____ __ __ __ __ ___ _ __ / __ \____ / //_//_/ / |/ /___ / | / / / /_/ / __ \/ ,< / _ \/ /|_/ / __ \/ |/ / / ____/ /_/ / /| / __/ / / / /_/ / /| / /_/ \____/_/ |_\___/_/ /_/\____/_/ |_/ \ \/ /__ / / /___ _ __ \ / _ \/ / / __ \ | /| / / / / __/ / / /_/ / |/ |/ / /_/\___/_/_/\____/|__/|__/ Gotta Catch 'em All Pika, Pika!!! %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% % Pokemon FAQ Yellow % % By Mike Meevasin % % Version 2.3 % % firstname.lastname@example.org % %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% The latest version of this FAQ can and will always be found at Gamefaqs: http://www.gamefaqs.com %%%Credits%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% Without the help and contribution of these people, this FAQ could not have been possible. - Loren Jones (email@example.com) for a great tip on beating Lt. Surge. - Felix (KING007707@aol.com) for some tips on how to evolve Pikachu. - Ken Camel (firstname.lastname@example.org) for tips on beating Lt. Surge. - Garr1529 (Garr1529@aol.com) for tips on beating Brock and Lt. Surge. - Maniac9127 (Maniac9127@aol.com) for the improved better battle chart. - Bobrosite (Bobrosite@aol.com) for the reminder about getting Squirtle - FlyingPidgey (FlyingPidgey@aol.com) for the Boss strategy corrections. - "µ" for a list of Pokemon skills. %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% -------------------------------------- %%%Table of Contents%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% I. Revision History II. FAQ III. Walkthrough IV. Pikachu & the Yellow Version V. Pokedex VI. Pokemon Skills VII. Items section VIII. The Battle Chart IX. Secrets and Misc. Stuff X. Credits/Disclaimer ****************************************** I. Revision History ****************************************** Version 2.3 (4/13/00): - Skill list completed. - Ability list added. Big thanks to "µ" for the complete list! Version 1.9 (1/02/00): - Put credits section on top, idea from Dingo Jellybean. - Added some info to Yellow version section. - Added the Pokedex section. - Some moves added to the Skills section. - Updated the Walkthrough. - Added in Gameshark codes. Version 1.5 (11/20/99): - Updated and corrected the walkthrough some. - Fixed the skills section. - Added a new and revised battle chart. Version 1.4 (11/14/99): - Added more things about the Yellow version - Updated walkthrough - Fixed minor things here and there. - Some FAQ questions added as well. Version 1.3 (9/15/99): - Added in the other sections. - Added a new strategy for beating Lt. Surge - Put some of the walkthrough up. - Added a new FAQ question. Version 1.0 (9/08/99): - Just getting started so it may take awhile. ****************************************** II. FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) ****************************************** Q. What is the Yellow version of Pokemon? A. The yellow version is loosely based on the TV show. Q. Are there any differences between Red/Blue versions? A. There are a few differences. You can meet and fight against Jessie and James from the TV show. Many of the Pokemon pictures are different, and at times a lot better. You can get Bulbasaur, Charmander, and Squirtle, play a surfing game, and a few more things. Q. I heard it also works with the Gameboy Printer, is this true? A. Yes, you can print out stickers of the Pokedex entries. Q. Does this game have GBC support? A. The American version seems to while the Japanese version does not. Q. Does Pikachu talk? A. Well he talks in his own language, so I guess, yes he does talk. Q. Can I catch all 151 in Yellow? A. No, the Pokemon missing (besides Mew): Ekans, Arbok, Electabuzz, Weedle, Kakuna, Beedrill, Jynx, Raichu (there are no wild Pikachus except for the starter one which can't be evolved), Koffing, Weezing, Meowth, Persian and Magmar. Q. Are there any new Pokemon in this game? A. No. Q. How do I get Bulbasaur? A. You must make Pikachu very happy. To do this remember not to evolve him, trade him, put him in the PC, don't let him faint, etc. And to build up his happiness pretty quickly fight a few battles with him (about 20 or more). Make sure that he is the first in battle though. ****************************************** III. Walkthrough ****************************************** %%%Pallet Town, Route 1, Viridian City%%%% Treasures found in Pallet Town: Town Map Pokemon Found in Pallet Town: # 25 Pikachu (one) Treasures found in Route 1: Potion Pokemon Found in Route 1: # 16 Pidgey # 19 Rattata Treasures found in Viridian City: Potion TM 42 You start the game as normal. Grab a potion from your computer before you leave. Now head out of the town, and Professor Oak will stop you, but this time a Pikachu will attack you. Professor Oak will capture it and you will head to his lab. He will then tell you to take a Pokemon. Head to the only Poke Ball and try to take it, Gary will push you to the side and take it from you. Professor Oak will give you Pikachu. Leave and Gary will challenge you with his Eevee. You should be able to beat him easily. You will also notice that Pikachu will follow you around instead of staying in his Poke Ball. -------Gary---------------- Trainer: Gary Pokemon: Eevee Lv.5 Prize- $175 This battle is very, very easy. His Eevee is pretty weak and with Pikachu to begin with you should have very little trouble defeating him. Just think of this as practice for the bigger battles to come. --------------------------- *Note- If you talk to your Pikachu you can see it's expression towards you. Now head to Route 1 and up to Viridian City, be sure to get a Potion from the guy on Route 1. Head to the store to pick up Oak's Parcel and give it to Professor Oak to receive your Pokedex. If you want go to Gary's House and get a Town Map from his sister. Before heading to Route 2 check the bush near the exit of Viridian City. You will find a Potion there. Now head up towards Route 2. %%%Route 22, Route 2, Viridian Forest%%%%% Pokemon Found in Route 22: # 19 Rattata # 21 Spearow # 29 Nidoran (F) # 32 Nidoran (M) # 52 Mankey Pokemon Found in Route 2: # 16 Pidgey # 19 Rattata # 29 Nidoran (F) # 32 Nidoran (M) # 129 Mr. Mime (trade) Treasures found in Viridian Forest: Poke Ball Potion x2 Pokemon Found in Viridian Forest: # 10 Caterpie # 11 Metapod # 16 Pidgey # 17 Pidgeotto It's optional but if you want head to Route 22 to the left of Viridian City. There you will find the Pokemon League, along with Gary and a different set of Pokemon to catch. If not head towards Route 2, and through Viridian Forest. Nothing too special here so just head on through. -------Gary---------------- Trainer: Gary Pokemon: Spearow Lv.9 Eevee Lv.8 Prize- $280 This battle is very easy. His Spearow, being prone to Electric attack, will quickly fall to Pikachu in no time. As for his Eevee any Pokemon you have at the time at about the same level should work quite well. Not too difficult, and a quick an easy way to gain experience and money. --------------------------- %%%Pewter City & Route 3%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% Pokemon found in Route 3: # 19 Rattata # 21 Spearow # 27 Sandshrew # 56 Mankey # 129 Magikarp (bought) Treasures found in Pewter City: TM34 Old Amber Again the only thing real important is the battle with Brock. Be sure to stock up on items like Poke Balls and potions before heading on. Make your way through Route 3, and be sure to get your Pokemon leveled up. Also beware of the guy selling the Magikarp. It's not worth the money, and you could always get one for free later on anyways. -------Brock--------------- Trainer: Brock Pokemon: Geodude Lv.10 Onix Lv.12 Prize- Boulder Badge - $1188 - TM34 Geez, this battle is a lot tougher without Squirtle or Bulbasaur. Since just about any Pokemon you have will have little effect on Brock's Pokemon, try to build up your Pokemon's levels a few levels higher than his. A Butterfree at Lv.10 with Confusion, a Mankey at Lv.9 with Low Kick, or one of the Nidos with Double Kick will help you get through this battle much easier. --------------------------- %%%Mt. Moon%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% Treasures found in Mt. Moon: Dome Fossil Escape Rope Ether (hidden) Helix Fossil HP Up Moon Stone Moon Stone (hidden) Potion x2 Rare Candy TM01 TM12 Pokemon found at Mt. Moon: # 27 Sandshrew # 35 Clefairy # 41 Zubat # 46 Paras # 74 Geodude Here you will find more Pokemon to add for your collection. Be sure to check the rock near TM01 to find a hidden ether. There is a hidden Moon Stone as well near the fossils. Before heading up the stairs make a right into a dead corridor and search the ground for a Moon Stone. Near the end of Mt. Moon you will find two fossils. You can only take one, and either one will result in a pretty tough Pokemon. Get the Helix for Omanyte and the Dome for Kabuto. This is also the first time that you will meet Team Rocket's very own Jessie and James. -------Jessie & James------ Trainer: Jessie & James Pokemon: Ekans Lv.14 Meowth Lv.14 Koffing Lv.14 Prize: $420 This battle is pretty tough. Team Rocket can actually put up a good fight this time. Since no Pokemon you have will have a complete advantage over Jessie and James Pokemon, just get your levels at about 2 levels higher than theirs, and you should have little trouble taking them out. --------------------------- %%%Route 4 & Cerulean City%%%%%%%%%%%%%% Treasures found in Route 4: TM04 Pokemon found in Route 4: # 19 Rattata # 21 Spearow # 27 Sandshrew # 56 Mankey Treasures found in Cerulean City: Rare Candy (hidden) TM11 TM28 Pokemon found in Cerulean City: # 01 Bulbasaur (one) The next stop is in Cerulean City. Stock up and be sure to get your Pokemon leveled up, before heading off to fight Misty. If you head to the guy who tells you about the badges, and search through his backyard you will find a Rare Candy. Another thing that is different in the Yellow version is that where the Police Officer use to stand, Officer Jenny is now there. Also if you head to the house next to the Poke Mart you will find a Bulbasaur which you can get! To get Bulbasaur you must make Pikachu happy. Do this by letting him battle first and NOT letting him faint, trading him putting him in the computer. -------Misty--------------- Trainer: Misty Pokemon: Staryu Lv.18 Starmie Lv.21 Prize- Cascade Badge - $2079 - TM11 From Brock to Misty this battle is 10 times easier than Brock. Pikachu will demolish Staryu and Starmie in no time. Just be sure that your Pikachu is at least as high as Lv.18 to make the battle even easier. You can try other Pokemon if you want, just to gain their levels. --------------------------- -------Gary---------------- Trainer: Gary Pokemon: Spearow Lv.18 Sandshrew Lv.15 Rattata Lv.15 Eevee Lv.17 Prize- $595 Well after fighting Misty this battle is pretty simple as well. Again any Pokemon you have will work against Gary, especially Pikachu. Use this battle to gain some easy experience points. --------------------------- %%%Route 24 & 25 %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% Treasures found on Route 24 & 25 Nugget SS Ticket (from Bill) TM19 TM45 Pokemon found in Route 24 & 25: # 4 Charmander (one) # 16 Pidgey # 17 Pidgeotto # 43 Oddish # 48 Venonat # 69 Bellsprout Before you can enter Route 24 & 25 to see Bill you must cross the Nugget Bridge. 