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                |~ Sections ~              |~Identification Key~|
                |1. Versions               |       #pkyv        |
                |2. FAQ Tips               |       #pkyt        |
                |3. Introduction           |       #pkyh        |
                |4. Controls               |       #pkyc        |
                |5. Game Basics            |       #pkyb        |
                |   o Types                |                    |
                |   o Battle Mode Explained|                    |
                |   o World Map            |                    |
                |6. Walkthrough            |       #pkyw        |
                |7. Quick Walkthrough      |       #pkyx        |
                |8. Gym Leaders/Elite Four |       #pkyg        |
                |9. Pokedex                |       #pkyd        |
                |10. Abilities Listings    |       #pkya        |
                |11. TM/HM Listings        |       #pkyl        |
                |12. Items Listings        |       #pkyi        |
                |13. Pokemon Mart          |       #pkym        |
                |14. Sidequests            |       #pkyq        |
                |15. Pikachu's Beach       |       #pkyp        |
                |16. FAQ                   |       #pkyf        |
                |17. FAQ Status            |       #pky0        |
                |18. Credits               |       #pky1        |
                |19. Comments              |       #pky2        |
                |20. Contact Information   |       #pky3        |
                |21. THE END!              |       #pky!        |
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   Identification Key : I input the key in the guide to simply help
                        you by finding the sections more easily. To
                        use them, press CTRL+F and then input the
                        key for the section you wish to read. That
                        way, you can get to the section faster then
                        just scrolling down the page.



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   vFinal (5/31/04) FAQ Launching
   o FAQ COMPLETION




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   |Ident. Key : #pkyt |
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   Here see some tips on using the FAQ faster to help you get through
   the game.


   * SEARCHING *

   Whether you're looking for an item or needing to find the right
   path, by using the searching method it would really save to some
   time from scanning throughout the FAQ. By pressing the key
   [ CTRL + F ] a search box will pop up. Simply type in the name of
   a place, boss item, ect and click Find Next to search.


   * PRINTING *

   Though you may only use this FAQ for personal use only, you may
   still Copy [CTRL + C ] and Paste [ CTRL + V ] a part of the FAQ on
   to another Word Editing Program and print it for your convenience.
   That way, if your computer is far away from your game you don't
   have to walk back and forth to see what you need to do next.


   * READING THE MANUAL FOR THE BASICS *

   The game should come with a manual (if it's not used). Some
   slackers is to lazy to read a few short pages about the game by 
   themselves so they always email me about stupid questions on the
   basics of the game. If you don't have the manual check out the
   Game Basics section of the FAQ if you need further help or
   understanding about the game.


   * ASK ME :) *

   Though I will not answer any questions regardless of any game
   through email, you may contact me by Instant Messenger (check
   Contact Information section). A word of advice, I am rarely on but
   whenever you IM me always have manners. I might not reply back fast
   for I may be busy at the moment.

 
   * VIEWING ASCII ART *

   As you man have already notice, throughout the FAQ I will put in
   ASCII text art. If you can't seem to see it well, try viewing it
   from a far.



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   |Ident. Key : #pkyh |
   ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ

   Greetings, thank you for choosing my Pokemon Yellow FAQ/Walkthrough
   as a reference for you throughout your game. Thus, this FAQ is
   another amazing project create by me, nnguyen11490 ^_^ This FAQ
   will one of those FAQ that will always remain to be my most hardest
   to complete. For I will try to list every single thing that I can
   possibly can about the game.

   I've bought this game a while ago. About 3 years to be exact. Thus,
   I've beaten it over and over again. I got so fed up with it so I just
   gave it to my brother. Now I will be playing it for the final time.
   This time it's for the creation of this FAQ.

   I will assure that this FAQ will be the ultimate reference you will
   need for Pokemon Yellow. I will contain 100% accurate information
   about the game. I will give you a full, step by step walkthrough
   throughout the game. A full Pokemon listings and where you can
   capture them. As well as a Shop list and other needed information.
   This will be one of my finest works ever. So hope you enjoy the FAQ
   and good luck throughout your game!

                    ~ Ngan 'nnguyen11490' Nguyen ~



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  ~ Basic Controls ~

   Control Pad : Move / Scroll Cursor in Menu
   A button    : Talk / Pick up treasures / Confirm
   B Button    : Cancel
   Start       : Menu


   ~ In Battle ~

   Control Pad : Scroll cursor
   A Button    : Confirm / Select Command
   B Button    : Cancel



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                          ~ Types Of Pokemon/Ability ~
    ________________________________________________________________________
   |  TYPE   |       WEAKNESS       |   STRONG AGAINST   |    RESISTANCE    |
   |---------+----------------------+--------------------+------------------|
   |  Fire   |  Water, Ice, Rock    |       Grass        |  Fire, Fighting  |
   |         |  Ground, Electric    |                    |       Grass      |
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   |  Water  | Thunder, Grass, Rock | Fire, Rock, Ground |    Ice, Water    |
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   |  Grass  |  Fire, Ice, Psychic  |     Water, Rock    |  Grass, Thunder  |
   |         |        Flying        |                    |                  |
   |ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ|ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ|ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ|ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ|
   |   Ice   | Fire, Grass, Thunder |  Fire, Grass, Rock |    Ice, Water    |
   |         |                      |  Flying, Ground    |                  |
   |         |                      |        Bug         |                  |
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   |  Flying |   Thunder, Psychic   |  Grass, Fighting   |     Fighting     |
   |         |          Ice         |         Bug        |                  |
   |ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ|ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ|ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ|ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ|
   | Thunder |     Rock, Ground     |  Water, Ice, Fire, |  Thunder, Grass  |
   |         |                      |   Flying, Fire     |                  |
   |ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ|ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ|ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ|ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ|
   |   Rock  |  Water, Ice, Grass   |       Thunder      |  Thunder, Fire   |
   |         |  Fighting, Ground    |                    | Normal, Fighting |
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   |Fighting |        Flying        |Rock, Flying, Normal|  Fighting, Rock  |
   |ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ|ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ|ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ|ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ|
   | Psychic |        ---           |   Ghost, Flying,   |     Psychic      |
   |         |                      |    Grass, Fire     |                  |
   |ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ|ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ|ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ|ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ|
   |  Normal |       Fighting       |        ---         |       ---        |
   |ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ|ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ|ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ|ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ|
   |  Ghost  |   Psychic, Ground    |        ---         |      Normal      |
   |ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ|ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ|ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ|ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ|
   | Ground  |  Water, Ice, Grass,  |    Thunder, Fire   |     Thunder      |
   |         |   Ground, Fighting   |                    |                  |
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   | Dragon  |         ---          |       Dragon       |                  |
   |ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ|ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ|ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ|ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ|
   | Poison  |  Fire, Ice, Psychic  |       Poison       |       ---        |
   |         |        Ground        |                    |                  |
   |ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ|ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ|ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ|ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ|
   |   Bug   |  Fire, Ice, Flying   |     Grass, Ghost   |       ---        |
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   I think that's all. If you see an error, please contact me right away.
   Check the Contact Information.

   As you can see from the list above, there are many kinds of Pokemons
   and abilities. They each have weakness(es) and their each immune to
   something. Let me explain it a little bit better for you.


   Pokemon Type = Weakness and Resistance
   A Pokemon has 2 main types of attributes, a weakness and a resistance.
   Note, few types of Pokemon don't have one of the two. The resistance
   Let's say you have a Pikachu. Pikachu is an Electric type Pokemon.
   I stated that electric Pokemons are strong against Ice and Water
   type. And there weak to Rock and Ground types.

   The Pokemon resistance is usually the same type as it. But also note,
   that some Pokemon's weakness is their same types (ie. Ground, Dragon,
   ect).

   The Pokemon's weakness is usually the opposite of its type. If the
   Pokemon is fire, the opposite of fire is water.

   Rock/Ground Type > Electric Type
   When a Pokemon uses Rock/Ground type ability, it will be Super
   Effective. meaning it will do a lot of damages to your Pokemon.

   Electric Type > Ice/Water/Fire Type
   As you can see, the electric type Pokemon have the advantage over 
   Water/Ice/Fire Pokemon type. If you use an electric ability, it will
   do more damage to the Fire/Ice/Water type Pokemon. For it will be
   Super Effective.

   Type Of Abilities = Not very effective or Super Effective
   Aside from many Pokemon types, there are also types of ability.
   The type of an ability effect the Pokemon weakness and resistance.
   Let's say you use an Electric attack against a Pikachu that would
   end up being Not very Effective, for the Pikachu is an electric type.
   But instead, if you use a Ground/Rock ability, that would result in
   a Super Effective state, causing more damage to the other Pokemon.

   Get it yet? If not, let's have an example match.


   Your Pokemon : Charizard
   Opponent's   : Venusaur/Blastoise/Magmar

   Let say that your Charizard knows the ability, Fire Blast. Since
   Venusaur is a Grass type Pokemon, fire ability will result in
   Super Effective, causing more damage to the opponent. Once the
   Venusaur is defeated, your opponent will sent out a Blastoise.

   Blastoise is the opposite of your Pokemon type, making it your
   weakness. Your fire abilities won't do a lot of damage to it
   for it can resist it. Blastoise's water based attack will result
   Super Effective for your Charizard, causing a lot more damage.

   Now let's say your opponent uses a Magmar instead of a Blastoise.
   Magmars are Fire type just like your Charizard. It's fire based
   attacks on your Pokemon will result in a Not very Effective
   state.

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    \__/  \       ___ _  _  __  _     __  _ _  _  ___  __      /  \__/
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   If you've watched the show, the battle mode is completely different.
   This is very confusing and difficult for me to explain, but I'll try
   my best.

   HP       ~ Hit Points, think of it as life points. If your Pokemon
              runs out of HP, they are Coed.
   PP       ~ PP determines how many times you can use an ability.
   EXP      ~ Experience Point. You receive this for your Pokemon at
              the end of the battle if they're not Coed.
   LEVEL    ~ As you gain EXP, once you've achieve enough your Pokemon
              will gain a level. By raising a level the stats of the
              Pokemon is increased.
   ATTACK   ~ Attack, determines the damage your Pokemon will do.
   DEFENSE  ~ Defense determines on how much damage your Pokemon will
              receive.
   SPEED    ~ Speed is to determine if your Pokemon gets to go first
              in the battle. You must have a higher speed then the
              opponent to go first.
   SPECIAL  ~ Determines your defensive against special attacks.
   ACCURACY ~ Determines on how often you will miss attacking. The
              The higher the accuracy the less chance of you missing.


   ~ Raising Stats up Items ~

   Aside from gaining stats up by leveling up, you can also get some
   more stats by using items as well.

    _____________________________________
   |   ITEMS    |      Description       | Note, the In battle items are
   |------------|------------------------| only to be use in battle.
   | Rare Candy |      Raise Level       | They only raises the stat for
   | HP Up      |      Raises HP         | the battle only.
   | PP Up      | Raise PP of an ability | 
   | Protein    |   Raises Attack power  | 
   | Iron       |  Raise Defensive stat  | 
   | Carbos     |      Raise Speed       | 
   | Calcium    |  Raise Pokemon Special | 
   |____________|________________________| 
   |In Battle   |      Description       | 
   |------------|------------------------| 
   | X Attack   |   Raises Attack power  | 
   | X Defend   |  Raise Defensive stat  | 
   | X Speed    |      Raise Speed       | 
   | X Special  |  Raise Pokemon Special | 
   | X Accuracy |     Raise Accuracy     | 
   | Guard Spec.| Enemy can't use special| 
   | Dire Hit   | Attack more effectively| 
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   Now you are probably asking, why the heck did I add this for the
   battle Mode Explained? It is the first basic step for understanding
   the battle mode. Same thing from above (the types), it is a 'must-
   know' fact for understanding the battle mode.

                               ~ Status ~
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      |   Status   |            Effect           |     Cure      |
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      |   Poison   |  The Pokemon is Posion. It  |   Antidote    |
      |            |   will gradually loses HP   |               |
      |            |         every turn.         |               |
      |ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ|ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ|ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ|
      |   Burned   |  Same thing as Poison, but  |   Burn Heal   |
      |            |  doesn't loses a much HP.   |               |
      |ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ|ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ|ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ|
      |   Frozen   |  The Pokemon is now frozen. |  Fire Attack  |
      |            |  it cannot move until it's  |    Ice Heal   |
      |            |            cured.           |               |
      |ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ|ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ|ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ|
      |   Sleep    |  The Pokemon is asleep. It  |   Awakening   |
      |            |    cannot move until it's   | Randomly heal |
      |            |            awaken.          |   in battle.  |
      |ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ|ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ|ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ|
      |  Paralyze  |  The Pokemon will always go | Paralyze Heal |
      |            |   second in the battle. It  |               |
      |            |   may also may not attack.  |               |
      |ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ|ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ|ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ|
      |  Confuse   |  The Pokemon may attack     | Randomly heal |
      |            |          itself.            |   in battle   |
      |ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ|ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ|ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ|
      | Leech Seed |Same thing as Posion. Except |  After Battle |
      |            |every HP you loses go to the |               |
      |            |         the opponent.       |               |
       ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ

   Now that's all set, you think you can battle yet? Err... There is
   still one matter left to know about :P

   Anyhow, now let's get into the battle mode now. You do know that a
   battle starts once you're challenged by trainer, get a random
   encounter, or challenge a Gym Leader (or Elite Four) right?

   Random Encounters
   Random encounters are...ummm...well... randomly encounters! The only
   place you're going to get a random encounter from is grassy areas
   or inside a cave. A random encounter is when a Pokemon randomly
   comes up to you. You will have to battle/capture/run away from that
   Pokemon.

   Trainer Encounters
   As you continue your journey throughout the game, you will be
   challenged by a trainer if they spot you. Here's a little map to
   explain.

                           _________________
   As you can see from    |  O      < X!    | O = You              
   the example to the     | |ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ|   | X = Trainer
   right. If the trainer  |  ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ    | ! = They Spotted You
   see's you, he or she    ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ
   will then challenge you to a battle. So how do you avoid these
   battles? Easy just don't let them see you and move on. Here's another
   example for you to understand it better.
                    __________________  The '<' and '>' represent the
     O = You       |         < X >    | direction of the trainer's view.
     X = Trainer   | |ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ|   | As long as you stay away from
   < > = Directions|  ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ    | the direction they're looking a
                    ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ  will not have to battle them. So
   you if they're looking to the right and that's your only path, wait
   until they turned around, then make a run for it. But noted, trainer
   battles are very helpful for trainning your Pokemon. I would recommend
   battling every trainer you see.

   As you enter the battle you will see the following :


     OPPONENT's POKEMON
            L: ##                    _________________
     | HP: ___________              |                 |
     |     ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ              |     POKEMON     |
     |____________________\         |                 |
                                    |     PICTURE     |
                                    |_________________|

                                          POKEMON NAME
           |ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ|                     L: ##       |
           |   POKEMON   |              HP: __________     |
           |             |                  ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ     |
           |   PICTURE   |           /______##_/___##______|
   o_______|_____________|________o_____________________________o
    |                             |                             |
    |                             |  F I G H T          PKMN    |
    |                             |                             |
    |                             |                             |
    |                             |  I T E M            R U N   |
    |                             |                             |
   oŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻoŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻo

   The '##/##' is meaning how many HP your Pokemon has out of the
   maximum. As you may have already notice, you cannot see your
   opponent's Pokemon's HP. But you may see their levels, as well as
   your own. 

   FIGHT ~ If you choose this command, you will see 4 abilities you
   Pokemon knows. You then can choose from the abilities to command
   you Pokemon to do it.

   ITEM  ~ You may use an item to heal or cure status on your Pokemon.
   By choosing this option, you will see a list of items you currently
   have and that you can use.

   PKMN  ~ This is the option if you want to change your Pokemon in the
   battle. If you choose this, you will see all of the Pokemon you
   currently have in your party. Noted, the Pokemon that are in your PC
   will not appear.

   RUN  ~ By choosing this option, you will try and flee the battle. Be
   noted, that you cannot flee in a trainer or gym leader battle.

                _ _ _  __   __  _     __     _  _  __   __
       o   __   | | | |  | |__/ |    |  \    |\/| |__| |__]  __   o
       \__/  \  |_|_| |__| |  \ |___ |__/    |  | |  | |    /  \__/


   ________________________________
  |             K E Y              | This is the complete world map.
  |~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-| I tried my best creating this
  |R##.................Route Number| damn thing. This is the closes
  |IP................Indigo Plateau| I can possible get. Whenever in
  |VR..................Victory Road| the game, if you are lost, remember
  |VF...............Viridian Forest| to check this section!
  |DC................Diglett's Cave|
  |MM.......................Mt.Moon|
  |UD...............Unknown Dungeon|
  |SC...................Sea Cottage|
  |SSA......................SS.Anne|
  |SI................Seafoam Island|
  |RT...................Rock Tunnel|
  |PP...................Power Plant|
  |PT.................Pokemon Tower|
  |SZ...................Safari Zone|
   ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ
                                    ~ Part 1 ~

                                              ________________
                                             |     R25     SC |
                                             |     ___________|
                                             |R24 |
                                             |    |
                                             |    |
                                           UD      Ż|
                            |ŻŻŻMMŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ  CeruleanŻŻŻ
    ____      ________      |          R4     City
   | IP |    | Pewter |     |                       ____
   |    |    |  City   ŻŻŻŻŻ    |ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ|     |
   |    |    |              R3  |            |  R5 |
   | VR |    |                  |            |     |
   |    |    |        |ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ            _|     |_
   |    |    | VF     |                    |         |
   |    |    |     DC |                    | Saffron |
   |    |    |        |         ___________|  City   |
   |R23 |____|    R2  |  ______|                     |
   |                  | |       Celadon  R7     R6   |
   |___R22____Viridian| |   R16   City   |Ż|         |
              | City  | |   |ŻŻ|_________| |Verm City ŻDGŻŻŻŻ
              |       | |   |              |
              |       | |   |              |___SSA___________
              |   R1  | |   |
              |       | |   |
              |       | | ^ |
              |       | |R17|
              | Pallet| | v |
              |  Town | |   |
              |       | |   |                     |ŻŻŻŻSZŻŻŻ|
              |       | |   |_____________________| Fuchsia  ŻŻ
              |       | |                                   
              |       | |_________________________           __
              |       |                           |         |
              |  R21  |                           |_       _|
              |       |_____________________________|     |
              |                         |  SI  |      R19 |
              |      Cinnibar   R20     |______|          |
              |       Island                              |
               ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ

                                    ~ Part 2 ~

   _______________________
                          |
   < Cerulean   R9        |
   ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ|      |
                   |      |
                   | RT   |
                   |      |
                   |      |
                   |R10   |
                   |      |
                   |      |
                   |PP    |
                   |      |
                   |      |
                   |  RT  |
                   |      |
                  _|      |_
   ______________|          |
          R8       Lavender |
    <                Town   |
   _______________        PT|
                  |         |
                  |         |
   _______________|         |
       R11                  |
    < Vermillion            |
                       ^    |
   ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ|         |
                  |   R12   |
                  |         |
                  |    v    |
                  |         |
         _________|         |
        |      R13          |
        |                   |
        |     |ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ
        |     |
        | R14 |
        |     |
   _____|     |
   < Fushcia  |
          R15 |
   ___________|



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  |Ident. Key : #pkyw |
   ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ

   As you start a New Game, you will see a guy  in a lab coat talk.
   His name is Professor Oak. Here is what he is going to say :

               Hello there! Welcome to the world of POKEMON!
              My name is Oak! People call me the POKEMON PROF!
            This world is inhabited by creatures called POKEMON!
         For some people, POKEMON are pets. Others use them for fights.
                  Myself... I study POKEMON as a profession.
                         First, what is your name?

   Now you can pick a name or create your own. I suggest leaving it at
   Ash. For that's what I'm going to refer you to throughout the game.
   Once you're done picking your name, you can pick Professor Oak's
   grandson name. I also recommend leaving it at Gary. Now the game
   starts!

              ==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==
                          Pallet Town , Route 1
              ==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==
   - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
   Treasures : Potion

   Trainers  : Gary
   - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

   You are currently in your room. Exit by going down the stairs. You
   will see your mother sitting at the table. Talk to her! She says
   that Professor Oak is currently looking for you. So leave the house
   and travel north, into the grassy area. !! The Professor will then
   rush up to you! Watch the small scene where he captures the Pokemon
   called Pikachu. Once done, the professor will then take you to his
   laboratory.

   It seems that the professor's grandson is here also. After the small
   talk, Professor Oak will tell you to go and get the Poke Ball on the
   table. Do so, walk to the table and pick up the ball. !! Suddenly
   Gary runs up and snatches the Pokemon from you! Don't worry, the
   professor then will quickly give you the Pokemon you saw earlier.
   A Pikachu! You may rename it to anything if you like.

   Once done so leave the lab. !! As you leave Gary will come and
   challenge you to a Pokemon battle!

   ---------------------------------------------------------------------
   TRAINER    :                    Gary                     :    TRAINER
   POKEMON    :                Lvl.5 Eevee                  :    POKEMON
   WINNINGS   :                    $175                     :   WINNINGS
   DIFFICULTY :                    EASY                     : DIFFICULTY

                               ~ STRATEGY ~
   This is your first Pokemon battle! And it's an easy one too. You
   cannot do anything but Thunder Shock from Pikachu, so just do so.
   Eevee will tackle you for about 6 damage or so, so be careful! Your
   Thunder Shock should Paralyze Eevee if you're lucky. There's nothing
   else you can do. If you manage to beat Eevee your Pikachu will grow
   a level higher and you will get $175 also, but if you lose nothing
   happens. Win or lose this match doesn't really matter.
   ---------------------------------------------------------------------

   After the battle, Pikachu will leave it's Poke Ball. It seems that it
   doesn't like to stay in it. You can now talk to Pikachu to how it
   feels. Now leave the lab and return back to your house. Talk to Mom
   and she will fully heal your Pokemon. Leave the house and head north.

   You will come across a guy, talk to him and he will give you a
   Potion. Continue heading north and you'll eventually reach Viridian
   City.


              ==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==
                                Viridian City
              ==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==
   - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
   Trainers : Gary
   - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

   Now you are in the city called Viridian. Go into the Pokemon Center
   and fully heal your Pikachu if you need to. Then go into the Pokemon
   Mart. Located northeast to the Pokemon Center. Upon entering the
   sales clerk will ask you to give Professor Oak's his orders. She will
   then give you Oak's Parcel for you to take back.

   Now you must return to Pallet once again. So go south. Note, incase
   you didn't know, you can jump over the small ledges. Making you
   journey back to Pallet easier.

   Once you've returned, go into Oak's Laboratory. Go up and talk to the
   Professor. After all of the chatting the professor will then give you
   and Gary a Pokedex. A Pokedex is a machine that tracks the Pokemon
   you see and captured. It can be very helpful for finding the Pokemon
   you've missed.

   Anyhow, once Gary left, he will say something about asking his sister
   for a Town Map. do so, leave the lab and go into the house to the
   north. Talk to the girl sitting at the table. She is Gary's sister,
   she will then give you the Town Map! You may use it by selecting it
   in your item inventory. Let's continue. Leave the house and then once
   again travel back to Viridian City.  if you don't remember it is just
   north.

   Now you can purchase some items at the Pokemon Mart. I recommend
   getting a hand full of Poke Balls and Potion. Now go into the grassy
   areas south of the town and search around for a Pokemon. Be sure to
   capture a few! Once you've done so, heal at the Pokemon Center in
   Viridian. Now there is 2 options you may choose. You can either go
   west and battle Gary for some money or you can just skip him and go
   north.

   If you wish to battle Gary. I suggest you have a couple of Pokemons
   and have their level at least 7 or higher. Heal at the center if you
   need to, once read go west. Follow the path and then you will soon
   spot Gary!

   ---------------------------------------------------------------------
   TRAINER    :                    Gary                     :    TRAINER
   POKEMON    :        Lvl.9 Spearow ; Lvl.8  Eevee         :    POKEMON
   WINNINGS   :                    $280                     :   WINNINGS
   DIFFICULTY :                    EASY                     : DIFFICULTY

                               ~ STRATEGY ~
   His first Pokemon is Spearow. And you know what bird Pokemon’s is
   weakness is? Thunder! So use your Pikachu's thundershock and it'll be
   super effective! You should be able to defeat the Spearow in within 2
   turns. Once you defeated Spearow, Gary will sent out his bets Pokemon.
   You guest it! Eevee! It seems that Eevee is also improve just like
   your Pikachu. Use Thunder Wave to paralyzed Eevee. Now just keep on
   hitting him with thundershock. Eevee will try to lower your defense
   with Tail Whip and as well as you accuracy with Sand-Attack. So
   be careful! If Pikachu gets to weak use a Potion or change Pokemon. 
   ---------------------------------------------------------------------

   Once the match is done, return back to the Pokemon Center at Viridian
   to heal. Now go all the way north. As you continue going north you
   will see an old man blocking your way. He will blabber something about
   coffee and then will apologize to you. he will show you how to catch a
   Pokemon. He will fail to catch the Pokemon and will leave. Ha! Old
   fool! Anyhow, once the lesson is done, continue going straight north
   and you'll be on Route 2.


              ==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==
                                 Route 2
              ==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==

   Nothing to do here but to go north. Do so. Note, on your way you may
   notice some trees blocking some ball shape things. You will get those
   later in the game. So don't worry. Continue going north and you'll
   reach a large building. Enter the building and exit through the other
   door. You will now be in  a forest of some sort.


                 ==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==
                                Viridian Forest
                 ==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==
   - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
   Trainers  : Lass, Bug Catcher x3

   Treasures : Potion x2, Poke Ball
   - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

   Viridian Forest is just a my maze filled with some trainers and bug
   Pokemon. If you have caught a Pigey, then nothing to worry about. For
   bird Pokemon has the advantage over bug types. Anyway, let's continue.
   
   From the entrance of the forest choose the west path. You will get to
   a Lass. She has two Nidorans, make quick work of them with your
   Pikachu. Now go north and you will get a Poke Ball. From there go,
   east and you'll end up back near the entrance you came in from.

   Now from the entrance, follow the east path. Follow that path and
   you'll soon reach a Pokemon Trainer, a Bug Catcher. All he has is
   2 Caterpie, so you should have no problem beating him with your Pidgey
   or Spearow. 
    ____________________________   Once you beat him, go further north
   !          T  I  P           !  and you'll meet another Bug Catcher.
   !----------------------------!  All he has is 2 Metapod and a Caterpie.
   !It is wise that you train   !  The Metapod won't ever attack you, so
   !your other Pokemon beside   !  this is a good chance for you to train
   !Pikachu. For there will be a!  up your weak Pokemon.
   !very difficult battle ahead.!
   !                            !  Once he is defeated go further north and
    ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ   you'll see a Potion. Now go west and
   you'll end up at a Bug Catcher. Use the same strategy for him as above.
   Now just follow the path and you'll end up at a Potion. Now follow the
   path you see and there will be a Bug Catcher. He has a Caterpie, so as
   you can see it is very simple to finish it off quick by using Gust or
   Thundershock. After defeating him, just go north and make your way out
   of the forest. From here continue north and you'll reach upon a city!


                 ==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==
                                   Pewter City
                 ==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==
   - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
   Gym Leader : Brock

   Trainers   : Junior Trainer (m)
   - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

   Firstly before doing anything, heal at the Pokemon Center, for all of
   your Pokemons are probably tired out by now. Next go to the Pokemon
   Mart and stock up on Potions and Poke Balls.

   For those of you who've watch the show, probably know that the gym
   leader in this town is Brock. Brock uses rock Pokemons that can
   resist thunder type Pokemons. Now you must prepare your other Pokemon
   before heading into battle. First, make sure you have a Caterpie or
   a Metapod. If you don't go capture one at the Viridian Forest. Now you
   must level up your Caterpie or Metapod to level 10. Just a little bit
   to the south of the city, there is a grassy area. Train up there. If
   your Pokemon is too weak to battle, use the trick from the above
   section (Game Basics). I know it may seem a while but it'll be worth
   it. You also need a Nidoran, regardless of it's gender. train it up
   to at least level 12. You do not need to train you Pikachu, for it
   will be of no use against Brock.

   Once you have a Butterfree, go and buy at least 3 Potions. Trust me
   you'll need it. The Pewter City Gym is located west of the Pokemon
   Mart. Enter and it will look like this : 

   OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO  T = Trainer
   O     X         O
   O   Brock       O  As you can see, it's quite small. You can skip
   OOOOOO    OOOOOOO  the trainer by just going behind, but I would
   O               O  suggests you battle him for some trainning.
   O  O     OOOOO  O
   O   T           O  If you decided to battle him, he has a Level 9
   O  O     OOOOO  O  Diglett and Sandshrew. Use your Butterfree Confusion
   O               O  or Gust from your Pidgey to finish them quickly. You
   OOOOO[]   []OOOOO  will get $180 as a prize. Now don't be lazy, leave


   the gym and go back to the Pokemon Center to fully heal first. Once
   you've done so, head up to Brock!

   ---------------------------------------------------------------------
   TRAINER    :                   Brock                     :    TRAINER
   POKEMON    :         Lv.10 Geodude ; Lv.12 Onix          :    POKEMON
   WINNINGS   :        Boulder Badge ; $1188 ; TM34         :   WINNINGS
   DIFFICULTY :                  Normal+                    : DIFFICULTY

                               ~ STRATEGY ~
   For Brock's first Pokemon, he will use his Geodude. I recommend that
   you use all of your weak Pokemon and try to finish up Geodude first.
   For you will need to save your strong ones for the next enemy ahead.
   So use your Nidoran, Pikachu, Pidgey, Rattata or any other weak
   Pokemon and try to finish Geodude. Also, be sure to heal with a Potion
   every once in a while.

   After Geodude is done, Brock will sent out Onix! Onix will sometime
   use Screech to lower your defense, so be careful! If your defense gets
   to low he can finish you in a few hits! Onix will also use Bind a few
   times, but that's nothing to worry about, for it's pretty weak. The
   thing you should be careful of, is it's Bide attack. It will not
   attack for a few turns and then it will unleash energy, causing major
   damage! So get ready to heal before Onix uses it! You should still
   have your Butterfree, so use Confusion to do some damage. Pidgey's
   Gust will also work well. 
   ---------------------------------------------------------------------

   Now leave the gym and go heal at the Pokemon Center. Also buy some
   Potions or Poke Balls if you are in need of them. Leave town by going
   east of the Pokemon Mart.


