Pokemon

Training Guide: Version 0.7
                             Written by: Shane Lile
                             (reeve@lycosemail.com)
                            http://come.to/TheAnomaly
		     Revised by: Seth Concepcion
Table of Contents:

0.0 Updates.
1.0 Pokemon evolutions.
 1.1 Level Evolutions.
 1.2 Item Evolutions.
 1.3 Trade Evolutions.
2.0 Pokemon Locations.
 2.1 Fishing Locations.
3.0 Pokemon Weakness Chart.
4.0 TM and HM List.
 4.1 TMs.
 4.2 HMs.
5.0 Catching the Three Ancient Birds.
 5.1 Zapdos
 5.2 Moltres
 5.3 Articuno
6.0 Cheats
 6.1 99 of any item
 6.2 Catch Pokemon over L: 100
7.0 Credits.

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0.0 Updates.

0.8
-fixed all typos
-added some cheats

  0.7
 -Revised TM/HM section. Now lists location(s).
 -Added disclaimer.
 -Fixed some typos.

  0.6 
 -Changed the updates and credits section formats.
 -Articuno catching technique up. 
 -Added Fishing Section.
 -Got all the TMs listed.
 -Updated Locations to include Route 13 through Routes 19/20

  0.5
 -Even more TMs. 
 -Added the Catching the Three Ancient Birds section.

  0.4 
 -Added even more TMs
 -A couple more Pokemon locations.

  0.3 
 -Thanks to some MAJOR help from Matt Cormier AKA (Gyarados), I 
finished the 
Pokemon Evolutions Section. 
 -I also added a few more TMs.

  0.2 
 -Added more Pokemon evolutions.
 -TM and HM list added.

  0.1 
 -Added MANY more Pokemon evolutions. 
 -Introduced Monsters in Celadon City- Route 12. 
 -Added Credits section

  0.0 
 -The first, VERY incomplete release.

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1.0 Pokemon Evolutions:

Evolutions are listed by level, then by Pokemon number. I set it up 
like this 
since most people I know with the game tried to keep their Pokemon at 
fairly 
equal levels, and they told me they liked this format, due to how easy 
it CAN 
be.

 1.1 Level Evolutions.
At Level 7: #10 Caterpie --> #11 Metapod
At Level 7: #13 Weedle --> #14 Kakuna
At Level 10: #11 Metapod --> #12 Butterfree
At Level 10: #14 Kakuna --> #15 Beedrill
At Level 16: #1 Bulbasaur --> #2 Ivysaur
At Level 16: #4 Charmander --> #5 Charmeleon
At Level 16: #7 Squirtle --> #8 Wartortle
At Level 16: #63 Abra --> #64 Kadabra
At Level 16: #29 Nidoran(female) --> #30 Nidorina
At Level 16: #32 Nidoran(male) --> #33 Nidorino
At Level 18: #16 Pidgey --> #17 Pidgeotto
At Level 20: #19 Rattata --> #20 Raticate
At Level 20: #21 Spearow --> #22 Fearow
At Level 20: #129 Magikarp --> #130 Gyarados
At Level 21: #69 Bellsprout --> #70 Weepinbell
At Level 22: #23 Ekans --> #24 Arbok
At Level 22: #27 Sandshrew --> #28 Sandslash
At Level 22: #41 Zubat --> #42 Golbat
At Level 22: #43 Oddish --> #44 Gloom
At Level 24: #46 Paras --> #47 Parasect
At Level 25: #60 Poliwag --> #61 Poliwhirl
At Level 25: #74 Geodude --> #75 Graveler
At Level 25: #92 Gastly --> #93 Haunter
At Level 26: #50 Diglett --> #51 Dugtrio
At Level 26: #96 Drowzee --> #97 Hypno
At Level 28: #52 Meowth --> #53 Persian
At Level 28: #56 Mankey --> #57 Primeape
At Level 28: #66 Machop --> #67 Machoke
At Level 28: #98 Krabby --> #99 Kingler
At Level 28: #104 Cubone --> #105 Marowak
At Level 30: #72 Tentacool --> #73 Tentacruel
At Level 30: #81 Magnemite --> #82 Magneton
At Level 30: #100 Voltorb --> #101 Electrode
At Level 30: #147 Dratini --> #148 Dragonair
At Level 31: #48 Venonat --> #49 Venomoth
At Level 31: #84 Doduo --> #85 Dodrio
At Level 32: #2 Ivysaur --> #3 Venusaur
At Level 32: #116 Horsea --> #117 Seadra
At Level 33: #54 Psyduck --> #55 Golduck
At Level 33: #118 Goldeen --> #119 Seaking
At Level 34: #86 Seel --> #87 Dewgong
At Level 35: #109 Koffing --> #110 Weezing
At Level 36: #5 Charmeleon --> #6 Charizard
At Level 36: #8 Wartortle --> #9 Blastoise
At Level 36: #17 Pidgeotto --> #18 Pidgeott
At Level 37: #79 Slowpoke --> #80 Slowbro
At Level 38: #88 Grimer --> #89 Muk
At Level 40: #77 Ponyta --> #78 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

