·--------------------------------------------------------------------·
| File: pokemon.txt         Date: 18 / 01 / 2000     Version: 7.0.1  |
·--------------------------------------------------------------------·

                                 _                                 
                      _         |/                                  
                     | |      ___                                   
    ______           | | _  .° _ °.    _______                      
    \   _ °.   ___   | |/ / | |_//_  .° _   _ °.   ___              
     | |_| | .° _ °. |   <  °._____| | / | | \ | .° _ °.  ___       
     |  __.° | |_| | |_|\_\     ___  |_| |_| |_| | |_| | |   °.
     | |     °.___.°          .°   °.            °.___.° | |°. |
     |_|                     /   _   \                   |_| |_|
                            |---(_)---|
                             \       /
                              °.___.°


                THE AUSTRALIAN VERSION POKéMON LIST

   Some Pokémon's names have been changed for some unknown reason. 
        Here is the Australian Pokémon Name and Info Listing.

·--------------------------------------------------------------------·
| FILE INFORMATION                                                   |
·--------------------------------------------------------------------·

    Version:     7.0.1
    Date:        18/01/00
    Email:       faqs@oddco.com
    Website:     www.oddco.com

·--------------------------------------------------------------------·
| COPYRIGHT INFORMATION - READ IT LEECHERS!!!                        |
·--------------------------------------------------------------------·
    This file and it's contents is not to be reproduced in any other
form without prior consent from the author.  That includes both 
commercialy printing and selling of this file.  This file will _only_
be hosted on 'GameFAQs.com' and 'Oddity'.  Please do not ask 
permission to host this FAQ on any other site.  This is because I want
people to see the latest version and not a FAQ that is 10 versions 
behind.  This causes great stress when people ask you questions from 
old FAQ's that have been answered in new FAQs.
    If you find this file on any other site than the sites below, they
are illegaly leeched files.  Please contact me so that I can do 
something about these lamer websites.

    OFFICIAL HOST SITES:

        Oddity    -  www.oddco.com      -   Official Home
        GameFAQs  -  www.gamefaqs.com        -   Great Game FAQ Site

·--------------------------------------------------------------------·
| UPDATE INFORMATION                                                 |
·--------------------------------------------------------------------·
    Always you will be able to find the newest update at the Official
Home of this FAQ.

   7.0.1 - Redesigned Layout. Released 18/01/00
   7.0.0 - Yeah I skipped about 100 versions, but this is for the 
         release of Oddity 7 and I'm redoing all the FAQs so there. 
         Released 01/12/99
   1.9.0 - This is going to be one of the last versions of this FAQ, 
         2.0 will be the last. Added some more tables, and How to get
         Mew from Nintendo Officialy (Australians Only).
         Released 31/08/99
   1.8.0 - Added lots more (in the same day as the last release).
         That is because I've been saving alot of this info, till it
         wasfinished so here it is. Released 18/08/99
   1.7.0 - Addex a few more little things. Released 18/08/99
   1.6.0 - Added The POKéDEX. Plus some other things. 
         Released 02/08/99
   1.5.0 - Added some NEW Pokémon, and fixed up some of the Gameshark
         Codes. Heaps of guides to get different Pokémon.
         Released 04/05/99
   1.4.0 - A few adjustments plus more codes added. Released 02/03/99
   1.3.0 - Fourth Version. Major Redesign, width decreased. 
         Released 03/02/99
   1.2.0 - Third Version. Added Gameshark Codes to Pokémon List. 
         MEW #151 was added to the list. Pokémon Skill List and 
         Items List added. Released 22/01/99
   1.1.0 - Second Version. Forgot some important stuff in 1.0 and 
         added it in this version. TM and HM Lists added. Battle 
         Chart added. Released 15/01/98   
   1.0.0 - First Version. Released 14/01/99

(o)>-------------------------=((<o>))=---------------------------<(o)
 \_.-                    THE POKéMON LIST                       -._/

      Name         Type           Pak    Evolution     EvInfo   G.S
      -------------------------------------------------------------
000 - Missingno    Flying/Normal  B/R    - - -         - - -    00
001 - Bulbasaur    Grass/Poison   B/R    Ivysaur       Lvl 16   99
002 - Ivysaur      Grass/Poison   B/R    Venusaur      Lvl 32   09
003 - Venusaur     Grass/Poison   B/R    - - -         - - -    9A
004 - Charmander   Fire           B/R    Charmeleon    Lvl 16   B0
005 - Charmeleon   Fire           B/R    Charizard     Lvl 36   B2
006 - Charizard    Fire           B/R    - - -         - - -    B4
007 - Squirtle     Water          B/R    Wartortle     Lvl 16   B1
008 - Wartortle    Water          B/R    Blastoise     Lvl 36   B3
009 - Blastoise    Water          B/R    - - -         - - -    1C
010 - Caterpie     Bug            B/R    Metapod       Lvl 7    7B
011 - Metapod      Bug            B/R    Butterfree    Lvl 10   7C
012 - Butterfree   Bug            B/R    - - -         - - -    7D
013 - Weedle       Bug/Poison     B/R    Kakuna        Lvl 7    70
014 - Kakuna       Bug/Poison     B/R    Beedrill      Lvl 10   71
015 - Beedrill     Bug/Poison     B/R    - - -         - - -    72
016 - Pidgey       Normal/Flying  B/R    Pidgeotto     Lvl 18   24
017 - Pidgeotto    Normal/Flying  B/R    Pidgeot       Lvl 36   96
018 - Pidgeot      Normal/Flying  B/R    - - -         - - -    97
019 - Rattata      Normal         R/B    Raticate      Lvl 20   A5
020 - Raticate     Normal         R/B    - - -         - - -    A6
021 - Spearow      Normal/Flying  R/B    Fearow        Lvl 20   05
022 - Fearow       Normal/Flying  R/B    - - -         - - -    23
023 - Ekans        Poison         Red    Arbok         Lvl 22   6C
024 - Arbok        Poison         Red    - - -         - - -    2D
025 - Pikachu      Electric       B/R    Raichu        Thunder  54
026 - Raichu       Electric       B/R    - - -         - - -    55
027 - Sandshrew    Ground         Blue   Sandslash     Lvl 22   60
028 - Sandslash    Ground         Blue   - - -         - - -    61
029 - Nidoran      Poison         B/R    Nidorina      Lvl 16   0F
030 - Nidorina     Poison         B/R    Nidoqueen     Moon     A8
031 - Nidoqueen    Poison         B/R    - - -         - - -    10
032 - Nidorano     Poison         R/B    Nidorino      Lvl 16   03
033 - Nidorino     Poison         R/B    Nidoking      Moon     A7
034 - Nidoking     Poison         R/B    - - -         - - -    07
035 - Clefairy     Normal         R/B    Clefable      Moon     04
036 - Clefable     Normal         R/B    - - -         - - -    8E
037 - Vulpix       Fire           Blue   Ninetales     Fire     52
038 - Ninetales    Fire           Blue   - - -         - - -    53
039 - Jigglypuff   Normal         R/B    Wigglytuff    Moon     64
040 - Wigglytuff   Normal         R/B    - - -         - - -    65
041 - Zubat        Poison/Flying  R/B    Golbat        Lvl 22   6B
042 - Golbat       Poison/Flying  R/B    - - -         - - -    82
043 - Oddish       Grass/Poison   Red    Gloom         Lvl 21   B9
044 - Gloom        Grass/Poison   Red    Vileplume     Leaf     BA
045 - Vileplume    Grass/Poison   Red    - - -         - - -    BB
046 - Paras        Bug/Grass      B/R    Parasect      Lvl 21   6D
047 - Parasect     Bug/Grass      B/R    - - -         - - -    2E
048 - Venonat      Bug            B/R    Venomoth      Lvl 34   41
049 - Venomoth     Bug            B/R    - - -         - - -    77
050 - Diglett      Ground         B/R    Dugtrio       G 3's    3B
051 - Dugtrio      Ground         B/R    - - -         - - -    76
052 - Meowth       Normal         Blue   Persian       Lvl 28   4D
053 - Persian      Normal         Blue   - - -         - - -    90
054 - Psyduck      Psychic        B/R    Golduck       Lvl 33   2F
055 - Golduck      Psychic        B/R    - - -         - - -    80
056 - Mankey       Fighting       Red    Primeape      Lvl 28   39
057 - Primeape     Fighting       Red    - - -         - - -    75
058 - Growlithe    Fire           Red    Arcanine      Fire     21
059 - Arcanine     Fire           Red    - - -         - - -    14
060 - Poliwag      Water          B/R    Poliwhirl     Lvl 25   47
061 - Poliwhirl    Water          B/R    Poliwrath     Water    6E
062 - Poliwrath    Water          B/R    - - -         - - -    6F
063 - Abra         Psychic        B/R    Kadabra       Lvl 16   94
064 - Kadabra      Psychic        B/R    Alakazam      TBL      26
065 - Alakazam     Psychic        B/R    - - -         - - -    95
066 - Machop       Fighting       B/R    Machoke       Lvl 28   6A
067 - Machoke      Fighting       B/R    Machamp       TBL      29
068 - Machamp      Fighting       B/R    - - -         - - -    7E
069 - Bellsprout   Grass/Poison   Blue   Weepinbell    Lvl 21   BC
070 - Weepinbell   Grass/Poison   Blue   Victreebel    Leaf     BD
071 - Victreebel   Grass/Poison   Blue   - - -         - - -    BE
072 - Tentacool    Water/Poison   R/B    Tentacruel    Lvl 30   18
073 - Tentacruel   Water/Poison   R/B    - - -         - - -    9B
074 - Geodude      Rock/Ground    B/R    Graveler      Lvl 25   A9
075 - Graveler     Rock/Ground    B/R    Golem         TBL      27
076 - Golem        Rock/Ground    B/R    - - -         - - -    31
077 - Ponyta       Fire           B/R    Rapidash      Lvl 40   A3
078 - Rapidash     Fire           B/R    - - -         - - -    A4
079 - Slowpoke     Water/Psychic  B/R    Slowbro       Lvl 32   25
080 - Slowbro      Water/Psychic  B/R    - - -         - - -    08
081 - Magnemite    Electric       B/R    Magneton      Lvl 30   AD
082 - Magneton     Electric       B/R    - - -         - - -    36
083 - Farfetch'd   Normal/Flying  B/R    - - -         - - -    40
084 - Doduo        Normal/Flying  B/R    Dodrio        Lvl 31   46
085 - Dodrio       Normal/Flying  B/R    - - -         - - -    74
086 - Seel         Water          B/R    Dewgong       Lvl 34   3A
087 - Dewgong      Water          B/R    - - -         - - -    78
088 - Grimer       Poison         B/R    Muk           Lvl 38   0D
089 - Muk          Poison         B/R    - - -         - - -    88
090 - Shellder     Water          B/R    Cloyster      Water    17
091 - Cloyster     Water          B/R    - - -         - - -    8B
092 - Gastly       Ghost          B/R    Haunter       Lvl 25   19
093 - Haunter      Ghost          B/R    Gengar        TBL      93
094 - Gengar       Ghost          B/R    - - -         - - -    0E
095 - Onix         Rock/Ground    B/R    - - -         - - -    22
096 - Drowzee      Psychic        B/R    Hypno         Lvl 26   30
097 - Hypno        Psychic        B/R    - - -         - - -    81
098 - Krabby       Water          B/R    Kingler       Lvl 28   4E
099 - Kingler      Water          B/R    - - -         - - -    8A
100 - Voltorb      Electric       B/R    Electrode     Lvl 30   06
101 - Electrode    Electric       B/R    - - -         - - -    8D
102 - Eggsecute    Grass/Psychic  B/R    Exeggutor     Leaf     0C
103 - Exeggutor    Grass/Psychic  B/R    - - -         - - -    0A
104 - Cubone       Ground         B/R    Marowak       Lvl 28   11
105 - Marowak      Ground         B/R    - - -         - - -    91
106 - Hitmonlee    Fighting       B/R    - - -         - - -    2B
107 - Hitmonchan   Fighting       B/R    - - -         - - -    2C
108 - Likitung     Normal         Red    - - -         - - -    0B
109 - Koffing      Poison         B/R    Weezing       Lvl 35   37
110 - Weezing      Poison         B/R    - - -         - - -    8F
111 - Rhyhorn      Rock/Ground    B/R    Rhydon        Lvl 42   12
112 - Rhydon       Rock/Ground    B/R    - - -         - - -    01
113 - Chansey      Normal         B/R    - - -         - - -    28
114 - Tangela      Grass          B/R    - - -         - - -    1E
115 - Kangaskhan   Normal         B/R    - - -         - - -    02
116 - Horsea       Water/Dragon   B/R    Seadra        Lvl 32   5C
117 - Seadra       Water/Dragon   B/R    - - -         - - -    5D
118 - Goldeen      Water          B/R    Seaking       Lvl 33   9D
119 - Seaking      Water          B/R    - - -         - - -    9E
120 - Staryu       Water/Psychic  B/R    Starmie       Water    1B
121 - Starmie      Water/Psychic  B/R    - - -         - - -    98
122 - Mr. Mime     Psychic        B/R    - - -         - - -    2A
123 - Scyther      Bug/Flying     Red    - - -         - - -    1A
124 - Jynx         Psychic        B/R    - - -         - - -    48
125 - Electrabuzz  Electric       Red    - - -         - - -    35
126 - Magmar       Fire           Blue   - - -         - - -    33
127 - Pinsir       Normal         Blue   - - -         - - -    1D
128 - Tauros       Normal         R/B    - - -         - - -    3C
129 - Magikarp     Water          R/B    Gyarados      Lvl 20   85
130 - Gyarados     Water/Flying   R/B    - - -         - - -    16
131 - Lapras       Water          R/B    - - -         - - -    13
132 - Ditto        Normal         R/B    - - -         - - -    4C
133 - Eevee        Normal         R/B    134,135,136   W, T, F  66
134 - Vaporeon     Water          R/B    - - -         - - -    69
135 - Jolteon      Electric       R/B    - - -         - - -    68
136 - Flareon      Fire           R/B    - - -         - - -    67
137 - Porygon      Psychic        R/B    - - -         - - -    AA
138 - Omanyte      Water          R/B    Omastar       Lvl 40   62
139 - Omastar      Water          R/B    - - -         - - -    63
140 - Kabuto       Rock/Water     R/B    Kabutops      Lvl 40   5A
141 - Kabutops     Rock/Water     R/B    - - -         - - -    5B
142 - Aerodactyl   Flying         R/B    - - -         - - -    AB
143 - Snorlax      Normal         R/B    - - -         - - -    84
144 - Articuno     Ice            R/B    - - -         - - -    4A
145 - Zapdos       Electric       R/B    - - -         - - -    4B
146 - Moltres      Fire           R/B    - - -         - - -    49
147 - Dratini      Dragon         R/B    Dragonair     Lvl 30   58
148 - Dragonair    Dragon         R/B    Dragonite     Lvl 55   59
149 - Dragonite    Dragon         R/B    - - -         - - -    42
150 - Mewtwo       Psychic        R/B    - - -         - - -    83
151 - Mew          Psychic        R/B    - - -         - - -    15

152 - Houou        Psychic/Flying G      - - -         - - -    --
153 - Topegy       Psychic/Plant  G/Y    - - -         - - -    --
154 - Pikablu
155 - Tyranticus 
156 - Primator 
157 - Doomsay 
158 - Doomsday
159 - Psyke
160 - Wizwar
161 - NidoGod 

250 - BF           Normal/Normal  R/B

EvInfo
   The EvInfo (Evolution Info) is broken down into Lvl ##, Stones 
such as Thunder, Water, Fire, Moon, Leaf and TBL (Trade By Link). The
stones are needed to evolve your Pokémon. Your Pokémon has to be a
certain level to evolve, or you have to trade the Pokémon to another
trainer before it can evolve.
   The Stones are also shortened in one case to W, T, F, for Water,
Thunder and Fire.
   G #'s mean to GROUP the Pokémon into the number that is stated.

EVOLVING POKéMON
    There are three ways for pokemon to evolve:

    1. Level - Most Pokémon evolve when they reach a certain 
               experience level. For example, Caterpie will evolve
               into Metapod, and then to Butterfree. 
    2. Item -  Other Pokémon only evolve when a special stone is used
               on them. When a Thunder Stone is used on Pikachu, it
               evolves into Raichu. Fire, Water, Thunder, and Leaf
               Stones can be bought for 2100 at the Celadon Dept.
               Store 4F. Moon stones are much rarer and evolve 
               special Pokémon (Clefairy, Jigglypuff). 
    3. Trade - Four pokemon only evolve when they are traded. These
               Pokémon are: 
                    Kadabra >->->-> Alakazam
                    Graveler >->->> Golem
                    Haunter >->->-> Gengar
                    Machoke >->->-> Machamp

    Many evolved forms of Pokémon and some rare Pokémon can be found
    in the cave outside of Cerulean City. You can go there after 
    becoming Pokémon League Champion. These pokemon are: 

    Hypno, Sandslash (blue), Arbok (red), Ditto, Chancey, 
    Raichu (blue), Electabuzz (red), Electrode, Golbat, Venomoth, 
    Kadabra, Rhydon, Dodrio, Wigglytuff, Seaking, Seadra, Slowbro,
    and Kingler. 

    You may think that if you got gamelink cable that you'll be able
    to trade your Pokémon with a friend and then trade them back so
    that you're Pokémon will gain boosted experience. Think again.
    Your Pokémon game pak will be able to recognize Pokémon that were 
    originally caught on your pak, no matter how pak the Pokémon have 
    been traded though.

GAMESHARK CODES
   Here is the codes to put into the Gameshark to use any of these 
Pokémon. You have to enter the codes, then run around in the grass to 
fight the Pokémon you want, capture it and BINGO, you have it.
   Where it has ## you have to put the code that is beside the 
Pokémon in the list above. Here are the base codes for each Pokémon 
slot.

       SLOT 1: 01##64D1   SLOT 2: 01##65D1   SLOT 3: 01##66D1
       SLOT 4: 01##67D1   SLOT 5: 01##68D1   SLOT 6: 01##69D1

WARNING - It is known that tampering with games and there data can 
cause some damage to the program. I do not hold any responsibility 
for any damage that is inflicted to your program if you use these 
codes. All use of these codes are under the knowledge that it may 
cause damage, and it is the willing of the user that s/he proceeds 
past this point of warning.

(o)>-------------------------=((<o>))=---------------------------<(o)
 \_.-  GETTING MEW OFFICIALLY FROM NINTENDO (AUSTRALIAN'S ONLY)  -._/

Can't wait for the Poke Tour !
 
Fans of Pokemon, the world's best selling Nintendo game, will have
the opportunity this school holidays to collect the limited edition
151st Pokemon - Mew - and play the new Pokemon Trading Card Games at
16 shopping centres throughout Australia. 

The first-ever national Nintendo Pokemon Tour rolls out on September
16 with the star attraction Mew, the 151st Pokemon and rarest of them
all! Long believed extinct, Mew was recently discovered deep in the 
jungles of South America. Now children all over the country will be 
able to collect this rare Pokemon character during the Pokemon Poke 
Tour.