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                                       Route 3
                 ==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==
   - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
   Trainers : Lass x3, Bug Catcher x3, Youngster x2
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                                ~ Route 3 Map ~
               _________________________________________
              |           Y                  L          |
              |                    BC                   |
              |BC                |           |          |
              |__   _____________|___________|BC_____   |
               ŻŻ   ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ|ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ|ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ To
       < Pewter                 L|         Y |     Mt. Moon
              |                  |           |
              |____________   ___|___________| BC = Bug Catcher
              |ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ   ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ|  L = Lass
              |                              |  Y = Youngster
              |______________________________| __ = Jumpable Ledge
                                               ŻŻ

   As you may see from the map above, that this is just a little maze.
   Just a quick note, the ledges are jumpable on top. Meaning you can
   jump off one. Use the map I created above to guide you through this
   little puzzle. I didn't make it for nothing you know ;) I suggest
   that you battle every trainer there, for you need the money and the
   experience for the battle ahead.

   Make your way to the other side and go east. You will come across a
   Lass. She only has a Jigglypuff, so make quick work of her. Now
   just continue following the path and you will end up at a Pokemon
   Center next to a cavern. Heal at the Pokemon Center as always.
    ___________________________
   !    F u n n y   N o t e    | Now leave the center and enter the
   !---------------------------| cave east of it. Be sure to have some
   !There is a man near the    | Potions before you go. You will need
   !PC in the Pokemon Center.  | it!
   !He will try to sell you a  |
   !Magikarp for $500. Don't   |
   !accept the offer! For you  |
   |can capture a bunch later. |
    ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ

                 ==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==
                                    Mt. Moon
                 ==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==
   - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
   Trainers  : Bug Catcher x2, Lass x2, Super Nerd x2, Rocket x3,
               Youngster, Hiker, Team Rocket

   Treasures : TM12, Potion x2, TM01, Escape Rope, Rare Candy, HP Up,
               Moon Stone
   - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

   As you start out, west of the entrance, there is a TM12. Get that
   and go straight north. There will be a Bug Catcher. Beat him and
   grab the  Potion to the northwest of him. Now go east and you'll
   see a Lass. She has a very strong Clefairy , so watch out! Continue
   following the trail and you'll see a ladder. Don't go down yet!
   From the ladder, go to the right part of the cavern. You will get
   an Escape Rope and a very useful Rare Candy. You'll spot a Bug
   Catcher, he's very simple, so i suggest fighting him. Southwest of
   him there is a Super Nerd. Beat him and get the Potion behind him.
   Now, from there just head all the way north and down the ladder.

   Follow the path you see here and it will lead you to another
   ladder. In this room, you will battle a man in Black Costume. He
   is the member of those atrocity Team Rocket! He has some weak
   Pokemon so no problems there. Once you beat him go and get the
   HP Up to the east. Now return all the way back to the main cavern.
   
   Instead go north and you'll get to a Lass. Beat her puny Pokemon
   and continue west. Now go down the ladder here. Follow the path to
   the west and then you'll end up t a big room. There is a man another
   Team Rocket Member! Beat his Ekans and Zubat! Then go up and get
   the TM01. Now return to the main cavern region. 

   Follow the path further and you'll get to a Youngster. Beat him and
   go north and you'll get to a Hiker. He has 2 Geodudes and 1 Onix,
   be careful! If you're to weak, I suggest you backtrack back to the
   Pokemon Center. Beat him and get the Moon Stone before going down
   the ladder.

   Follow the path and it will lead you to another ladder. Now go down
   the platform and you'll see a Rocket. This one is a little harder
   then before, but shouldn't be too difficult for you to take down.
   Once you've beaten him, follow the path to the east. It will take you
   to the south and west and then north of this cavern. You will see a
   Super Nerd. After beating him, he will let you choose one fossil as
   a prize. Pick wisely for you may only get one. Here is what they are
   going to turn to :

            Helix Fossil = Omanyte       Dome Fossil = Kabuto

   Be noted, that you cannot revive the fossil until later in the game.
   So don't get all excited for some reason. Now continuing following
   the path until... Team Rockets! 2 Team Rocket member (you should
   know who they are if you've watched the show) will come and challenge
   you!

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   TRAINER    :                 Team Rocket                 :    TRAINER
   POKEMON    :  Lv.14 Ekans ; Lv.14 Meowth ; Lv.14 Koffing :    POKEMON
   WINNINGS   :                    $420                     :   WINNINGS
   DIFFICULTY :                   Normal                    : DIFFICULTY

                               ~ STRATEGY ~
   Team Rocket can be difficult if your Pokemon is quite weak at the
   moment. That's why I suggested that you should go back to the Pokemon
   Center first. Ok, let's get to the strategies now.

   There first Pokemon is Ekans. It's pretty weak and simply, Butterfree
   or Pikachu can take care of it. Meowth is the hardest Pokemon they
   have. It's Bite and Scratch will do quite some damage if you're weak.
   So be sure to heal up! Koffing is nothing to worry about. Though it
   might poison your Pokemon if you don't finish it off quickly!
   ---------------------------------------------------------------------

   Once you've defeated them they will say the same line they say
   before. "Were blasting off again!". You will get bored of it very
   soon, I assure you. Anyhow, you must've been really bored being
   caught up in this cave. Go into the ladder and follow the path and
   you will be outside! Now just walk all the way east and you'll soon
   get to Cerulean City!


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                                   Cerulean City
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   - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
    Gym Leader : Misty

    Trainers   : Swimmer, Junior Trainer (f), Gary
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    What's the first thing you do when you enter a new city or town?
    You visit the Pokemon Center! Duh! So do so. After healing, go into
    the house left of the Pokemon Center. Enter and talk to the girl
    next to Bulbasaur. Now leave the house and go into the Pokemon Mart.
    Get plenty of Potions or Poke Balls for the trip ahead. But wait!
    What about the gym leader Misty?

    As mostly all of you have known already, Misty uses water based
    Pokemon. So what's good on water? Thunder! It's time for your
    Pikachu to shine! You will need to train it up to at least level 15
    or 16. There's a good place to train to the west of the city. In the
    grassy areas. But if you want to train faster, I suggest going
    straight in the gym and battle some trainers.

     ______________________
    |  ______|____|______  | X  = Trainers
    | |  ____|M   |__    | | M  = Misty
    | | |X           |   | | [] = Statue
    | |  ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ| |   | | O  = A Guy
    | |  |ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ  |   | |
    | |  | |ŻŻŻ| |ŻŻŻ    | | I suggest that you will only use your
    | |  | |___| |     X | | Pikachu for the trainer battles. For you
    | |  |____   |       | | will need to train it! If you want to skip
    | |       |   ŻO|    | | the trainers, you may, but you're going to
    |  ŻŻŻŻŻ|[]  []_|____| | regret it.
    |_______|     |________|

    So just go around and battle with your Pikachu. The first trainer,
    Swimmer (the one in the water) has Horsea and a Shellder, both at
    level 16. The Junior Trainer (f) has a level 19 Goldeen! So it might
    put up a fight for your Pikachu. Now after beating both of them, go
    to the Pokemon Center and heal before going up against Misty.


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   TRAINER    :                   Misty                     :    TRAINER
   POKEMON    :       Lvl.18 Staryu ; Lvl.21 Starmie        :    POKEMON
   WINNINGS   :        Cascade Badge ; $2079 ; TM11         :   WINNINGS
   DIFFICULTY :                  Normal+                    : DIFFICULTY

                               ~ STRATEGY ~
   Your first battle will be against Staryu. I suggest using your weak
   Pokemon on it and try to take it down first. If they fail, then sent
   out your Pikachu to finish it. Staryu only uses Water Gun so it
   shouldn't be to difficult to take it down.

   Now after you've defeated Staryu, the true match begins. Starmie, the
   evolve form of Staryu, is very strong. Before doing anything,
   Paralyze it first. Then hit away with Thundershock! A good strategy
   is to keep your Pikachu alive the whole time. Once it gets too weak,
   sent out another Pokemon. Then instead of attacking with the newer
   Pokemon, just heal Pikachu until it's HP is full again. Then sent
   out Pikachu.

   Your other Pokemons won't be able to do a lot to Starmie because of
   it's high defense. To make it worse, Misty will sometime use X
   Defense to boost up it's defense! Thundershock will be the only thing
   that will be effective. Keep your Pikachu alive!
   ---------------------------------------------------------------------

   Leave the gym once you've acquire your new badge. That's two down six
   more to go! Heal at the Pokemon Center, then go into the house to the
   east of it (the one with the Bulbasaur). Talk to the girl and she
   will say that she will need a good trainer to take care of her
   Pokemon. That trainer is you! You now have a Bulbasaur. I suggest you
   go and train it up. It will be very strong once its leveled up!

   Now for the future battle, you will need a rock Pokemon. I hope you'd
   capture a Geodude or Sandshrew, for they will be very strong in the
   next gym battle.

   So let's continue with the walkthrough, shall we? Go north of
   Cerulean. Gary will then come out to battle you!

   ---------------------------------------------------------------------
   TRAINER    :                   Gary                      :    TRAINER
   POKEMON    :      Lvl.18 Spearow ; Lvl.15 Sandshrew      :    POKEMON
   POKEMON    :         Lvl.15 Rattata ; Lvl.17 Eevee       :    POKEMON
   WINNINGS   :                   $595                      :   WINNINGS
   DIFFICULTY :                   Easy+                     : DIFFICULTY

                               ~ STRATEGY ~
   Finish up Spearow quickly with your Pikachu's Thundershock. It will be
   super effective against it. Gary's Sandshrew will use Sand-Attack to
   lower your accuracy, so finish it off quickly. Rattata is very weak,
   so no problem there. As for Eevee, it will also try to lower your
   accuracy as Sandshrew. Just finish up quickly.

   ---------------------------------------------------------------------

   Once the battle is over, go back to the Pokemon Center and fully heal
   before going further north.

                 ==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==
                             Route 24, 25 &  Sea Cottage
                 ==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==
   - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
   Trainers  : Hiker x3, Junior Trainer (m) x2, Lass x4, Youngster x3
               Bug Catcher, Rocket

   Treasures : TM 45, TM19
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   As you continue going north you will have to fight a segment of
   trainers. Here's some information about them.

   Bug Catcher 
   Pokemons : Lvl.14 Caterpie ; Lvl.14 Weedle
   Prize    : $140

   Lass
   Pokemons : Lvl.14 Pidgey ; Lvl. 14 Nidoran (f)
   Prize    : $210

   Youngster
   Pokemons : Lvl.14 Rattata ; Lvl.14 Ekans ; Lvl.14 Zubat
   Prize    : $210

   Lass
   Pokemons : Lvl.16 Pidgey ; Lvl.16 Nidoran (f)
   Prize    : $210

   Junior Trainer (m)
   Pokemons : Lvl.18 Mankey
   Prize    : $360

   Rocket
   Pokemons : Lvl.15 Ekans ; Lvl.15 Zubat
   Prize    : Nugget ; $450

   The Nugget isn't use for anything. You can sell it for $5000 at a
   Pokemon Mart though. Let's continue. If you're too weak, don't
   hesitate to go back to the previous Pokemon Center in Cerulean. To
   the northwest of the bridge you will see a man. Don't worry no
   battles here. Talk to him. He will say that he hates to abandon
   his Charmander. He will ask you to take care of it for him. Do so!
   Congratulation! Now you have a Bulbasaur and a Charmander! Just like
   Bulbasaur, you should train Charmander so it can be stronger.

   Grab the TM45 near the man and then go east. There is a little simple
   maze for you. I'll do my best to map it out.

                            |ŻŻOŻŻŻŻYŻOŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻOIŻŻŻŻŻOŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ
                            |  O      O              O      O
                            |                        OOOOJOT      Y
   |ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻHŻŻ     O   O  O     Y      O    O       O
   |                          OO        O     OO     O   vO       O
   |______________________O       OH    O            O        OO
    ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ   O    OO    O     L      O        O
   < Back To Bridge          O          O     O         H     O
   -----------------------------------------------------------------
   H = Hiker              | Use this map to help you get through the
   Y = Youngster          | little maze. Note, the 'Os' are the rocks.
   L = Lass               | 
   J = Junior Trainer (m) | Also, stand to where the 'v' symbol shows. 
   I = TM19               | Why? If you stand there, the Junior Trainer
   v = Stand There        | will come and challenge you. After you beat
   T = Tree               | him, there will be a path to the TM19 now.
   ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ
   If you've missed it, you will need the ability 'Cut', which can be
   acquire later, to open the path to the TM. After defeating the Lass,
   near the house, you can now enter it.

    Your Pikachu will rush up to the strange creature. Talk to it, to see
    what it is. It turns out that he is Bill the Pokemaniac. He will ask
    for your help for the Teleporter. Once he has enter the teleporter,
    to and use the PC on the desk. It will then turn Bill back to normal.
    For your reward, Bill will give you a S.S. Ticket! Which will be use
    for the ship in Vermillion City. Now return back to Cerulean City.


                 ==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==
                          Cerulean City , Route 5 & 6
                 ==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==
   - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
   Trainers  : Rocket, Bug Catcher x2, Junior Trainer (m) x2,
               Junior Trainer (f) x2

   Treasures : TM28
   - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

   Heal and buy some Potions. Then go into the house north of the gym
   (there's an officer standing in front of it). Enter and talk to
   some of the people. It seems that Team Rocket has robbed the house!
   Leave the house through the back way and talk to the guy in the
   black suit. He's with Team Rocket! Now you must battle him!!

   He has a Level 17 Machop and a Level 17 Drowzee. You can defeat
   the Machop easily with a flying type or psychic type move. The
   Drowzee on the other hand is a bit difficult. But shouldn't be to
   tough for you to deal with. After you win you'll receive $510 as a
   prize and a TM28 as well. TM28, contains Dig. It's a very useful
   ability for the next gym battle and for in caves as well. Teach it
   to your rock Pokemon.

   Now don't be lazy. return and heal at the Pokemon Center. Before
   leaving Cerulean. Go back to the house that you've got dig from and
   continue going south from the back entrance. No battles here or
   anything to do but go south. You may also stop by at the Day Care
   house (in the middle path) to drop off a Pokemon. The Day Care man
   will raise it for you. Anyhow, southeast of the Day Care center is
   a Underground Path to Vermillion City. So take it! In the
   Underground Path, there is nothing to do but to go straight south.
    Also listen to the catchy tune ^_^ 

   You should now end up on Route 6. I suggest you go around searching
   for the trainers and battling them. You will need your rock/ground
   type Pokemon up to at least level 20 for the battle ahead. Once
   you've defeated all trainers, just continue going south and you'll
   soon reach Vermillion.


                 ==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==
                            Vermillion City , S.S. Anne
                 ==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==
   - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
   Trainers  : Gentleman x4, Lass x2, Youngster, Sailor x7,
               Fisherman x2, Gary

   Treasures : TM08, Great Ball, Max Potion, Ether, TM44, Max Ether,
               Rare Candy, HM01
   - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

   Heal at the Pokemon Center. Get some items if you need to. Just
   do anything you want for now. Once you're ready go to the east
   part of Vermillion, and go south on the harbor. Don't worry about
   the gym for now. Since you can't get in it anyways. Talk to the
   guy that is blocking you access from the S.S. Anne. Show him the
   ticket, you've achieve earlier to pass. Dock the ship.

   Inside, there are many rooms and trainers. I suggest you go in each
   and battle all of them. There will also be some useful items here.
   So just go around every room and battle every trainer you see.
   Noted, before going up the stairs on the west side of this place, go
   to the southwest side of this floor. You should be at the kitchen. To
   the west there is three garbage cans. The last one (furthers
   south) has a Great Ball!. Now leave the kitchen and go back to the
   main deck. Before going upstairs, go downstairs first. The stairs is
   located on the southeast part of this deck, incase you haven't
   notice.
    ____________________________
   !            T I P           !  Do the same thing here, that you did
   !----------------------------!  before. Go into every room and fight
   !Do not hesitate to go back  !  every trainer and get any items you
   !to the Pokemon Center. You  !  may see. There are some useful items
   !will need to be fully heal  !  on this floor. Get them all and beat
   !for a tough match later.    !  everyone before returning to the main
    ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ   deck.

   Now you can go up the stairs located west of the entrance you came
   in from. Now you should be on the second floor. Go south and go up
   the stairs you see. Follow the path and you'll end up on the main
   deck. All the trainers here are sailors with water Pokemon. Excellent
   trainning for your Pikachu and Bulbasaur. Now return to the 2nd floor.

   Now go into all of the room to the east and battle every trainer and
   get all the items like before. Now before you continue to go north. I
   highly suggest fully healing your Pokemon at the Pokemon Center
   first. For you are going to fight a tough nemesis. Once your Pokemon
   is 100% healed continue onward from before. Gary will unexpectedly
   show up to challenge you as you approach the stairs to the Captain's
   Chamber.

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   TRAINER    :                    Gary                     :    TRAINER
   POKEMON    :      Lvl.19 Spearow ;  Lvl.16 Rattata       :    POKEMON
   POKEMON    :      Lvl.18 Sandshrew ; Lvl.20 Eevee        :    POKEMON
   WINNINGS   :                   $1300                     :   WINNINGS
   DIFFICULTY :                   Easy+                     : DIFFICULTY

                               ~ STRATEGY ~
   As you can see, Gary has barely improved from the last battle you had
   with him. His first Pokemon is a Spearow as always. So use your
   Pikachu's Thundershock and you may kill it within at least 2 turns.
   The next opponent is Rattata. Also very easy to defeat. I use my rock
   Pokemon, Geodude, to get the experience for the battle ahead.
   Sandshrew is also easy to take down if your Bulbasuar knows the Vine
   Whip ability. As for Eevee, finish it off before it can harm you. It
   will rarely attack, for it will try to lower your stats most of the
   time. Not a tough match for you.
   ---------------------------------------------------------------------

   Now go up the stairs to the Captain's Chamber. Talk to the captain
   and Ash will rub his back to make him feel better. He will give you
   the HM01 as a reward! The HM01 let's your Pokemon learn the Cut
   ability. In case you don't know what's the difference between an HM
   and a TM I'll explain it. An HM will also let's you learn an ability
   that it contains just like the TM. But the difference is that the HM
   can be use over and over again for as many time as you can. The TM
   can only be use once. Now you can leave the S.S. Anne. As you merely
   got out of the ship, it wills departure. Oh well there go your ride :(


                 ==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==
                                 Vermillion City
                 ==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==
   - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
   Gym Leader : Lt. Surge

   Trainers   : Sailor, Rocker, Gentleman
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   Now that you've got the ability 'Cut', you may cut the tree that is
   blocking your way to the Vermillion City gym now. But I wouldn't
   suggest going there until you have made some preparation first.

   First of all make sure you teach the ability 'Dig' to Geodude or
   Sandshrew. Preferable Geodude, because it's stronger. Then level up
   your Rock/Ground Pokemons to at least level 20. Train north of the
   city. For there will be weaker Pokemon there. Now that that's all
   set, buy some Super Potion at the Pokemon Mart. Preferable 5 at
   most. Now make sure all of your Pokemos are fully heal. First off,
   before going to the gym, talk to the officer standing in the middle
   of the city. You might recognize her as officer Jenny from the show.
   Once all the chatting is over. Go south and use the newly achieve
   ability 'Cut' and go into the gym.

    _______________________ -----------------  
   |                       | [] = Statue     | Defeat all the trainers
   |                       | T  = Tipper     | first off. So they won't
   |_________   ___________| S  = Sailor     | bother you. The, leave
   |ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ===ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ| G  = Gentleman  | and heal at the Pokemon
   |                     G | O  = Trash Bin  | Center one last time
   | O    O    O    O    O |-----------------  before the battle. Now
   |      R                | come back into the gym. You will see three
   | O    O    O    O    O | rows of five trash bin. The main objective
   |S                      | here is to find the 2 correct switch in the
   | O    O    O    O    O | trash bin to open up the door. They are
   |                       | randomly place, so I cannot tell you where
   |        []T  []        | to look. Be noted, if you find the first
   |                       | and you can't find the second one, you will
   |                       | have to find the first one again. Here's a
    ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ     ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ  major hint. The second switch is always next
   to the first one. So find the two and the electric door will open up.
   Save before the battle! Just in case...

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   TRAINER    :                 Lt. Surge                   :    TRAINER
   POKEMON    :               Lvl.28 Raichu                 :    POKEMON
   WINNINGS   :         Thunder Badge ; $2772 ; TM24        :   WINNINGS
   DIFFICULTY :                  Normal+                    : DIFFICULTY

                               ~ STRATEGY ~
   Though the lieutenant only have 1 Pokemon. That Pokemon can easily
   take out your whole party! I suggest you start off with the weaker
   Pokemons first. Save your Rock/Ground type(s) for later. Firstly
   use your Pikachu or any other Pokemon that can paralyze on Raichu.
   that would cut the opponent’s speed and chances of defeating your
   Pokemon. Now use all of your weak Pokemon and try to get it's HP
   lower. If all of your weak Pokemon dies, you should still have a
   Rock/Ground type to finish up the job.
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   Leave the gym. Use Cut to get rid of the tree. Go and talk to Officer
   Jenny, that you've spoken with before. She will say that you are the
   right trainer to take care of Squirtle. She will give you the water
   Pokemon! Go to the Pokemon Center and get your newly acquire Pokemon.
   Now that you have Bulbasaur, Charmander and Squirtle, I suggest you
   train them to their second evolution. Teach your Squirtle the TM11
   you've receive from the gym leader Misty before. Your Squirtle will
   now know the Water Gun ability! You may also teach your Pikachu the
   Thunderbolt ability from the TM24 from Lt. Surge if you want to.

   Now, I'm going to lead you to a kind of sidequests. It doesn't take
   very long so don't worry. First go into the house next to the
   Pokemon Center. Talk to the Fisherman. He will ask if you like to
   fish. Answer yes and you'll receive the Old Rod! You many now catch
   water Pokemons in lakes or on the shore of the ocean! Second, leave
   the place and go inside the Pokemon Fan Club, located north of the
   gym. Pikachu will rush up and inspect the weird looking Pokemon.
   Talk to the man all the way to the north. He is the leader of the
   Fan Club. Hear him brag about his Pokemon stories. After the long
   blabbering, he will hand you the Bike Voucher! That thing is a
   coupon for getting a bike in Cerulean City! So! What are you waiting
   for? Off to Cerulean again!

   Walk all the way north back to Cerulean. You can pick up the Pokemon
   at the Day Care center if you'd left one there. Back at Cerulean, go
   to the Bike Shop located due west of the Pokemon Mart. Talk to the
   shopkeeper to exchange your Bike Voucher for a Bicycle! Now take your
   newly acquire vehicle and go back to Vermillion City. Noted, you can
   use your bicycle in the Underground Tunnel on the way!

   Once back at Vermillion, heal and buy some items if you need to. East
   of the S.S. Anne harbor, there is a cave there. In the cave, there
   are only some Diglett and some Dugtrio if you're lucky. So use your
   Squirtle and it's Bubble Beam ability or Bulbsaur and it's Vine Whip
   ability to defeat them more easily.


                 ==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==
                   Diglett's Cave , Route 2 , Vermillion City
                 ==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==
   - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
   Treasures : HM05, HP UP, Moon Stone
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   The cave is fairly short to get through. Once you are inside, talk to
   the man if you wish. Then go down the ladder to the lower level. Now
   just follow the path west and soon north to get out. Since this is a
   fairly small place, you might want to train up a little bit and capture
   a Diglett. Also if you're lucky, you might find a strong Dugtrio once
   in a while. Try to capture the strong Pokemon! Anyway, make your way
   to the other end of the cave and you'll see a way out.

   You are currently on Route 2. from the cave go directly south. You
   may go inside the house you see if you like. Inside there is a boy
   that will wish to trade you a Mr. Mime for your Clefairy. If you do
   not have one, don't worry, you can trade later. Now just continue
   going the direction you were going. Cut through the bush you see
   (south of the house) and go all the way south into a large building.
   Inside, talk to the guy in the lab coat with the glasses. It seems
   that he is one of Prof. Oak's aide! If you have capture at least 10
   different kind of Pokemons he will give you a special item, the HM05!
   Which contains the ability lash. Very useful for your next
   destination! If you do not have enough Pokemon, I suggest
   backtracking back to the previous areas. But the walkthrough will
   have to go on. So I'm not going to tell you anything there.

   Anyhow, I suggest teaching the ability to your Butterfree (you should
   have on). It only good for now, the ability will be useless in the
   future. leave the place and you will see an HP Up. Continue going
   south once the item is acquired. You will also come across another
   Moon Stone, just south of the HP Up. Now that, return back to
   Diglett's Cave. Go back to Vermillion City! Heal at the Pokemon
   Center, get some items, do as you wish. Once you are ready, travel
   all the way back to Cerulean City (located north of Vermillion).


                 ==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==
                            Cerulean City , Route 9
                 ==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==

   Nothing much to do here now. There is a tree to the right of the gym,
   CUT through it and you will be on Route 9. The route looks something
   like this : 

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   O                      _____        |       |           C
   O                     |     |       |       |           O
   O_______________( )___|     |       |       |           N
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   < To Cerulean     |         |ŻŻŻŻŻ Y|_______|ŻŻ         I
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           |_________|         |_________|ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ|__       E
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           |X          H                 |       |         !
           |_____________________________|       |         !
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   X = TM30
   L = Lass
   H = Hiker
   Y = Youngster
   B = Bug Catcher
   __= Jumpable Ledge
   ŻŻ

   Using the ASCII map you see before you, try and steer through the
   first half of the puzzle. Don't forget to pick up that nifty TM30 (X)
   before you leave. Sorry I cannot make the full map with the room I
   have to work with, so I will continue the second segment right below.

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       |      |ŻŻ   ŻŻŻŻŻ|      |__  _______________|      |ŻŻŻ|
       |______|          |______|ŻŻ  ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ|      |   |
                                                    |      |   |_____
                                                    |______|
                   J                   B    |ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ|    L Rock Tunnel >
   |              |ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ|    |ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ|    |       |
   |__   _________|       |    |       |    |       |
   ŻŻŻ   ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ|       |    |       |    |       |_________      |ŻŻŻ
                  |_______|____|_______|__  |       |ŻŻŻŻ|    |_____|
                           ŻŻŻŻ         ŻŻ  |       |    |    |ŻŻŻŻŻ|
            |ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ|__  __________________|_______|____|____|_____|_
            |        |ŻŻ  ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ
            |        |
            |________|

   B = Bug Catcher
   J = Jr. Trainer (M)
   H = Hiker
   L = Lass

   I know that it kind of hard for you to see, but that is the best I can
   do. It's all a little maze as you can see, very easy to maneuver
   through. Make your way to Rock Tunnel. Before entering the dungeon,
   heal and save at the nearby Pokemon Center. Then approach the tunnel.
   Note, there is a Lass you can battle nearby. Fight her if you wish.


                 ==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==
                                   Rock Tunnel
                 ==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==
   - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
   Trainers  : PokeManiac x4, Jr. Trainer (F) x6, Hiker x6
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    __________________________________
   !                T I P             ! Upon entering, you will notice
   !----------------------------------! that the background is very
   !Your Pokemons should be more then ! dark. You can barely see
   !level 20 by now. Or at least close! anything. Believe it or not,
   !The Rock Tunnel contains mainly   ! I've actually complete the
   !Rock type Pokemons. So Squirtle & ! place without lighting it up.
   !Bulbasaur should get a good       ! But anyway, to make it easier
   !trainning. They should be evolved ! on yourself, use the Flash
   !by now.                           ! ability and the place will be
    ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ  lighted up. If you haven't get
   the ability yet, then check above. Let's move on!

   from the stairs go southeast and you will reach a PokeManiac. Defeat
   him fast and follow the path to the northeast region of the place.
   Go down the ladder that you see. Now follow the path southwest and
   you will encounter another PokeManiac. Use Pikachu's thunder-based
   abilities to finish his Slowpoke fast. Follow the path until you
   see a path to the north. Take it. Don't bother going west there isn't
   anything there. After the easy match with the Jr. trainer (F),
   continue following the path. You will meet up with some other
   trainers here. But nothing to worry about, they are all easy. Now go
   to the ladder located to the northwest area.

   From the area you are at now go down and battle the Hiker you see.
   Then continue south to battle another Hiker if you want to. The
   stairs here are located to southeast part of where you came in
   from. There will be a Hiker nearby it.

   In this area, You will see 2 directions to go to the left of the
   stairs you came in from. There is nothing to the north so forget
   about it. Go the other direction. Battle the Jr. Trainer (F),
   then you will see 3 paths. Don't sidetrack by going north or south,
   instead go the path with the Hiker (the west path). Then from there
   go north and you will battle a PokeManiac. Go to the ladder located
   north him.

   Woo! You're almost out! Just last for only a little bit more then
   you're out of here! From the stairs go south, you will have to battle
   the two Jr. Trainer (F). Once you have defeat them go and follow the
   path and you will end up at another Jr. Trainer (F). Garr... After
   you beat her go a little more and you will see a ladder to get out
   of here!


                 ==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==
                          Route 10 & 8 & 7 , Lavender Town
                 ==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==
   - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
   Trainers  : Jr. Trainer (F), Hiker x2, PokeManiac, Lass x4,
               Gambler x2, Super Nerd x3, 

   Treasures : Max Ether
   - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

   Finally! You are out of that stinky cave! Right next to the entrance
   is a Jr. Trainer (F). if you still have some Pokemon alive and in
   good condition, you might as well go around this area and battle all
   of the trainers. If you don't want to you can just go directly south
   and you will hit a town. Heal and re-equip there. But for now, I
   will write the walkthrough base on what I do. So go around and battle
   everyone in the route. Your Pokemon will need the trainning and you
   will need the money. 
    ________________________  Anyhow, once you are done, go south and
   |      S E C R E T S     | you will reach the town of Lavender. Sadly
   |------------------------| there are no gym in this town, and there
   |There is a bush to the  | isn't anything much to do here. There
   |east of the Rock Tunnel | isn't much to do here. All I can tell you
   |entrance. Click the A   | for now, is that you will return to this
   |button on the left side | town later to do something here. Let's
   |of it. You will receive | continue with the walkthrough.
   |a Max Ether!            |
    ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ  Once you are done with the town, go west.
   On this Route, there is a lot of trainers. This will be a very good
   opportunity to train. I suggest you battle everyone. Remember that
    _____________________________  Lavender is only a few steps away,
   !             T I P           ! don't hesitate to go heal if you
   !-----------------------------! have to once in a while. 
   !This is an awesome chance for!
   !you to train your Charmeleon ! Once you have defeated everyone
   !for the gym battle ahead. It ! continue following the path west.
   !should be on at least lvl 25 ! You will see a big building
   !by now. If not, TRAIN!!      ! blocking the path to the west. You
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   Instead go into the Underground Path to the north. It will take
   you to Route 7. From there just go a little bit west and you will
   reach Celadon City!