 1.2 Item Evolutions.

Fire Stone: #37 Vulpix --> #38 Ninetails
Fire Stone: #58 Growlithe --> #59 Arcanine
Fire Stone: #133 Eevee --> #136 Flareon
Leaf Stone: #44 Gloom --> #45 Vileplume
Leaf Stone: #70 Weepinbell --> #71 Victreebell
Leaf Stone: #102 Exeggcute --> #103 Exeggutor
Moon Stone: #30 Nidorina --> #31 Nidoqueen
Moon Stone: #33 Nidorino --> #34 Nidoking
Moon Stone: #35 Clefairy --> #36 Clefable
Moon Stone: #39 Jigglypuff --> #40 Wigglytuff
Thunder Stone: #25 Pikachu --> #26 Raichu
Thunder Stone: #133 Eevee --> #135 Jolteon
Water Stone: #61 Polywhirl --> #62 Polywrath
Water Stone: #90 Shellder --> #91 Cloyster
Water Stone: #120 Staryu --> #121 Starmie
Water Stone: #133 Eevee --> #134 Vaporeon

 1.3 Trade Evolutions.
#64 Kadabra --> #65 Alakazam
#67 Machoke --> #68 Machamp
#75 Graveler --> #76 Golem
#93 Haunter --> #94 Gengar

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2.0 Pokemon Locations.

Listed in order of when you should go there.


Professor Oak's Laboratory

#1 Bulbasaur
  or
#4 Charmander
  or
#7 Squirtle

-Choose one from Professor Oak.

Route 1 Pokemon-

#16 Pidgey, Many in both versions.
#19 Rattata, Many in both versions.

Route 2 Pokemon-

#10 Caterpie, None in Red. Few in Blue.
#13 Weedle, Few in Red, None in Blue.
#16 Pidgey, Many in both versions.
#19 Rattata, Many in both versions.

Viridian Forest Pokemon-

#10 Caterpie, Many in Red. Few in Blue.
#11 Metapod, Many in Red, Few in Blue
#13 Weedle, Many in Red, Few in Blue.
#14 Kakuna, Many in Red, Few in Blue.
#25 Pikachu, Few in both versions.

Route 3 Pokemon-

#12 Spearow, Many in both versions.
#16 Pidgey, Many in both versions.
#39 Jigglypuff, Few in both versions.

Mt. Moon Pokemon-

#41 Zubat, Many in both versions.
#35 Clefairy, Few in both versions.
#46 Paras, Few in both versions.
#74 Geodude, Few in both versions.

Route 4 Pokemon-

#12 Spearow, Few in both versions.
#19 Rattata, Many in both versions.
#23 Ekans, Few in Red, None in Blue.
#27 Sandshew, None in Red, Few in Blue.

Route 24 and 25 Pokemon-

#10 Caterpie, Few in Red. Many in Blue.
#11 Metapod, Few in Red. Many in Blue.
#13 Weedle, Many in Red. Few in Blue.
#14 Kakuna, Many in Red. Few in Blue.
#16 Pidgey, Few in both Versions.
#43 Oddish, Few in Red. None in Blue.
#63 Abra, Few in both versions.
#69 Bellsprout, None in Red. Many in Blue.