5 trainers guard the Nugget Bridge and you must fight each on to get through. They are pretty easy, and will quickly help you to gain levels. Defeating all 5 will also get you a Nugget. Another Yellow exclusive is that you can also get Charmander. Head straight up from the Nugget Bridge to find a trainer. He says that he cannot raise his Pokemon and gives it to you if you promise to take good care of it. Say yes, and you got yourself a Charmander. Route 24 & 25 has a ton of trainers running around which will net you quite a bit of experience. Head to Bill's house to get the SS Ticket. As soon as you get the ticket head back to Cerulean and go to where Officer Jenny was. The house can now be accessed, when you exit the house on the other side you will find a Rocket. Beat him to receive TM28. %%%Route 5, 6 & Vermilion City%%%%%%%%%% Treasures found on Route 5: Full Restore (hidden) Pokemon found in Route 5 & 6: # 16 Pidgey # 17 Pidgeotto # 19 Rattata # 39 Jigglypuff # 63 Abra # 67 Machoke (Route 5, trade) Pokemon found in Vermilion City: # 07 Squirtle Treasures found in Vermilion City: Bike Voucher Old Rod TM24 Treasures found in SS Anne: Ether Great Ball (hidden) HM01 Max Ether Max Potion Rare Candy TM08 TM44 Just like the other versions you cannot go to Saffron just yet so you must use the Underground Passage to get by. You will also meet a girl who wants to trade a Cubone for a Machoke. If you do trade you will get a Machoke that will then evolve into a Machamp. When you step off the stairs going down take one step left and press A. You will find a hidden Full Restore. Now make your way to Vermilion City. Points of interest here are an Old Rod from the fishing guru. Grab the Bike Voucher from the President of the Pokemon Fan Club and head back to Cerulean to get your bike. Another great surprise awaits you here. Officer Jenny is in this town and will give you a Squirtle as soon as you beat Lt. Surge. But since his gym is inaccessible right now head to the SS Anne and fight all the trainers there, and get HM01 from the Captain. If you look in the kitchen and in one of the garbage cans you will find a Great Ball. With everything done in the SS Anne teach any Pokemon, that can learn it, Cut and head off to face Lt. Surge. You will find that Lt. Surge has some security in his gym. Search the garbage cans to find the switch. When you find one the other is right next to it, it is also appears randomly so just keep trying. -------Gary---------------- Trainer: Gary Pokemon: Spearow Lv.19 Rattata Lv.16 Sandshrew Lv.18 Eevee Lv.20 Prize- $1300 Well if you've been building your Pokemon evenly any one will be pretty good against Gary. Of course with Pikachu, Bulbasaur, and Charmander on your team, Gary should be a piece of cake. --------------------------- -------Lt. Surge----------- Trainer: Lt. Surge Pokemon: Raichu Lv.28 Prize- Thunder Badge - $2772 - TM24 A Lv.28 Raichu and it's a monster! Do not use any Flying or Water type Pokemon that you may have, they will all die almost, if not instantly. A ground type has some advantage over Raichu, but because of Raichu's power it may not matter. I suggest you build your Pokemon to at least Lv.30 or you may have a difficult time defeating Surge. Diglett's or a Geodude/Graveler/Golem would be most effective against Raichu. Use Diglett's Dig or any of Geodude's moves and you will have an easier time against Surge. --------------------------- %%%Route 11 & Diglett's Cave%%%%%%%%%%%% Treasures found in Route 11: Escape Rope (hidden) Pokemon found on Route 11: # 16 Pidgey # 17 Pidgeotto # 19 Rattata # 20 Raticate # 96 Drowzee Pokemon found in Diglett's Cave: # 50 Diglett # 51 Dugtrio On Route 11 you will find your way blocked by a sleeping Snorlax. You cannot do anything at the moment to wake it up so just head to Diglett's Cave. In the meantime if you've caught at least 30 kinds of Pokemon head to the building at the end of Route 11. There one of Professor Oak's aide will give you the itemfinder. Before heading to Diglett's cave be sure to have a Pokemon with the CUT skill. You will need it to get through the area. Also if you have an extra Clefairy a boy will trade it for a Mr. Mime. Also in another building one of Professor Oak's aide will give you HM05 which will help in the Rock Tunnel. While you're at it head back to Viridian and use CUT to get TM 42. Then head back to Pewter and grab the Old Amber from behind the museum. Now head back to Cerulean City and CUT the bush that blocked the path to Route 9. %%%Route 9, 10 & Rock Tunnel%%%%%%%%%%%% Treasures found on Route 9: TM30 Pokemon found on Route 9: # 19 Rattata # 20 Raticate # 21 Spearow # 22 Fearow # 29 Nidoran (F) # 30 Nidorina # 32 Nidoran (M) # 33 Nidorino Pokemon found on Route 10: # 19 Rattata # 20 Raticate # 29 Nidoran (F) # 32 Nidoran (M) # 66 Machop # 81 Magnemite Pokemon found on Rock Tunnel: # 41 Zubat # 66 Machop # 74 Geodude # 95 Onix Another basic route for you to quickly gain levels. If you've been building up your Pokemon correctly you should have no problem with anyone on this route. Be sure to have the Flash technique before entering Rock Tunnel. It will makes things much easier to see. %%%Lavender Town, Route 8, 7%%%%%%%%%%%% Pokemon found in Route 8: # 16 Pidgey # 17 Pidgeotto # 19 Rattata # 39 Jigglypuff # 63 Abra # 64 Kadabra As you enter Lavender Town, you will notice a creepy atmosphere. Although it may be tempting to catch a ghost at the Pokemon Tower, you will be unable to without the use of the Silph Scope. And since there isn't anything else to do at the moment, head towards Route 8. Route 8 is another one of your basic routes so just head to the building in the upper corner. This will allow you to reach Route 7 as well as Celadon City. %%%Celadon City & The Game Corner%%%%%%% Treasures found in Celadon City: Coin Case TM 13 TM 18 TM 48 TM 49 Pokemon found in Celadon City: # 37 Vulpix- 1000 Coins # 40 Wigglytuff- 2680 Coins # 63 Abra- 230 Coins # 123 Scyther- 6500 Coins # 127 Pinsir- 6500 Coins # 133 Eevee # 137 Porygon- 9999 Coins Celadon City is home to the biggest stores in all of Pokemon. Here you will also find the rare, but versatile Eevee who can evolve into 3 different types of Pokemon. Head behind the Pokemon Center and go through the back way of the Celadon Mansion. Reach the top floor and Eevee will be yours. If you want more water give it the Water Stone and evolve it into Vaporeon, a Thunder Stone will evolve it into Jolteon, and the fire stone will evolve it into Flareon. Take your pick, they are all great Pokemon to have on your team. Now head to the Celadon Dept. store. Talk to all the people behind the counter, (even if you're not buying anything), a man will give you TM 18 for free. Be sure to buy a Poke Doll, you'll need this later. Finally head to the very top floor. A girl there will say she is thristy. Go to the vending machine and buy 2 Fresh Water, 1 Soda Pop, and 1 Lemondae. Give here 1 of each and she will give you some TMs for your trouble. Finally head to the left of Celadon. You will find a Snorlax blocking your way. You can't do anything yet so jut Cut the bush and enter the house on the other side. There you will find HM 02 (Fly) which will save you a lot of trouble walking from one city to another. Here you will also find the Grass gym leader Erika. See the strategy below, if you need help in defeating her. Now head to one of the houses in the lower part of town. There you will find someone that will give you the coin case. With the coin case in hand head to the Game Corner, which should be the house right above where you got the Coin Case. Head to the Game Corner. You will find a Team Rocket member acting suspicious. Talk to him, and beat him in battle. When he disappears press the switch that he was guarding and you will enter Team Rocket's secret base. You need to find a lift key in order to reach the boss of Team Rocket. It is on the fourth basement. Go down and defeat the boss to receive the Silph Scope. With this you can know identify ghost and capture them. -------Erika--------------- Trainer: Erika Pokemon: Tangela Lv.30 Weepinbell Lv.32 Gloom Lv.32 Prize- Rainbow Badge - $3168 - TM21 This is another pretty easy battle. A fire type like the Charmander you received, or if you've leveled him to a Charmeleon or a Growlithe or Vulpix will make this battle a snap. Her Pokemon are all pretty easy to defeat, and you probably don't even need help on her. If you have no strong fire type, a psychic Pokemon like Mr. Mime or Alakazam will make short work of her. --------------------------- %%%Pokemon Tower%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% Treasures found in Pokemon Tower: Awakening Elixer Escape Rope HP UP Nugget Rare Candy X Accuracy Pokemon found in Pokemon Tower: # 92 Gastly # 93 Haunter # 104 Cubone Pokemon Tower is pretty simple or hard depending on what Pokemon you bring. Before entering make sure you have the Silph Scope with you. Before you can search Pokemon Tower Gary will challenge you. He's still pretty easy, check the boss strategy at the bottom if you need help. If you have any Psychics with you they will wipe out the ghosts in no time. Just remember that physical attacks (mainly Normal and Fighting) are totally useless against them so come prepared. As you make your way up the tower you will find a heal point at the half point, a perfect opportunity to gain levels. As soon as you reach the final floor you will face Jessie and James once more. They're just as bad as their anime counterparts and you should be able to take them down in no time. Once you beat them talk to Mr. Fuji and get the Poke Flute from him. Now head to Saffron City. -------Gary---------------- Trainer: Gary Pokemon: Fearow Lv.25 Shellder Lv.23 Vulpix Lv.22 Sandshrew Lv.20 Eevee Lv.25 This battle is way too simple. Gary's Fearow and Shellder are both weak to Thunder (Pikachu), Vulpix and Sandshrew both weak to water (Squirtle), and his Eevee can be taken down with just about anything else. However this is only a sample of things to come. --------------------------- %%%Saffron City & Silph Co.%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% Treasures found in Saffron City: Nugget TM 29 TM 31 Treasures found in Silph Co.: Calcium Card Key Escape Rope Full Heal HP Up Hyper Potion Max Revive Protein TM 03 TM 09 TM 36 X Accuracy Pokemon found in Saffron City: # 106 Hitmonlee # 107 Hitmonchan Pokemon found in Silph Co. # 131 Lapras You will spend quite some time in Saffron. So if you feel that you may not be strong enough (I recommend being around Level 40 or higher), head back to Pokemon Tower or any Route and level up. Now you will probably notice that Team Rocket blocks the entrance too most if not all of Saffron City, including the Gym. For now head to one of the bottom houses and get TM 29 from one of the citizens. Next head too the gym that is not being blocked off. Inside will be a gym full of fighting Pokemon. Not too difficult and beating the leader gives you a free Pokemon (much better than a badge if you ask me ^_^). Choose between either Hitmonlee or Hitmonchan, they're both good choices and you can't really go wrong with either. Now head to the center of town into the Silph Co., it's the biggest building there so you can't miss it. The Silph Co. is practically a maze so if you want to get this over with (I recommend beating everyone in the building for money and exp.), just follow these steps. Take the elevator to the fifth floor. Now head all the way to the left and then head down. Enter the teleporter tile, and then head back onto the teleporter tile. Head down, beat the rocket and then head right and grab the Card Key. Now head back to the elevator and go to the 3rd floor. Head down and open the locked door and enter the tile teleporter. You will meet Gary once more and his Pokemon and all evolved this time, however you should still have little trouble against him. Defeat him and you will receive a Lapras from one of the employees, just keep heading forward from there and you will reach Giovanni in no time. Defeat him to receive the Master Ball. With Team Rocket gone head to the gym and prepare to fight Sabrina. She is a monster in this game so be sure that all your Pokemon are strong enough to take her on -------Gary---------------- Trainer: Gary Pokemon: Sandslash Lv.38 Ninetales Lv.35 Cloyster Lv.37 Kadabra Lv.35 Vaporean, Jolteon, or Flareon Lv.40 Now this battle will be a bit tougher than the last one. The same water Pokemon you used last time and Pikachu can easily take out Sandslash, Nintales, Cloyster, Vaporean, and Flareon. However Gary's Kadabra and Jolteon are a different story. For Kadabra just pound on him with any attack (except Psychic) and hope you take him down quickly. Jolteon can be pretty tough, but using a Ground type Pokemon (Diglett, Dugtrio) can easily defeat Jolteon. --------------------------- -------Sabrina------------- Trainer: Sabrina Pokemon: Abra Lv.50 Kadabra Lv.50 Alakazam Lv.50 Prize- Marsh Badge - $4950 - TM 46 This will probably be your hardest battle yet. All of Sabrina's Pokemon are at Level 50, one of the strongest type in the game, Psychic, and overall can be just plain difficult. I highly suggest that you raise your Pokemon's level to at least 50 or around 50 to have a good chance. Sabrina's first two Abra and Kadabra are actually not too difficult I just took my strongest Pokemon and attacked. A few turns later they were both down. However Alakazam is a different story, if you can try putting him to sleep, that's what I did and had very little trouble. Just beware of Alakazam's recover or you may very well lose this match. --------------------------- %%%Route 16-18, Route 12-13%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% Pokemon found on Route 16-18 # 19 Rattata # 20 Ratticate # 21 Spearow # 22 Fearow # 77 Ponyta # 84 Doduo # 85 Dodrio # 143 Snorlax Treasures found on Route 12: Iron TM 16 Treasures found on Route 15: TM 20 Pokemon found on Route 12-15: # 16 Pidgey # 17 Pidgeotto # 43 Oddish # 44 Gloom # 48 Venonat # 49 Venomoth # 69 Bellsprout # 83 Farfetch'd Well from here you need to travel to Fuchsia City. There are two ways too reach the town and you can take any route you wish to go to first. I will be explaining Route 16-18 then Route 12 & 13 Route 16-18 is the bicycle route (in that you need a bicycle to travel this path. You will also notice a Snorlax blocking your path. Play the Poke Flute to wake him up and begin the battle. Snorlax is a little tough to beat, considering that he can refill his energy. However he is also very difficult to catch. I had considerable trouble trying to catch him with a Great Ball, but had little problems with an Ultra Ball. Don't worry if you don't catch him, you still have one more chance. Considering that you go straight down and the game practically pushes you down, this is probably the fastest way there. There isn't much else to discuss about this route so I'll go on about the other two. Route 12-15 is the long way to Fuschia, but should still be visited. Another Snorlax blocks the path and if you didn't get it the first time this is your last chance. You will also find the Super Rod here, the best fishing rod in the game, and is probably the best reason to visit this route. Also on Route 12 & 13 you will find a Farfetch'd. One that doesn't have to be named "Dux". %%%Fuchsia & The Safari Zone%%%%%%%%%%%%%% Treasures found along Fuchsia City: Good Rod HM 04 TM 06 Treasures found in the Safari Zone: Carbos Full Restore Gold Teeth HM 03 Max Potion x2 Max Revive Nugget Protein TM 32 TM 37 TM 40 Pokemon found in Safari Zone: Entrance: # 29 Nidoran (F) # 32 Nidoran (M) # 33 Nidorino # 46 Paras # 47 Parasect # 102 Exeggcute # 111 Rhyhorn # 114 Tangela # 133 Chansey Section 1: # 29 Nidoran (F) # 30 Nidorina # 32 Nidoran (M) # 102 Exeggcute # 104 Cubone # 105 Marowak # 123 Scyther # 128 Tauros # 133 Chansey Section 2: # 29 Nidoran (F) # 30 Nidorina # 32 Nidoran (M) # 111 Rhyhorn # 102 Exeggcute # 104 Cubone # 111 Rhyhorn # 115 Kangaskhan # 123 Scyther # 127 Pinsir Section 3: # 29 Nidoran (F) # 32 Nidoran (M) # 33 Nidorino # 102 Exeggcute # 104 Cubone # 105 Marowak # 114 Tangela # 127 Pinsir # 128 Tauros The Safari Zone is what makes Fuchsia City stand out. You will probably have to make a few trips in order to get all the treasures and catch all the Pokemon they have there. The most important thing you need is the Gold Teeth and HM 03. HM 03 is the valuable Surf skill. One of the more useful HMs considering that you will need Surf from here on, and it's a pretty powerful skill as well. HM 03 is located at the very end of the Safari Zone, you will need to get there before your time runs out. The Gold Teeth is along the way as well. Now head to the warden's house. Give him the teeth and you will get HM 04, which will teach your Pokemon the Strength ability. Next door to the Warden is a guy who will give you the Good Rod. But if you took Route 12, you probably wouldn't want it. Now head for the gym and battle the leader Koga. There are invisible walls all over the place, so you may have to stumble your way through in order to find your way. Defeat Koga and you will receive the Soul Badge along with TM 06. With this badge the defense of your Pokemon will increase. When you are done head west to Route 18. A boy there will trade you a Slowbro for Lickitung. -------Koga---------------- Trainer: Koga Pokemon: Venonat Lv.44 Venonat Lv.46 Venonat Lv.48 Venomoth Lv.50 Prize- Soul Badge - $4950 - TM06 This battle is a whole lot easier than the battle with Sabrina. In fact the only thing difficult about this, would probably be the maze getting to him. Any Pokemon would do pretty well against Koga. Just be sure to have Pokemon around his levels just to be safe. --------------------------- %%%Seafoam, & Route 19-21%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% Pokemon found in Route 19-21: # 72 Tentacool- many in both Pokemon found in Seafoam Island: # 41 Zubat # 42 Golbat # 79 Slowpoke # 78 Slowbro # 86 Seel # 87 Dewgong # 98 Krabby # 99 Kingler # 120 Staryu # 144 Articuno To reach Seafoam Island you will have to pass through Route 19, and have a Pokemon with the surf ability. Also be sure to bring a Pokemon with the Strength ability. Seafoam Island is like a mini maze. In order to get through this place you must push the boulders into the holes. If you do not the water will pull you back to another part of the cavern. While down here you will also discover Articuno. It can only be found here, so again be sure to save before taking him on. He can be quite difficult to catch so try putting him to sleep to increase your chances of catching him. %%%Cinnibar Island & The Pokemon Mansion%% Pokemon found in Cinnibar Island: # 138 Omanyte # 140 Kabuto # 142 Aerodactyl Treasures found in Cinnibar Island: TM 38 Pokemon found in Pokemon Mansion: # 19 Rattata # 20 Ratticate # 58 Growlithe # 88 Grimer # 89 Muk # 132 Ditto Treasures found in Pokemon Mansion: Calcium Carbos Escape Rope Full Restore Iron Max Potion Moon Stone Rare Candy Secret Key TM 14 TM 22 Cinnibar Island is where research on extinct Pokemon takes place. Here the scientists will bring back to life Aerodactyl and either Omanyte or Kabuto. Just give them the Old Amber and Helix/Dome Fossil to get these Pokemon. The gym here will be locked, and you need to find a key to unlock it so head to the abandoned Pokemon Mansion. As you search the area, you will also learn things about Mewtwo and Mew, two of the strongest and rarest Pokemon in the game. Once you have found the key, head over to the gym. Also there is a hidden Moon Stone on the first floor. Look behind the third block in the right for it. The gym will also be blocked each step of the way. You can either defeat the trainers or go up to the machine and test your knowledge of Pokemon. When you reach the end you will meet Blaine. Defeat him to receive the Volcano Badge and TM 38. With this badge your Pokemon's special attack will increase. Now head north of Cinnibar to Route 21. -------Blaine-------------- Trainer: Blaine Pokemon: Ninetales Lv.48 Rapidash Lv.50 Arcanine Lv.54 Prize- Volcano Badge - $5346 - TM38 This battle is pretty simple. Heck any water Pokemon you have will quickly put out Blaine's flame. You could also throw in some Rock types on your team, considering that Fire is practically ineffective against Rock types. However with the trip to Seafoam Islands you should have enough water Pokemon to easily defeat him. --------------------------- %%%Power Plant%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% Treasures found in the Power Plant: Carbos HP Up Rare Candy TM 25 TM 33 Pokemon found in the Power Plant: # 81 Magnemite # 82 Magneton # 88 Grimer # 89 Muk # 100 Voltorb # 145 Zapdos The Power Plant is relatively simple. The real reason on coming here would probably be for Zapdos. However you will also be able to receive a Voltorb. Also remember to SAVE before fighting Zapdos. You want to make sure that you catch him, because you only have one chance and if you blow it, well you'll be missing out on a powerful Pokemon. %%%Route 21 & Viridian City%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% Pokemon found in Route 21: # 16 Pidgey # 17 Pidgeotto # 19 Rattata # 20 Raticate # 72 Tentacool As you travel along Route 21 you will end up back in Pallet Town. It seems that your journey has come full circle, but you are still missing a badge. You must head back to Viridian City. You will find various trainers here, all dying to join some team. As you make your way through you will discover that Team Rocket's very own leader is the gym leader. This isn't the toughest battle you will ever face, but be sure to build up your best Pokemon. When you defeat him, you will receive the Earth Badge. With this badge any Pokemon will obey you. Now with all eight badges, prepare yourself for the Pokemon league. -------Giovanni------------ Trainer: Giovanni Pokemon: Dugtrio Lv.50 Persian Lv.53 Nidoqueen Lv.53 Nidoking Lv.55 Rhydon Lv.55 Prize- Earth Badge - $5445 - TM27 For the last gym leader, Giovanni isn't as hard as you think he would be. If you have a Psychic, like everyone else seems to have, you should have very little trouble. However if you don't have any, or didn't raise them high enough, just use the same Pokemon you did for Blaine. Giovanni's Ground type Pokemon are very weak to water, so just use something like Surf over and over. --------------------------- %%%Route 22, 23 and Victory Road%%%%%%%%%% Pokemon found in Route 22: # 19 Rattata # 21 Spearow # 29 Nidoran (F) # 32 Nidoran (M) # 52 Mankey Pokemon found in Victory Road: # 41 Zubat # 42 Golbat # 67 Machoke # 74 Geodude # 75 Graveler # 95 Onix # 146 Moltres Treasures found along Victory Road: Full Heal Guard Spec. Max Revive Rare Candy TM 05 TM 17 TM 43 TM 47 Route 22 is the entrance to the Pokemon League. Before you enter be sure to bring a Pokemon with Strength, Surf, and Fly. As you head to the League Gary will appear and challenge you once more. Defeat him to proceed on your journey. As you enter Route 23 a guard appears at each checkpoint. As long as you have all the badges, he should not bother you much. As you reach the end of Route 23, you will enter Victory Road. Victory Road is filled with some of the greatest trainers in the world (or so they think). You will need a Pokemon with Strength to get your way through this maze. Also in Victory Road is another legendary bird, Moltres. He's not as great as the other birds, but you should catch him anyways. You should use just about the same tactics you used against the other birds. When you finally exit Victory Road head up to the Indigo Plateau and prepare for your greatest challenge yet. -------Gary---------------- Trainer: Gary Pokemon: Sandslash Lv.47 Exeggcute Lv.45 Ninetales Lv.45 Cloyster Lv.47 Alakazam Lv.50 Vaporeon, Flareon, Jolteon Lv.53 Again your rival comes quite prepared. If you do not have a diverse team you will have some trouble against him. Sandslash, Flareon and Ninetales are easily taken down with a Water Pokemon. Cloyster and Vaporean with Electric Pokemon. Ground for Jolteon, Fire for Exeggcute. The Alakazam may be the toughest one in this. If you have a Jolteon with Pin Missile this guy is pretty easy. But if not I suggest an all out attack. --------------------------- %%%Indigo Plateau%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% Entering the building above the Indigo Plateau. This will be the last shop before you take on the Elite Four. Buy a few heals and revives, you are really going to need them. Once you begin the challenge against the Elite Four, you will not be able to go back out. You need to assemble a well-balanced team in order to beat the Elite Four. You will need to counter mainly Ice, Fighting, Ghost, and Dragon type Pokemon. Once you have assembled this