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    Rival/Gym Leaders/Elite Four FAQ
    Version 1.2
    by Richard Walker
    -Table of Contents
    Legal information
    Version history
    Getting started
    Basic information
    Codes and secrets
    Tips before you start
    Your Rival
    The Gym Leaders
    The Elite Four
    Catching Mewtwo
    Contact info
    The final word
    -Legal information
    This document is copyright ©2005- 2006 Richard Walker. All rights written and
    reserved. This document and parts thereof may not be copied, paraphrased, or
    reproduced in any form without prior written consent from the author, Richard
    Walker. This document may be freely distributed only if it remains unedited, it
    stays free to public access, and proper credit is given.
    Richard Walker(email@richard-walker.cjb.net) is the author, creator, and
    owner of this document. All material contained in this document is the work of
    the author, unless otherwise stated in the 'Credits' section. The author is in
    no way associated with creators and owners of the game, nor the companies
    involved with it.
    This document was written on Notepad and is best viewable in 'Courier New' font.
    It has eighty characters per line.
    Hey hey, welcome to Richard Walker's Pokémon Red and Blue FAQ! This isn't a
    walkthrough of the entire game(Though I may do one... one day). No, this is a
    FAQ for those who are having trouble with that damn rival(Whom I will call Gary,
    like you're supposed to), the Gym Leaders(Who all suck), and the Elite Four(Who
    all suck). Pokémon games have always been close to my heart, especially my
    champion Pokémon Red cart with the undefeated combination. But enough
    sentimental shiznit, and on with the FAQ.
    -Version history
    01/01/06- Happy new year! Went through the FAQ attacking spelling mistakes, and
    added a section on how to catch the big kahuna himself, in the new 'Catching
    Mewtwo' section.
    13/07/05- Mysteriously, GameFAQs put this under Pokémon Blue when I sent it
    under Pokémon Red. I don't mind, so I made the necessary changes. Also edited
    some spelling mistakes, and updated some strategies(Some I left out completely!)
    01/06/05- My Pokémon Red FAQ is born. 'Tis my biggest FAQ so far.
    -Getting started
    Make sure your GameBoy/Color/Advance/SP is switched off, then insert your
    Pokémon Red or Blue cartridge. Now switch on your GameBoy/Color/Advance/SP.
    For a two player game, make sure the GameBoy/Color/Advance/SPs are switched off,
    then insert a Pokémon Red or Blue cartridge(Or any other compatible Pokémon
    game) into each GameBoy/Color/Advance/SP. Afterwards, insert a GameBoy
    Pocket/Advance link cable into each GameBoy/Color/Advance/SP. Now switch on both
    -Basic information
    The main Pokémon GameBoy games are always RPG format. You are a kid who wants to
    learn about the world of Pokémon. So you embark on a quest to become the
    greatest trainer inside your game cartridge, and record an entry for every
    Pokémon in your Pokédex(Hence the slogan 'Gotta catch 'em all!'). Still today,
    catching all one-hundred-and-fifty-one monsters is considered a feat only
    achievable able by the elite... or someone with too much time on their hands.
    Pokémon battles are where everything happens- you're either catching a Pokémon,
    trying to kill it to move on, or beating the ass of a trainer.
    A button: Confirm
    B button: Cancel
    D pad: Move cursor
    Up+B+Select button: Delete saved game(Title screen only)
    A button: Speak to somebody/Pick up item
    D pad: Move around
    Start button: Open menu
    A button: Confirm
    B button: Cancel
    D pad: Move cursor
    -Codes and secrets
    There are too many damn cheats, codes, and glitches in Pokémon Red and Blue, and
    seeing this is only a FAQ for certain objects in the game, it figures I
    shouldn't put up any cheats, codes, or glitches... but I shall put up one.
    Fishing? In the Pokémon League? Absurd? Yes, yes, and no. You can fish in the
    Lorelei's dominion(With all rods), or in one of Lance's Pokémon statue(Only with
    the Old Rod). Great for last minute experience! Crap, my sarcasm detector just
    caught fire.
    -Tips before you start
    A few tips before you begin playing Pokémon Red or Blue. Read up, sucka.
       Pokémon Red and Blue are RPGs that involves some thought every now and again.
       My FAQ should be used as nothing but a reference, when you get really stuck
       for pointers. This game is meant for you to have fun, not search on the 'net
       and find people who are way better looking than you and can play the game.
       Follow-up to the point above. Everything I say is right and helpful, but you
       shouldn't just follow it all. Explore with your own ways to beat other
       trainers. Hell, I didn't use a lot of these points when I first beat the
    -Your Rival
    Your Rival(I'll call him Gary because that's what he SHOULD be called) is
    basically the arrogant little bastard who starts out on his Pokémon journey at
    the same time as you. He is Professor Oak's grandson also, and Gary ALWAYS seem
    to be one step ahead of you. Damnit...
    The first time you will face lovable old Gary is in Professor Oak's lab. You've
    just picked your first Pokémon on your journey, and Gary- being to the crapweed
    that he is- picked the monster with the advantage. Not crucial now, but it
    means everything later on. So, before you leave the lab to start the
    adventure... Gary the crapweed challenges you to a battle. Let's show him, eh...
    Trainer: Gary Oak
    Pokémon: Bulbasaur(Lv5)/Squirtle(Lv5)/Charmander(Lv5)
    Prize: Nothing, cheap-ass
    First fight eh? This is the lowdown of what he's got: if YOU chose Bulbasaur, HE
    chose the fiery Charmander. If you chose Charmander, Gary picked the wet blanket
    Squirtle. And if you chose Squirtle, he chose... ah hell, enough with the bad
    jokes- Bulbasaur. Well, it doesn't matter really if you win or lose, although
    you'll be slightly richer. If you got either Charmander or Squirtle, just use
    Scratch/Tackle over and over and you'll finish him in no time. But with
    Bulbasaur... you may have to use a Potion. Yeah, the one you got from your PC
    before you even left your room. Was that easy or was that easy?
    Now, this is optional. Basically after you deliver Professor Oak's custom
    Pokéball package, the old man who blocks Route 2 will get his ass up. You'll be
    able to buy Pokéballs to expand your pitiful collection. But most importantly
    for now... you get a second clash with the crapweed himself, Gary Oak. Like I
    said, 'tis an optional battle- you can completely ignore Gary as this encounter
    won't be in your main route. But you can go for the extra experience points and
    challenge him. Gary is on Route 22, figure out where it is. Gary won't appear
    here anymore after you beat Brock in the Pewter city gym, so you can get all the
    experience you want before you trek back to Route 22 to face him(I advise you
    get a Pikachu from the Viridian Forest- this is great training for the little
    yellow squirt).