Mew can only be collected by bringing a Game Boy and Pokemon game 
(either Red, Blue or Yellow) to a tour venue, for a free download on
to the owner's cartridge. The Pokemon Poke Tour will also introduce 
Australian fans to the Pokemon Trading Card Game, which has already 
been a monster success in the U.S. and Japan, and has sold more than 
800 million units worldwide! Pokemon Trading Card Game trainers will
be on-hand to give gamers tips to help them play this exciting new
game. 

For more info about the Pokemon PokeTour Call 

1900 100 MEW or 1900 100 639 

at a call cost of 95c per minute. 

          (o)>---------------=((<o>))=-----------------<(o)

Gotta get Mew! 

When you go to the Poke Tour, don't forget to take your Game Boy and
Pokemon cartridge with you. This allows you to find the Pokemon 151st
Download Centre and the Download Mew Area. This is where the magic 
happens, after placing your cartridge in the specially marked unit 
the machine downloads Mew into your game. Much like the Universal 
Game Link Cable Set allows you to download Pokemon from other Game 
Boys. Then Mew is yours.  

          (o)>---------------=((<o>))=-----------------<(o)

There's two Poke Tours! 

Just like the Pokemon games for the Game Boy, there are two Poke 
Tours that will be travelling throughout Australia at the same time.
The Pokemon Red and the Pokemon Blue Tours are going to travel the 
country hoping to meet you. Both tours are going to be a wild time, 
and both will have Mew available for you to download onto your Game 
Boy Pokemon cartridges. It will not matter whether you have the Red, 
Yellow or Blue game versions, you will be able to add the most recent
Pokemon into your own menagerie of Pokemon. 

Red Tour 
State               Dates              Location 
Victoria            18-19 September    Chadstone 
                    20-21 September    Highpoint 
                    22-23 September    Greensbourough Plaza 
                    24-25 September    Myer City Store Melbourne 
South Australia     28-29 September    Harvey Norman, Marion 
                    30 September -
                       3 October       Myer Store, Rundle Mall 
Western Australia   6-7 October        Whitford City 
                    8-9 October        Garden City, Booragoon 

Blue Tour 
Queensland          18-19 September    Myer City Brisbane 
                    20-21 September    Logan Hyperdrome 
                    22-23 September    Carringdale 
New South Wales     28-29 September    Warringah Mall 
                    30 September       Macquarie Centre 
                    2-3 October        Bankstown Square 
                    4-5 October        Penrith Plaza 
                    6-7 October        Westpoint, Blacktown 

          (o)>---------------=((<o>))=-----------------<(o)

Nintendo can download Mew for you!

Now for those of you who miss this major event because you live in 
country areas or because you were not well (Say for instance you 
were sick with the measles and could not go out.) We don't want you
to miss out on this opportunity to download Mew, the 151st Pokemon.
Just for a limited time, you can send us your Pokemon Game Boy 
cartridge and we will download Mew for you. Your cartridge must be 
posted to Nintendo by last mail Friday the 1st of October.

Please follow the instructions carefully:

Place a sticker on your Pokemon cartridge with your Name, Address,
Telephone number Enclose a stamped, self addressed envelope (so we
can return it to you). Put your Name, Address and Telephone number
on the back of the envelope. You must mail your cartridge to 
Nintendo by last mail Friday the 1st October 1999. 

Please send your cartridge to... 

    Nintendo Australia 
    Mew - 151 Pokemon Download 
    P.O. Box 804
    Scoresby
    3179 

For more information call 1900 100 MEW or 1900 100 639 

          (o)>---------------=((<o>))=-----------------<(o)

Disclaimer 

Your cartridge must be posted to Nintendo by last mail Friday the
1st of October. Nintendo will take all care but will take no 
responsibility for misdirected or lost mail. Please place a sticker
with your name and address on your Pokemon Red, Blue or Yellow Game
so that we can identify your cartridge. Please also include a 
stamped self addressed envelope so that we can return the cartridge
to you. Please send cartridges to the above address. 

          (o)>---------------=((<o>))=-----------------<(o)

Giveaways and Prizes 

There are 3,000 special Tour packs which will be given away at each
Poke Tour location. They are overflowing with fantastic Pokemon 
prizes. Here's what's in the packs.

    1 - A copy of the Pokemon Power Comic 
    2 - Mew and Pikachu tatoos 
    3 - Pokemon product sheet 
    4 - 1 limited edition Pikachu "Poke Tour" trading card 
    5 - Promotional card, especially designed for this tour 
    6 - Pokemon trading card game playmat 
    7 - All in a special, limited edition Poke Tour bag 

          (o)>---------------=((<o>))=-----------------<(o)

What must you bring to the Poke Tour?

To get the most out of the Poke Tour bring yourself and a friend. 
Don't forget to bring your Game Boy and Pokemon game cartridge so
that you can both download Mew and don't forget your camera 
because you can get your photo taken with some of your favourite 
Pokemon! 

(o)>-------------------------=((<o>))=---------------------------<(o)
 \_.-                         POKéDEX                            -._/

Alot of hard work has gone into putting this together, so I'd like
just say thanks to all the people who helped me along with it, by
sending in missing Pokémon info that I had etc.

Thanks goes to: Arbark, Evyl-Jake, Kumos, Morishi, Trent10

Thanks all I could do it without your help.  Yeah I knew that there
are already lists out there, but from what I have seen the info in
most of them is wrong, so I decided to make a new one.

And now the Pokédex:

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

001: Bulbasaur
     Type:    Grass/Poison
     Evolve:  Ivysaur
     Height:  2' 4"
     Weight:  15 lbs.
     Pokédex: A strange seed was planted on its back at birth. The
              plant sprouts and grows with this Pokémon.

002: Ivysaur
     Type:    Grass/Poison
     Evolve:  Venusaur
     Height:  3' 3"
     Weight:  29 lbs.
     Pokédex: When the bulb on its back grows large, it appears to
              lose the ability to stand on its hind legs.

003: Venusaur
     Type:    Grass/Poison
     Evolve:  (Final)
     Height:  6' 7"
     Weight:  221 lbs.
     Pokédex: The plant blooms when it is absorbing solar energy. It
              stays on the move to seek sunlight.

004: Charmander
     Type:    Fire
     Evolve:  Charmeleon
     Height:  2' 0"
     Weight:  19 lbs.
     Pokédex: Obviously prefers hot places. When it rains, steam is
              said to spout from the tip of its tail.

005: Charmeleon
     Type:    Fire
     Evolve:  Charizard
     Height:  3' 7"
     Weight:  42 lbs.
     Pokédex: When it swings its burning tail, it elevates the 
              temperature to unbearably high levels.

006: Charizard
     Type:    Fire/Flying
     Evolve:  (Final)
     Height:  5' 7"
     Weight:  200 lbs.
     Pokédex: Spits fire that is hot enough to melt boulders. Known
              to cause forest fires unintentionally.

007: Squirtle
     Type:    Water
     Evolve:  Wartortle
     Height:  1' 8"
     Weight:  20 lbs.
     Pokédex: After birth, its back swells and hardens into a shell.
              Powerfully sprays foam from its mouth. 

008: Wartortle
     Type:    Water
     Evolve:  Blastoise
     Height:  3' 3" 
     Weight:  50 lbs.
     Pokédex: Often hides in water to stalk unwary prey. For 
              swimming fast, it moves its ears to maintain balance.

009: Blastoise
     Type:    Water
     Evolve:  (Final)
     Height:  5' 3"
     Weight:  189 lbs.
     Pokédex: A brutal Pokémon with pressurized water jets on its
              shell. They are used for high speed tackles.

010: Caterpie
     Type:    Bug
     Evolve:  Metapod
     Height:  1' 0"
     Weight:  6 lbs.
     Pokédex: Its short feet are tipped with suction pads that 
              enable it to tirelessly climb slopes and walls.

011: Metapod
     Type:    Bug
     Evolve:  Butterfree
     Height:  2' 4"
     Weight:  22 lbs. 
     Pokédex: This Pokémon is vulnerable to attack while its shell 
              is soft, exposing its weak and tender body.

012: Butterfree
     Type:    Bug/Flying
     Evolve:  (Final)
     Height:  3' 7"
     Weight:  71 lbs.
     Pokédex: In battle, it flaps its wings at high speed to release
              highly toxic dust in the air.

013: Weedle
     Type:    Bug/Poison
     Evolve:  Kakuna
     Height:  1' 0"
     Weight:  7 lbs.
     Pokédex: Often found in forests, eating leaves. It has a sharp
              venomous stinger on its head.

014: Kakuna
     Type:    Bug/Poison
     Evolve:  Beedrill
     Height:  2' 0"
     Weight:  22 lbs.
     Pokédex: Almost incapable of moving, this Pokémon can only
              harden its shell to protect itself from predators.

015: Beedrill
     Type:    Bug/Poison
     Evolve:  (Final)
     Height:  3' 3"
     Weight:  65 lbs.
     Pokédex: Flies at high speed and attacks using its large 
              venomous stingers on its forelegs and tail.

016: Pidgey
     Type:    Normal/Flying
     Evolve:  Pidgeotto
     Height:  1' 0"
     Weight:  4 lbs.
     Pokédex: A common sight in forests and woods. It flaps its
              wings at ground level to kick up blinding sand.

017: Pidgeotto
     Type:    Normal/Flying
     Evolve:  Pidgeot
     Height:  3' 7"
     Weight:  66 lbs.
     Pokédex: Very protective of its sprawling territorial area, 
              this Pokémon will fiercely peck at any intruder.

018: Pidgeot
     Type:    Normal/Flying
     Evolve:  (Final)
     Height:  4' 11"
     Weight:  87 lbs.
     Pokédex: When hunting, it skims the surface of water at high
              speed to pick off unwary prey such as Magikarp.

019: Rattata
     Type:    Normal
     Evolve:  Raticate
     Height:  1' 0"
     Weight:  8 lbs.
     Pokédex: Bites anything when it attacks. Small and very quick,
              it is a common sight in many places.

020: Raticate
     Type:    Normal
     Evolve:  (Final)
     Height:  2' 4"
     Weight:  41 lbs.
     Pokédex: It uses its whiskers to maintain balance. It 
              apparently slows down if they are cut off.

021: Spearow
     Type:    Normal/Flying
     Evolve:  Fearow
     Height:  1' 0"
     Weight:  4 lbs.
     Pokédex: Eats bugs in grassy areas. It has to flap its short
              wings at high speed to stay airborne.

022: Fearow
     Type:    Normal/Flying
     Evolve:  (Final)
     Height:  3' 11"
     Weight:  84 lbs.
     Pokédex: With its huge and magnificent wings, it can keep aloft
              without ever having to land for rest.

023: Ekans
     Type:    Poison
     Evolve:  Arbok
     Height:  6' 7"
     Weight:  15 lbs.
     Pokédex: Moves silently and stealthily. Eats the eggs of birds,
              such as Pidgey and Spearow, whole.

024: Arbok
     Type:    Poison
     Evolve:  (Final)
     Height:  11' 6"
     Weight:  143 lbs.
     Pokédex: It is rumored that the ferocious warning markings on 
              its belly differ from area to area.

025: Pikachu
     Type:    Electric
     Evolve:  Raichu
     Height:  1' 4"
     Weight:  13 lbs.
     Pokédex: When several of these Pokémon gather, their 
              electricity could build and cause lightning storms.

026: Raichu
     Type:    Electric
     Evolve:  (Final)
     Height:  2' 7"
     Weight:  66 lbs.
     Pokédex: Its long tail serves as a ground to protect itself 
              from its own high voltage power.

027: Sandshrew
     Type:    Ground
     Evolve:  Sandslash
     Height:  2' 0"
     Weight:  26 lbs.
     Pokédex: Burrows deep underground in arid locations far from
              water. It only emerges to hunt for food.

028: Sandslash
     Type:    Ground
     Evolve:  (Final)
     Height:  3' 3"
     Weight:  65 lbs.
     Pokédex: Curls up into a spiny ball when threatened. It can 
              roll while curled up to attack or escape.

029: Nidoran (F)
     Type:    Poison
     Evolve:  Nidorina
     Height:  1' 4"
     Weight:  15 lbs.
     Pokédex: Although small, its venomous barbs render this Pokémon
              dangerous. The female has smaller horns.

030: Nidorina
     Type:    Poison
     Evolve:  Nidoqueen
     Height:  2' 7"
     Weight:  44 lbs.
     Pokédex: The female's horns develops slowly. Prefers physical
              attacks such as clawing and biting. 

031: Nidoqueen
     Type:    Poison/Ground
     Evolve:  (Final)
     Height:  4' 3"
     Weight:  132 lbs.
     Pokédex: Its hard scales provide strong protection. It uses its
              hefty bulk to execute powerful moves.

032: Nidoran (M)
     Type:    Poison
     Evolve:  Nidorino
     Height:  1' 8"
     Weight:  20 lbs.
     Pokédex: Stiffens its ears to sense danger. The larger its
              horns, the more powerful its secreted venom.

033: Nidorino
     Type:    Poison
     Evolve:  Nidoking
     Height:  2' 11"
     Weight:  43 lbs.
     Pokédex: An aggressive Pokémon that is quick to attack. The 
              horn on its head secretes a powerful venom.

034: Nidoking
     Type:    Poison/Ground
     Evolve:  (Final)
     Height:  4' 7"
     Weight:  137 lbs.
     Pokédex: It uses its powerful tail in battle to smash, 
              constrict, then break the prey's bones. 

035: Clefairy
     Type:    Normal
     Evolve:  Clefable
     Height:  2' 0"
     Weight:  17 lbs.
     Pokédex: Its magical and cute appeal has many admirers. It is 
              rare and found only in certain areas.

036: Clefable
     Type:    Normal
     Evolve:  (Final)
     Height:  4' 3"
     Weight:  88 lbs. 
     Pokédex: A timid Pokémon that is rarely seen. It will run and 
              hide the moment it senses people.

037: Vulpix
     Type:    Fire
     Evolve:  Ninetales
     Height:  2' 0"
     Weight:  22 lbs.
     Pokédex: At the time of the birth, it has just one tail. The 
              tail splits from its tip as it grows older.

038: Ninetales
     Type:    Fire
     Evolve:  (Final)
     Height:  3' 7"
     Weight:  44 lbs.
     Pokédex: Very smart and very vengeful. Grabbing one of its many
              tails could result in a 1,000-year curse.

039: Jigglypuff
     Type:    Normal
     Evolve:  Wigglytuff
     Height:  1' 8"
     Weight:  12 lbs.
     Pokédex: When its huge eyes light up, it sings a mysteriously
              soothing melody that lulls its enemies to sleep.

040: Wigglytuff
     Type:    Normal
     Evolve:  (Final)
     Height:  3' 3"
     Weight:  26 lbs.
     Pokédex: The body is soft and rubbery. When angered, it will
              suck in air and inflate itself to an enormous size.

041: Zubat
     Type:    Poison/Flying
     Evolve:  Golbat 
     Height:  2' 7"
     Weight:  17 lbs.
     Pokédex: Forms colonies in perpetually dark places. Uses 
              ultrasonic waves to identify and approach targets.

042: Golbat
     Type:    Poison/Flying
     Evolve:  (Final)
     Height:  5' 3"
     Weight:  121 lbs.
     Pokédex: Once it strikes, it will not stop draining energy from
              its victim even if it gets too heavy to fly.

043: Oddish
     Type:    Grass/Poison
     Evolve:  Gloom
     Height:  1' 8"
     Weight:  12 lbs.
     Pokédex: During the day, it keeps its face buried in the ground.
              At night, it wanders around sowing its seeds.

044: Gloom
     Type:    Grass/Poison
     Evolve:  Vileplume
     Height:  2' 7"
     Weight:  19 lbs.
     Pokédex: The fluid that oozes from its isn't drool. It is a
              nectar that is used to attract prey.

045: Vileplume
     Type:    Grass/Poison
     Evolve:  (Final)
     Height:  3' 11"
     Weight:  41 lbs.
     Pokédex: The larger its petals, the more toxic pollen it 
              contains. Its big head is heavy and hard to hold up.

046: Paras
     Type:    Bug/Grass
     Evolve:  Parasect
     Height:  1' 0"
     Weight:  12 lbs.
     Pokédex: Burrows to suck tree roots. The mushrooms on its back
              grow by drawing in nutrients from the bug host.

047: Parasect
     Type:    Bug/Grass
     Evolve:  (Final)
     Height:  3' 3"
     Weight:  65 lbs.
     Pokédex: A host-parasite pair in the which the parasite 
              mushroom has taken over the host bug. Prefers damp 
              places.

048: Venonat
     Type:    Bug/Poison
     Evolve:  Venomoth
     Height:  3' 3"
     Weight:  66 lbs.
     Pokédex: Lives in the shadows of tall trees where it eats 
              insects. It is attracted by light at night.

049: Venomoth
     Type:    Bug/Poison
     Evolve:  (Final)
     Height:  4' 11"
     Weight:  28 lbs.
     Pokédex: The dust-like scales covering its wings are color 
              coded to indicate the kinds of poison it has.

050: Diglett
     Type:    Ground
     Evolve:  Dugtrio
     Height:  0' 8"
     Weight:  2 lbs.
     Pokédex: Lives about one yard underground where it feeds on 
              plant roots. It sometimes appears above ground.

051: Dugtrio
     Type:    Ground
     Evolve:  (Final)
     Height:  2' 4"
     Weight:  72 lbs.
     Pokédex: A team of Diglett triplets. It triggers huge 
              earthquakes by burrowing 60 miles underground.

052: Meowth
     Type:    Normal
     Evolve:  Persian
     Height:  1' 4"
     Weight:  9 lbs.
     Pokédex: Adores circular objects. Wanders the streets on a 
              nightly basis to look for dropped loose change.

053: Persian
     Type:    Normal
     Evolve:  (Final)
     Height:  3' 3"
     Weight:  71 lbs.
     Pokédex: Although its fur has many admirers, it is tough to
              raise as a pet because of its fickle meanness.

054: Psyduck
     Type:    Water
     Evolve:  Golduck
     Height:  2' 7"
     Weight:  43 lbs.
     Pokédex: While lulling its enemies with its vacant look, this
              wily Pokémon will use psychokinetic powers.

055: Golduck
     Type:    Water
     Evolve:  (Final)
     Height:  5' 7"
     Weight:  169 lbs.
     Pokédex: Often seen swimming elegantly by lake shores. It is 
              often mistaken for the Japanese monster, Kappa.

056: Mankey
     Type:    Fighting
     Evolve:  Primeape
     Height:  1' 8"
     Weight:  62 lbs.
     Pokédex: Extremely quick to anger. It could be docile one 
              moment then thrashing away the next instant.

057: Primeape
     Type:    Fighting
     Evolve:  (Final)
     Height:  3' 3"
     Weight:  71 lbs.
     Pokédex: Always furious and tenacious to boot. It will not 
              abandon chasing its quarry until it is caught.

058: Growlithe
     Type:    Fire 
     Evolve:  Arcanine
     Height:  2' 4"
     Weight:  42 lbs.
     Pokédex: Very protective of its territory. It will bark and
              bite to repel intruders from its space.