Route 5 Pokemon-

#16 Pidgey, Many in both Versions.
#43 Oddish, Few in Red. None in Blue.
#52 Meowth, None in Red. Few in Blue.
#56 Mankey, Few in Red. None in Blue.
#69 Bellsprout, None in Red. Few in Blue.

Route 6 Pokemon-

#16 Pidgey, Many in both Versions.
#43 Oddish, Few in Red. None in Blue.
#52 Meowth, None in Red. Few in Blue.
#56 Mankey, Few in Red. None in Blue.
#69 Bellsprout, None in Red. Few in Blue.

Vermilion City Pokemon-

#83 Farfetch'd, Trade a Spearow for it.

Route 11 Pokemon-

#21 Spearow, Many in both versions.
#23 Ekans, Many in Red. None in Blue.
#27 Sandshrew, None in Red. Many in Blue.
#96 Drowzee, Few in both versions.

Diglett's Cave Pokemon-

#50 Diglett, Many in both versions.
#51 Dugtrio, Few in both versions.

Routes 9 and 10 Pokemon-

#19 Rattata, Many in both versions.
#21 Spearow, Many in both versions.
#23 Ekans, Many in Red. None in Blue.
#27 Sandshrew, None in Red. Many in Blue.
#100 Voltorb, Many in both versions.

Rock Tunnel Pokemon-

#41 Zubat, Many in both versions.
#66 Machop, Few in both versions.
#74 Geodude, Few in both versions.
#95 Onix, Few in both versions.

Route 8 Pokemon-

#16 Pidgey, Few in both versions.
#23 Ekans, Few in Red. None in Blue.
#27 Sandshew, None in Red. Few in Blue.
#37 Vulpix, None in Red. Few in Blue.
#52 Meowth, None in Red. Few in Blue.
#56 Mankey, Few in Red. None in Blue.
#58 Growlithe, Few in Red. None in Blue.

Route 7 Pokemon-

#16 Pidgey, Few in both versions.
#37 Vulpix, None in Red. Few in Blue.
#43 Oddish, Few in Red. None in Blue.
#52 Meowth, None in Red. Few in Blue.
#56 Mankey, Few in Red. None in Blue.
#58 Growlithe, Few in Red. None in Blue.
#69 Bellsprout, None in Red. Few in Blue.

Celadon City Pokemon-

  Exchange Corner-
#30 Nidorina, Red- 1,200 Coins, Blue, N/A
#33 Nidorino, Red- N/A, Blue- 1,200 Coins
#35 Clefairy, Red- 500 Coins, Blue- 750 Coins
#63 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

#143 Snorlax

-Blocking the road. use Pokeflute to wake and fight/capture

Pokemon Tower Pokemon-

#92 Gastly, Many in both versions.
#93 Haunter, Few in both versions.
#104- Cubone, 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

Route 12 Pokemon-

#16 Pidgey, Many in both versions.
#43 Oddish, Few in Red, None in Blue.
#44 Gloom, Few in Red, None in Blue.
#48 Venonat, Few in Red, None in Blue.
#69 Bellsprout, None in Red, Few in Blue.
#70 Weepinbell, None in Red, Few in Blue.

#143 Snorlax

-Blocking the road. use Pokeflute to wake and fight/capture

Route 13 Pokemon-

#16 Pidgey, Few in both versions.
#43 Oddish, Few in Red, None in Blue.
#44 Gloom, Few in Red, None in Blue.
#48 Venonat, Few in both versions.
#69 Bellsprout, None in Red, Few in Blue.
#70 Weepinbell, None in Red, Few in Blue.
#132 Ditto, Few in both versions.

Routes 14 and 15 Pokemon-

#16 Pidgey, Few in both versions.
#17 Pidgeotto, Few in both versions.
#43 Oddish, Few in Red, None in Blue.
#44 Gloom, Few in Red, None in Blue.
#48 Venonat, Few in both versions.
#69 Bellsprout, None in Red, Few in Blue.
#70 Weepinbell, None in Red, Few in Blue.
#132 Ditto, Few in both versions.