    Trainer: Gary Oak
    Pokémon: Pidgey(Lv9), Bulbasaur(Lv8)/Squirtle(Lv8)/Charmander(Lv8)
    Prize: Nothing, cheap-ass
    Gary's acquired a Bird Pokémon for this time around, and what's worse is it's at
    a fairly high level. It's Gust attack is pretty badass, and Sand Attack will
    down your Pokémon's accuracy stat. Take it down quickly- if you have a Pikachu
    in your squad, that will be easy. If not, fight it with your starter or even
    your own Pidgey. Anything else is pretty much useless. And when the starter
    comes out... I hope you have your own Pidgey, because you'll need to fight
    fire with fire here and use that cowardly Sand Attack. Of course, if you have a
    Pikachu and Gary has a Squirtle, this will be hella easy. Bulbasaur doesn't
    pose much of a threat, hell your Squirtle could take him out. Charmander has an
    awesome attack stat(Why didn't you pick him you MORON) so Scratch is a
    devastating move at this point in time. But, lowering his accuracy is advisable
    so he can't use it, and you can move in for the kill.
    It will be a while before you see the crapweed(AKA Gary Oak) again, but sure
    enough he sticks his ugly mug in your business again. In Cereulean City, as you
    try to go up north via the bridge to Route 24 ala Nugget Bridge, Gary will pop
    up and present a challenge. And this time, he's beefed up his team. You better
    have a well-balanced squad of killers ready to do tha bizzy with the shizzy yo!!
    Trainer: Gary Oak
    Pokémon: Pidgeotto(Lv18), Abra(Lv15), Rattata(Lv15),
    Nothing: Nothing, cheap-ass
    Gary the crapweed begins strong with a Pidgeotto. Still have that Pikachu? Now
    is it's time to shine yet again. Destroy it with Thundershock, but beware of
    that damn Quick Attack(Pokémon using that move will ALWAYS strike first,
    regardless of either Pokémon's speed stat. If both monsters use Quick Attack on
    the same turn, it will come down to the speed stat to see who attacks first,
    like any normal move). Pikachu has a lame defense stat. And if you don't have a
    Pikachu, your own Pidgeotto or your starter will do nicely here. Or if you did
    yourself a favor and caught a Geodude... use it, damnit! Next comes Abra... well
    Gary, this proves being the grandson of a Poké Professor does JACK for your
    intelligence. Abra has only Teleport, and since that isn't even an attack, he's
    pretty screwed. Send out one of those Pokémon who need experience to keep up
    with your squad to do the job here. Rattata is out afterwards, and Hyper Fang is
    an attack to be frightened of. Take it out first, or the rat with the serious
    dental problems will reign supreme. And finally, the starting Pokémon.
    Interestingly enough, it hasn't evolved into it's second stage, even though it's
    like two levels over. Whatever. For Bulbasaur use a Bird or Normal Pokémon, for
    Charmander use the same(Or if you picked up a Geodude in Mount Moon, put it to
    use), and for Squirtle use... well, the same(Or the Pikachu, if you have it).
    Done, done, and done.
    We've moved on quite a bit here! On the S.S Anne, when you try to go to the
    captain's room, Gary's just been in there checking on the boat captain. Trying
    to distract the driver get and us all killed, are you crapweed? Whatever. He
    STILL believes he's amassed a better team than you. Since Gary Oak is a
    fictional character in a kickass video game, I choose to differ. In preparation,
    I advise for you heavily train your starter, catch an Abra and train it to
    Lv18(It evolves into Kadabra, one of the best Pokémon you can get at this
    stage), catch a Geodude(From Mt. Moon, you MORON), and make sure you've got
    yourself a good Grass Pokémon. It won't prove all that useful in this match in
    particular, but it will do in the later Gym Leader battles, and later Gary
    Trainer: Gary Oak
    Pokémon: Pidgeotto(Lv19), Raticate(Lv16), Kadabra(Lv18),
    Prize: Nothing, that cheap-ass
    Well, for a crapweed, Gary certainly has stepped up his game. Evolution reigns
    supreme here. He begins- once again- with Pidgeotto. If you had little problems
    with it then, you'll have little problems with it now. Use Geodude, Pikachu,
    your own starter, or even your own Bird Pokémon. Before I go to the next
    strategy, I have to ask- what steroid is Gary unleashing on his damn Rattata?
    It shouldn't evolve until level-freakin'-twenty! Am I right? Of course I am. I'm
    always right. Enough of my awesomeness, back to the fight. Hyper Fang poses an
    even larger threat to you now, seeing as it's backed by a very big attack stat.
    Should little Pika get bitten here, he's out for the count, so leave him be.
    Geodude on the other hand is a Rock Pokémon, and although Gary is stupid enough
    to make his Pokémon bite rocks, it will have little effect. Otherwise, your
    starter(Evolved, I hope), can deal with it. Kadabra is next, and by God it's
    not going to be easy. Confusion is an great move to have in your repertoire at
    this stage, as it's a Psychic move, and only other Psychic Pokémon can really
    absorb a Psychic attack. Now THAT'S what I'm talkin' about! That's why I
    advised you get your own Kadabra in the mix, as it's so valuable, and even
    more valuable if you can get it to evolve into Alakazam(By trading to another
    Pokémon game). The only real Achilles heel that Kadabra has is a lame defense
    statistic. Take advantage of that by sending out your Bird Pokémon, or
    Geodude('Tis risky as it has a pathetic special stat, and may not be able to
    withstand the Confusion attack). And finally, the crapweed sends out his
    starter. Now if you have this Kadabra, use it here to awesome
    effect(Especially if Gary has a Ivysaur; the damn thing is weak to Psychic
    attacks, hahaha!). If not(And you really should have one, you MORON), use
    that Bird Pokémon, or Pikachu(But not for Ivysaur). Done, done, and done.
    The fifth battle between you and arch rival Gary will be in the Pokémon Tower(I
    hope you're not frightened of GH-GH-GH-GHOSTS!!), on level two. You won't need
    the Silph Scope to fight him either(Totally useless fact #1: Richard used to
    pronounce Silph 'spliff'), as he isn't dead, and he isn't a ghost. But my
    friends, we live in hope that one day he will die a horrible, sharp death. It
    pays to have your Pokémon in the levels of twenty to twenty-five here,
    especially your starter and a Kadabra.