059: Arcanine
     Type:    Fire
     Evolve:  (Final)
     Height:  6' 3"
     Weight:  342 lbs.
     Pokédex: A Pokémon that has been admired since the past for its
              beauty. It runs agilely as if on wings.

060: Poliwag
     Type:    Water
     Evolve:  Poliwhirl
     Height:  2' 4"
     Weight:  27 lbs.
     Pokédex: Its newly grown legs prevent it from running. It
              appears to prefer swimming than trying to stand.

061: Poliwhirl
     Type:    Water
     Evolve:  Poliwrath
     Height:  3' 3"
     Weight:  44 lbs.
     Pokédex: Capable of living in or out of water. When out of 
              water, it sweats to keep its body slimy.

062: Poliwrath
     Type:    Water/Fighting
     Evolve:  (Final)
     Height:  4' 3"
     Weight:  119 lbs.
     Pokédex: An adept swimming at both the front crawl and breast 
              stroke. Easily overtakes the best human swimmers.

063: Abra
     Type:    Psychic
     Evolve:  Kadabra
     Height:  2' 11"
     Height:  43 lbs.
     Pokédex: Using its ability to read minds, it will identify 
              impending danger and Teleport to safety.

064: Kadabra
     Type:    Psychic
     Evolve:  Alakazam
     Height:  4' 3"
     Weight:  125 lbs.
     Pokédex: It emits special alpha waves from its body that induce
              headaches just by being close by.

065: Alakazam
     Type:    Psychic
     Evolve:  (Final)
     Height:  4' 11"
     Weight:  106 lbs.
     Pokédex: Its brain can outperform a supercomputer. Its
              intelligence quotient is said to be 5,000.

066: Machop
     Type:    Fighting
     Evolve:  Machoke
     Height:  2' 7"
     Weight:  43 lbs.
     Pokédex: Loves to build muscles. It trains in all styles of 
              martial arts to become even stronger.

067: Machoke
     Type:    Fighting
     Evolve:  Machamp 
     Height:  4' 11"
     Weight:  155 lbs.
     Pokédex: Its muscular body is so powerful, it must wear a power
              save belt to be able to regulate its motion.

068: Machamp
     Type:    Fighting
     Evolve:  (Final)
     Height:  5' 3"
     Weight:  287 lbs.
     Pokédex: Using its heavy muscles, it throws powerful punches 
              that can send a victim clear over the horizon.

069: Bellsprout
     Type:    Grass/Poison
     Evolve:  Weepinbell 
     Height:  2' 4"
     Weight:  9 lbs.
     Pokédex: A carnivorous Pokémon that traps and eats bugs. It 
              uses its root feet to soak up needed moisture.

070: Weepinbell 
     Type:    Grass/Poison
     Evolve:  Victreebel 
     Height:  3' 3"
     Weight:  14 lbs.
     Pokédex: It spits out Poisonpowder to immobilize the enemy and 
              then finishes it with a spray of Acid.

071: Victreebel
     Type:    Grass/Poison
     Evolve:  (Final)
     Height:  5' 7"
     Weight:  34 lbs.
     Pokédex: Said to live in huge colonies deep in jungles, 
              although no one has returned from there.

072: Tentacool
     Type:    Water/Poison
     Evolve:  Tentacruel 
     Height:  2' 11"
     Weight:  100 lbs. 
     Pokédex: Drifts in shallow seas. Anglers who hook them by 
              accident are often punished by stinging acid.

073: Tentacruel
     Type:    Water/Poison
     Evolve:  (Final)
     Height:  5' 3"
     Weight:  121 lbs.
     Pokédex: The tentacles are normally cut short. On hunts, they 
              are extended to ensnare and immobilize prey.

074: Geodude
     Type:    Rock/Ground
     Evolve:  Graveler 
     Height:  1' 4"
     Weight:  44 lbs.
     Pokédex: Found in fields and mountains. Mistaking them for 
              boulders, people often step or trip on them.

075: Graveler 
     Type:    Rock/Ground
     Evolve:  Golem 
     Height:  3' 3"
     Weight:  232 lbs.
     Pokédex: Rolls down slopes to move. It rolls over any obstacle 
              without slowing or changing its direction.

076: Golem
     Type:    Rock/Ground
     Evolve:  (Final)
     Height:  4' 7"
     Weight:  662 lbs.
     Pokédex: Its boulder-like body is extremely hard. It can easily
              withstand dynamite blasts without damage.

077: Ponyta
     Type:    Fire
     Evolve:  Rapidash 
     Height:  3' 3"
     Weight:  66 lbs.
     Pokédex: Its hooves are 10 times harder than diamonds. It can 
              trample anything completely flat in little time.

078: Rapidash
     Type:    Fire
     Evolve:  (Final)
     Height:  5' 7"
     Weight:  209 lbs.
     Pokédex: Very competitive. This Pokémon will chase anything 
              that moves fast in the hopes of racing it.

079: Slowpoke
     Type:    Water/Psychic
     Evolve:  Slowbro 
     Height:  3' 11"
     Weight:  79 lbs.
     Pokédex: Incredibly slow and dopey. It takes 5 seconds for it 
              to feel pain when under attack.

080: Slowbro
     Type:    Water/Psychic
     Evolve:  (Final)
     Height:  5' 3"
     Weight:  173 lbs.
     Pokédex: The Shellder that is latched onto Slowpoke's tail is 
              said to feed on the host's left over scraps.

081: Magnemite
     Type:    Electric
     Evolve:  Magneton 
     Height:  1' 0"
     Weight:  13 lbs. 
     Pokédex: Uses anti-gravity to stay suspended. Appears without 
              warning and uses Thunder Wave and similar moves.

082: Magneton
     Type:    Electric
     Evolve:  (Final)
     Height:  3' 3"
     Weight:  132 lbs.
     Pokédex: Formed by several Magnemites linked together. They 
              frequently appear when sunpots flare up.

083: Farfetch'd
     Type:    Normal/Flying
     Evolve:  (Final)
     Height:  2' 7"
     Weight:  33 lbs.
     Pokédex: The sprig of green onions it holds is its weapon. It 
              is used much like a metal sword.

084: Doduo
     Type:    Normal/Flying
     Evolve:  Dodrio 
     Height:  4' 7"
     Weight:  86 lbs.
     Pokédex: A bird that makes up for its poor flying with its fast
              foot speed. Leaves giant footprints.

085: Dodrio
     Type:    Normal/Flying
     Evolve:  (Final)
     Height:  5' 11"
     Weight:  188 lbs.
     Pokédex: Uses its three brains to execute complex plans. While 
              two heads sleep, one head stays awake. 

086: Seel
     Type:    Water
     Evolve:  Dewgong 
     Height:  3' 7"
     Weight:  198 lbs.
     Pokédex: The protruding horn on its head is very hard. It is 
              used for bashing through thick ice.

087: Dewgong
     Type:    Water/Ice
     Evolve:  (Final)
     Height:  5' 7"
     Weight:  265 lbs.
     Pokédex: Stores thermal energy in its body. Swims at a steady 8 
              knots even in intensely cold waters.

088: Grimer
     Type:    Poison
     Evolve:  Muk 
     Height:  2' 11"
     Weight:  66 lbs.
     Pokédex: Appears in filthy areas. Thrives by sucking up 
              polluted sludge that is pumped out of factories.

089: Muk
     Type:    Poison
     Evolve:  (Final)
     Height:  3' 11" 
     Weight:  66 lbs.
     Pokédex: Thickly covered with a filthy, vile sludge. It is so 
              toxic, even its footprints contain poison.

090: Shellder
     Type:    Water
     Evolve:  Cloyster 
     Height:  1' 0"
     Weight:  9 lbs.
     Pokédex: Its hard shell repels any kind of attack. It is
              vulnerable only when its shell is open. 

091: Cloyster
     Type:    Water/Ice
     Evolve:  (Final)
     Height:  4' 11"
     Weight:  292 lbs.
     Pokédex: When attacked, it lauches its horn in quick volleys.
              Its innards have never been seen.

092: Gastly
     Type:    Ghost/Poison
     Evolve:  Haunter 
     Height:  4' 3"
     Weight:  0.2 lbs.
     Pokédex: Almost invisible, this gaseous Pokémon cloaks the
              target and puts it to sleep without notice.

093: Haunter
     Type:    Ghost/Poison
     Evolve:  Gengar
     Height:  5' 3"
     Weight:  0.2 lbs.
     Pokédex: Because of its ability to slip through block walls, it
              is said to be from another dimension.

094: Gengar
     Type:    Ghost/Poison
     Evolve:  (Final)
     Height:  4' 11"
     Weight:  89 lbs.
     Pokédex: Under a full moon, this Pokémon likes to mimic the
              shadows of people and laught at their fright.

095: Onix
     Type:    Rock/Ground
     Evolve:  (Final)
     Height:  28' 10"
     Weight:  463 lbs.
     Pokédex: As it grows, the stone portions of its body harden to
              become similar to a diamond, but colored black. 

096: Drowzee
     Type:    Psychic
     Evolve:  Hypno 
     Height:  3' 3"
     Weight:  71 lbs.
     Pokédex: Puts enemies to sleep then eats their dreams.
              Occasionally gets sick from eating bad dreams.

097: Hypno
     Type:    Psychic
     Evolve:  (Final)
     Height:  5' 3"
     Weight:  167 lbs.
     Pokédex: When it locks eyes with the enemy, it will use a mix 
              of Psi moves such as Hypnosis and Confusion.

098: Krabby
     Type:    Water
     Evolve:  Kingler
     Height:  1' 4"
     Weight:  14 lbs.
     Pokédex: Its pincers are not only powerful weapons, they are
              used for balance when walking sideways. 

099: Kingler
     Type:    Water
     Evolve:  (Final)
     Height:  4' 3"
     Weight:  132 lbs.
     Pokédex: The large pincer has 10000 HP of crushing power.
              However, its huge size makes it unwieldy to use.

100: Voltorb
     Type:    Electric
     Evolve:  Electrode
     Height:  1' 8"
     Weight:  23 lbs.
     Pokédex: Usually found in power plants. Easily mistaken for a
              Poke Ball, they have zapped many people. 

101: Electrode
     Type:    Electric
     Evolve:  (Final)
     Height:  3' 11"
     Weight:  147 lbs.
     Pokédex: It stores electric energy under very high pressure. It
              often explodes with little or no provocation.

102: Exeggcute
     Type:    Grass
     Evolve:  Exeggutor
     Height:  1' 4"
     Weight:  6 lbs.
     Pokédex: Often mistaken for eggs. When distrubed, they quickly
              gather and attack in swarms. 

103: Exeggutor
     Type:    Grass/Psychic
     Evolve:  (Final)
     Height:  6' 7"
     Weight:  265 lbs.
     Pokédex: Legend has it that on rare occasions, one of its heads
              will drop off and continue on as an Exeggcute.

104: Cubone
     Type:    Ground
     Evolve:  Marowak
     Height:  1' 4"
     Weight:  14 lbs.
     Pokédex: Because it never removes its skull helmet, no one has
              ever seen this Pokémon's real face.

105: Marowak
     Type:    Ground
     Evolve:  (Final)
     Height:  3' 3"
     Weight:  99 lbs.
     Pokédex: The bone it hold is its key weapon. It throws the bone
              skillfully like a boomerang to KO targets.

106: Hitmonlee
     Type:    Fighting
     Evolve:  (Final)
     Height:  4' 11"
     Weight:  110 lbs.
     Pokédex: When in a hurry, its legs lengthen progressively. It
              runs smoothly with extra long, loping strides.

107: Hitmonchan
     Type:    Fighting
     Evolve:  (Final)
     Height:  4' 7"
     Weight:  111 lbs.
     Pokédex: While apparently doing nothing, it fires punches in 
              lightning fast volleys that are impossible to see.

108: Lickitung
     Type:    Normal
     Evolve:  (Final)
     Height:  3' 11"
     Weight:  144 lbs.
     Pokédex: Its tongue can be extended like a chameleon's. It
              leaves a tingling sensation when it licks enemies.

109: Koffing
     Type:    Poison
     Evolve:  Weezing 
     Height:  2' 0"
     Weight:  2 lbs.
     Pokédex: Because it store several kinds of toxic gases in its
              body, it is prone to exploding without warning.

110: Weezing
     Type:    Poison
     Evolve:  (Final)
     Height:  3' 11"
     Weight:  21 lbs.
     Pokédex: Where two of poison gases meet, 2 Koffings can fuse
              into a Weezing over many years.

111: Rhyhorn
     Type:    Ground/Rock
     Evolve:  Rhydon 
     Height:  3' 3"
     Weight:  254 lbs.
     Pokédex: It massive bones are 1,000 times harder than human
              bones. It can easily knock a trailor flying.

112: Rhydon
     Type:    Ground/Rock
     Evolve:  (Final)
     Height:  6' 3"
     Weight:  265 lbs.
     Pokédex: Protected by an armor-like hide, it is capable of
              living in molten lava of 3,600 degrees.

113: Chansey
     Type:    Normal
     Evolve:  (Final)
     Height:  3' 7"
     Weight:  76 lbs.
     Pokédex: A rare and elusive Pokémon that is said to bring
              happiness to those who manage to get it.

114: Tangela
     Type:    Grass
     Evolve:  (Final) 
     Height:  3' 3"
     Weight:  77 lbs.
     Pokédex: The whole body is swathed with wide vines that are
              similar to seaweed. Its vines shake as it walks.

115: Kangaskhan 
     Type:    Normal
     Evolve:  (Final)
     Height:  7' 3"
     Weight:  176 lbs.
     Pokédex: The infant rarely ventures out of its mother's
              protective pouch until it is 3 years old.

116: Horsea
     Type:    Water
     Evolve:  Seadra
     Height:  1' 4"
     Weight:  18 lbs.
     Pokédex: Known to shoot down flying bugs with precision blasts
              of ink from the surface of the water.

117: Seadra
     Type:    Water
     Evolve:  (Final)
     Height:  3' 11"
     Weight:  55 lbs.
     Pokédex: Capable of swimming backwards by rapidly flapping its 
              wing-like pectoral fins and stout tail.

118: Goldeen
     Type:    Water
     Evolve:  Seaking
     Height:  2' 0"
     Weight:  33 lbs.
     Pokédex: Its tail fin billows like an elegant ballroom dress,
              giving it the nickname of the Water Queen.

119: Seaking
     Type:    Water::
     Height:  4' 3"
     Weight:  86 lbs.
     Pokédex: In autumn spawning season, they can be seen swimming 
              powerfully up rivers and creeks.

120: Staryu
     Type:    Water
     Evolve:  Starmie
     Height:  2' 7"
     Weight:  76 lbs.
     Pokédex: An enigmatic Pokémon that can effortlessly regenerate
              any appendage its loses in battle.

121: Starmie
     Type:    Water/Psychic
     Evolve:  (Final)
     Height:  3' 7"
     Weight:  176 lbs.
     Pokédex: Its central core glows with the seven colors of the
              rainbow. Some people value the core as a gem. 

122: Mr. Mime
     Type:    Psychic
     Evolve:  (Final)
     Height:  4' 3"
     Weight:  120 lbs.
     Pokédex: If interrupted while it is miming, it will slap around
              the offender with its broad hands.

123: Scyther
     Type:    Bug/Flying
     Evolve:  (Final)
     Height:  4' 11"
     Weight:  123 lbs.
     Pokédex: With ninja-like agility and speed, in can create the 
              illusion that there is more than one.

124: Jynx
     Type:    Ice/Psychic
     Evolve:  (Final)
     Height:  4' 7"
     Weight:  90 lbs.
     Pokédex: It seductively wiggles its hips as it walks. It can
              cause people to dance in unison with it.

125: Electabuzz
     Type:    Electric
     Evolve:  (Final)
     Height:  3' 7"
     Weight:  66 lbs.
     Pokédex: Normally found near power plants, they can wander away
              and cause major blackouts in cities.

126: Magmar
     Type:    Fire
     Evolve:  (Final)
     Height:  4' 3"
     Weight:  98 lbs.
     Pokédex: Its body always burns with an orange glow that enables
              it to hide perfectly among flames.

127: Pinsir
     Type:    Bug
     Evolve:  (Final)
     Height:  4' 11"
     Weight:  121 lbs.
     Pokédex: If it fails to crush the victim in its pincers, it 
              will swing is around and toss it hard.

128: Tauros
     Type:    Normal
     Evolve:  (Final)
     Height:  4' 7" 
     Weight:  195 lbs.
     Pokédex: When it targets an enemy, it charges furiously while 
              whipping its body with its long tails.

129: Magikarp
     Type:    Water
     Evolve:  Gyrados 
     Height:  2' 11"
     Weight:  22 lbs.
     Pokédex: In the distant past, it was somewhat stronger than the
              horribly weak descendants that exist today. 

130: Gyrados
     Type:    Water/Flying
     Evolve:  (Final)
     Height:  21' 4"
     Weight:  518 lbs.
     Pokédex: Rarely seen in the wild. Huge and vicious, it is
              capable of destroying entire cities in a rage.

131: Lapras
     Type:    Water/Ice
     Evolve:  (Final)
     Height:  8' 2"
     Weight:  485 lbs.
     Pokédex: A Pokémon that has been overhunted almost to
              extinction. It can ferry people across the water.

132: Ditto
     Type:    Normal
     Evolve:  (Final)
     Height:  1' 0"
     Weight:  9 lbs.
     Pokédex: Capable of copying an enemy's genetic code to 
              instantly transform itself into a duplicate of the
              enemy.

133: Eevee
     Type:    Normal
     Evolve:  Stone (Vaporeon, Jolteon, or Flareon)
     Height:  1' 0"
     Weight:  14 lbs.
     Pokédex: Its genetic code is irregular. It may mutate if it is
              exposed to radiation from element Stones.

134: Vaporeon
     Type:    Water
     Evolve:  (Final)
     Height:  3' 3"
     Weight:  64 lbs.
     Pokédex: Lives close to the water. Its long tail is ridged with
              a fin which is often mistaken for a mermaid's.

135: Jolteon
     Type:    Electric
     Evolve:  (Final)
     Height:  2' 7"
     Weight:  54 lbs.
     Pokédex: It accumulates negative ions in the atmosphere to blast
              out 10,000-volt lightning bolts. 

136: Flareon
     Type:    Fire
     Evolve:  (Final)
     Height:  2' 11"
     Weight:  55 lbs.
     Pokédex: When storing thermal energy in its body, its
              temperature could soar over 1,600 degrees.

137: Porygon
     Type:    Normal
     Evolve:  (Final)
     Height:  2' 7"
     Weight:  80 lbs.
     Pokédex: A Pokémon that consists entirely of programming code.
              Capable of moving freely in cyberspace.

138: Omanyte
     Type:    Rock/Water
     Evolve:  Omastar
     Height:  1' 4"
     Weight:  17 lbs.
     Pokédex: Although long extinct, in rare cases, it can be
              genetically resurrected from fossils.

139: Omastar
     Type:    Rock/Water
     Evolve:  (Final)
     Height:  3' 3"
     Weight:  77 lbs.
     Pokédex: A prehistoric Pokémon that died out when its heavy
              shell made it impossible to catch prey.

