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Feebas is Harder to Get Than Tauros!


Hi Everyone!

It’s been so long since I’ve posted, I’m so sorry. I know my posting times are inconsistent, but bear with me.

Have you ever heard of the Pokemon Feebas? I sure wish I hadn’t. Feebas is the hardest weak water-type Pokemon to catch!

InĀ  the original game it appeared in, Pokemon Ruby Sapphire and Emerald, there is a guy on Duford Island who uses trendy phrases. You can change the trendy phrases he says, but his current phrase determines where Feebas will be on Route 119.

You can catch Feebas by fishing on only six tiles of that route, which has an estimated 100 tiles made of water. That’s only six out of 100 tiles where you can find Feebas!! Once you catch a Feebas, don’t change the strange guy’s trendy phrases anymore so that he can always tell you where to look.

In Diamond Pearl and Platinum, on Mount Cornet B1F you can fish for Feebas on the water there too. I recommend you use defog for this, which is a Pokemon HM move. Four water tiles of the estimated 30 tiles in that area may have Feebas. You need to fish with a Super Rod. I recommend you fish 3 times on each tile. I found mine on the fourth one I tried, but your experience might be different. It might take ten minutes or ten hours, it just depends on how lucky you are. The tiles reset every time your system clock reaches midnight, so you only have a day to catch as many as you can. Try to make sure to catch a female so you can breed more of them in the future.

Players of Pokemon Black and White 2 have things a bit easier, and by a bit I mean a lot! Simply put, fish on Route 1 and be sure to use a Super Rod. It is recommended you fish on rippling tiles, but all tiles may have them. That’s it!

Players of Pokemon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire have it even easier. Use the Super Rod and fish under the bridge on Route 119 at night time and you will almost always catch a Feebas.

Players of Pokemon X and Y have it the hardest. You cannot catch Feebas at all in X and Y, you have to transfer it using PokeBank, which by the way costs real money.

Anyways, that’s all the ways to catch Feebas in all the games it has appeared in! Have a great day and keep on catching!!!!!