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    SEGA GameGear: Disassembly

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  3. UNICODE CHARACTERS FOR POKEMON GO Below you will find the commonly used Unicode characters for renaming your Pokemon in Pokemon Go.... Alternatively you can use Calcy IV on Android or PokeRater on IOS which both will automaticly check and put the Unicode in for you. WHITE CIRCLE NUMBERS: ⓪ ① ② ③ ④ ⑤ ⑥ ⑦ ⑧ ⑨ ⑩ ⑪ ⑫ ⑬ ⑭ ⑮ ⑯ ⑰ ⑱ ⑲ ⑳ ㉑ ㉒ ㉓ ㉔ ㉕ ㉖ ㉗㉘ ㉙ ㉚ ㉛ ㉜ ㉝ ㉞ ㉟ ㊱ ㊲ ㊳ ㊴ ㊵ ㊶ ㊷ ㊸ ㊹ ㊺ ㊻ ㊼ ㊽ ㊾ ㊿ BLACK CIRCLE NUMBERS: ⓿ ❶ ❷ ❸ ❹ ❺ ❻ ❼ ❽ ❾ ❿ ⓫ ⓬ ⓭ ⓮ ⓯ ⓰ ⓱ ⓲ ⓳ ⓴ TYPE: Bug – ⁂ Dark – ☽ Dragon – ⛩ Electric – ☇ Fairy – ❤ Fighting – Fire – ♨ Flying – ✈ Ghost – ⚰ Grass – ☘ Ground – ⛰ Ice – ❄ Normal – ✴ Poison – ☠ Psychic – ⚛ Rock – ◉ Steel – ⛓ Water – MISC: Legacy Move Set – ✝ (If you see anything incorrect or that you want added, feel free to comment below and the posting will be edited to reflect the corrections.)
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    Discord Exchange

    DISCORD EXCHANGE When inputting your Discord channel please put the Owner’s Name, City, State, & Country, and then a link to the Discord. Example is below: OWNER – O₲In₴₸inc₸ LOCATION – Savannah, Georgia, US LINK – Savannah & Coastal GA PokeGO
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    General Pokemon Go Guides

    GENERAL POKEMON GO GUIDES Below you will find snapshots from multiple sites that I will try to keep up to date with current charts: Credits for this page goes to: RankedBoost, LeekDuck, Chrales, along with O₲In₴₸inc₸ and the Savannah & Coastal GA PokeGO Discord. (If you see anything incorrect or that you want added, feel free to comment below and the posting will be edited to reflect the changes.)
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    Pokemon Go Search Terms

    POKEMON GO SEARCH TERMS EVOLVE – Show any Pokemon for which you have enough candies (and, if necessary, special items) to evolve. DEFENDER – Shows any Pokemon currently defending a gym. ALOLA – Shows any Alolan Pokemon. SHINY – Shows any Shiny Pokemon. MYTHICAL – Shows any Mythical Pokemon. LEGENDARY – Shows any Legendary Pokemon. SPECIES NAME (e.g. “dratini”) – Shows any Dratini you have. NICKNAME (e.g. “Starter”) – Shows Pokemon you have given that nickname. TRADED – Shows all Pokemon received from a trade. LUCKY – Shows all Lucky Pokemon. RELATED POKEMON (e.g. “+dratini”) – Shows any Pokemon that are in the same evolutionary lines and includes nicknamed Pokemon. (e.g. “+dratini” will show any Dratini, Dragonair, AND Dragonite you have. POKEDEX ENTRY (e.g. “9”) – Shows Blastoise (Since its Dex ID is 9). This works with ranges too e.g. “2-9” will show PokeDex IDs 2-9, “-10” will show PokeDex entries 10 and below, and “100-“ will show PokeDex entries 100 and above. POKEMON TYPE (e.g. “water”) – Shows any Water-type Pokemon (single or dual type) MOVESET TYPE (e.g. “@ground”) – Shows any Pokemon with one or both ground attacks MOVESET BOOST (e.g. “@weather”) – Shows any Pokemon that have one or both moves boosted by the current weather MOVESET (e.g. “@crunch”) – Shows any Pokemon with the Crunch move CP (e.g. “cp300”) – Shows any Pokemon with 300 CP. Can also use “cp300-450” to show all Pokemon in that range. HP (e.g. “hp125”) – Shows any Pokemon with 125 max HP. Can also use “hp125-175” to show all Pokemon in that range. Additionally you can input the following to expand your to search criteria or narrow it: OR , ; : Any of the four above can be used to combine search terms to find Pokemon that meet either search terms AND & Either of the above can be used to combine search terms to find Pokemon that meet all search terms (If you see anything incorrect or that you want added, feel free to comment below and the posting will be edited to reflect the changes.)
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    XP, Stardust, & Candy Grinding