140: Kabuto
     Type:    Rock/Water
     Evolve:  Kabutops
     Height:  1' 8"
     Weight:  25 lbs.
     Pokédex: A Pokémon that was resurrected from a fossil found in
              what was once the ocean floor eons ago.

141: Kabutops
     Type:    Rock/Water
     Evolve:  (Final)
     Height:  4' 3"
     Weight:  89 lbs.
     Pokédex: Its sleek shape is perfect for swimming. It slashes
              prey with its claws and drains the body fluids.

142: Aerodactyl
     Type:    Rock/Flying
     Evolve:  (Final) 
     Height:  5' 11"
     Weight:  130 lbs.
     Pokédex: A ferocious, prehistoric Pokémon that goes for the
              enemy's throat with its serrated saw-like fangs.

143: Snorlax
     Type:    Normal
     Evolve:  (Final)
     Height:  6' 11"
     Weight:  1014 lbs.
     Pokédex: Very lazy. Just eats and sleeps. As its rotund bulk
              builds, it becomes steadily more slothful.

144: Articuno
     Type:    Ice/Flying
     Evolve:  (Final)
     Height:  5' 7"
     Weight:  122 lbs.
     Pokédex: A legendary bird Pokémon that is said to appear to
              doomed people who are lost in icy mountains.

145: Zapdos
     Type:    Electric/Flying
     Evolve:  (Final)
     Height:  5' 3"
     Weight:  116 lbs.
     Pokédex: A legendary bird Pokémon that is said to appear from
              clouds while dropping enormous lightning bolts.

146: Moltres
     Type:    Fire/Flying
     Evolve:  (Final)
     Height:  6' 7"
     Weight:  132 lbs.
     Pokédex: Known as the legendary bird of fire. Every flap of its
              wings creates a dazzling flash of flames. 

147: Dratini
     Type:    Dragon
     Evolve:  Dragonair
     Height:  5' 11"
     Weight:  7 lbs.
     Pokédex: Long considered a mythical Pokémon until recently when
              a small colony was found living underwater.

148: Dragonair
     Type:    Dragon
     Evolve:  Dragonite
     Height:  13' 1"
     Weight:  36 lbs.
     Pokédex: A mystical Pokémon that exudes a gentle aura. Has the 
              ability to change climate conditions.

149: Dragonite
     Type:    Dragon/Flying
     Evolve:  (Final)
     Height:  7' 3"
     Weight:  463 lbs.
     Pokédex: An extremely rarely seen marine Pokémon. Its
              intelligence is said to match that of humans.

150: Mewtwo
     Type:    Psychic
     Evolve:  (Final)
     Height:  6' 7"
     Weight:  269 lbs.
     Pokédex: It was created by a scientist afters years of horrific
              gene splicing and DNA engineering experiments.

151: Mew
     Type:    Psychic
     Evolve:  (Final)
     Height:  1' 4"
     Weight:  9 lbs.
     Pokédex: So rare that it is still said to be a mirage by many 
              experts. Only a few people have seen it worldwide.

(o)>-------------------------=((<o>))=---------------------------<(o)
 \_.-                  POKéMON LOCATION LISTS                    -._/

Route 1 Pokemon
     #016 Pidgey, Many in both versions. 
     #019 Rattata, Many in both versions. 

Route 2 Pokemon
     #010 Caterpie, None in Red. Few in Blue. 
     #013 Weedle, Few in Red, None in Blue. 
     #016 Pidgey, Many in both versions. 
     #019 Rattata, Many in both versions. 

Route 3 Pokemon
     #012 Spearow, Many in both versions. 
     #016 Pidgey, Many in both versions. 
     #039 Jigglypuff, Few in both versions. 

Route 4 Pokemon
     #012 Spearow, Few in both versions. 
     #019 Rattata, Many in both versions. 
     #023 Ekans, Few in Red, None in Blue. 
     #027 Sandshew, None in Red, Few in Blue. 

Route 5 Pokemon
     #016 Pidgey, Many in both Versions. 
     #043 Oddish, Few in Red. None in Blue. 
     #052 Meowth, None in Red. Few in Blue. 
     #056 Mankey, Few in Red. None in Blue. 
     #069 Bellsprout, None in Red. Few in Blue. 

Route 6 Pokemon
     #016 Pidgey, Many in both Versions. 
     #043 Oddish, Few in Red. None in Blue. 
     #052 Meowth, None in Red. Few in Blue. 
     #056 Mankey, Few in Red. None in Blue. 
     #069 Bellsprout, None in Red. Few in Blue. 

Route 7 Pokemon
     #016 Pidgey, Few in both versions. 
     #037 Vulpix, None in Red. Few in Blue. 
     #043 Oddish, Few in Red. None in Blue. 
     #052 Meowth, None in Red. Few in Blue. 
     #056 Mankey, Few in Red. None in Blue. 
     #058 Growlithe, Few in Red. None in Blue. 
     #069 Bellsprout, None in Red. Few in Blue. 

Route 8 Pokemon
     #016 Pidgey, Few in both versions. 
     #023 Ekans, Few in Red. None in Blue. 
     #027 Sandshew, None in Red. Few in Blue. 
     #037 Vulpix, None in Red. Few in Blue. 
     #052 Meowth, None in Red. Few in Blue. 
     #056 Mankey, Few in Red. None in Blue. 
     #058 Growlithe, Few in Red. None in Blue. 

Route 9 Pokemon
     #019 Rattata, Many in both versions. 
     #021 Spearow, Many in both versions. 
     #023 Ekans, Many in Red. None in Blue. 
     #027 Sandshrew, None in Red. Many in Blue. 
     #100 Voltorb, Many in both versions. 

Route 10 Pokemon
     #019 Rattata, Many in both versions. 
     #021 Spearow, Many in both versions. 
     #023 Ekans, Many in Red. None in Blue. 
     #027 Sandshrew, None in Red. Many in Blue. 
     #100 Voltorb, Many in both versions. 

Route 11 Pokemon
     #021 Spearow, Many in both versions. 
     #023 Ekans, Many in Red. None in Blue. 
     #027 Sandshrew, None in Red. Many in Blue. 
     #096 Drowzee, Few in both versions. 

Route 12 Pokemon
     #016 Pidgey, Many in both versions. 
     #043 Oddish, Few in Red, None in Blue. 
     #044 Gloom, Few in Red, None in Blue. 
     #048 Venonat, Few in Red, None in Blue. 
     #069 Bellsprout, None in Red, Few in Blue. 
     #070 Weepinbell, None in Red, Few in Blue. 

Route 13 Pokemon
     #016 Pidgey, Few in both versions. 
     #043 Oddish, Few in Red, None in Blue. 
     #044 Gloom, Few in Red, None in Blue. 
     #048 Venonat, Few in both versions. 
     #069 Bellsprout, None in Red, Few in Blue. 
     #070 Weepinbell, None in Red, Few in Blue. 
     #132 Ditto, Few in both versions. 

Routes 14 Pokemon
     #016 Pidgey, Few in both versions. 
     #017 Pidgeotto, Few in both versions. 
     #043 Oddish, Few in Red, None in Blue. 
     #044 Gloom, Few in Red, None in Blue. 
     #048 Venonat, Few in both versions. 
     #069 Bellsprout, None in Red, Few in Blue. 
     #070 Weepinbell, None in Red, Few in Blue. 
     #132 Ditto, Few in both versions. 

Routes 15 Pokemon
     #016 Pidgey, Few in both versions. 
     #017 Pidgeotto, Few in both versions. 
     #043 Oddish, Few in Red, None in Blue. 
     #044 Gloom, Few in Red, None in Blue. 
     #048 Venonat, Few in both versions. 
     #069 Bellsprout, None in Red, Few in Blue. 
     #070 Weepinbell, None in Red, Few in Blue. 
     #132 Ditto, Few in both versions. 

Route 16 Pokemon
     #019 Rattata, Few in both versions. 
     #020 Raticate, Few in both versions. 
     #021 Spearow, Many in both versions. 
     #084 Doduo, Few in both versions. 

Route 17 Pokemon
     #020 Raticate, Few in both versions. 
     #021 Spearow, Many in both versions. 
     #022 Fearow, Few in both versions. 
     #084 Doduo, Few in both versions. 

Route 18 Pokemon
     #020 Raticate, Few in both versions. 
     #021 Spearow, Many in both versions. 
     #022 Fearow, Few in both versions. 
     #084 Doduo, Few in both versions. 

Routes 19 Pokemon
     #072 Tentacruel, Many in both versions. 

Routes 20 Pokemon
     #072 Tentacruel, Many in both versions. 

Route 24 Pokemon
     #010 Caterpie, Few in Red. Many in Blue. 
     #011 Metapod, Few in Red. Many in Blue. 
     #013 Weedle, Many in Red. Few in Blue. 
     #014 Kakuna, Many in Red. Few in Blue. 
     #016 Pidgey, Few in both Versions. 
     #043 Oddish, Few in Red. None in Blue. 
     #063 Abra, Few in both versions. 
     #069 Bellsprout, None in Red. Many in Blue. 

Route 25 Pokemon
     #010 Caterpie, Few in Red. Many in Blue. 
     #011 Metapod, Few in Red. Many in Blue. 
     #013 Weedle, Many in Red. Few in Blue. 
     #014 Kakuna, Many in Red. Few in Blue. 
     #016 Pidgey, Few in both Versions. 
     #043 Oddish, Few in Red. None in Blue. 
     #063 Abra, Few in both versions. 
     #069 Bellsprout, None in Red. Many in Blue. 

Blocking the road. Use Pokeflute to wake and fight/capture
     #143 Snorlax 

Cinnabar Island Pokemon
     #138 Omanyte 
     -Give HELIX FOSSIL to Scientist in Lab 
     #140 Kabuto 
     -Give DOME FOSSIL to Scientist in Lab 
     #142 Aerodactyl 
     -Give OLD AMBER to Scientist in Lab 

Diglett's Cave Pokemon
     #050 Diglett, Many in both versions. 
     #051 Dugtrio, Few in both versions. 

Exchange Corner
     #030 Nidorina, Red- 1,200 Coins, Blue, N/A 
     #033 Nidorino, Red- N/A, Blue- 1,200 Coins 
     #035 Clefairy, Red- 500 Coins, Blue- 750 Coins 
     #063 Abra, Red- 180 Coins, Blue- 120 Coins 
     #123 Scyther, Red- 5,500 Coins, Blue- N/A 
     #127 Pinsir, Red- N/A, Blue- 2,500 Coins 
     #137 Porygon, Red- 9,999 Coins, Blue- 6,500 Coins 
     #147 Dratini, Red- 2,800 Coins, Blue- 4,600 Coins 

Hidden Door
     #133 Eevee, Both Versions 

Mt. Moon Pokemon
     #041 Zubat, Many in both versions. 
     #035 Clefairy, Few in both versions. 
     #046 Paras, Few in both versions. 
     #074 Geodude, Few in both versions. 

Pokemon Tower Pokemon
     #092 Gastly, Many in both versions. 
     #093 Haunter, Few in both versions. 
     #104 Cubone, Few in both versions. 

Power Plant Pokemon
     #025 Pikachu, Few in both versions. 
     #026 Raichu, None in Red, Few in Blue. 
     #081 Magnemite, Few in both versions. 
     #082 Magneton, Few in both versions. 
     #100 Voltorb, Few in both versions. 
     #125 Electabuzz, Few in Red, None in Blue.
     #145 Zapdos, ONE in both versions. 

Professor Oak's Laboratory 
     #001 Bulbasaur or 
     #004 Charmander or 
     #007 Squirtle 
     -Choose one from Professor Oak. 

Rock Tunnel Pokemon
     #041 Zubat, Many in both versions. 
     #066 Machop, Few in both versions. 
     #074 Geodude, Few in both versions. 
     #095 Onix, Few in both versions. 

SAFARI ZONE Pokemon
     Center Park
          #029 Nidoran(female), None in Red, Few in Blue. 
          #030 Nidorina, Few in both versions. 
          #032 Nidoran(male), Few in Red, None in Blue. 
          #033 Nidorino, Few in both versions. 
          #047 Parasect, Few in both versions. 
          #048 Venonat, Few in both versions. 
          #102 Exeggcute, Few in both versions. 
          #111 Rhyhorn, Few in both versions. 
          #113 Chansey, Few in both versions. 
          #123 Scyther, Few in Red. None in Blue. 
          #127 Pinsir, None in Red. Few in Blue. 

     Area 1
          #029 Nidoran(female), None in Red, Few in Blue. 
          #030 Nidorina, Few in both versions. 
          #032 Nidoran(male), Few in Red, None in Blue. 
          #033 Nidorino, Few in both versions. 
          #046 Paras, Few in both versions. 
          #047 Parasect, Few in both versions. 
          #084 Doduo, Few in both versions. 
          #102 Exeggcute, Few in both versions. 
          #111 Rhyhorn, Few in both versions. 
          #115 Kangaskhan, Few in both versions. 
          #123 Scyther, Few in Red. None in Blue. 
          #127 Pinsir, None in Red. Few in Blue. 

     Area 2
          #029 Nidoran(female), None in Red, Few in Blue. 
          #030 Nidorina, Few in both versions. 
          #032 Nidoran(male), Few in Red, None in Blue. 
          #033 Nidorino, Few in both versions. 
          #046 Paras, Few in both versions. 
          #049 Venomoth, Few in both versions. 
          #102 Exeggcute, Few in both versions.
          #111 Rhyhorn, Few in both versions. 
          #113 Chansey, Few in both versions. 
          #128 Tauros, Few in both versions. 

     Area 3
          #029 Nidoran(female), None in Red, Few in Blue. 
          #030 Nidorina, Few in both versions. 
          #032 Nidoran(male), Few in Red, None in Blue. 
          #033 Nidorino, Few in both versions. 
          #048 Venonat, Few in both versions. 
          #049 Venomoth, Few in both versions. 
          #084 Doduo, Few in both versions. 
          #102 Exeggcute, Few in both versions. 
          #115 Kangaskhan, Few in both versions. 
          #128 Tauros, Few in both versions. 

Saffron City Dojo Pokemon
     #106 Hitmonlee or
     #107 Hitmonchan 
     -You get a choice after beating the karate master. 

Silph Co. Pokemon
     #131 Lapras 
     -Get from employee after defeating Gary 

Vermilion City Pokemon
     #083 Farfetch'd, Trade a Spearow for it. 

Viridian Forest Pokemon
     #010 Caterpie, Many in Red. Few in Blue. 
     #011 Metapod, Many in Red, Few in Blue 
     #013 Weedle, Many in Red, Few in Blue. 
     #014 Kakuna, Many in Red, Few in Blue. 
     #025 Pikachu, Few in both versions. 

FISHING LOCATIONS 
     Route 4
          #054 Psyduck 
          #098 Krabby 
          #118 Goldeen 

     Route 6
          #090 Shellder 
          #098 Krabby 

     Route 10
          #061 Poliwhirl 
          #079 Slowpoke 

     Route 11
          #090 Shellder 
          #098 Krabby 

     Route 12
          #072 Tentacool 
          #098 Krabby 
          #118 Goldeen 
          #129 Magikarp 

     Route 13
          #072 Tentacool 
          #098 Krabby 
          #118 Goldeen 
          #129 Magikarp 

     Route 17
          #072 Tentacool 
          #098 Krabby 
          #118 Goldeen 
          #129 Magikarp 

     Route 18
          #072 Tentacool 
          #098 Krabby 
          #118 Goldeen 
          #129 Magikarp 

     Route 22
          #060 Poliwag 
          #118 Goldeen 

     Route 24
          #054 Psyduck 
          #098 Krabby 
          #118 Goldeen 

     Route 25
          #054 Psyduck 
          #098 Krabby 
          #118 Goldeen 

     Cerulean City
          #054 Psyduck 
          #098 Krabby 
          #118 Goldeen 

     Fuchsia City
          #098 Krabby 
          #118 Goldeen 
          #119 Seaking 
          #129 Magikarp

     Pallet Town
          #072 Tentacool 

     Safari Zone
          #064 Psyduck 
          #079 Slowpoke 
          #090 Krabby 
          #147 Dratini 

     The Pokemon Breeding Center
          #061 Poliwhirl 
          #079 Slowpoke 

     Vermilion City
          #090 Shellder 
          #098 Krabby 

     Viridian City
          #060 Poliwag 
          #072 Tentacool 

(o)>-------------------------=((<o>))=---------------------------<(o)
 \_.-                  THE RED POKéMON LIST                     -._/

    This is the list of what Pokémon are in the Red Version.

