The blue, yellow, and red flutes can be used to cure one of the player’s Pokémon at a time from sleep, confusion, or infatuation. In Generation III, they can be used both in and out of combat. In other games, they can only be used in combat.
Description. A glass flute that keeps wild Pokémon away. A black glass flute. When blown, wild Pokémon are less likely to appear.
A Red Flute is an item introduced in Generation III that Snaps Pokémon from the Attraction.
A white blown glass flute. Its melody increases the chances of wild Pokémon appearing.
The Blue Flute, which first appeared in Pokémon Ruby, Sapphire, and Emerald Gameboy games and has appeared in every game since, is a key element that the Pokémon it is used on in all games except Pokémon Black heals from sleep and white versions.
A Yellow Flute is a battle item that breaks a Pokémon out of confusion.
The Azure Flute (Japanese: てんかいのふえ Sky Flute) is a key item in the Sinnoh-based games and Pokémon Legends: Arceus, where it is used to access the Hall of Origin where Arceus lives b>.
Generation III. In Pokémon Ruby, Sapphire, and Emerald, chairs can be used to decorate secret bases. All chairs can be purchased in Fortree City except the Pretty Chair, which is made by the Glassblower on Route 113 for 6000 Ashes.
In Pokémon Ruby, Sapphire, and Emerald, ash is collected by walking through ash-covered tall grass. The grass looks gray when there is ash left on it, and turns green after the player has walked through.
The Red Flute serves no practical purpose other than to be sold.
You should note, however, that unfortunately Illuminate and a White Flute do not stack. I think you may be referring to additional features added in Emerald such as: B. Flame body and the ability to synchronize.