team head off to face the first of the Elite Four Lorelei. I suggest Pokemon like Jolteon, Zapdos, Articuno, Alakazam, Dugtrio, Blastoise, or Gyarados. ---Elite Four--- -------Lorelei------------- Trainer: Lorelei Pokemon: Dewgong Lv.54 Cloyster Lv.53 Slowbro Lv.54 Jynx Lv.56 Lapras Lv.56 Prize- $5544 The first member of the Elite Four, Lorelei deals with Ice and Water type Pokemon. So you should have a powerful Electric or Fire Pokemon that can easily defeat them. I suggest having a Jolteon for this battle that is, if you evolved your Eevee into it. If not just use Zapdos. --------------------------- -------Bruno--------------- Trainer: Bruno Pokemon: Onix Lv.53 Hitmonchan Lv.55 Hitmonlee Lv.55 Onix Lv.56 Machamp Lv.58 Prize- $5742 I'm not sure how Bruno got into the Elite Four. He seems to be the easiest member to beat. The two Onix can easily be taken out with a Water type like Cloyster or a Grass type like Venusaur. His fighting types are even easier to take out. If you still have Zapdos from the first battle I would suggest his Drill Peck to totally annihilate Bruno. --------------------------- -------Agatha-------------- Trainer: Agatha Pokemon: Gengar Lv.56 Golbat Lv.56 Haunter Lv.55 Arbok Lv.58 Gengar Lv.60 Prize- $5940 Agatha can be pretty difficult to beat. Her ghosts are immune to physical attacks (which is why I lost the first time around), but with a Pokemon like Alakazam or Zapdos by your side, Agatha will go down pretty easily. Add to the fact that she doesn't fight very well, and you should have an easier time than I did the first time around. --------------------------- -------Lance--------------- Trainer: Lance Pokemon: Gyarados Lv.58 Dragonair Lv.56 Dragonair Lv.56 Aerodactyl Lv.60 Dragonite Lv.62 Prize- $6138 Lance, the Dragon trainer, supposedly have the strongest type of Pokemon in the game. However they aren't exactly the greatest Pokemon in the game. The dragons seem to be very weak to Ice attacks, so if you have a powerful Ice Pokemon on your team with a move like Ice Beam or Blizzard this battle should give you no trouble. Aerodactyl and Gyarados can be beaten with very little effort. --------------------------- If you finally manage to beat all four you will have one more challenge ahead of you, before you become the greatest Pokemon trainer in the world. Gary will be your final challenge. His team will vary depending on what Pokemon he has chosen for himself. -------Gary---------------- Trainer: Gary Pokemon: Set 1 Set 2 Set 3 Sandslash Lv.61 Sandslash Lv.61 Sandslash Lv.61 Alakazam Lv.59 Alakazam Lv.59 Alakazam Lv.59 Exeggutor Lv.61 Exeggutor Lv.61 Exeggutor Lv.61 Cloyster Lv.61 Magneton Lv.61 Ninetales Lv.61 Ninetales Lv.63 Cloyster Lv.63 Magneton Lv.63 Jolteon Lv.65 Flareon Lv.65 Vaporeon Lv.65 Prize- $6435 Gary is probably the hardest trainer you've faced in the entire game. And with good reason, his team is pretty damned balance, and you will need a balanced team yourself to defeat him. The team I suggest above is a pretty good balance, and should let you defeat Gary with very little problems. Also you may have noticed Gary's different lineup. Well it all depends on your action at the beginning of the game. (Check out the Yellow section for the full details.) Anyways you should know which form his Eevee is, giving you a slight advantage over him since you know what his Pokemon will be. --------------------------- Now that you've defeated Gary, pat yourself on the back. You have just become a Pokemon champion. And now one more journey stands between you and becoming a true champion, the Unknown Dungeon. %%%Unknown Dungeon%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% Pokemon found in the Unknown Dungeon: # 28 Sandslash # 42 Golbat # 44 Gloom # 47 Parasect # 49 Venomoth # 70 Weepinbell # 75 Graveler # 108 Lickitung # 111 Rhyhorn # 112 Rhydon # 113 Chansey # 132 Ditto # 150 Mewtwo Treasures found in the Unknown Dungeon: Full Restore Max Ether x2 Max Revive x3 Rare Candy x2 Ultra Ball x4 Once the credits finish, you will end up back in Pallet Town. About the only thing that has changed is that on the computer you can now see what team you used to beat the Elite Four and Gary. Something else has also happened though. Head back to Cerulean City. Then head to Route 24. Use Surf near the water and follow the water until you find a cave. Enter the cave. *Note that if you did not beat the Elite Four and Gary you will not be able to enter the cave. In this cave live some of the strongest Pokemon you have ever seen. But if you managed to make it to the very bottom of the cave you will meet Mewtwo. He is the strongest Pokemon that has ever lived. If you still have the Master Ball use it on him. If you do not you are going to have a tough time defeating him. To catch him just use the same strategies you used against the birds and you should catch him in no time. Congrats, you've just conquered the game. Now all you have to do is either fill your Pokedex or wait for the sequel. ****************************************** IV. Pikachu & the Yellow Version ****************************************** Well if you notice there are quite a few things different in the Yellow version. That is because Yellow is loosely based on the Anime show Pokemon. They include things such as: - Different title intro. - You now start off with Pikachu and follow you around. - Many new and improved pictures for Pokemon and trainers. - You now see Jessie and James from the Anime. - Other characters include Gizelle from the Tech School - And AJ who had the 100 win streak - You can get Bulbasaur, Charmander, Squirtle in Yellow. - Codes & glitches don't seem to work in Yellow. (or they are different) - Pokemon learn different TMs and HMs. - Pokemon learn skills at different levels. And quite a few more. Plus Pikachu has been upgraded in this game. He is one of your more powerful Pokemon. He follows you around instead of staying in his Poke Ball. If you talk to him you can see his current facial expression (sad, happy, etc.) To make him happy (which you will need to do to get Bulbasaur and do various other things) is by putting him first in battle, not letting him die, not trying to evolve, trade, putting him in the computer. Also you can evolve Pikachu, the way to do this is to first trade him to someone else's Red and Blue game, than evolve him in their game. Now trade the now evolved Pikachu back to your game, and you will have a Raichu. (Note- if you do this you will not be able to play the mini-surfing game with Pikachu, nor will you be able to do other things that involve your Pikachu like getting Bulbasaur) Plus you may have heard that Pikachu can surf. Well that is true, but to get it you must win some tournament from Nintendo or use him in Pokemon Stadium and get Surf as a prize for him. The Surf ability is actually a mini-game, and as soon as I can get it I will have more info on it. Another difference you may have seen in the game is the added feature of Colosseum 2. If you've been to any of the Pokemon League training tours you will know what all these are about, if not basically there are 3 cups, Poke, Pika, and Petit Cup, each with special rules and stipulations. However you can only use this cup if you are fighting against someone with another Yellow cart. One of the major differences in Yellow is with your rival. He has an Eevee which evolves depending on two major events at the beginning of the game. He will evolve Eevee into: Jolteon- If you win the battle against him in Professor Oak's lab, and beat him on Route 22, near the Pokemon League. (This is done early in the game) Vaporeon- If you lose to him at Professor Oak's lab. Flareon- If you beat him at Oak's lab, but lose to him at Route 22. (It's considered a loss if you do not fight him there.) ****************************************** V. Pokedex ****************************************** # Name Type1/Type2 Ver Evolution # 01 Bulbasaur Grass/Poison B/R/Y None # 02 Ivysaur Grass/Poison B/R/Y Bulbasaur- Lv.16 # 03 Venusaur Grass/Poison B/R/Y Ivysaur- Lv.32 # 04 Charmander Fire B/R/Y None # 05 Charmeleon Fire B/R/Y Charmander- Lv.16 # 06 Charizard Fire B/R/Y Charmeleon- Lv.36 # 07 Squirtle Water B/R/Y None # 08 Wartortle Water B/R/Y Squirtle- Lv.16 # 09 Blastoise Water B/R/Y Wartortle- Lv.36 # 10 Caterpie Bug B/R/Y None # 11 Metapod Bug B/R/Y Caterpie- Lv.7 # 12 Butterfree Bug/Flying B/R/Y Metapod- Lv.10 # 13 Weedle Bug/Poison B/R None # 14 Kakuna Bug/Poison B/R Weedle-Lv.7 # 15 Beedrill Bug/Poison B/R Kakuna-Lv.10 # 16 Pidgey Normal/Flying B/R/Y None # 17 Pidgeotto Normal/Flying B/R/Y Pidgey- Lv.18 # 18 Pidgeot Normal/Flying B/R/Y Pidgeotto- Lv.36 # 19 Rattata Normal B/R/Y None # 20 Raticate Normal B/R/Y Rattata- Lv.20 # 21 Spearow Normal/Flying B/R/Y None # 22 Fearow Normal/Flying B/R/Y Spearow- Lv.20 # 23 Ekans Poison Red None # 24 Arbok Poison Red Ekans- Lv.22 # 25 Pikachu Electric B/R/Y None # 26 Raichu Electric B/R Pikachu- Thunder Stone # 27 Sandhrew Ground B/Y None # 28 Sandslash Ground B/Y Sandshrew- Lv.22 # 29 Nidoran (F) Poison B/R/Y None # 30 Nidorina Poison B/R/Y Nidoran (F)- Lv.16 # 31 Nidoqueen Poison/Ground B/R/Y Nidorina- Moon Stone # 32 Nidoran (M) Poison B/R/Y None # 33 Nidorino Poison B/R/Y Nidoran (M)- Lv.16 # 34 Nidoking Poison/Ground B/R/Y Nidorino- Moon Stone # 35 Clefairy Normal B/R/Y None # 36 Clefable Normal B/R/Y Clefairy- Moon Stone # 37 Vulpix Fire B/Y None # 38 Ninetales Fire B/Y Vulpix- Fire Stone # 39 Jigglypuff Normal B/R/Y None # 40 Wigglytuff Normal B/R/Y Jigglypuff- Moon Stone # 41 Zubat Poison/Flying B/R/Y None # 42 Golbat Poison/Flying B/R/Y Zubat- Lv.22 # 43 Oddish Grass/Poison R/Y None # 44 Gloom Grass/Poison R/Y Oddish- Lv.21 # 45 Vileplume Grass/Poison R/Y Gloom- Leaf Stone # 46 Paras Bug/Grass B/R/Y None # 47 Parasect Bug/Grass B/R/Y Paras- Lv.24 # 48 Venonat Bug/Poison B/R/Y None # 49 Venomoth Bug/Poison B/R/Y Venonat- Lv.31 # 50 Diglett Ground B/R/Y None # 51 Dugtrio Ground B/R/Y Diglett- Lv.26 # 52 Mewoth Normal Blue None # 53 Persian Normal Blue Mewoth- Lv.28 # 54 Psyduck Water B/R/Y None # 55 Golduck Water B/R/Y Psyduck- Lv.33 # 56 Mankey Fighting R/Y None # 57 Primeape Fighting R/Y Mankey- Lv.28 # 58 Growlithe Fire R/Y None # 59 Arcanine Fire R/Y Growlithe- Fire Stone # 60 Poliwag Water B/R/Y None # 61 Poliwhirl Water B/R/Y Poliwag- Lv.25 # 62 Poliwrath Water/Fighting B/R/Y Poliwhirl- Water Stone # 63 Abra Psychic B/R/Y None # 64 Kadabra Psychic B/R/Y Abra- Lv.16 # 65 Alakazam Psychic B/R/Y Kadabra- Traded # 66 Machop Fighting B/R/Y None # 67 Machoke Fighting B/R/Y Machop- Lv.28 # 68 Machamp Fighting B/R/Y Machoke- Trade # 69 Bellsprout Grass/Poison B/Y None # 70 Weepinbell Grass/Poison B/Y Bellsprout- Lv.21 # 71 Victreebel Grass/Poison B/Y Weepinbell- Leaf Stone # 72 Tentacool Water/Poison B/R/Y None # 73 Tentacruel Water/Poison B/R/Y Tentacool- Lv.30 # 74 Geodude Rock/Ground B/R/Y None # 75 Graveler Rock/Ground B/R/Y Geodude- Lv.25 # 76 Golem Rock/Ground B/R/Y Graveler- Trade # 77 Ponyta Fire B/R/Y None # 78 Rapidash Fire B/R/Y Ponyta- Lv.40 # 79 Slowpoke Water/Psychic B/R/Y None # 80 Slowbro Water/Psychic B/R/Y Slowbro- Lv.37 # 81 Magnemite Electric B/R/Y None # 82 Magneton Electric B/R/Y Magnemite- Lv.30 # 83 Farfetch'd Normal/Flying B/R/Y None # 84 Doduo Normal/Flying B/R/Y None # 85 Dodrio Normal/Flying B/R/Y Doduo- Lv.31 # 86 Seel Water B/R/Y None # 87 Dewgong Water B/R/Y Seel- Lv.34 # 88 Grimer Poison B/R/Y None # 89 Muk Poison B/R/Y Grimer- Lv.38 # 90 Shellder Water B/R/Y None # 91 Cloyster Water B/R/Y Shellder- Water Stone # 92 Gastly Ghost/Poison B/R/Y None # 93 Haunter Ghost/Poison B/R/Y Gastly- Lv.25 # 94 Gengar Ghost/Poison B/R/Y Haunter- Trade # 95 Onix Rock/Ground B/R/Y None # 96 Drowzee Psychic B/R/Y None # 97 Hypno Psychic B/R/Y Drowzee- Lv.26 # 98 Krabby Water B/R/Y None # 99 Kingler Water B/R/Y Krabby- Lv.28 # 100 Voltorb Electric B/R/Y None # 101 Electrode Electric B/R/Y Voltorb- Lv.30 # 102 Exeggcute Grass/Psychic B/R/Y None # 103 Exeggcutor Grass/Psychic B/R/Y Exeggcute- Leaf Stone # 104 Cubone Ground B/R/Y None # 105 Marowak Ground B/R/Y