You start off with 12 items but there are more to unlock, trying to work out how
Not only does feeding the Miltank at Moo Moo Farm enough Oran Berries enable you to buy Moo Moo Milk and get a TM (like in GSC), you can also get a Seal Case from the girls by it after doing so, along with a few seals.
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I do feel the need to reiterate that Version Exclusives are being done...however, due to the whole nature and function of the Safari Zone, it sems many would-be exclusives are not in fact exclusive to either version
We have a lot of testing to do before we have an accurate list...the only Pokémon you can be sure of are Groudon & Kyogre
I dunno if this had been mentioned yet or if this had been posted at other threads. I don't really read the threads but I'm pretty sure some of you already know this. But for the sake of discovery, here it is...
Unlike the originals, the following Pokémon can be encountered at all times in their respective places WITHOUT TRIGGERING THE SWARM. Each of them has an encounter rate of 1%. Meaning, they're right there in the first place. Professor Oak's Pokémon Talk will just increase their chances of appearing, thus increasing their encounter rate. Of course, this is only limited to Johto & Kanto Pokémon.
Dark Cave: Dunsparce
Route 32: Qwilfish (Good Rod)
Route 35: Yanma
Route 38: Snubbull
Mt. Mortar: Marill
Route 44: Remoraid* (Good Rod)
Route 13: Chansey**
*Well, Remoraid can also be caught at Route 44 using Super Rod, though this time having an encounter rate of 4%.
**Based on game data, there are 2 other routes in Kanto where Chansey appears at 1%, I just have no idea where else.
Everything mentioned above is based on game data.
It's interesting to note that from the looks of things, some Hoenn & Sinnoh Headbutt Pokéon, particularly in Johto, can only be found on trees up a Rock Climb area
Spent all afternoon doing it, but the Pokédex has the locations for the Pokémon up (Detailled too)
It does not yet have Headbutt, Bug Catching Contest or Safari Zone Pokémon but hopefully that will change soon
Well, since we have no official list yet, here's the Pokémon I found during the Bug-Catching Contest (Post-E4, Saturday):
Well, that's all I've found. Do note that this list is not complete. Let's just wait for Serebii's.