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                    Pokemon Yellow PokeMart Items and Prices Guide
    
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    | Table of Contents |
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    I. - How to Contact Me
    II. - Version History
    III. - Copyright Info. and Legal Information
    IV. - Purpose/What This Guide Will Cover
    V. - PokeMart Locations
    VI. - PokeMart Item Descriptions
    VII. - PokeMart Items and Prices
    VIII. - Credits
    
    
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    | Section I. - How to Contact Me |
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    Name - Josh Eaton
    E-mail - jjeatonusa1@netscape.net
    AIM - JJEATONusa
    
    
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    | Section II. - Version History |
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    Version 1.00 - (April 4, 2004)  - The first one.
    Version 1.10 - (April 5, 2004)  - Never posted, but I fixed some Line Breaks.
    Version 1.50 - (April 5, 2004)  - Changed the layout and labels around.
    Version 2.00 - (April 10, 2004) - Fixed some ASCII and fixed layout mistakes.
    
    
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    | Section III. - Copyright Info. and Legal Info. |
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    Alright. Here's how it works. This guide will first be publicized on GameFAQs.
    It is Copyright 2004 to me, Joshua J. Eaton. You, the reader, may use it for
    whatever you want. However, if you are going to take it and place it on your
    own website or distribute it to ANYONE, you must first have my permission. Read
    the "How to Contact Me" section for information on exactly how you can get that
    permission. Just E-mail me or Instant Message me and ask. DO NOT take or use
    this guide for anything without my personal consent. Thank you.
    
    
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    | Section IV. - Purpose/What This Guide Will Cover |
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    This guide for the Pokemon Yellow Version for the Nintendo GameBoy will make it
    clear to you what PokeMarts have what items and how much they are selling for.
    The purpose of this guide is to have a quick, easy reference as to where you
    can find an item. Most of the time, you have to go from town to town, looking
    in every PokeMart just to find a single item. Well this FAQ will make all that
    a lot easier.
    
    Just hold the "Ctrl" button on your keyboard and tap the 'F' key. That will
    bring up the Find window (if you're using Windows). Simply type in the box the
    item you want, and click on Find. It'll scroll down this FAQ and find the first
    place you can get the item you're looking for.
    
    
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    | Section V. - PokeMart Locations |
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    Throughout the Pokemon Y. game there are several cities or towns, and in each
    city/town, there is a building with the name "MART" on it. These buildings sell
    you items such as Potions to heal your Pokemon, or PokeBalls to catch new Poke-
    mon. Below are the cities and towns and the location of each PokeMart within
    that city/town. Just FLY to them so you'll end up at the Pokemon Center, where
    I'll be directing you from.
    
    
    City Name              Location
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    Pallet Town - No PokeMarts.
    
    Viridian City - Northeast of the Pokemon Center.
    
    Pewter City - To the left of the Pokemon Center is a garden. Above it is the
    PokeMart.
    
    Cerulean City - To the right of the Pokemon Center is the gym. Right below it
    is the PokeMart.
    
    Lavender Town - To the right of the Pokemon Center is a cave connected to a
    building. About 5 steps below the mouth of the cave is the PokeMart.
    
    Vermilion City - To the right of the Pokemon Center is a house you cannot
    enter. To the right of that is another just like it. Just below that, about 5
    steps, is the PokeMart.
    
    Celadon City - To the left of the Pokemon Center are three houses you can not
    enter and to the left of that is a BIG house, Celadon Mansion. To the left of
    that is a tall, big building you can't enter, and to the left of that is a HUGE
    five floor PokeMart.
    
    Fuchsia City - Directly above the Pokemon Center is a tree you can CUT. CUT it
    down and walk forward a few steps. Go to the left a bit and you'll see a sign.
    Above the sign is a path going left. Follow it and you'll run right into the
    PokeMart.
    
    Cinnabar Island - Dead next to the Pokemon Center on the right. If you can't
    find this then you need to be shot.
    
    Indigo Plateau - When you first enter, straight ahead is a Pokemon Center heal-
    ing counter. Directly to the left of it is a tiny counter. That's the PokeMart.
    
    Saffron City - From the Pokemon Center, head right until the road turns up. Go
    up and take the second left that you can. At the very end is the PokeMart.
    
    
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    | Section VI. - PokeMart Item Descriptions |
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    Below are all the items available at the PokeMarts placed throughout this game,
    and a brief description of what each item does.
    
    
    Poke Ball - Used to catch Pokemon when weakened.
    
    Great Ball - Better than a Poke Ball, but still just used to catch weakened
    Pokemon. Great Balls should be used on medium level Pokemon.
    
    Ultra Ball - Better than a Great Ball, but still just used to catch weakened
    Pokemon. Ultra Balls should be used on high level Pokemon.
    
    Potion - Heals your Pokemon by 20 HP.
    
    Super Potion - Heals your Pokemon by 50 HP.
    
    Hyper Potion - Heals your Pokemon by 200 HP.
    
    Max Potion - Heals your Pokemon by all of its HP.
    
    Full Heal - Cures your Pokemon of any status change (Poison, Paralysis, Sleep,
    Burn, Frozen).
    
    Full Restore - Heals all of your Pokemon's HP, and all status changes (Poison,
    Paralysis, Sleep, Burn, Frozen).
    
    Revive - Cures a KO'd Pokemon by 1/2 HP.
    
    Antidote - Cures your Pokemon of Poison.
    
    Parlyz Heal - Cures your Pokemon of Paralysis.
    
    Awakening - Cures your Pokemon of Sleep.
    