      Name         Type           Pak    Evolution     EvInfo   G.S
      -------------------------------------------------------------
000 - Missingno    Flying/Normal  B/R    - - -         - - -    00
001 - Bulbasaur    Grass/Poison   B/R    Ivysaur       Lvl 16   99
002 - Ivysaur      Grass/Poison   B/R    Venusaur      Lvl 32   09
003 - Venusaur     Grass/Poison   B/R    - - -         - - -    9A
004 - Charmander   Fire           B/R    Charmeleon    Lvl 16   B0
005 - Charmeleon   Fire           B/R    Charizard     Lvl 36   B2
006 - Charizard    Fire           B/R    - - -         - - -    B4
007 - Squirtle     Water          B/R    Wartortle     Lvl 16   B1
008 - Wartortle    Water          B/R    Blastoise     Lvl 36   B3
009 - Blastoise    Water          B/R    - - -         - - -    1C
010 - Caterpie     Bug            B/R    Metapod       Lvl 7    7B
011 - Metapod      Bug            B/R    Butterfree    Lvl 10   7C
012 - Butterfree   Bug            B/R    - - -         - - -    7D
013 - Weedle       Bug/Poison     B/R    Kakuna        Lvl 7    70
014 - Kakuna       Bug/Poison     B/R    Beedrill      Lvl 10   71
015 - Beedrill     Bug/Poison     B/R    - - -         - - -    72
016 - Pidgey       Normal/Flying  B/R    Pidgeotto     Lvl 18   24
017 - Pidgeotto    Normal/Flying  B/R    Pidgeot       Lvl 36   96
018 - Pidgeot      Normal/Flying  B/R    - - -         - - -    97
019 - Rattata      Normal         R/B    Raticate      Lvl 20   A5
020 - Raticate     Normal         R/B    - - -         - - -    A6
021 - Spearow      Normal/Flying  R/B    Fearow        Lvl 20   05
022 - Fearow       Normal/Flying  R/B    - - -         - - -    23
023 - Ekans        Poison         Red    Arbok         Lvl 22   6C
024 - Arbok        Poison         Red    - - -         - - -    2D
025 - Pikachu      Electric       B/R    Raichu        Thunder  54
026 - Raichu       Electric       B/R    - - -         - - -    55
###
###
029 - Nidoran      Poison         B/R    Nidorina      Lvl 16   0F
030 - Nidorina     Poison         B/R    Nidoqueen     Moon     A8
031 - Nidoqueen    Poison         B/R    - - -         - - -    10
032 - Nidorano     Poison         R/B    Nidorino      Lvl 16   03
033 - Nidorino     Poison         R/B    Nidoking      Moon     A7
034 - Nidoking     Poison         R/B    - - -         - - -    07
035 - Clefairy     Normal         R/B    Clefable      Moon     04
036 - Clefable     Normal         R/B    - - -         - - -    8E
###
###
039 - Jigglypuff   Normal         R/B    Wigglytuff    Moon     64
040 - Wigglytuff   Normal         R/B    - - -         - - -    65
041 - Zubat        Poison/Flying  R/B    Golbat        Lvl 22   6B
042 - Golbat       Poison/Flying  R/B    - - -         - - -    82
043 - Oddish       Grass/Poison   Red    Gloom         Lvl 21   B9
044 - Gloom        Grass/Poison   Red    Vileplume     Leaf     BA
045 - Vileplume    Grass/Poison   Red    - - -         - - -    BB
046 - Paras        Bug/Grass      B/R    Parasect      Lvl 21   6D
047 - Parasect     Bug/Grass      B/R    - - -         - - -    2E
048 - Venonat      Bug            B/R    Venomoth      Lvl 34   41
049 - Venomoth     Bug            B/R    - - -         - - -    77
050 - Diglett      Ground         B/R    Dugtrio       G 3's    3B
051 - Dugtrio      Ground         B/R    - - -         - - -    76
###
###
054 - Psyduck      Psychic        B/R    Golduck       Lvl 33   2F
055 - Golduck      Psychic        B/R    - - -         - - -    80
056 - Mankey       Fighting       Red    Primeape      Lvl 28   39
057 - Primeape     Fighting       Red    - - -         - - -    75
058 - Growlithe    Fire           Red    Arcanine      Fire     21
059 - Arcanine     Fire           Red    - - -         - - -    14
060 - Poliwag      Water          B/R    Poliwhirl     Lvl 25   47
061 - Poliwhirl    Water          B/R    Poliwrath     Water    6E
062 - Poliwrath    Water          B/R    - - -         - - -    6F
063 - Abra         Psychic        B/R    Kadabra       Lvl 16   94
064 - Kadabra      Psychic        B/R    Alakazam      TBL      26
065 - Alakazam     Psychic        B/R    - - -         - - -    95
066 - Machop       Fighting       B/R    Machoke       Lvl 28   6A
067 - Machoke      Fighting       B/R    Machamp       TBL      29
068 - Machamp      Fighting       B/R    - - -         - - -    7E
###
###
###
072 - Tentacool    Water/Poison   R/B    Tentacruel    Lvl 30   18
073 - Tentacruel   Water/Poison   R/B    - - -         - - -    9B
074 - Geodude      Rock/Ground    B/R    Graveler      Lvl 25   A9
075 - Graveler     Rock/Ground    B/R    Golem         TBL      27
076 - Golem        Rock/Ground    B/R    - - -         - - -    31
077 - Ponyta       Fire           B/R    Rapidash      Lvl 40   A3
078 - Rapidash     Fire           B/R    - - -         - - -    A4
079 - Slowpoke     Water/Psychic  B/R    Slowbro       Lvl 32   25
080 - Slowbro      Water/Psychic  B/R    - - -         - - -    08
081 - Magnemite    Electric       B/R    Magneton      Lvl 30   AD
082 - Magneton     Electric       B/R    - - -         - - -    36
083 - Farfetch'd   Normal/Flying  B/R    - - -         - - -    40
084 - Doduo        Normal/Flying  B/R    Dodrio        Lvl 31   46
085 - Dodrio       Normal/Flying  B/R    - - -         - - -    74
086 - Seel         Water          B/R    Dewgong       Lvl 34   3A
087 - Dewgong      Water          B/R    - - -         - - -    78
088 - Grimer       Poison         B/R    Muk           Lvl 38   0D
089 - Muk          Poison         B/R    - - -         - - -    88
090 - Shellder     Water          B/R    Cloyster      Water    17
091 - Cloyster     Water          B/R    - - -         - - -    8B
092 - Gastly       Ghost          B/R    Haunter       Lvl 25   19
093 - Haunter      Ghost          B/R    Gengar        TBL      93
094 - Gengar       Ghost          B/R    - - -         - - -    0E
095 - Onix         Rock/Ground    B/R    - - -         - - -    22
096 - Drowzee      Psychic        B/R    Hypno         Lvl 26   30
097 - Hypno        Psychic        B/R    - - -         - - -    81
098 - Krabby       Water          B/R    Kingler       Lvl 28   4E
099 - Kingler      Water          B/R    - - -         - - -    8A
100 - Voltorb      Electric       B/R    Electrode     Lvl 30   06
101 - Electrode    Electric       B/R    - - -         - - -    8D
102 - Eggsecute    Grass/Psychic  B/R    Exeggutor     Leaf     0C
103 - Exeggutor    Grass/Psychic  B/R    - - -         - - -    0A
104 - Cubone       Ground         B/R    Marowak       Lvl 28   11
105 - Marowak      Ground         B/R    - - -         - - -    91
106 - Hitmonlee    Fighting       B/R    - - -         - - -    2B
107 - Hitmonchan   Fighting       B/R    - - -         - - -    2C
108 - Likitung     Normal         Red    - - -         - - -    0B
109 - Koffing      Poison         B/R    Weezing       Lvl 35   37
110 - Weezing      Poison         B/R    - - -         - - -    8F
111 - Rhyhorn      Rock/Ground    B/R    Rhydon        Lvl 42   12
112 - Rhydon       Rock/Ground    B/R    - - -         - - -    01
113 - Chansey      Normal         B/R    - - -         - - -    28
114 - Tangela      Grass          B/R    - - -         - - -    1E
115 - Kangaskhan   Normal         B/R    - - -         - - -    02
116 - Horsea       Water/Dragon   B/R    Seadra        Lvl 32   5C
117 - Seadra       Water/Dragon   B/R    - - -         - - -    5D
118 - Goldeen      Water          B/R    Seaking       Lvl 33   9D
119 - Seaking      Water          B/R    - - -         - - -    9E
120 - Staryu       Water/Psychic  B/R    Starmie       Water    1B
121 - Starmie      Water/Psychic  B/R    - - -         - - -    98
122 - Mr. Mime     Psychic        B/R    - - -         - - -    2A
123 - Scyther      Bug/Flying     Red    - - -         - - -    1A
124 - Jynx         Psychic        B/R    - - -         - - -    48
125 - Electrabuzz  Electric       Red    - - -         - - -    35
###
###
128 - Tauros       Normal         R/B    - - -         - - -    3C
129 - Magikarp     Water          R/B    Gyarados      Lvl 20   85
130 - Gyarados     Water/Flying   R/B    - - -         - - -    16
131 - Lapras       Water          R/B    - - -         - - -    13
132 - Ditto        Normal         R/B    - - -         - - -    4C
133 - Eevee        Normal         R/B    134,135,136   W, T, F  66
134 - Vaporeon     Water          R/B    - - -         - - -    69
135 - Jolteon      Electric       R/B    - - -         - - -    68
136 - Flareon      Fire           R/B    - - -         - - -    67
137 - Porygon      Psychic        R/B    - - -         - - -    AA
138 - Omanyte      Water          R/B    Omastar       Lvl 40   62
139 - Omastar      Water          R/B    - - -         - - -    63
140 - Kabuto       Rock/Water     R/B    Kabutops      Lvl 40   5A
141 - Kabutops     Rock/Water     R/B    - - -         - - -    5B
142 - Aerodactyl   Flying         R/B    - - -         - - -    AB
143 - Snorlax      Normal         R/B    - - -         - - -    84
144 - Articuno     Ice            R/B    - - -         - - -    4A
145 - Zapdos       Electric       R/B    - - -         - - -    4B
146 - Moltres      Fire           R/B    - - -         - - -    49
147 - Dratini      Dragon         R/B    Dragonair     Lvl 30   58
148 - Dragonair    Dragon         R/B    Dragonite     Lvl 55   59
149 - Dragonite    Dragon         R/B    - - -         - - -    42
150 - Mewtwo       Psychic        R/B    - - -         - - -    83
151 - Mew          Psychic        R/B    - - -         - - -    15

(o)>-------------------------=((<o>))=---------------------------<(o)
 \_.-                  THE BLUE POKéMON LIST                    -._/

    This is the list of what Pokémon are in the Blue Version.

      Name         Type           Pak    Evolution     EvInfo   G.S
      -------------------------------------------------------------
000 - Missingno    Flying/Normal  B/R    - - -         - - -    00
001 - Bulbasaur    Grass/Poison   B/R    Ivysaur       Lvl 16   99
002 - Ivysaur      Grass/Poison   B/R    Venusaur      Lvl 32   09
003 - Venusaur     Grass/Poison   B/R    - - -         - - -    9A
004 - Charmander   Fire           B/R    Charmeleon    Lvl 16   B0
005 - Charmeleon   Fire           B/R    Charizard     Lvl 36   B2
006 - Charizard    Fire           B/R    - - -         - - -    B4
007 - Squirtle     Water          B/R    Wartortle     Lvl 16   B1
008 - Wartortle    Water          B/R    Blastoise     Lvl 36   B3
009 - Blastoise    Water          B/R    - - -         - - -    1C
010 - Caterpie     Bug            B/R    Metapod       Lvl 7    7B
011 - Metapod      Bug            B/R    Butterfree    Lvl 10   7C
012 - Butterfree   Bug            B/R    - - -         - - -    7D
013 - Weedle       Bug/Poison     B/R    Kakuna        Lvl 7    70
014 - Kakuna       Bug/Poison     B/R    Beedrill      Lvl 10   71
015 - Beedrill     Bug/Poison     B/R    - - -         - - -    72
016 - Pidgey       Normal/Flying  B/R    Pidgeotto     Lvl 18   24
017 - Pidgeotto    Normal/Flying  B/R    Pidgeot       Lvl 36   96
018 - Pidgeot      Normal/Flying  B/R    - - -         - - -    97
019 - Rattata      Normal         R/B    Raticate      Lvl 20   A5
020 - Raticate     Normal         R/B    - - -         - - -    A6
021 - Spearow      Normal/Flying  R/B    Fearow        Lvl 20   05
022 - Fearow       Normal/Flying  R/B    - - -         - - -    23
###
###
025 - Pikachu      Electric       B/R    Raichu        Thunder  54
026 - Raichu       Electric       B/R    - - -         - - -    55
027 - Sandshrew    Ground         Blue   Sandslash     Lvl 22   60
028 - Sandslash    Ground         Blue   - - -         - - -    61
029 - Nidoran      Poison         B/R    Nidorina      Lvl 16   0F
030 - Nidorina     Poison         B/R    Nidoqueen     Moon     A8
031 - Nidoqueen    Poison         B/R    - - -         - - -    10
032 - Nidorano     Poison         R/B    Nidorino      Lvl 16   03
033 - Nidorino     Poison         R/B    Nidoking      Moon     A7
034 - Nidoking     Poison         R/B    - - -         - - -    07
035 - Clefairy     Normal         R/B    Clefable      Moon     04
036 - Clefable     Normal         R/B    - - -         - - -    8E
037 - Vulpix       Fire           Blue   Ninetales     Fire     52
038 - Ninetales    Fire           Blue   - - -         - - -    53
039 - Jigglypuff   Normal         R/B    Wigglytuff    Moon     64
040 - Wigglytuff   Normal         R/B    - - -         - - -    65
041 - Zubat        Poison/Flying  R/B    Golbat        Lvl 22   6B
042 - Golbat       Poison/Flying  R/B    - - -         - - -    82
###
###
###
046 - Paras        Bug/Grass      B/R    Parasect      Lvl 21   6D
047 - Parasect     Bug/Grass      B/R    - - -         - - -    2E
048 - Venonat      Bug            B/R    Venomoth      Lvl 34   41
049 - Venomoth     Bug            B/R    - - -         - - -    77
050 - Diglett      Ground         B/R    Dugtrio       G 3's    3B
051 - Dugtrio      Ground         B/R    - - -         - - -    76
052 - Meowth       Normal         Blue   Persian       Lvl 28   4D
053 - Persian      Normal         Blue   - - -         - - -    90
054 - Psyduck      Psychic        B/R    Golduck       Lvl 33   2F
055 - Golduck      Psychic        B/R    - - -         - - -    80
###
###
###
###
060 - Poliwag      Water          B/R    Poliwhirl     Lvl 25   47
061 - Poliwhirl    Water          B/R    Poliwrath     Water    6E
062 - Poliwrath    Water          B/R    - - -         - - -    6F
063 - Abra         Psychic        B/R    Kadabra       Lvl 16   94
064 - Kadabra      Psychic        B/R    Alakazam      TBL      26
065 - Alakazam     Psychic        B/R    - - -         - - -    95
066 - Machop       Fighting       B/R    Machoke       Lvl 28   6A
067 - Machoke      Fighting       B/R    Machamp       TBL      29
068 - Machamp      Fighting       B/R    - - -         - - -    7E
069 - Bellsprout   Grass/Poison   Blue   Weepinbell    Lvl 21   BC
070 - Weepinbell   Grass/Poison   Blue   Victreebel    Leaf     BD
071 - Victreebel   Grass/Poison   Blue   - - -         - - -    BE
072 - Tentacool    Water/Poison   R/B    Tentacruel    Lvl 30   18
073 - Tentacruel   Water/Poison   R/B    - - -         - - -    9B
074 - Geodude      Rock/Ground    B/R    Graveler      Lvl 25   A9
075 - Graveler     Rock/Ground    B/R    Golem         TBL      27
076 - Golem        Rock/Ground    B/R    - - -         - - -    31
077 - Ponyta       Fire           B/R    Rapidash      Lvl 40   A3
078 - Rapidash     Fire           B/R    - - -         - - -    A4
079 - Slowpoke     Water/Psychic  B/R    Slowbro       Lvl 32   25
080 - Slowbro      Water/Psychic  B/R    - - -         - - -    08
081 - Magnemite    Electric       B/R    Magneton      Lvl 30   AD
082 - Magneton     Electric       B/R    - - -         - - -    36
083 - Farfetch'd   Normal/Flying  B/R    - - -         - - -    40
084 - Doduo        Normal/Flying  B/R    Dodrio        Lvl 31   46
085 - Dodrio       Normal/Flying  B/R    - - -         - - -    74
086 - Seel         Water          B/R    Dewgong       Lvl 34   3A
087 - Dewgong      Water          B/R    - - -         - - -    78
088 - Grimer       Poison         B/R    Muk           Lvl 38   0D
089 - Muk          Poison         B/R    - - -         - - -    88
090 - Shellder     Water          B/R    Cloyster      Water    17
091 - Cloyster     Water          B/R    - - -         - - -    8B
092 - Gastly       Ghost          B/R    Haunter       Lvl 25   19
093 - Haunter      Ghost          B/R    Gengar        TBL      93
094 - Gengar       Ghost          B/R    - - -         - - -    0E
095 - Onix         Rock/Ground    B/R    - - -         - - -    22
096 - Drowzee      Psychic        B/R    Hypno         Lvl 26   30
097 - Hypno        Psychic        B/R    - - -         - - -    81
098 - Krabby       Water          B/R    Kingler       Lvl 28   4E
099 - Kingler      Water          B/R    - - -         - - -    8A
100 - Voltorb      Electric       B/R    Electrode     Lvl 30   06
101 - Electrode    Electric       B/R    - - -         - - -    8D
102 - Eggsecute    Grass/Psychic  B/R    Exeggutor     Leaf     0C
103 - Exeggutor    Grass/Psychic  B/R    - - -         - - -    0A
104 - Cubone       Ground         B/R    Marowak       Lvl 28   11
105 - Marowak      Ground         B/R    - - -         - - -    91
106 - Hitmonlee    Fighting       B/R    - - -         - - -    2B
107 - Hitmonchan   Fighting       B/R    - - -         - - -    2C
###
109 - Koffing      Poison         B/R    Weezing       Lvl 35   37
110 - Weezing      Poison         B/R    - - -         - - -    8F
111 - Rhyhorn      Rock/Ground    B/R    Rhydon        Lvl 42   12
112 - Rhydon       Rock/Ground    B/R    - - -         - - -    01
113 - Chansey      Normal         B/R    - - -         - - -    28
114 - Tangela      Grass          B/R    - - -         - - -    1E
115 - Kangaskhan   Normal         B/R    - - -         - - -    02
116 - Horsea       Water/Dragon   B/R    Seadra        Lvl 32   5C
117 - Seadra       Water/Dragon   B/R    - - -         - - -    5D
118 - Goldeen      Water          B/R    Seaking       Lvl 33   9D
119 - Seaking      Water          B/R    - - -         - - -    9E
120 - Staryu       Water/Psychic  B/R    Starmie       Water    1B
121 - Starmie      Water/Psychic  B/R    - - -         - - -    98
122 - Mr. Mime     Psychic        B/R    - - -         - - -    2A
###
124 - Jynx         Psychic        B/R    - - -         - - -    48
###
126 - Magmar       Fire           Blue   - - -         - - -    33
127 - Pinsir       Normal         Blue   - - -         - - -    1D
128 - Tauros       Normal         R/B    - - -         - - -    3C
129 - Magikarp     Water          R/B    Gyarados      Lvl 20   85
130 - Gyarados     Water/Flying   R/B    - - -         - - -    16
131 - Lapras       Water          R/B    - - -         - - -    13
132 - Ditto        Normal         R/B    - - -         - - -    4C
133 - Eevee        Normal         R/B    134,135,136   W, T, F  66
134 - Vaporeon     Water          R/B    - - -         - - -    69
135 - Jolteon      Electric       R/B    - - -         - - -    68
136 - Flareon      Fire           R/B    - - -         - - -    67
137 - Porygon      Psychic        R/B    - - -         - - -    AA
138 - Omanyte      Water          R/B    Omastar       Lvl 40   62
139 - Omastar      Water          R/B    - - -         - - -    63
140 - Kabuto       Rock/Water     R/B    Kabutops      Lvl 40   5A
141 - Kabutops     Rock/Water     R/B    - - -         - - -    5B
142 - Aerodactyl   Flying         R/B    - - -         - - -    AB
143 - Snorlax      Normal         R/B    - - -         - - -    84
144 - Articuno     Ice            R/B    - - -         - - -    4A
145 - Zapdos       Electric       R/B    - - -         - - -    4B
146 - Moltres      Fire           R/B    - - -         - - -    49
147 - Dratini      Dragon         R/B    Dragonair     Lvl 30   58
148 - Dragonair    Dragon         R/B    Dragonite     Lvl 55   59
149 - Dragonite    Dragon         R/B    - - -         - - -    42
150 - Mewtwo       Psychic        R/B    - - -         - - -    83
151 - Mew          Psychic        R/B    - - -         - - -    15

(o)>-------------------------=((<o>))=---------------------------<(o)
 \_.-                 POKéMON EVOLUTION LISTS                    -._/

This is the list of Evolutions that are caused by normal
circumstances:

