_____      _
                  |  __ \    | |
                  | |__) |__ | | _ ___ _ __ ___   ___  _ __
                  |  ___/ _ \| |/ / _ \ '_ ` _ \ / _ \| '_ \
                  | |  | (_) |   <  __/ | | | | | (_) | | | |
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              | |               / _|/ _____|
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              | |___|  __/ (_| | | | |___| | | |  __/  __/ | | |
              |_____|\___|\__,_|_|  \______|_|  \___|\___|_| |_|
                    _        _            _
                   \ \      / /          (_)
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                     \ \  / / _ \ '__/ __| |/ _ \| '_ \/ __|
                      \ \/ /  __/ |  \__ \ | (_) | | | \__ \
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                   O---------------------------------------O
                   |        Pokémon FireRed Version        |
                   |       Pokémon LeafGreen Version       |
                   |                                       |
                   |           An FAQ/Walkthrough          |
                   |             By KeyBlade999            |
                   |                                       |
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                   |  Previous Update: 12:31 AM 10/5/2011  |
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0. Contents****************************FRLG0*********************************
         ____________________________________________________________
        /                                     |                      \
       |            Section Title             |      CTRL+F Tag       |
       |                                      |                       |
        >------------------------------------< >---------------------<
       |   -1. Donations                      |      **FRLG-1**       |
       |    0. Contents                       |      **FRLG0**        |
       |    1. Intro                          |      **FRLG1**        |
       |    2. Version History                |      **FRLG2**        |
       |    3. Legalities                     |      **FRLG3**        |
        >------------------------------------< >---------------------<
       |    4. Walkthrough                    |      **FRLG4**        |
       |      I- Through Pewter Gym           |      **FRLG41**       |
       |      II- Through Cerulean Gym        |      **FRLG42**       |
       |      III- Through Vermilion Gym      |      **FRLG43**       |
       |      IV- Through Celadon Gym         |      **FRLG44**       |
       |      V- Through Fuchsia Gym          |      **FRLG45**       |
       |      VI- Through Saffron Gym         |      **FRLG46**       |
       |      VII- Through Cinnabar Gym       |      **FRLG47**       |
       |      VIII- Through Viridian Gym      |      **FRLG48**       |
       |      IX- The Pokémon League          |      **FRLG49**       |
       |      X- Sevii Islands Walkthrough    |      **FRLG410**      |
       |      XI- Miscellaneous Stuff         |      **FRLG411**      |
        \_____________________________________|______________________/


1. Intro****************************FRLG1************************************
Welcome to my 74th FAQ. (Yeah, why do I ever bother saying that...?) This is
also my fifth mainstream Pokémon FAQ, my first mainstream FAQ for the GBA.
This covers the very first Pokémon games I unknowingly played at age seven,
and yet, I enjoyed it and became massively addicted. (Enough to have about
25% of my KB total in the mainstream games; a good 35% is in all my Pokémon
guides. (As of 9/22/2011.))

But I digress. Anyhow, I see that you need some help on this game. Well,
let's get started. Enjoy.

2. Version History****************************FRLG2**************************
v0.10 - General layout completed. Finished Contents, Intro, Legal, and Section
        I of the walkthrough. Ready to start Mt. Moon in Section II.
        11:43 PM 9/22/2011
v0.20 - Finished Section II of the walkthrough. Just documented how to get
        the Flash HM (HM05) in Section III. The FAQ is now 101 KB.
        12:14 AM 9/26/2011
v0.30 - Finished up Section III. Finished through the Pokémon Tower rival fight
        in Section IV.  12:06 AM 9/27/2011
v0.40 - Finished Section IV. Doing the Cycling Road/Silence Bridge thing in
        Section V. Done with Cycling Road; base data done for Silence Bridge.
        12:05 AM 9/28/2011
v0.50 - Finished Sections V and VI. As for Section VII, I'm at the two-way
        part in going to Cinnabar; finished the Route 21 method. Additionally,
        this FAQ is now 245 KB large.  11:57 PM 9/29/2011
v0.60 - Finished Sections VII and VIII. Got to the base data for Route 22 in
        Section IX. 67% done!  12:43 AM 10/1/2011
v1.01 - Finally, a submittable version ... that I won't submit. :)  Anyhow, I
        finished off Section IX. As for Section X, I'm working on Mt. Ember.
        This FAQ is now 320 KB large.  12:04 AM 10/3/2011
v1.40 - Still working on Section X, but I'm done with all but two of the Sevii
        Islands, Five and Seven.  11:56 PM 10/3/2011
v2.00 - Finished Sections X and XI. Thusly, I am done with what is now my
        shortest mainstream Pokémon FAQ. Oh, well...
          ~~ Start-End Time: 12 days.
          ~~ File Size     : 449 KB.
          ~~ Time of Update: 12:31 AM 10/5/2011.