SAFARI ZONE Pokemon-

Center Park-

#29 Nidoran(female), None in Red, Few in Blue.
#30 Nidorina, Few in both versions.
#32 Nidoran(male), Few in Red, None in Blue.
#33 Nidorino, Few in both versions.
#47 Parasect, Few in both versions.
#48 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-

#29 Nidoran(female), None in Red, Few in Blue.
#30 Nidorina, Few in both versions.
#32 Nidoran(male), Few in Red, None in Blue.
#33 Nidorino, Few in both versions.
#46 Paras, Few in both versions.
#47 Parasect, Few in both versions.
#84 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-

#29 Nidoran(female), None in Red, Few in Blue.
#30 Nidorina, Few in both versions.
#32 Nidoran(male), Few in Red, None in Blue.
#33 Nidorino, Few in both versions.
#46 Paras, Few in both versions.
#49 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-

#29 Nidoran(female), None in Red, Few in Blue.
#30 Nidorina, Few in both versions.
#32 Nidoran(male), Few in Red, None in Blue.
#33 Nidorino, Few in both versions.
#48 Venonat, Few in both versions.
#49 Venomoth, Few in both versions.
#84 Doduo, Few in both versions.
#102 Exeggcute, Few in both versions.
#115 Kangaskhan, Few in both versions.
#128 Tauros, Few in both versions.

Route 16 Pokemon-

#19 Rattata, Few in both versions.
#20 Raticate, Few in both versions.
#21 Spearow, Many in both versions.
#84 Doduo, Few in both versions.

Route 17 and 18 Pokemon-

#20 Raticate, Few in both versions.
#21 Spearow, Many in both versions.
#22 Fearow, Few in both versions.
#84 Doduo, Few in both versions.

Power Plant Pokemon-

#25 Pikachu, Few in both versions.
#26 Raichu, None in Red, Few in Blue.
#81 Magnemite, Few in both versions.
#82 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.

Routes 19 and 20 Pokemon-

#72 Tentacruel, Many in both versions.

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

  2.1 Fishing Locations

Pallet Town-

#72 Tentacool

Viridian City-

#60 Poliwag
#72 Tentacool

Route 22-

#60 Poliwag
#118 Goldeen

Cerulean City, Routes 4, 24, and 25-

#54 Psyduck
#98 Krabby
#118 Goldeen

Vermilion City, Routes 6 and 11-

#90 Shellder
#98 Krabby

Celadon City, Route 10-

#61 Polywhirl
#79 Slowpoke

Safari Zone-

#64 Psyduck
#79 Slowpoke
#90 Krabby
#147 Dratini

Routes 12, 13, 17, and 18-

#72 Tentacool
#98 Krabby
#118 Goldeen
#129 Magikarp

Fuchsia City-

#98 Krabby
#118 Goldeen
#119 Seaking
#129 Magikarp

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3.0 Pokemon Weakness Chart:


 1. Normal   2. Fire      3. Water     4. Electric     5. Grass
 6. Ice      7. Fighting  8. Poison    9. Ground      10. Flying
11. Psychic 12. Bug      13. Rock     14. Ghost       15. Dragon

S= Super   G= Good    P= Poor   B= Bad


 X|  1|  2|  3|  4|  5|  6|  7|  8|  9| 10| 11| 12| 13| 14| 15|
 1| G | G | G | G | G | G | G | G | G | G | G | G | P | B | G |
 2| G | P | p | G | S | S | G | G | G | G | G | S | P | G | P |
 3| G | S | P | P | P | G | G | G | S | G | G | G | S | G | P |
 4| G | G | S | P | P | G | G | P | B | S | G | G | G | G | P |
 5| G | P | S | G | P | G | G | G | S | P | G | P | S | G | P |
 6| G | P | P | G | S | P | G | G | S | S | G | G | S | G | S |
 7| S | G | G | G | G | S | G | P | G | P | P | P | S | B | G |
 8| G | G | G | G | S | G | G | P | P | G | G | S | P | p | G |
 9| G | S | G | S | P | G | G | S | G | B | 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 | S | 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 | G | G | G | G |
14| B | 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 |

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4.0 TM and HM Guide

  4.1 TMs

TMs can only be used once. make sure to be careful how you use them, 
and be 
careful not to use it on a pokemon who's almost out of space for 
attacks, you 
may regret it later.