                 ==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==
                                   Celadon City
                 ==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==
   - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
   Gym Leader : Erika

   Trainers   : Jr. Trainer (F), Beauty x3, Lass x2, Cool Trainer (F)

   Treasures  : TM18, Eevee
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   Unlike the one creepy town of Lavender, Celadon is a very active
   and huge place. There are many things to do here. I will guide you
   through this gigantic place. Note, there will be something to do
   here later on, but let just focus on the gym battle for now.

   As you might have notice, there are some Team Rocket member
   walking in town. But you will know why they are here later. Now
   let's do something... Take the path to the north right of the
   Pokemon Center. Follow it north and then west, enter the backside
   of the large building. Climb up all the stairs until you've reached
   the final floor. Enter the room you see. There will be a ball on the
   table in this room. Grab it and you have obtain an Eevee!! Now you
   can turn it into any of it's 3 form if you wish. You will simply need
   the stone for it. It can be purchase in this city. So leave that
   building and go find the PokeMart. You can't really miss it, for it
   is a huge building!

   The PokeMart is about triple the size of any of the marts you will
   see in the world! It has many different floors you can go to (by
   using the elevator or by going up by stairs). Check the POKEMART
   section of the FAQ to find out about the place. Anyway, go to 3F
   and talk to the guy at the counter, he will give you a TM18.

   Travel up to the sixth floor of the building (you can only go up to
   5 in the elevator, you will have to go up 1 set of stairs to reach
   it). Examine the soda machine. You will need to buy some sort of
   drink. Doesn't really matter which kind you pick. Just buy one drink
   and save it for later. DO NOT USE IT NOW!! You are now done with this
   building.

   Now it's time for the Celadon Gym. Make any final trainning if you
   want to (there is a grassy area outside of Celadon to the right). Get
   some Super Potions, Antidote and Revive if you want to. Then go to
   the southern part of this massive city. Cut down the tree and follow
   the path to the gym.
    ____________________
   |                    | Inside, make sure that you go around and
   |    ()()()()()()    | battle all of the trainers. It is handy to
   |()  () B E C L()    | have some Paralyze heal and Antidote, for they
   |    T          T   J| will sometime cast status effect attacks on
   |   B()        ()    | your Pokemon. Don't hesitate to heal again at
   |    ()        ()    | the Pokemon center. I had to do it twice
   |    ()()()TT()()    | before fighting Erika. Once everyone is
   |    ()()    ()()    | defeated, heal for the final time and go fight
   |()           B    ()| the gym leader of Celadon Gym, Erika!
   |    L               |
   |   ()()      ()()   |
   |   ()()      ()()   |
   |    []        []    |
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   TRAINER    :                   Erika                     :    TRAINER
   POKEMON    :      Lv.30 Tangela ; Lv.32 Weepinbell       :    POKEMON
   POKEMON    :                 Lvl.32 Gloom                :    POKEMON
   WINNINGS   :        Rainbow Badge ; $3168 ; TM21         :   WINNINGS
   DIFFICULTY :                  Normal+                    : DIFFICULTY

                               ~ STRATEGY ~
   The first Pokemon you will face will be Tangela. It isn't very
   difficult to beat. It mainly uses constant attacks like Bind and
   Constrict. Though they are annoying, it won't do any major damage on
   you. Quickly finish it off with Charmeleon's Ember. Though it might
   take a few round, due to the enormous HP Tangela have.

   Be sure to keep your Charmeleon in top shape for the next opponent!
   I suggest that you bring out your other Pokemon to weaken her
   Weepinbell. The Acid attack from it can be lethal! Weak it and then
   once you feel that it is the right time, sent out Charmeleon and 
   use Ember or sent out Butterfree to use it's confusion attack. Both
   are super effective against the enemy. Also note, Erika might heal
   it during the battle once in a while so finish it up quickly!

   Her last Pokemon will be Gloom. Heal your Charmeleon or Butterfree if
   you have to. Just one more to go! Gloom will also use acid just like
   Weepinbell. So have those Super Potion nearby. Also watch out for the
   continuously attack call Pedal Dance! it will attack with a grass
   type attack continuously! If you use Charmeleon it will not be very
   effective.
   ---------------------------------------------------------------------

   Whew! After that toughie battle, there is only one thing for you to
   do now. Go HEAL! Heal up at the center and get some items if you want
   to, for there will be one more thing to finish up at this city. And
   it won't be easy!


                 ==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==
                             Celadon City (Game Corner)
                 ==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==
   - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
   Trainers  : Rocket x10, Team Rocket

   Treasures : Coin Case, Escape Rope, Rare Candy, TM10, TM02, Lift Key,
               HP Up, Nugget, Moon Stone, TM07, Super Potion,
               Hyper Potion, Iron, Silph Scope, HM02
   - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

   Now before you enter the Game Corner you will need a Coin Case. To
   acquire one travel to the dinner place right south of Game Corner
   (The first house you see). Inside talk to that nerd-like guy in the
   corner of the place. He will give you his Coin Case because he sucks
   at gambling :P Now travel to the Game Corner. Incase you don't know
   where it is, it is a large looking building to the southeast of the
   Pokemon Center. At the game Corner, you may play some slot machines
   and save some coins for good prizes. But this part of the FAQ won't
   go that far. Check the Sidequest section of the guide to get an
   in-depth look at the game Corner mini-game.

   Anyhow, to the north of the place you will see a rocket member in
   front of a poster. talk to him and he will challenge you! Defeat his
   useless Raticate and Zubat quickly. Once he is defeated, he will say
   something about his "hideout" have been discovered. Let's follow him.
   Examine the poster he was guarding. there seem to be a switch under
   it! It will open a hidden door to the lower section of the Game
   Corner, the Rocket's Hideout! Enter the place.

   This place consist of four floors. We start at the first one.

   1F : Start by going the west path. There will be a Rocket Member,
   beat him and then go into the room to the south. There you will get
   an Escape Rope. Now go the other room located to the east of this
   floor. There will be a Rocket guarding the entrance, so you must
   battle him. If you check the room there will be a locked door. We
   must get the key to unlock it. Go down the stairs (located to the
   right of the one you came in from).

   2F : This is a huge room and it is a big maze also. But it will also
   contains some valuable items for you. Start out by going south of
   the stairs you came in from. There you will have to battle another
   Rocket. Now before tackling the maze, don't you want some good items
   first? Well go down the stair to the north of the Rocket guy.

   3F : From the stairs, go south and battle another Rocket. Once he
   is defeated, go further south and get the TM10 there. Now go back and
   go west from the stairs this time. This will be another maze, but it
   is much smaller. I will try to illustrate it for you.
    __________________________________________________
   |                                                  | Kind of confusing
   |                                     S            | isn't it? But
   |_____________________     _                       | that is the best
   |_____________________|   | |__________            | I can draw it.
   |                         |  __________|           | Just using the
   |[][][]     [][][][][][]  | |                      | sliders, make
   | ()  <<   >>  ()         | |             R________| yourself to the
   |[] []  [][][]    v [][][]| |            |_________| stairs. It will
   |  >>     ()    ^ v [][][]| |                      | take you to the
   |  [][] []  []  ^   [][][]| |      TM10            | final floor.
   |  [][] []>>    Rare Candy| |        X             |
   |       >>   >>   ()     X| |______________________|
   |  [][]>> ^        ^  [][]| |______________________|
   |   >>    ^   v[][]^  [][]| |         K E Y        |
   |  >>     ^   v[][]       | |----------------------|
   |[][][]^ [][]  [][]()     | |S...............Stairs|
   |      ^ []      |  _|  S | |R...............Rocket|
   |   R            | |      | |X.................Item|
   |             () | |      | |[].................Box|
   |_______     [][]| |      | |>>.........Left Slider|
   |_______|   |ŻŻŻŻ  |      | |<<........Right Slider|
   |            ŻŻŻŻŻŻ       | |v..........Down Slider|
   |                         | |^............Up Slider|
   |_________________________|_|()......Slider Stopper|
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   4F : You cannot do anything in this floor yet. But let's might
   as well pick up some items while we're here. Go to the most northern
   room and grab the TM02. Then battle the Rocket you see. Once you beat
   him, he will drop a Lift Key! Now go to the room to the south of that
   and grab the HP Up on the table. Now you must backtrack yourself back
   to Floor 2. Read the above if you need to, just get all the way back
   to 2F!

   2F : Now you can go through this gigantic maze! Since I couldn't
   possibly draw you an ASCII art for this, I will try to guide you
   through the old fashion simple way. Left of the Rocket, that you have
   defeated there 2 left slider. Take either one it doesn't matter. If
   you take the north one, take the one that is going up. it will take
   you to the far left side of the room. Now here is the tricky part.
   Make your way back to right but do not get on a slider! You should
   see a Nugget. Now this time, go south and get the Moon Stone. Now,
   go on the right slider that leads you to the item to the right of
   the stone. The item is an TM07! Now to the south of the item you will
   see three sliders. 2 to the south and 1 that leads north. Go on the
   left south one. Now there will be 2 choices. For there is 2 sliders
   to the right. Take the south one. Now go on the slider that is to
   the left (the one that is going right).  You should now see 2 sliders
   going left, right south of you. Take anyone you want. Both should
   lead you to the western part of the maze. Now there will be 2 sliders
   going north. Take the one on the right. then make your way to the
   item you see. It's a Super Potion! Now retrace yourself all the way
   back to the place where you saw the 2 sliders going left. But this
   time take the north one. Now go on the final slider going east and
   you're out! Sorry cannot explain this puzzle well. It isn't so hard
   anyway, just read this over and over and you should get it. Now
   before you go on the elevator, go up the stairs back to F1.

   This is simple just battle the 2 Rockets in this room. Then get the
   Hyper Potion, to the right of the second Rocket member. Now return
   to the previous floor and go into the elevator. You can now unlock
   it because you have the Lift Key. You can go straight to 4F but I
   recommend that you go and get some trainning first. So return to 1F
   in the elevator. and battle the Rocket there. Now if you are weak
   from all of the battling, I suggest you go back and heal. It will be
   a quick trip back up thanks to the elevator. Once you're ready go to
   4F in the elevator.

   4F : The first step you take Team Rocket will show up. Remember them
   from Mt. Moon? Now let's beat the heck out of them again!

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   TRAINER    :                 Team Rocket                 :    TRAINER
   POKEMON    :  Lv.25 Koffing ; Lv.25 Meowth ; Lv.25 Ekans :    POKEMON
   WINNINGS   :                    $750                     :   WINNINGS
   DIFFICULTY :                    Easy                     : DIFFICULTY

                               ~ STRATEGY ~
   Finish their Koffing up with the ability Dig. One hit will take it
   down. A few quilt move from your Pikachu and their Meowth will go
   down. You can probably guess which Pokemon is next. Ekans! So easy
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   After the pathetic match, watch them blast off once more. Now before
   going north, go west and grab the Iron before you do. Now continue
   onward! Go up and talk to the man you see.

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   TRAINER    :                  Giovanni                   :    TRAINER
   POKEMON    :  Lv.25 Onix ; Lv.24 Rhyhorn ; Lv.29 Persian :    POKEMON
   WINNINGS   :              $2871 ; Silph Scope            :   WINNINGS
   DIFFICULTY :                   Normal                    : DIFFICULTY

                               ~ STRATEGY ~
   The first enemy will he Giovanni's Onix. Simple, if you have teach
   the Mega Dragin ability (from Erika the gym leader) to your Bulbasaur
   then you can take out Onix without any problem. If not, then use Dig.
   Onix will mainly uses Rage, which will do tiny damage at first, so
   finish it off quickly. Now for Rhyhorn! Another rock type Pokemon. So
   use the same strategy you'd used on Onix to it. the lst Pokemon the
   guy have is Persian. Since it has a fighting-type weakness, use a
   Pokemon with a fighting ability. If you do not have one, simply beat
   it fast with your Pikachu. Oh yeah, did I forget to mention that
   Giovanni will use Guard Spec. and some other status raising items to
   his Persian. But it will still be no match for you.
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   After the match, the leader of the rockets will drop an item. Which
   turns out to be a Silph Scope! It will allow you to see ghost
   Pokemon! Now you should know where to go next ;) First of all leave
   this creepy place. Heal yourself and pick up some items for your
   needs. Now go to the western part of Celdaon. You will see a tree
   and a sleeping Pokemon. First Cut the tree and enter the large
   building you see. Now continue west of the building and you will
   reach a house. Talk to the girl inside and you will receive HM02!
   Which teaches your bird-flying type Pokemon the Fly ability! This
   is very useful to getting around much quicker. You can now instantly
   fly back to all of the previous locations you came to. So use it to
   fly back to Lavender Town or continue on by foot if you do not have
   any bird-flying type Pokemon.


                 ==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==
                        Route 7 & 8, Lavender Town (Revisit)
                 ==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==

   Now leave Celadon and go through the east path to Route 7 once
   again. Before you go down the Underground Road, go into the large
   building to the right. Talk to the guard and give him a soda. He 
   will now let you pass! But don't bother going yet! You cannot do
   anything there yet. Return outside of that building and go into the
   Underground Road to reach Route 8. Now travel all the way east until
   you reach Lavender once again. You shouldn't need to heal for you
   should've already battled everyone. Head straight for the large
   building on the right side of town. That is the Pokemon Tower!


                 ==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==
                                   Pokemon Tower
                 ==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==
   - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
   Trainers  : Gary, Channeler x11, Team Rocket

   Treasures : Escape Rope, Elixir, Awakening, HP Up, Nugget,
               X Accuracy, Poke Flute
   - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

   Just like the Game Corner, this place will also consist of many
   floors. So I will use a similar method that I did before to show it
   to you so you will not get confuse by which floor to go.
    _________________________________
   !          N O T E / T I P        ! 1F : No encounters are on this
   !---------------------------------! floor. You can talk to some of
   !You cannot see ghost Pokemons if ! the people here if you want. But
   !you do not have the "Silph Scope"! they will tell you nothing.
   !in your Inventory. Also, I highly! Continue up the stairs in the
   !suggest that you make room in    ! east part of the floor to reach
   !your inventory. For there will be! 2F.
   !many treasures to acquire here.  !
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   little and you'll spot Gary. Yay! More battles!

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   TRAINER    :                    Gary                     :    TRAINER
   POKEMON    : Lv.25 Fearow ; Lv.23 Shellder ; Lv.22 Vulpix:    POKEMON
   POKEMON    :        Lv.20 Sandshrew ; Lv. 25 Eevee       :    POKEMON
   WINNINGS   :                   $1625                     :   WINNINGS
   DIFFICULTY :                    Hard                     : DIFFICULTY

                               ~ STRATEGY ~
   Gary now have some pretty good Pokemon under his sleeves. If yours
   aren't at a high level them you might be in trouble! But his Pokemons
   does have a major weak point. They are all weak to some type of yours.
   So for the first choice, use Pikachu's Thunderbolt to finish up
   Fearow. Then you can continue to use Pikachu to finish up Shellder or
   you may use Ivysaur instead.

   If you use Ivysaur, you better changed right after Shellder. For
   Vulpix is next. A rock/ground or water attack will finish it off
   quickly. I suggest using Graveler (or Geodude if it hasn't evolved)
   to beat Vulpix. Why? Because fire attack will not be very effective
   on a rock type Pokemon. Same thing goes for Sandshrew. A water or
   ground attack will be super effective and will finish it up quickly.
   A good tip here is to use different kinds of Pokemons so they can all
   gain some experience.

   Anyhow the final Pokemon is Eevee. Since it has a fighting type
   weakness use a Machop if you currently have one. If not, quickly
   finish off with your Pikachu. It will not take long. Eevee does
   mediocre damages anyways. A funny thing you can do is to use your
   Eevee (or any of it's evolve form) against it.
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   After the little chat with Gary he will leave once more. Now you can
   either be careful and go heal or you can go on if you wish. I suggest
   you continue for there isn't much battles anyway. So make your way to
   the west side of the floor (take the north path) and go up to the
   next level.
    _________________________________
   !          T I P / N O T E        ! 3F : Go north of the stairs and
   !---------------------------------! fight the Channeler there. After
   !Ghost Pokemons have weakness to  ! the match go and grab the Escape
   !psychic and ground type attacks. ! Rope north of him. Now go south
   !So Confusion and Dig is the key  ! of the stairs you came in from.
   !to defeating them quickly. They  ! You will see two Channelers. Beat
   !also have a resistant to normal  ! both them then continue to the
   !attacks. No normal attacks will  ! stairs to the east.
   !hit it!                          !
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   4F : This is like a mini-maze. But it can easily be passed through.
   Battle the first Channeler you see to the right of the stairs. Then
   go get the Elixir you see. Continue going to the right and get the
   Awakening. I suggest that you battle all of Channeler for some
   trainning. Anyway be sure to grab the HP Up (located south of the
   Awakening) before you continue onto the next level.

   5F : Continue eastward from the stairs. You will then see some weird
   looking tiles on the ground. Your Pokemon must've been beef out
   with all those battles, correct? Step into the tiles and it will
   fully restore you! Before going up to the 6th floor, I suggest
   that you battle all of the Channelers here. You can always step on
   the tiles to heal fully if you're weak. Grab the Nugget located to
   the south and continue on to the next floor.

   6F : Go south of the stairs and get the Channeler. Beat him and grab
   the X Accuracy there. Continue following the path north. You will
   meet up with a few Channelers on the way but they're all pushovers.
   You will eventually get to a Rare Candy. there is a staircase to the
   south of it. As you approach the stairs a wild Pokemon will suddenly
   attack!

   The Pokemon will be identify to be a Marowak! You cannot capture it
   since it's dead, so just finish it off with your Ivysaur or Wartortle.
   Mega Drain or any water attack will be super effective and do a hefty
   amount of damage to the undead Pokemon.

   Before going up the stairs, return to the previous floor (the one
   with the weird tiles) and fully heal! DO NOT GO FURTHER UP! I repeat,
   do not go  to the final floor yet. You need your Pokemons to be at
   full health. Once they are so, then you may continue going up.

   Pokemon Tower - Final Floor : Now here on the final floor, the only
   direction you can go is north. So do so. Suddenly Team Rocket will
   once again periodically show up for a battle.

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   TRAINER    :                Team Rocket                  :    TRAINER
   POKEMON    :  Lv.27 Meowth ; Lv.27 Arbok ; Lv.27 Weezing :    POKEMON
   WINNINGS   :                   $810                      :   WINNINGS
   DIFFICULTY :                  Normal+                    : DIFFICULTY

                               ~ STRATEGY ~
   Meowth is just another normal type of Pokemon. So use fighting
   abilities or just any other attack on it. As for Arbok and Weezing
   use Dig or Confusion against it to be quick. Nothing hard here. The
   only to watch out for is Weezing's Sludge attack which can poison
   you.
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   Once they have blasted away, go north and talk to the old man you see.
   After the long chat he will take you out of the tower and back to his
   house. Go talk to him in the house and you will receive a Poke Flute! 
   Now once you're done healing and purchasing some needed items, go
   south of Lavender.


                 ==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==
                                 Route 12, Route 11
                 ==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==
   - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
   Trainers  : Fisherman x5, Youngster x4, Gambler x4, Engineer x2,
               Rocker, Jr. Trainer (M)

   Treasures : TM39, TM16, Escape Rope, Itemfinder, Super Rod, Iron
   - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

   Continue going south and enter the building you see. Go down the
   stairs and talk to the girl there. She will give you a TM39. Now exit
   out of the building through the south path. The only direction you
   may go now is south, so continue doing so. And also, battle all of
   the trainers you see for some trainning. Most of them (actually all
   of them) uses some type of fish Pokemon. So trainning your Pikachu or
   Ivysaur here is a good idea.
    _______________________________
   |            N O T E            | Now as you continue to travel
   |-------------------------------| south, you will come across some
   |You will come across an item   | kind of Pokemon sleeping in the
   |located on a dock that is out  | way. Use your Poke Fulte and play
   |at sea. It is an TM16. You     | some kind of melody for the sleepy
   |cannot get it yet, but I highly| head. It will wake up and attack!
   |recommend that you memorize    |
   |this spot, so you can get it   | Snorlax is at level 30 and it is
   |later in the game.             | a normal type Pokemon. I do not
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   to continously attack until it gets weak. It might use it's "Rest"
   ability to take a nap and fully restore itself, during the match. I
   suggest that you continue attacking it before it uses the ability
   again! DO NOT FINISH IT! Capture the useful beast! If you miss it, I
   suggest you reset and try again. If you miss this Snorlax, there is
   one more at Celadon.

   Now the path back to Vermillion (to the right) is now open. I suggest
   that you take that path and battle all of the trainers. You will need
   the trainning for your upcoming gym battle!
    _______________________________
   |           S E C R E T         | Oh yeah, once you have captured at
   |-------------------------------| least 30 Pokemon or more talk to
   |A small bushy thing is located | one of Professor Oak's aide in the
   |above the passing house on this| underground part of the passing
   |route. Inspect it to receive an| house to receive an Itemfinder!
   |escape rope!                   |
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   trainer here, return to Route 12 once more and continue south as you
   did before. You will come across a Rocker standing north of a house.
   Defeat him and enter the house. Talk to the fisherman inside and
   answer YES to his question to receive a Super Rod. leave the house
   and continue south. A little bit further south, you will see a tree
   that blocks a cell that contains an item and a trainer. Pick up the
   Iron once you've battled the Fisherman. Now just go south after you
   have defeated the Jr. Trainer (M) to reach Route 13.


                 ==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==
                                     Route 13
                 ==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==
   - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
   Trainers  : Jr. Trainer (F) x8, Bird Keeper x11, Beauty x4, Biker x7

   Treasures : TM20
   - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

   Now remember, you can always fly back to Lavender Town to heal if you
   need to. Going back and forth now will be easier then before, for you
   should've battled every trainer already. Anyhow, let's continue!

   Continue following the path and it will soon lead you to the west
   after the Bird keeper and Jr. Trainer (F). This is just a mini-maze
   throughout this section, I will draw you a map to guide you through
   it.
    ___________________________________________________________________|
   |K  __________________________________K                   |         |
   |               K                             __________  |  _______|
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   |___   ________________   __________|           ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ|ŻŻŻŻ   |
   |                        |               ________________  J| ___   |
   |_____K   _______________|                         J|
   |            |                                      |           R13 >
   |            |             ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ|ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ
   |            |__________  K______________|_|ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ|
   |             ______    ŻŻŻ
   |           K|
   |    R14     | K = Bird Keeper  H = Biker
   |     v      | B = Beauty       J = Jr. Trainer (F)


   Make your way through the puzzle and continue going south. You're
   nearly there! Oh yeah be sure to also grab the TM20, which you will
   come across on near the passing building. Just follow the trail and
   make your way to Fuchsia City!


                 ==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==
                            Fuchsia City, Safari Zone
                 ==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==
   - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
   Treasures : Carbos, Max Potion, TM37, TM40, Protein, Gold Teeth,
               Max Revive, TM32, HM03, HM04, Rare Candy, Good Rod
   - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

   Finally, after tons long and hard battles, go straight to the Pokemon
   Center and heal up. Also restock with some useful items you might be
   in need of. Now Fuchsia consist of two important things. The gym and
   the Safari Zone. DO NOT GO TO THE GYM! You will be of no match for
   the oponents there! Trust me, your level 25-35 Pokemons will be no
   match for their level 40s Pokemons. You will go to the gym later.
   But for now let's do some other fun stuff. Like the Safari Zone!

   So go all the way north of Fuchsia and enter the large building you
   see. Pay the guards the $500 fee to enter. Now the Safari Zone is
   a large plain that has many valuable Pokemon as well as items. If
   you want some Pokemons, ehre is the place to search for them. Just
   note, you will only 500 steps you can take within the park. Once the
   steps runs out you will have to start over again. So if you want to
   catch Pokemons, do so before continuing on with the walkthrough. If
   you wish to capture Pokemon, here is the way to do so.

   In the Safari Zone, you are only allow to use their useless and
   unaffective Safari Balls. You only have 30 of them so make sure you
   do not run out! Once you've entered a battle in the Safari Zone,
   you will see a screen with 4 options.

   Ball - Trow the Safari Ball at the Pokemon and try to capture it.
   Bait - Trow a bati for the Pokemon to eat.
   Throw Rock - Toss a rock to get the Pokemon angry.
   Run - Flee from the battle.

   Since you cannot use your Pokemons to weaken the enemy, the only
   way to try and have a successful capture is to throw a bait at it.
   Then you can throw a rock at it to distract it, then capture. You
   might miss a few times but that is the price. Anyhow, I'm going to
   continue on with the walkthrough. So once you're done trying to
   capture the Pokemon, continue on through.
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   |                            N O T E                                |
   |-------------------------------------------------------------------|
   |During my first time playing the game (several years ago), the     |
   |Safari Zone is one of the most hated and frustrating place for me. |
   |So that's why I wanted to drew a map of the entire area so you can |
   |get through faster. If you don't need the map, read on and skip    |
   |this mini-section.                                                 |
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                            ~ Safari Zone ~

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   |        |                |  < B         |            |            |
   |        |                | |------------|_=________=_|     /ŻŻŻŻ\ |
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   |     ||ŻŻ1ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ||------| |        |           __|________       |
   |     | ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ |   A >  |         ŻŻ3Ż|     |  2        |      |
   |     |____________|      | |         |ŻŻŻ      |_          |      |
   |------                   | |         |           |    |Ż=ŻŻ       |
   |              /ŻŻŻŻ\     | |         |___________|    |           |
   |              |    |     | |------  |                 |           |
   |                         |   <A   | |__=_________=____|           |
   |                         |        |___________|                   |
   |_________     ___________| |                                      |
             START             |                                      |
                               |______________________________________|

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           |                                |   |  | |     K E Y     |
           |           ___________________         | |---------------|
           |          |      T    T                | |01|Nugget      |
           |          |         7                  | |02|Carbos      |
           |          |                            | |03|TM37        |
           |      |ŻŻŻŻ|                           | |04|Max Potion  |
           |      |    |       T-------------------| |05|Full Restore|
           |   ___|____|       |                   | |06|Protein     |
           |  |    |           |                   | |07|TM40        |
           |  |    |           |                   | |08|TM32        |
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           |    |           |                      | |10|Max Revive  |
           |    |           |        |ŻŻŻŻŻ=ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ| |11|Gold Teeth  |
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           |    |   |    |  |_=______|             |
           |    |   |____|      |                   
           |    |               |                D >
           | H  |   F           |    E             |
           |_v _|__ v __________|___ v ____________|

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          |_________________|          |               |        |
          |                 |          |               |        |
          |                 |          |               |        |
          |                 |_____     |               |        |
          |_________________/     \    |______________ |        |
          |                 |     |                   |         |
          |                       |        _______=___|         |
          |     __________________|       |10                   |
          |    |                          |                     |
          |    |__________________________|                     |
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   Try to follow the map from (A) to (H). If it's to confusing, read
   the section below.

   Area 1 : This is the area you first came in from. Firstly, get on
   you’re Bike, so you can go faster. Also use a repel if you want to
   avoid those annoying battles. Start out by going northeast, avoiding
   the house you see along the way, for it is useless. Now from here, go
   east and go atop the platform. Grab the Carbos to the north and then
   go down the platform, but this time, go down from the west side of
   it. Go north and grab the Max Potion and TM37 from this area. North
   of the TM37, there is another platform. Go atop it and go down again
   on the other side. Grab the Full Restore you see and avoid the house
   once again. Instead go north and then west to the new area.

   Area 2 : From where you are at, go a little bit west and go atop the
   platform. DO NOT GO SOUTH OR ON TOP THE FIRST PLATFORM!! You will end
   up wasting your steps for there is nothing there. Instead go on the
   little platform (located west of the large one to the north). Now,
   there is a path to the south, which you may see. DO NOT TAKE THAT
   PATH! Instead go north and grab the TM40, and continue following the
   trail. Avoid the house you see! Follow the trail to the west and then
   south. You should have at least 100 steps or about it left. If not, I
   suggest you start over (like I did) and this time use the FAQ and go
   faster avoiding all the mistakes you did before. Anyhow, from the
   Protein, follow the trail and you will reach the final area of the
   Safari Zone.

   Area 3 : Go south of the way you came in from and get the Gold
   Teeth. There will be a use for that later. Now go west and get the
   TM32 and enter the house you see!

    _____________________________  Talk to the guy within the house
   |         S E C R E T         | and you will receive a prize! The
   |-----------------------------| HM03, Surf! Which is very useful for
   |The bottom Pokemon statue to | Squirtle or other water Pokemons. Now
   |the right. Check it and you  | that you got that and the Gold Teeth
   |receive a Revive!            | you don't need to hang out here. So
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   Now you must return that Gold Teeth to its rightful owner. Which is
   located in the house to the east of the Pokemon Center. Go inside and
   give the teeth back to the Warden. He will be grateful and give you
   the HM04! Which contains strength. You may now move boulders! So
   teach that to your Snorlax or any Pokemon that may be able to learn
   it right away. Move the boulder located to the right of the Warden
   and grab the Rare Candy!!

    ___________________________________  Now, leave the Warden's house
   |          S I D E Q U E S T        | and go into the house next door.
   |-----------------------------------| Talk to the fisherman inside and
   |Now that you have HM03 (surf) the  | you'll receive a Good Rod.
   |Zapdos side quest is now available.| Before you continue to the gym
   |Check the Side quest/Secret part of| I suggest you first Fly back to
   |the FAQs for an in-depth guide on  | Saffron.
   |how to acquire the bird. The       |
   |Articuno side quest is now also    | Incase, you haven't figured out
   |available.                         | where it is yet, use Fly and go
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   and you'll reach the yellow-colored city.