      At Level 07: #010 Caterpie               #011 Metapod 
      At Level 07: #013 Weedle                 #014 Kakuna 
      At Level 10: #011 Metapod                #012 Butterfree 
      At Level 10: #014 Kakuna                 #015 Beedrill 
      At Level 16: #001 Bulbasaur              #002 Ivysaur 
      At Level 16: #004 Charmander             #005 Charmeleon 
      At Level 16: #007 Squirtle               #008 Wartortle 
      At Level 16: #063 Abra                   #064 Kadabra 
      At Level 16: #029 Nidoran(female)        #030 Nidorina 
      At Level 16: #032 Nidoran(male)          #033 Nidorino 
      At Level 18: #016 Pidgey                 #017 Pidgeotto 
      At Level 20: #019 Rattata                #020 Raticate 
      At Level 20: #021 Spearow                #022 Fearow 
      At Level 20: #129 Magikarp               #130 Gyarados 
      At Level 21: #069 Bellsprout             #070 Weepinbell 
      At Level 22: #023 Ekans                  #024 Arbok 
      At Level 22: #027 Sandshrew              #028 Sandslash 
      At Level 22: #041 Zubat                  #042 Golbat 
      At Level 22: #043 Oddish                 #044 Gloom 
      At Level 24: #046 Paras                  #047 Parasect 
      At Level 25: #060 Poliwag                #061 Poliwhirl 
      At Level 25: #074 Geodude                #075 Graveler 
      At Level 25: #092 Gastly                 #093 Haunter 
      At Level 26: #050 Diglett                #051 Dugtrio 
      At Level 26: #096 Drowzee                #097 Hypno 
      At Level 28: #052 Meowth                 #053 Persian 
      At Level 28: #056 Mankey                 #057 Primeape 
      At Level 28: #066 Machop                 #067 Machoke 
      At Level 28: #098 Krabby                 #099 Kingler 
      At Level 28: #104 Cubone                 #105 Marowak 
      At Level 30: #072 Tentacool              #073 Tentacruel 
      At Level 30: #081 Magnemite              #082 Magneton 
      At Level 30: #100 Voltorb                #101 Electrode 
      At Level 30: #147 Dratini                #148 Dragonair 
      At Level 31: #048 Venonat                #049 Venomoth 
      At Level 31: #084 Doduo                  #085 Dodrio 
      At Level 32: #002 Ivysaur                #003 Venusaur 
      At Level 32: #116 Horsea                 #117 Seadra 
      At Level 33: #054 Psyduck                #055 Golduck 
      At Level 33: #118 Goldeen                #119 Seaking 
      At Level 34: #086 Seel                   #087 Dewgong 
      At Level 35: #109 Koffing                #110 Weezing 
      At Level 36: #005 Charmeleon             #006 Charizard 
      At Level 36: #008 Wartortle              #009 Blastoise 
      At Level 36: #017 Pidgeotto              #018 Pidgeott 
      At Level 37: #079 Slowpoke               #080 Slowbro 
      At Level 38: #088 Grimer                 #089 Muk 
      At Level 40: #077 Ponyta                 #078 Rapidash 
      At Level 40: #138 Omanyte                #139 Omastar 
      At Level 40: #140 Kabuto                 #141 Kabutops 
      At Level 42: #111 Rhyhorn                #112 Rhydon 
      At Level 55: #148 Dragonair              #149 Dragonite

This is the list of Evolutions that are caused by using special
items:

      Fire Stone:     #037 Vulpix              #038 Ninetails
      Fire Stone:     #058 Growlithe           #059 Arcanine
      Fire Stone:     #133 Eevee               #136 Flareon
      Leaf Stone:     #044 Gloom               #045 Vileplume
      Leaf Stone:     #070 Weepinbell          #071 Victreebell
      Leaf Stone:     #102 Exeggcute           #103 Exeggutor
      Moon Stone:     #030 Nidorina            #031 Nidoqueen
      Moon Stone:     #033 Nidorino            #034 Nidoking
      Moon Stone:     #035 Clefairy            #036 Clefable
      Moon Stone:     #039 Jigglypuff          #040 Wigglytuff
      Thunder Stone:  #025 Pikachu             #026 Raichu
      Thunder Stone:  #133 Eevee               #135 Jolteon
      Water Stone:    #061 Poliwhirl           #062 Polywrath
      Water Stone:    #090 Shellder            #091 Cloyster
      Water Stone:    #120 Staryu              #121 Starmie
      Water Stone:    #133 Eevee               #134 Vaporeon

This is the list of Evolutions that are caused by trading Pokémon
with another Trainer:

      Trade:  #64 Kadabra                      #65 Alakazam
      Trade:  #67 Machoke                      #68 Machamp
      Trade:  #75 Graveler                     #76 Golem
      Trade:  #93 Haunter                      #94 Gengar

(o)>-------------------------=((<o>))=---------------------------<(o)
 \_.-                NO$GAMEBOY EMULATION TRICK                  -._/

It's very easy.. just follow these directions below. The No$Gameboy
is an emulator.. just to remind the people who don't have the game
on the comp. 

     1. Find your saved Pokemon game. It should either be 
        pokered.sav or pokeblue.sav 
     2. Change pokered, if you have pokered.sav to pokeblue.sv2
        If you have pokeblue.sav, change it to pokered.sv2
     3. Now go to your debugging option then change 1 Machine to 2 
        Machines. 
     4. Take the 1st one (pokered.sav or pokeblue.sav, the one that
        didn't get changed), and go to the Pokemon Center
     5. Switch to the 2nd machine.. and do #4.. just in different
        words. 
     6. Bam! There.. you can trade now

(o)>-------------------------=((<o>))=---------------------------<(o)
 \_.-                 CATCHING SECRET POKéMON                    -._/

  OK ((SORRY ABOUT THE CAPS BUT PEOPLE JUST ARE NOT READING THIS!))
  ALL THE METHODS OF CATCHING SECRET POKéMON THAT I HAVE HERE WERE,
GIVEN TO ME ((AS IN I HAVN"T GOT THEM YET AND WHEN I DO, I WILL NOTE
 IT.)) SO COULD YOU PLEASE NOT TELL ME THAT THEY DON"T WORK, AT THE
 MOMENT I THINK IT MIGHT BE A VERSION THING, IE US, JAP, AUS VERSION
     COMPATABILITY WITH THE CODES. SORRY IF I CAUSED ANY TROUBLE.

GAMESHARK CODE CHEATS FOR POKéGODS

Gameshark Codes for the American Versions of Pokémon Red and Blue
Warning: Use them at your own risk. These codes will cause these
two things to happen to your GameBoy only while any of these Pokémon
except Mew are in your party:

1. Opposing Pokémon's Portraits appear backwards 
2. Your Pokémon's pics in battle appear corrupt 

Note: For specific Pokémon to begin to learn attacks equip it with
one TM of your choice. Make suer you do this or your Pokémon will 
not learn any specific attacks!

How To Get Pikablu
     01E764D1
     First enter the code in GameShark then set the switch on your 
     GameShark to normal. Put in the first place of your party a 
     Raichu. Turn on the switch. Now go to Lavender town and rename 
     Raichu PIKABLU ( In Caps ). Pikablu is yours!

How To Get Locustod
     01E464D1
     First enter the code in GameShark then set the switch on your 
     GameShark to normal. Put in the first place of your party a 
     ButterFree. Turn on the switch. Now go to Lavender town and 
     rename ButterFree LOCUSTOD ( In Caps ). Locustod is yours! He
     is Pokémon number #175.
 
How To Get Rainer
     01C164D1
     First enter the code in GameShark then set the switch on your 
     GameShark to normal. Put in the first place of your party a 
     Blastoise. Turn on the switch. Now go to Lavender town and 
     rename Blastoise RAINER ( In Caps ). Rainer is yours! He is 
     Pokémon number #205.
 
How To Get Psybur
     01F264D1
     First enter the code in GameShark then set the switch on your 
     GameShark to normal. Put in the first place of your party a 
     Pokémon of your choice. Turn on the switch. Now go to Lavender 
     town and rename that Pokémon PSYBUR ( In Caps ). Psybur is 
     yours! He is Pokémon number #209.
 
How To Get Psybird
     01E164D1
     First enter the code in GameShark then set the switch on your 
     GameShark to normal. Put in the first place of your party a 
     Pokémon of your choice. Turn on the switch. Now go to Lavender 
     Town and rename that Pokémon PSYBIRD ( In Caps ). Psybird is 
     yours! He is Pokémon number #211.
 
How To Get Spooky
     01F164D1
     First enter the code in GameShark then set the switch on your 
     GameShark to normal. Put in the first place of your party a 
     Gengar. Turn on the switch. Now go to Lavender town and rename 
     Gengar SPOOKY ( In Caps ). Spooky is yours! He is Pokémon
     number #213.
 
How To Get Raticlaw
     01ED64D1
     First enter the code in GameShark then set the switch on your 
     GameShark to normal. Put in the first place of your party a 
     Raticate. Turn on the switch. Now go to Lavender town and 
     rename Raticate RATICLAW ( In Caps ). Raticlaw is yours! He is 
     Pokémon number #224.
 
How To Get POKeMANIAC
     01C264D1
     First enter the code in GameShark then set the switch on your
     GameShark to normal. Put in the first place of your party a 
     Pokémon of your choice. Turn on the switch. Now go to Lavender 
     town and rename that Pokémon POKeMANIAC ( In Caps ). POKeMANIAC 
     is yours! He is Pokémon number #234.
 
How To Get Sapusaur
     01E364D1
     First enter the code in GameShark then set the switch on your 
     GameShark to normal. Put in the first place of your party a 
     Venusaur. Turn on the switch. Now go to Lavender town and 
     rename Venusaur SAPUSAUR ( In Caps ). Sapusaur is yours! He is 
     Pokémon number #240.
 
How To Get Charcolt
     01E264D1
     First enter the code in GameShark then set the switch on your 
     GameShark to normal. Put in the first place of your party a 
     Charizard. Turn on the switch. Now go to Lavender town and 
     rename Charizard CHARCOLT ( In Caps ). Charcolt is yours! He is 
     Pokémon number #245.
 
How To Get Anthrax
     01E364D1
     First enter the code in GameShark then set the switch on your 
     GameShark to normal. Now make sure you have one free space in 
     your party and one Pokémon that has a sleep ability such as 
     Venusaur's Sleep Powder. Next, go to a grass area and turn on 
     the GameShark. A Pokémon with a corrupt picture should appear. 
     Put it to sleep and throw an Ultra Ball. When it asks you if
     you want to rename your Pokémon say yes. Name it ANTHRAX ( In 
     Caps ). The extremely rare Anthrax is yours! He is Pokémon 
     number #250.
 
How To Get Beepin
     01F464D1
     First enter the code in GameShark then set the switch on your 
     GameShark to normal. Put in the first place of your party a 
     BeeDrill. Turn on the switch. Now go to Lavender town and 
     rename BeeDrill BEEPIN ( In Caps ). Beepin is yours! He is 
     Pokémon number #254.
 
How To Get Missingno
     0120D8CF 
     When you put in the Game Shark code just fight any regular 
     Pokémon, catch it, and it'll become Missingno.  Missingno is
     the 4th Legendary Flying Pokémon and has no Pokédex Data and 
     Picture. He is Pokémon #000.
 
How To Get Millenum
     01F564D1
     First enter the code in GameShark then set the switch on your 
     GameShark to normal. Put in the first place of your party a 
     Pokémon of your choice. Turn on the switch. Now go to Lavender 
     town and rename that Pokémon Millenum ( In Caps ). Millenum is 
     yours! He is Pokémon number #255.

<ENDE OF GAMESHARK CODES>

MEW

   1. Go to Ceruelean City, and walk north to Bill's house. Talk to
      Bill when he is still in a Pokémon form and wait until he goes
      into the machine. Exit and FLY to Cinnabar Island. SURF up and
      down the right hand side of Cinnabar Island. You should fight
      Mews, although some people fight Kakunas, Abras, and the other
      Pokémon that are around Bill's house. You may also be able to
      talk to Bill when he is human, although that does not always
      work, and has not been confirmer.
   2. Play through the whole game without going onto the S.S. Anne. 
      Get a Pokémon from a friend that has cut on it. After beating
      the game (you don't have to get all 150 Pokémon), surf off the
      dock where you go onto the S.S. Anne. Go right (it may be the
      left, try exploring) and you may fight a Mew. You also may have
      to use Strength on a truck that is there. People also say that
      you may be albe to get it somewhere in the Unknown Dungeon. The
      best way is to catch Pokémon over Level 100, and if you are
      lucky, your game might fight Mews, because it is random Pokémon
      that you fight using that trick.
   3. To get Mew go to the SS Anne guy who asks for you ticket then 
      surf to the right and you will find an island with a boulder 
      and bushes on it. Hack the bushes and move the boulders then 
      you will find a pokeball with Mew in it.
   4. (Not Confirmed): Once you have all 150 Pokemon battle a friend
      in the Colosium using the game link cable. When you have 
      finished the battle, go to the Celedon Mansion too where you 
      got Eevee, and Mew should be sitting right there. 

PIKABLU - This code has been approved by Nintendo and will not mess
          any part of your game up. Perfectly clean and won't erase
          any data.

      To catch Pikablu in any Version follow these simple steps to
      catch him!
      1. First you must catch all 150 Pokémon without the Gameshark.
      2. Then you also must have Seventeen of your Pokémon at Lv 100.
      3. Then when all of these tasks are complete, go to the guy in
         Pewter City who asks you if you have been to the Museum yet.
         Say No so he takes you to the door.
      4. Then go into the Museum and go upstairs and talk to the
         Lady who says "I want my father to catch me a Pikachu!".
      5. After you talk to her, immediatly come out of the door and
         once you come out of the door do not take any steps forward,
         left or right. Immediatly use fly and go to Celedon City.
      6. Go to the Safari Zone and catch a Tuaros. Leave room in your
         Pokémon slots. So only bring 5 when you catch him. Then put
         Tuaros in your first slot.
      7. Go into the Game Corner and talk to the Lady that says "Go
         Next Door to the Coin Exchange Corner to use your coins to
         get great prizes!"
      8. But this time she will say, "Hey? You have all the Badges?
         WOW! Well then since you were nice enought to talk to me, I
         will give you this Pokémon I found stranded behind the 
         Pokémon Museum, he is so strong I can't control him. But
         since you have all the Badges, YOU TAKE HIM!"
      9. It will say, "You got ????????" Then when you try to use it,
         it will just be like you were pressing cancel and it will 
         exit every time you click on it. Then go to Proffesor Oak 
         and he will say the same then he says when you give him Oaks
         Parcel, it will say "YOU DELIVERED OAKS PARCEL!"
     10. Then when you go into your Pokémon line it will replace the
         Pokémon in your first slot. So put a spearow or something in
         first. It will still be called ???????? so go to the 
         Nickname guy and change it to Pikablu. It has a ElectricWave
         Psyshock, and Electrode.
     11. It is at Level 999 and Pikablu will appear in your Pokédex
         at 154. Looking like this.

            Name: Pikablu
            Type: ????????
            Height: 2' 3"
            Length: 3' 4"
            Weight: 34

            Attack: 999
            Defense: 999
            Special: 999

     ANOTHER WAY:
     Get Pikablu by using the Itemfinder in the water that you use to
     get to the Unknown Dungeon. You will find an item that inscribes
     that an unidenified pokemon was found at Cinnabar Island. Surf 
     up and down the coast where you find Missingno. (Code is below) 
     and you will eventully find Pikablu. He is hard to catch and I 
     suggest using a Masterball. He knows Ice and Electric attacks.

CHARCOLT
   1. Now you have to have either the birds at the top and 3 geodudes
      at the bottom, or the birds at the top and a geodude, a
      graveler, and a golem at the bottom. Then you go to the Celedon 
      City PokeMart and talk to the people that are trading, and one 
      of them should give you Charcolt.

FLARETH
   1. Too get Flareth you have to have 4 Moltres', and that's all in 
      your lineup. Then talk to the thirsty girl on the rooftop of 
      the PokeMart in Celadon City 100 times! Then talk to her once 
      more, she will get annoyed with you and give you Flareth to go 
      away.

MISSINGNO
      MISSINGNO. CAN SERIOUSLY MESS UP YOUR GAME, AND WILL SCREW UP
      THE HALL OF FAME LIST. NEITHER NINTENDO INC. OR I AM 
      RESPONSIBLE FOR THIS.

      Anyway, too get him you must trade with everyone in the lab. On
      Cinnabar Island. Then you surf up and down the right shore half
      land and half water. Eventully you will come to a battle and 
      your screen will go black for 5-10 seconds. The battle will be
      with a blurry guy named Missingno. He is #000. He will be LV80,
      but he really sucks. Use a pokemon at LV35+ to capture him.

POKéGODS
      PokéGods (Unconfirmed, pretty sure it's fake, but try) Too get
      any you have to have all 150. Then you put the 3 legendary
      birds (Moltres, Articuno, and Zapdos) at the front of your line
      up, and 3 Geodudes at the bottom. Then you have to talk to the
      dude who gives you the psychic TM in Saffron City. He should
      tell you about the PokéGods. Then do as followed with the 3
      legendary birds still at the top of your lineup. 

(o)>-------------------------=((<o>))=---------------------------<(o)
 \_.-                 CATCHING NORMAL POKéMON                    -._/

DITTO (Easily)
   1. Too catch Ditto easily put a LV5 Magikarp at the front of your
      lineup and let Ditto turn into it. 

(o)>-------------------------=((<o>))=---------------------------<(o)
 \_.-                 TECHNICAL MACHINE LIST                    -._/
     
     Skill        GS        Skill         GS        Skill          GS  

     ---------------        ----------------        -----------------  
    
01 - Mega Punch   05   18 - Counter       44   35 - Metronome      76
02 - Razor Wind   0D   19 - Seismic Toss  45   36 - Self Destruct  78
03 - Sword Dance  0E   20 - Rage          63   37 - Egg Bomb       79
04 - Whirlwind    12   21 - Mega Drain    48   38 - Fire Blast     7E
05 - Mega Kick    19   22 - Solarbeam     4C   39 - Swift          81
06 - Toxic        5C   23 - Dragon Rage   52   40 - Skull Bash     82
07 - Horn Drill   20   24 - Thunderbolt   55   41 - Soft-boiled    87
08 - Body Slam    22   25 - Thunder       57   42 - Dream Eater    8A
09 - Take Down    24   26 - Earthquake    59   43 - Sky Attack     8F
10 - Double Edge  26   27 - Fissure       5A   44 - Rest           9C
11 - Bubblebeam   3D   28 - Dig           5B   45 - Thunder Wave   56
12 - Water Gun    37   29 - Psychic       5E   46 - Psywave        95
13 - Ice Beam     3A   30 - Teleport      64   47 - Explosion      99
14 - Blizzard     3B   31 - Mimic         66   48 - Rock Slide     9D
15 - Hyper Beam   3F   32 - Double Team   68   49 - Tri Attack     A1
16 - Pay Day      06   33 - Reflect       74   50 - Substitute     A4
17 - Submission   42   34 - Bide          75

GAMESHARK CODES
   Going through the game you will probably miss 5-10% of these TM's 
so here are the codes for them. You now dont have to find the TM and 
train the Pokémon.
   To use these codes in your Pokémon you have to do this. Stand out 
in the middle of no-where, a town, route, water, or cave, it does not 
matter. Then select your Pokémon and put it in the first position on 
the list. Then choose the skills that you want and enter them using 
these codes. Remember your Pokémon only has four skill slots. 
   Where it has ## you have to put the code that is beside the 
Pokémon Skill in the list above. Here are the base codes for each 
Pokémon Skill slots. 