    Trainer: Gary Oak
    Pokémon: Pidgeotto(Lv25), Growlithe(Lv23), Exeggcute(Lv22), Kadabra(Lv20),
    Prize: Nothing, that cheap-ass
    This will be the last time you see Gary 'the crapweed' Oak for a exceptionally
    long while, so savor the beating, people. Pidgeotto is the opening act, and has
    got an interesting attack stat- I keep saying it, beware of Quick Attack. Use
    Geodude(Or Graveller, if you're a good trainer) here to absorb all the attacks,
    and deliver the pounding punch, or Pikachu(Hopefully you've wasted TM24
    Thunderbolt on it), whichever you will. Growlithe is the next victim, has a
    pathetic Fire move in the guise of Ember, and Bite which can randomly make the
    recipient flinch(Miss a turn, basically). Geodude can shine brightly here, or
    you can put on your starter(Even Ivysaur will put up a good fight, provided it
    isn't barraged with repeated Ember attacks). Exeggcute... somehow, it's a Grass
    Pokémon. To the relief of some, it's movelist only has Hypnosis and Barrage.
    While Barrage is annoying, it's quite damaging. And Hypnosis is the most
    irritating move, EVER. Only Wrap and Fire Spin come close to this. In case
    you're a MORON, Hypnosis puts you to sleep. I advise you stay asleep should you
    get put to bed rather than wasting Awakenings. But whatever, you can do it if
    you wish. The key is getting rid of Exeggcute quickly, so do that. Bird Pokémon
    are good at this, especially Fearow and it's Wing Attack(Grass Pokémon are
    pussies when put in against a beak-weilding badass). Kadabra is here, and isn't
    a lot better than the last fight. Nonetheless, that's still pretty damn good.
    You must always try to out-muscle Kadabra, especially so late in the battle.
    If your starter happens to be Charmeleon, use Scratch to great effect. Or, use
    Geodude/Graveller and cross your fingers. AND FINALLY, we have the starting
    Pokémon. Ivysaur should be finished off by a Bird monster, Charmeleon should
    eventually use Rage and give you the oppurtunity to... well, squash it with
    anything(And if not, use Kadabra or Geodude AGAIN), and for Wartortle turn it up
    with Pikachu and Thunderbolt- oh hell yeah!
    You're in the Silph Co. building in Saffron City. Finally, you've made it to
    level seven, where you need to be to get to the Silph Co. boss(Giovanni). All is
    OK, and- HE'S BACK! Gary sticks his head where it's not needed to gloat about...
    something. Buddy, take it from me- nobody cares what you have to say. I'm
    talking to a GameBoy game character, so I better stop before I start talking to
    my DVD player(Yeah, like YOU don't). I sure hope your team has been healed up,
    and they are of great quality here. Because Gary has brought his A-team, and
    he's pretty good...
    Trainer: Gary Oak
    Pokémon: Pidgeot(Lv37), Growlithe(Lv37), Exeggcute(Lv35), Alakazam(Lv35),
    Prize: Nothing, that cheap-ass
    I'll give my credit to that crapweed; he's gathered up quite a ferocious team.
    It's scary how the team have progressed, and I sincerly hope yours have as well.
    We can't afford to have ANY puny Lv20s here, or even Lv30s. Lv32 and upwards,
    people. Gary begins with the evolved Pidgeot(Crap, what IS it with this guy and
    Pidgey/Pidgeotto/Pidgeot opening the battles?!). With Wing Attack in it's
    movelist now, it's pretty dangerous. Use Graveller and the full effect, or
    Raichu(TELL me you've evolved that little yellow squirt), or your starter(Unless
    it's Venusaur, because he will die a nasty death). And a good Normal type
    monster will go down well here. Next is Growlithe, and it's devastating Take
    Down attack is to be feared. Fortunately, it still only has that pathetic Ember
    move and the absolutely useless Roar attack(Doesn't work in trainer battles, you
    MORON), so you can use your starter to rid it. Or, if you were smart enough to
    bag yourself a good Water Pokémon prior to this Gary fight, use that. That Water
    Pokémon won't be too good against Exeggcute, but once again Gary looks like a
    total bitch because Exeggcute's movelist is Hypnosis, Leech Seed, Stun Spore,
    and Reflect. Appetizing, no? That's just asking for it. What a turd. Figure out
    what you want to use, and move on. The dangerous Alakazam is up in the battle
    field, and good God almighty it's going to kill ALL your Poképals if you give it
    the chance. It has Psybeam to flatten everything, and Recover to undo your hard
    work. We're nearing the end of this battle, so take heart in that! Anything that
    doesn't have a low special stat can fare well here. If you have ANY Pokémon with
    Slash, use it here! Or else, use your own judgment. The final evolution stage of
    the starter is in your face here, and again use what you like. Just remember the
    type advantages, and that if you're facing a Charizard, it's a dual Fire AND
    Flying type. Ground-type attacks will miss it wildly. Electric attacks are
    recommended. Grass attacks are now heavily disadvantaged. Water attacks still
    work wonders. Jebus... that was tough.
    Whee! You're on a role here, aren't you? You've gotten the eight gym badges, and
    now you're scooting onto beat the tough-as-freakin'-nails Elite Four to cement
    your legacy in a video game cartridge. Yup, back to that long stretch on Route
    22... crap, Gary's there! He's got the badges too, he's going to battle the
    Elite Four too!! FITIZZLE MY NIZZLE, HOLY SHIZZLE!</sarcasm>
    Trainer: Gary Oak
    Pokémon: Pidgeot(Lv47), Rhyhorn(Lv45), Growlithe(Lv45), Exeggcute(Lv47),
    Alakazam(Lv50), Venusaur(Lv53)/Blastoise(Lv53)/Charizard(Lv53)
    Prize: Nothing, that cheap-ass
    I speak for us all when I say... what the hell?! What kind of illegal steroids
    is Gary feeding his Pokémon(Totally useless fact #2: WWE superstar Triple H
    calls them 'protein supplements')? As if his team couldn't get any scarier. Now
    we really have to take the attention away from his truly God-awful hairstyle
    and get down to buisness. Pidgeot is up first(Like it has been for the last FIVE
    BATTLES! Jebus, variety is the spice of life Gary!), get rid of it with
    Graveller/Golem, or some Electric Pokémon attack. Hell, even Normal Pokémon will
    go down good(Note that it's OK to have ONE Normal-type Pokémon at this stage. I
    had Raticate). After the merciless death of Pidgeot, it comes to our attention
    that crapweed has acquired a Rhyhorn. I'm sure you know what kills Rock Pokémon
    here? Right(And in case you don't because you suck, it's Grass, Water, and
    Ground attacks). Growlithe is fairly beatable, so long as you don't get hit with
    Take Down. Ember is lame(And he STILL has it), Leer is gay(Yeah, right...), and
    Agility is useless(Why? WHY?! Who cares which Pokémon is faster? You need to
    KICK IT'S ASS!). Fortunately it doesn't know it's best attack, Flamethrower.