    Burn Heal - Cures your Pokemon of Burn.
    
    Ice Heal - Cures your Pokemon of Frozen.
    
    Escape Rope - Used to return to last Pokemon Center from buildings, caves, etc.
    
    X Attack - Raises your Pokemon's Attack in battle.
    
    X Defend - Raises your Pokemon's Defense in battle.
    
    X Accuracy - Raises your Pokemon's accuracy in battle.
    
    X Speed - Raises your Pokemon's Speed in battle.
    
    X Special - Raises your Pokemon's Special Attack and Special Defense in battle.
    
    Dire. Hit - Raises your Pokemon's Critical Hit Ratio in battle.
    
    Guard Spec. - Prevents your Pokemon from any stat reduction in battle.
    
    HP Up - Permanently raises your Pokemon's HP amount.
    
    Protein - Permanently raises your Pokemon's Attack.
    
    Iron - Permanently raises your Pokemon's Defense.
    
    Carbos - Permanently raises your Pokemon's Speed.
    
    Calcium - Permanently raises your Pokemon's Special Attack and Special Defense.
    
    Repel - Repels some Pokemon.
    
    Super Repel - Repels all Pokemon of a lower level than the first Pokemon in
    your party.
    
    Max Repel - Repels all Pokemon.
    
    Poke Doll - If you can't escape from a wild Pokemon, use this to get away from
    it.
    
    Fresh Water - Heals your Pokemon by 50 HP.
    
    Soda Pop - Heals your Pokemon by 60 HP.
    
    Lemonade - Heals your Pokemon by 80 HP.
    
    TM 01 - Mega Punch. A regular attack.
    
    TM 02 - Razor Wind. A Flying attack.
    
    TM 05 - Mega Kick. A regular attack.
    
    TM 07 - Horn Drill. KO's in one hit.
    
    TM 09 - Take Down. A regular Normal attack that hits you with a small recoil.
    
    TM 17 - Submission. A regular Fighting attack that hits you with 1/4 of the
    damage you did to your opponent.
    
    TM 32 - Double Team. Raises your evasion, making you harder to hit.
    
    TM 33 - Reflect. Raises your Defense for 5 turns.
    
    TM 37 - Egg Bomb. A regular Grass attack.
    
    
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    | Section VII. - PokeMart Items and Prices |
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    Below are all the PokeMarts, by cities listed above, all their items, and how
    much money they cost.
    
    
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      Viridian City
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    Poke Ball          200
    Antidote           100
    Parlyz Heal        200
    Burn Heal          250
    
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      Pewter City
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    Poke Ball          200
    Potion             300
    Escape Rope        550
    Antidote           100
    Burn Heal          250
    Awakening          200
    Parlyz Heal        200
    
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      Cerulean City
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    Poke Ball          200
    Potion             300
    Repel              350
    Antidote           100
    Burn Heal          250
    Awakening          200
    Parlyz Heal        200
    
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      Lavender Town
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    Great Ball         600
    Super Potion       700
    Revive            1500
    Escape Rope        550
    Super Repel        500
    Antidote           100
    Burn Heal          250
    Ice Heal           250
    Parlyz Heal        200
    
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      Vermilion City
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    Poke Ball          200
    Super Potion       700
    Ice Heal           250
    Awakening          200
    Parlyz Heal        200
    Repel              350
    
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      Celadon City
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    1st Floor:
    Nothing
    
    2nd Floor:
    TM 32             1000
    TM 33             1000
    TM 02             2000
    TM 07             2000
    TM 37             2000
    TM 01             3000
    TM 05             3000
    TM 09             3000
    TM 17             3000
    Great Ball         600
    Super Potion       700
    Revive            1500
    Super Repel        500
    Antidote           100
    Burn Heal          250
    Ice Heal           250
    Awakening          200
    Parlyz Heal        200
    
    3rd Floor:
    I believe the guy at the counter gives you TM 18. All he says to me now is "TM
    18 is Counter! Not like the one I'm leaning on, mind you."
    
    4th Floor:
    Poke Doll         1000
    Fire Stone        2100
    Thunder Stone     2100
    Water Stone       2100
    Leaf Stone        2100
    
    5th Floor:
    HP Up             9800
    Protein           9800
    Iron              9800
    Carbos            9800
    Calcium           9800
    X Accuracy         950
    Guard Spec.        700
    Dire. Hit          650
    X Attack           500
    X Defend           550
    X Speed            350
    X Special          350
    
    6th Floor: (vending machines)
    Fresh Water        200
    Soda Pop           300
    Lemonade           350
    
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      Fuchsia City
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    Ultra Ball        1200
    Great Ball         600
    Super Potion       700
    Revive            1500
    Full Heal          600
    Super Repel        500
    
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      Cinnabar Island
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    Ultra Ball        1200
    Great Ball         600
    Hyper Potion      1200
    Max Repel          700
    Escape Rope        550
    Full Heal          600
    Revive            1500
    
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      Indigo Plateau
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    Ultra Ball        1200
    Great Ball         600
    Full Restore      3000
    Max Potion        2500
    Full Heal          600
    Revive            1500
    Max Repel          700
    
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      Saffron City
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    Great Ball         600
    Hyper Potion      1200
    Max Repel          700
    Escape Rope        550
    Full Heal          600
    Revive            1500
    
    
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    | Section VIII. - Credits |
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    I'd like to thank a few sources who inevitably helped me write this guide. They
    are as follows:
    
    
    1. GameFAQs for posting (hopefully) this guide on their site.
    2. Nintendo and GameFreak for making such a great game.
    
    
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