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Here you can find information regarding Pokemon Rumble; Pokemon Rumble is an action based Pokemon game on the Wii, obtainable through WiiWare for 1500 Wii Points. The game, in my opinion, is very fun and interesting.
Pokemon Rumble!
Guide and Walkthrough.

-When you start the game you'll be shown a Rattata, but as the game explains, it is only a toy so it can't level up or evolve. Afterwards, the Rattata notices a gap in the door to a building called the Battle Royale Arena.(It also says that the Rattata is too weak to fight.)
-After you enter the Battle Royale through the Green Trampoline the Battle will begin in a few seconds.

Battle Royale 1(C Rank): Strength Level: 100+, Reward: 500P
Boss Pokemon: Vaporeon, Jolteon, and Flareon
-In this round of the Battle Royale it is extremely difficult to get to the Bosses because all of the pokemon there are 80+ your Strength Lvl. Losing this Royale will close the doors until you have a Pokemon with a Lvl. of 100+.

C Rank Terminal(Before First Level): One stage: Silent Forest.
-After you lose(Most Likely) a Trampoline will drop on a platform to your left, this Trampoline will take you to the Silent Forest.
-No other trampolines are available at the moment.

C Rank Silent Forest(Normal):
Pokemon: Bulbasaur, Caterpie, Metapod, Butterfree(Rare), Pikachu, Jigglypuff, Wigglytuff(Rare), Paras, Parasect(Rare)
Boss Pokemon: Ivysaur
-Here there will be a short tutorial about the game mechanics, i.e. attacking, befriending etc.
-The first pokemon you befriend should be either a Caterpie or a Pikachu(Most likely Pikachu), Pikachu will have Thundershock and Caterpie will have Tackle.
-You're going to want to fight every Pokemon you see for extra P(Currency) or more befriended pokemon.
--Pokemon can only be befriended after landing a critical hit(Focus Energy is a valuable move later).
-After fending through the waves of Pokemon you'll be met by a Boss Pokemon, Boss Pokemon are much larger, stronger, and in most cases, faster than all of the other Pokemon in the level.
-The Ivysaur in this area commands a good amount of Bulbasaur(This is a good chance to befriended a few.).
-Boss Pokemon actually have more moves than you can have, every Boss Pokemon has an Earthquake-like attack, a Rushing attack, a Protect Mode, and there own attack, Ivysaur uses Poisonpowder, Boss Pokemon also have to charge there attacks longer though(While the Boss Pokemon is charging it's Protect Mode it's vulnerable to effects like Flinching, Critical Hits, Sleeping, Paralysis and other effects. It will also close it's eyes when charging it so you know it will do it).
-The Ivysaur will automatically be befriended at Power Lvl.72(I always call it Lvl), but it's the only Boss Pokemon that does this, all other Bosses will have to be attacked by a Critical hit.
-When you defeat a Boss you'll be awarded with a large amount of P.

The Terminal:
-After Beating the Silent Forest, five other trampolines will drop; they all lead to the Windy Prairie(Top Right), Rocky Cave(Middle Left), Fiery Furnace(Middle Right), Bright Beach(Bottom Left), the Eternal Tower(Bottom Right).
-Also, seven small kiosks will drop below the trampolines; The Red Kiosk is Random/Ticket Pokemon Recruit, the Blue Kiosk is Release Pokemon, the next one is Attack Tutor roulette, next is the Wii Remote Transfer, next is Multiplayer mode, next is your Collection; or Pokedex, and the last one is your Data and Information of what you've done so far.

In-Depth; Kiosks:
Red: Here you can purchase any random Pokemon you've encountered so far, Recruit using a ticket(see Blue Kiosk), or you can recruit using Passwords.
Blue: Here you can release any Pokemon you've befriended; Releasing five of one Pokemon will give you a ticket for the evolution of that Pokemon, if the five released Pokemon were the Final Evolution of a pokemon you'll recieve a ticket for it's most basic form, sadly, releasing five Eevees will not result in any Eeveelutions nor will releasing five of any Eeveelution result in a ticket for Eevee. Some Pokemon can only be obtained through tickets(These Pokemon will be posted later).
Attack Tutor Roulette: Here you can teach any of your Pokemon any move that it can possibly learn, at random, and at a price.
Wii Remote Transfer: Here you can transfer Pokemon from your Wii into your Wii Remote, used to trade.
Multiplayer Mode: Here you can set up Multiplayer mode with up to 3 other players.
Collection/Pokedex: Shows a catalog of the Pokemon you have and seen so far.
Data and Information: Here you can see all of the information and data you've made through the game.