3. Legalities****************************FRLG3*******************************
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© 2011-2012 Daniel Chaviers (a.k.a. KeyBlade999).

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4. Walkthrough****************************FRLG4******************************

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++                                                                         ++
++     Section I - Through Pewter Gym                       **FRLG41**     ++
++                                                                         ++
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

Let's start with the basics. Turn on your DS, GBA, GameCube/GameBoy Player,
whatever it may be, and go to the menu. Start up a new game. You'll see a few
screens that explain the buttons and controls (if you're not using the GBA or
GBA SP - X, Y, Z (the last is GC/GBP only) are useless). You'll see a few more
screens to pep you up on your adventure or something.

BOOM! Professor Oak eventually appears. Tell him whether you are (going to play
as) a boy or girl. You'll then be told to name your character. You are then
shown Oak's grandson, who you get to name.

O============================================================================O
|    FOR REFERENCE, I WILL REFER TO HIM EITHER AS "Gary" OR "your rival"!    |
O============================================================================O

And so, another Pokémon adventure begins... (After Oak talks some more.)

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                                 Pallet Town
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Okay, once you gain control of yourself, you'll find yourself in your bedroom
in your house located in Pallet Town. Pallet Town is one of many locales in the
Kanto region of the Pokémon world. To Pallet's south is the ocean and Cinnabar;
to the north are forests. To the west, you'll find Mt. Silver, Tohjo Falls, and
the rest of the Johto region. (Which isn't in these games.)

Okay, anyhow, you're in your room. Interact with the PC and withdraw the Potion
within the storage system. Head downstairs and outside.

Outside, go north and try to leave town. Professor Oak will stop you, telling
you it is too dangerous in the dark grass to travel alone. You'll be escorted
to Oak's lab, where you'll also find your rival. After a bit of complaining
from your rival, you get to pick on of the Kanto starter Pokémon.

~~ Bulbasaur is on the left. It is a Grass/Poison type throughout its entire
   evolutionary chain - therefore it is weak to Ice, Flying, Fire, Bug, and
   Psychic. It has advantages (type-based) over Water, Rock, Ground, and
   Poison. Bulbasaur evolves into Ivysaur at Lv. 16, and into Venusaur at
   Lv. 32, making it the earliest to reach the third evo-stage. Bulbasaur is
   excellent for early-on Gym advantages, though has some problems in the type
   weakness section. Bulbasaur is preferable for a moderately-skilled player.

~~ Squirtle is in the middle. It, and all of its evolutions, are of the Water
   type. It is weak to Grass and Electric, and advantageous over Fire, Rock,
   and Ground. Squirtle evolves at Lv. 16 to Wartortle, and again at Lv. 36 to
   Blastoise. Squirtle will have an early advantage, due to the first Gym's
   typing, and only will have problems in one Gym. Squirtle is preferable for
   first-timers.

~~ Charmander is on the right. It and Charmeleon (an evolution) are of the Fire
   type. They are weak to Rock, Water, and Ground. They are advantageous over
   Ice, Grass, Bug, and Steel. The third evolution is Fire/Flying. It is weak
   to Rock (4x), Water, and Electric; immune to Ground; and is advantageous
   over Bug, Grass, Ice, Steel, and Fighting. Charmander evolves at Lv. 16 into
   Charmeleon, and again at Lv. 36 to the Fire/Flying type Charizard.
   Charmander and its evolutions will have trouble in the first two Gyms; three
   if you Charizard beforehand. Charmander is preferred for pro players looking
   for some challenge.

Choose your starter, and nickname it if you so wish.

After this, your rival will choose their Pokémon...