    WHAT IS GRINDING? Grinding is when you go out to gain a lot of experience, stardust, candy, or all three depending on what events are going on and you are aiming for. There are several ways to gain massive XP in a short period and one of the best is to do as many 5-star raids as you can with a lucky egg active during special raid events, netting 20,000 XP each. Since you would need a small group traveling with you and this requires a special raid event to be ongoing, this isn't the ideal guide for a solo player or during none raid events. One thing to note, unless there’s a special raid event active, you can't depend on getting more than 3 or 4 raids completed during a single Lucky Egg. The second-best bet for XP grinding is mass evolutions. You’ll need to find Pokemon nests, drop a lure if you have one, and catch any Pokémon as you can find until you can’t hold anymore. (Once you get to this point, you can turn on a Go+ and catch while you transfer anything you can’t evolve.) Once you have a full stock of Pokemon to evolve, pop a Lucky Egg and start evolving until the egg bonus drops. Repeat this until all the evolutions you can do are complete. Finally, the best solo XP grind comes in during double or triple XP events. You can do the above guides while racking up massive XP, especially if you save all the new PokeDex entries which normally net 500 XP each. I personally try keep my Pokemon storage bag down to a minimum number of keepers (special, top IV, or no evolving Pokemon) so all of my other space is used by Pokemon I can use during mass evolution. NOTE: A lot of people will say to use the Go+ or Gotchas while catching Pokemon at a nest but if you catch them by hand, you will get far more experience from throw bonuses than you would with either of those options. I will however, switch to a Go+ while transferring excess Pokemon or during mass evolution runs then turn it off once I finish. While walking a Pokemon Nest, you should also keep an eye on your eggs and try to hatch as many as you can. If you time it correctly, you can also have a Star Piece active and rack up a ton of Star Dust from eggs hatching. I hope this helps you all as much as it has helped me on my leveling journey. I know it’s a long read but it’s very worth the time out your day. Thank you all and best of luck to you. Credits for this guide goes to: HEvalntKnight, LordBob, along with O₲In₴₸inc₸ and the Savannah & Coastal GA PokeGO Discord. (If you see anything incorrect or that you want added, feel free to comment below and the posting will be edited to reflect the changes.)
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    General Category Guide