C Rank Windy Prairie(Normal):
Pokemon: Rattata, Raticate, Spearow, Fearow, Meowth, Farfetch'd, Doduo, Dodrio, Lickitung
Boss Pokemon: Persian
-While you here the Pokemon that would be best to go after would be; Raticate with Quick Attack or a Meowth or Persian as they tend to have Fake Out.
-In this game Fake Out can be used Infinitely and will always make the enemy flinch.
-Other good pokemon would be Dodrio and Lickitung as they can take a good hit and hit back hard.

C Rank Rocky Cave(Normal):
Pokemon: Ekans, Clefairy, Clefable, Machop, Machoke, Geodude, Graveler, Rhyhorn
Boss Pokemon: Arbok
-The only Pokemon who would do great in the long run are Machoke, Graveler, and Arbok.
-Machoke tend to have strong moves like Revenge, Revenge takes a while to charge so that Pokemon can hit you, doubling the damage.
-Graveler are more versatile than Machoke, as they can learn powerful moves moves like Rollout, and Rock Slide.
--Rollout is recommended for it's ability to attack in a wide range while doing huge damage for every hit.
-Arbok are harder to obtain but worth it as it can learn all of the fang moves(Poison Fang, Thunder Fang, Ice Fang, and Fire Fang).
--The fang moves also have a higher rate of added effects than most moves, they tend to make the enemy flinch more often though.

C Rank Fiery Furnace(Normal):
Pokemon: Charmander, Vulpix, Ninetales, Magnemite, Magneton, Mankey, Primeape, Eevee
Boss Pokemon: Charmeleon
-The stronger Pokemon in this area are hard to obtain but well worth the wait.
-Vulpix and Ninetales are recommended for their ability to learn Will-o-wisp this early.
-Magneton are powerful, their ability to learn Magnet Bomb lets them pick off enemy from a long range.
-Primeape are also good as they can learn High Critical Hit moves such as Karate Chop.

C Rank Bright Beach(Normal):
Pokemon: Squirtle, Poliwag, Poliwhirl, Tentacool, Tentacruel, Shellder, Magikarp, Eevee
Boss Pokemon: Wartortle
-Poliwhirl are only good to befriend because befriending five of them then releasing them will get you an early Poliwrath.
-Tentacruel are valuable because they can learn Toxic Spikes which is useful on any Pokemon(Steel and Poison Pokemon are able to be Poisoned).
-Shellder are useful because they can learn Clamp and can be released for an early Cloyster.

C Rank Eternal Tower(Normal):
Pokemon: Nidoran(Male and Female), Nidorina, Nidorino, Drowzee, Hypno, Cubone, Eevee
Boss Pokemon: Marowak
-Nidorina and Nidorino are only useful for getting early Nidqueen and Nidoking.
-Marowak is the only completely useful Pokemon in the C Rank Eternal Tower, it has huge power with powerful attacks like Bone Club and Bonemerang.

C Rank Battle Royale: Lvl. 100+ Reward 500P
Boss Pokemon: Vaporeon, Jolteon, Flareon
-You should lead off with a powerful Pokemon like Graveler or Marowak at first to get rid of the small Pokemon.
((Reminder: You cannot switch your Pokemon once you choose it in the Battle Royale so be careful with what you choose.))
-Marowak and Graveler should be able to fight through all of the Pokemon until the Bosses show up, if they fall though switch into Ninetales or Tentacruel to get some Burn or Poison damage on them.
-If they don't work out use Arbok or Nidoking/Nidoqueen to launch rapid succesive attacks like Poison Fang or Double Kick.
-If you do manage to defeat the Bosses a huge P coin will drop down will be worth 500P.