TM:                   WHERE FOUND
01    MEGA PUNCH      Celadon City shop, $3000
                      Mt. Moon
02    RAZOR WIND      Celadon City shop, $2000
                      Team Rocket HQ
03    SWORDS DANCE    Silph Building
04    WHIRLWIND       Route 4
05    MEGA KICK       Celadon City shop, $3000
                      Victory Road
06    TOXIC           Koga
07    HORN DRILL      Celadon City shop, $2000
                      Team Rocket HQ
08    BODY SLAM       SS Anne
09    TAKE DOWN       Celadon City shop, $3000
                      Silph Building
10    DOUBLE-EDGE     Team Rocket HQ
11    BUBBLEBEAM      Misty
12    WATER GUN       Mt. Moon
13    ICE BEAM        Celadon City shop, thirsty girl.
14    BLIZZARD        Pokemon Lab
15    HYPER BEAM      Celadon City casino, 5500 coins
16    PAY DAY         Route 12 (need Surf)
17    SUBMISSION      Celadon City shop, $3000
                      Victory Road
18    COUNTER         Guy in Celadon City mall, third floor
19    SEISMIC TOSS    Route 25 (need Cut)
20    RAGE            Route 15 (use Cut)
21    MEGA DRAIN      Erika
22    SOLAR BEAM      Pokemon Lab
23    DRAGON RAGE     Celadon City casino, 3300 coins
24    THUNDERBOLT     Lt. Surge
25    THUNDER         Power Plant
26    EARTHQUAKE      Silph Building
27    FISSURE         Giovanni (3rd battle)
28    DIG             Team Rocket member in Cerulean
29    PSYCHIC         Saffron City (Mr. Psychic)
30    TELEPORT        Route 9
31    MIMIC           Saffron City (Mime Girl)
32    DOUBLE TEAM     Celadon City shop, $1000
                      Safari Zone
33    REFLECT         Celadon City shop, $1000
                      Power Plant
34    BIDE            Brock
35    METRONOME       Cinnabar Island
36    SELFDESTRUCT    Silph Building
37    EGG BOMB        Celadon City shop, $2000
                      Safari Zone
38    FIRE BLAST      Blaine
39    SWIFT           Route 12 - Lookout Tower
40    SKULL BASH      Safari Zone
41    SOFTBOILED      Vermilion City (need Surf)
42    DREAM EATER     Viridian Town (need Cut)
43    SKY ATTACK      Victory Road
44    REST            SS Anne
45    THUNDER WAVE    Route 24
46    PSYWAVE         Sabrina
47    EXPLOSION       Victory Road
48    ROCK SLIDE      Celadon City shop, thirsty girl.
49    TRI ATTACK      Celadon City shop, thirsty girl.
50    SUBSTITUTE      Celadon City Casino, 7700 coins

  4.2 HMs 

HMs can be used an unlimited amount of times. Use them whenever you 
want. 
WARNING: HM attacks CANNOT be deleted.

HM:                   WHERE FOUND
01    CUT             SS. Anne's Captain
02    FLY             Cycling Road       
03    SURF            Safari Zone Secret House
04    STRENGTH        Fuschia City, with Teeth
05    FLASH           Prof. Oak's aide (Route 2)

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5.0 Catching the Three Ancient Birds

 There are 3 ancient bird Pokemon that are so rare, there is only one 
of each in 
existence. You only meet them once, and that is your only chance to 
catch them.
 It is said that only the Master Ball can catch the birds. 
Unfortunately, there 
is only one master ball, and three birds, not to mention another 
Pokemon that 
you'd rather use the ball on- Mewtwo.
 So, what's a trainer to do? Well, it's possible to catch the birds 
with the 
Ultra Balls that you can buy anywhere. It's quite difficult to catch 
the birds 
though.

  5.1 Zapdos

Zapdos is found in the Power Plant, found South of the Rock Cave's 
Northern 
Entrance.

