Feebas is most know for its beautiful evolution, Milotic. Sadly, you can only find this Pokémon in very scarce areas. If you want that Milotic, you’re gonna have to work for it.
In Ruby, Sapphire and Emerald:
Feebas are elusive along Route 119. Instead of being found in any fishing location as would be customary with most Pokémon, Feebas are located in only six random water blocks along the route. Adding to the difficulty, other Pokémon besides Feebas will still appear in the Feebas blocks as well. There is no known easy method to determine which blocks contain Feebas: the only way is fish repeatedly into each and every water block on the route, doing so enough times to be reasonably confident that no Feebas are in that block (or else just risk missing a block). Any rod can find Feebas. Once hooked, a Feebas is an easy catch, and they can be fished from the same tile many times.
The tiles appear to change location arbitrarily whenever the trendy phrase in Dewford Town changes.
In Diamond, Pearl and Platinum:
Feebas is an elusive find in Mt. Coronet, similar to that of Hoenn Route 119. Instead of fishing in any location as customary with most Pokémon, Feebas is located in only four water blocks within the foggy underground lake leading to Route 216. There is no easy method to determine which block contains Feebas, as the only way is to drop a line into each and every water block in the lake. Finding Feebas here, compared to its Hoenn counterpart, is slightly harder as Feebas is not guaranteed to take the bait even if the right water block is found (due to Magikarp and Barboach, or Gyarados and Whiscash). Also, it must be noted that the locations of the four blocks changes every day (unlike Hoenn, where they change with the Trendy Phrase). Once hooked, however, Feebas is an easy catch.
In Black, White, Black 2 and White 2:
In Route 1, there is a small chance when you fish anywhere in the route a Feebas will appear.
So since Feebas is so rare, it must be powerful, right? Nope. Feebas is not very beneficial to your team, however he can learn a couple moves that keep him/her from being absolutely terrible. Have fun with your fish, I guess.
What you need:
What you need to do:
- Download and install the above, I’d recommend downloading both emulators as you never know when you’ll wanna play Pokémon Diamond or Black 2.
- Go onto Coolrom.com and search for the game you want, make sure to download it!
- Move the files into your area of choice, preferably your desktop.
- Use WinRAR to open the game zip and drag the file onto your desktop.
- Open the emulator you need for your ROM.
- Open the game file.
- Configure the controls to your liking. (optional)
And now you can enjoy your Pokémon game on your computer! Feel free to leave a comment if you have a question!