    If you want to see the above without all the QUOTES & general guides, they are listed below as they should appear on Discord. LEGEND: > Main category title area # Sub-category >Main #Welcome #Chat_Rules #Announcements #Pogo_News #Questions #Suggestions >Information #FAQ #Grinding_Guides #General_PoGo_Guides >Leaderboards #Leaderboard_Rules #XP_Leaderboard #XP_Submission #Shiny_Hunter_Leaderboard #Shiny_Submission #Legendary_Leaderboard #Legendary_Submission #Total_Catch_Leaderboards #Catch Submission >Discussion #Team_XXX #General_PoGo #Non_General_PoGo #PoGo_Achievements #Friendcode_Exchange >PokeNav #PokeNav_Guide #Badge_Request #PokeNav_Profile #Trophy_Room >Raids #LOCATION #LOCATION #LOCATION #LOCATION #LOCATION #LOCATION >EX_Raids #LOCATION #LOCATION #LOCATION >Raid & Gym Guides #Best_By_Type #Best_Attackers #Best_Defenders #IV_Guide #Legendary_IV_Chart #Raid_Boss_Counters >Hunting #Current_Nests #Nest_Discussion #Quest_Locations #Rare Sightings #Ditto_Sightings Credits for this guide goes to: OG-Inst1nct and the Savannah & Coastal GA PokeGO Discord. (If you see anything incorrect or that you want added, feel free to comment below and the posting will be edited to reflect the changes.)
  9. GENERAL CATEGORY GUIDE FIRST AND FOREMOST, check if there is already a Discord for your area. If there is, give it a shot. If not or the Discord is "dead", below is a example template you can use to create your own local Discord or improve on one already available with examples of things you can "pin" into each category. LEGEND: > Main category title area # Sub-category QUOTED TEXT -- Example text you can pin to the Sub-category * Clarification of category as required >Main #Welcome #Chat_Rules #Announcements *In this area you should post any future plans or announcements about Pokemon Go. #Pogo_News *In this area you should post any current announcements from Pokemon Go. #Questions #Suggestions /////////|\\\\\\\\\ >Information #FAQ #Grinding_Guides CLICK HERE TO VIEW A EXAMPLE GRINDING GUIDES YOU COULD INPUT INTO YOUR DISCORD #General_PoGo_Guides CLICK HERE TO VIEW SEVERAL POGO GUIDES YOU COULD INPUT INTO YOUR DISCORD /////////|\\\\\\\\\ >Leaderboards *This area is to add some competition between your subscribers. #Leaderboard_Rules *You could either outline an example of verifiable screenshots as illustrated below or just detail how they need to input the information. *Images are semi-verifiable but also take up far more room. They can also make it confusing when updating the leaders board. *Ensure that you pin a example to each of the "Submission" channels. #XP_Leaderboard #XP_Submission #Shiny_Hunter_Leaderboard #Shiny_Submission #Legendary_Leaderboard #Legendary_Submission #Total_Catch_Leaderboards #Catch Submission /////////|\\\\\\\\\ >Discussion #Team_Valor - #Team_Mystic - #Team_Instinct *Once your subscribers have input their team under #PokeNav_Profile they will have access to their team channel where they can talk directly to "team" members. #General_PoGo *Encourage any PoGo related topics here. If it gets off topic, tag the subscriber and redirect them to the appropriate channel. #Non_General_PoGo *Anything and everything other than PoGo can go here... Just try and keep your subscribers 1980's style PG-13. #PoGo_Achievements #Friendcode_Exchange *You can pin something like the below quote or request just the code as their in-game name should already be their Discord name. *It's recommended that you have them input the code as you can easily copy and paste that into the "Add Friend" section on the Pokemon Go app. /////////|\\\\\\\\\ >PokeNav #PokeNav_Guide *Below this you should pin the commands the subscribers can input to build their PokeNav profile. *Example trophy list below: #Badge_Request *This is where they can request badges... if the name didn't give it away. #PokeNav_Profile *This is where they can build their PokeNav Profile. (Including their team) #Trophy_Room *If you're using PokeNav, this is where the trophies will auto-populate. /////////|\\\\\\\\\ >Raids *Input the areas you want to cover in sub-categories below. #LOCATION #LOCATION #LOCATION #LOCATION #LOCATION #LOCATION /////////|\\\\\\\\\ >EX_Raids *Input the CURRENT EX Raid locations in sub-categories below. #LOCATION #LOCATION #LOCATION /////////|\\\\\\\\\ >Raid & Gym Guides #Best_By_Type #Best_Attackers #Best_Defenders #IV_Guide #Legendary_IV_Chart #Raid_Boss_Counters *****ABOVE GUIDE EXAMPLES COMING SOON****** /////////|\\\\\\\\\ >Hunting *This section is to motivate users to help users find Pokemon they're looking for. #Current_Nests *This sections is for a static list of current nests in the area. Example is below: *The #Nest_Discussion, #Quest_Locations, #Rare Sightings, #Ditto_Sightings sub-categories are for the subscribers to post information they find. #Nest_Discussion #Quest_Locations #Rare Sightings #Ditto_Sightings Credits for this guide goes to: O₲In₴₸inc₸ and the Savannah & Coastal GA PokeGO Discord. (If you see anything incorrect or that you want added, feel free to comment below and the posting will be edited to reflect the changes.)
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    Friend Code Exchange