Cubone- Lv.28 # 106 Hitmonlee Fighting B/R/Y None # 107 Hitmonchan Fighting B/R/Y None # 108 Lickitung Normal B/R/Y None # 109 Koffing Poison B/R None # 110 Weezing Poison B/R Koffing- Lv.35 # 111 Rhyhorn Ground/Rock B/R/Y None # 112 Rhydon Ground/Rock B/R/Y Rhyhorn- Lv.42 # 113 Chansey Normal B/R/Y None # 114 Tangela Grass B/R/Y None # 115 Kangaskhan Normal B/R/Y None # 116 Horsea Water B/R/Y None # 117 Seadra Water B/R/Y Horsea- Lv.32 # 118 Goldeen Water B/R/Y None # 119 Seaking Water B/R/Y Goldeen- Lv.33 # 120 Staryu Water B/R/Y None # 121 Starmie Water/Psychic B/R/Y Staryu- Water Stone # 122 Mr. Mime Psychic B/R/Y None # 123 Scyther Bug/Flying R/Y None # 124 Jynx Ice/Psychic B/R None # 125 Electabuzz Electric Red None # 126 Magmar Fire Blue None # 127 Pinsir Bug B/Y None # 128 Tauros Normal B/R/Y None # 129 Magikarp Water B/R/Y None # 130 Gyarados Water/Flying B/R/Y Magikarp- Lv.20 # 131 Lapras Water/Ice B/R/Y None # 132 Ditto Normal B/R/Y None # 133 Eevee Normal B/R/Y None # 134 Vaporeon Water B/R/Y Eevee- Water Stone # 135 Jolteon Electric B/R/Y Eevee- Thunder Stone # 136 Flareon Fire B/R/Y Eevee- Fire Stone # 137 Porygon Normal B/R/Y None # 138 Omanyte Rock/Water B/R/Y None # 139 Omastar Rock/water B/R/Y Omanyte- Lv.40 # 140 Kabuto Rock/Water B/R/Y None # 141 Kabutops Rock/Water B/R/Y Kabuto- Lv.40 # 142 Aerodactyl Rock/Flying B/R/Y None # 143 Snorlax Normal B/R/Y None # 144 Articuno Ice/Flying B/R/Y None # 145 Zapados Electric/Flying B/R/Y None # 146 Moltres Fire/Flying B/R/Y None # 147 Dratini Dragon B/R/Y None # 148 Dragonair Dragon B/R/Y Dratini- Lv.30 # 149 Dragonite Dragon/Flying B/R/Y Dragonair- Lv.55 # 150 Mewtwo Psychic B/R/Y None # 151 Mew Psychic ????? None ****************************************** VI. Pokemon Skills ****************************************** Move Type PP Acc. Power Description ~~~~ ~~~~ ~~ ~~~~ ~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~ Absorb GRS 20 100 20 Steals HP from opp., gives it to you Acid PSN 30 100 40 Might lower opp.'s defense Acid Armor PSN 40 100 -- Greatly increases defense Agility PSY 30 100 -- Greatly increases speed Amnesia PSY 20 100 -- Greatly increases special Aurora Beam ICE 20 100 65 Might lower defense or freeze opp. Barrage NRM 20 85 15 Attacks 2-5 times in a row Barrier PSY 30 100 -- Greatly increases defense Bide NRM 10 100 -- Lose 2-3 turns, give 2x damage recieved Bind NRM 20 75 15 Attacks 2-5 times, opp. can't move Bite NRM 25 100 60 Might scare opp. Blizzard ICE 5 90 120 Better chance of freezing opp. Body Slam NRM 15 100 85 Better chance of paralyzing opp. Bone Club GRD 20 85 65 Might scare opp. Bonemerang GRD 10 90 50 Attacks twice in a row Bubble WTR 30 100 20 Might lower speed Bubblebeam WTR 20 100 65 Might lower speed Clamp WTR 10 75 35 Attacks 2-5 times, opp. can't move Comet Punch NRM 15 85 20 Attacks 2-5 times in a row Confuse Ray GST 10 100 -- Confuses opp. Confusion PSY 25 100 50 Might confuse opp. Constrict NRM 35 100 10 Might lower speed Conversion NRM 30 100 -- Changes your type to opp.'s Counter FTG 20 100 -- Gives 2x damage recieved last turn Crabhammer WTR 10 85 90 Almost always causes a critical hit Cut NRM 30 95 50 Normal attack Defense Curl NRM 40 100 -- Increases defense Dig GRD 10 100 60 Digs a hole 1st turn, attacks on 2nd Disable NRM 20 75 -- Disables one of opp.'s attacks Dizzy Punch NRM 10 100 70 Normal attack Double-Edge NRM 15 100 100 Recoil of 1/4 Double Kick FTG 30 100 30 Attacks twice in a row Doubleslap NRM 10 85 15 Attacks 2-5 times in a row Double Team NRM 15 100 -- Increases evade Dragon Rage DRG 10 100 -- Always deals 40 HP damage Dream Eater PSY 15 100 100 Absorbs opp.'s HP (opp. must be sleeping) Drill Peck FLY 20 100 80 Normal attack Earthquake GRD 10 100 100 Normal attack Egg Bomb NRM 10 75 100 Normal attack Ember FIR 25 100 45 Might burn opp. Explosion NRM 5 100 -- You faint, defeat opp. in one hit Fire Blast FIR 5 85 120 Better chance of burning opp. Fire Punch FIR 15 100 75 Might burn opp. Fire Spin FIR 15 75 20 Attacks 2-5 times, opp. can't move Fissure GRD 5 30 -- Automatically defeats opp. Flamethrower FIR 15 100 100 Might burn opp. Flash NRM 20 75 -- Lowers opp.'s accuracy Fly FLY 15 95 70 Flies into air 1st turn, attacks on 2nd Focus Energy NRM 30 100 -- Increases chances for critical hits Fury Attack NRM 20 85 15 Attacks 2-5 times in a row Fury Swipes NRM 15 80 20 Attacks 2-5 times in a row Glare NRM 30 75 -- Paralyzes opp. Growl NRM 40 100 -- Lowers opp.'s attack Growth NRM 40 100 -- Increases special Guillotine NRM 5 30 -- Automatically defeats opp. Gust NRM 35 100 40 Normal attack Harden NRM 30 100 -- Increases defense Haze ICE 30 100 -- Removes all attack support effects Headbutt NRM 15 100 70 Better chance of scaring opp. Hi Jump Kick FTG 20 75 85 If attack misses, recoil of 1/8 Horn Attack NRM 25 100 65 Normal attack Horn Drill NRM 5 30 -- Automatically defeats opp. Hydro Pump WTR 5 80 120 Normal attack Hyper Beam NRM 5 90 150 Lose turn after attack Hyper Fang NRM 10 90 -- Reduces opp.'s HP by half Hypnosis PSY 20 75 -- Puts opp. to sleep Ice Beam ICE 10 100 95 Might freeze opp. Ice Punch ICE 15 100 75 Might freeze opp. Jump Kick FTG 25 85 70 If attack misses, recoil of 1/8 Karate Chop NRM 25 100 50 Almost always causes a critical hit Kinesis PSY 15 80 -- Decreases opp.'s accuracy Leech Life BUG 15 100 20 Steals HP from opp., gives it to you Leech Seed GRS 10 90 -- Every turn, opp.'s HP are absorbed Leer NRM 30 100 -- Lowers opp.'s defense Lick GST 30 100 20 Better chance of paralyzing opp. Light Screen PSY 30 100 -- Halves damage from special attacks Lovely Kiss NRM 10 75 -- Puts opp. to sleep Low Kick FTG 20 90 50 Better chance of scaring opp. Meditate PSY 40 100 -- Increases attack Mega Drain GRS 10 100 40 Steals HP from opp., gives it to you Mega Kick NRM 5 75 120 Normal attack Mega Punch NRM 5 85 80 Normal attack Metronome NRM 10 100 -- Produces random attacks Mimic NRM 10 100 -- Allows you to copy one of opp.'s moves Minimize NRM 20 100 -- Increases evade Mirror Move FLY 20 100 -- Copies opp.'s last attack Mist ICE 30 100 -- Stat-altering moves don't affect you Night Shade GST 15 100 -- Deals damage equal to your level Pay Day NRM 20 100 40 Gives you cash equal to 2x your level Peck FLY 35 100 35 Normal attack Petal Dance GRS 20 100 70 Attack 2-4 times, then become confused Pin Missile BUG 20 85 15 Attacks 2-5 times in a row Poison Gas PSN 40 55 -- Poisons opp. Poison Sting PSN 35 100 15 Might poison opp. Poisonpowder PSN 35 75 -- Poisons opp. Pound NRM 35 100 40 Normal attack Psybeam PSY 20 100 65 Might confuse opp. Psychic PSY 10 100 90 Might lower special Psywave PSY 15 80 -- Deals damage equal to 1.5x your level Quick Attack NRM 30 100 40 Attacks first no matter what Rage NRM 20 100 20 Attack rises as you take damage Razor Leaf GRS 25 95 55 Almost always causes a critical hit Razor Wind NRM 10 75 80 Stores energy 1st turn, attacks on 2nd Recover NRM 20 100 -- Recovers half of max HP Reflect PSY 20 100 -- Reduces damage taken by half Rest PSY 10 100 -- Recover all HP but lose 2 turns Roar NRM 20 100 -- Automatically ends battle Rock Slide RCK 10 90 75 Normal attack Rock Throw RCK 15 35 50 Normal attack Rolling Kick FTG 15 85 60 Better chance of scaring opp. Sand Attack NRM 15 100 -- Decreases accuracy Scratch NRM 30 100 40 Normal attack Screech NRM 40 85 -- Greatly decreases defense Seismic Toss FTG 20 100 -- Deals damage equal to your level Self Destruct NRM 5 100 200 Deals a lot of damage, but you faint Sharpen NRM 30 100 -- Increases attack Sing NRM 15 75 -- Puts opp. to sleep Skull Bash NRM 15 100 100 Stores energy 1st turn, attacks on 2nd Sky Attack FLY 5 90 140 Stores energy 1st turn, attacks on 2nd Slam NRM 20 75 80 Normal attack Slash NRM 20 100 70 Almost always causes a critical hit Sleep Powder GRS 15 85 -- Puts opp. to sleep Sludge PSN 20 100 65 Great chance of poisoning opp. Smog PSN 20 70 20 Does damage and poisons opp. Smokescreen NRM 20 100 -- Decreases accuracy Softboiled NRM 10 100 -- Recover 1/2 max HP Solarbeam GRS 20 100 120 Stores energy 1st turn, attacks on 2nd Sonic Boom NRM 20 90 -- Always deals 40 HP damage Spike Cannon NRM 15 100 20 Attacks 2-5 times in a row Splash NRM 40 100 -- Does absolutely nothing Spore GRS 15 100 -- Puts opp. to sleep Stomp NRM 20 100 65 Better chance of scaring opp. Strength NRM 15 100 80 Normal attack String Shot BUG 40 95 -- Decreases speed Struggle NRM -- 100 50 Used if all PP is gone, recoil of 1/4 Stun Spore GRS 30 75 -- Paralyzes opp. Submission FTG 25 85 80 Recoil of 1/4 Substitute NRM 10 100 -- Create clone, clone takes damage Super Fang NRM 10 90 -- Reduces opp.'s HP by half Supersonic NRM 20 55 -- Confuses opp. Surf WTR 15 100 95 Normal attack Swift NRM 20 100 60 Hits 100% of the time Swords Dance NRM 30 100 -- Greatly increases attack Tackle NRM 35 95 35 Normal attack Tail Whip NRM 30 100 -- Decreases defense Take Down NRM 20 85 90 Recoil of 1/4 Teleport PSY 20 95 -- Automatically ends battle Thrash NRM 20 100 90 Attack 2-4 times, then become confused Thunder ELC 10 75 120 Might paralyze opp. Thunder Wave ELC 20 100 -- Paralyzes opp. Thunderbolt ELC 15 100 95 Excellent chance at parayzing opp. Thunder Punch ELC 15 100 75 Might paralyze opp. Thundershock ELC 30 100 40 Might paralyze opp. Toxic PSN 10 90 -- Badly poisons opp. Transform NRM 10 100 -- You turn into your opp. Tri Attack NRM 10 100 80 Normal attack Twineedle BUG 20 100 25 Attacks twice, might poison opp. Vice Grip NRM 30 100 55 Normal attack Vine Whip GRS 10 100 35 Normal attack Water Gun WTR 25 100 40 Normal attack Waterfall WTR 15 100 80 Normal attack Whirlwind NRM 20 95 -- Automatically ends battle Wing Attack FLY 35 100 60 Normal attack Withdraw WTR 40 100 -- Increases defense Wrap NRM 20 85 5 Attacks 2-5 times in a row Name Skill ===================================================== |#01 Bulbasaur|#02 Ivysaur|#03 Venusaur| | |Lv.- |Lv.- |Lv.- |Tackle | |Lv.- |Lv.- |Lv.- |Growl | |Lv.- |Lv.- |Lv.- |Leech Seed | |Lv.13 |Lv.- |Lv.- |Vine Whip | |Lv.20 |Lv.22 |Lv.- |Poisonpowder| |Lv.27 |Lv.30 |Lv.- |Razor Leaf | |Lv.34 |Lv.38 |Lv.43 |Growth | |Lv.41 |Lv.46 |Lv.55 |Sleep Powder| |Lv.48 |Lv.54 |Lv.65 |Solar Beam | ===================================================== ========================================================== |#04 Charmander|#05 Charmeleon|#06 Charizard| | |Lv.- |Lv.- |Lv.- |Scratch | |Lv.- |Lv.- |Lv.- |Growl | |Lv.- |Lv.- |Lv.- |Ember | |Lv.15 |Lv.- |Lv.- |Leer | |Lv.22 |Lv.24 |Lv.- |Rage | |Lv.30 |Lv.33 |Lv.- |Slash | |Lv.38 |Lv.42 |Lv.46 |Flamethrower| |Lv.46 |Lv.56 |Lv.55 |Fire Spin | ========================================================== ====================================================== |#07 Squirtle|# 08 Wartortle|#09 Blastoise| | |Lv.- |Lv.- |Lv.- |Tackle | |Lv.- |Lv.- |Lv.- |Tail Whip | |Lv.- |Lv.- |Lv.- |Bubble | |Lv.15 |Lv.- |Lv.- |Water Gun | |Lv.22 |Lv.24 |Lv.- |Bite | |Lv.28 |Lv.31 |Lv.- |Withdraw | |Lv.35 |Lv.39 |Lv.42 |Skull Bash| |Lv.42 |Lv.47 |Lv.52 |Hydro Pump| ====================================================== ====================================================== |#10 Caterpie|#11 Metapod|#12 Butterfree| | |Lv.- |Lv.- |Lv.- |Tackle | |Lv.- |Lv.- |Lv.- |String Shot | |Lv.- |Lv.7 |Lv.- |Harden | |Lv.- |Lv.- |Lv.10 |Confusion | |Lv.- |Lv.- |Lv.13 |Poisonpowder| |Lv.- |Lv.- |Lv.14 |Stun Spore | |Lv.- |Lv.- |Lv.15 |Sleep Powder| |Lv.- |Lv.- |Lv.18 |Supersonic | |Lv.- |Lv.- |Lv.23 |Whirlwind | |Lv.- |Lv.- |Lv.28 |Gust | |Lv.- |Lv.- |Lv.34 |Psybeam | ====================================================== ================================================= |#13 Weedle|#14 Kakuna|#15 Beedrill| | |Lv.- |Lv.- |Lv.- |Poison Sting| |Lv.- |Lv.- |Lv.- |String Shot | |Lv.- |Lv.7 |Lv.- |Harden | |Lv.- |Lv.- |Lv.12 |Fury Attack | |Lv.- |Lv.- |Lv.16 |Focus Energy| |Lv.- |Lv.- |Lv.20 |Twin Needle | |Lv.- |Lv.- |Lv.25 |Rage | |Lv.- |Lv.- |Lv.30 |Pin Missile | |Lv.- |Lv.- |Lv.35 |Agility | ================================================= =================================================== |#16 Pidgey|#17 Pidgeotto|#18 Pidgeot| | |Lv.- |Lv.- |Lv.- |Gust | |Lv.5 |Lv.- |Lv.