The Terminal:
-After you defeat the Battle Royale, a trampoline will drop that leads to the B Rank area.
-In B Rank there are higher lvl. Pokemon, releasing Pokemon will give more P, defeated Pokemon give more P, but purchasing Pokemon costs more P.
-Battle Royale strength Lvl. 200+ Reward: 1500P

B Rank Silent Forest(Normal):
Pokemon: Weedle, Kakuna, Pikachu, Wigglytuff, Parasect, Venonat, Venomoth
Boss Pokemon: Raichu
-This run through the Silent Forest should be particularly easy, use your Ninetales(if it has any Fire Attacks other than Will-o-Wisp) to sweep through all of the small Pokemon.
-You're going to want to grab five Kakuna because Beedrill aren't available to befriend until A Rank.
-Venomoth would make a good addition to your team as it can learn Poisonpowder and Psybeam early.
-The battle with Raichu will pass by easily if you switch to your Marowak and bombard it with Bone Club.

B Rank Windy Prairie(Normal):
Pokemon: Pidgey, Pidgeotto, Bellsprout, Weepinbell, Farfetch'd, Exeggcute, Exeggutor, Lickitung
Boss Pokemon: Pidgeot
-You should be able to sweep through this stage if you use Ninetales and Graveler.
-Victreebel(5x Weepinbell) is useful but not necessary.
-Exeggutor is ideal for your team because it is bulky and powerful, uses Egge Bomb.
-Pidgeot can be taken out just by using Graveler

B Rank Rocky Cave(Normal):
Pokemon: Sandshrew, Sandslash, Zubat, Golbat, Diglett, Dugtrio, Onix
Boss Pokemon: Rhydon
-This level should be easy if Tentacruel knows any Water Attack.
-Sandslash, Dugtrio, and Rhydon are very useful, they can easily replace Marowak.
-Rhydon is a more destructive Boss, it's Rock Blast can do huge damage quickly so get away whenever it's charging, use Tentacruel.

B Rank Fiery Furnace(Normal):
Pokemon: Growlithe, Arcanine, Ponyta, Rapidash, Voltorb, Electrode, Hitmonlee, Hitmonchan
Boss Pokemon: Magmar
-This level is easy if you're using any Ground Types.
-Arcanine is recommended as can deal huge damage fast.
-Hitmonlee and Hitmonchan can replace Primeape.
-Electrode can replace Magneton.
-Magmar's attack have a lot of power behind them so use a bulky Pokemon like Tentacruel or Rhydon.

B Rank Bright Beach(Normal):
Pokemon: Krabby, Horsea, Seadra, Goldeen, Seaking, Psyduck, Golduck
Boss Pokemon: Jynx
-This level is easy if you're using Electrode or Exeggutor(If he has a Grass Attack).
-Seaking and Jynx are the only valuable Pokemon here.
-Jynx can be taken out by Rhydon or Magmar/Arcanine.

B Rank Eternal Tower(Normal):
Pokemon: Abra, Kadabra, Gastly, Haunter, Koffing, Weezing, Mr.Mime
Boss Pokemon: Electabuzz
-Any of your Ground Types can get through this area quickly.
-Aim for Kadabra and Haunter for Alakazam and Gengar.
-Weezing is a good Poison Type and can replace Tentacruel.

B Rank Battle Royale: Level: 200+, Reward:1500P
Boss Pokemon: Golem. Alakazam. Gengar. Machamp
((Reminder: You cannot switch your Pokemon once you choose it in the Battle Royale so be careful with what you choose.))
-A good Pokemon to lead off with would be Rhydon as it can sweep through all of the small Pokemon.
-Golem is tough, If Rhydon doesn't have a Ground attack just go with it's fastest attack to stop Golem from attacking.
-Alakazam has pitiful defense but it's offense is amazing, Rhydon should be able to take out Alakazam as long as it doesn't get hit by it.
-Gengar should be to much of a problem, but if Rhydon falls try going with Venomoth, Psybeam can do large portions of damage to Gengar until it's taken down.
-Machamp is bulky and strong, but with Venomoth you resist any attack it can launch at you, just use Psybeam to defeat it.

The Terminal:
-After beating the B Rank Battle Royale another trampoline will drop, this one leads to the A Rank terminal.
-Battle Royale Strength Lvl. 400+ Reward:3000P

A Rank Silent Forest(Normal):
Pokemon: Bulbasaur, Ivysaur, Kakuna, Beedrill, Oddish, Gloom, Vileplume, Scyther, Pinsir
Boss Pokemon: Venusaur
-This is where level get harder.
-First lead Arcanine, you'll need a strong Fire type.
-Remember what I said earlier, Beedrill are available now, they are great long-range Pokemon as they can learn both Twineedle and Pinmissle.
-Vileplume are good, bulky, Grass types, they can take a hit and take it back with Giga Drain.
-Scyther and Pinsir are great Close-range Bug type Pokemon.
-Venusaur may be a challenge but keep your cool and onslaught it with fierce Fire attacks.