O----------------O-------------------------O
|  You chose...  |  Your rival chooses...  |  As you can see, your rival will
O----------------O-------------------------O  choose a Pokémon who has a type
|  Bulbasaur     |  Charmander             |  advantage over your own. In
|  Charmander    |  Squirtle               |  fact, Charizard has TWO type
|  Squirtle      |  Bulbasaur              |  advantages over Bulbasaur!
O----------------O-------------------------O

After you both receive your Pokémon, you will engage in a Pokémon battle!
 _____________________________________
|  BOSS: PKMN Trainer [rival's name]  \
|______________________________________\_____________________________________
|  Pokémon: Charmander [if you chose Bulbasaur] (Lv. 5) Fire       <-,       |
|           Squirtle [if you chose Charmander] (Lv. 5) Water       <-+-Only 1|
|           Bulbasaur [if you chose Squirtle] (Lv. 5) Grass/Poison <-'       |
|                                                                            |
|  Money Earned: $80.                                                        |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  This is one of those practice battles. Your Pokémon are too low-leveled   |
|  to know any moves of the non-Normal types, so there aren't any practical  |
|  type disadvantages or advantages. For now, just batter your opponent with |
|  Tackle/Scratch. Use the Potion from earlier if you get in trouble. You do |
|  not actually have to win.                                                 |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

After the battle, your rival will leave. Follow suit.

Okay, nothing else to do here. Remember, you can go into your house and speak
with your mom to heal your Pokémon to full health. When ready, go north onto
Route 1.

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                                   Route 1
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 ___________________________________________________________________________
|   Pokémon Species   |       Pokémon Type       |    Rarity    |  Version  |
|---------------------+--------------------------+--------------+-----------|
|  Rattata            |  Normal                  |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Pidgey             |  Normal/Flying           |  Common      |   Both    |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: None.                                                 |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Let me explain the above chart. This chart is details Pokémon encounters. As
with Black/White, I haven't yet found the exact encounter percentages, so I
will just go on what is given in-game. Everything, save for the Version, is
obvious. For Version, some Pokémon are version-exclusive. FR represents FireRed
and LG represents LeafGreen. The Trainers' Pokémon shows the levels of the
Trainers found in an area in accordance to the FAQ. No strategies, no money
amounts, just species and levels. Each line is one trainer, or one battle,
unless otherwise noted.

Anyhow, there isn't much here. Go north along the route and talk to some guy
on the way. You'll get a Potion. Continue north until you hit Viridian City.

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                                Viridian City
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When you arrive, head into the red-roofed building. This is the most essential
tool for all Pokémon Trainers, the Pokémon Center. Speak with the nurse at the
desk to be able to fully heal the Pokémon in your party for free. Nearby is a
PC - you can use it to access the Pokémon storage and item storage. There are
some linking things, as well, upstairs, I believe.

Anyhow, we WOULD go for the Gym here, but the Gym Leader is out somewhere.
*sigh*  Well, let's continue forward.

Let's momentarily go west onto Route 22.

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                                   Route 22
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 ___________________________________________________________________________
|   Pokémon Species   |       Pokémon Type       |    Rarity    |  Version  |
|---------------------+--------------------------+--------------+-----------|
|  Rattata            |  Normal                  |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Spearow            |  Normal/Flying           |  Rare        |   Both    |
|  Mankey             |  Fighting                |  Uncommon    |   Both    |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: None.                                                 |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

We are only going here for a few moments. You can't go much farther here -
you'll need eight Gym Badges, for one thing, before getting to do much else.
Anyhow, there are some Pokémon here. You can grind against them for now.

Just for reference... If you have Charmander, try catching a Mankey here later
on. Those with Bulbasaur can catch Spearow for helping in Bug-blasting, and
those with Squirtle also could use Spearow due to the Grass weakness.

Anyhow, return east into Viridian.

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                                Viridian City
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Well, we know Pewter City has a Gym (as according to this FAQ and the anime)
so why not head north to there? Well, an old man is blocking you and won't let
you by.

So, what to do? Go into the blue-roofed building, the PokéMart. You normally
can buy various items in here. The clerk will notice you when you enter and
hand over a package that you are to deliver to Professor Oak. Leave the
PokéMart and exit to the south.

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                                   Route 1
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 ___________________________________________________________________________
|   Pokémon Species   |       Pokémon Type       |    Rarity    |  Version  |
|---------------------+--------------------------+--------------+-----------|
|  Rattata            |  Normal                  |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Pidgey             |  Normal/Flying           |  Common      |   Both    |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: None.                                                 |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Continue south, hopping along those brown ledges as shortcuts. Continue south
into Pallet Town.