  Zapdos is perhaps the easiest to capture (he was for me), since once 
you get 
one, the rest are somewhat easy.
  There are two Pokemon you want for this battle. A Pokemon with 
HYPNOSIS, and a 
Pokemon with ICE BEAM.
  First, use hypnosis and make Zapdos fall asleep. Then, switch to the 
pokemon 
with Ice Beam, and keep trying to freeze Zapdos. It's hard. Trust me. I 
must 
have fought the guy 10 or so times, just for it to work (if it doesn't 
freeze 
him right away, don't mind, it may take a few turns, just survive).
  Once Zapdos is frozen, move in for the kill. Get a WEAK Pokemon with 
TACKLE to 
bring Zapdos' life down to more or less nil. The bar should be more or 
less 
empty (or maybe a small Grey line left).
Now, hopefully you brought a lot of Ultra Balls. Use them. If you're 
lucky, 
Zapdos is yours.

  5.2 Moltres

Moltres is found in the Victory Road Cave. I found him on accident, so 
I'm not 
sure exactly where to look.

  Moltres was really an accident for me. I caught him first try. There 
were 
three Pokemon I used. Gengar (with Hypnosis), Zapdos, and Mankey (for 
Scratch). 
First, Gengar made Moltres fall asleep. Then Zapdos did Drill Beak 
twice, to 
lower Moltres' life a bit. Finally, Mankey scratched away (Gengar 
returning 
Moltres to sleep when necessary) until Moltres' life bar was virtually 
gone. It 
took me maybe 4 Ultra Balls to get a good catch.

  5.3 Articuno

  Articuno is found in the Sea Foam islands. Just look around. I don't 
know 
exact directions.

  One word: EASY. Bring Zapdos, a Pokemon with Hypnosis, and a lower 
leveled 
Pokemon with a weak attack. First. Hypnosis. Then Zapdos' Thundershock. 
This 
SHOULD reduce Articuno to rather low life after doing it twice. Then 
bring out 
the low damage-dealing Pokemon, and simply attack it until it's life is 
down to 
practically nothing. Throw an ultra ball. Took me only two Ultra Balls.

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6.0 Cheats
 6.1 Get 99 of any item
	Here is the way to get this: First go to the guy almost all the 
way north of Viridian city and see what he has to say (it's about 
catching Pokemon), then fly to seafoam islands and swim up and down the 
space where land and water touch. There will be a Pokemon called M, 
you'll know when you find him because the screen will blank out for 
several seconds. Fight him or run away, DO NOT CATCH HIM! Once you win 
or run away you will have 99 of your sixth item.
 6.2 Get Pokemon over L: 100
	There is only one way to get this: At the Pokemon lab on 
cinnabar, trade with anyone in the first room. Then go RIGHT of the 
island and swim up and down, you should meet up with a Pokemon well 
over L: 100 but if given any experience points will evolve and go back 
to L: 100.
7.0 Credits

DISLAIMER:

This Guide is copyright 1998 Shane Lile. Pokemon is copyright 1995, 
1996, and 
1998 Nintendo, GAME FREAK inc., and Creatures inc. This guide is not 
endorsed by 
any company, and may be freely distributed for non-commercial purposes 
as long 
as the guide remains UN-altered, and I'm given credit.

 -Pokemon.com, a VERY helpful site, where I got much of my evolution 
informaion.
 -Much Thanks to Matt Cormier AKA (Gyarados) (thankupo@ma.ultranet.co), 
for 
giving me ALL of the Pokemon evolution info that I didn't find at 
pokemon.com, 
and that was A LOT.
 -Ben MO (Ur235@hotmail.com) for telling me some TMs I didn't have.
 -Toaster Thief (fraioli@cobweb.net) for telling me even MORE TMs.
 -Nintendo Power, since I got the Pokemon frequency from them.
 -Gengar, for giving me a list of the TMs I didn't have.
 -Fritz Fraundorf (erggibbon@aol.com), for practically revising my 
whole TM/HM 
section.
 -Nintendo, GAME FREAK, and all the other companies that contributed to 
this 
wonderful game.