                 ==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==
                               Saffron City/Silph Co.
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   Gym Leader : Blackbelt

   Trainers   : Blackbelt x4, Rocket x15, Nerd x3

   Treasures  : TM36, TM09, TM26, Rare Candy, Carbos, Card Key,
                Hyper Potion, HP Up, X Accuracy, TM03, Masterball*
   - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

   * The Masterball is the best PokeBall in the game! Why? It never
     misses a Pokemon. Once you throw it, it captures. No need for
     weakening or anything. I HIGHLY suggest that you save it until
     later.

   There isn’t really anything to do in the city as you can see. The
   has been taken over by the Rocket members. The main gym has also
   been blockaded. The only places you can go for now is the Pokemon
   Center, PokeMart, Silph Co. and the Fighting Pokemon Gym (which is
   located next door to the main Saffron Gym).

   First, go into the Fighting Pokemon Gym. Inside there are four
   Blackbelts you can fight. They are optional but I suggest you fight
   them anyway. They are fairly easy, There Pokemons are all fighting
   types (of course!) and are around level 30+. You can destroy them all
   easily with a flying-type Pokemon, or just any Pokemon with Fly.
   Anyhow, if you're that impatience type or have over confidence in
   yourself, you may take the easy way out by just going around them
   to the main leader (you still have to fight at least one Blackbelt
   though). Anyway you pick, make your way to the leader on the gym and
   challenge him.

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   TRAINER    :                  Blackbelt                  :    TRAINER
   POKEMON    :      Lv.37 Hitmonlee ; Lv.37 Hitmonchan     :    POKEMON
   WINNINGS   :       $925 ; Hitmonlee or Hitmonchan        :   WINNINGS
   DIFFICULTY :                    Easy                     : DIFFICULTY

                               ~ STRATEGY ~
   I don't know why I bother making this little section for this guy. Oh
   well, I guess he is a gym leader (kind of). Use the same strategy for
   him as in your previous battles. Flying type attacks will do an
   immeasurable amount of damage to his fighting Pokemons. Overall, he
   should be an easy victory for you. If you have trouble with him, you
   definitely need to train.
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   The effect of the battle will cause him to be impressed with you. He
   will they let you choose one out of the two Pokemons in the back on
   him (what a nice guy :). Hitmonlee on the left and Hitmonchan is
   located on the right. Both are on a decent level (30). You decide.

    ______________________________________  After the battle go heal at
   |        F U N N Y      N O T E        | the Pokemon Center and pick
   |--------------------------------------| up some items. Ahead is a
   |Think about the name for HitmonLEE    | road of interminable
   |and HitmonCHAN for a moment. Ever     | battles. Head over to the
   |heard of Jackie CHAN and Bruce LEE?   | giant building in the center
   |I guess that's how the creators figure| pf the city once you're
   |out the name for these fighting       | ready.
   |Pokemons.                             |
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   back at Celadon City? Well that was barely about 4 floors, the Silph
   Co. Building has eleven! It's hard as hell for me to guide you
   through. So I'll try to make this simple and lay out as possible.

   Floor 1 : From the entrance you came in from, go northeast and go up
   the stairs to the next level.

   Floor 2 : Go south of the stairs and battle 2 Rockets. Don't bother
   going on the warps, go to the next floors. Note, you can skip the
   Rockets if you want to., but I suggest that you battle everybody
   for future battles.

   Floor 3 : Go on the warp right in front of the stairs. It'll warp
   you to a closed room with a lady inside. Beside here is a TM36.
   Warp back to the previous location you were in. Now go south and
   fight a Rocket. Afterward go west (left) and go into the warp.
   You're now in a new location. Once again the room is blocked from
   exiting, so the only you can do is grab the TM09 and go back. Go
   up the stairs you came in here from.

    ________________________________  Floor 4 : There is a Rocket in
   |             N O T E            | the room south of the stairs.
   |--------------------------------| Fight him if you wish. Take the
   |You do not have to go into every| tiny south path to the southern
   |floor. You may skip down to the | part of the room. There will be a
   |5th floor like the other guide  | a Rocket. There is a warp west of
   |suggest but I'm gonna walk you  | northeast of him. Take the north
   |through ever floor and pick up  | east one. You are currently on the
   |items. Another reason why you   | tenth floor. Isn’t really anything
   |should use this FAQ ;)          | to do here but to grab some items
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   trainers here and grab all of the items in the room in the southwest.
   There will be a TM26, Carbos and a very handy Rare Candy! Take the
   warp back to the previous location and go on the stairs to the 5th
   floor.

   Floor 5 : From where you're at, go southwest, ignoring the two warps
   along the way. On the third warp (the one right next to the Rocket),
   go into it. Now here’s the thing, once you go into it, it will
   transport you to another floor, there isn't nothing in this floor.
   Go back on the warp you just took. Now it will return you to your
   previous location. You should e directly on the warp. From there go
   south and fight the Rocket. Confuse? Reread this section again and
   you should get it. Anyhow, after the battle go east and pick up the
   Card Key. This item will allow you to open all of the doors that have
   So I suggest you go around in the elevator and grab all of the items
   from all of the floors.

   - On the third floor there is a Hyper Potion.
   - On the fifth floor there is a Protein in the room north of the TM09
   - On the sixth floor there is a HP Up and X Accuracy.
   - On the seventh floor there is a TM03.
   - On the ninth floor there is a little place with beds at the
     southwest part of the floor. You can rest there by talking to the
     nurse.

   Once you're ready, go to the third floor and talk the warp east of
   the room where you acquired the Hyper Potion. It will warp you to
   the seventh floor. Talk to the guy in it and he will give you a
   Lapras. Now all that's left is to go to the leader of the gang. You
   should know who he is since you've faced him before. Go onto the warp
   south of the one you came in from. Gary will suddenly show up!

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   TRAINER    :                     Gary                    :    TRAINER
   POKEMON    :     Lv. 38 Sandslash ; Lv. 35 Ninetails     :    POKEMON
   POKEMON    :       Lv. 37 Cloyster ; Lv. 35 Kadabra      :    POKEMON
   POKEMON    :      Lv. 40 Jolteon/Flareon or Vaporeon     :    POKEMON
   WINNINGS   :                     $2600                   :   WINNINGS
   DIFFICULTY :                   Difficult                 : DIFFICULTY
 
                               ~ STRATEGY ~
   Gary is challenging in my point of view. The best strategic hint I
   can give you is to use the opposite type strategy. When he sends out
   out Sandslash you should up Blastoise or Venusaur (you should have
   them now). I prefer using Blastoise over Venusaur. Because you can
   also use it against Ninetails after that. Saves you time from
   switching. Cloyster and Kadabra should fallen quickly to Pikachu's
   electric attacks.

   Gary's final Pokemon will be variation between a Jolteon, Flareon or
   a Vaporeon. If it's a Flareon, then Blastoise should easily take it
   out with Surf. If it's a Vaporeon then Pikachu will come in handy.
   But if it's a Jolteon, I hope you have a Graveler or any other types
   of Pokemon in the party.
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   Floor 11 : Now all that's left is to go to the leader of the gang.
   You should know who he is since you've faced him before. Go onto the
   warp south of the one you came in from. Go south and defeat the
   worthless Rocket. Afterward, as you approach the door, the dynamic
   duo shows up once more.

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   TRAINER    :                 Team Rocket                 :    TRAINER
   POKEMON    :Lv. 31 Weezing ; Lv. 31 Arbok ; Lv. 31 Meowth:    POKEMON
   WINNINGS   :                    $930                     :   WINNINGS
   DIFFICULTY :                    Easy                     : DIFFICULTY

                               ~ STRATEGY ~
   This is a very straight forward and easy battle. All of your Pokemon
   should be at least 5 levels ahead of theirs. If not, then here's
   your final chance to train them up before another big battle.
   ---------------------------------------------------------------------

   Now fully heal yourself up with some items or you can go down to the
   ninth floor and rest. Just make sure you're at your best for Giovanni
   up north!

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   TRAINER    :                   Giovanni                  :    TRAINER
   POKEMON    :       Lv. 37 Nidorino ; Lv. 35 Persian      :    POKEMON
   POKEMON    :       Lv. 37 Rhyhorn ; Lv. 41 Nidoqueen     :    POKEMON
   WINNINGS   :                   $4059                     :   WINNINGS
   DIFFICULTY :                   Normal                    : DIFFICULTY

                               ~ STRATEGY ~
   Giovanni is much easier then Gary. If you can beat Gary, this
   guy will be a snap. Blastoise Venusaur or any Pokemon with Dig is the
   key to the battle here. Because they all can easily defeat three of
   his Pokemon. As for Persian, anything will take it out.
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   Wow! you've defeated the leader of Team Rocket! But don't get to
   carry away yet. This sure isn't the final time you'll fight him.
   Talk to the chairman of the company to get a Master Ball*. Take the
   elevator out of the building and back into the main city. As you may
   have already guessed, all of the Rockets members are out of town now.
   And you know what that means... GYM BATTLE TIME! And I don't mean the
   Saffron Gym. You're still no match for Sabrina's level 50 Pokemons
   yet. The whole Silph Co. thing was just like a preparation  to get
   you ready for Fuchsia Gym. So take your birdie and go to Fuchsia!


                 ==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==
                                Fuchsia City (Again)
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   Gym Leader : Koga

   Trainers   : Juggler x4, Tamer x2
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   Nothing to do here anymore but to go straight to the gym.

    ______________________________
   |                              | That is the best outline I can
   |    ------------------T       | possibly drew of the gym. Make your
   |    T                 |       | way around the invisible wall to the
   |  |Ż                  |       | leader in the middle.
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   TRAINER    :                     Koga                    :    TRAINER
   POKEMON    :        Lv. 44 Venonat ; Lv. 46 Venonat      :    POKEMON
   POKEMON    :       Lv. 48 Venonat  ; Lv. 50 Venomoth     :    POKEMON
   WINNINGS   :          Soul Badge  ; $4950 ; TM06         :   WINNINGS
   DIFFICULTY :                    Normal+                  : DIFFICULTY

                               ~ STRATEGY ~
   With all of the training you've endured, Koga should be an easy
   victory. All of his Pokemon are Bug/Poison type so here is where
   Charizard comes into play. If you're strong enough you should kill his
   first three Pokemon in a turn or two.

   His Venomoth should be a cinch also. Though it should be on a higher
   level then you, your Slash and Ember should take  away at least 1/3
   of its HP. If Charizard fails, bring out Pikachu. Venusaur and
   Blastoise isn't good for this kind of battle. Hmmm... I guess that's
   all...

   Oh yeah the attacks of his Pokemons might paralyze you or poison you
   sometime, but you can easily kill it and heal. 
   ---------------------------------------------------------------------

   Six badge down now. Let's hurry and get you next badge! Before so,
   make sure you train up to at least level 45. It may take a while but
   it isn’t hard. I got all of my Pokemons to level 60 in an hour. Fly
   back to Saffron when you're ready.


                 ==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==
                               Saffron City (Again)
                 ==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==
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   Gym Leader : Sabrina

   Trainers   : Psychic x4, Channeller x3
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   There's also nothing to do here now, just go to the gym.

   Within the Saffron Gym there are warps just like in the Silph Co.
   Here is a map of the warp's location.

         ______________________________________   _____________
        |            |            |            | |    K E Y    |
        |      P     |      C     |      P     | |-------------|
        | []      [] | []      [] | []      [] | |S.....Sabrina|
        |            |            |            | |[].......Warp|
        | [5]     [] | []      [] | [4]     [] | |P.... Psychic|
        |____________|____________|____________| |C...Channeler|
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        |      C     |            |      P     |
        | []      [] |      S     | [3]     [] |
        |            |            |            |
        | []      [] |         [6]| []      [] |
        |____________|____________|____________|
        |            |            |            |
        |      C     |            |      P     |
        | []      [] |     [1]    | []     [2] |
        |            |            |            |
        | []      [] |            | []      [] |
        |____________|____    ____|____________|

        Follow the map and you'll reach Sabrina!

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   TRAINER    :                   Sabrina                   :    TRAINER
   POKEMON    : Lv. 50 Abra ; Lv. 50 Kadabra ; Lv. Alakazam :    POKEMON
   WINNINGS   :         Marsh Badge ; $4950 ; TM46          :   WINNINGS
   DIFFICULTY :                    Hard                     : DIFFICULTY

                               ~ STRATEGY ~
   Sabrina's will sent out Abra firstly. Its level might be high but it
   isn’t that strong. It will mainly use Flash on you. Flash, as you
   might have known, will reduce your accuracy. So kill it quickly.

   Her Kadabra, on the other hand, isn't any pushover. It will do quite
   a hefty amount of damage with Psychic. You should not use Charizard
   or Venusaur here. Due to their weakness against psychic attacks. The
   only Pokemon I suggest using is Pikachu.

   Same goes for Alakazam. It also only uses Psychic attacks. But it
   also have some more additional attacks then Kadabra. It will cast
   Reflect on itself, which will reduce your physical attacks. And it
   also have Recover in handy once it's about to lose. So a highly
   strong elemental attack is highly advise here. Thunderbolt, and Dig
   works very well. Just watch your Pokemon's HP and give it all you
   got and you'll do fine.
   ---------------------------------------------------------------------

   In my opinion, I thought Sabrina was the hardest trainer of all in
   the game. Since she has only psychic types of Pokemons, which has no
   weakness. The battle from now on will not be so challenging.

   Now with two badges left, let's just hurry and acquire them. Fly back
   to Pallet Town. You can talk to your mom here if you want. Then Surf
   on the river south of the city.


                 ==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==
                  Route 21 / Cinnabar Island / Pokemon Mansion
                 ==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==
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   Gym Leader : Blaine

   Trainers   : Fisherman x4, Swimmer x5, Cue Ball, Burglar x6,
                Scientist x3, Super Nerd x4

   Treasures  : TM35, Moonstone, Escape Rope, Calcium, Max Potion, Iron,
                Carbos, TM14, Full Restore, Rare Candy, TM22
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   There isn’t really anything that I can guide you through here. Just
   continue going south and you'll eventually reach Cinnabar Island.
   This where you'll get your 7th badge, but if you check the gym, the
   doors are lock? Hmmm... What should we do in the mean time?

   Go into the building west of the Pokemon Center. This is the Pokemon
   Lab. In the first room there is an old lady that wants to trade a
   Rhydon for a Golduck. If you have one then trade. There is also a
   lady in the room that wants to trade a Dewgong for a Growlithe. That
   is a very good trade. You can capture Growlithes later.

   Leave that room and go into the room right next to  it. There, talk
   to the scientist and he'll give you a TM35 (one of my favorite
   ability).  Leave that room and go into the other room. There is a
   scientist that wants to trade a Muk for a Kangaskhan (which is a
   rip off!). Also talk to the scientist north of him. Remember that
   fossil you'd acquire way back in Mt. Moon? Well, give the guy the
   fossil and he'll make something out of it ;) But it's going to take
   a while, so come back later.

   Heal, buy some items, you know the routine. Once you're done go into
   the building north of the Pokemon Lab.

    ____________________________________ 
   |              S E C R E T           | Floor 1 : Before going north
   |------------------------------------| to the stairs, head to the
   |Check the little square desk on the | north part of the room and
   |right. The fourth one down from the | grab the Escape Rope. Don’t
   |stairs have a Moon Stone.           | bother going further because
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   But before you go up the stairs, Examine the statue in the northwest
   part of the room.

   Floor 2 : To south of the stairs there is a Burglar. Here is a good
   chance to train up our Blastoise or Articuno for the battles ahead.
   Anyway, make your way to the room in the northeast part of the floor.
   There'll be Calcium. Return to the stairs you can in from and take
   the stair up to the next floor.

   Floor 3A: There'll be another Burglar right near you and south of him
   is a Max Potion. Now return to the previous floor and check the
   statue. Now go into the room to the north of the statue and there
   will e a new set of stairs.

   Floor 3B: Before hitting the switch on the statue (located south of
   the stairs you came in from), go east and pick up the Iron. Now hit
   the switch. The room to the south will now be unlocked. Go in it and
   battle the Scientist. There are two doors below him. One of the left
   and one located on the right. Take the right one.

   Here, fight the Scientist and then pick up the Carbos south of him.
   Then take the stairs down to the basement.

   Basement : Go into the room to the right of you and battle the
   Burglar. Beat him then grab the TM14 next to the statue. Now examine
   the statue and exit the room. There is a Full Restore on the west of
   you. Grab it and go back to the area near the stairs. As you can see
   the room north of the stairs is now open. Go in it and make your
   way through battling the Scientist. You'll come across a statue in
   the first room, but before checking it go to the room on the left
   on that room and get a Rare Candy! Once you've acquired the useful
   item, check the statue and continue west. Get the TM22 on your way.
   At the last room there  is a Secret Key (use to open the Cinnabar
   Gym). So now you’re all done with this place. Get out of here and
   heal yourself up.

   The Cinnabar Gym is relatively easy to get through if you know about
   Pokemons. At each block in the gym there is a machine near the
   trainer. It will ask you a YES or NO question if you get it right
   then you can pass if you get it wrong you'll face the trainer. Note
   if you want to fight the trainer for some experience then you can
   just talk to them to. but here are the questions and answers :

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   Question 1 : Caterpie evolves into Butterfree?....................YES
   Question 2 : There are 9 certified Pokemon Badges?.................NO
   Question 3 : Poliwag evolve 3 times?...............................NO
   Question 4 : Are Thunder moves effective against ground element?...No
   Question 5 : Pokemon of the same kind and level aren't identical?.YES
   Question 6 : TM28 contains Tombstoner?.............................NO
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   TRAINER    :                    Blaine                   :    TRAINER
   POKEMON    :      Lv. 48 Ninetales ; Lv. 50 Rapidash     :    POKEMON
   POKEMON    :                Lv. 57 Arcanine              :    POKEMON
   WINNINGS   :        Volcano Badge ; $5346 ; TM38         :   WINNINGS
   DIFFICULTY :                     Easy                    : DIFFICULTY

   Remember when I said that all battles after Sabrina should be easy?
   You'll see what I mean when battling Blaine. All of his Pokemons will
   succumb to your Blastoise and Articuno. Fight Fire with Water or Ice.
   Any attacks like Surf, Hydro Pump, Ice Beam or even Watergun will be
   effective here.

   Ninetales will use Flamethrower and Quick Attack against you.
   Flamethrower will do barely a thing due to the type advantage you have.
   Quick Attack will just only do minimal damage. You shouldn't need to
   heal at all during the match.

   Arcanine can also be taken down quickly with Hydro Pump or Surf. It's
   Fire Blast is strong but it shouldn't cause a problem to you
   ---------------------------------------------------------------------

   Alright no more celebrating. You got one more badge to go until you
   get to the big leagues. Let's go and get it over with. Buy some Hyper
   or Max Potion and some Revive if you're in need. Also train to at
   least Level 55. Fly back to Viridian City afterward.


                 ==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==
                                  Viridian City
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   Gym Leader : Giovanni

   Trainers   : Cool Trainer (M) x3, Blackbelt x3, Tamer x2

   Treasures  : Revive
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   Just head straight toward the gym. Inside, it's like a mini-puzzle
   for you to get through. Just make your way up to the northwestern
   part of the room. Sorry I couldn't drew a map (I tried).

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   TRAINER    :                    Giovanni                 :    TRAINER
   POKEMON    :        Lv. 50 Dugtrio ; Lv. 53 Persian      :    POKEMON
   POKEMON    :       Lv. 53 Nidoqueen ; Lv. 55 Nidoking    :    POKEMON
   POKEMON    :                 Lv. 55 Rhydon               :    POKEMON
   WINNINGS   :           Earth Badge ; $5445 ; TM27        :   WINNINGS
   DIFFICULTY :                     Normal                  : DIFFICULTY

                               ~ STRATEGY ~
   This battle will be a snap if you've taken my advice and train to
   level 55. As you can see from the statistics above, most of
   Giovanni's Pokemons have a weakness against water. So here's where
   Blastoise comes in place again. Take out Dugtrio, Persian and
   Nidoqueen with Blastoise and then switch to a Rock or Ground type for
   Nidoking. Why? For some reason, Nidoking can use Thunder. And you
   know that it will cause critical damage to your Water types. Psychic
   or Ground attack will work well on Nidoking.

   After you've eleminate Nidoking, switch back to Blastoise or use
   Venusaur or Articuno to get rid of Rhydon. You can also use a ground
   type attack like Dig to destroy Rhydon quickly.
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   After the match, you can talk to Giovanni. He says that Team Rocket
   is over and he is ging to dedicate his life to studying Pokemons...
   >_> Yeah...right... Anyhow this is when you should be dancing and
   trowing your Gameboy (or controler or keyboard) into the air. You've
   earned all 8 Badges! But that doesn't mean you're a Pokemon Master
   just yet. You got one more task to do :P But don't worry this'll be
   you final task (thank god! I'm tire of writing).

   To warn you ahead of time, your Pokemon should be at least level 60
   when you reached the Indigo Plateau. Trust me, level 60 is just
   barely decent. If you need to train, there'll be a good  trainning
   spot later. Let's continue and finish up the game!

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   |      S I D E Q U E S T      | Go west of Viridian City. Continue
   |-----------------------------| following the route and you'll end
   |You might want to do the     | up meeting Gary. After the little
   |Mewtwo sidequest before you  | chatter he'll challenge you to a
   |go to the Pokemon Leagues. It| battle!
   |will be very helpful! Check  |
   |the sidequest section of the |
   |FAQ.                         |
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   TRAINER    :                      Gary                   :    TRAINER
   POKEMON    :      Lv. 47 Sandslash ; Lv. 45 Execute      :    POKEMON
   POKEMON    :      Lv. 45 Cloyster ; Lv. 47 Magneton      :    POKEMON
   POKEMON    :Lv.50 Kadara ; Lv.53 Flareon/Vaporeon/Jolteon:    POKEMON
   WINNINGS   :                      $3445                  :   WINNINGS
   DIFFICULTY :                      Normal+                : DIFFICULTY

                               ~ STRATEGY ~
   Take out Sandslash quickly with Blastoise, Venusaur or Articuno.
   Then change to Charizard or any fire/flying type to defeat Execute.
   Use an Electric Type (not Zapdos) for Cloyster. Why? Because
   Plants/Grass Types are weak against it's Aura Beam, and so is Birds.
   If you do not have any Rock or Ground type Pokemon on hand, use
   Mewtwo (check sidequest section)  to kill it quickly. Same goes for
   Kadabra.

   As for his Eevee evolution, you should no the opposite type for them.
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   Continue following the route till you reached the big Pokemon League
   building. Enter it and the guards will check for your badges as you
   go along. Continue heading north until you reach a cave entrance.


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                                  Victory Road
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   - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
   Trainers   : Cool Trainer (F) x3,  Cool Trainer (M) x3, Blackbelt,
                Juggler x2, Tamer, PokeManiac

   Treasures  : Rare Candy, TM43, TM05, Full Heal, TM17, Max Revive,
                TM47
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   This cave has the best place to train right next to the Unknown
   Dungeon. It also contain the fire legendary bird (check the sidequest
   section). Ok here goes.

   Floor 1 : The first rock that yousee will need to be push on the
   little circle to the east of the floor. Here is the directions :

   1 Down - 4 Right - 2 Up - 7 Right - 2 Up - 1 Right - 1 Down

   Once done so, go atop the platform the rock was near and exit on the
   right side. Now there will be a rock blocking a path to get to two
   items. One is a Rare Candy and another is a TM43, you can only get
   one for now. So i think you want the Rare Candy. Here is the paths :

   TM43       : 4 Left
   Rare Candy : 3 Left - 1 Up

   Get one and then exit the left side of the platform. Go up the
   ladder.

   Floor 2 : Go south and there'll be another rock. Push it :

   1 Left - 2 Down - 2 Left

   Once done so go atop the platform and fight the Blackbelt. then exit
   down the platform and get the TM05. Follow the path north and get
   the Full Heal next to the Tamer. There is also a TM17 further up
   north. Once you've gotten it, take the laddeer up (which islocated
   to the east of the Full Heal.

   Floor 3 : On the northeast part of the floor there'll be a Max
   Revive, but you'll have to battle Cool Trainer (M) for it. Now your
   goal is to push the rock in the middle of the floor all the way to
   the left side of the room. The directions are :

   2 Up - 16 Left - 1 Down - 4 Left - 3 Down - 1  Right

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  |           N O T E           | Now return to the platform and
  |-----------------------------| follow it south. Defeat the
  |If you want to know how to   | two Cool Trainer you see. Then push
  |acquire Moltres in this      | the rock next to the hole, down the
  |dungeon, refer to the side-  | hole. And then go down with it also.
  |quest section. I will not    | Now you should be next to the rock.
  |state how to in the main     | Push it to the LEFT until it reaches
  |walkthrough.                 | the switch.  Now go on the platform
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   the ladder up north and go east to get out. Continue going north
   and you'll reach the Indigo Plateau.


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                                  Indigo Plateau
                 ==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==

   You're here! This is the final stop. Now your Pokemon should close
   to level 60 or even above it. If you want a better chance of winning
   then train up some more before you go on. Buy some Full Restore, Max
   Potion and Revive before you go on. For there is no coming back out
   once you're in. Whew! Now take a deep breath, get a cup of coffee,
   go feed your dog, go to the bathroom, or just do anything you want.
   Once you're ready, LET'S KICK SOME ELITE ARSE!

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   TRAINER    :                     Lorelei                 :    TRAINER
   POKEMON    :       Lv. 54 Dewgong ; Lv. 53 Cloyster      :    POKEMON
   POKEMON    :Lv. 54 Slowbro ; Lv. 54 Jynx ; Lv. 56 Lapras :    POKEMON
   WINNINGS   :                      $5544                  :   WINNINGS
   DIFFICULTY :                      Easy+                  : DIFFICULTY

                                 ~ STRATEGY ~
   Pikachu should be the main Pokemon for this match. Second shall be
   Charizard, Moltres or Zapdos. But I'm not sure if they are a good
   against Lorelei. The reason why is because she uses only Pokemons
   that know ice attacks. All of the three I listed above are all weak
   against ice. That's why you must rely on your Pikachu. It should have
   the highest or second to the highest level now. Hence it's being your
   first Pokemon.

   Pikachu's Thunderbolt should take care of all her Pokemon. Your
   agility (speed) should also be faster then her Pokemons. You should go
   first every turn. All of her Pokemons have a weakness against Thunder
   except for that annoying Jynx. It might put you to sleep sometime so
   hurry annd beat it.
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   TRAINER    :                      Bruno                  :    TRAINER
   POKEMON    :        Lv. 53 Onix  ; Lv. 55 Hitmonchan     :    POKEMON
   POKEMON    :         Lv. 55 Hitmonlee ; Lv. 56 Onix      :    POKEMON
   POKEMON    :                  Lv. 58 Machamp             :    POKEMON
   WINNINGS   :                      $5742                  :   WINNINGS
   DIFFICULTY :                      Easy+                  : DIFFICULTY

                                 ~ STRATEGY ~
   Another easy battle. Why do they even bother calling these lousy
   trainers the Elite 4? Anyhow, Bruno is like Brock, your first gym
   leader. Except he just doesn't resolve on only Rock type Pokemons. He
   uses some fighting tyes also. Snd you should know what they're both
   weak against.

   Just Articuno, Venusaur, Blastoise or any water or grass type to beat
   the Onix(s). Then change into Mewtwo or any flying type to take down
   the rest.
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   TRAINER    :                      Agatha                 :    TRAINER
   POKEMON    :Lv. 56 Gengar ; Lv. 56 Golbat ; Lv.55 Haunter:    POKEMON
   POKEMON    :          Lv. 58 Arbok ; Lv. 60 Gengar       :    POKEMON
   WINNINGS   :                      $5940                  :   WINNINGS
   DIFFICULTY :                      Normal                 : DIFFICULTY

                                 ~ STRATEGY ~
   Unlike the two previous elites, this old woman can be trouble if you
   do not have the right type of Pokemon. All of her Pokemons use
   Confuse Ray on you. And being confuse means big trouble. The weakness
   that all of her Pokemon haveis ground. If any of your Pokemons knows
   Dig, then she'll be a simple match. If not, then Mewtwo and Confuse
   will always work.
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   TRAINER    :                      Lance                  :    TRAINER
   POKEMON    :      Lv. 58 Gyarados ; Lv. 56 Dragonair     :    POKEMON
   POKEMON    :     Lv. 56 Dragonair ; Lv. 60 Aerodactyl    :    POKEMON
   POKEMON    :                 Lv. 62 Dragonite            :    POKEMON
   WINNINGS   :                      $6138                  :   WINNINGS
   DIFFICULTY :                       Hard                  : DIFFICULTY

                                 ~ STRATEGY ~
   Now here's a challenge. Lance is the top of the Elite 4. He uses
   Dragon type Pokemons. His Gyarados and Aerodactyl can be (and should
   be) beaten by Pikachu with one hit. For they are both weak to
   Thunder types. Dragonairs, and Dragonite are all weak to Ice attacks.
   So I hope you've captured Articuno.

   Though Dragonite may be weakto ice, you should still have caution. He
   can use Fire blast and that'll fry your Articuno. He also have Hyper
   Beam, which sparks up very high damage. But the downside about it is
   that it will take him one turn to recharge. So you get one free turn
   if he uses Hyper Beam. So take him out before so.
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   TRAINER    :                       Gary                  :    TRAINER
   POKEMON    :      Lv. 61 Sandslash Lv. 59 Alakazam       :    POKEMON
   POKEMON    :     Lv. 61 Execuggtor ; Lv. 61 Magneton     :    POKEMON
   POKEMON    :Lv. 63 Cloyster ; Lv. 65 Flareon/Jolteon or  :    POKEMON
   POKEMON    :                     Vaporeon                :    POKEMON
   WINNINGS   :                      $6435                  :   WINNINGS
   DIFFICULTY :                     Normal+                 : DIFFICULTY

                                 ~ STRATEGY ~
   It turned out that Gary is now the Pokemon League Champion. So he
   will he your last opponent. You've beaten him once before and this
   time you can kick his ass again. Most powerful trainer in the world,
   huh? We'll see about that.