A Rank Windy Prairie(Normal):
Pokemon: Pidgeot, Raticate, Meowth, Persian, Weepinbell, Victreebel, Tangela, Tauros, Dratini, Dragonair
Boss Pokemon: Aerodactyl
-This is where Hitmonchan comes in(or Arcanine).
-Pidgeot and Victreebel are now available in the wild, useful Pokemon.
-Tauros is a great close-range Normal type Pokemon.
-Dratini are rare and not worth your time, don't aim for them.
-Dragonair, on the other hand, is very useful for it being able to STAB Dragonbreath and Dragon Pulse, but they are extremely rare.
-Aerodactyl is a tough Boss Pokemon it's attacks pack a punch, deal with it quickly with Rhydon or Venusaur.

A Rank Rocky Cave(Normal):
Pokemon: Clefable, Machoke, Machamp, Graveler, Golem, Slowpoke, Slowbro, Kangaskhan, Ditto, Kabuto
Boss Pokemon: Lapras
-Venusaur is perfect here, but could have a problem with Lapras.
-Aim for Machoke and Machamp as they have a huge advantage over Lapras.
-Golem are great for clearing a crowd of enemies with Earthquake or Rollout.
-Slowbro is useful for a bulky Water/Psychic Pokemon.
-Grab a Kangaskan for later, Shaymin release ticket.
-Ditto and Kabuto are not worth how rare they are.
--Fun Fact: Ditto can't learn anything, not even Transform, the only move it can use for the entire game is Struggle.
-Be prepared for a long battle with Lapras, it high Hp is it's greatest armor, deal heavy damage with Machoke and Machamp.

A Rank Fiery Furnace(Normal):
Pokemon: Charmander, Charmeleon, Ninetales, Primeape, Magneton, Hitmonlee, Hitmonchan, Magmar
Boss Pokemon: Charizard
-Golem can press through this level with ease.
-Remember Ninetales, Primeape, and Magneton, well now you can redeem them at a higher level.
-The Hitmons are powerful, but rare.
-Charizard will be destroyed by Golem.

A Rank Bright Beach(Normal):
Pokemon: Squirtle, Wartortle, Poliwhirl, Poliwrath, Seel, Dewgong, Cloyster, Kingler, Jynx, Staryu, Starmie, Omanyte, Omastar
Boss Pokemon: Blastoise
-Venusaur is great here.
-Dewgong is a good Ice type Pokemon to have, along with Cloyster.
-Kingler is a Water type power house, useful on all maps.
-Starmie is valuable for it's ability to learn Thunder Wave which can paralyze mulitple enemies.
-Blastoise can be taken care of by Venusaur.

A Rank Eternal Tower(Normal):
Pokemon: Nidorina, Nidoqueen, Nidorino, Nidoking, Kadabra, Alakazam, Grimer, Muk, Haunter, Electabuzz, Porygon
Boss Pokemon: Gengar
-Not much Pokemon are great here.
-Nidoqueen and Nidoking are now available, useful.
-Alakazam is very valuable against Gengar, grab one with Psychic or Psycho Cut.
-Muk is a bulky, strong Poison type.

A Rank Battle Royale. Level: 400+. Reward: 3000P
Boss Pokemon: Venusaur, Charizard, Blastoise
((Reminder: You cannot switch your Pokemon once you choose it in the Battle Royale so be careful with what you choose.))
-Lead off with Dewgong or Lapras after taking out the other Pokemon Venusaur, Charizard, and Blastoise will appear at the same time.
-From there, Dewgong or Lapras should use Ice Beam or Blizzard to take out Venusaur.
-Surf or some other Water type attack can be used to take out Charizard.
-Blastoise will be a problem, if Blastoise beats your first Pokemon, send out Venusaur to finish the job.

The Terminal: 
-When you beat the A Rank Battle Royale a trampoline will drop, this trampoline leads to the S Rank Terminal, the final terminal of Kanto(Normal).
-Strength lvl. 600+, Reward:5000P
-This rank may be difficult.

