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Pokemon X and Y Tips: How To Find Pokemon On A Friend Safari

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You will be able to discover interesting things to do while you explore Kiloude City, one of the most popular destinations in Pokemon X & Y. Let us talk about Friend Safari, where you will have some opportunities to get a Pokemon you would otherwise have to trade to other Pokemon players to obtain or transfer from previous games.

You must select from registered Pokemon players on your friends list to go on a Friend Safari in Pokemon X and Y. Also, for each friend code that you register, you will be able to unlock a different friend Safari. Meaning, the more Safaris you access, the more Pokemon you will be able to capture.

Head outside and explore the tall grass to catch a Pokemon during a Friend Safari. The Pokemon you?ll discover will be corresponding to the Safari type you have chosen. For example, choosing to go on an Ice Safari means discovering Sneasel, Cloyster and Delibrid and you will be capturing Magmar, Charmeleon and Larvesta in a Fire Safari.


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Any captured Pokemon during a Safari may posses secret abilities.?You will normally find two Pokemon on a Safari, but if you have entered the Hall of Fame, you?ll have a chance to get three.?Once done, go to the Judge in Kiloude City and talk to him to reveal their potential.

Below is a complete list of Pokemon, by Safari type, that you can catch. However, Pokemons with a # before their names are the ones you will only get via trades or from a Pokemon Professor.
NORMAL TYPE
Aipom, Audino, Chansey, Ditto, Dunsparce, Eevee, Kecleon, Lillipup, Loudred, Minccino, Smeargle and Teddiursa.

FIRE TYPE
#Braixen, #Charmeleon, Fletchinder, Growlithe, Larvesta, Magmar, Ninetales, Pansear, Ponyta, Pyroar and Slugma.

WATER TYPE
Azumarill, Bibarel, Floatzel, #Frogadier, Gyrados, Krabby, Octillery, Panpour, Poliwhirl, Quagsire and #Wartortle.

GRASS TYPE
Gogoat, #Ivysaur, Maractus, Oddish, Pansage, Petilil, #Quilladin, Sawsbuck, Sunkern, Swadloon and Tangela.

ELECTRIC TYPE
Dedenne, Electabuzz, Electrode, Emolga, Galvantula, Helioptile, Luxio, Manectric, Pachirisu, Pikachu, Stunfisk and Zebstrika.

ICE TYPE
Beartic, Bergmite, Cloyster, Delibird, Dewgong, Lapras, Piloswine, Sneasel, Snorunt, Snover and Spheal.

FIGHTING TYPE
Breloom, Hariyama, Machoke, Mankey, Meditite, Mienfoo, Pancham, Riolu, Sawk, Throh and Tyrogue.

POISON TYPE
Ariados, Cascoon, Drapion, Garbodor, Gloom, Kakuna, Muk, Seviper, Swalot, Toxicroak, Venomoth and Whirlipede.

GROUND TYPE
Camerupt, Diggersby, Dugtrio, Gastrodon, Marowak, Nincada, Palpitoad, Phanpy, Sandshrew, Trapinch and Wooper.

FLYING TYPE
Doduo, Farfetch’d, Fletchinder, Hawlucha, Hoothoot, Pidgey, Rufflet, Spearow, Swanna, Tranquill, Tropius and Woobat.

PSYCHIC TYPE
Abra, Drowzee, Duosion, Espurr, Girafarig, Gothorita, Grumpig, Munna, Sigilyph, Wobuffet and Xatu.

BUG TYPE
Beautifly, Butterfree, Combee, Heracross, Illumise, Ledyba, Masquerain, Paras, Pinsir, Venomoth, Vivillon and Volbeat.

ROCK TYPE
Barbaracle, Boldore, Corsola, Dwebble, Magcargo, Nosepass, Onix, Pupitar, Rhydon and Shuckle.

GHOST TYPE
Drifblim, Dusclops, Golurk, Lampent, Phantump, Pumpkaboo, Shuppet and Spiritomb.

DRAGON TYPE
Dragonair, Druddigon, Fraxure, Gabite, Noibat, Shelgon and Sliggoo.

DARK TYPE
Absol, Cacturne, Crawdaunt, Inkay, Liepard, Mightyena, Nuzleaf, Pawniard, Sableye, Sandile, Sneasel and Vullaby.

STEEL TYPE
Bronzong, Excadrill, Ferroseed, Forretress, Klang, Klefki, Magneton, Mawile, Metang and Skarmony.

FAIRY TYPE
Clefairy, Dedenne, Floette, Jigglypuff, Kirlia, Mawile, Snubbull, Spritzee, Swirlix and Togepi.


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