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                                 Pallet Town
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Go into your house and speak with your mom to restore your starter's health.
Then go into Oak's lab. You'll end up giving him the package, with your rival
soon coming in. You are then given the Pokédex.

The Pokédex is this item that can record the data of all 386 species of Pokémon
in existence. (Technically, as of the release of Black/White, it is 649, but
FR/LG only had 386 and no Gen. IV/V importing to Gen. III.) To record the data
of a Pokémon in here, you must catch it. You can use the Pokédex to find which
Pokémon you have seen and have caught, in which case you can find where they
reside.

Additionally, Professor Oak hands over five Poké Balls so you can capture
Pokémon. To capture a Pokémon, first, it must be wild. It cannot be owned by a
Trainer. Secondly, you will benefit from lowering the target's HP as much as
possible without inducing a faint/KO - False Swipe is a key move for this.
Finally, inducing a non-damaging status (preferably Paralysis) will further
boost the capture rate. To capture, go into the Bag during battle and opt to
use a Pokéball. (For reference, Pokéball is the generic term for the units
used to capture and store Pokémon. Poké Ball refers to the specific Pokéball
initially available with no special effects.)

Next, go outside and into your rival's house. Speak with his sister to get the
Town Map, which shows the whole Kanto region.

Anyhow, finish up any business you have here and exit to the north.

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                                   Route 1
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 ___________________________________________________________________________
|   Pokémon Species   |       Pokémon Type       |    Rarity    |  Version  |
|---------------------+--------------------------+--------------+-----------|
|  Rattata            |  Normal                  |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Pidgey             |  Normal/Flying           |  Common      |   Both    |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: None.                                                 |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Continue northward into Viridian.

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                                Viridian City
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 _____________________
|  Viridian PokéMart  \
|______________________\____________________________________________________
|  Item Name ........................................................ Cost  |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Poké Ball ........................................................ $200  |
|  Potion ........................................................... $300  |
|  Antidote ......................................................... $100  |
|  Parlyz Heal ...................................................... $200  |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

As you can see above, the PokéMart (the blue-roofed building) is now selling
items. You should have about $3,000 (at least, the other games do). Pick up a
few extra Potions and Antidotes.

Hm... Seems like something is up on Route 22. Go out to the east.

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                                   Route 22
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 ___________________________________________________________________________
|   Pokémon Species   |       Pokémon Type       |    Rarity    |  Version  |
|---------------------+--------------------------+--------------+-----------|
|  Rattata            |  Normal                  |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Spearow            |  Normal/Flying           |  Rare        |   Both    |
|  Mankey             |  Fighting                |  Uncommon    |   Both    |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: None.                                                 |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Go through the grass to the west and you will find your rival, ready for a
battle.
 _____________________________________
|  BOSS: PKMN Trainer [rival's name]  \
|______________________________________\_____________________________________
|  Pokémon: Charmander [if you chose Bulbasaur] (Lv. 9) Fire       <-,       |
|           Squirtle [if you chose Charmander] (Lv. 9) Water       <-+-Only 1|
|           Bulbasaur [if you chose Squirtle] (Lv. 9) Grass/Poison <-'       |
|           Pidgey (Lv. 9) Normal/Flying                                     |
|                                                                            |
|  Money Earned: $144.                                                       |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Charmander is weak to Water, Rock, and Ground.                            |
|                                                                            |
|  Squirtle is weak to Electric and Grass.                                   |
|                                                                            |
|  Bulbasaur is weak to Fire, Ice, Flying, Bug, and Psychic.                 |
|                                                                            |
|  Pidgey is weak to Rock, Ice, and Electric and is immune to Ground.        |
|                                                                            |
|  Recommendations: Your starter may do fine, though I think your opponent's |
|  could have a type-based move that'll do extra hurt to your own Pokémon.   |
|  The only counteraction for such is using Pidgey/Spearow against           |
|  Bulbasaur, if you chose Squirtle. Otherwise, tough it out. Level should   |
|  be around nine or higher.                                                 |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

Catch a few Pokémon if desired, then return east to Viridian.

