Yeah, that second stadium fight really Depends on Your team. I've always found the first stadium to be one of the hardest. Maybe because Aquaffe is my favorite starter?
My strategy for the second stadium is to bring With me a Level 25-26 Fyrate, and just destroy everything With Power kick. It's over in less than 30 Seconds. Hahaha.
The Pocket copter can't be bought anywhere.
He says he'll come and find you when he wants it back, but he never does. You get to keep it forever. Maybe he just forgot about it, I dunno.
About the hidden items, Jayde has written a guide which tells you where most of the hidden items are. It's really useful.
You'll unlocke Arcade games as you Complete stadiums, and the arcade games which give more credits are later in the game.
Fyrate? I don't think I've seen a Manamon called that. Do you mean the steel horse? I know steel is good against standard.
I chose Aquaffe as my starter, too. At some point, I'd love to trade for the other starters to complete my 'pedia. I haven't yet run across the other Manamon you have to trade to transform.
Incidentally, my starter is in storage and I'm training Finaut. Not sure I'll keep it, but for now, it does okay. I mean, of course, I'll keep it, but you get what I'm saying.
Thanks for the info on the copter. Good to know I'll get to keep it. It's really such a lifesaver.
I read through Jade's guide up to where I am now. I don't want to read further for spoilers. I see I missed some hidden items. However, I'm not really sure they're worth going back for. Gold and revives sound nice. Leveling herbs, too. But I'd have to backtrack over terrain I've already gone through. Maybe I'll wait until I can one-hit-kill everyone and do a proper exploration. Or maybe if I play again, I'll look more closely for them. I assume the game is doable without those items, even though they sound like they make the journey easier. I'm still at that stage where I want to see what happens more than the hassle of going into the wilderness or back over places I've been.
No. You don't understand. I am terrible at action arcade games. If all the games available are like that, I don't stand a chance. Not particularly good at the Simon game, either. I find it hard to remember what number goes with what sound.
And to the next poster who mentioned a Fingon - what is that?
ETA: Can I buy revives at some point? I'm finding them and feel like they'd be really important later, but as of now, I'm limited to what I have, so I'm trying to conserve them. I already used two. Trekking over the mountain took a couple tries.