- |Sand-Attack | |Lv.12 |Lv.- |Lv.- |Quick Attack| |Lv.19 |Lv.21 |Lv.- |Whirlwind | |Lv.28 |Lv.31 |Lv.- |Wing Attack | |Lv.36 |Lv.40 |Lv.44 |Agility | |Lv.44 |Lv.49 |Lv.54 |Mirror Move | =================================================== ======================================= |#19 Rattata|#20 Raticate| | |Lv.- |Lv.- |Tackle | |Lv.- |Lv.- |Tail Whip | |Lv.7 |Lv.- |Quick Attack| |Lv.14 |Lv.- |Hyper Fang | |Lv.23 |Lv.27 |Focus Energy| |Lv.34 |Lv.41 |Super Fang | ======================================= ==================================== |#21 Spearow|#22 Fearow| | |Lv.- |Lv.- |Peck | |Lv.- |Lv.- |Growl | |Lv.9 |Lv.- |Leer | |Lv.15 |Lv.- |Fury Attack| |Lv.22 |Lv.25 |Mirror Move| |Lv.29 |Lv.34 |Drill Peck | |Lv.36 |Lv.43 |Agility | ==================================== ================================== |#23 Ekans|#24 Arbok| | |Lv.- |Lv.- |Wrap | |Lv.- |Lv.- |Leer | |Lv.10 |Lv.- |Poison Sting| |Lv.17 |Lv.- |Bite | |Lv.24 |Lv.27 |Glare | |Lv.31 |Lv.36 |Screech | |Lv.38 |Lv.47 |Acid | ================================== ===================================== |#25 Pikachu|#26 Raichu| | |Lv.- |Lv.- |Thundershock| |Lv.- |Lv.- |Growl | |Lv.6 |Lv.- |Tail Whip | |Lv.8 |Lv.- |Thunder Wave| |Lv.11 |Lv.- |Quick Attack| |Lv.15 |Lv.- |Double Team | |Lv.20 |Lv.- |Slam | |Lv.26 |Lv.- |Thunderbolt | |Lv.33 |Lv.- |Agility | |Lv.41 |Lv.- |Thunder | |Lv.50 |Lv.- |Light Screen| ===================================== ========================================== |#27 Sandshrew|#28 Sandslash| | |Lv.- |Lv.- |Scratch | |Lv.10 |Lv.- |Sand-Attack | |Lv.17 |Lv.- |Slash | |Lv.24 |Lv.27 |Poison Sting| |Lv.31 |Lv.36 |Swift | |Lv.38 |Lv.47 |Fury Swipes | ========================================== ========================================================= |#29 Nidoran (F)|#30 Nidorina|#31 Nidoqueen| | |Lv.- |Lv.- |Lv.- |Growl | |Lv.- |Lv.- |Lv.- |Tackle | |Lv.8 |Lv.- |Lv.- |Scratch | |Lv.12 |Lv.- |Lv.- |Double Kick | |Lv.17 |Lv.19 |Lv.- |Poison Sting| |Lv.23 |Lv.27 |Lv.- |Tail Whip | |Lv.- |Lv.- |Lv.23 |Body Slam | |Lv.30 |Lv.36 |Lv.- |Bite | |Lv.38 |Lv.46 |Lv.- |Fury Swipes | ========================================================= ======================================================== |#32 Nidoran (M)|#33 Nidorino|#34 Nidoking| | |Lv.- |Lv.- |Lv.- |Leer | |Lv.- |Lv.- |Lv.- |Tackle | |Lv.8 |Lv.- |Lv.- |Horn Attack | |Lv.12 |Lv.- |Lv.- |Double Kick | |Lv.17 |Lv.19 |Lv.- |Poison Sting| |Lv.23 |Lv.27 |Lv.- |Focus Energy| |Lv.- |Lv.- |Lv.23 |Thrash | |Lv.30 |Lv.36 |Lv.- |Fury Attack | |Lv.38 |Lv.46 |Lv.- |Horn Drill | ======================================================== ======================================== |#35 Clefairy|#36 Clefable| | |Lv.- |Lv.- |Pound | |Lv.- |Lv.- |Growl | |Lv.13 |Lv.- |Sing | |Lv.18 |Lv.- |Double Slap | |Lv.24 |Lv.- |Minimize | |Lv.31 |Lv.- |Metronome | |Lv.39 |Lv.- |Defense Curl| |Lv.48 |Lv.- |Light Screen| ======================================== ======================================= |#37 Vulpiz|#38 Ninetales| | |Lv.- |Lv.- |Ember | |Lv.- |Lv.- |Tail Whip | |Lv.16 |Lv.- |Quick Attack| |Lv.21 |Lv.- |Roar | |Lv.28 |Lv.- |Confuse Ray | |Lv.35 |Lv.- |Flamethrower| |Lv.42 |Lv.- |Fire Spin | ======================================= ============================================ |#39 Jigglypuff|#40 Wigglytuff| | |Lv.- |Lv.- |Sing | |Lv.9 |Lv.- |Pound | |Lv.14 |Lv.- |Disable | |Lv.19 |Lv.- |Defense Curl| |Lv.24 |Lv.- |Double Slap | |Lv.29 |Lv.- |Rest | |Lv.34 |Lv.- |Body Slam | |Lv.39 |Lv.- |Double Edge | ============================================ ================================== |#41 Zubat|#42 Golbat| | |Lv.- |Lv.- |Leech Life | |Lv.10 |Lv.- |Supersonic | |Lv.15 |Lv.- |Bite | |Lv.21 |Lv.- |Confuse Ray| |Lv.28 |Lv.32 |Wing Attack| |Lv.36 |Lv.43 |Haze | ================================== ================================================== |#43 Oddish|#44 Gloom|#45 Vileplume| | |Lv.- |Lv.- |Lv.- |Absorb | |Lv.15 |Lv.- |Lv.- |Poison Powder| |Lv.17 |Lv.- |Lv.- |Stun Spore | |Lv.19 |Lv.- |Lv.- |Sleep Powder | |Lv.24 |Lv.28 |Lv.- |Acid | |Lv.33 |Lv.38 |Lv.- |Petal Dance | |Lv.46 |Lv.52 |Lv.- |Solar Beam | ================================================== =================================== |#46 Paras|#47 Parasect| | |Lv.- |Lv.- |Scratch | |Lv.13 |Lv.- |Stun Spore| |Lv.20 |Lv.- |Leech Life| |Lv.27 |Lv.30 |Spore | |Lv.34 |Lv.39 |Slash | |Lv.41 |Lv.48 |Growth | =================================== ======================================== |#48 Venonat|#49 Venomoth| | |Lv.- |Lv.- |Tackle | |Lv.- |Lv.- |Disable | |Lv.11 |Lv.- |Supersonic | |Lv.19 |Lv.- |Confusion | |Lv.22 |Lv.- |Poison Powder| |Lv.27 |Lv.- |Leech Life | |Lv.30 |Lv.- |Stun Spore | |Lv.35 |Lv.38 |Psybeam | |Lv.38 |Lv.43 |Sleep Powder | |Lv.43 |Lv.50 |Psychic | ======================================== ===================================== |#50 Diglett|#51 Dugtrio| | |Lv.- |Lv.- |Scratch | |Lv.- |Lv.- |Growl | |Lv.19 |Lv.- |Dig | |Lv.24 |Lv.- |Sand Attack| |Lv.31 |Lv.35 |Slash | |Lv.40 |Lv.47 |Earthquake | ===================================== ==================================== |#52 Meowth|#53 Persian| | |Lv.- |Lv.- |Scratch | |Lv.- |Lv.- |Growl | |Lv.12 |Lv.- |Bite | |Lv.17 |Lv.- |Pay Day | |Lv.24 |Lv.- |Screech | |Lv.33 |Lv.37 |Fury Swipes| |Lv.44 |Lv.51 |Slash | ==================================== ===================================== |#54 Psyduck|#55 Golduck| | |Lv.- |Lv.- |Scratch | |Lv.28 |Lv.- |Tail Whip | |Lv.31 |Lv.- |Disable | |Lv.36 |Lv.39 |Confusion | |Lv.43 |Lv.48 |Fury Swipes| |Lv.52 |Lv.59 |Hydro Pump | ===================================== ====================================== |#56 Mankey|#57 Primeape| | |Lv.- |Lv.- |Scratch | |Lv.- |Lv.- |Leer | |Lv.9 |Lv.- |Low Kick | |Lv.15 |Lv.- |Karate Chop | |Lv.21 |Lv.- |Fury Swipes | |Lv.27 |Lv.- |Focus Energy| |Lv.- |Lv.28 |Rage | |Lv.33 |Lv.37 |Seismic Toss| |Lv.39 |Lv.- |Thrash | |Lv.45 |Lv.45 |Screech | |Lv.- |Lv.46 |Thrash | ====================================== ========================================== |#58 Growlithe|#59 Arcanine| | |Lv.- |Lv.- |Bite | |Lv.- |Lv.- |Roar | |Lv.18 |Lv.- |Ember | |Lv.23 |Lv.- |Leer | |Lv.30 |Lv.- |Take Down | |Lv.39 |Lv.- |Agility | |Lv.50 |Lv.- |Flamethrowher| ========================================== ===================================================== |#60 Poliwag|#61 Poliwhirl|#62 Poliwrath| | |Lv.- |Lv.- |Lv.- |Bubble | |Lv.16 |Lv.- |Lv.- |Hypnosis | |Lv.19 |Lv.- |Lv.- |Water Gun | |Lv.25 |Lv.26 |Lv.- |Double Slap| |Lv.31 |Lv.33 |Lv.- |Body Slam | |Lv.38 |Lv.41 |Lv.- |Amnesia | |Lv.45 |Lv.49 |Lv.- |Hydro Pump | ===================================================== ============================================= |#63 Abra|#64 Kadabra|#65 Alakazam| | |Lv.- |Lv.- |Lv.- |Teleport | |Lv.- |Lv.16 |Lv.- |Confusion| |Lv.- |Lv.20 |Lv.- |Disable | |Lv.- |Lv.27 |Lv.27 |Psybeam | |Lv.- |Lv.31 |Lv.31 |Recover | |Lv.- |Lv.38 |Lv.38 |Psychic | |Lv.- |Lv.42 |Lv.42 |Reflect | ============================================= ================================================= |#66 Machop|#67 Machoke|#68 Machamp| | |Lv.- |Lv.- |Lv.- |Karate Chop | |Lv.20 |Lv.- |Lv.- |Low Kick | |Lv.25 |Lv.- |Lv.- |Leer | |Lv.32 |Lv.36 |Lv.36 |Focus Energy| |Lv.39 |Lv.44 |Lv.44 |Seismic Toss| |Lv.46 |Lv.52 |Lv.52 |Submission | ================================================= ============================================================ |#69 Bellsprout|#70 Weepinbell|#71 Victreebel| | |Lv.- |Lv.- |Lv.- |Vine Whip | |Lv.- |Lv.- |Lv.- |Growth | |Lv.13 |Lv.- |Lv.- |Wrap | |Lv.15 |Lv.- |Lv.- |Poison Powder| |Lv.18 |Lv.- |Lv.- |Sleep Powder | |Lv.21 |Lv.23 |Lv.- |Stun Spore | |Lv.26 |Lv.29 |Lv.- |Acid | |Lv.33 |Lv.38 |Lv.- |Razor Leaf | |Lv.42 |Lv.49 |Lv.- |Slam | ============================================================ =========================================== |#72 Tentacool|#73 Tentacruel| | |Lv.- |Lv.- |Acid | |Lv.7 |Lv. |Supersonic | |Lv.13 |Lv.- |Wrap | |Lv.18 |Lv.- |Poison Sting| |Lv.22 |Lv.- |Water Gun | |Lv.27 |Lv.- |Constrict | |Lv.33 |Lv.35 |Barrier | |Lv.40 |Lv.43 |Screech | |Lv.48 |Lv.50 |Hydro Pump | =========================================== ================================================== |#74 Geodude|#75 Graveler|#76 Golem| | |Lv.- |Lv.- |Lv.- |Tackle | |Lv.11 |Lv.- |Lv.- |Defense Curl | |Lv.16 |Lv.- |Lv.- |Rock Throw | |Lv.21 |Lv.- |Lv.- |Self Destruct| |Lv.26 |Lv.29 |Lv.29 |Harden | |Lv.31 |Lv.36 |Lv.36 |Earthquake | |Lv.36 |Lv.43 |Lv.43 |Explosion | ================================================== =================================== |#77 Ponyta|#78 Rapidash| | |Lv.- |Lv.- |Ember | |Lv.30 |Lv.- |Tail Whip| |Lv.32 |Lv.- |Stomp | |Lv.35 |Lv.- |Growl | |Lv.39 |Lv.- |Fire Spin| |Lv.43 |Lv.47 |Take Down| |Lv.48 |Lv.55 |Agility | =================================== ==================================== |#79 Slowpoke|#80 Slowbro| | |Lv.- |Lv.- |Confusion| |Lv.18 |Lv.- |Disable | |Lv.22 |Lv.- |Headbutt | |Lv.27 |Lv.- |Growl | |Lv.33 |Lv.- |Water Gun| |Lv.- |Lv.37 |Withdraw | |Lv.40 |Lv.44 |Amnesia | |Lv.48 |Lv.55 |Psychic | ==================================== ========================================= |#81 Magnemite|#82 Magneton| | |Lv.- |Lv.- |Tackle | |Lv.21 |Lv.- |Sonicboom | |Lv.25 |Lv.- |Thundershock| |Lv.29 |Lv.- |Supersonic | |Lv.35 |Lv.38 |Thunder Wave| |Lv.41 |Lv.46 |Swift | |Lv.47 |Lv.54 |Screech | ========================================= ============================== |#83 Farfetch 'd| | |Lv.- |Peck | |Lv.- |Sand-Attack | |Lv.7 |Leer | |Lv.15 |Fury Attack | |Lv.23 |Swords Dance| |Lv.31 |Agility | |Lv.39 |Slash | ============================== ================================== |#84 Doduo|#85 Dodrio| | |Lv.- |Lv.- |Peck | |Lv.20 |Lv.- |Growl | |Lv.24 |Lv.- |Fury Attack| |Lv.30 |Lv.- |Drill Peck | |Lv.36 |Lv.39 |Rage | |Lv.40 |Lv.45 |Tri Attack | |Lv.44 |Lv.51 |Agility | ================================== ================================== |#86 Seel|#87 Dewgong| | |Lv.- |Lv.- |Head Butt | |Lv.30 |Lv.- |Growl | |Lv.35 |Lv.35 |Aurora Beam| |Lv.40 |Lv.44 |Rest | |Lv.45 |Lv.50 |Take Down | |Lv.50 |Lv.56 |Ice Beam | ================================== =============================== |#88 Grimer|#89 Muk| | |Lv.- |Lv.- |Pound | |Lv.- |Lv.- |Disable | |Lv.30 |Lv.- |Poison Gas| |Lv.33 |Lv.- |Minimize | |Lv.37 |Lv.- |Sludge | |Lv.42 |Lv.45 |Harden | |Lv.48 |Lv.53 |Screech | |Lv.55 |Lv.60 |Acid Armor| =============================== ======================================== |#90 Shellder|#91 Cloyster| | |Lv.- |Lv.- |Tackle | |Lv.- |Lv.- |Withdraw | |Lv.18 |Lv.- |Supersonic | |Lv.23 |Lv.- |Clamp | |Lv.30 |Lv.- |Aurora Beam | |Lv.39 |Lv.- |Leer | |Lv.50 |Lv.- |Ice Beam | |Lv.- |Lv.50 |Spike Cannon| ======================================== =============================================== |#92 Gastly|#93 Haunter|#94 Gengar| | |Lv.- |Lv.- |Lv.- |Lick | |Lv.- |Lv.- |Lv.- |Confuse Ray| |Lv.- |Lv.- |Lv.- |Night Shade| |Lv.27 |Lv.29 |Lv.29 |Hypnosis | |Lv.35 |Lv.38 |Lv.38 |Dream Eater| =============================================== ===================== |#95 Onix| | |Lv.- |Tackle | |Lv.- |Screech | |Lv.15 |Bind | |Lv.19 |Rock Throw| |Lv.25 |Rage | |Lv.33 |Slam | |Lv.43 |Harden | ===================== ================================== |#96 Drowzee|#97 Hypno| | |Lv.- |Lv.- |Pound | |Lv.- |Lv.- |Hypnosis | |Lv.12 |Lv.- |Disable | |Lv.17 |Lv.- |Confusion | |Lv.24 |Lv.- |Headbutt | |Lv.29 |Lv.33 |Poison Gas| |Lv.32 |Lv.37 |Psychic | |Lv.37 |Lv.43 |Meditate | ================================== =================================== |#98 Krabby|#99 Kingler| | |Lv.- |Lv.- |Bubble | |Lv.- |Lv.- |Leer | |Lv.20 |Lv.- |Vice Grip | |Lv.25 |Lv.- |Guillotine| |Lv.30 |Lv.34 |Stomp | |Lv.35 |Lv.42 |Crabhammer| |Lv.40 |Lv.49 |Harden | =================================== ========================================== |#100 Voltorb|#101 Electrode| | |Lv.- |Lv.- |Tackle | |Lv.- |Lv.- |Screech | |Lv.17 |Lv.- |Sonic Boom | |Lv.22 |Lv.- |Selfdestruct| |Lv.29 |Lv.- |Light Screen| |Lv.36 |Lv.40 |Swift | |Lv.43 |Lv.50 |Explosion | ========================================== ============================================ |#102 Exeggcute|#103 Exeggutor| | |Lv.- |Lv.- |Barrage | |Lv.- |Lv.- |Hypnosis | |Lv.25 |Lv.- |Reflect | |Lv.28 |Lv.- |Leech Seed | |Lv.- |Lv.28 |Stomp | |Lv.32 |Lv.- |Stun Spore | |Lv.37 |Lv.