    Pathetic, Gary. Exeggcute is finally worthy of a lengthy description on how to
    get rid of it, as it is quite formidable now. Leech Seed will sap your
    strength(Unless you're using a Grass Pokémon against it... which isn't a bad
    idea, especially if it's Venusaur), Solarbeam to cause maximum Grass damage, and
    Poison Powder and Stun Spore to interfere and piss you off. Like before, the key
    is getting rid of it before it can set up your Pokémon in an insurmountable
    position. Use Fire or Flying to get rid of the eggs. Omelette, anyone? Yeah, my
    jokes rule. Next is ALAKAZAM, and I hope and pray you have a Pokémon with an
    awesome physical attack to take it down FAST. Slash is a good choice. Cut is
    good. Fly is better. Just get rid of it! Finally, here's the starter... yawn.
    Actually, stop yawning because they have some of their best attacks on board.
    Blastoise is equipped with Hydro Pump, Charizard with Flamethrower, and Venusaur
    with... Growth. OK, not all of them. That Normal Pokémon would be OK here, or
    hit them with what you please, bearing in mind that Charizard and Venusaur are
    dual types. They can be doubly resistant to something, or doubly endangered.
    Don't ask me what attacks will get rid of them, you MUST know by now. But hey,
    there are no stupid questions, just stupid people. Done, done, and done.
    It's the last big battle of the game. After you've squashed the Elite Four, you
    are announced as the undisputed Pokémon champion in your game cartridge... oh
    wait. You've just had four gruelling battles, no doubt your team is exhausted
    beyond repair. And you have to face... GARY! Yes, the crapweed who always
    remained a step in front of you has made it to the top before you. And, he's not
    there to pass the time of day...
    Trainer: Gary Oak
    Pokémon: Pidgeot(Lv61), Alakazam(Lv59), Rhydon(Lv61)
    IF HE PICKED BULBASAUR: Gyarados(Lv61), Arcanine(Lv63), Venusaur(Lv65)
    IF HE PICKED CHARMANDER: Exeggutor(Lv61), Gyarados(Lv63), Charizard(Lv65)
    IF HE PICKED SQUIRTLE: Arcanine(Lv61), Exeggutor(Lv63), Blastoise(Lv65)
    Prize: Nothing... he's still a friggin' CHEAP-ASS
    You'll find with a squad like this, Gary ain't cuttin' you any slack this time
    around. It's time to get serious, because it's serious stakes here. I hope you
    have been able to maintain something that resembles a team of Pokémon throughout
    the Elite Four carnage. The idea of this fight is to see if you can top the best
    the game can give with worn out Pokémon(They might not be, depends on how good
    they really are), because unlike before you have no chance to heal your squad
    before the Gary battle(Totally useless fact #3: Richard's squad is always like
    new before he faces Gary). And this only the fight to find out if you are truly
    at least a REAL trainer in world of worldwide Pokémon trainers, so there's no
    pressure. Pidgeot up first(Surprise, freakin' surprise), and the crapweed
    obviously wants to try and knock you down fast, as Pidgeot is a formidable
    bastard. Sky Attack is devastating if it's going to hit anything with a awful
    defense stat(*cough*Alakazam*cough*), but it needs to time to charge so you can
    switch to a Rock Pokémon or something with withstand the blow. Kill it with
    any kind of special attack, excluding Grass of course. Electric recommended. In
    fact, hit Pidgeot with any strong attack so long as it isn't Ground or Grass and
    you'll have it. If it uses Sky Attack first, back out immediately. Or take it
    like a man, or monster, or... WHATEVER. Alakazam is next(Despite being Gary's
    second-to-last bitch for the last million battles), and though it has no
    altercations, it's still a tough-ass. Like ever, a strong physical attack with
    help you win the day here. However, Recover and Reflect to totally negate
    that... asshole. Moving on, Rhyhorn is up next. I won't start criticizing on the
    fact that this MORON of a Pokémon is this high up in the game, just get rid of
    it before I eat my sister. Damnit, too late. Following that up is... oh wait,
    this is the complicated part. Look to the top of this strategy, and you'll see
    your line-up. Basically, the remaining three Pokémon are decided on just what
    crapweed picked at the beginning. Figure what you should be getting(It's NOT
    that hard, Jebus), and read on. Exeggutor is the evolved Exeggcute, and it's
    totally freakin' lame. Gary, I know you're a crapweed and all, but what the hell
    is this? Exeggcute was awesome. This Exeggutor is the worst ever. For some
    stupid reason, it only knows Barrage and Hypnosis all over again, and friggin'
    Stomp. Man, Gary, go to hell. Hypnosis is more annoying than having your balls
    tickled from behind, so get rid of Exeggucute before I eat my TV. Damnit, why
    are you so slow? Gyarados seems to have come completely out of nowhere, not
    that's it's a problem. Electric attacks work SO well here, as poor Gyarados is
    Flying(?) and Water. Watch out for it's awesome Hyper Beam move. Arcanine is in
    the same boat as Exeggutor, except Growlithe was never much good anyway. Ember
    and Take Down, are your only real problems, but they never do cause enough
    carnage. Venusaur can be beaten easily by a Psychic move(Dual type- Grass AND
    Poison!), or typically a Fire attack. Don't let it use Sleep Powder or
    Solarbeam. Charizard is pretty well equipped, upgrading Flamethrower to Fire
    Blast for even more bastard damage. Slash is pretty badass, and Fire Spin is
    annoying as hell. However, if it uses Rage, it pretty much put it's own dick in
    it's mouth and you can really take advantage of that. Finallly, Blastoise is
    very fearsome. Hydro Pump is there to filter out the weaklings, and Blizzard for
    any Grass Pokémon who get a little too close to it. It's best to tackle it with
    Thunder Pokémon. If you have a Grass Pokémon quick off the mark(Like
    Victreebel), try your luck. Remember, all throughout Gary likes to use Full
    Restores and simple Potions, bizzarely.