   At the beginning of the battle if your first Pokemon isn't the
   opposite attribute of Sandslah, change right away! He should be no
   threat with his weak Poison Sting attack.

   Now Gary will summon the evolve form of that Kadabra he used on you
   during your last duel together. Alakazam has one of the most
   annoying attack in the game. Kinesis. It will lover you accuracy,
   raising the probability of you missing on your next attack. So you
   better kill him off quickly. If not then he'll use Recover. He'll
   heal about 1/3 of his HP back!

   Executor is also a nuisance. It Barrage ability won't do anything
   but just waste time. It can also make you go to sleep. Just take
   it out quickly witha Fire Blast or a Fly attack. Magneton might also
   be annoying with it's Thunder Wave but that can be countered easily.

   His two last Pokemon should be a cinch. You should know what to do.
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   The quick walkthrough is just a fast and easy reference to get through the
   game. It is spoil free and very straightforward unlike the main
   walkthrough. I didn't write any details or anything for it is all covered
   in the main walkthrough. If you go lost or couldn't understand the main
   walkthrough then I suggest using this guide. If not, then you're going to
   have trouble getting through the game if you use this.


   ~ PALLET TOWN ~
   o Leave your house and go north into the grass area.
   o Grab the Pokeball after the scene.
   o Battle Gary.
   o Leave the lab.
   o Go north to Viridian.


   ~ Viridian City ~
   o Go west and fight Gary.
   o Get the parcel for Prof. Oaks at the PokeMart.
   o Return to Pallet and give the professor the item.
   o Return to Viridian and go north.
   o Go into Viridian Forest.


   ~ Viridian Forest ~
   o Make your way around the maze  to the northwest.
   o Enter Pewter City.


   ~ Pewter City ~
   o Go into the gym and fight Brock.
   o Leave the gym and go east to Route 3.


   ~ Route 3 ~
   o Make your way east.
   o Enter Mt. Moon.


   ~ Mt. Moon ~
   o Make your way to the end of the cave.
   o Beat the trainer and pick up a fossil.
   o Continue on and battle Team Rocket.
   o Follow the path and exit the cave.
   o Go east to Cerulean City.


   ~ Cerulean City ~
   o Go into the gym and fight Misty.
   o Go north of the city toward Route 24.
   o Battle Gary.


   ~ Route 24/25 & Sea Cottage ~
   o Beat everyone at the bridge.
   o Go east to reach the Sea Cottage.
   o Touch the computer.
   o Get the S.S. Anne Ticket and return to Cerulean.


   ~ Cerulean City & Route 5/6 ~
   o Enter the house north of the gym.
   o Exit out the back door.
   o Beat the Rocket.
   o Make you way south to Vermillion.


   ~ Vermillion & S.S. Anne ~
   o Go to the harbor and get on the S.S. Anne.
   o Go to the Captain’s Cabin.
   o Fight Gary.
   o Scratch the Captain's Back.
   o Leave the Ship.
   o Cut down the tree and enter the gym.
   o Beat Lt. Surge
   o Go east, into Diglett's Cave.


   ~ Diglett's Cave & Route 2 ~
   o Make your way out of the cave.
   o Get HM05 (Flash).
   o Return to Cerulean City.
   o Go east of the city.
   o Cut the plant and go east through Route 9.


   ~ Route 9 & Rock Tunnel ~
   o Go all the way east.
   o Enter the Rock Tunnel.
   o Use Flash.
   o Make your way out of the cave.
   o Go south to Lavender Town.

   ~ Lavender Town ~
   o Go west of the town.
   o Go down on the underground tunnel.
   o Leave the tunnel and go east to celadon.


   ~ Celadon City ~
   o Use Cut and go in the gym.
   o Battle Erika.
   o Get the Coin Case.
   o Go to the Game Corner and check the poster.
   o Make your way to the bottom floor.
   o Fight Team Rocket.
   o Fight Giovanni.
   o Return to Lavender Town.
   o Enter the large building on the east.


   ~ Pokemon Tower ~
   o Make your way up.
   o Fight Gary.
   o Fight the Marowak at level 6.
   o Go up the stairs.
   o Fight Team Rocket.
   o Take to the Old Man.
   o Leave Lavender by going south.


   ~ Route 12/11 ~
   o Continue going south and east and go to Fuchsia City.


   ~ Fuchsia City/Safari Zone ~
   o Go to the Safari Zone.
   o Get the HM03 and the Gold Teeth.
   o Give the teeth  to the Warden.
   o Go back to Celadon and go east to Saffron City.


   ~ Saffron City/Silph Co. ~
   o Go into the large Silph Co. building.
   o Go to floor 5 and get the card key.
   o Make you way to the top floor.
   o Battle Gary.
   o Battle Team Rocket.
   o Battle Giovanni.
   o  Leave the building and go to Fuchsia.


   ~ Fuchsia City/Saffron City ~
   o Go into the gym and fight Koga.
   o Return to Saffron and go to the gym.
   o Beat Sabrina.
   o Go to Pallet Town.
   o Surf south and go to Cinnabar Island.


   ~ Cinnabar Island/Pokemon Mansion ~
   o Go to the Pokemon Mansion.
   o Make you way to the basement using the switches.
   o Battle Blaine.


   ~ Viridian City ~
   o Go to Viridian Gym.
   o Battle Giovanni.
   o Taake the west path in Viridian.
   o Battle Gary.
   o Go into the Pokemon League Building.
   o Go north to the Victory Road.

   ~ Victory Road/Indigo Plateau ~
   o Make your  way out of the Victory Road.
   o Go north to the Indigo Plateau.
   o Go north of the PokeMart.
   0 Battle Lorelei.
   o Battle Bruno.
   o Battle Agatha.
   o Battle Lance.
   o Beat Gary!



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   TRAINER    :                   Brock                     :    TRAINER
   POKEMON    :         Lv.10 Geodude ; Lv.12 Onix          :    POKEMON
   WINNINGS   :        Boulder Badge ; $1188 ; TM34         :   WINNINGS
   DIFFICULTY :                  Normal+                    : DIFFICULTY

                               ~ STRATEGY ~
   For Brock's first Pokemon, he will use his Geodude. I recommend that
   you use all of your weak Pokemon and try to finish up Geodude first.
   For you will need to save your strong ones for the next enemy ahead.
   So use your Nidoran, Pikachu, Pidgey, Rattata or any other weak
   Pokemon and try to finish Geodude. Also, be sure to heal with a Potion
   every once in a while.

   After Geodude is done, Brock will sent out Onix! Onix will sometime
   use Screech to lower your defense, so be careful! If your defense gets
   to low he can finish you in a few hits! Onix will also use Bind a few
   times, but that's nothing to worry about, for it's pretty weak. The
   thing you should be careful of, is it's Bide attack. It will not
   attack for a few turns and then it will unleash energy, causing major
   damage! So get ready to heal before Onix uses it! You should still
   have your Butterfree, so use Confusion to do some damage. Pidgey's
   Gust will also work well. 
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   TRAINER    :                   Misty                     :    TRAINER
   POKEMON    :       Lvl.18 Staryu ; Lvl.21 Starmie        :    POKEMON
   WINNINGS   :        Cascade Badge ; $2079 ; TM11         :   WINNINGS
   DIFFICULTY :                  Normal+                    : DIFFICULTY

                               ~ STRATEGY ~
   Your first battle will be against Staryu. I suggest using your weak
   Pokemon on it and try to take it down first. If they fail, then sent
   out your Pikachu to finish it. Staryu only uses Water Gun so it
   shouldn't be to difficult to take it down.

   Now after you've defeated Staryu, the true match begins. Starmie, the
   evolve form of Staryu, is very strong. Before doing anything,
   Paralyze it first. Then hit away with Thundershock! A good strategy
   is to keep your Pikachu alive the whole time. Once it gets too weak,
   sent out another Pokemon. Then instead of attacking with the newer
   Pokemon, just heal Pikachu until it's HP is full again. Then sent
   out Pikachu.

   Your other Pokemons won't be able to do a lot to Starmie because of
   it's high defense. To make it worse, Misty will sometime use X
   Defense to boost up it's defense! Thundershock will be the only thing
   that will be effective. Keep your Pikachu alive!
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   TRAINER    :                 Lt. Surge                   :    TRAINER
   POKEMON    :               Lvl.28 Raichu                 :    POKEMON
   WINNINGS   :         Thunder Badge ; $2772 ; TM24        :   WINNINGS
   DIFFICULTY :                  Normal+                    : DIFFICULTY

                               ~ STRATEGY ~
   Though the lieutenant only have 1 Pokemon. That Pokemon can easily
   take out your whole party! I suggest you start off with the weaker
   Pokemons first. Save your Rock/Ground type(s) for later. Firstly
   use your Pikachu or any other Pokemon that can paralyze on Raichu.
   that would cut the opponent’s speed and chances of defeating your
   Pokemon. Now use all of your weak Pokemon and try to get it's HP
   lower. If all of your weak Pokemon dies, you should still have a
   Rock/Ground type to finish up the job.
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   TRAINER    :                   Erika                     :    TRAINER
   POKEMON    :      Lv.30 Tangela ; Lv.32 Weepinbell       :    POKEMON
   POKEMON    :                 Lvl.32 Gloom                :    POKEMON
   WINNINGS   :        Rainbow Badge ; $3168 ; TM21         :   WINNINGS
   DIFFICULTY :                  Normal+                    : DIFFICULTY

                               ~ STRATEGY ~
   The first Pokemon you will face will be Tangela. It isn't very
   difficult to beat. It mainly uses constant attacks like Bind and
   Constrict. Though they are annoying, it won't do any major damage on
   you. Quickly finish it off with Charmeleon's Ember. Though it might
   take a few round, due to the enormous HP Tangela have.

   Be sure to keep your Charmeleon in top shape for the next opponent!
   I suggest that you bring out your other Pokemon to weaken her
   Weepinbell. The Acid attack from it can be lethal! Weak it and then
   once you feel that it is the right time, sent out Charmeleon and 
   use Ember or sent out Butterfree to use it's confusion attack. Both
   are super effective against the enemy. Also note, Erika might heal
   it during the battle once in a while so finish it up quickly!

   Her last Pokemon will be Gloom. Heal your Charmeleon or Butterfree if
   you have to. Just one more to go! Gloom will also use acid just like
   Weepinbell. So have those Super Potion nearby. Also watch out for the
   continuously attack call Pedal Dance! it will attack with a grass
   type attack continuously! If you use Charmeleon it will not be very
   effective.
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   TRAINER    :                     Koga                    :    TRAINER
   POKEMON    :        Lv. 44 Venonat ; Lv. 46 Venonat      :    POKEMON
   POKEMON    :       Lv. 48 Venonat  ; Lv. 50 Venomoth     :    POKEMON
   WINNINGS   :          Soul Badge  ; $4950 ; TM06         :   WINNINGS
   DIFFICULTY :                    Normal+                  : DIFFICULTY

                               ~ STRATEGY ~
   With all of the training you've endured, Koga should be an easy
   victory. All of his Pokemon are Bug/Poison type so here is where
   Charizard comes into play. If you're strong enough you should kill his
   first three Pokemon in a turn or two.

   His Venomoth should be a cinch also. Though it should be on a higher
   level then you, your Slash and Ember should take  away at least 1/3
   of its HP. If Charizard fails, bring out Pikachu. Venusaur and
   Blastoise isn't good for this kind of battle. Hmmm... I guess that's
   all...

   Oh yeah the attacks of his Pokemons might paralyze you or poison you
   sometime, but you can easily kill it and heal. 
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   TRAINER    :                   Sabrina                   :    TRAINER
   POKEMON    : Lv. 50 Abra ; Lv. 50 Kadabra ; Lv. Alakazam :    POKEMON
   WINNINGS   :         Marsh Badge ; $4950 ; TM46          :   WINNINGS
   DIFFICULTY :                    Hard                     : DIFFICULTY

                               ~ STRATEGY ~
   Sabrina's will sent out Abra firstly. Its level might be high but it
   isn’t that strong. It will mainly use Flash on you. Flash, as you
   might have known, will reduce your accuracy. So kill it quickly.

   Her Kadabra, on the other hand, isn't any pushover. It will do quite
   a hefty amount of damage with Psychic. You should not use Charizard
   or Venusaur here. Due to their weakness against psychic attacks. The
   only Pokemon I suggest using is Pikachu.

   Same goes for Alakazam. It also only uses Psychic attacks. But it
   also have some more additional attacks then Kadabra. It will cast
   Reflect on itself, which will reduce your physical attacks. And it
   also have Recover in handy once it's about to lose. So a highly
   strong elemental attack is highly advise here. Thunderbolt, and Dig
   works very well. Just watch your Pokemon's HP and give it all you
   got and you'll do fine.
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   TRAINER    :                    Blaine                   :    TRAINER
   POKEMON    :      Lv. 48 Ninetales ; Lv. 50 Rapidash     :    POKEMON
   POKEMON    :                Lv. 57 Arcanine              :    POKEMON
   WINNINGS   :        Volcano Badge ; $5346 ; TM38         :   WINNINGS
   DIFFICULTY :                     Easy                    : DIFFICULTY

                               ~ STRATEGY ~
   Remember when I said that all battles after Sabrina should be easy?
   You'll see what I mean when battling Blaine. All of his Pokemons will
   succumb to your Blastoise and Articuno. Fight Fire with Water or Ice.
   Any attacks like Surf, Hydro Pump, Ice Beam or even Watergun will be
   effective here.

   Ninetales will use Flamethrower and Quick Attack against you.
   Flamethrower will do barely a thing due to the type advantage you have.
   Quick Attack will just only do minimal damage. You shouldn't need to
   heal at all during the match.

   Arcanine can also be taken down quickly with Hydro Pump or Surf. It's
   Fire Blast is strong but it shouldn't cause a problem to you
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   TRAINER    :                    Giovanni                 :    TRAINER
   POKEMON    :        Lv. 50 Dugtrio ; Lv. 53 Persian      :    POKEMON
   POKEMON    :       Lv. 53 Nidoqueen ; Lv. 55 Nidoking    :    POKEMON
   POKEMON    :                 Lv. 55 Rhydon               :    POKEMON
   WINNINGS   :           Earth Badge ; $5445 ; TM27        :   WINNINGS
   DIFFICULTY :                     Normal                  : DIFFICULTY

                               ~ STRATEGY ~
   This battle will be a snap if you've taken my advice and train to
   level 55. As you can see from the statistics above, most of
   Giovanni's Pokemons have a weakness against water. So here's where
   Blastoise comes in place again. Take out Dugtrio, Persian and
   Nidoqueen with Blastoise and then switch to a Rock or Ground type for
   Nidoking. Why? For some reason, Nidoking can use Thunder. And you
   know that it will cause critical damage to your Water types. Psychic
   or Ground attack will work well on Nidoking.

   After you've eleminate Nidoking, switch back to Blastoise or use
   Venusaur or Articuno to get rid of Rhydon. You can also use a ground
   type attack like Dig to destroy Rhydon quickly.
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   TRAINER    :                     Lorelei                 :    TRAINER
   POKEMON    :       Lv. 54 Dewgong ; Lv. 53 Cloyster      :    POKEMON
   POKEMON    :Lv. 54 Slowbro ; Lv. 54 Jynx ; Lv. 56 Lapras :    POKEMON
   WINNINGS   :                      $5544                  :   WINNINGS
   DIFFICULTY :                      Easy+                  : DIFFICULTY

                                 ~ STRATEGY ~
   Pikachu should be the main Pokemon for this match. Second shall be
   Charizard, Moltres or Zapdos. But I'm not sure if they are a good
   against Lorelei. The reason why is because she uses only Pokemons
   that know ice attacks. All of the three I listed above are all weak
   against ice. That's why you must rely on your Pikachu. It should have
   the highest or second to the highest level now. Hence it's being your
   first Pokemon.

   Pikachu's Thunderbolt should take care of all her Pokemon. Your
   agility (speed) should also be faster then her Pokemons. You should go
   first every turn. All of her Pokemons have a weakness against Thunder
   except for that annoying Jynx. It might put you to sleep sometime so
   hurry annd beat it.
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   TRAINER    :                      Bruno                  :    TRAINER
   POKEMON    :        Lv. 53 Onix  ; Lv. 55 Hitmonchan     :    POKEMON
   POKEMON    :         Lv. 55 Hitmonlee ; Lv. 56 Onix      :    POKEMON
   POKEMON    :                  Lv. 58 Machamp             :    POKEMON
   WINNINGS   :                      $5742                  :   WINNINGS
   DIFFICULTY :                      Easy+                  : DIFFICULTY

                                 ~ STRATEGY ~
   Another easy battle. Why do they even bother calling these lousy
   trainers the Elite 4? Anyhow, Bruno is like Brock, your first gym
   leader. Except he just doesn't resolve on only Rock type Pokemons. He
   uses some fighting tyes also. Snd you should know what they're both
   weak against.

   Just Articuno, Venusaur, Blastoise or any water or grass type to beat
   the Onix(s). Then change into Mewtwo or any flying type to take down
   the rest.
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   TRAINER    :                      Agatha                 :    TRAINER
   POKEMON    :Lv. 56 Gengar ; Lv. 56 Golbat ; Lv.55 Haunter:    POKEMON
   POKEMON    :          Lv. 58 Arbok ; Lv. 60 Gengar       :    POKEMON
   WINNINGS   :                      $5940                  :   WINNINGS
   DIFFICULTY :                      Normal                 : DIFFICULTY

                                 ~ STRATEGY ~
   Unlike the two previous elites, this old woman can be trouble if you
   do not have the right type of Pokemon. All of her Pokemons use
   Confuse Ray on you. And being confuse means big trouble. The weakness
   that all of her Pokemon haveis ground. If any of your Pokemons knows
   Dig, then she'll be a simple match. If not, then Mewtwo and Confuse
   will always work.
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   TRAINER    :                      Lance                  :    TRAINER
   POKEMON    :      Lv. 58 Gyarados ; Lv. 56 Dragonair     :    POKEMON
   POKEMON    :     Lv. 56 Dragonair ; Lv. 60 Aerodactyl    :    POKEMON
   POKEMON    :                 Lv. 62 Dragonite            :    POKEMON
   WINNINGS   :                      $6138                  :   WINNINGS
   DIFFICULTY :                       Hard                  : DIFFICULTY

                                 ~ STRATEGY ~
   Now here's a challenge. Lance is the top of the Elite 4. He uses
   Dragon type Pokemons. His Gyarados and Aerodactyl can be (and should
   be) beaten by Pikachu with one hit. For they are both weak to
   Thunder types. Dragonairs, and Dragonite are all weak to Ice attacks.
   So I hope you've captured Articuno.

   Though Dragonite may be weakto ice, you should still have caution. He
   can use Fire blast and that'll fry your Articuno. He also have Hyper
   Beam, which sparks up very high damage. But the downside about it is
   that it will take him one turn to recharge. So you get one free turn
   if he uses Hyper Beam. So take him out before so.
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   TRAINER    :                       Gary                  :    TRAINER
   POKEMON    :      Lv. 61 Sandslash Lv. 59 Alakazam       :    POKEMON
   POKEMON    :     Lv. 61 Execuggtor ; Lv. 61 Magneton     :    POKEMON
   POKEMON    :Lv. 63 Cloyster ; Lv. 65 Flareon/Jolteon or  :    POKEMON
   POKEMON    :                     Vaporeon                :    POKEMON
   WINNINGS   :                      $6435                  :   WINNINGS
   DIFFICULTY :                     Normal+                 : DIFFICULTY

                                 ~ STRATEGY ~
   It turned out that Gary is now the Pokemon League Champion. So he
   will he your last opponent. You've beaten him once before and this
   time you can kick his ass again. Most powerful trainer in the world,
   huh? We'll see about that.

   At the beginning of the battle if your first Pokemon isn't the
   opposite attribute of Sandslah, change right away! He should be no
   threat with his weak Poison Sting attack.

   Now Gary will summon the evolve form of that Kadabra he used on you
   during your last duel together. Alakazam has one of the most
   annoying attack in the game. Kinesis. It will lover you accuracy,
   raising the probability of you missing on your next attack. So you
   better kill him off quickly. If not then he'll use Recover. He'll
   heal about 1/3 of his HP back!

   Executor is also a nuisance. It Barrage ability won't do anything
   but just waste time. It can also make you go to sleep. Just take
   it out quickly witha Fire Blast or a Fly attack. Magneton might also
   be annoying with it's Thunder Wave but that can be countered easily.

   His two last Pokemon should be a cinch. You should know what to do.
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   Devin Morgan (DBM11085)
   Credit : Thanks for letting me use a portion of information from
   your Pokemon Yellow, Pokemon List!