- |Poisonpowder| |Lv.42 |Lv.- |Solarbeam | |Lv.48 |Lv.- |Sleep Powder| ============================================ ======================================= |#104 Cubone|#105 Marowak| | |Lv.- |Lv.- |Growl | |Lv.10 |Lv.- |Bone Club | |Lv.13 |Lv.- |Tail Whip | |Lv.16 |Lv.- |Head Butt | |Lv.25 |Lv.- |Leer | |Lv.31 |Lv.33 |Focus Energy| |Lv.38 |Lv.41 |Thrash | |Lv.43 |Lv.48 |Bonemerang | |Lv.46 |Lv.55 |Rage | ======================================= ============================= |#106 Hitmonlee| | |Lv.- |Double Kick | |Lv.- |Meditate | |Lv.33 |Rolling Kick| |Lv.38 |Jump Kick | |Lv.43 |Focus Energy| |Lv.48 |Hi Jump Kick| |Lv.53 |Mega Kick | ============================= ============================== |#107 Hitmonchan| | |Lv.- |Comet Punch | |Lv.- |Agility | |Lv.33 |Fire Punch | |Lv.38 |Ice Punch | |Lv.43 |Thunderpunch| |Lv.48 |Mega Punch | |Lv.53 |Counter | ============================== ============================= |#108 Lickitung| | |Lv.- |Wrap | |Lv.- |Supersonic | |Lv.7 |Stomp | |Lv.15 |Disable | |Lv.23 |Defense Curl| |Lv.31 |Slam | |Lv.39 |Screech | ============================= ======================================== |#109 Koffing|#110 Weezing| | |Lv.- |Lv.- |Tackle | |Lv.- |Lv.- |Smog | |Lv.32 |Lv.- |Sludge | |Lv.37 |Lv.39 |Smokescreen | |Lv.40 |Lv.43 |Selfdestruct| |Lv.45 |Lv.49 |Haze | |Lv.48 |Lv.53 |Explosion | ======================================== ====================================== |#111 Rhyhorn|#112 Rhydon| | |Lv.- |Lv.- |Horn Attack| |Lv.30 |Lv.- |Stomp | |Lv.35 |Lv.- |Tail Whip | |Lv.40 |Lv.- |Fury Attack| |Lv.45 |Lv.48 |Horn Drill | |Lv.50 |Lv.55 |Leer | |Lv.55 |Lv.64 |Take Down | ====================================== =========================== |#113 Chansey| | |Lv.- |Pound | |Lv.- |Tail Whip | |Lv.12 |Doubleslap | |Lv.24 |Sing | |Lv.30 |Growl | |Lv.38 |Minimize | |Lv.44 |Defense Curl| |Lv.48 |Light Screen| |Lv.54 |Double-Edge | =========================== =========================== |#114 Tangela| | |Lv.- |Constrict | |Lv.24 |Bind | |Lv.27 |Absorb | |Lv.29 |Vine Whip | |Lv.32 |Poisonpowder| |Lv.36 |Stun Spore | |Lv.39 |Sleep Powder| |Lv.45 |Slam | |Lv.48 |Growth | =========================== ============================= |#115 Kangaskhan| | |Lv.- |Comet Punch| |Lv.- |Rage | |Lv.26 |Bite | |Lv.31 |Tail Whip | |Lv.36 |Mega Punch | |Lv.41 |Leer | |Lv.46 |Dizzy Punch| ============================= ===================================== |#116 Horsea|#117 Seadra| | |Lv.- |Lv.- |Bubble | |Lv.19 |Lv.- |Smokescreen| |Lv.24 |Lv.- |Leer | |Lv.30 |Lv.- |Water Gun | |Lv.37 |Lv.41 |Agility | |Lv.45 |Lv.52 |Hydro Pump | ===================================== ======================================= |#118 Goldeen|#119 Seaking| | |Lv.- |Lv.- |Peck | |Lv.- |Lv.- |Tail Whip | |Lv.19 |Lv.- |Supersonic | |Lv.24 |Lv.- |Horn Attack| |Lv.30 |Lv.- |Fury Attack| |Lv.37 |Lv.39 |Waterfall | |Lv.45 |Lv.48 |Horn Drill | |Lv.54 |Lv.54 |Agility | ======================================= ======================================= |#120 Staryu|#121 Starmie| | |Lv.- |Lv.- |Tackle | |Lv.17 |Lv.- |Water Gun | |Lv.22 |Lv.- |Harden | |Lv.27 |Lv.- |Recover | |Lv.32 |Lv.- |Swift | |Lv.37 |Lv.- |Minimize | |Lv.42 |Lv.- |Light Screen| |Lv.47 |Lv.- |Hydro Pump | ======================================= ============================ |#122 Mr. Mime| | |Lv.- |Barrier | |Lv.15 |Confusion | |Lv.23 |Light Screen| |Lv.31 |Doubleslap | |Lv.39 |Meditate | |Lv.47 |Substitute | ============================ =========================== |#123 Scyther| | |Lv.- |Quick Attack| |Lv.17 |Leer | |Lv.20 |Focus Energy| |Lv.24 |Double Team | |Lv.29 |Slash | |Lv.35 |Swords Dance| |Lv.42 |Agility | |Lv.50 |Wing Attack | =========================== ======================= |#124 Jynx| | |Lv.- |Pound | |Lv.- |Lovely Kiss| |Lv.18 |Lick | |Lv.23 |Doubleslap | |Lv.31 |Ice Punch | |Lv.39 |Body Slam | |Lv.47 |Thrash | |Lv.58 |Blizzard | ======================= ============================== |#125 Electabuzz| | |Lv.- |Quick Attack| |Lv.- |Leer | |Lv.34 |Thundershock| |Lv.37 |Screech | |Lv.42 |Thunderpunch| |Lv.49 |Light Screen| |Lv.54 |Thunder | ============================== ========================== |#126 Magmar| | |Lv.- |Ember | |Lv.36 |Leer | |Lv.39 |Confuse Ray | |Lv.43 |Fire Punch | |Lv.48 |Smokescreen | |Lv.52 |Smog | |Lv.55 |Flamethrower| ========================== ========================== |#127 Pinsir| | |Lv.- |Vicegrip | |Lv.21 |Bind | |Lv.25 |Seismic Toss| |Lv.30 |Guillotine | |Lv.36 |Focus Energy| |Lv.43 |Harden | |Lv.49 |Slash | |Lv.54 |Swords Dance| ========================== ======================= |#128 Tauros| | |Lv.- |Tackle | |Lv.21 |Stomp | |Lv.28 |Tail Whip| |Lv.35 |Leer | |Lv.44 |Rage | |Lv.51 |Take Down| ======================= ======================================== |#129 Magikarp|#130 Gyrados| | |Lv.- |Lv.- |Splash | |Lv.15 |Lv.- |Tackle | |Lv.- |Lv.20 |Bite | |Lv.- |Lv.25 |Dragon Rage| |Lv.- |Lv.32 |Leer | |Lv.- |Lv.41 |Hydro Pump | |Lv.- |Lv.52 |Hyper Beam | ======================================== ========================= |#131 Lapras| | |Lv.- |Water Gun | |Lv.- |Growl | |Lv.16 |Sing | |Lv.20 |Mist | |Lv.25 |Body Slam | |Lv.31 |Confuse Ray| |Lv.38 |Ice Beam | |Lv.46 |Hyrdo Pump | ========================= ====================== |#132 Ditto| | |Lv.- |Transform| ====================== ================================================================= |#133 Eevee|#134 Vaporeon|#135 Jolteon|#136 Flareon| | |Lv.- |Lv.- |Lv.- |Lv.- |Tackle | |Lv.- |Lv.- |Lv.- |Lv.- |Tail Whip | |Lv.8 |Lv.8 |Lv.8 |Lv.8 |Sand-Attack | |Lv.16 |Lv.- |Lv.- |Lv.- |Growl | |Lv.- |Lv.16 |Lv.- |Lv.- |Water Gun | |Lv.- |Lv.- |Lv.16 |Lv.- |Thundershock| |Lv.- |Lv.- |Lv.- |Lv.16 |Ember | |Lv.23 |Lv.23 |Lv.23 |Lv.23 |Quick Attack| |Lv.30 |Lv.30 |Lv.- |Lv.30 |Bite | |Lv.- |Lv.- |Lv.30 |Lv.- |Double Kick | |Lv.36 |Lv.- |Lv.- |Lv.- |Focus Energy| |Lv.- |Lv.36 |Lv.- |Lv.- |Aurora Beam | |Lv.- |Lv.- |Lv.36 |Lv.- |Pin Missile | |Lv.- |Lv.- |Lv.- |Lv.36 |Fire Spin | |Lv.- |Lv.37 |Lv.37 |Lv.37 |Tail Whip | |Lv.42 |Lv.- |Lv.- |Lv.- |Take Down | |Lv.- |Lv.42 |Lv.- |Lv.- |Haze | |Lv.- |Lv.- |Lv.42 |Lv.- |Thunderwave | |Lv.- |Lv.- |Lv.- |Lv.42 |Smog | |Lv.- |Lv.47 |Lv.- |Lv.- |Acid Armor | |Lv.- |Lv.- |Lv.47 |Lv.- |Agility | |Lv.- |Lv.- |Lv.- |Lv.47 |Leer | |Lv.- |Lv.52 |Lv.- |Lv.- |Hydro Pump | |Lv.- |Lv.- |Lv.52 |Lv.- |Thunder | |Lv.- |Lv.- |Lv.- |Lv.52 |Flamethrower| ================================================================= ========================= |#137 Porygon| | |Lv.- |Tackle | |Lv.- |Sharpen | |Lv.- |Conversion| |Lv.23 |Psybeam | |Lv.28 |Harden | |Lv.35 |Agility | |Lv.42 |Tri Attack| ========================= ======================================== |#138 Omanyte|#139 Omastar| | |Lv.- |Lv.- |Water Gun | |Lv.- |Lv.- |Withdraw | |Lv.34 |Lv.- |Horn Attack | |Lv.39 |Lv.- |Leer | |Lv.46 |Lv.44 |Spike Cannon| |Lv.53 |Lv.49 |Hydro Pump | ======================================== ====================================== |#140 Kabuto|#141 Kabutops| | |Lv.- |Lv.- |Scratch | |Lv.- |Lv.- |Harden | |Lv.34 |Lv.- |Absorb | |Lv.39 |Lv.- |Slash | |Lv.44 |Lv.46 |Leer | |Lv.49 |Lv.53 |Hydro Pump| ====================================== ============================= |#142 Aerodactyl| | |Lv.- |Wing Attack| |Lv.- |Agility | |Lv.33 |Supersonic | |Lv.38 |Bite | |Lv.45 |Take Down | |Lv.54 |Hyper Beam | ============================= ========================== |#143 Snorlax| | |Lv.- |Head Butt | |Lv.- |Amnesia | |Lv.- |Rest | |Lv.35 |Body Slam | |Lv.41 |Harden | |Lv.48 |Double-Edge| |Lv.56 |Hyper Beam | ========================== ======================== |#144 Articuno| | |Lv.- |Peck | |Lv.- |Ice Beam| |Lv.51 |Blizzard| |Lv.55 |Agility | |Lv.60 |Mist | ======================== ========================== |#145 Zapdos| | |Lv.- |Thundershock| |Lv.- |Drill Peck | |Lv.51 |Thunder | |Lv.55 |Agility | |Lv.60 |Light Screen| ========================== ========================= |#146 Moltres| | |Lv.- |Peck | |Lv.- |Fire Spin | |Lv.51 |Leer | |Lv.55 |Agility | |Lv.60 |Sky Attack| ========================= ========================================================= |#147 Dratini|#148 Dragonair|#149 Dragonite| | |Lv.- |Lv.- |Lv.- |Wrap | |Lv.- |Lv.- |Lv.- |Leer | |Lv.10 |Lv.- |Lv.- |Thunder Wave| |Lv.20 |Lv.- |Lv.- |Agility | |Lv.30 |Lv.35 |Lv.- |Slam | |Lv.40 |Lv.45 |Lv.- |Dragon Rage | |Lv.50 |Lv.55 |Lv.60 |Hyper Beam | ========================================================= ======================= |#150 Mewtwo| | |Lv.- |Swift | |Lv.- |Barrier | |Lv.- |Psychic | |Lv.- |Recover | |Lv.75 |Mist | |Lv.81 |Amnesia | ======================= ==================== |#151 Mew| | |Lv.- |Pound | |Lv.10 |Transform| |Lv.20 |Mega Kick| |Lv.30 |Metronome| |Lv.40 |Psychic | ==================== ****************************************** VII. Items Section ****************************************** Shop List |----------------------------------------------| | Town | Item | Cost | |----------------------------------------------| | Viridian | Poke Ball | 200 | | City | Antidote | 100 | | | Potion | 300 | | | Parlyz Heal | 200 | | | Burn Heal | 250 | |----------------------------------------------| | Pewter | Poke Ball | 200 | | City | Potion | 300 | | | Escape Rope | 550 | | | Antidote | 100 | | | Burn Heal | 250 | | | Awakening | 200 | | | Parlyz Heal | 200 | |----------------------------------------------| | Cerulean | Poke Ball | 200 | | City | Potion | 300 | | | Repel | 550 | | | Escape Rope | 100 | | | Antidote | 100 | | | Burn Heal | 200 | | | Awakening | 200 | | | Parlyz Heal | 200 | |----------------------------------------------| | Vermillion | Poke Ball | 200 | | City | Super Potion | 700 | | | Ice Heal | 250 | | | Awakening | 200 | | | Parlyz Heal | 200 | | | Repel | 350 | |----------------------------------------------| | Lavender | Great Ball | 600 | | Town | Super Potion | 700 | | | Revive | 1500 | | | Escape Rope | 550 | | | Super Repel | 500 | | | Antidote | 100 | | | Burn Heal | 250 | | | Ice Heal | 250 | | | Parlyz Heal | 200 | |----------------------------------------------| | Celadon | Great Ball | 600 | | City | Super Potion | 700 | | 2nd Floor | Revive | 1500 | | Left Side | Super Repel | 500 | | | Antidote | 100 | | | Burn Heal | 250 | | | Ice Heal | 250 | | | Awakening | 200 | | | Parlyz Heal | 200 | | | | | | 2nd Floor | TM32 | 1000 | | Right Side | TM33 | 1000 | | | TM02 | 2000 | | | TM07 | 2000 | | | TM37 | 2000 | | | TM01 | 3000 | | | TM05 | 3000 | | | TM09 | 3000 | | | TM07 | 3000 | | | | | | 4th Floor | Poke Doll | 1000 | | | Fire Stone | 2100 | | | Thunder Stone| 2100 | | | Water Stone | 2100 | | | Leaf Stone | 2100 | | | | | | 5th Floor | X Accuracy | 950 | | Left Side | Guard Spec | 700 | | | Dire Hit | 650 | | | X Attack | 500 | | | X Defend | 550 | | | X Speed | 350 | | | X Special | 350 | | | | | | 5th Floor | HP UP | 9800 | | Right Side | Protein | 9800 | | | Iron | 9800 | | | Carbos | 9800 | | | Calcium | 9800 | | | | | | Vending | Water | 200 | | Machine | Soda | 300 | | | Lemonade | 350 | |----------------------------------------------| | Saffron | Great Ball | 600 | | City | Hyper Potion| 1500 | | | Max Repel | 700 | | | Escape Rope | 550 | | | Full Heal | 600 | | | Revive | 1500 | |----------------------------------------------| | Fuchsia | Ultra Ball | 1200 | | City | Great Ball | 600 | | | Hyper Potion| 1500 | | | Revive | 1500 | | | Full Heal | 600 | | | Super Repel | 500 | |----------------------------------------------| | Cinnibar | Ultra Ball | 1200 | | Island | Great Ball | 600 | | | Hyper Potion | 1500 | | | Max Repel | 700 | | | Escape Rope | 550 | | | Full Heal | 600 | | | Revive | 1500 | |----------------------------------------------| | Indigo | Ultra Ball | 1200 | | Plateau | Great Ball | 600 | | | Full Restore | 3000 | | | Max Potion | 2500 | | | Full Heal | 600 | | | Revive | 1500 | | | Max Repel | 700 | |----------------------------------------------| Balls: Poke Ball- Catches Pokemon. The most basic type of Pokeball Great Ball- Catches Pokemon. Has a better chance of getting Pokemon Ultra Ball- Catches Pokemon. Has a much better chance of catching Master Ball- Catches Pokemon. Always catches a Pokemon. Safari Ball- Used in the Safari Zone to catch