                 SLOT 1: 01##73D1   SLOT 2: 01##74D1   
                 SLOT 3: 01##75D1   SLOT 4: 01##76D1  

WARNING - It is known that tampering with games and there data can 
cause some damage to the program. I do not hold any responsibility
for any damage that is inflicted to your program if you use these 
codes. All use of these codes are under the knowledge that it may 
cause damage, and it is the willing of the user that s/he proceeds 
past this point of warning.

(o)>-------------------------=((<o>))=---------------------------<(o)
 \_.-                   POKéMON SKILLS LIST                     -._/

     Skill        GS        Skill         GS        Skill          GS
     ---------------        ----------------        -----------------
?? - Absorb       47   ?? - Harden        6A   ?? - Rock Throw     58
?? - Acid         33   ?? - Haze          72   ?? - Rolling Kick   1B
?? - Acid Armor   97   ?? - Head Butt     1D   ?? - Sand Attack    1C
?? - Agility      61   ?? - Hi Jump Kick  88   ?? - Scratch        0A
?? - Amnesia      85   ?? - Horn Attack   1E   ?? - Screech        67
?? - Aurora Beam  3E   ?? - Hydro Pump    38   ?? - Sharpen        9F
?? - Barrage      8C   ?? - Hyper Fang    9E   ?? - Sing           2F
?? - Barrier      70   ?? - Hypnosis      5F   ?? - Slam           15
?? - Bird         14   ?? - Ice Punch     08   ?? - Slash          A3
?? - Bite         2C   ?? - Jump Kick     1A   ?? - Sleep Powder   4F
?? - Boomerang    9B   ?? - Karate Chop   02   ?? - Sludge         7C
?? - Bone Club    7D   ?? - Kinesis       86   ?? - Smog           7B
?? - Bubble       91   ?? - Leech Life    8D   ?? - Smoke Screen   6C
?? - Clamp        80   ?? - Leech Seed    49   ?? - Sonicboom      31
?? - Comet Punch  04   ?? - Leer          2B   ?? - Spike Cannon   83
?? - Confuse Ray  6D   ?? - Lick          7A   ?? - Splash         96
?? - Confusion    5D   ?? - Light Screen  71   ?? - Spore          93 
?? - Constrict    84   ?? - Lovely Kiss   8E   ?? - Stomp          17 
?? - Conversion   A0   ?? - Low Kick      43   ?? - String Shot    51
?? - Crabhammer   98   ?? - Meditate      60   ?? - Struggle       A5
?? - Defense Curl 6F   ?? - Minimize      6B   ?? - Stun Spore     4E
?? - Disable      32   ?? - Mirror Move   77   ?? - Super Fang     A2
?? - Dizzy Punch  92   ?? - Mist          36   ?? - Supersonic     30
?? - Double Kick  18   ?? - Night Shade   65   ?? - Tackle         21 
?? - Double Slap  03   ?? - Peck          40   ?? - Tail Whip      27
?? - Drill Peck   41   ?? - Petal Dance   50   ?? - Thrash         25
?? - Ember        34   ?? - Pin Missile   2A   ?? - Thunder Punch  09
?? - Fire Punch   07   ?? - Poison Gas    8B   ?? - Thundershock   54
?? - Fire Spin    53   ?? - Poisonpowder  4D   ?? - Transform      90 
?? - Flamethrower 35   ?? - Poison Sting  28   ?? - Twin Edle      29
?? - Fury Attack  1F   ?? - Pound         01   ?? - Vice Grip      0B
?? - Fury Swipes  9A   ?? - Psybeam       3C   ?? - Vine Whip      16
?? - Guillotine   0C   ?? - Quick Attack  62   ?? - Waterfall      7F
?? - Glare        89   ?? - Razor Leaf    4B   ?? - Wing Attack    11
?? - Growl        2D   ?? - Recover       69   ?? - Withdraw       6E
?? - Growth       4A   ?? - Reflect       73   ?? - Wrap           23 
?? - Gust         10   ?? - Roar          2E                       

Both the Numbers for the TM's and HM's use the same set of code slots
so see below the HM list for how to use them. 

Here is an alphabetical list with some extra details.

          +----------------------+----------------+----+
          | Name                 | Type           | PP |##
          +----------------------+----------------+----+##
            ##############################################
          +----------------------+----------------+----+##
          | Absorb               | Grass          | 20 |##
          | Acid                 | Poison         | 30 |##
          | Acid Armor           | Poison         | 40 |##
          | Agility              | Psychic        | 30 |##
          | Amnesia              | Psychic        | 20 |##
          | Aurora Beam          | Ice            | 20 |##
          +----------------------+----------------+----+##
            ##############################################
          +----------------------+----------------+----+##
          | Barrage              | Normal         | 20 |##
          | Barrier              | Psychic        | 30 |##
          | Bide                 | Normal         | 10 |##
          | Bind                 | Normal         | 20 |##
          | Bite                 | Normal         | 25 |##
          | Body Slam            | Normal         | 15 |##
          | Bone Club            | Ground         | 20 |##
          | Bonemerang           | Ground         | 10 |##
          | Bubble               | Water          | 30 |##
          | Bubblebeam           | Water          | 20 |##
          +----------------------+----------------+----+##
            ##############################################
          +----------------------+----------------+----+##
          | Clamp                | Water          | 10 |##
          | Comet Punch          | Normal         | 15 |##
          | Confuse Ray          | Ghost          | 10 |##
          | Confusion            | Psychic        | 25 |##
          | Constrict            | Normal         | 25 |##
          | Conversion           | Normal         | 30 |##
          | Counter              | Fighting       | 20 |##
          | Crabhammer           | Water          | 10 |##
          | Cut                  | Normal         | 30 |##
          +----------------------+----------------+----+##
            ##############################################
          +----------------------+----------------+----+##
          | Defense Curl         | Normal         | 40 |##
          | Dig                  | Ground         | 10 |##
          | Disable              | Normal         | 20 |##
          | Dizzy Punch          | Normal         | 10 |##
          | Double Kick          | Fighting       | 30 |##
          | Double Team          | Normal         | 15 |##
          | Double-Edge          | Normal         | 15 |##
          | Doubleslap           | Normal         | 10 |##
          | Dragon Rage          | Dragon         | 10 |##
          | Dream Eater          | Psychic        | 15 |##
          | Drill Peck           | Flying         | 20 |##
          +----------------------+----------------+----+##
            ##############################################
          +----------------------+----------------+----+##
          | Earthquake           | Ground         | 10 |##
          | Egg Bomb             | Normal         | 10 |##
          | Explosion            | Normal         | 05 |##.
          +----------------------+----------------+----+##
            ##############################################
          +----------------------+----------------+----+##
          | Fire Blast           | Fire           | 05 |##
          | Fire Punch           | Fire           | 15 |##
          | Fire Spin            | Fire           | 15 |##
          | Fissure              | Ground         | 05 |##
          | Flamethrower         | Fire           | 15 |##
          | Flash                | Normal         | 20 |##
          | Fly                  | Flying         | 15 |##
          | Focus Energy         | Normal         | 30 |##
          | Fury Attack          | Normal         | 20 |##
          | Fury Swipes          | Normal         | 15 |##
          +----------------------+----------------+----+##
            ##############################################
          +----------------------+----------------+----+##
          | Glare                | Normal         | 30 |##
          | Growl                | Normal         | 40 |##
          | Growth               | Normal         | 40 |##
          | Guillotine           | Normal         | 05 |##
          | Gust                 | Normal         | 35 |##
          +----------------------+----------------+----+##
            ##############################################
          +----------------------+----------------+----+##
          | Harden               | Normal         | 30 |##
          | Haze                 | Ice            | 30 |##
          | Head Butt            | Normal         | 15 |##
          | Hi Jump Kick         | Fighting       | 20 |##
          | Horn Attack          | Normal         | 25 |##
          | Horn Drill           | Normal         | 05 |##
          | Hydro Pump           | Water          | 05 |##
          | Hyper Beam           | Normal         | 05 |##
          | Hyper Fang           | Normal         | 15 |##
          | Hypnosis             | Psychic        | 20 |##
          +----------------------+----------------+----+##
            ##############################################
          +----------------------+----------------+----+##
          | Ice Beam             | Ice            | 10 |##
          | Ice Punch            | Ice            | 15 |##
          +----------------------+----------------+----+##
            ##############################################
          +----------------------+----------------+----+##
          | Jump Kick            | Fighting       | 25 |##
          +----------------------+----------------+----+##
            ##############################################
          +----------------------+----------------+----+##
          | Karate Chop          | Normal         | 25 |##
          +----------------------+----------------+----+##
            ##############################################
          +----------------------+----------------+----+##
          | Leech Life           | Bug            | 15 |##
          | Leech Seed           | Grass          | 10 |##
          | Leer                 | Normal         | 30 |##
          | Lick                 | Ghost          | 30 |##
          | Light Screen         | Psychic        | 30 |##
          | Lovely Kiss          | Normal         | 10 |##
          | Low Kick             | Fighting       | 20 |##
          +----------------------+----------------+----+##
            ##############################################
          +----------------------+----------------+----+##
          | Meditate             | Psychic        | 40 |##
          | Mega Drain           | Grass          | 10 |##
          | Mega Kick            | Normal         | 05 |##
          | Mega Punch           | Normal         | 20 |##
          | Metronome            | Normal         | 10 |##
          | Mimic                | Normal         | 10 |##
          | Minimize             | Normal         | 20 |##
          | Mirror Move          | Flying         | 20 |##
          | Mist                 | Ice            | 30 |##
          +----------------------+----------------+----+##
            ##############################################
          +----------------------+----------------+----+##
          | Night Shade          | Ghost          | 15 |##
          +----------------------+----------------+----+##
            ##############################################
          +----------------------+----------------+----+##
          | Pay Day              | Normal         | 20 |##
          | Peck                 | Flying         | 35 |##
          | Petal Dance          | Grass          | 20 |##
          | Pin Missle           | Bug            | 20 |##
          | Poison Gas           | Poison         | 40 |##
          | Poison Sting         | Poison         | 35 |##
          | Poison Powder        | Poison         | 35 |##
          | Psybeam              | Psychic        | 20 |##
          | Psychic              | Psychic        | 10 |##
          | Psywave              | Psychic        | 15 |##
          +----------------------+----------------+----+##
            ##############################################
          +----------------------+----------------+----+##
          | Quick Attack         | Normal         | 30 |##
          +----------------------+----------------+----+##
            ##############################################
          +----------------------+----------------+----+##
          | Rage                 | Normal         | 20 |##
          | Razor Leaf           | Grass          | 25 |##
          | Razor Wind           | Normal         | 10 |##
          | Recover              | Normal         | 20 |##
          | Reflect              | Psychic        | 20 |##
          | Rest                 | Psychic        | 10 |##
          | Roar                 | Normal         | 20 |##
          | Rock Slide           | Rock           | 10 |##
          | Rolling Kick         | Fighting       | 15 |##
          +----------------------+----------------+----+##
            ##############################################
          +----------------------+----------------+----+##
          | Sand-Attack          | Normal         | 15 |##
          | Scratch              | Normal         | 30 |##
          | Screech              | Normal         | 40 |##
          | Seismic Toss         | Fighting       | 20 |##
          | Self Destruct        | Normal         | 05 |##
          | Sharpen              | Normal         | 30 |##
          | Sing                 | Normal         | 15 |##
          | Skull Bash           | Normal         | 15 |##
          | Sky Attack           | Flying         | 05 |##
          | Slam                 | Normal         | 20 |##
          | Slash                | Normal         | 20 |##
          | Sleep Powder         | Grass          | 15 |##
          | Sludge               | Poison         | 20 |##
          | Smog                 | Poison         | 20 |##
          | Smokescreen          | Normal         | 20 |##
          | Softboiled           | Normal         | 10 |##
          | Solar Beam           | Grass          | 10 |##
          | Sonicboom            | Normal         | 20 |##
          | Spike Cannon         | Normal         | 15 |##
          | Splash               | Normal         | 40 |##
          | Stomp                | Normal         | 20 |##
          | String Shot          | Bug            | 40 |##
          | Struggle             | Normal         | 10 |##
          | Stun Spore           | Grass          | 30 |##
          | Submission           | Fighting       | 25 |##
          | Substitute           | Normal         | 10 |##
          | Super Fang           | Normal         | 10 |##
          | Supersonic           | Normal         | 20 |##
          | Swift                | Normal         | 20 |##
          | Swords Dance         | Normal         | 30 |##
          +----------------------+----------------+----+##
            ##############################################
          +----------------------+----------------+----+##
          | Tackle               | Normal         | 35 |##
          | Tail Whip            | Normal         | 30 |##
          | Take Down            | Normal         | 20 |##
          | Teleport             | Psychic        | 20 |##
          | Thrash               | Normal         | 20 |##
          | Thunder              | Electric       | 10 |##
          | Thunder Wave         | Electric       | 20 |##
          | Thunderbolt          | Electric       | 15 |##
          | Thunderpunch         | Electric       | 15 |##
          | Thundershock         | Electric       | 30 |##
          | Toxic                | Poison         | 10 |##
          | Transform            | Normal         | 10 |##
          | Tri Attack           | Normal         | 10 |##
          | Twineedle            | Bug            | 20 |##
          +----------------------+----------------+----+##
            ##############################################
          +----------------------+----------------+----+##
          | Vicegrip             | Normal         | 30 |##
          | Vine Whip            | Grass          | 10 |##
          +----------------------+----------------+----+##
            ##############################################
          +----------------------+----------------+----+##
          | Water Gun            | Water          | 25 |##
          | Waterfall            | Water          | 15 |##
          | Whirlwind            | Normal         | 20 |##
          | Wing Attack          | Flying         | 35 |##
          | Withdraw             | Water          | 40 |##
          | Wrap                 | Normal         | 20 |##
          +----------------------+----------------+----+##
            ##############################################

(o)>-------------------------=((<o>))=---------------------------<(o)
 \_.-                   HIDDEN MACHINE LIST                     -._/
    
     Skill     G.S        Skill      G.S         Skill     G.S
     -------------        --------------         -------------
01 - Cut       0F    03 - Surf       39     05 - Flash     94
02 - Fly       13    04 - Strength   46  
                  
GAMESHARK CODES
   This list is of all the native skills that the Pokémon have, that 
you can't train them to do, until now. For example, a Squirtle who is
a Water Pokémon, that can use the skill Flamethrower, that is 
normally a fire attack. Yes these two things don't mix, but the still
work. So try it and boost your Pokémon up.
   To use these codes in your Pokémon you have to do this. Stand out 
in the middle of no-where, a town, route, water, or cave, it does not
matter. Then select your Pokémon and put it in the first position on 
the list. Then choose the skills that you want and enter them using 
these codes. Remember your Pokémon only has four skill slots. 
   Where it has ## you have to put the code that is beside the 
Pokémon Skill in the list above. Here are the base codes for each 
Pokémon Skill slots.

                 SLOT 1: 01##73D1   SLOT 2: 01##74D1   
                 SLOT 3: 01##75D1   SLOT 4: 01##76D1  

WARNING - It is known that tampering with games and there data can 
cause some damage to the program. I do not hold any responsibility 
for any damage that is inflicted to your program if you use these 
codes. All use of these codes are under the knowledge that it may 
cause damage, and it is the willing of the user that s/he proceeds 
past this point of warning.

(o)>-------------------------=((<o>))=---------------------------<(o)
 \_.-                  POKéMON BATTLE CHART                     -._/

   This complete Battle Chart was taken from a FREE magazine called 
POKéMON POWER, and converted for here by me. To my knowledge this is
only under a copyright situation when it comes down to replication 
out of a magazine, but I copied it out of the magazine because I 
found no copyright notice anywhere in it, plus I can also find it 
anywhere on the net. So here it is, from Paper to ASCII the POKéMON 
BATTLE CHART.

01 - Normal  04 - Electric  07 - Fighting  10 - Flying   13 - Rock
02 - Fire    05 - Grass     08 - Poison    11 - Psychic  14 - Ghost
03 - Water   06 - Ice       09 - Ground    12 - Bug      15 - Dragon

             (S)=Super   (G)=Good   (P)=Poor   (X)=Bad

        +--+---------------------------------------------+
        |XX|01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 |
        +--+---------------------------------------------+
        |01| G  G  G  G  G  G  G  G  G  G  G  G  P  X  G |
        |02| G  P  P  G  S  S  G  G  G  G  G  S  P  G  P |
        |03| G  S  P  P  P  G  G  G  S  G  G  G  S  G  P |
        |04| G  G  S  P  P  G  G  P  X  S  G  G  G  G  P |
        |05| G  P  S  G  P  G  G  G  S  P  G  P  S  G  P |
        |06| G  P  P  G  S  P  G  G  S  S  G  G  S  G  S |
        |07| S  G  G  G  G  S  G  P  G  P  P  P  S  X  G |
        |08| G  G  G  G  S  G  G  P  P  G  G  S  P  P  G |
        |09| G  S  G  S  P  G  G  S  G  X  G  P  S  G  G |
        |10| G  G  G  P  S  G  S  G  G  G  G  S  P  G  G |
        |11| G  G  G  G  G  G  S  S  G  G  P  G  G  G  G |
        |12| G  P  G  G  S  G  P  G  G  P  S  G  G  P  G |
        |13| G  S  G  G  G  S  P  G  P  S  G  S  G  G  G |
        |14| X  G  G  G  G  G  G  G  G  G  S  G  G  G  G |
        |15| G  G  G  G  G  G  G  G  G  G  G  G  G  G  S |
        +--+---------------------------------------------+

(o)>-------------------------=((<o>))=---------------------------<(o)
 \_.-                   POKéMON ITEM CHART                      -._/

ESSENTIALS
Item           GS  Item          GS  Item          GS  Items       GS
-----------------  ----------------  ----------------  --------------
Town Map       05  Poké-Dex      09  Oak's Parcel  46  Item Finder 47
Bicycle        06  Silph Scope   48  Poké Flute    49  Exp. All    4B
                                                       
BADGES
Item           GS  Item          GS  Item          GS  Item        GS
-----------------  ----------------  ----------------  --------------
Boulder Badge  15  Cacade Badge  16  Thunder Badge 17  Soul Badge  19
Rainbow Badge  18  Marsh Badge   1A  Volcano Badge 1B  Earth Badge 1C

POKé-BALLS
Item           GS  Item          GS  Item          GS  Item        GS
-----------------  ----------------  ----------------  --------------
Master Ball    01  Ultra Ball    02  Great Ball    03  Poké Ball   04
Safari Ball    08

STONES
Item           GS  Item          GS  Item          GS  Item        GS
-----------------  ----------------  ----------------  --------------
Moon Stone     0A   Fire Stone   20  Thunder Stone 21  Water Stone 22
Leaf Stone     2F                                                   

HEALING AND RECOVERY
Item           GS  Item          GS  Item          GS  Item        GS
-----------------  ----------------  ----------------  --------------
Antidote       0B  Burn Heal     0C  Ice Heal      0D  Awakening   0E
Parlyze Heal   0F  Full Restore  10  Max Potion    11  Potion      14
Hyper Potion   12  Super Potion  13  Full Heal     34  Revive      35
Max Revive     36  PP Up         4F  Ether         50  Max Ether   51
Elixer         52  Max Elixer    53

STATISTICAL ENHANCEMANT
Item           GS  Item          GS  Item          GS  Item        GS
-----------------  ----------------  ----------------  --------------
HP Up          23  Protein       24  Iron          25  Carbos      26
PP Up          32  Calcium       27  Rare Candy    28  X Accuracy  2E
X Attack       41  X Defend      42  X Speed       43  X Special   44

SPECIAL ITEMS
Item           GS  Item          GS  Item          GS   
-----------------  ----------------  ---------------- 
Old Amber      1F  Dome Fossil   29  Helix Fossil  2A
                  
MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS
Item           GS  Item          GS  Item          GS  Item        GS
-----------------  ----------------  ----------------  --------------
Secret Key     2B  Coin Case     45  Bike Voucher  2D  Card Key    30
Poké Doll      33  S.S. Ticket   3F  Gold Teeth    40  Fresh Water 3C
Soda Pop       3D  Lemonade      3E  Coin          3B  Escape Rope 1D
Repel          1E  Nugget        31  Grand Special 37  Super Repel 38
Max Repel      39  Dire Hit      3A  Lift Key      4A  Old Rod     4C
Good Rod       4D  Super Rod     4E 

SPECIAL ABILITY      
Item           GS   
-----------------   
Surf           07

GAMESHARK CODES
   To use these codes stand out in the middle of no-where and enter 
them in. Choose one of the items above and get the code you want then 
enter the code.
   Where it has ## you have to put the code that is beside the 
Pokémon Item in the list above. Here are the base codes for each 
Pokémon Item slots.