   The following Pokemon are not availible in this game. They can only
   be obtained off the Red or Blue version.
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   |Weedle     |Red/Blue|
   |Kakuna     |Red/Blue|
   |Beedrill   |Red/Blue|
   |Electabuzz |Red     |
   |Magmar     |Blue    |
   |Raichu     |Red/Blue|
   |Koffing    |Red/Blue|
   |Weezing    |Red/Blue|
   |Ekans      |Red     |
   |Arbok      |Red     |
   |Meowth     |Blue    |
   |Persian    |Blue    |
   |Jynx       |Red/Blue|
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   #1        : Bulbasaur
   Type      : Grass
   Evolution : Ivysaur - Lv.16
   Location  : Cerulean City
   Pokedex   : It can go for days without eating a single morsel. In the
               bulb on its back, it stores energy.
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   #2        : Ivysaur
   Type      : Grass
   Evolution : Venusaur - Lv.32
   Location  : N/A
   Pokedex   : The bulb on its back grows by drawing energy. It gives
               off an aroma when its ready to bloom.
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   #3        : Venusaur
   Type      : Grass
   Evolution : N/A
   Location  : N/A
   Pokedex   : The flower on its back catches the sun's rays. The
               sunlight is then absorbed and used for energy.
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   #4        : Charmander
   Type      : Fire
   Evolution : Charmeleon - Lv.16
   Location  : Route 24
   Pokedex   : The flame at the tip of its tail makes a sound as it
               burns. You can only hear it in quiet places.
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   #5        : Charmeleon
   Type      : Fire
   Evolution : Charizard - Lv.36
   Location  : N/A
   Pokedex   : Tough fights could excite this Pokemon.  When excited, it
               may blow out bluish-white flames.
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   #6        : Charizard
   Type      : Fire/Flying
   Evolution : N/A
   Location  : N/A
   Pokedex   : When expelling a blast of super hot fire, the red flame
               at he tip of its tail burns more intensely.
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   #7        : Squirtle
   Type      : Water
   Evolution : Wartortle - Lv.16
   Location  : Vermilion City
   Pokedex   : Shoots water at prey while in the water. Withdraws into
               its shell when in danger.
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   #8        : Wartortle
   Type      : Water
   Evolution : Blastoise - Lv.36
   Location  : N/A
   Pokedex   : When tapped, this Pokemon will pull in its head, but its
               tail will still stick out a little bit.
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   #9        : Blastoise
   Type      : Water
   Evolution : N/A
   Location  : N/A
   Pokedex   : Once it takes aim at its enemy, it blasts out water with
               even more force than a fire hose.
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   #10       : Caterpie
   Type      : Bug
   Evolution : Metapod - Lv.7
   Location  : Viridian Forest
   Pokedex   : If you touch the feeler on the top of its head, it will
               release a horrible stink to protect itself.
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   #11       : Metapod
   Type      : Bug
   Evolution : Butterfree - Lv.10
   Location  : Viridian Forest
   Pokedex   : Hardens its shell to protect itself. However, a large
               impact may cause it to pop out of its shell.
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   #12       : Butterfree
   Type      : Bug/Flying
   Evolution : N/A
   Location  : N/A
   Pokedex   : Its wings, covered with poisonous powders, repel water.
               This allows it to fly in the rain.
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   #13       : Weedle
   Type      : Bug/Poison
   Evolution : Kakuna - Lv.7
   Location  : N/A
   Pokedex   : Beware of the sharp stinger on its head. It hides in
               grass and bushes where it eats leaves.
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   #14       : Kakuna
   Type      : Bug/Poison
   Evolution : Beedrill - Lv.10
   Location  : N/A
   Pokedex   : Able to move only slightly. When endangered, it may stick
               out its stinger and poison its enemy.
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   #15       : Beedrill
   Type      : Bug/Poison
   Evolution : N/A
   Location  : N/A
   Pokedex   : It has 3 poisonous stingers on its forelegs and its tail.
               They are used to jab its enemy repeatedly.
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   #16       : Pidgey
   Type      : Normal/Flying
   Evolution : Pidgeotto - Lv.18
   Location  : Route 1, Route 2, Viridian Forest, Route 5, Route 6,
               Route 7, Route 8, Route 11, Route 12, Route 13, Route 24,
               Route 25
   Pokedex   : Very docile. If attacked, it will often kick up sand to
               protect itself rather than fight back.
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   #17       : Pidgeotto
   Type      : Normal/Flying
   Evolution : Pidgeot - Lv.36
   Location  : Viridian Forest, Route 5, Route 6, Route 7, Route 8,
               Route 11, Route 12, Route 13, Route 14, Route 15,
               Route 21, Route 24, Route 25
   Pokedex   : This Pokemon is full of vitality. It constantly flies
               around its large territory in search of prey.
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   #18       : Pidgeot
   Type      : Normal/Flying
   Evolution : N/A
   Location  : N/A
   Pokedex   : This pokemon flies at mach 2 speed, seeking prey. Its
               large talons are feared as wicked weapons.
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   #19       : Rattata
   Type      : Normal
   Evolution : Raticate - Lv.20
   Location  : Route 1, Route 2, Route 3, Route 4, Route 5, Route 6,
               Route 7, Route 8, Route 9, Route 10, Route 11, Route 16,
               Route 18, Cinnabar Island, Route 22
   Pokedex   : Will chew on anything with its fangs. If you see one, it
               is certain that 40 more live in the area.
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   #20       : Raticate
   Type      : Normal
   Evolution : N/A
   Location  : Route 16, Route 9, Route 10, Route 11, Route 18,
               Cinnabar Island, Route 21
   Pokedex   : Its hind feet are webbed.  They act as flippers, so it
               can swim in rivers and hunt for prey.
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   #21       : Spearow
   Type      : Normal/Flying
   Evolution : Fearow - Lv.20
   Location  : Route 3, Route 4, Route 9, Route 16, Route 18, Route 22
   Pokedex   : Inept at flying high. However, it can fly around very
               fast protect its territory.
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   #22       : Fearow
   Type      : Normal/Flying
   Evolution : N/A
   Location  : Route 9, Route 16, Route 17, Route 18, Route 23.
   Pokedex   : A Pokemon that dates back many years. If it senses
               danger, it flies high and away, instantly.
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   #23       : Ekans
   Type      : Poison
   Evolution : Arbok - Lv.22
   Location  : N/A
   Pokedex   : The older it gets, the longer it grows.  At night, it
               wraps its body around tree branches to rest.
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   #24       : Arbok
   Type      : Poison
   Evolution : N/A
   Location  : N/A
   Pokedex   : The frightening patterns on its belly have been studied.
               Six variations have been confirmed.
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   #25       : Pikachu
   Type      : Electric
   Evolution : Raichu (Unavailible in Game)
   Location  : Pallet Town
   Pokedex   : It keeps its tail raised to monitor its surroundings. If
               you yank its tail, it will try to bite you.
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   #26       : Raichu
   Type      : Electric
   Evolution : N/A
   Location  : N/A
   Pokedex   : When electricity builds up inside its body, it becomes
               feisty. It also glows in the dark.
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   #27       : Sandshrew
   Type      : Ground
   Evolution : Sandslash - Lv.22
   Location  : Route 3, Mt. Moon, Route 4
   Pokedex   : Its body is dry. When it gets cold at night, its hide is
               said to become coated with a fine dew.
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   #28       : Sandslash
   Type      : Ground
   Evolution : N/A
   Location  : N/A
   Pokedex   : It is skilled at slashing enemies with its claws. If
               broken, they start to grow back in a day.
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   #29       : Nidoran (Female)
   Type      : Poison
   Evolution : Nidorina - Lv.16
   Location  : Route 2, Route 22, Route 9, Route 10, Safari Zone
   Pokedex   : A mild-mannered Pokemon that does not like to fight.
               Beware, its small horns secrete venom.
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   #30       : Nidorina
   Type      : Poison
   Evolution : Nidoqueen (Moon Stone)
   Location  : Route 9, Safari Zone, Route 23
   Pokedex   : When resting deep in its burrow, its thorns always
               retract. This is proof that it is relaxed.
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   #31       : Nidoqueen
   Type      : Poison/Ground
   Evolution : N/A
   Location  : N/A
   Pokedex   : Tough scales cover the sturdy body of this Pokemon. It
               appears that the scales grow in cycles.
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   #32       : Nidoran (Male)
   Type      : Poison
   Evolution : Nidorino - Lv.16
   Location  : Route 2, Route 22, Route 9, Route 10, Safari Zone
   Pokedex   : Its large ears are always kept upright. If it senses
               danger, it will attack with a poisonous sting.
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   #33       : Nidorino
   Type      : Poison
   Evolution : Nidoking (Moon Stone)
   Location  : Route 9, Safari Zone, Route 23
   Pokedex   : Its horns contain venom. If they are stabbed into an
               enemy, the impact makes the poison leak out.
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   #34       : Nidoking
   Type      : Poison/Ground
   Evolution : N/A
   Location  : N/A
   Pokedex   : Its steel-like hid adds to its powerful tackle. Its horns
               are so hard, they can pierce a diamond.
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   #35       : Clefairy
   Type      : Normal
   Evolution : Clefable (Moon Stone)
   Location  : Mt. Moon
   Pokedex   : Adored for their cute look and playfulness. They are
               thought to be rare, as they do not appear often.
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   #36       : Clefable
   Type      : Normal
   Evolution : N/A
   Location  : N/A
   Pokedex   : They appear to be very protective of their own world. It
               is a kind of fairy, rarely seen by people.
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   #37       : Vulpix
   Type      : Fire
   Evolution : Ninetales (Fire Stone)
   Location  : N/A
   Pokedex   : Both its fur and its tails are beautiful. As it grows,
               the tails split and form more tails.
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   #38       : Ninetales
   Type      : Fire
   Evolution : N/A
   Location  : N/A
   Pokedex   : According to an enduring ledgend 9 noble saints were
               united and recarnated as this Pokemon.
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   #39       : Jigglypuff
   Type      : Normal
   Evolution : Wigglytuff (Moon Stone)
   Location  : Route 5, Route 6, Route 7, & Route 8
   Pokedex   : Uses its alluring eyes enrapture its foes. It then sings
               a pleasing melody that lulls the foe to sleep.
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   #40       : Wigglytuff
   Type      : Normal
   Evolution : N/A
   Location  : N/A
   Pokedex   : Its body is full of elasticity. By inhaling deeply, it
               can continue to inflate itself without limit.
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   #41       : Zubat
   Type      : Poison/Flying
   Evolution : Golbat - Lv.22
   Location  : Mt. Moon, Rock Tunnel, Seafoam Island, Victory Road.
   Pokedex   : Emits ultrasonic cries when it flies. They act as a sonar
               used to check for objects in the way.
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   #42       : Golbat
   Type      : Poison/Flying
   Evolution : N/A
   Location  : Seafoam Island & Victory Road
   Pokedex   : It attacks in a stealthy manner without warning. Its
               sharp fangs are used to bite and suck blood.
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   #43       : Oddish
   Type      : Grass/Poison
   Evolution : Gloom - Lv.21
   Location  : Route 24, Route 25, Route 12, Route 13, Route 14,
               Route 15
   Pokedex   : It may be mistaken for a clump of weeds.  If you try to
               yank it out of the ground, it shrieks horribly.
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   #44       : Gloom
   Type      : Grass/Poison
   Evolution : Vileplume (Leaf Stone)
   Location  : Route 12, Route 13, Route 14, Route 15
   Pokedex   : Smells incredibly foul!  However, around 1 out of 1,000
               people enjoy sniffing its nose-bending stink.
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   #45       : Vileplume
   Type      : Grass/Poison
   Evolution : N/A
   Location  : N/A
   Pokedex   : Flaps its broad flower petals to scatter its poisonous
               pollen. The flapping sound is very loud.
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   #46       : Paras
   Type      : Bug/Grass
   Evolution : Parasect - Lv.24
   Location  : Mt. Moon & Safari Zone
   Pokedex   : Burrows under the ground to gnaw on tree roots. The
               mushrooms on its back absorb most of the nutrition.
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   #47       : Parasect
   Type      : Bug/Grass
   Evolution : N/A
   Location  : Safari Zone
   Pokedex   : The bug host is drained of energy by the mushrooms on its
               back. They appear to do all the thinking.
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   #48       : Venonat
   Type      : Bug/Poison
   Evolution : Venomoth - Lv.31
   Location  : Route 24, Route 25, Route 14, Route 15
   Pokedex   : Its large eyes act as radars.  In a bright place, you can
               see they are clusters of many tiny eyes.
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   #49       : Venomoth
   Type      : Bug/Poison
   Evolution : N/A
   Location  : Route 14 & Route 15
   Pokedex   : The powdery scales on its wings are hard to remove. They
               also contain poison that leaks out on contact.
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   #50       : Diglett
   Type      : Ground
   Evolution : Dugtrio - Lv.26
   Location  : Diglett's Cave
   Pokedex   : It prefers dark places. It spends most of the time
               underground, though it may pop up in caves.
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   #51       : Dugtrio
   Type      : Ground
   Evolution : N/A
   Location  : Diglett's Cave
   Pokedex   : A team of triplets that can burrow over 60 MPH. Due to
               this, some people think it's an earthquake.
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   #52       : Meowth
   Type      : Normal
   Evolution : Persian - Lv.28
   Location  : N/A
   Pokedex   : Appears to be more active at night.  It loves round and
               shiny things. It can't stop from picking them up.
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   #53       : Persian
   Type      : Normal
   Evolution : N/A
   Location  : N/A
   Pokedex   : The gem in its forehead glows on its own! It walks with
               all the grace and elegance of a proud queen.
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   #54       : Psyduck
   Type      : Water
   Evolution : Golduck - Lv.33
   Location  : Route 6
   Pokedex   : Always tormented by headaches. It uses psychic powers but
               it is not known if intended to do so.
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   #55       : Golduck
   Type      : Water
   Evolution : N/A
   Location  : Route 6
   Pokedex   : Its slim and long limbs end in broad flippers. They are
               used for swimming gracefully in lakes.
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   #56       : Mankey
   Type      : Fighting
   Evolution : Primeape - Lv.28
   Location  : Route 22, Route 23, Route 3, Route 4
   Pokedex   : An agile Pokemon that lives in trees. It angers easily
               and will not hesitate to attack anything.
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   #57       : Primeape
   Type      : Fighting
   Evolution : N/A
   Location  : Route 23
   Pokedex   : It stops being angry only when nobody else is around. To
               view this moment is very difficult.
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   #58       : Growlithe
   Type      : Fire
   Evolution : Arcanine (Fire Stone)
   Location  : Cinnabar Island
   Pokedex   : A pokemon with a friendly nature. However, it will bark
               fiercely at anything invading its territory.
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   #59       : Arcanine
   Type      : Fire
   Evolution : N/A
   Location  : N/A
   Pokedex   : A ledgendary Pokemon in China. Many people are charmed by
               its grace and beauty while running.
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   #60       : Poliwag
   Type      : Water
   Evolution : Poliwhirl - Lv.25
   Location  : Viridian City, Route 22, Route 23 (Fishing)
   Pokedex   : The direction of the spiral on the belly differs by areas.
               It is more adept at swimming than walking.
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   #61       : Poliwhirl
   Type      : Water
   Evolution : Poliwrath (Water Stone)
   Location  : N/A
   Pokedex   : Under attack it uses its belly spiral to put the foe to
               sleep and then makes its escape.
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   #62       : Poliwrath
   Type      : Water/Fighting
   Evolution : N/A
   Location  : N/A
   Pokedex   : Swims powerfully using all the muscles in its body. It
               can even overtake champion swimmers.
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   #63       : Abra
   Type      : Psychic
   Evolution : Kadabra - Lv.16
   Location  : Route 5, Route 6, Route 7, Route 8
   Pokedex   : Sleeps 18 hours a day. If it senses danger, it will
               teleport itself to safety even as it sleeps.
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   #64       : Kadabra
   Type      : Psychic
   Evolution : Alakazam - Trade To Another Cartridge
   Location  : Route 8
   Pokedex   : Many odd things happen if this Pokemon is close by. For
               example, it makes clocks run backwards.
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   #65       : Alakazam
   Type      : Psychic
   Evolution : N/A
   Location  : N/A
   Pokedex   : A Pokemon that can memorize anything. It never forgets
               what it learns thats why this Pokemon is smart.
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   #66       : Machop
   Type      : Fighting
   Evolution : Machoke - Lv.28
   Location  : Rock Tunnel & Route 10
   Pokedex   : Very powerful in spite of its small size. Its mastery of
               many types of martial arts makes it very tough.
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   #67       : Machoke
   Type      : Fighting
   Evolution : Machamp (Trading)
   Location  : Victory Road
   Pokedex   : The belt around its waist holds back its energy. Without
               it, this Pokemon would be unstoppable.
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   #68       : Machamp
   Type      : Fighting
   Evolution : N/A
   Location  : N/A
   Pokedex   : One arm alone can move mountains. Using all four arms,
               this Pokemon fires of awesome punches.
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   #69       : Bellsprout
   Type      : Grass/Poison
   Evolution : Weepinbell - Lv.21
   Location  : Route 24, Route 25, Route 12, Route 13, Route 14,
               Route 15
   Pokedex   : Prefers hot and humid places. It ensnares tiny insects
               with its vines and devours them.
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   #70       : Weepinbell
   Type      : Grass/Poison
   Evolution : Victreebel (Leaf Stone)
   Location  : Route 12, Route 13, Route 14, Route 15
   Pokedex   : When hungry, it swallows anything that moves. Its hapless
               prey is melted inside by strong acids.
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   #71       : Victreebel
   Type      : Grass/Poison
   Evolution : N/A
   Location  : N/A
   Pokedex   : Lures prey with the sweet aroma of honey. Swallowed
               whole, the prey is melted in a day, bones and all.
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   #72       : Tentacool
   Type      : Water/Poison
   Evolution : Tentacruel - Lv.30
   Location  : Route, 19, Route 20, Route 21, Seafoam Island
   Pokedex   : It can sometimes be found all dry and shriveled upon a
               beach. Toss it back into the sea to revive it.
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   #73       : Tentacruel
   Type      : Water/Poison
   Evolution : N/A
   Location  : N/A
   Pokedex   : Its 80 tentacles can stretch and contract freely. They
               wrap around prey and weaken it with poison.
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   #74       : Geodude
   Type      : Rock/Ground
   Evolution : Graveler - Lv.25
   Location  : Mt. Moon, Rock Tunnel, Victory Road
   Pokedex   : Commonly found near mountain trails, etc. If you step on
               one by accident, it gets angry.
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   #75       : Graveler
   Type      : Rock/Ground
   Evolution : Golem (Trading)
   Location  : Victory Road
   Pokedex   : Often seen rolling down mountain trails. Obstacles are
               just things to roll straight over, not avoid.
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   #76       : Golem
   Type      : Rock/Ground
   Evolution : N/A
   Location  : N/A
   Pokedex   : Once it sheds its skin, its body turns tender and
               whitish. Its hide hardens when it's exposed to air.
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   #77       : Ponyta
   Type      : Fire
   Evolution : Rapidash - Lv.40
   Location  : Route 17
   Pokedex   : Capable of jumping really high. Its hooves and sturdy
               legs absorb the impact of the hard landing
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   #78       : Rapidash
   Type      : Fire
   Evolution : N/A
   Location  : N/A
   Pokedex   : Just loves to run. If it sees something faster than
               itself, it will give chase at top speed.
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   #79       : Slowpoke
   Type      : Water/Psychic
   Evolution : Slowbro - Lv.37
   Location  : Route 12, Route 13, Seafoam Island
   Pokedex   : Incredbly slow and sluggish. It is quite content to loll
               about without worrying about the time.
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   #80       : Slowbro
   Type      : Water/Psychic
   Evolution : N/A
   Location  : Route 12, Route 13, Seafoam Island
   Pokedex   : Lives lazily by the sea. If the Shellder on its tail
               comes off, it becomes a Slowpoke again.
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   #81       : Magnemite
   Type      : Electric
   Evolution : Magneton - Lv.30
   Location  : Route 10 & Power Plant
   Pokedex   : It is born with the ability to defy gravity. It floats in
               air on powerful electro-magnetic waves.
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   #82       : Magneton
   Type      : Electric
   Evolution : N/A
   Location  : Power Plant
   Pokedex   : Generates strange radio signals. It raises the temperture
               by 3.6F degrees within 3,300 feet.
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   #83       : Farfetch'd
   Type      : Normal/Flying
   Evolution : N/A
   Location  : Route 12, Route 13
   Pokedex   : Lives where ready plants grow. They are rarely seen, so
               it's thought there numbers are decreasing.
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   #84       : Doduo
   Type      : Normal/Flying
   Evolution : Dodrio - Lv.31
   Location  : Route 16, Route 17, Route 18
   Pokedex   : Its short wings make flying difficult. Instead, this
               Pokemon runs at high speed on developed legs.
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   #85       : Dodrio
   Type      : Normal/Flying
   Evolution : N/A
   Location  : Route 17
   Pokedex   : One of Doduo's 2 heads splits to form a unique species.
               It runs close to 40 MPH in prairies.
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   #86       : Seel
   Type      : Water
   Evolution : Dewgong - Lv.34
   Location  : Seafoam Island
   Pokedex   : Loves freezing cold conditions. Relishes swimming in a
               frigid climate of around 14F degrees.
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   #87       : Dewgong
   Type      : Water/Ice
   Evolution : N/A
   Location  : Seafoam Island
   Pokedex   : Its entire body is a snowy-white. Unharmed by even
               intense cold, it swims powerfully in icy waters.
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   #88       : Grimer
   Type      : Poison
   Evolution : Muk - Lv.38
   Location  : Power Plant & Cinnabar Island
   Pokedex   : Made of hardened sludge. It smalls too putrid to touch.
               Even weeds won't grow in its path.
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   #89       : Muk
   Type      : Poison
   Evolution : N/A
   Location  : Power Plant & Cinnabar Island
   Pokedex   : Smells so awful, it can cause fainting. Through
               degeneration, it lost its sense of smell.
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   #90       : Shellder
   Type      : Water
   Evolution : Cloyster (Water Stone)
   Location  : Route 17, Route 18, S.S. Anne (Fishing)
   Pokedex   : The shell can withstand any attack. However, when it is
               open, the tender body is exposed.
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   #91       : Cloyster
   Type      : Water/Ice
   Evolution : N/A
   Location  : N/A
   Pokedex   : For protection, it uses its harder- than-diamonds shell.
               It also shoots spikes from the shell.
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   #92       : Gastly
   Type      : Ghost/Poison
   Evolution : Haunter - Lv.25
   Location  : Pokemon Tower
   Pokedex   : Said to appear in decrepit, deserted buildings. It has no
               real shape as it appears to be made of gas.
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   #93       : Haunter
   Type      : Ghost/Poison
   Evolution : Gengar (Trading)
   Location  : Pokemon Tower
   Pokedex   : By licking, it saps the victims life. It causes shaking
               that won't stop until the victim's demise.
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   #94       : Gengar
   Type      : Ghost/Poison
   Evolution : N/A
   Location  : N/A
   Pokedex   : A Gengar is close by if you feel a sudden chill. It may
               be trying to a lay a curse on you.
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   #95       : Onix
   Type      : Rock/Ground
   Evolution : N/A
   Location  : Rock Tunnel, Victory Road
   Pokedex   : Burrows at high speed in search of food.  The tunnels it
               leaves are used as homes by Digletts.
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   #96       : Drowzee
   Type      : Psychic
   Evolution : Hypno - Lv.26
   Location  : Route 11
   Pokedex   : If you sleep by it all the time, it will sometimes show
               you dreams it has eaten in the past.
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   #97       : Hypno
   Type      : Psychic
   Evolution : N/A
   Location  : N/A
   Pokedex   : Avoid eye contact if you come across one. It will try to
               put you to sleep by using its pendulum.
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   #98       : Krabby
   Type      : Water
   Evolution : Kingler - Lv.28
   Location  : Seafoam Island
   Pokedex   : Its pincers are superb weapons. They sometimes break off
               during battle, but they grow back fast.
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   #99       : Kingler
   Type      : Water
   Evolution : N/A
   Location  : Seafoam Island
   Pokedex   : One claw grows massive and as hard as steel. It has a
               10,000 HP strength. However, it is too heavy.
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   #100      : Voltorb
   Type      : Electric
   Evolution : Electrode - Lv.30
   Location  : Power Plant
   Pokedex   : It is said to camouflage itself as a Poke Ball. It will
               self-destruct with very little stimulus.
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   #101      : Electrode
   Type      : Electric
   Evolution : N/A
   Location  : N/A
   Pokedex   : Stores electrical energy inside its body. Even the
               slightest shock could trigger a huge explosion.
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   #102      : Exeggcute
   Type      : Grass
   Evolution : Exeggutor (Leaf Stone)
   Location  : Safari Zone
   Pokedex   : The heads attract each other and spin around. There must
               be 6 heads for it to maintain balance.
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   #103      : Exeggutor
   Type      : Grass/Psychic
   Evolution : N/A
   Location  : N/A
   Pokedex   : Its cries are very noisy. This is because each of three
               heads thinks about whatever it likes.
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   #104      : Cubone
   Type      : Ground
   Evolution : Marowak - Lv.28
   Location  : Safari Zone
   Pokedex   : It wears the skull of it's deceased mother. It's cries
               echo inside the skull and come out as a sad melody.
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   #105      : Marowak
   Type      : Ground
   Evolution : N/A
   Location  : Safari Zone
   Pokedex   : Small and weak, this Pokemon is adept with its bone club
               and becomes more vicious over the years.
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   #106      : Hitmonlee
   Type      : Fighting
   Evolution : N/A
   Location  : Saffron City
   Pokedex   : When kicking, the sole of its foot turns as hard as a
               diamond on impact and destroys its enemy.
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   #107      : Hitmonchan
   Type      : Fighting
   Evolution : N/A
   Location  : Saffron City
   Pokedex   : Punches in a cork screw fashion. It can punch its way
               through concrete walls in the same way as a drill.
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   #108      : Lickitung
   Type      : Normal
   Evolution : N/A
   Location  : N/A
   Pokedex   : Its tongue spans almost 7 feet and moves more freely than
               its forelegs. Its licks can cause paralysis.
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   #109      : Koffing
   Type      : Poison
   Evolution : Weezing - Lv.35
   Location  : N/A
   Pokedex   : In hot places, its internal gases could expand and
               explode without any warning. Be very careful!
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   #110      : Weezing
   Type      : Poison
   Evolution : N/A
   Location  : N/A
   Pokedex   : It lives and grows by absorbing dust, germs and poison
               gases that are contained in toxic waste and garbage.
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   #111      : Rhyhorn
   Type      : Ground/Rock
   Evolution : Rhydon - Lv.42
   Location  : Safari Zone
   Pokedex   : A Pokemon with a one-track mind. Once it charges, it
               won't stop running until it falls asleep.
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   #112      : Rhydon
   Type      : Ground/Rock
   Evolution : N/A
   Location  : N/A
   Pokedex   : Walks on its hind legs. Shows signs of intelligence. Its
               armor-like hide even repels molten lava.
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   #113      : Chansey
   Type      : Normal
   Evolution : N/A
   Location  : Safari Zone
   Pokedex   : A gentle and kind-hearted Pokemon that shares its
               nutritious eggs if it sees an injured Pokemon.
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   #114      : Tangela
   Type      : Grass
   Evolution : N/A
   Location  : Safari Zone
   Pokedex   : Its identity is obscured by masses of thick, blue vines.
               The vines are said to never stop growing.
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   #115      : Kangaskhan
   Type      : Normal
   Evolution : N/A
   Location  : Safari Zone
   Pokedex   : Raises itsyoung in its belly pouch. Won't run from any
               fight to keep its young protected.
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   #116      : Horsea
   Type      : Water
   Evolution : Seadra - Lv.32
   Location  : Fishing
   Pokedex   : If it senses any danger, it will vigorously spray water
               or a special type of ink from its mouth.
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   #117      : Seadra
   Type      : Water
   Evolution : N/A
   Location  : N/A
   Pokedex   : Touching the back fin causes numbness. It hooks its tail
               to coral to stay in place while sleeping.
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   #118      : Goldeen
   Type      : Water
   Evolution : Seaking - Lv.33
   Location  : Fishing
   Pokedex   : When its time for them to lay eggs, they can be seen
               swimming up rivers and fall in large groups.
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   #119      : Seaking
   Type      : Water
   Evolution : N/A
   Location  : N/A
   Pokedex   : It is the male's job to make a nest by carving out
               boulders in a stream using the horn in its head.
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   #120      : Staryu
   Type      : Water
   Evolution : Starmie (Water Stone)
   Location  : Seafoam Island
   Pokedex   : As long as the center section is unharmed, it can grow
               back fully even if it is chopped to bits.
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   #121      : Starmie
   Type      : Water/Psychic
   Evolution : N/A
   Location  : N/A
   Pokedex   : The center section is named the core. People think it is
               communicating when it glows in seven colors.
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   #122      : Mr. Mime
   Type      : Psychic
   Evolution : N/A
   Location  : Trade with Trainer near Viridian Forest
   Pokedex   : Always practices its pantomime act. It makes enemies
               believe something exists that really doesn't.
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   #123      : Scyther
   Type      : Bug/Flying
   Evolution : N/A
   Location  : Safari Zone
   Pokedex   : Leaps out of tall grass and slices prey with its scythes.
               The movement looks like that of a ninja.
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   #124      : Jynx
   Type      : Ice/Psychic
   Evolution : N/A
   Location  : N/A
   Pokedex   : Appears to move to a rhythm of its own, as if it were
               dancing. It wiggles its hips as it walks.
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   #125      : Electabuzz
   Type      : Electric
   Evolution : N/A
   Location  : N/A
   Pokedex   : If a major power outage occurs, it is certain that this
               Pokemon has eaten electricity at a power plant.
   - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
   #126      : Magmar
   Type      : Fire
   Evolution : N/N
   Location  : N/A
   Pokedex   : Born in an active volcano. Its body is always cloaked in
               flames, so it looks like a big ball of fire.
   - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
   #127      : Pinsir
   Type      : Bug
   Evolution : N/A
   Location  : Safari Zone
   Pokedex   : Grips its prey in its pincers and squeezes hard! It can't
               move if it's cold, so it lives in warm places.
   - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
   #128      : Tauros
   Type      : Normal
   Evolution : N/A
   Location  : Safari Zone
   Pokedex   : A rowdy Pokemon with a lot of stamina. Once running, it
               won't stop until it hits something.
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   #129      : Magikarp
   Type      : Water
   Evolution : Gyrados - Lv.20
   Location  : Route 3, Fuchsia City, Safari Zone (Fishing)
   Pokedex   : Famous for being very unreliable.  It can be found
               swimming in seas, lakes, rivers, and shallow puddles.
   - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
   #130      : Gyrados 
   Type      : Water/Flying
   Evolution : N/A
   Location  : N/A
   Pokedex   : Bruttaly vicious and enormously destructive. Known for
               totally destroying cities in ancient times
   - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
   #131      : Lapras
   Type      : Water/Ice
   Evolution : N/A
   Location  :  Silph Co.
   Pokedex   : A gentle soul that can read the minds ofpeople. It can
               ferry people across the sea on it's back.
   - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
   #132      : Ditto
   Type      : Normal
   Evolution : N/A
   Location  : Cinnabar Island
   Pokedex   : When it spots an enemy, its body transfigures into an
               almost perfect copy of its opponent.
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   #133      : Eevee
   Type      : Normal
   Evolution : Vaporeon (Water Stone), Jolteon (Thunder Stone),
               Flareon (Fire Stone)
   Location  : Back of Pokemon Mansion in Celadon City
   Pokedex   : Its genetic code is unstable, so it could evolve in a
               variety of ways. There are only a few alive.
   - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
   #134      : Vaporeon
   Type      : Water
   Evolution : N/A
   Location  : N/A
   Pokedex   : Its cell structure is similar to water molecules. It will
               melt away and become invisible in water.
   - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
   #135      : Jolteon
   Type      : Electric
   Evolution : N/A
   Location  : N/A
   Pokedex   : A sensitive Pokemon that easily becomes sad or angry.
               Every time its mood changes, it charges power.
   - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
   #136      : Flareon
   Type      : Fire
   Evolution : N/A
   Location  : N/A
   Pokedex   : It has a flame chamber inside its body. It inhales, then
               blows out fire that is over 3,000 degrees.
   - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
   #137      : Porygon
   Type      : Normal
   Evolution : N/A
   Location  : Game Corner (Celdaon City)
   Pokedex   : The only Pokemon people anticipate can fly into space.
               None has managed that feat, however.
   - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
   #138      : Omanyte
   Type      : Rock/Water
   Evolution : Omastar - Lv.40
   Location  : Helix Fossil (Mt. Moon) use at Cinnabar Island 
   Pokedex   : An ancient Pokemon that was recovered from a fossil, It
               swims by clevery twisting its 10 tentacles about.
   - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
   #139      : Omastar
   Type      : Rock/Water
   Evolution : N/A
   Location  : N/A
   Pokedex   : Sharp beaks ring its mouth. Its shell was too big for it
               to move freely, so it became extinct.
   - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
   #140      : Kabuto
   Type      : Rock/Water
   Evolution : Kabutops - Lv.40
   Location  : Dome Fossil (Mt. Moon) use at Cinnabar Island
   Pokedex   : A Pokemon that was recovered from a fossil. It uses the
               eyes on its back while hiding on the sea floor.
   - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
   #141      : Kabutops
   Type      : Rock/Water
   Evolution : N/A
   Location  : N/A
   Pokedex   : A slim and fast swimmer. It slices its prey with its
               sharp sickles and drinks the body fluids.
   - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
   #142      : Aerodactyl
   Type      : Rock/Flying
   Evolution : N/A
   Location  : Old Amber (Pewter City) use at Cinnabar Island
   Pokedex   : A savage Pokemon that died out in ancient times. It was
               resurrected using DNA taken from amber
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   #143      : Snorlax
   Type      : Normal
   Evolution : N/A
   Location  : Route 12, Route 16 (Poke Flute)
   Pokedex   : Will eat anything, even if the food happens to be a
               little moldy. It never gets an upset stomach.
   - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
   #144      : Articuno
   Type      : Ice/Flying
   Evolution : N/A
   Location  : Seafoam Island
   Pokedex   : A legendary bird Pokemon. It freezes water that is
               contained in winter air and makes it snow.
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   #145      : Zapdos
   Type      : Electric/Flying
   Evolution : N/A
   Location  : Power Plant
   Pokedex   : This legendary bird Pokemon is said to appear when the
               sky turns dark and lightning showers down.
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   #146      : Moltres
   Type      : Fire/Flying
   Evolution : N/A
   Location  : Victory Road
   Pokedex   : A legendary bird Pokemon. As it flaps its flaming wings,
               even the night sky will turn red.
   - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
   #147      : Dratini
   Type      : Dragon
   Evolution : Dragonair
   Location  : Safri Zone (Fishing)
   Pokedex   : The existence of this mythical Pokemon was only recently
               confirmed by a fisherman who caught one.
   - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
   #148      : Dragonair
   Type      : Dragon
   Evolution : Dragonite
   Location  : N/A
   Pokedex   : According to a witness, its body was surrounded a strange
               aura that gave it a mystical look.
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   #149      : Dragonite
   Type      : Dragon/Flying
   Evolution : N/A
   Location  : N/A
   Pokedex   : It is said that this Pokemon lives somewhere in sea and
               that it flies. However, it is only a rumor.
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   #150      : Mewtwo
   Type      : Psychic
   Evolution : N/A
   Location  : Unknown Dungeon
   Pokedex   : Its DNA is almost the same as Mew's. However, its size
               and disposition are vastly different.
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   |Ident. Key : #pkya |
    ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ

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   Ability     : Absorb
   Type        : Grass
   PP          : 20
   Description : Absorb HP equal to 1/2 of the damage.
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   Ability     : Acid
   Type        : Poison
   PP          : 30
   Description : Damages opponent, may also decreases its Defense.
   - - - - - - -
   Ability     : Acid Armor
   Type        : Poison
   PP          : 40
   Description : Increases defense points.
   - - - - - - -
   Ability     : Agility
   Type        : Psychic
   PP          : 30
   Description : Increases Speed.
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   Ability     : Amnesia
   Type        : Psychic
   PP          : 20
   Description : Increases Special Attack.
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   Ability     : Aurora Beam
   Type        : Ice
   PP          : 20
   Description : Damages opponent for medium Ice-typed damage,
                 may also Freezes or decreases its Attack Power.

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   Ability     : Barrage
   Type        : Normal
   PP          : 20
   Description : Hits opponent 2 to 5 times in a row.
   - - - - - - -
   Ability     : Barrier
   Type        : Psychic
   PP          : 30
   Description : Increases Defense points.
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   Ability     : Bide
   Type        : Normal
   PP          : 10
   Description : Charges for 2 to 3 turns, and then hits opponent
                 for double the damage recieved.
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   Ability     : Bind
   Type        : Normal
   PP          : 20
   Description : Hits opponent 2 to 5 times in a row.
   - - - - - - -
   Ability     : Bite
   Type        : Normal
   PP          : 25
   Description : Damages opponent for normal damage and may also
                 make enemy flinch.
   - - - - - - -
   Ability     : Blizzard
   Type        : Ice
   PP          : 5
   Description : Damages opponent for major Ice-typed damage and
                 may also make the enemy frozen it.
   - - - - - - -
   Ability     : Body Slam
   Type        : Normal
   PP          : 15
   Description : Damages opponent for big normal damage and may
                 also Paralyzes it.
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   Ability     : Bone Club
   Type        : Ground
   PP          : 20
   Description : Damages opponent and may cause enemy to flinch.
   - - - - - - -
   Ability     : Bonemerang
   Type        : Ground
   PP          : 10
   Description : Hits opponent twice.
   - - - - - - -
   Ability     : Bubble
   Type        : Water
   PP          : 30
   Description : Hits opponent for light Water-typed damage and
                 may also decreases its Speed.
   - - - - - - -
   Ability     : Bubblebeam
   Type        : Water
   PP          : 20
   Description : Damage opponent with Water-typed attack and may
                 also decreases Speed.

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   Ability     : Clamp
   Type        : Water
   PP          : 10
   Description : Hits opponent 2 to 5 times in a row with
                 Water-typed damage.
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   Ability     : Comet Punch
   Type        : Normal
   PP          : 15
   Description : Hits opponent 2 to 5 times in a row.
   - - - - - - -
   Ability     : Confuse Ray
   Type        : Ghost
   PP          : 10
   Description : Confuses opponent.
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   Ability     : Confusion
   Type        : Psychic
   PP          : 25
   Description : Damages opponent with Psychic-typed damage and
                 may also Confuses it.
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   Ability     : Constrict
   Type        : Normal
   PP          : 35
   Description : Damages opponent and may also decreases speed.
   - - - - - - -
   Ability     : Conversion
   Type        : Normal
   PP          : 30
   Description : Switches your Pokemon's Type to match with the
                 opponent's Type.
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   Ability     : Counter
   Type        : Fighting
   PP          : 20
   Description : Damages your opponent for twice the damage
                 received.
   - - - - - - -
   Ability     : Crabhammer
   Type        : Water
   PP          : 10
   Description : Cause Water-typed attack to opponent, may also
                 cause critical hit.
   - - - - - - -
   Ability     : Cut
   Type        : Normal
   PP          : 30
   Description : Damage opponent.  Also cuts trees out of battle.