    Finally, you've done it! You've completely out-played the crapweed Gary Oak. And
    you'd think he be a man about it and shake your hand and say thank you? Nah.
    Profesor Oak does that for you instead. Good job.
    -The Gym Leaders
    These dudes and dudettes scattered throught the Pokémon world are your ticket to
    experience points, one-time-only TMs, and most importantly those badges(And if
    you didn't know because you suck, these will gain you entry to the Elite Four).
    Gym Leaders can only be fought once, and once only. These guys are 'bosses' in
    the technical terms, but they always lose in the end because they only use one
    main type. I ain't complainin'.
    Your first historic Gym Leader battle will be against... Brock(Totally useless
    fact #4: In the Pokémon instruction booklet, the screenshot for Brock says 'The
    BROCK wants to battle!'). Yeah, the guy with no eyeballs in the Pokémon TV
    series. He's located in Pewter City gym, and you need to squash him before you
    can move on to Route 3. Shall we?..
    Trainer: Brock
    Pokémon: Geodude(Lv11), Onix(Lv13)
    Prize: Boulder badge(Increases attack stats, allows you to use HM05 Flash), TM34
    Ah, the first gym battle. It's like your first steps- the first one is always so
    hard for you but everybody around you doing it makes you look like a retard.
    Brock dishes out a Geodude first. If you picked Bulbasaur or Squirtle... train
    them until they learn Vine Whip or Bubble respectively. This way... they will
    WHIP SOME SORRY ASS!! The same for Onix. If you picked Charmander however...
    here it needs to be at least Lv11. And you'll need yourself a Pidgey with Sand
    Attack, and a sacrifical Pokémon(Caterpie or something). Kill Geodude with
    repeated Ember attacks(If you burn the rock, the Brock will use Full Heal so he
    misses a turn). When Onix is sent out switch it for the sacrifical Pokémon. No,
    we're don't performing any gay-ass KKK sacrifices, we're just going to give
    Charmander a nice, refreshing Potion. Once the sacrificial Pokémon has been
    murdered by Onix, send out Pidgey. Use Sand Attack. Nothing else. Even when it
    uses Bide. In fact, all the better when it uses Bide, because that attack deals
    double the damage you scored on Onix(2x0=NO DAMAGE). Four or five Sand Attacks
    should reduce poor, stupid-looking Onix's accuracy to a laughable manner.
    Finally, send out Charmander for the kill with repeated Ember barrages. Hell, at
    this point you won't even NEED to worry about Bide because Onix's accuracy is so
    lame. Bitchin'.
    Misty is the girl in the TV series alongside Ash who never, EVER admits that she
    likes him(Totally useless fact #5: Richard used to have a friend who found Misty
    attractive...). In the video game, she's the second Gym Leader located in
    Cerulean City with a lovely pair(Of Pokémon, that is). I hope you have a Pikachu
    on your side...
    Trainer: Misty
    Pokémon: Staryu(Lv18), Starmie(Lv21)
    Prize: Cascade badge(Pokémon up to Lv30 will obey, lets you use HM01 Cut), TM11
    I'll quickly note here that if you have Ivysaur with Vine Whip at Lv19(At the
    very least), just skip the rest of this- you know what to do. Otherwise, read
    up. Both of these Pokémon are pretty hard if you don't have attacks with a type
    advantage(Note that Starmie is dual Water and Psychic types... just sayin').
    Starmie has Bubblebeam which is fairly strong, which can decrease your speed on
    occasion. But none of this should really be a problem unless you have a type
    advantage. Nugget Bridge gave you PLENTY of opportunity to grab yourself a Grass
    Pokémon and train it up for this battle, so you have no excuses. Of course, if
    you have a Pikachu, as with Ivysaur this will be a breeze for you. I have no
    strategy or sympathy for any douche who doesn't have a Pokémon with a type
    advantage at this point.
    Once upon a time in some mysterious war, this Lieutenant Surge guy used Pokémon
    to shock his foes into paralysis. Now, he's in your game cart attempting to look
    ferocious. He's in the Vermilion City gym, only avaliable to those who got HM01
    Cut from the S.S Anne.
    Trainer: Lieutenant Surge
    Pokémon: Pikachu(Lv18), Voltorb(Lv21), Raichu(Lv24)
    Prize: Thunder badge(Increases speed stats, lets you use HM02 Fly), TM24
    Before I begin, what the hell happened to the Raichu-only battle from the TV
    series? That was freakin' awesome. Oh yeah, that's on Pokémon Yellow. Lame. The
    liutenant starts off with a Pikachu, and it's lost it's Thundershock attack. And
    this is a Gym Leader. It does have Quick Attack to strike(Surpise, surprise)
    quickly, Swift to not miss any Pokémon(Not even those using Dig/Fly), and Growl
    to piss you off and make you wonder why this guy is a Gym Leader. Take as much
    time as you like with Pika, because it's not going to KO your Pokémon. Ever. If
    you taught TM28 Dig to Geodude or something, it's VERY handy here. Voltorb next,
    and while no Lightning type attacks should make you want to laugh until you
    fall off your chair and break your arm and end up with an infection and die of
    AIDs is tempting, you won't be laughing after you get hit with Sonicboom. This
    attack deals 20HP damage. No more, no less, regardless of type or defence.
    Geodude is in trouble here... unless you use Dig again, and you'll have no
    problems. You'll have even less trouble with Raichu- it's three attacks are
    Thundershock, Thunder Wave, and Growl. While this is a step up from Pika, all
    Ground Pokémon won't be affected by any of these attacks. You'll get no damage
    at all if you leave Geodude, Diglett, or Sandshrew out there. Lieutenant. Surge-
    despite how many Thundershocks and war stories he may dish out- will never beat
    a Ground Pokémon in a million years with his stupid Raichu. In the Yellow
    version, he rectifies the problem, but this isn't Pokémon Yellow. Providing that
    Ground Pokémon is still there, ANY attack that deals a suitable amount of damage
    will overcome the black rat here(Why the hell does Raichu look like a black rat
    in these games?). Get your Thunder badge, and get the hell outta there!
    Ah, Erika. She's the plant loving, LSD taking, freak hippy of Pokémon. She also
    adores Grass Pokémon, and happens to surround herself by other girls. She's in
    the Celadon City gym. Not much else to say, so let's go. Ladies first...
