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Okay, so I was looking for Chancey, and everytime I found one it fled. So finally I got really mad. I found one and I threw bait at it and it ran away instantly. I was furious, so I found another one and threw a rock at it. It didn't run! I started laughing and threw another rock at it and it still didn't run. I threw a ball and it worked no problem.

Did the game get mixed up? Bait is supposed to make the pokemon stay, not flee :evil:


Sun Jun 24, 2007 2:15 pm
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If you feed it bait it is more likely to flee but easier to catch and if you throw a rock it is less likely to flee but harder to catch.

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Sun Jun 24, 2007 2:29 pm
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Yeah. It's supposed to be the other way around. If you throw Bait, the pokemon will start eating and not flee.


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Bait makes them stay, rocks make them run but easier to catch, but even if you feed them bait, they may still flee.

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One guy in the safari zone said something very odd, if I remember correctly, he said that they both make it easier to catch, rocks make them run away more easily too, and bait makes them much more likely to flee after they finish eating

But maybe I am wrong :lol:

p.s. It is probably fluke - rare pokémon usually run on the first turn, and I had one Bibarel that I threw quite literally about 50 rocks at, but it just would not flee :evil:

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i belive what you're saying is true rncb1 because that same thing happened with me with a kangaskan =|

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I think that Joey90 is right. every time I go to the safari zone, bait is much more likely for them to flee, but makes it way easyer to catch.


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bit will make them stay but harder to catch and rocks will make them more likely to flee but easier to catch or so it says on bulbapedia

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