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   Ability     : Defense Curl
   Type        : Normal
   PP          : 40
   Description : Increases Defense Power temporarily.
   - - - - - - -
   Ability     : Dig
   Type        : Ground
   PP          : 10
   Description : Takes a turn to dig and then attack for a
                 Ground-typed damage. Returns you to the last
                 Pokemon Center you visited outside of battle.
   - - - - - - -
   Ability     : Disable
   Type        : Normal
   PP          : 20
   Description : Disables one of the opponent's abilities.
   - - - - - - -
   Ability     : Dizzy Punch
   Type        : Normal
   PP          : 10
   Description : Damages opponent. May also cause Confusion.
   - - - - - - -
   Ability     : Double Kick
   Type        : Fighting
   PP          : 30
   Description : Hits opponent twice with Fighting-typed damage.
   - - - - - - -
   Ability     : Double Team
   Type        : Normal
   PP          : 15
   Description : Increases Evade status.
   - - - - - - -
   Ability     : Double Edge
   Type        : Normal
   PP          : 15
   Description : Major damage to the enemy. Also hit with recoil
                 for 1/4 of the damage you have caused.
   - - - - - - -
   Ability     : Doubleslap
   Type        : Normal
   PP          : 10
   Description : Hits opponent 2 - 5 times in a row.
   - - - - - - -
   Ability     : Dragon Rage
   Type        : Dragon
   PP          : 10
   Description : Causes 40 HP of damage to the enemy.
   - - - - - - -
   Ability     : Dream Eater
   Type        : Psychic
   PP          : 15
   Description :  Absorbs HP from the opponent(the enemy must
                  be asleep).
   - - - - - - -
   Ability     : Drill Peck
   Type        : Flying
   PP          : 20
   Description : Damages opponent withFlying-typed damage.

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   Ability     : Earthquake
   Type        : Ground
   PP          : 10
   Description : Damages enemy with Ground-typed damage.
   - - - - - - -
   Ability     : Egg Bomb
   Type        : Normal
   PP          : 10
   Description : Damages opponent.
   - - - - - - -
   Ability     : Ember
   Type        : Fire
   PP          : 25
   Description : Damages enemy with Fire-typed damage. May
                 also cause burn.
   - - - - - - -
   Ability     : Explosion
   Type        : Normal
   PP          : 5
   Description : Sacrifice Pokemon to cause major damage to
                 the enemy.

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   Ability     : Fire Blast
   Type        : Fire
   PP          : 5
   Description : Damages enemy with major Fire-typed damage.
                 May also cause burn.
   - - - - - - -
   Ability     : Fire Punch
   Type        : Fire
   PP          : 15
   Description : Damages enemy with Fire-typed damage and may
                 also cause burn.
   - - - - - - -
   Ability     : Fire Spin
   Type        : Fire
   PP          : 15
   Description : Hits enemy 2 - 5 attack of Fire-typed damage.
   - - - - - - -
   Ability     : Fissure
   Type        : Ground
   PP          : 5
   Description : May KO'ed enemy with 1 hit.
   - - - - - - -
   Ability     : Flamethrower
   Type        : Fire
   PP          : 15
   Description : Damages enemy with strong Fire-typed damage.
                 May also cause burn.
   - - - - - - -
   Ability     : Flash
   Type        : Normal
   PP          : 20
   Description : Decreases opponent's Accuracy temporarily. Out
                 of battle, lights up Rock Tunnel.
   - - - - - - -
   Ability     : Fly
   Type        : Flying
   PP          : 15
   Description : Wait for 1 turn before attacking with strong
                 Flying-type damage. Also uses to fly to previous
                 visited towns out of battle.
   - - - - - - -
   Ability     : Focus Energy
   Type        : Normal
   PP          : 30
   Description : Increases chance for a critical hit
   - - - - - - -
   Ability     : Fury Attack
   Type        : Normal
   PP          : 20
   Description : Hits opponent 2 - 5 times in a row.
   - - - - - - -
   Ability     : Fury Swipes
   Type        : Normal
   PP          : 15
   Description : Hits opponent 2 - 5 times in a row.

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   Ability     : Glare
   Type        : Normal
   PP          : 30
   Description : Paralyzes opponent.
   - - - - - - -
   Ability     : Growl
   Type        : Normal
   PP          : 40
   Description : Decreases opponent's Attack power.
   - - - - - - -
   Ability     : Growth
   Type        : Normal
   PP          : 40
   Description : Increases Attack power.
   - - - - - - -
   Ability     : Guillotine
   Type        : Normal
   PP          : 5
   Description : May KO'ed enemy with 1 hit.
   - - - - - - -
   Ability     : Gust
   Type        : Normal
   PP          : 35
   Description : Damages enemy withFlying-typed damage.

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   Ability     : Harden
   Type        : Normal
   PP          : 30
   Description : Increases Defense points.
   - - - - - - -
   Ability     : Haze
   Type        : Ice
   PP          : 30
   Description : Removes all Status Effects from both Pokemon.
   - - - - - - -
   Ability     : Head Butt
   Type        : Normal
   PP          : 15
   Description : Damages enemy and may also cause it to flinch.
   - - - - - - -
   Ability     : High Jump Kick
   Type        : Fighting
   PP          : 20
   Description : Damages enemy with Fighting-typed damage.
                 If missed, it causes 1 damage to you.
   - - - - - - -
   Ability     : Horn Attack
   Type        : Normal
   PP          : 25
   Description : Damages opponen.
   - - - - - - -
   Ability     : Horn Drill
   Type        : Normal
   PP          : 5
   Description : May KO'ed enemy with 1 hit.
   - - - - - - -
   Ability     : Hydro Pump
   Type        : Water
   PP          : 5
   Description : Damages enemy with major Water-typed damage.
   - - - - - - -
   Ability     : Hyper Beam
   Type        : Normal
   PP          : 5
   Description : Takes an extra turn to charge and damages
                 enemy with major damage.
   - - - - - - -
   Ability     : Hyper Fang
   Type        : Normal
   PP          : 15
   Description : Damages enemy and may also cause it to flinch.
   - - - - - - -
   Ability     : Hypnosis
   Type        : Psychic
   PP          : 20
   Description : Puts opponent to Sleep.

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   Ability     : Ice Beam
   Type        : Ice
   PP          : 10
   Description : Damages enemy with major Ice-typed damage. May
                 also freezes.
   - - - - - - -
   Ability     : Ice Punch
   Type        : Ice
   PP          : 15
   Description : Damages oenemy with Ice-typed damages. May also
                 freezes.

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   Ability     : Jump Kick
   Type        : Fighting
   PP          : 25
   Description : Damages enemy with Fighting-typed damage. If missed,
                 causes 1 damage to your Pokemon.

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   Ability     : Karate Chop
   Type        : Normal
   PP          : 25
   Description : Damages opponent. May also cause critical hit.
   - - - - - - -
   Ability     : Kinesis
   Type        : Psychic
   PP          : 15
   Description : Decreases opponent's Accuracy.

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   Ability     : Leech Life
   Type        : Bug
   PP          : 15
   Description : Absorbs some HP from the enemy.
   - - - - - - -
   Ability     : Leech Seed
   Type        : Grass
   PP          : 10
   Description : Absorbs some HP from your opponent each turn.
   - - - - - - -
   Ability     : Leer
   Type        : Normal
   PP          : 30
   Description : Decreases the enemy's Defense.
   - - - - - - -
   Ability     : Lick
   Type        : Ghost
   PP          : 30
   Description : Damages enemy with light Ghost-typed damage. May
                 also Paralyzes.
   - - - - - - -
   Ability     : Light Screen
   Type        : Psychic
   PP          : 30
   Description : Decreases damage dealt by Special Attacks by 50%.
   - - - - - - -
   Ability     : Lovely Kiss
   Type        : Normal
   PP          : 10
   Description : Puts opponent to Sleep.
   - - - - - - -
   Ability     : Low Kick
   Type        : Fighting
   PP          : 20
   Description : Damages enemy with Fighting-typed damage. May also
                 cause it to flinch.

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   Ability     : Meditate
   Type        : Psychic
   PP          : 40
   Description : Increases Attack Power. 
   - - - - - - -
   Ability     : Mega Drain
   Type        : Grass
   PP          : 10
   Description : Absorb HP from the enemy equal to 1/2 of the
                 damage.
   - - - - - - -
   Ability     : Mega Kick
   Type        : Normal
   PP          : 5
   Description : Damages enemy major damage.
   - - - - - - -
   Ability     : Mega Punch
   Type        : Normal
   PP          : 20
   Description : Damages enemy.
   - - - - - - -
   Ability     : Metronome
   Type        : Normal
   PP          : 10
   Description : Mimics an ability of a Pokemon randomly
                 Pokemon.
   - - - - - - -
   Ability     : Mimic
   Type        : Normal
   PP          : 10
   Description : learn one of the opponents temporarily.
   - - - - - - -
   Ability     : Minimize
   Type        : Normal
   PP          : 20
   Description : Increases Evade status.
   - - - - - - -
   Ability     : Mirror Move
   Type        : Flying
   PP          : 20
   Description : Copies the enemy's previous atatck.
   - - - - - - -
   Ability     : Mist
   Type        : Ice
   PP          : 30
   Description : Defends against attacks that decrease the
                 Pokemon's stats.

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   Ability     : Night Shade
   Type        : Ghost
   PP          : 15
   Description : Does Ghost-typed damages equal to your Pokemon's
                 Level.

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   Ability     : Pay Day
   Type        : Normal
   PP          : 20
   Description : Damages enemy. Also receive coins received after
                 battle.
   - - - - - - -
   Ability     : Peck
   Type        : Flying
   PP          : 35
   Description : Damages enemy with Flying-typed damage.
   - - - - - - -
   Ability     : Petal Dance
   Type        : Grass
   PP          : 20
   Description : Hits enemy 2 - 3 times with Grass-typed damage.
                 Also confuses your Pokemon once used.
   - - - - - - -
   Ability     : Pin Missile
   Type        : Bug
   PP          : 20
   Description : Hits enemy 2 - 5 times with Bug-typed damage.
   - - - - - - -
   Ability     : Poison Gas
   Type        : Poison
   PP          : 40
   Description : Poisons opponent.
   - - - - - - -
   Ability     : Poison Sting
   Type        : Poison
   PP          : 35
   Description : Damages enemy with Poison-typed damage. May
                 also poisons.
   - - - - - - -
   Ability     : Poison Powder
   Type        : Poison
   PP          : 35
   Description : Poisons opponent.
   - - - - - - -
   Ability     : Pound
   Type        : Normal
   PP          : 35
   Description : Damages enemy.
   - - - - - - -
   Ability     : Psybeam
   Type        : Psychic
   PP          : 20
   Description : Damages enemy with major Psychic-typed damage.
                 May also cause confusion.
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   Ability     : Psychic
   Type        : Psychic
   PP          : 10
   Description : Damages enemy with major Psychic-typed damage.
                 May also decreases enemy's special.
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   Ability     : Psywave
   Type        : Psychic
   PP          : 15
   Description : Deals Psychic-typed damage.

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                                      ~ Q's ~
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   Ability     : Quick Attack
   Type        : Normal
   PP          : 30
   Description : First hit and damage the enemy.

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                                      ~ R's ~
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   Ability     : Rage
   Type        : Normal
   PP          : 20
   Description : Your Pokemon's Attack Power increases as it takes
                 damage until the end of the battle.
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   Ability     : Razor Leaf
   Type        : Grass
   PP          : 25
   Description : Deals Grass-typed damage to the enemy. may also
                 cause critical hit.
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   Ability     : Razor Wind
   Type        : Normal
   PP          : 10
   Description : Use up one turn to charge. In order to deal major
                 damage to the enemy.
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   Ability     : Recover
   Type        : Normal
   PP          : 20
   Description : Recovers half of your Pokemon's Max HP.
   - - - - - - -
   Ability     : Reflect
   Type        : Psychic
   PP          : 20
   Description : Decreases damage dealt by Physical Attacks by half.
   - - - - - - -
   Ability     : Rest
   Type        : Psychic
   PP          : 10
   Description : Makes your Pokemon sleep in order to fully restore
                 itself.
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   Ability     : Roar
   Type        : Normal
   PP          : 20
   Description : Scares the enemy away.
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   Ability     : Rock Slide
   Type        : Rock
   PP          : 10
   Description : Damages enemy with major Rock-typed damage.
   - - - - - - -
   Ability     : Rock Throw
   Type        : Rock
   PP          : 15
   Description : Damages enemy with Rock-typed damage.
   - - - - - - -
   Ability     : Rolling Kick
   Type        : Fighting
   PP          : 15
   Description : Damages enemy with Fighting-typed damage. May also
                 cause it to flinch.

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                                      ~ S's ~
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   Ability     : Sand Attack
   Type        : Normal
   PP          : 15
   Description : Lowers enemy's Accuracy.
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   Ability     : Scratch
   Type        : Normal
   PP          : 30
   Description : Damages enemy..
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   Ability     : Screech
   Type        : Normal
   PP          : 40
   Description : Lower opponent's Defense.
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   Ability     : Seismic Toss
   Type        : Fighting
   PP          : 20
   Description : Damage enemy with strong Fighting-typed damage.
   - - - - - - -
   Ability     : Self Destruct
   Type        : Normal
   PP          : 5
   Description : Sacrifice one self to deal major damage to the
                 enemy.
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   Ability     : Sharpen
   Type        : Normal
   PP          : 30
   Description : Increases Attack.
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   Ability     : Sing
   Type        : Normal
   PP          : 15
   Description : Puts enemy to Sleep.
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   Ability     : Skull Bash
   Type        : Normal
   PP          : 15
   Description : Takes 1 turn to charge in order to do major
                 damage.
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   Ability     : Sky Attack
   Type        : Flying
   PP          : 5
   Description : Takes 1 turn to charge, in order to do major
                 Flying-typed damage.
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   Ability     : Slam
   Type        : Normal
   PP          : 20
   Description : Damages enemy.
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   Ability     : Slash
   Type        : Normal
   PP          : 20
   Description : Deals damage to an enemy. May also cause
                 critical hit.
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   Ability     : Sleep Powder
   Type        : Grass
   PP          : 15
   Description : Puts opponent to Sleep.
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   Ability     : Sludge
   Type        : Poison
   PP          : 20
   Description : Deals Poison-typed damage. May also cause
                 poison.
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   Ability     : Smog
   Type        : Poison
   PP          : 20
   Description : Deals Poison-typed damage. May also cause
                 poison.
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   Ability     : Smokescreen
   Type        : Normal
   PP          : 20
   Description : Lowers enemy's Accuracy.
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   Ability     : Softboiled
   Type        : Normal
   PP          : 10
   Description : Recovers half of your Pokemon's Max HP.
   - - - - - - -
   Ability     : Solar Beam
   Type        : Grass
   PP          : 10
   Description : Takes one turn to charge, in order to do major
                 Grass-typed damage.
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   Ability     : Sonic Boom
   Type        : Normal
   PP          : 20
   Description : Causes 20 damage.
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   Ability     : Spike Cannon
   Type        : Normal
   PP          : 15
   Description : Hits enemy 2 - 5 times.
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   Ability     : Splash
   Type        : Water
   PP          : 40
   Description : NONE
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   Ability     : Spore
   Type        : Bug
   PP          : 15
   Description : Puts opponent to Sleep.
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   Ability     : Stomp
   Type        : Normal
   PP          : 20
   Description : Damages enemy. May also cause flinch.
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   Ability     : Strength
   Type        : Normal
   PP          : 15
   Description : Damages enemy.  Moves boulders outside of battle.
   - - - - - - -
   Ability     : String Shot
   Type        : Bug
   PP          : 40
   Description : Decreases enemy's Speed.
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   Ability     : Struggle
   Type        : Normal
   PP          : 10
   Description : Deal damage when out of PP. Cost 1/4 of current
                 HP to use.
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   Ability     : Stun Spore
   Type        : Grass
   PP          : 30
   Description : Paralyzes opponent.
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   Ability     : Submission
   Type        : Fighting
   PP          : 25
   Description : Damages enemy with Fighting-typed damage. But also
                 cause recoil and make your Pokemon lose HP.
   - - - - - - -
   Ability     : Substitute
   Type        : Normal
   PP          : 10
   Description : Sacrifice 1/8 of max HP to create a clone. Which will
                 take damage for you.
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   Ability     : Super Fang
   Type        : Normal
   PP          : 10
   Description : Cuts opponent's current HP in half.
   - - - - - - -
   Ability     : Supersonic
   Type        : Normal
   PP          : 20
   Description : Confuses opponent.
   - - - - - - -
   Ability     : Surf
   Type        : Water
   PP          : 15
   Description : Damages enemy with major Water-typed damage.
                 Allows to surf in water, outside of battle.
   - - - - - - -
   Ability     : Swift
   Type        : Normal
   PP          : 20
   Description : Damage enemy. Never misses.
   - - - - - - -
   Ability     : Swords Dance
   Type        : Normal
   PP          : 30
   Description : Increases your Attack.

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                                      ~ T's ~
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   Ability     : Tackle
   Type        : Normal
   PP          : 35
   Description : Damages enemy.
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   Ability     : Tail Whip
   Type        : Normal
   PP          : 30
   Description : Decreases enemy's Defense.

   Ability     : Take Down
   Type        : Normal
   PP          : 20
   Description : Damages enemy. But causes your Pokemon 1/4 the
                 damage the attack deals.
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   Ability     : Teleport
   Type        : Psychic
   PP          : 20
   Description : Escapes the battle automatically. Teleport to
                 previous Pokemon Center, outside of battle.
   - - - - - - -
   Ability     : Thrash
   Type        : Normal
   PP          : 20
   Description : Hits enemy 2 - 5 times. But also confuses you.
   - - - - - - -
   Ability     : Thunder
   Type        : Electric
   PP          : 10
   Description : Damages enemy with major Thunder-typed damage.
                 May also cause Paralyzes.
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   Ability     : Thunder Wave
   Type        : Electric
   PP          : 20
   Description : Paralyzes opponent.
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   Ability     : Thunderbolt
   Type        : Electric
   PP          : 15
   Description : Damages enemy with major Thunder-typed damage.
                 May also cause Paralyzes.
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   Ability     : Thunder Punch
   Type        : Electric
   PP          : 15
   Description : Damages enemy with major Thunder-typed damage.
                 May also cause Paralyzes.
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   Ability     : Thundershock
   Type        : Electric
   PP          : 30
   Description : Damages enemy with Thunder-typed damage. May
                 also cause Paralyzes.
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   Ability     : Toxic
   Type        : Poison
   PP          : 10
   Description : Poisons opponent.
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   Ability     : Transform
   Type        : Normal
   PP          : 10
   Description : Transforms your into the enemy temporarily.
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   Ability     : Tri Attack
   Type        : Normal
   PP          : 10
   Description : Major damage to the enemy.
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   Ability     : Twineedle
   Type        : Bug
   PP          : 20
   Description : Dealt 2 times Bug-typed damage to the enemy.
                 May also causes Poison.

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                                      ~ V's ~
   --------------------------------------------------------------------------

   Ability     : Vicegrip
   Type        : Normal
   PP          : 30
   Description : Damages enemy.
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   Ability     : Vine Whip
   Type        : Grass
   PP          : 10
   Description : Damages enemy with Grass-typed damage.

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                                      ~ W's ~
   --------------------------------------------------------------------------

   Ability     : Water Gun
   Type        : Water
   PP          : 25
   Description : Damages enemy with Water-typed damage.
   - - - - - - -
   Ability     : Waterfall
   Type        : Water
   PP          : 15
   Description : Damages enemy with Water-typed damage.
   - - - - - - -
   Ability     : Whirlwind
   Type        : Normal
   PP          : 20
   Description : Blows the enemy away.
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   Ability     : Wing Attack
   Type        : Flying
   PP          : 35
   Description : Damages enemy with Flying-typed damage.
   - - - - - - -
   Ability     : Withdraw
   Type        : Water
   PP          : 40
   Description : Increases Defense.
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   Ability     : Wrap
   Type        : Normal
   PP          : 20
   Description : Hits the enemy 2 - 5 times.



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   |Ident. Key : #pkyl |
    ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ

   Credit : Crazyreyn
   Thank you for letting me use some missing TM information off of your
   TM/HM FAQ!

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   TM01 - Mega Punch                           |HM01 - Cut                  |
   Location : Mt. Moon , Celadon PokeMart      |Description : Cut down trees|
   --------------------------------------------|that are blocking the way.  |
   TM02 - Razor Wind                           |also does normal damage if  |
   Location : Celadon Pokemart, Game Corner    |use in battle.              |
   --------------------------------------------|Location : SS. Anne. Scratch|
   TM03 - Swords Dance                         |the captain's back.         |
   Location : Silph Co. , Saffron City         |----------------------------|
   --------------------------------------------|HM02 - Fly                  |
   TM04 - Whirlwind                            |Description : Fly to areas  |
   Location : Route 4                          |that have been previously   |
   --------------------------------------------|visit. Does flying type     |
   TM05 - Mega Kick                            |damage if use in battle.    |
   Location : Victory Road , Celadon PokeMart  |Location :                  |
   --------------------------------------------|                            |
   TM06 - Toxic                                |----------------------------|
   Location : Fuchsia City Gym Prize           |HM03 - Surf                 |
   --------------------------------------------|Description : Allow crossing|
   TM07 - Horn Drill                           |in water. Does big water    |
   Location : Game Corner, Celadon PokeMart    |damage if use in battle.    |
   --------------------------------------------|Location :                  |
   TM08 - Body Slam                            |                            |
   Location : S.S. Anne                        |----------------------------|
   --------------------------------------------|HM04 - Strength             |
   TM09 - Take Down                            |Description : Moves boulder.|
   Location : Celadon PokeMart, Saffron City   |If use in battle, it does   |
   --------------------------------------------|normal damage to the enemy. |
   TM10 - Double-Edge                          |Location :                  |
   Location : Celadon City, Game Corner        |                            |
   --------------------------------------------|----------------------------|
   TM11 - Bubblebeam                           |HM05 - Flash                |
   Location : Cerulean City Gym Prize          |Description : Light up dark |
   --------------------------------------------|caves. Lowers enemy's       |
   TM12 - Water Gun                            |accuracy if use in battle.  |
   Location : Mt. Moon                         |Location : Route 2, catch at|
   --------------------------------------------|least 10 Pokemon and get it |
   TM13 - Ice Beam                             |from Prof. Oak's Aide inside|
   Location : Celadon PokeMart                 |the house.                  |
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   TM14 - Blizzard                             |
   Location : Cinnabar Island                  |
   --------------------------------------------|
   TM15 - Hyper Beam                           |
   Location : Celadon City                     |
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   TM16 - Pay Day                              |
   Location : Route 12                         |
   --------------------------------------------|
   TM17 - Submission                           |
   Location : Celadon PokeMart, Victory Road   |
   --------------------------------------------|
   TM18 - Counter                              |
   Location : Celadon PokeMart                 |
   --------------------------------------------|
   TM19 - Seismic Toss                         |
   Location : Route 25                         |
   --------------------------------------------|
   TM20 - Rage                                 |
   Location : Route 15                         |
   --------------------------------------------|
   TM21 - Mega Drain                           |
   Location : Celadon City Gym Prize           |
   --------------------------------------------|
   TM22 - Solarbeam                            |
   Location : Cinnabar Island                  |
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   TM23 - Dragon Rage                          |
   Location : Celadon City                     |
   --------------------------------------------|
   TM24 - Thunderbolt                          |
   Location : Vermilion City Gym Prize         |
   --------------------------------------------|
   TM25 - Thunder                              |
   Location : Power Plant                      |
   --------------------------------------------|
   TM26 - Earthquake                           |
   Location : Silph Co.                        |
   --------------------------------------------|
   TM27 - Fissure                              |
   Location : Viridian City Gym Prize          |
   --------------------------------------------|
   TM28 - Dig                                  |
   Location : Cerulean City                    |
   --------------------------------------------|
   TM29 - Psychic                              |
   Location : Saffron City                     |
   --------------------------------------------|
   TM30 - Teleport                             |
   Location :  Route 9                         |
   --------------------------------------------|
   TM31 - Mimic                                |
   Location : Saffron City                     |
   --------------------------------------------|
   TM32 - Double Team                          |
   Location : Celadon PokeMart, Safari Zone    |
   --------------------------------------------|
   TM33 - Reflect                              |
   Location : Celadon PokeMart, Power Plant    |
   --------------------------------------------|
   TM34 - Bide                                 |
   Location : Pewter City Gym Prize            |
   --------------------------------------------|
   TM35 - Metronome                            |
   Location : Cinnabar Island                  |
   --------------------------------------------|
   TM36 - Self Destruct                        |
   Location : Silph Co.                        |
   --------------------------------------------|
   TM37 - Eggbomb                              |
   Location : Celadon PokeMart, Safari Zone    |
   --------------------------------------------|
   TM38 - Fire Blast                           |
   Location : Cinnabar City Gym Prize          |
   --------------------------------------------|
   TM39 - Swift                                |
   Location : Route 12                         |
   --------------------------------------------|
   TM40 - Skull Bash                           |
   Location : Safari Zone                      |
   --------------------------------------------|
   TM41 - Softboiled                           |
   Location : Celadon City                     |
   --------------------------------------------|
   TM42 - Dream Eater                          |
   Location : Viridian City                    |
   --------------------------------------------|
   TM43 - Sky Attack                           |
   Location : Victory Road                     |
   --------------------------------------------|
   TM44 - Rest                                 |
   Location : S.S Anne                         |
   --------------------------------------------|
   TM45 - Thunder Wave                         |
   Location : Route 24                         |
   --------------------------------------------|
   TM46 - Psywave                              |
   Location : Saffron City Gym Prize           |
   --------------------------------------------|
   TM47 - Explosion                            |
   Location : Victory Road                     |
   --------------------------------------------|
   TM48 - Rock Slide                           |
   Location : Celadon PokeMart                 |
   --------------------------------------------|
   TM49 - Tri Attack                           |
   Location : Celadon PokeMart                 |
   --------------------------------------------|
   TM50 - Substitute                           |
   Location : Celadon City                     |
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   |Ident. Key : #pkyi |
    ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ

   Pop
   Credit : Thanks for letting me use information for the few items
   I was missing off of your FAQ!