       SLOT 1: 01##1ED3   SLOT 5: 01##26D3   SLOT 9:  01##2ED3  
       SLOT 2: 01##20D3   SLOT 6: 01##28D3   SLOT 10: 01##30D3     
       SLOT 3: 01##22D3   SLOT 7: 01##2AD3     
       SLOT 4: 01##24D3   SLOT 8: 01##2CD3

   Then after that enter this next code with the amount of Items you
have put in where the ## is, otherwise you can't scroll down to get
your items.

   CODE:  01##1DD3

   00 - 1 Item      01 - 2 Items     02 - 3 Items     03 - 4 Items
   04 - 5 Items     05 - 6 Items     06 - 7 Items     07 - 8 Items
   08 - 9 Items     09 - 10 Items       

WARNING - It is known that tampering with games and there data can 
cause some damage to the program. I do not hold any responsibility 
for any damage that is inflicted to your program if you use these 
codes. All use of these codes are under the knowledge that it may 
cause damage, and it is the willing of the user that s/he proceeds
past this point of warning.

(o)>-------------------------=((<o>))=---------------------------<(o)
 \_.-                   MISCELLANEOUS CODES                     -._/

Infinite HP's in Battle             01FF16D0
No Random Battles                   01033CD1
Infinite Money                      019947D3   019948D3   019949D3


WARNING - It is known that tampering with games and there data can 
cause some damage to the program. I do not hold any responsibility 
for any damage that is inflicted to your program if you use these 
codes. All use of these codes are under the knowledge that it may 
cause damage, and it is the willing of the user that s/he proceeds
past this point of warning.

(o)>-------------------------=((<o>))=---------------------------<(o)
 \_.-               MISCELLANEOUS TIPS & TRICKS                  -._/

GET MISSINGNO.
    This has been tested. Beware! If you catch it, it will mess up
    your game! Don't blame me if it does. IT can mess up your hall 
    of fame. I suggest you build up pokemon against Missingno. 
    First, go to Viridian City and talk to the guy who teaches 
    you how to catch a Pokemon. When he asks if your busy, say no.
    After that, go to Cinnabar Island and start surfing 50% on land
    and water on the coast near the gym. You'll eventually fight 
    Missingno., beware! Sky Attack is really strong! Missingno. can
    easily be beaten if you have Pokemon Lv.30+

MORE DAMAGE ATTACK
    When you attack your opponent, press button A at the same time 
    you attack. You'll do more damage, this is like a  Time Attack
    on Super Mario RPG

DEFENSIVE ARMOUR
    When your opponent attacks you, press A, the damage will reduce.
    Same as above, except with the opponent attacking you.

GET KANGASKHAN EASILY
    Here's the bad part, you have to catch Missingno. at level 0.
    Missingno. will mess up your hall of fame! But Kangaskhan is 
    hard to catch. Catch Missingno. and level it to level 1, it'll
    evolve into Kangaskhan.

DON'T BATTLE!
    This is utterly useless, it's a waste of time. Just get a 
    cutting Pokemon and slice the grass. That would just probaly 
    waste a few seconds. Useless! You can just go around the grass!
    But if the area is fully grass, it would be useful.

DUPLICATE YOUR ITEMS!
    Look at the Missingno. trick at the top, then just battle 
    Missingno., don't catch it! Put the item you want to duplicate
    in the 6th slot of your items list. (ex. Masterball) Beat 
    Missingno. and your item will be duplicated(6th slot).

POKéMON DAYCARE EXPERIENCE
    If you put a pokemon in the Pokemon Daycare, a step that Ash 
    takes makes your Pokemon gain 1 exp. point!

GET A DIPLOMA
    Beat the Elite 4, get all 150, go to Celadon City and talk to
    the guy in the Pokemon Mansion that's not on a CP.

GREAT BALL TRICK
    This trick is simple. For the Great Ball trick, it will make
    the Great ball act like a Master Ball. All you have to do is
    hold Up and B when throwing the Great Ball. Remember.. I said
    hold.

BETTER ACCURACY
    Simple like the Great Ball trick. This raises accuracy on 
    catching the target Pokémon. Hold Up and A while throwing and 
    you'll have better accuracy. 

POKé-BALLS
    To increase the accuracy of any type of poké-ball hit down and B
    when the ball leaves your hand.

STRONGER ATTACKS 
    For stronger attacks hold A while using your move.

GREAT BALL TO MASTER BALL
    Too turn a Great Ball into a Master Ball hold B and Up while
    throwing the Great Ball.

RAISING POKéMON
    Raising the levels of Pokémon is easy if you know this trick. 
    When you get to Varidian City (the next city after Pallet town)
    buy a few poke' balls and then go out through the mountain path
    to that grassy area. Let your Pokémon fight and raise his levels.
    Capture any Pokémon you want and raise their levels too. If you
    get hurt just go back to the town and go in the poke center. 
    You'll get healed, and you'll have raised the levels. This works
    very well until the Pokémon get to level 10 then try the next
    method. 

    After you have raised levels to about 10 and have gotten better
    Pokémon and gone though the game a bit, try this. If you want to 
    raise a low level Pokémon quickly and also get ahead in the game,
    put the low level Pokémon first in line. Then when the first
    enemy comes out, you can switch Pokémon to a stronger Pokémon and
    get hurt a little then kill the enemy. You'll have gotten as many
    points for that one Pokémon switching out, as you did for the
    stronger one who beat it. If there is multiple enemies in a 
    fight, you can switch Pokémon after you defeat one and another is
    coming with out getting damaged. Then repeat the switch to get
    more experience with little cost.

FREE ITEMS - FULL RESTORE
    To get free Full Restores at Indigo Plataeu's mart/center go to
    the shop area, and choose the Full Restore. Set the quantity to
    20, but even though it says $60000, when you choose yes you will
    get it all for FREE.

FREE ITEMS - 3 TM'S
    On the top floor of the Celadon Dept. Store this is a little girl
    who is thirsty... Go buy some soda, water, and lemonade, talk to
    her 3 times and give her one of the drinks each time. She will 
    give you 3 TMs which are very useful and will save you a lot of 
    time trying to make you Pokémon learn them by gaining levels.

FREE ITEMS POKé-BALLS
    At a Pokémart, select buy, then select Poké-balls, set the 
    quantity to 3 and no money will be taken. You can do this up 
    until you have 99 Poké-balls.

UNLIMITED ITEMS
    If you goto Viridian and talk to the guy that has has his coffee
    and say you ARE in a hurry and DON'T watch the mini video. Now
    fly to Cinnibar and surf kind of on the edge and you will get 
    very high level Pokémon like 141!!!! But if you say you are in
    a hurry and see Missingno your 6th item will be unlimited!!!

PHANTOM PC
    In Celedon City go to the hotel in the bottom right corner and go
    inside. Face where the computer would be in a Pokemon Center and 
    press A. The same screen should come up that appears when you use
    the PC in the Pokemon Center.

CLONE A POKéMON
    1. Make all the arrangements.
    2. Take the Pokémon you want cloned on one Game Boy, and on the 
       other get a stupid, weak one that you wouldn't mind loosing 
       (Pigdey, Rattata, Zubat, etc...) 
    3. Now, the person with the to be cloned Pokémon, trade with the
       other. 
    4. Whoever owns the to be cloned one, turn off your gameboy at 
       the first "waiting" sign. 
    5. The ot. (original trainer) should have the original, and the
       other person will have the good one instead of the weak one!
    Now you both have the same exact one!

EASY LV100 POKéMON
    To catch a Pokémon at over LV100 you should talk to the guy
    outside of Viridian City who shows you how too catch Pokémon.
    Then you go to the Missingno. shore, and swim up and down it.
    You will find Pokémon over LV100 there. NOTES: The type of
    Pokémon it is depends on your game. Also the Pokémon will be
    brought down to LV100 after getting any EXP.

(o)>-------------------------=((<o>))=---------------------------<(o)
 \_.-                   FUNNY NEWS ARTICLES                     -._/

I'm sorry if I offend anyone by posting this, but I thought it might
amuse a few Pokémon fans.  Sorry this is not a religious bash either,
I'm just re-printing the news.

-----

Pastor calls Pokemon 'poison'
By Erin Emery
Denver Post Southern Colorado Bureau

Aug. 14 - COLORADO SPRINGS - A minister used a blowtorch and a sword
during a church service this week to drive home his belief that 
Pokemon games and toys are only sugar-coated instruments of the 
occult and evil.

At a church service Wednesday at Grace Fellowship Church, children's
pastor Mark Juvera told 85 children ages 6 through 12 that Pokemon 
is evil.

To make his point, Juvera burned Pokemon trading cards with a 
blowtorch and struck a plastic Pokemon action figure with a 30-inch 
sword. Juvera's 9-year-old son then tore the limbs and head off a 
Pokemon doll.

During the demonstration, the children chanted: "Burn it. Burn it,"
and "Chop it up. Chop it up."

Manufacturers of the hugely popular Pokemon products, including 
Nintendo and Hasbro Inc., said they've never heard of Pokemon being
associated with the occult.

And the national Christian Coalition told The Denver Post on Friday
that it will stay out of the fray over Pokemon.

"We won't weigh in on it at all," said Chris Freund, a spokesman 
for the national Christian Coalition based in Virginia. "It's a 
church issue and not a policy issue. We've never heard about it."

Beth Llewelyn, spokeswoman for the Redmond, Wash.-based Nintendo,
said the company had never heard of anything like this before.

"We've only heard good things, very ... positive things about 
Pokemon," Llewelyn said. "We get volumes and volumes of letters
from parents and kids about how wonderful they think Pokemon is. 
They say, "My kids are now reading because they want to read all
they can about Pokemon.' It's a universally positive experience."

Holly Ingram, a spokeswoman for Hasbro Inc., said Pokemon - one of
the most popular toy crazes this year - has been favorably received
by parents and children.

"For us, it's been a completely positive response from parents 
and kids. Everything we've done with Pokemon has been positive. 
I really can't imagine how somebody would feel that way about it,"
Ingram said.

Pokemon, (pronounced POH-kaymahn), is short for pocket monsters. 
The pop-culture phenomenon began in Japan as a cartridge for 
Nintendo, Game Boy and Nintendo 64 and quickly spread to America.
Its popularity fueled the debut of the Pokemon animated television
series. Hasbro has a line of toys and merchandise for kid 
collectors and a third company, Wizards of the Coast, based in 
Seattle, sells Pokemon trading cards. This fall, a Pokemon movie 
will hit movie theatres across the country.

"The whole idea behind Pokemon is to become a "master trainer,"
Ingram said. "Kids look for different Pokemon characters, find 
them and use strategy and tactics to capture them in a very 
mildmannered way. It's not very violent at all. They collect them, 
and when they've collected all of them, they become a Pokemon 
master."

At Grace Fellowship Church, pastors learned of the occult angle
after receiving an e-mail of an Internet essay written by a 
California woman. The essay says Pokemon encourages role-playing
that elevates children over God to the position of master and that
the games and toys are laced with dark references.

Mark Cowart, pastor of the 1,500-member, nondenominational church,
said the essay confirmed his suspicions about Pokemon. While 
driving with his kids, he heard them in the back seat talking 
about "Abra" and "Cadabra," and "my antenna went up," Cowart said.

Cowart said one of his concerns is that one of the Pokeman 
characters sprouts horns. Another concern, he said, is that 
children exploring a Pokemon Web site can click to other games, 
including "Magic: the Gathering," a game similar to Dungeons 
and Dragons.

"It's got sugar coating on it, but, underneath, it's poison,"
Cowart said.

Focus on the Family, the Colorado Springs-based Christian 
organization whose messages reach as many as 5 million people 
weekly via radio broadcasts, has not researched Pokemon, said 
Julie Able, project coordinator the Youth Culture Department.

Cowart said the church used the sword and blowtorch to get its 
message across to kids because "we live in a sight-and-sound 
generation. A little church is competing against Hollywood with
multibillion budgets."

He said kids are used to visual messages, and if you give them
a linear message, they'll be bored. 

Cowart said the sword was used in the demonstration because 
the Bible says that the "way you come down against the powers of
darkness is with the sword of the spirit. We don't do things just
for the sake of being sensational like the World Federation of 
Wrestling."

(o)>-------------------------=((<o>))=---------------------------<(o)
 \_.-                   POKéMON SONG LYRICS                     -._/

Here are the lyrics to some songs

Pokémon Theme Song (English) - Introduction English Theme 
    I want to be the very best,
    Like no one ever was,
    To catch them is my real test,
    To train them is my cause

    I will travel across the land,
    Searching far and wide,
    Teach Pokémon, to understand
    the power that's inside (Pokémon!)

    Gotta Catch 'em all!(It's you and me)
    I know it's my destiny! (Pokémon!)
    Ohh.. your my best friend
    In a world we must defend(Pokémon!)

    Gotta Catch 'em all! 
    A heart so true!
    Our courage to pull us through
    You teach me and I'll teach you
    Pokémon! Gotta Catch 'em all, 
    Gotta Catch 'em all Pokémon!


Pokémon Theme Song(Japanese) 

    I'll go through flames,floods, weeds, forests,
    The soil, clouds, and under the skirt of the girl (Scream!)
    And through here, through there..
    And through here, through there..
    A long, long road to go..
    To get pocket monsters....
    Good-bye, my home....
    I'm starting with the cute guy (Pikachu!)
    Win and win with a trained ability,
    Go to a new town with new friends
    Success is not guaranteed
    (A matter of course)
    What's the matter?
    You, monsters, always go all out
    I'll go through flames, flood, weeds, forests
    The soil, clouds, and under the skirt of the girl (Forget it!)
    And through here, through there
    And through here, through there
    A long, long road to go
    To get pocket monsters
    Tired, I say good night
    I Close my eyes and am reminded (Pikachu?)
    That through fanned flames and a storm,
    Hearing you, monsters,
    I battled.
    Old days they said Yesterday's enemy is today's ally
    But today's ally is an aeon ally,
    I wanna be a great pocket-monster trainer!..
    ..I should be!
    I heard someone telling the dreams come true with the sound of
       music,
    ...A bud would bloom..
    ....I would see my dream be true.....

 
Pikachu's Goodbye - The saddest song of Pokémon
    I close my eyes,
    And I can see 
    The day we met; 
    Just one moment and I knew 
    You're my best friend. 
    Do anything for you. 

    We've gone so far, 
    And done so much, 
    And I feel 
    Like we're always been together. 
    Right by my side 
    Through thick and thin; 
    You're the part of my life 
    I'll always remember.

    The time has come. 
    It's for the best, I know it.
    Who could've guessed that you and I; 
    Somehow someway, we'd have to say goodbye. 

    The time has come.
    It's for the best, I know it. 
    Who could've guessed that you and I; 
    Somehow someway, we'd have to say goodbye.

  
Team Rocket Motto - They've been saying this for so long, it's old!
    Jesse: To protect the world from devastation
    James: To unite all people's within our nation
    Jesse: To denounce the evils of truth and love
    James: To extend our reach to the stars above
    Jesse: Jesse!
    James: James!
    Jesse: Team Rocket, blast off at the speed of light!
    James: Surrender now, or prepare to fight!
    Meowth: Meowth that's right!


Ash, Brock, Misty, and Duplica's immitation of Team Rocket
    Ash:     Prepare for trouble!
    Brock:   And make it double double!
    Misty:   To protect the world from devastation!
    Duplica: To ignite all peoples within our nation!
    Ash:     To denounce the evils of truth and love!
    Brock:   To extend our reach to the stars above!
    Ash!
    Misty!
    Brock!
    ::anime drop::Duplica! That's right!
    Brock:   Team Rocket blast off at the speed of light!
    Duplica: Surrender now or prepare to fight all of us!
    Pikachu: Pika Pika! 

·--------------------------------------------------------------------·
| CONTACTING THE AUTHOR                                              |
·--------------------------------------------------------------------·

    Any type of feedback (other than abusive) is welcomed.  Although I
can't promise that I will reply to all email I get, but I will try to.
    Any email that asks for specific help will not be answered.  All
that I know about the game I have put here.
    If you are writing to me please put in the topic in capitol 
letters '<NAME OF FAQ> - FAQ REPLY:' then what ever topic you want
after it. Remember where it has '<NAME OF FAQ>' put the name there 
instead of that without the <>'s.  This will help me moderate what
type of email it is.
    You can contact me at this address: - faqs@oddco.com

·--------------------------------------------------------------------·
| CREDITS AND THANK YOU'S                                            |
·--------------------------------------------------------------------·

    ARGöNAUT (a.k.a Scott A. Moss) for writing this FAQ.
    CJAYC for GameFAQs one if not the best Game site on the net.
    DAN CUMMINGS for giving me the extra information.

    GAME FREAK Inc for making the game.

    RAGER my Blastoise who killed everything and anything throughout 
       the game.

    MY GAMEBOY COLOR for just being there. I don't know what I would
       do without it. Yes I do, I wouldn't be playing this 
       magnificent game, thank you. 
    AEON for bringing the Pokémon spirit alive within my body.

·--------------------------------------------------------------------·
| THIS FAQ WAS MADE USING - FAQ3DIT - http://www.oddco.com           |
·--------------------------------------------------------------------·
                                          COPYRIGHT ARGöNAUT 1999-2000