    RizzoDarkstar (22) Texas, USA 1609 8646 3079
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    Friend Code Exchange

    RizzoAquaboy (22) Texas, USA 9871 0165 3428
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    Friend Code Exchange

    RizzoWondergirl (22) Texas, USA 2336 2866 4350
  13. 8BitRat

    Friend Code Exchange

    FRIEND CODE EXCHANGE When inputting your Friend Code please put your in-game name with current level, state/country location, & finally your friend code. Example is below: 8BitRat (35) Georgia, USA 3221 9396 7060
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    SEGA GameGear: Disassembly

    SEGA GameGear Disassembly This guide will take you through the disassembly procedures of all 3 variants of the SEGA GameGear for cleaning and/or further repair. Table of Contents Hardware Notes Materials Required Tools, Parts, Additional Supplies Difficulty Time Estimate Console Variant Recognition GameGear Disassembly 1. Hardware Note: There are 3 variations of the SEGA GameGear that were released and this guide was originally based on the VA1. Any differences between VA1 and the VA5/VA5 variants will be noted below each step. 2. Materials Required: Tools: #00 Philips Head Screwdriver 4.5mm GameBit Tamper Proof Security Bit Specialty Scraping Tool (Can use small flat-head screwdriver) Parts: N/A Additional Supplies: N/A 3. Difficulty: Easy 4. Time Estimate: 25-30 Minutes 5. Console Variant Recognition: VA1: Smooth and flat screen cover with color “GameGear” logo in the top left. VA4: Smooth and rounded screen cover with color “GameGear” logo in the top left. VA5 / MAJESCO: Smooth and rounds screen cover with black and white “GameGear” logo in the top left. 6. Console Disassembly: Step 1: Flip the console face down. Step 2: Remove both battery covers, batteries, and game from console. Step 3: Unscrew (1) with the 4.5mm GameBit. Unscrew (2-7) with the #00 Philips screwdriver. Step 4: Gently unplug the cable connectors (1-3) from the audio & power boards. Step 5: Unscrew (1-12) with the #00 Philips screwdriver. Lift main board and set aside. (Note: Watch for the contrast wheel and the screen protector film as they can get stuck.) Step 6: Remove all buttons, D-pad, and screen protection film (1-5). Step 7: Unscrew (1-4) with the #00 Philips screwdriver, remove the metal shielding, and set it aside. Step 8: Unscrew (1-2) with the #00 Philips screwdriver from sound board. Remove the sound board and set it aside. (Note: Watch for the volume wheel as it can get stuck.) Step 9: Unscrew (1-2) with the #00 Philips screwdriver from power board. Pry the black plastic shield (3) with a flat head screwdriver or specialty tool. Remove the power board and set it aside. Complete: Clean and repair the console as required. To reassemble, reverse steps 1-9. (If you see anything incorrect or that you want added, feel free to comment below and the posting will be edited to reflect the corrections.)
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    10 Complete

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    9 Remove Power (2)

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    8 Remove Audio

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    7 Remove Shield

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    6 Remove Buttons

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    5 Remove Main

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    4 Remove Cables

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    3 Remove Screws

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    2 Remove Covers

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    2 Remove Covers

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    BrokenA-V

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    VA5

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