    Trainer: Erika
    Pokémon: Victreebel(Lv29), Tangela(Lv24), Vileplume(Lv29)
    Prize: Rainbow badge(Pokémon up to Lv50 will obey, lets you use HM04 Strength),
    TM21 Mega Drain
    Before I start, I must say I found Ash's quest to get into the Celadon City gym
    in the original Pokémon TV series was freakin' hilarious. On with the show, and
    when you see Erika's squad they look pretty mean, but they're so, SO weak to
    Fire and Bird types. Vic and Vile are dual Grass and Poison, so a Psychic
    Pokémon such as Kadabra is useful here. There's so much type advantages
    available, making so little to fear. Add that to the lack of Grass attacks(I
    thought this was a GRASS POKÉMON gym) where only the Vileplume knows TM21 Mega
    Drain, this will be an easy fight. Just don't get yourself put to sleep or
    paralyzed(Bench out if you do), and you'll be A-OK.
    You always have one weird-ass person who believes in twins reading minds,
    witch-like powers, etc. In Pokémon, it's the Saffron City Gym Leader Sabrina. I
    can make as much fun of her as I like, she's pretty damn good. Of course, you
    have to rid Saffron City of the menace of Silph Co. to do anything at all in
    this stupid town. Bring some Revives with you... because I said so(Totally
    useless fact #6: Richard often bypasses this gym and goes to Koga's gym in
    Fuchsia City to get more experience).
    Trainer: Sabrina
    Pokémon: Kababra(Lv38), Mr. Mime(Lv37), Venomoth(Lv38), Alakazam(Lv43)
    Prize: Marsh badge(Pokémon up to Lv70 will obey), TM46 Psywave
    OK, to begin with I never found Sabrina a tough cookie, but seeing as only Bug
    Pokémon can really dominate Sabrina's squad(And how many of those do you have?)
    I don't see how I did it. The key to fighting and beating ALL Psychic monsters
    is to physically dominate them. Normal attacks, Ground attacks, Bird attacks...
    hit them with all you have. Slash works particularly well. Of course, using a
    Fighting Pokémon is suicide- they are weak to Psychic Pokémon, stupid(And if you
    ask me, their attacks kinda suck anyway. Nobody did ask me, but they should've).
    Works for Kadabra, Mr. Mime, and the watered-down Alakazam(It's using PSYWAVE,
    for the love of God). Venomoth is something else(Dual type, Bug and Poison. This
    is a PSYCHIC gym!), weilding only one Psychic attack(Namely Psybeam. Hell, even
    Porygon has that) Stun Spore and Sleep Powder to mess with your Pokémon's
    health, and Leech Life to... well, bug you. Yes, my jokes kick ass. Luckily,
    it's stats suck and is subject to just about any attack. Done, done, and done.
    Koga is technically Gym Leader #6, but many just go past Sabrina and straight to
    him, because he is considerably easier, and Silph Co. is too big to do just
    then. He's in Fuchsia City gym, and throws in an assy-arsenal of Poison and Bug
    Pokémon(Totally useless fact #7: Koga gets promoted to the Elite Four in Gold,
    Silver, and Crystal versions. He's just as bad there).
    Trainer: Koga
    Pokémon: Koffing(Lv37), Muk(Lv39), Koffing(Lv37), Weezing(Lv43)
    Prize: Soul badge(Increases defense stats, lets you use HM03 Surf), TM46 Toxic
    My god, this is a sorry-looking crew for a Gym Leader. They probably will poison
    one or two of your squad, but they only will if they hang around long enough. Be
    wary of Weezing's Toxic- it poisons the Pokémon, and the poison damage increases
    each turn. And Sludge can easily poison your Pokémon, and it's pretty bitchin'.
    But, Weezing shouldn't be around long enough to do any lethal damage. Your team
    of killers should be anything but a match to Koga's team- they really do suck.
    Get your inappropriately named Soul badge, and move on away from this crappy
    The fiery soul of Blaine is the next Gym Leader. In Cinnabar Island gym, this
    guy is pretty good, even against those with a type advantage. I think the plan
    in the gym with those stupid question were to dumbfound anyone who tries to
    answer them(One of the questions was 'Is TMXX TOMBSTONE?'), and lower the
    trainer's IQ. With a reduced intelect level, they would go on to be beaten by
    Blaine and his hot team. Devious plan, Game Freak.
    Trainer: Blaine
    Pokémon: Growlithe(Lv42), Ponyta(Lv40), Rapidash(Lv42), Arcanine(Lv47)
    Prize: Volcano badge(Increases speical stats)
    After those great Silph Co. battles, Gary battles and squashed Gym Leaders that
    are behind you, you'd think that Blaine is a walkover. But he's actually good,
    but hopefully your squad are good enough to withstand anything he can deliver.
    First off, leave out any Grass or Bug Pokémon. Bring your Water and Ground
    types- your fossil Pokémon you got from Mt. Moon(Kabuto or Omanyte) and a
    Graveller/Golem would work really well here. Growlithe is truly a ghastly
    Pokémon with the only Fire type attack it has acquired all along is Ember. Good
    job, Blaine. It is only just saved by it's Take Down move. Watch out for that.
    Ponyta's and Rapidash's Stomp and Fire Spin attacks are annoying, and Arcanine
    is the one to beat as it is speedy, and can hit you with FIRE BLAST, the most
    powerful special attack(Just below are Solarbeam, Hydro Pump, and Psychic). But,
    providing you have the types I mentioned above, this battle shouldn't be hard at
    all. Pick up your TM38 Fire Blast, and Fly or Surf back to Viridian City to
    The final Gym Leader. Boy, we have come far ain't we? We've beaten mind freaks,
    hot heads, hippies and now we're meeting... Giovanni. It's supposed to be a
    surprise in the storyline sense(A really crappy one). He's in that gym in
    Viridian City that's been locked all this time(Good timing, eh Giovanni). And AT
    LAST!!!, a Gym Leader is showing some real variation. Shame they're all Ground
    types. Whatever.
    Trainer: Giovanni
    Pokémon: Rhyhorn(Lv45), Dug
    Prize: Earth badge(All Pokémon will obey you), TM27 Fissure
    I have to commend Giovanni here, the only Gym Leader showing some real variation
    of types here. Unfortunately for him, they are all dual something and GROUND, so
    it's going to be a dead easy fight. Use Grass, Ice, Water attacks for great
    effects here, and Psychic attacks on the Nido siblings will kill them
    oh-so-easily as they are dual Ground and Poison. There's nothing really to be
    afraid of at all here, as despite having some variation, the team still stink.