S Rank Silent Forest(Normal):
Pokemon: Venusaur, Butterfree, Beedrill, Pikachu, Raichu, Vileplume, Venomoth, Chansey, Scyther, Pinsir, Ditto
Boss Pokemon: Snorlax
-This Silent Forest might be difficult, switch between Charizard and Golem.
-Grab a new Venusaur or Vileplume while your here, you'll need a strong Grass type.
-Venomoth and Scyther/Pinsir make great Bug types here, as Venomoth can now have Bug Buzz and Scyther/Pinsir can have X-Scissor.
-Chansey is incredibly bulky, sporting the highest Hp in the game it Hp can easily go over 700, later, in Sinnoh(Advanced), they can range from over 900 to 1400.
-Snorlax's Hp and Defense can have this fight last a long time, but keep your cool and attack with Machamp.

S Rank Windy Prairie(Normal):
Pokemon: Pidgeot, Fearow, Victreebel, Dodrio, Exeggutor, Tangela, Tauros, Ditto, Aerodactyl, Dratini, Dragonair
Boss Pokemon: Dragonite
-This level can be a problem if you're not prepared for a fight, Lapras should do well here.
-Here there are mostly Pokemon you've seen before, nothing really special except for Dragonite and Aerodactyl.
-Ok, so you get in the room with Dragonite and you're wondering, 'Oh, it's Dragonite, I should be able to get some Dragonair'. But no, there are no Dragonair, just more Aerodactyl, AERODACTYL! This fight should be easy as long as you stay with Lapras.

S Rank Rocky Cave(Normal):
Pokemon: Arbok, Sandslash, Golbat, Dugtrio, Machamp, Graveler, Golem, Onix, Rhydon, Kangaskhan, Lapras, Kabutops
Boss Pokemon: Articuno
-Stay with Venusaur and Golem and you should be fine.
-Take this chance to grab a new Rhydon, Machamp, and Lapras.
-Articuno can be beaten easily by Rhydon/Golem.

S Rank Fiery Furnace(Normal):
Pokemon: Charizard, Arcanine, Rapidash, Electrode, Ditto, Eevee, Flareon
Boss Pokemon: Moltres
-Rhydon can sweep through this level.
-Try to pick up a Charizard with Air Slash, it's a very useful fast attack.
-Electrode will be helpful later.
-Try to grab a Flareon, they may be rare but you'll need one to make Darkrai.
-Rhydon can take out Moltres.

S Rank Bright Beach(Normal):
Pokemon: Blastoise, Golduck, Poliwrath, Tentacruel, Dewgong, Seadra, Seaking, Starmie, Magikarp, Eevee, Vaporeon, Omastar
Boss Pokemon: Gyarados
-Venusaur and Electrode will do well here.
-Grab a Blastoise, preferably on with Aqua Tail.
-Starmie, Tentacruel, and, if you're willing to wait, Vaporeon are very valuable.
-Gyarados shouldn't be to hard if you use Electrode, but watch out for it's attacks, there's a lot of power behind them.

S Rank Eternal Tower(Normal):
Pokemon: Nidoqueen, Nidoking, Alakazam, Gengar, Marowak, Mr.Mime, Ditto, Eevee, Jolteon
Boss Pokemon: Zapdos
-It's a bit more difficult when there's no centered strategy. Hold Rhydon until the end.
-Nidoqueen and Nidoking are back and more powerful then ever before.
-Alakazam and Gengar will do great later, grab a rare Jolteon too.
-Zapdos is tough, use Rhydon to crush it's Hp.

S Rank Battle Royale. Lvl. 600+. Reward. 5000P
Boss Pokemon: Zapdos, Articuno, Moltres, [{{{Mewtwo}}}]
((Reminder: You cannot switch your Pokemon once you choose it in the Battle Royale so be careful with what you choose.))
-Lead off with Golem first, not Rhydon you'll need him later, have Golem fight the smaller Pokemon until he loses, if he loses before Zapdos, Articuno, and Moltres show up send out something like Alakazam or Gengar, if he falls during or after they fall send out Rhydon.
-Zapdos, Articuno, and Moltres tend to attack each other so let them be until they head towards you, but don't wait too long, because Mewtwo can show up while the birds are still there.
-Mewtwo's attacks are extremely powerful with incredibly far range, it's safer to stay near Mewtwo and attack him non-stop because Mewtwo is almost three times the average Pokemon speed in this game and it would be smart to run away.
-Keep at the constant attacks until Mewtwo falls. Note: He has a huge amount of Hp so you'll be at it for awhile.