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      Item   : Antidote
      Cost   : $100
      Sell   : $50
      Affect : Cures poison status effect.
   - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
      Item   : Awakening
      Cost   : $250
      Sell   : $125
      Affect : Cures sleep status effect.
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      Item   : Bicycle
      Cost   : N/A
      Sell   : N/A
      Affect : Allows you to move at double speed.
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      Item   : Bike Voucher
      Cost   : N/A
      Sell   : N/A
      Affect : Redeem at Cerulean Bike Shop for free bike.
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      Item   : Burn Heal
      Cost   : $250
      Sell   : $125
      Affect : Cures burn status effect.
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      Item   : Calcium
      Cost   : $9800
      Sell   : $4900
      Affect : Boots the Special Stat of one Pokemon.
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      Item   : Card Key
      Cost   : N/A
      Sell   : N/A
      Affect : Unlock at the Silph Co. Building.
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      Item   : Coin Case
      Cost   : N/A
      Sell   : N/A
      Affect : Allows you to hold up to 9,999 coins in the Celadon's
      Game Corner.
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      Item   : Dire Hit
      Cost   : $650
      Sell   : $375
      Affect : Temporarily raises one Pokemon's odds of getting a
               critical hit.
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      Item   : Dome Fossil
      Cost   : N/A
      Sell   : N/A
      Affect : Cloned to Kabuto at the Cinnibar Island Lab.
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      Item   : Elixer
      Cost   : N/A
      Sell   : N/A 
      Affect : Restores 10PP to all techniques of one Pokemon.
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      Item   : Escape Rope
      Cost   : $550
      Sell   : $275
      Affect : Teleport from any dungeon to last visited Poke Center.
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      Item   : Ether
      Cost   : N/A
      Sell   : N/A
      Affect : Restores 10PP to one technique of one Pokemon.
   - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
      Item   : Experience All
      Cost   : N/A
      Sell   : N/A
      Affect : Splits EXP received in battle between all Pokemon in party.
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      Item   : Fire Stone
      Cost   : $2100 
      Sell   : $1050 
      Affect : Use to evolve Growlithe, Vulpix and Eevee.
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      Item   : Fresh Water
      Cost   : $200
      Sell   : $100
      Affect : Recover 50 HP for one Pokemon.
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      Item   : Full Heal
      Cost   : $600
      Sell   : $300
      Affect : Cures any condition from one Pokemon.
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      Item   : Full Restore
      Cost   : $3000
      Sell   : $1500
      Affect : Restores all HP and cures conditions of one Pokemon.
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      Item   : Gold Teeth
      Cost   : N/A
      Sell   : N/A
      Affect : Return to Safari Zone Warden for HM04.
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      Item   : Good Rod
      Cost   : N/A
      Sell   : N/A
      Affect : Use for fishing near water.
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      Item   : Great Ball
      Cost   : $600
      Sell   : $300
      Affect : Can be used to capture wild Pokemon.
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      Item   : Guard Special
      Cost   : $700
      Sell   : $350
      Affect : Temporarily protects one Pokemon from special attacks.
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      Item   : Helix Fossil
      Cost   : N/A
      Sell   : N/A
      Affect : Cloned into an Omanyte at the Cinnibar Island Lab.
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      Item   : HP Up    
      Cost   : $9800
      Sell   : $4900
      Affect : Boosts the max HP for one Pokemon.
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      Item   : Hyper Potion
      Cost   : $1500
      Sell   : $750
      Affect : Recovers 200 HP for one Pokemon.
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      Item   : Ice Heal
      Cost   : $250  
      Sell   : $125
      Affect : Cures frozen.
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      Item   : Iron
      Cost   : $9800
      Sell   : $4900
      Affect : Boosts the Defense Stat of one Pokemon.
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      Item   : Item Finder
      Cost   : N/A
      Sell   : N/A
      Affect : Reveals locations of hidden items in certain areas.
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      Item   : Leaf Stone
      Cost   : $2100
      Sell   : $1050
      Affect : Use to evolve Gloom, Weepinbell, and Exeggcute.
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      Item   : Lemonade
      Cost   : $350
      Sell   : $175
      Affect : Recovers 80 HP for one Pokemon.
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      Item   : Lift Key
      Cost   : N/A
      Sell   : N/A
      Affect : Unlocks elevators in Celadon's Game Corner.
   - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
      Item   : Master Ball
      Cost   : N/A
      Sell   : N/A
      Affect : Never fails to capture a Pokemon.
   - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
      Item   : Max Elixir
      Cost   : N/A
      Sell   : N/A
      Affect : Restores max PP to all techniques of one Pokemon.
   - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
      Item   : Max Ether
      Cost   : N/A
      Sell   : N/A
      Affect : Restores max PP to one technique for one Pokemon.
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      Item   : Max Potion
      Cost   : $2500
      Sell   : $1250
      Affect : Restores max HP for one Pokemon.
   - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
      Item   : Max Repel
      Cost   : $700
      Sell   : $350
      Affect : No encounter for 250 Steps.
   - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
      Item   : Max Revive
      Cost   : N/A
      Sell   : $2000 
      Affect : Recovers one KO'ed Pokemon to full health.
   - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
      Item   : Moon Stone
      Cost   : N/A
      Sell   : N/A
      Affect : Use to evolve Nidorina, Nidorino, Clefairy, and
               Jigglypuff.
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      Item   : Nugget
      Cost   : N/A
      Sell   : $5000
      Affect : For Sale Only.
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      Item   : Oak's Parcel
      Cost   : N/A
      Sell   : N/A
      Affect : Deliver to Professor Oak in Pallet Town.
   - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
      Item   : Old Amber
      Cost   : N/A
      Sell   : N/A
      Affect : Clone Aerodactyl at Cinnibar Island Lab.
   - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
      Item   : Old Rod
      Cost   : N/A
      Sell   : N/A
      Affect : Fishing Item.
   - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
      Item   : Paralyze Heal
      Cost   : $200
      Sell   : $100
      Affect : Cures Paralyzed status effect.
   - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
      Item   : Poke Ball
      Cost   : $200
      Sell   : $100
      Affect : Use to capture Pokemon.
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      Item   : Poke Doll
      Cost   : $1000
      Sell   : $500
      Affect : Escape from battle.
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      Item   : Poke Flute
      Cost   : N/A
      Sell   : N/A
      Affect : Cures Sleep status effect.
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      Item   : Potion
      Cost   : $300
      Sell   : $150
      Affect : Recover 20 HP from one Pokemon.
   - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
      Item   : PP Up
      Cost   : N/A
      Sell   : N/A
      Affect : Boosts max PP of one technique for one of your Pokemon by
               20 percent.
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      Item   : Protein
      Cost   : $9800
      Sell   : $4900
      Affect : Boosts the Attack Stat of one Pokemon.
   - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
      Item   : Rare Candy
      Cost   : N/A
      Sell   : $2400
      Affect : Raises the level of any Pokemon by one.
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      Item   : Repel
      Cost   : $350
      Sell   : $175
      Affect : No encounters for 100 steps.
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      Item   : Revive
      Cost   : $1500
      Sell   : $750
      Affect : Recovers one fainted Pokemon's HP to 1/2 max HP. 
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      Item   : S.S. Ticket
      Cost   : N/A
      Sell   : N/A
      Affect : Allows you to bard the S.S. Anne in Vermillion City.
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      Item   : Safari ball
      Cost   : N/A
      Sell   : N/A
      Affect : Use to capture wild Pokemon in the Safari Zone.
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      Item   : Secret Key
      Cost   : N/A
      Sell   : N/A
      Affect : Unlocks door to Blaine's Gym in Cinnibar Island. 
   - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
      Item   : Silph Scope
      Cost   : N/A
      Sell   : N/A
      Affect : Identify ghost Pokemon.
   - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
      Item   : Soda Pop
      Cost   : $300
      Sell   : $150
      Affect : Recovers 60 HP for one of your Pokemon, in or out of battle.
   - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
      Item   : Super Potion
      Cost   : $700
      Sell   : $350 
      Affect : Recovers 70 HP for one of your Pokemon.
   - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
      Item   : Super repel
      Cost   : $500
      Sell   : $250
      Affect : No encounter for 200 steps.
   - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
      Item   : Super Rod
      Cost   : N/A
      Sell   : N/A
      Affect : Use this near water to fish for any Pokemon.
   - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
      Item   : Thunder Stone
      Cost   : $2100
      Sell   : $1050
      Affect : Can be used to evolve Eevee.
   - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
      Item   : Town Map
      Cost   : N/A
      Sell   : N/A
      Affect: Shows your position on the Pokemon's World Map.
   - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
      Item   : Ultra Ball
      Cost   : N/A 
      Sell   : N/A 
      Affect : Use to capture Pokemon.
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      Item   : Water stone
      Cost   : $2100
      Sell   : $1050
      Affect : Can be used to evolve Poliwhirl, Shelder, Staryu, and
               Eevee. 
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      Item   : X Accuracy
      Cost   : $950
      Sell   : $475
      Affect : Temporarily raises the Accuracy of one Pokemon.
   - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
      Item   : X Attack
      Cost   : $500
      Sell   : $250
      Affect : Temporarily raises one Pokemon's Attack Stat.
   - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
      Item   : X Defend
      Cost   : $550
      Sell   : $275
      Affect: Temporarily raises one Pokemon's Defense Stat.
   - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
      Item   : X Special
      Cost   : $350
      Sell   : $175
      Affect : Temporarily raises on Pokemon's Special Stat.
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      Item   : X Speed
      Cost   : $350
      Sell   : $175
      Affect : Temporarily raises one Pokemon's Speed Stat.
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   |Ident. Key : #pkym |
    ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ

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   Viridian City
   !~!~!~!~!~!~!~!~!~!~!~!~!~!~!~!~!~!~!~!~!~!~!~!~!~!~!~!~!~!~!~!~!

   Poke Ball....................................................$100
   Potion.......................................................$300
   Antidote.....................................................$100
   Parlyz Heal..................................................$200
   Burn Heal....................................................$250


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   Pewter City
   !~!~!~!~!~!~!~!~!~!~!~!~!~!~!~!~!~!~!~!~!~!~!~!~!~!~!~!~!~!~!~!~!

   Poke Ball....................................................$200
   Potion.......................................................$300
   Escape Rope..................................................$550
   Antidote.....................................................$100


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   Cerulean City
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   Poke Ball....................................................$200
   Potion.......................................................$300
   Escape Rope..................................................$550
   Repel........................................................$350
   Antidote.....................................................$100
   Burn Heal....................................................$250
   Awakening....................................................$200
   Paralyze Heal................................................$200


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   Vermillion
   !~!~!~!~!~!~!~!~!~!~!~!~!~!~!~!~!~!~!~!~!~!~!~!~!~!~!~!~!~!~!~!~!

   Poke Ball....................................................$200
   Super Potion.................................................$700
   Ice Heal.....................................................$250
   Awakening....................................................$200
   Paralyze Heal................................................$200
   Repel........................................................$350


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   Celadon City
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   1F : Service Counter
   Description : None

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   2F : Trainer's Market
   Description : Sells several TMs and some very useful items.

   Great Ball...................................................$600
   Super Potion.................................................$700
   Revive......................................................$1500
   Super Repel..................................................$500
   Antidote.....................................................$100
   Burn Heal....................................................$250
   Ice Heal.....................................................$250
   Awakening....................................................$200
   Parlyz Heal..................................................$200

   TM32........................................................$1000
   TM33........................................................$1000
   TM02........................................................$2000
   TM07........................................................$2000
   TM37........................................................$2000
   TM01........................................................$3000
   TM05........................................................$3000
   TM09........................................................$3000
   TM17........................................................$3000

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   3F : TV Game Shop
   Description : None

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   4F : Wiseman Gifts
   Description : Special items can be found here. Including the element
                 stones!

   PokeDoll....................................................$1000
   Fire Stone..................................................$2100
   Thunder Stone...............................................$2100
   Water Stone.................................................$2100
   Leaf Stone..................................................$2100

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   5F : Drug store
   Description : Items that can raise up your Pokemon stats in battle
                 and even permanently can be bought here. Very pricy!

   X Accuracy...................................................$950
   Guard Spec...................................................$400
   Dire Hit.....................................................$650
   X Attack.....................................................$500
   X Defend.....................................................$550
   X Speed......................................................$350
   X Special....................................................$350

   HP Up.......................................................$9800
   Protein.....................................................$9800
   Iron........................................................$9800
   Carbos......................................................$9800
   Calcium.....................................................$9800

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   6F : Rooftop Square Vending Machines

   Fresh Water..................................................$200
   Soda Pop.....................................................$300
   Lemonade.....................................................$350


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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
   Parly Heal...................................................$200


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   Fuchsia City
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   Ultra Ball..................................................$1200
   Great Ball...................................................$600
   Hyper Potion................................................$1500
   Revive......................................................$1500
   Full Heal....................................................$600
   Super Repel..................................................$500


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   Saffron City
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   Great Ball...................................................$600
   Hyper Potion................................................$1500
   Max Repel....................................................$700
   Escape Rope..................................................$550
   Full Heal....................................................$600
   Revive......................................................$1500


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   Cinnabar Island
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   Ultra Ball..................................................$1200
   Great Ball...................................................$600
   Hyper Potion................................................$1500
   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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          ~ Q U E S T   F O R   T H E   L E G E N D A R Y   B I R D S ~
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   The three legendary birds... Ever heard of that term, somewhere before?
   Zapdos, Motres and Articuno are the three elemental birds of Thunder, Fire
   and Ice. In Pokemon Yellow, you will have one opportunity to catch one of
   each of the birds. They are far rarer then most the other Pokemons and
   they are also quite useful for at the end of the game. Did I say quite
   useful? I meant they're essential for beating the game. Without further
   or do, let's get to it.

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   NAME        :                   Zapdos                  :        NAME
   LOCATION    :                 Power Plant               :    LOCATION
   TRAINERS    :                  PokeManiac               :    TRAINERS
   TREASURES   :   Carbos, TM33, TM25, Rare Candy, HP UP   :   TREASURES
   NECESSITIES :   HM02 (Fly), HM03 (Surf), 10 Ultra Ball  : NECESSITIES

                           ~  W A L K T R O U G H  ~

   Start of by flying back to Cerulean City. From there on, into the
   house on the eas part of the city  (north of the gym). Go into the
   house and exit through the back door. Now travel east on Route 9
   till you reach a split path going to the North and South. Take the
   north path and use Surf on the River. Follow the river south until
   it ends. Go north and battle a PokeManiac. Afterward enter the large
   structure.

   You're currently located in the Power Plant. Within the plants there
   are several sphere ball that may look like items.  Don't get them.
   If you pick up the wrong one it'll en up being a Pokemon that you
   have to battle. Anyway, from where you're at go north and there will
   be a Carbos on the right. Grab that and continue going north then
   east. Now in this room there is a path south and a path to the east.
   Continue going south and ignore the sphere you see on the way. There
   is a TM33 in the room all the way south. Get that and leave the room
   and go east. Ignore the two spheres unless you want to fight. The
   path will once more split into two direction. Go south first to
   acquire a TM25. Then return and follow the path north.

   Enter the room on the northeast part of the room. Inside should be a
   Rare Candy and HP Up. Leave the room and follow the path all the way
   west (ignoring the sphere you see along the way) until you reach a
   bird-like figure. That is Zapdos. So SAVE and get ready to battle.

   Zapdos starts off at a decent Level 50. You should save your Master
   Ball until later. It's attacks will be mainly be Drill Peck and
   Thundershockk. So any Rock or Ground type Pokemon will have major
   advantage to it. To make the battle easier, paralyze it with Pikachu
   and then switch to any rock Pokemon to weaken it. Once it has only
   about 1/3 of it's HP, switch to a weak Pokemon and use normal attacks
   on it. Remember, you do not want to kill it, just to weaken inorder
   to capture it. If you accidently kill it, luckily you should took my
   warning and save before the battle. Just continue retrying and you'll
   eventaully capture the legendary thunder bird. Afterward, exit the
   plant through the path west of Zapdos.
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   NAME        :                  Articuno                 :        NAME
   LOCATION    :               Seafoam Island              :    LOCATION
   TRAINERS    :                 Swimmer x13               :    TRAINERS
   NECESSITIES :HM04 (Strength), HM03 (Surf), 10 Ultra Ball: NECESSITIES


                           ~  W A L K T R O U G H  ~

   Fly over to Fuchsia City and go south to Route 19. Most of the
   trainers on this route use only Water type Pokemons, so here's a
   good chance to train Pikachu and Venusaur (or Zapdos). Follow the
   route and you'll soon hit Sea Foam Island. Enter the island cave.

   Once on side, there is a boulder to the northeast. Use Strength and
   push it down the hole. Now go up the platform and go off on the east
   end. You'll see a boulder. Don't push it, just fall down the hole.
   You'll drop down to the fourth floor and will then be drag by the
   current to a platform. From there go west and down up the ladder.
   Go up the platform ahead of you and go south and down the platform.
   Note, you should ignore the ladder along the way. Now you should see
   four rocks.

   Before doing anything, save first. Just incase you mess up. Push the
   rock on the  right all the way upusing Strength. Now go behind the
   middle rock (next to the one you'd pushed up) and push it down once.
   Then go to the east of it and push it to the right once. Now the
   rock on the right of the one you just pushed three times. Push rock
   next to that down the hole. Now return to the middle rock (the one
   you'd pushed down and right once). Push it to the right once and then
   down once, into the hole. Now fall into the hole. The two rocks that
   you'd pushed down have block that you've pushed down have blocked the
   current. Now surf up all the way north and onto the platform. Besure
   to save before you battle Articuno!

   Articuno isn't a Water type Pokemon. So don't think about using
   Venussaur or Charizard. Venusaur will fall quickly to Peck and
   Charizard will succumbs to Ice Beam. Zapdos is also weak to Ice Beam.
   So the best Pokemon to use in this situation is Pikachu. Remember to
   Paralyze it and use the same strategy as you did before to Zapdos.
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   NAME        :                   Moltres                 :        NAME
   LOCATION    :                 Victory Road              :    LOCATION
   TRAINERS    :       Juggler x2, Tamer, PokeManiac       :    TRAINERS
   NECESSITIES :       HM04 (Strength), 10 Ultra Ball      : NECESSITIES


                           ~  W A L K T R O U G H  ~

   Fly to Viridian and go west until you reached the Pokemon League's
   building. Go in and continue heading north and you'll soon reach the
   Victory Road.


   Floor 1 : The first rock that yousee will need to be push on the
   little circle to the east of the floor. Here is the directions :

   1 Down - 4 Right - 2 Up - 7 Right - 2 Up - 1 Right - 1 Down

   Once done so, go atop the platform the rock was near and exit on the
   right side. Now there will be a rock blocking a path to get to two
   items. One is a Rare Candy and another is a TM43, you can only get
   one for now. So i think you want the Rare Candy. Here is the paths :

   TM43       : 4 Left
   Rare Candy : 3 Left - 1 Up

   Get one and then exit the left side of the platform. Go up the
   ladder.

   Floor 2 : Go south and there'll be another rock. Push it :

   1 Left - 2 Down - 2 Left

   Once done so go atop the platform and fight the Blackbelt. then exit
   down the platform and get the TM05. Follow the path north and get
   the Full Heal next to the Tamer. There is also a TM17 further up
   north. Once you've gotten it, take the laddeer up (which islocated
   to the east of the Full Heal.

   Floor 3 : On the northeast part of the floor there'll be a Max
   Revive, but you'll have to battle Cool Trainer (M) for it. Anyhow
   go to the western side of the room and go in the ladder. Now just
   battle the PokeManiac and make your way to Moltres. Use the same
   strategy for the previous birds listed above and good luck. PS.
   Don't forget to save before doing so!
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   Mewtwo is easily the strongest Pokemon in the game. And you can capture
   it! Before I tell you what you do be sure that you have some of the
   recommended things.

   NECESSITIES :  - Masterball (or 30 Ultrball)
                  - Pokemon at Level 55+
                  - HM03 (Surf)
                  - 10 Max Repel (Optional)
                  - Escape Rope

   I hope you still save you Masterball. Mewtwo will be a pain in the
   behind to try to  capture with a Ultrball. I'll explain why do you need
   some of these items.

   Masterball : What more to say? You just throw it and it captures. No
   need for weakening or anything. You can acquire that Masterball at the
   Silph Co. from the chairman once you defeat Giovanni. There is only one
   in the entire game. Mewtwo is so hard to capture that I suggest that
   you only use the Masterball on him. Not any of the legendary birds. If
   you used it already, tough luck. You will need at least 30 or more
   Ultra Ball. The more the better to raise your chances.

   Level 55+ : That brings me to my next requirement. If you don't have a
   Masterball, you will have to battle Mewtwo. He is at level 70! Even
   level 60s have trouble weakening him. His attacks are very strong for
   they are psychic.

   HM03 (Surf) : Heh, you need this to get through the dungeon and getting
   there also.

   Max Repel :  The monsters here ranges from level 40-60 and they can be
   a very annoying sometime. If you want to train, then you won't need any
   repel but I assure, this dungeon is pretty long and getting random
   battles every 10 second will get annoying.

   Escape Rope : So youcan get out of the dungeon quicker. Instead of
   walking all the way out.


                           ~  W A L K T R O U G H  ~

                 ==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==
                                   Unknown Dungeon
                 ==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==--==
   - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
   Treasures : Max Elixer x2, Ultra Ball x4, Max Revive x3,
               Full Restore, Rare Candy x2,
   - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

   To reach the Unknown Dungeon, Fly over to Cerulean City. There go
   north, across the Golden Bridge. Then use Surf and surf down the
   river. You'll end up at a cave entrance. That is the unkown dungeon.

   Floor 1 : RIght from the entrance, Surf and stop at the path you
   see. Grab a Max Elixer and continue following the path. Go till the
   end of the river and then go north, up the stairs.

   Floor 2A: From where you're at, go north and get an Ultra Ball. Then
   go south and follow the path. Pick up a Max Revive a long the way.
   Go down the stairs to the next level.

   Floor 3A: To the right of the stairs there is an Ultra Ball. And to
   the south there is a Rare Candy. Go up the stairs that is located
   south from the Ultra Ball.

   Floor 2B: Follow the top path and pick up a Full Restore. Then follow
   then follow the bottom path. To get to another set of stairs.

   Floor 3B: Go south to acquire a Max Revive. Then follow the path west
   to get to a set of stairs.

   Floor 2C: Follow the path west and go south to get a rare candy. Then
   go north and down the stairs.

   Floor 3C: The only thing you can do is go down the stairs.

   Floor 4 : Go north of the stairs and then east to get another Max
   Elixer. Then continue going south. Use Surf and grab the Ultra Ball
   and another one of the Max Revive. Then follow the river east. Now
   just follow the route and be sure to pick up an Ultra Ball a long the
   way. It should leave you to mewtwo. SAVE BEFORE BATTLING!

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   NAME        :                   Mewtwo                  :        NAME

                                ~ STRATEGY ~
   Method 1 : If you have an Master Ball, just throw it and you've
   acquired yourself the strongest Pokemon in the game.

   Method 2 : If not, then you will need some luck. First of all
   Paralyze Mewtwo. Now give it head on with all you got. Since it's
   psychic, it has no weakness or resistance to any other type of
   Pokemon. If you have the legendary birds then they should come in
   handy. That's all I can really say.

   When his HP is low enough just continue using Ultra Ball before he
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   Pikachu is a fun little mini-game that can only be played if you have
   the game Pokemon Stadium (N64) and Pokemon Yellow. To access the game
   you will need to complete many multiple tasks on Pokemon Stadium. I
   will explain it all to you.

   First you will need to get to R-2 on Pokemon Stadium. Meaning you
   will have to finish all cups and then battle Mewtwo before getting to
   R-2. It might take a while in order to do so, but that is the only
   way to obtain this fun little mini-game.

   One you have done that, you must use your Pikachu on Prime Cup Master
   Ball on R-2. Meaning if your Pikachu is weak, you will be crushed.
   So before you try this task, I suggest having your Pikachu at level
   100 and have some good Pokemon at that level also (Mewtwo is the
   best choice). Once you are ready, go to Prim Cup Master ball and load
   your Pokemons with the Transfer pack (you cannot use Register or use
   the Pikachu in Rental!).

   Now the main point here is to finish the cup with Pikachu in your
   active party all the time. Your active party is the party with the
   3 choosen Pokemon to battle. Pikachu will HAVE to be in that party.
   It does not need to come out and battle so no need to do so. Using
   strong Pokemons try and beat the cup and you will acquire something
   special at the end.

   The computer will ask if you want to teach your Pikachu surf. Do so!
   Now that your Pikachu has learned surf, fly to Fuchsia City on your
   Pokemon Yellow game. Go south of the city, to the shore shack. Talk
   to the guy in there and he will let you play the game! here is the
   game's objective and rules : 


   ~ Game Objective ~

   The objective here is to get as many points as you can. In order to
   do so, you will need to do some tricks and moves. But it isn't that
   easy. The other objective is to keep your HP up. Like the real HP,
   everytime you surf you will lose some and everytime you get hit you
   will lose even more! But let's not worry about that.

   
   ~ Flips ~

   There are a variety of flips that will add extra points on your
   score board. Doing one isn't as simple as you think. Why? For
   instance, if you want to do a big Triple Fli, you will need to have
   the right speed and wave in order to do so. Here is the lsit of
   flips moves.
    _________________________
   |Single Flip -  50 points | I will give some tips and explaination
   |Double Flip - 150 points | on how to do these flips.
   |180 Flip    - 180 points |
   |Triple Flip - 350 points |
    ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ

   ~ Single Flip ~
   So far, the easy flip to master. You can do this flip over any type
   of waves. Once you are atop a wave hold the control pad to the left
   or right and wait till Pikachu go around a full circle. That's it.

   ~ Double Flip ~
   This is practicaly the same as Single Flip. But this time you will
   have to make sure you can go a ful two times in circle.

   ~ 180 Flip ~
   This can be pretty hard to do. First make sure you are on the right
   kind of wave. ONce you are hold the left or right on the control pad
   the switch to the opposite direction immediatly!

   ~ Triple Flip ~
   Same as Double or Single Flip. But a full 3 time rotation must be
   done. It can only be done on large waves.


   That's all I can possibly write for this subject. Oh and for those
   that does not know why I didn't contribute this to the main Sidequest
   section, the reason is that this is a special kind of game. Therefore
   I feel that I must make a completely different section for it. No big
   deal.


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    ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ

   FAQ stands for 'Frequently Ask Question'. Throughout my FAQing days,
   people have always been seeming to bug me, by asking questions that
   is already answered in the FAQ. So that's why I created this. If you
   Instant Message me about a question that is already here, I will not
   likely answer it. So check this part out before you contact me!

   Also, if you wish to add some questions feel free to email me :) I
   will be happy to add them and give you credit in the FAQ.


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   Q : How many Master Ball may I obtain? And where are their location?

   A : For all that I know there is only 1 Master Ball in this game.
       And it is acquire from the Silph Co. President after you beat
       Giovanni at the company. Since there is one, I suggest that you
       save it for a rare Pokemon (Mewtwo) and do not use it.

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                       ~ Game Related Questions ~
                     ------------------------------
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   Q : Why did you make a seperate section for Pikachu's Beach instead
       of including it in the sidequest section?

   A : As I have stated above previously. The reason is that this is a
       special kind of game. Therefore I feel that I must make a
       completely different section for it. No big deal.

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   Q : To acquire a "Surf" technique to play the Pikachu Beach game,
       must I have to obtain the game Pokemon Stadium (N64)?

   A : Yes, though there is a hceating method to do so on Gameshark that
       will allow you to get the ability.

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   Q : Where do you find [INSERT POKEMON NAME]?

   A : Check out the Pokedex section. I have listed all locations for
       each of the Pokemons.

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   Q : How can I acquire Mew?

   A : Gameshark is the only way you may do so. Though I might believe
       that there are some glitches rumors that will allow you to get
       it. Try searching for them.

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   Q : Is there a way of getting more Masterball?

   A : Not unless you cheat.

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                     ~ FAQ/Author Related Questions ~
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   Q : What is your main purpose for creating this FAQ?

   A : My main goal is to assist the reader that are stuck or have a
       question in mind about this game. Another of my main purpose is
       to waste some of my spare times whenever I'm bored.

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   Q : Are you planning to make any other FAQs in the future?

   A : Yes, I am currently liking the FAQ writing hobby, therefore you
       can expect some future projects from me.

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   Q : How long did it take you to complete this FAQ?

   A : I say over a period of about 6 months. That proves to show you
       how lazy I am :P

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   |Ident. Key : #pky0 |
    ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ
              _______________________________
             ~ F A Q   I N F O R M A T I O N ~
    ___________________________________________________
   |Started        : August 01, 2003  : Started        |
   |Overall Status : 100%             : Overall Status |
   |Finished       : May 31, 2004     : Finished       |
   |KB             : 332              : KB             |
   |Version        : Final            : Version        |
    ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ

                  _________________________________________
                 ~ S E C T I O N   C O M P L E T E N E S S ~
                  ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ
     _________________________________________________________________
    |~ Sections ~              |~Identification Key~|      Status     |
    |--------------------------+--------------------+-----------------|
    |1. Versions               |       #pkyv        |     COMPLETE    |
    |2. FAQ Tips               |       #pkyt        |     COMPLETE    |
    |3. Introduction           |       #pkyh        |     COMPLETE    |
    |4. Controls               |       #pkyc        |     COMPLETE    |
    |5. Game Basics            |       #pkyb        |     COMPLETE    |
    |   o Types                |                    |     COMPLETE    |
    |   o Battle Mode Explained|                    |     COMPLETE    |
    |   o World Map            |                    |     COMPLETE    |
    |6. Walkthrough            |       #pkyw        |     COMPLETE    |
    |7. Quick Walkthhrough     |       #pkyx        |     COMPLETE    |
    |8. Gym Leaders/Elite Four |       #pkyg        |     COMPLETE    |
    |9. Pokedex                |       #pkyd        |     COMPLETE    |
    |10. Abilities Listings    |       #pkya        |     COMPLETE    |
    |11. TM/HM Listings        |       #pkyl        |     COMPLETE    |
    |12. Items Listings        |       #pkyi        |     COMPLETE    |
    |13. Pokemon Mart          |       #pkym        |     COMPLETE    |
    |14. Sidequests            |       #pkyq        |     COMPLETE    |
    |15. Pikachu's Beach       |       #pkyp        |     COMPLETE    |
    |16. FAQ                   |       #pkyf        |     COMPLETE    |
    |17. FAQ Status            |       #pky0        |     COMPLETE    |
    |18. Credits               |       #pky1        |     COMPLETE    |
    |19. Comments              |       #pky2        |     COMPLETE    |
    |20. Contact Information   |       #pky3        |     COMPLETE    |
    |21. THE END!              |       #pky!        |     COMPLETE    |
     ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ



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    ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ
   This section is dedicated to all who've made the FAQ better or make
   it exist.

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                                  ~ FAQ WRITER ~
                            Ngan 'nnguyen11490' Nguyen

      Credit :  Would like to thank myself for making this possible. I
      took time out of my busy schedule just to play the game and type up
      all of this.

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                                   ~ Nintendo ~

      Credit : Thank you Nintendo for making such a great game that so
      many people seem to love. Also I would like to thank you for getting
      me into video games. I wouldn't even know what is 'video game' if it
      wasn't for the NES. Thank you so much.

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                    ~ Final Fantasy Soundtracks / Dr. Pepper ~

      Credit : I would just like to thank the original soundtrack of Final
      Fantasy VIII - X2 for keeping me awake and not bored throughout typing
      this. I went through each of the soundtracks about 8 times before I
      finally get this done. Also thank you Dr. Pepper for also keeping me
      awake while writing this.

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                                 ~ The Readers ~

      Credit : Thank you for choosing my FAQ as a guide for you throughout
      the game. I hope you like the FAQ and hope it helps!

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                                  ~ Crazyreyn ~

      Credit : Thank you for letting me use some TM information from your
      TM/HM List. Check it out sometimes, it contains a lot of in-depth
      information for HMs and TMs.

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                             ~ winnie the poop (Fox) ~

      Credit : Thanks for explaining to me what the stat 'Special' is.
      I can't believe I didn't know that O_o

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                                  ~ SinirothX ~

      Credit : Thank you for checking my FAQs over so many times. Good
      luck on your ever so flawless FAQs also.

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                            ~ Devin Morgan (DBM11085) ~

      Credit : Thanks for letting me use a portion of information from
      your Pokemon Yellow, Pokemon List!

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                                     ~ Pop ~

       Credit : Thanks for letting me use information for the few items
       I was missing off of your FAQ!

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                            ~ Spelling/Grammar Credits ~

       Endz0r : Correcting the word "author" for me. I never realize that
       it was the wrong spelling O_O

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                              ~ Layout/Format Credits ~

      (http://www.creatinghorizons.com/pokedex/game/maps/) : For maps of
      the entire game. So I can fix some errors in my maps.

      PeaceNLove : 1 Correction on the version dividers

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    ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ
   I just wanted to make this little section up so you can see what others
   have said about this guide. If you have any comments/suggestions, check
   the Contact Information and email me.

                                      - - -

   Looks great and beautiful....Better than the other Pokemon Yellow FAQ's
                                   ~ Mr Jason ~

   All the section dividers, headers, and art really blew me away! It makes
   my formatting look like crap. Great work!
                                   ~ DavidK5 ~

   Wow, great job so far. The formatting and headers are awesome. I think
   I'll take some pointers from you. I noticed an extremely tiny, miniscule
   mistake (hey you asked for it) in your header for the first section
   VERSIONS. The dashed line above is not lined up with the one below like
   in the other section headers. Sorry...I'm kind of a perfectionist ^_^.
                                  ~ PeaceNLove ~

   Your faq is dazzling. ^_^ I hope you find the time to finish it and
   submit it.
                                  ~ Starvenus ~

   You know what I think of it already: spectacular. By far your best work
   ever. I can't wait until it's posted, man. Good luck.
                                  ~ SinirothX ~



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    ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ

   For those who wishes to contact me in anyways, whether it is questions,
   comments, suggestions or anything regarding this FAQ or any of my other
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   Please follow some of my policies and rules before contacting me.

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    ŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻŻ
  Well that concludes our great adventure here. I hop the FAQ helps you
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