    After killing Giovanni's squad, he'll hand over TM27 Fissure(A One-hit-KO move-
    VERY unreliable, and not recommended for any Pokémon), and he'll disappear.
    Maybe you'll be accused of manslaughter.
    Well spank my ass and call me grandma, that's the last Gym Leader. Fairly easy,
    no? Well, it's time for the real test of your abilities. Go forth to the Pokémon
    League to tackle the best of the best.
    -The Elite Four
    I congratulate you on making it to the Pokémon League, but seriously- the Elite
    Four are an awesome team. Of course, it's nothing to your Lv100s, but when we're
    young, impressionable trainers with badass Lv45s, this is the ultimate test. I
    advise all of your Pokémon to be at least Lv45 going in, and your starting
    Pokémon has it's most powerful attack for this stage(Venusaur's Razor Leaf,
    Charizard's Flamethrower, and Blastoise's Hydro Pump or HM03 Surf). It doesn't
    hurt to have an Articuno on your side, either. Bring some Revives and Full
    Restores too- you'll need them(Totally useless fact #8: Richard was eating apple
    pie at the time of writing this paticular sentence). Or you can not have
    anything I mentioned, and get creamed. But hey, I don't care. Onwards and...
    Lorelei- if I recall- is actually Prima in the Pokémon TV series. She tosses a
    Pokéball as if she's high. Maybe she is. I don't care. She mainly has Ice types,
    but like all good trainers they're all dual types. Shame she's not a good
    Trainer: Lorelei
    Pokémon: Dewgong(Lv54), Cloyster(Lv53), Slowbro(Lv54), Jynx(Lv56), Lapras(Lv56)
    Prize: Entry to the next stage
    Stupid strategy guides. Every one of them I've read says that you should use
    Fire Pokémon against Lorelei's squad as they're Ice types. WRONG: You should be
    using Grass or Electric. Stupid strategy guide makers: But almighty Richard,
    Grass Pokémon are disadvantaged by Ice types! Richard: Kiss my ass. The Ice
    attacks these Pokémon use are really bad(Aurora Beam for Dewgong and Cloyster,
    Ice Punch for Jynx, NOTHING for Slowbro, Blizzard for Lapras- OK, that's not
    bad). Grass and Electric attacks will destroy them all. Dewgong has Rest to undo
    your work. Cloyster has Spike Cannon to piss you off. Slowbro has... Water Gun.
    Jynx has Lovely Kiss to put you to sleep(She likes to do this to Psychic
    Pokémon), and Lapras has a frightening special stat with Hydro Pump to really
    bring the fight. Lapras is obviously the most dangerous, it even has Body Slam
    to pick on the defensively poor Electric types. Grass Pokémon will not go two
    rounds with Blizzard. Even Articuno will go down with Blizzard as it's dual Ice
    and Flying(For some reason, the weakness negates the fact it's part Ice too).
    And to top it off, Lorelei will use Super Potion at the most inappropriate
    moments to shorten your odds. If you brought that fossil Pokémon with you, use
    it against Lapras- it will absorb Hydro Pump and Blizzard(Kabuto better than
    Omanyte). If not... use that Grass or Electric Pokémon. If they keep getting
    murdered, use Revive after Revive. Moving on.
    Your resident beefy bonehead, Bruno. Despite there being no OFFICIAL Fighting
    type gym because Fighting Pokémon suck ass, he still goes ahead with his lame
    squad. Yawn.
    Trainer: Bruno
    Pokémon: Onix(Lv53), Hitmonchan(Lv55), Hitmonlee(Lv55), Onix(Lv56),
    Prize: Entry to the next stage
    Yawn. Onix is first, get rid of it with Grass or Water. Watch out for Rock
    Throw. Hitmonchan is next, beware of it's range of punches(Thunderpunch, Fire
    Punch, and Ice Punch. They can all hurt Articuno). Fortunately for you,
    Hitmonchan's grim special stat doesn't help these, so get rid of it with a
    Psychic or Flying attack(Fly or Psybeam are good bets). Likewise for Hitmonlee,
    except there's no threat from him AT ALL. Yawn. Onix- didn't we kill one of
    these? Yawn. Machamp has Submission and Fissure on it's side, but they're both
    crap so don't worry. All throught Bruno is trying to beef up his Pokémon's
    stats, stuffing them with drugs known as X Defense, X Attack, etc.
    Yawn(Totally useless fact #9: People yawn when they think about it, it's a
    natural reaction. You're doing it right now). We're done already, where was the
    Your resident creepy old lady in the nasty old 1780s house, Agatha. She surronds
    herself with Tombstones and a cane to hold herself up. She used to date
    Professor Oak WHEN HE WAS YOUNG! What the hell?! Regardless of those
    pro-Undertaker facts about Agatha, she's pretty mean. She likes Ghost and Poison
    Trainer: Agatha
    Pokémon: Gengar(Lv56), Golbat(Lv56), Haunter(Lv55), Arbok(Lv58), Gengar(Lv60)
    Prize: Entry to the next stage
    Stupid strategy guides. Every one of them I've read says that there's no
    advantage over the Ghost Pokémon. WRONG: There are no pure Ghost Pokémon in
    these versions; they are all dual type Ghost and Poison. Use Psychic Pokémon as
    they have the advantage over Poison. Stupid strategy guide makers: But almighty
    Richard, Ghost attacks will cream Psychic Pokémon! Richard: Kiss my ass. All the
    Ghost attacks have some kind of property that stops it being a Ghost attack.
    Night Shade deals damage almost equal to your Pokémon's level(AAARGH!!),
    regardless of type or defense stat. Confuse Ray confuses your Pokémon. Lick is a
    Ghost attack that can paralyze the recipient, but the damage it does is so, SO
    poor. See? No real/good Ghost attacks that can pursue the weakness, so have a
    tall glass of SHUT THE HELL UP. Like I said here, use Psybeam or Psychic to
    storm through this battle. Alternatively, use a Ground Pokémon- Earthquake or
    even good ol' Dig do the job here. A few things to remember- Golbat is dual
    Poison and Flying- you can't hit the damn thing with a Ground attack. Try
    Electric or Ice. Golbat- like the Gengars and Haunter- has Confuse Ray, and Wing
    Attack to cause some damage. Arbok uses Glare to paralyze your Pokémon on the
    first or second turns, so if you strike it lucky and it leaves you the first
    turn, really kick it's ass. The Lv60 Gengar features Toxic, so don't let it use
    it, you MORON. And finally, Agatha loves to bench in and bench out a lot, so be
    The end is here(Well, the end of the Elite Four at least). Lance- unlike the
    first two members of the Elite Four- is a formidible opponent with some awesome
    beasts... elusive Dragon types. These dudes are dead tough, but NOT infallible.