Pokemon. Stones: Fire Stone- Evolves Pokemon Thunder Stone- Evolves Pokemon Water Stone- Evolves Pokemon Leaf Stone- Evolves Pokemon Moon Stone- Evolves Pokemon Important Items: Bicycle- Used to move around much quicker Bike Voucher- Used to get a free bicycle. Card Key- Open the locked doors in the Silph Co. Coin- Coin used in the Game Corner Coin Case- Used to hold your Coins Dome Fossil- Get a Pokemon from it Helix Fossil- Get a Pokemon from it Lift Key- Use the elevator in the Game Corner. Oak's Parcel- Package for Professor Oak. Old Amber- Get a Pokemon from it Secret Key- Key used to open Gym in Cinnibar Island. Exp. All- All Pokemon get experience from the battle Gold Teeth- Give to the old man in Fuschia City Item Finder- Helps you find hidden items Nugget- Piece of gold, use to sell for lots of money Gold Teeth- Give this to the Warden in Fuschia City. Old Rod- Capture Pokemon in the water (Magikarp) Good Rod- Catch Pokemon in the water (Other than Magikarp) Super Rod- Catch Pokemon in the water Poke Flute- Wakes up sleeping Pokemon Silph Scope- Used to see the ghost in Pokemon Tower SS Anne Ticket- Used too get aboard the SS Anne Town Map- Map of the world Normal Item: Antidote- Cures poisoned Pokemon Awakening- Wakes sleeping Pokemon Burn Heal- Cures burned Pokemon Ice Heal- Cures frozen Pokemon Full Heal- Heal all status ailments Paralyze Heal- Heals Pokemon that are paralyzed. Potion- Restore some of your health Super Potion- Restore your health, more than Potion Hyper Potion- Restore your health, more than Super Potion Max Potion- Fully restore your health Full Restore- Heal all ailments, and restore all of your health Ether- Restore 10 PP for one technique. Max Ether- Restore all PP for one techinque. Elixer- Restores 10 PP for all techniques. Max Elixer- Retores all PP for all techinques. Revive- Bring fainted Pokemon back to life Max Revive- Bring fainted Pokemon back to full life Escape Rope- Allow you to escape any dungeon Poke Doll- Allows you to escape from battle Repel- Weak Pokemon will not challenge you Super Repel- Same as Repel, but last longer Max Repel- Same as Super Repel, but last longer Fresh Water- Restore your Pokemon's HP Soda Pop- Restore a little more HP than Fresh Water Lemonade- Restore more HP than Soda Pop Powerup Items: Rare Candy- Raise level of Pokemon by 1 HP UP- Increases a Pokemon's HP PP UP- Increases a Pokemon's PP skill Protein- Increases Pokemon's attack stat Iron- Increases a Pokemon's defense stat Calcium- Increases a Pokemon's speed stat Carbos- Increases a Pokemon's special stat In-Battle Only items: X Attack- Increases Pokemon's attack during battle X Defend- Increases Pokemon's defense during battle X Speed- Increases Pokemon's speed during battle X Special- Increases Pokemon's special during battle X Accuracy- Increases the chance of a Pokemon hitting the enemy Guard Special- Enemy Pokemon cannot use special attack Dire Hit- Attacks become more effective Badges: Boulder Badge- Increases your Pokemon's power, lets you use Flash at any time Cascade Badge- Pokemon up to Lv.30 obey you. Also lets you use Cut out of battle. Thunder Badge- Increases your Pokemon's speed, lets you use Fly at any time. Rainbow Badge- Pokemon up to Lv.50 obey you, lets you use Strength out of battle. Marsh Badge- Pokemon up to Lv.70 obey you. Soul Badge- Increases your Pokemon's defense, lets you use Surf out of battle. Earth Badge- All Pokemon obey you. Throughout the game you will receive special items called TM and HM. They are used to teach a Pokemon a skill that he/she may not normally learn on its own. They're are 50 TM and 5 HM. TM 01 MEGA PUNCH 26 EARTHQUAKE 02 RAZOR WIND 27 FISSURE 03 SWORDS DANCE 28 DIG 04 WHIRLWIND 29 PSYCHIC 05 MEGA KICK 30 TELEPORT 06 TOXIC 31 MIMIC 07 HORN DRILL 32 DOUBLE TEAM 08 BODY SLAM 33 REFLECT 09 TAKE DOWN 34 BIDE 10 DOUBLE-EDGE 35 METRONOME 11 BUBBLEBEAM 36 SELFDESTRUCT 12 WATER GUN 37 EGG BOMB 13 ICE BEAM 38 FIRE BLAST 14 BLIZZARD 39 SWIFT 15 HYPER BEAM 40 SKULL BASH 16 PAY DAY 41 SOFTBOILED 17 SUBMISSION 42 DREAM EATER 18 COUNTER 43 SKY ATTACK 19 SEISMIC TOSS 44 REST 20 RAGE 45 THUNDER WAVE 21 MEGA DRAIN 46 PSYWAVE 22 SOLARBEAM 47 EXPLOSION 23 DRAGON RAGE 48 ROCK SLIDE 24 THUNDERBOLT 49 TRI ATTACK 25 THUNDER 50 SUBSTITUTE HM 01 CUT 02 FLY 03 SURF 04 STRENGTH 05 FLASH ****************************************** VIII. The Battle Chart ****************************************** This chart will help you determine what kind of chance your Pokemon will have against other type of Pokemon. Use this to your advantage. 1. Normal 2. Fire 3. Water 4. Electric 5. Grass 6. Ice 7. Fighting 8. Poison 9. Ground 10. Flying 11. Psychic 12. Bug 13. Rock 14. Ghost 15. Dragon §= Super P= Poor ť= Bad Pokemon Type X| 1| 2| 3| 4| 5| 6| 7| 8| 9| 10| 11| 12| 13| 14| 15| 1| | | | | | | | | | | | | P | ť | | 2| | P | P | | § | § | | | | | | § | P | | P | 3| | § | P | | P | | | | § | | | | § | | P | A 4| | | § | P | P | | | | ť | § | | | | | P | T 5| | P | § | | P | | | P | § | P | | P | § | | P | T 6| | | P | | § | P | | | § | § | | | § | | § | A 7| § | | | | | § | | P | | P | P | P | § | ť | | C 8| | | | | § | | | P | P | | | § | P | P | | K 9| | § | | § | P | | | § | | ť | | P | § | | | 10| | | | P | § | | § | | | | | § | P | | | 11| | | | | | | § | § | | | P | | | | | 12| | P | | | § | | P | § | | P | § | | | P | | 13| | § | | | | § | P | | P | § | | § | | | | 14| ť | | | | | | | | | | ť | | | | | 15| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | § | *Note: where there are blanks, means it is average. ****************************************** IX. Secrets & Misc. Stuff ****************************************** So far all the glitches and codes have been removed from Pokemon Yellow. Things like MissingNo. and the invisible PC in Celadon City. So far those who like to cheat here are some Gameshark and codes to tide you over. ***Note about Gameshark*** These codes MAY erase or damage your game, use them at your own risk. And for those with Gamesharks, be sure to place the switch in the OFF position, when turning on the game, and turn it OFF before saving. ///////////////// /Gameshark Codes/ ///////////////// Infinite Gold- 019946D3 + 019947D3 + 019948D3 Store Code- Lets you buy anything from any store (If you have money for it, you can only pick 4 items at a time) 01xx7BCF 01xx7CCF 01xx7DCF 01xx7ECF (Replace xx with codes listed below) (Code to replace, item, and cost of item at store) (TMs and HMs can also be bought in this way) ============================================================== |01 Master Ball 0 |02 Ultra Ball 1200 |03 Great Ball 200 | |04 PokéBall 200 |0A Moon Stone 0 |0B Antidote 100 | |0C Burn Heal 250 |0D Ice Heal 250 |0E Awakening 200 | |0F Paralyze Heal 200|10 Full Restore 3000|11 Max Potion 2500| |12 Hyper Potion 1500|13 Super Potion 700 |14 Potion 300 | |1D Escape Rope 550 |1E Repel 350 |20 FireStone 2100 | |21 ThunderStone 2100|22 WaterStone 2100 |23 HP Up 9800 | |24 Protein 9800 |25 Iron 9800 |26 Carbos 9800 | |27 Calcium 9800 |28 Rare Candy 4800 |2E X Accuracy 950 | |2F Leaf Stone 2100 |31 Nugget 10000 |32 PP UP 9800 | |33 PokéDoll 1000 |34 Full Heal 600 |35 Revive 1500 | |36 Max Revive 4000 |37 Guard Spec 700 |38 Super Repel 500| |39 Max Repel 700 |3A Dire Hit 650 |3B Coin 10 | |3C Fresh Water 200 |3D Soda Pop 300 |3E Lemonade 350 | |41 X Attack 500 |42 X Defend 550 |43 X Speed 350 | |44 X Special 350 |4B Exp. All 0 |4F PP Up 0 | |50 Ether 0 |51 Max Ether 0 |52 Elixir 0 | |53 Max Elixir 0 | ============================================================== (Code to replace, item) ===================================================== |Code|Item |Code|Item |Code|Item |Code|Item| |C4 |HM01 |C5 |HM02 |C6 |HM03 |C7 |HM04| |C8 |HM05 |C9 |TM01 |CA |TM02 |CB |TM03| |CC |TM04 |CD |TM05 |CE |TM06 |CF |TM07| |D0 |TM08 |D1 |TM09 |D2 |TM10 |D3 |TM11| |D4 |TM12 |D5 |TM13 |D6 |TM14 |D7 |TM15| |D8 |TM16 |D9 |TM17 |DA |TM18 |DB |TM19| |DC |TM20 |DD |TM21 |DE |TM22 |DF |TM23| |E0 |TM24 |E1 |TM25 |E2 |TM26 |E3 |TM27| |E4 |TM28 |E5 |TM29 |E6 |TM30 |E7 |TM31| |E8 |TM32 |E9 |TM33 |EA |TM34 |EB |TM35| |EC |TM36 |ED |TM37 |EE |TM38 |EF |TM39| |F0 |TM40 |F1 |TM41 |F2 |TM42 |F3 |TM43| |F4 |TM44 |F5 |TM45 |F6 |TM46 |F7 |TM47| |F8 |TM48 |F9 |TM49 |FA |TM50 | ===================================================== Fight Pokemon at Level ??- 01xx26D1 05= Level 5 0A= Level 10 0F= Level 15 14= Level 20 1E= Level 30 28= Level 40 32= Level 50 4B= Level 75 63= Level 99 64= Level 100 Pick the Pokemon you fight in the wild- 01xxD7CF (Lets you choose which Pokemon you are able to fight in the wild) (Replace xx with codes below) ======================================================= |Code|Pokemon | | | | |99 Bulbasaur |O9 Ivysaur |9A Venusaur | | |B0 Charmander|B2 Charmeleon|B4 Charizard | | |B1 Squirtle |B3 Wartortle |1C Blastoise | | |7B Caterpie |7C Metapod |7D Butterfree | | |70 Weedle |71 Kakuna |72 Beedrill | | |24 Pidgey |96 Pidgeotto |97 Pidgeot | | |A5 Rattata |A6 Raticate | | | |05 Spearow |23 Frearow | | | |6C Ekans |2D Arbok | | | |54 Pikachu |55 Raichu | | | |60 Sandshrew |61 Sandslash | | | |0F Nidoran(F)|A8 Nindorina |10 NidoQueen | | |03 Nidoran(M)|A7 Nindorino |07 NidoKing | | |04 Clefairy |8E Clefable | | | |52 Vulpix |53 Ninetales | | | |64 Jigglypuff|65 Wigglytuff| | | |6B Zubat |82 Golbat | | | |B9 Oddisho |BA Gloom |BB Vileplume | | |6D Paras |2E Parasect | | | |41 Venonat |77 Venomoth | | | |3B Diglett |76 Dugtrios | | | |4D Meowth |90 Persian | | | |2F Psyduck |80 Goldduck | | | |39 Mankey |75 Primeape | | | |21 Growlithe |14 Arcaninel | | | |47 Poliwag |6E Poliwhirl |6F Poliwrath | | |94 Abra |26 Kadabra |95 Alakazam | | |6A Machop |29 Machoke |7E Machchamp | | |BC Bellsprout|BD Weepinbell|BE Victreebell| | |18 Tentacool |9B Tentacruel| | | |A9 Geodude |27 Gravelern |31 Golem | | |A3 Ponyta |A4 Rapidash | | | |25 Slowpoke |08 Slobro | | | |AD Magnemite |36 Magneton | | | |40 Farfetch'd| | | | |46 Doduo |74 Dodrio | | | |3A Seel 086 |Dewgong | | | |0D Grimer |88 Muk | | | |17 Shellder |8B Cloyster | | | |19 Gastly |93 Haunter |0E Gengar | | |22 Onix | | | | |30 Drowzee |81 Hypno | | | |4E Krabby |8A Kingler | | | |06 Voltorb |8D Electrode | | | |0C Exeggcute |0A Exeggutor | | | |11 Cubone |91 Marowak | | | |2B Hitmonlee | | | | |2C Hitmonchan| | | | |0B Lickitung | | | | |37 Koffing |8F Weezing | | | |12 Rhyhorn |01 Rhydon | | | |28 Chansey | | | | |1E Tangela | | | | |02 Kangaskhan| | | | |5C Horsea |5D Seadra | | | |9D Goldeen |9E Seaking | | | |1B Staryu |98 Starmie | | | |2A Mr. Mime | | | | |1A Scyther | | | | |48 Jynx | | | | |35 Electabuzz| | | | |33 Magmar | | | | |1D Pinsir | | | | |3C Tauros | | | | |85 Magikarp |16 Gyarados | | | |13 Lapras | | | | |4C Ditto | | | | |66 Eevee |69 Vaporeon |68 Jolteon |67 Flareon| |AA Porygon | | | | |62 Omanyte |63 Omastar | | | |5A kabuto |5B Kabutops | | | |AB Aerodactyl| | | | |84 Snorlax | | | | |4A Articuro | | | | |4B Zapdos | | | | |49 Moltres | | | | |58 Dratini |Dragonair |42 Dragonite | | |83 Mewtwo | | | | |15 Mew | | | | ======================================================= ****************************************** X. Credits/Disclaimer ****************************************** This FAQ is copyrighted by Mike Meevasin. Pokemon is made/owned/copyrighted/whatever by Nintendo, Game Freak, and Creatures Inc. You may freely use this FAQ for noncommercial purposes if it is not altered, you ask me first, and I am credited. %%%Credits%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% - Loren Jones (email@example.com) for a great tip on beating Lt. Surge. - Felix (KING007707@aol.com) for some tips on how to evolve Pikachu. - Ken Camel (firstname.lastname@example.org) for tips on beating Lt. Surge. - Garr1529 (Garr1529@aol.com) for tips on beating Brock and Lt. Surge. - Maniac9127 (Maniac9127@aol.com) for the improved better battle chart. - Bobrosite (Bobrosite@aol.com) for the reminder about getting Squirtle - FlyingPidgey (FlyingPidgey@aol.com) for the Boss strategy corrections. - "µ" for a list of Pokemon skills.
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