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How much does the internal battery affect the game?

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The Battery on my Pokemon Sapphire has run dry, I just wanted know if it will prevent me from completing the game (i restarted it before the battery ran out).

asked Jan 13, 2011 by Fire Trainer
retagged Jun 19, 2012

2 Answers

2 votes

Time events such as growing berries will no longer work. Also there is a possibility you will never be able to load any save data again. So its possible you could complete your game but I reccomend trading/migrating your pokemon to another game if you want to keep them.

answered Jan 14, 2011 by evee96
–2 votes

"The internal battery has run dry. Time-based events will no longer occur." That message came on my Emerald, but it didn't seem to affect my game at all. But what can happen: Eevee happiness at day = no Espeon. Eevee happiness at night = no Umbreon. (Both of these are based on the clock in your room. Any other day/night evolves won't work either). Berries might not grow like normal. They will be buried and like...well, nothing. Also, Eggs might not be created. Yeah, not good. Just because one of these happens doesn't mean all of them will. Lastly, you might not be able to return to saved data. Although that's not very likely, it might be good to take some precautionary measures. You might want to migrate your favorite Pokemon to Diamond/Pearl/Platinum, or trade them to any other Gameboy game. Those are the effects of a dry battery. Sorry it happened to you. Last thing: Since I already have Ruby and Sapphire, I gave my sister Emerald and let her delete my account. But for some reason, whenever she turns it on, the dry-battery message is gone. Now, I'm not suggesting you should delete your account, but...I just thought it was interesting and I should probably put it in.

Wow, pretty long answer.


Swampert44

answered Apr 11, 2011 by Swampert44