    They all have their one major, MAJOR weakness which I hope you'll exploit...
    Trainer: Agatha
    Pokémon: Gyarados(Lv58), Dragonair(Lv56), Dragonair(Lv56), Aerodactyl(Lv60),
    Prize: Entry to the final stage
    All credit to Lance(Who is a fictional character programmed into a video game),
    he's amassed a frightening team here. Gyarados begins the tough battle, and like
    ALL of his counterparts he likes to use the very effective Hyper Beam. That's
    big trouble for guys like Alakazam and Raichu with awful defense statistics.
    Hydro Pump is also there for anyone thinking they can sneak past with a Fire or
    Ground monster, and Dragon Rage to... cause 40HP fixed damage. Gyarados' main
    weakness here is his dual types. He's Water and Flying(?), and that means
    Electric techniques are now twice as nice. Good job, Lance... idiot. Dragonair
    is next... two of them. You can attack them head on with any physical attack
    like Slash and Earthquake, and then get creamed by Hyper Beam, or you can read
    up. You see that Grass Pokémon? Venusaur, Victreebel, or whatever the hell you
    possess. Put it against Dragonair. It will not attack any Pokémon with the types
    Grass and Poison(BOTH of them as a dual type obviously, stupid). It will just
    use Agility all day. Even when it has no more effect. Handy, eh? Just pile in
    with Normal attacks- Acid, Cut, hell even Tackle. Dragonair isn't going to do
    anything else. Freaky, yes, but dependable when you're strapped for HP(Not the
    sauce, because it sucks). Don't question me- Venusaur did it for me on my Red
    version. Aerodactyl is dual Rock and Flying, and when it's not using Supersonic
    or Hyper Beam it's suspect to Water attacks. Surf recommended. Dragonite is the
    last one, and make him your bitch with the Grass Pokémon. Alternatively to all
    of this garbage, use Articuno to demolish EVERYTHING. That's the weakness of the
    day for some stupid reason, Dragon types are weak to Ice attacks. Even Gyarados
    and Aerodactyl are weak to freezing attacks(They're part Flying-type. Why is
    Gyarados part Flying? WHY?!). Done, done, and done.
    That's it for the Elite Four, you've handed their asses over to them one by one.
    No doubt you've had a great time whipping some serious ass, especially bastard
    Bruno. But the Pokémon League challenge is not over, oh no. Go back to the 'Your
    Rival' section, and skip to 'Encounter #8' for the final, final, FINAL battle...
    -Catching Mewtwo
    OK, I know this is a FAQ for the so-called bosses of the game, but Mewtwo is a
    Pokémon which amazingly causes inordinate amounts of GameBoy-smashing
    frustration for anyone stupid enough to not have their Master Ball. Honestly, as
    a self-proclaimed classic Pokémon pro, I don't see the struggle of capturing
    Mewtwo. Yes, he's the highest level wild Pokémon in the game(Through normal
    play). Yes, he's the highest level Pokémon in the game PERIOD(Through normal
    play, which should actually go without saying as it is possible to see anything
    up to Lv255). But no, damnit no, he's not HARD. Having unusual stats does not
    constitute a strong Pokémon(Which is why having a team of Lv100s is never just
    enough), it's the moves that count. Mewtwo's moves are nothing special, not
    counting Recover.
    But of course, we're not trying to kill him forever, we're trying to capture
    his genetically engineered ass(Not following me? Watch Pokémon: the first movie,
    the only good movie of the bunch). Again, it's no tough feat as long as you take
    advise from the King of my World(Me)...
    Find Mewtwo in the Unknown Dungeon, save your game, and follow the instructions
       Stupid strategy guides. Everyone of them I've read says that sleep is the
       perfect status affiliction. WRONG: Freezing the Pokémon is. Stupid strategy
       guide makers: But almighty Richard, sleep stops the Pokémon from attacking!
       Richard: Kiss my ass. Sleep stops the Pokémon from attacking for anything
       between one and six turns. Freeze stops the Pokémon from attacking, and
       that's it. No stupid one to six turns bullcrap. If you're unfortunate
       enough to have a Fire attack remaining in your repertoire, then you're in
       in trouble as Fire attacks undoes freezing. But otherwise, if you freeze a
       Pokémon, you've just locked it's ass in an rusty bear trap and baby, it's
       crawling with tetanus. Mewtwo is no exception. It can take a while, you may
       have to revert to your saved game many-a-time(It took me only once to do
       this), but if you were stupid enough to waste your Master Ball on a Ratatta
       or something, you probably deserve it.
       We're going back to the basics. Once Mewtwo is encased in ice, chip away at
       his HP. The best bit about freeze is there's no one to six turns crap, so you
       have all the time you need. Don't use big moves on him because you might
       knock him out, and if you really had trouble freezing Mewtwo, I recommend
       against using heavy power moves. Use your Surfs, Swifts, hell- bring out your
       Tackles and Quick Attacks. Remember, you have as many turns as you need, so
       by all means take your time and don't rush yourself with hefty damage
       techniques. I love freeze.
       No, not one of Professor Oak's special testicles(Remember those?), an Ultra
       Ball. I have not seen Mewtwo captured with a Pokéball or a Great Ball. If
       you're feeling up to waste some time(And money, now that I mention it), I
       dare you to try and capture Mewtwo with a Poké/Great Ball. If you pull it
       off, send me proof of your outstanding achievement in any way via the
       'Contact info', and I'll give you Ł100 of my own money, guaranteed. No
       strings attached, suckas. It will never, EVER happen, but even kings make
       mistakes, so if you can proof to me that Mewtwo can be tamed with a lesser
       instrument, you get my ultimate prize. Of course, it will be in a post-dated
       cheque, cashable only in the year 3005.
    That's it, that's all, time for bed children. Mewtwo can be reduced with an
    Ultra Ball, saving that Master Ball for bragging purposes. Or, if you were
    enough of a dolt to lose it, you have been blessed with a second chance.
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    For posting my FAQ, duh.
    The late Daily Radar for making the best Pokémon Red, Blue, and Yellow guide
    I've ever purchased. I got it well after I became a master of the game, by the
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