After defeating the S Rank Battle Royale you will not be brought back to the S Rank Terminal, instead it'll cut straight to the credits.
-When the credits are over you'll be shown a screen that shows multiple 4th Gen. Pokemon.

The Terminal(Advanced):
-When you get to the Advanced C Rank Terminal you'll be given your original wonder key so the lvl limit is back.
((Level Limit: There are four kinds of Wonder Keys, each has there own limit for purchasable Pokemon, while this Wonder Key is active purchased Pokemon cannot go over the limit, they will instead be 1 less than the limit. When you obtain the next Wonder Key the Pokemon will either go to it's original Lvl, or it will go to the next limit.))
-Battle Royale Strength Level. 1000+. Reward. 8000P

C Rank Silent Forest(Advanced):
Pokemon: Pikachu, Raichu, Chansey, Turtwig, Burmy, Wormadam, Budew, Roserade, Happiny
Boss Pokemon: Grotle
-The Pokemon here shouldn't be too tough, except Chansey, Chansey is very Durable.
-Roserade and Chansey are good, Roserade can use Sludge Bomb and Petal Dance to take care of crowds of enemies.
-Grotle can be taken out easily by Moltres or Articuno.
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Password Pokemon(US)
Venusaur 1589-3955
Cherrim 7540-5667
Eevee 0511-0403
Blastoise 9580-1423
Mew 9561-8808
Charizard 7968-4528
Turwig 8672-1076
Shiny Rattata 9849-3731
Giratina 8322-3706
Shaymin 5468-6284
Shiny Bidoof 5575-2435
Charmander 7927-6161
Squirtle 6824-2045
Chimchar 8109-8384
Piplup 9900-2455

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Eevee 5631-9548
Shaymin 6838-5121
Bulbasaur 6921-0136
Charmander 5982-9039
Squirtle 1250-2002
Shiny Rattata 0215-3612
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Wonder Keys

Brawny: "It has higher HP."
Feisty: "Its moves sweep foes to a further distance."
Gutsy: "It has a very high critical-hit rate."
Hardy: "It has higher Defense."
Healthy: "It restores HP slowly."
Lucky: "Foe drops more (P)".
Mighty: "It does not get swept away much."
Perky: "It recovers quickly from a Status Change."
Punchy: "It has higher attack."
Rally: "Other players' Pokémon get stronger during Multiplayer mode."
Scrappy: "It has a higher critical-hit rate."
Snappy: "It can use its moves quickly."
Speedy: "It can move around fast."
Steady: "It is not affected by any Status Changes."
Techie: "Moves with fewer ☆s become stronger"
Bug Guard: "Bug-type moves do not damage it very much."
Dark Guard: "Dark-type moves do not damage it very much."
Dragon Guard: "Dragon-type moves do not damage it very much."
Electric Guard: "Electric-type moves do not damage it very much."
Fighting Guard: "Fighting-type moves do not damage it very much."
Fire Guard: "Fire-type moves do not damage it very much."
Flying Guard: "Flying-type moves do not damage it very much."
Ghost Guard: "Ghost-type moves do not damage it very much."
Grass Guard: "Grass-type moves do not damage it very much."
Ground Guard: "Ground-type moves do not damage it very much."
Ice Guard: "Ice-type moves do not damage it very much."
Normal Guard: "Normal-type moves do not damage it very much."
Poison Guard: "Poison-type moves do not damage it very much."
Psychic Guard: "Psychic-type moves do not damage it very much."
Rock Guard: "Rock-type moves do not damage it very much."
Steel Guard: "Steel-type moves do not damage it very much."
Water Guard: "Water-type moves do not damage it very much."

-Data on abilities by: Bulbapedia.

Wonder Keys
C Rank Normal: 100
B Rank Normal: 200
A Rank Normal: 400
S Rank Normal: 600
C Rank Advanced: 1000
B Rank Advanced: 1200
A Rank Advanced: 1500
S Rank Advanced: 1800
EX Wonder Key: Unlimited
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