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                                Viridian City
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 _____________________
|  Viridian PokéMart  \
|______________________\____________________________________________________
|  Item Name ........................................................ Cost  |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Poké Ball ........................................................ $200  |
|  Potion ........................................................... $300  |
|  Antidote ......................................................... $100  |
|  Parlyz Heal ...................................................... $200  |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

As you return, look slightly north for a gap between the fence and a rock. Go
along this path to find a Potion.

Go further north to find the old man from earlier. He's had his coffee, so he
is just cheerful. He'll show you how to catch a Pokémon, like in R/B, although
you cannot glitch it as before - it only occurs once. You'll also get the
Teachy TV afterwards to get some tutorials on the game.

Heal at the Pokémon Center if needed and go north onto Route 2.

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                               Route 2 (South)
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Continue forward into Viridian Forest.

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                               Viridian Forest
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 ___________________________________________________________________________
|   Pokémon Species   |       Pokémon Type       |    Rarity    |  Version  |
|---------------------+--------------------------+--------------+-----------|
|  Caterpie           |  Bug                     |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Metapod            |  Bug                     |  Uncommon    |    LG     |
|  Metapod            |  Bug                     |  Rare        |    FR     |
|  Weedle             |  Bug/Poison              |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Kakuna             |  Bug/Poison              |  Uncommon    |    FR     |
|  Kakuna             |  Bug/Poison              |  Rare        |    LG     |
|  Pikachu            |  Electric                |  Rare        |   Both    |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Weedle Lv. 6, Caterpie Lv. 6                          |
|                     Weedle Lv. 7 (x2), Kakuna Lv. 7                       |
|                     Caterpie Lv. 7, Caterpie Lv. 8                        |
|                     Metapod Lv. 7 (x2), Caterpie Lv. 7                    |
|                     Weedle Lv. 9                                          |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

I have a tip for you, especially if your starter ended up being Squirtle.
Catch Caterpie. Why? Well, firstly, it evolves at Lv. 7 (to Metapod) and again
at Lv. 10 (to Butterfree). Butterfree has the ability Compoundeyes, giving it
an additional 30% chance of its attacks hitting! Bug Pokémon are known for
their many statusing abilities. Hint hint.

*ahem*  Once you enter, go north and west to find a Poké Ball. Go back east and
south to the entrance, then further east to a Potion. Go north from the Potion
to find a Trainer, with another to the north.

Further north of the second Trainer is an Antidote, an item that heals the
Poison status, which can damage and Weedle's Poison Sting can Poison you.
Anyhow, go east and then north to find another Trainer. Go west some more and
speak with the person you find to battle him, too.

Continue along the pathway and you'll soon find a fork in the road. Go east on
it to find a Potion. Then return to the fork, head west, and battle the last
Trainer of the forest. Head north to go to the gate, go on through, and north
some more to Pewter City.

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                                 Pewter City
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 ___________________
|  Pewter PokéMart  \
|____________________\______________________________________________________
|  Item Name ........................................................ Cost  |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Poké Ball ........................................................ $200  |
|  Potion ........................................................... $300  |
|  Antidote ......................................................... $100  |
|  Parlyz Heal ...................................................... $200  |
|  Burn Heal ........................................................ $250  |
|  Awakening ........................................................ $200  |
|  Escape Rope ...................................................... $550  |
|  Repel ............................................................ $100  |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

When you arrive, head on over to the Pokémon Center and heal up. Next, head to
the northwestern corner of the city. Stand next to the fence, go north two
steps and one west, and examine the light-green grass one tile north to grab a
Poké Ball.

Nothing else to mention here. Go to the Gym. If you don't know what it looks
like, try to exit Pewter by heading east onto Route 3. You'll then be escorted
to the Gym.

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                                  Pewter Gym
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|   Pokémon Species   |       Pokémon Type       |    Rarity    |  Version  |
|---------------------+--------------------------+--------------+-----------|
|  No wild Pokémon are found here.                                          |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Geodude Lv. 10, Sandshrew Lv. 11                      |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Very straightforward Gym. Go forward to battle the Camper. After defeating him,
you may want to head back to the Pokémon Center and heal. When ready, speak to
and challenge Brock.
 __________________________
|  BOSS: Gym Leader Brock  \
|___________________________\________________________________________________
|  Pokémon: Geodude (Lv. 12) Rock/Ground                                     |
|           Onix (Lv. 14) Rock/Ground                                        |
|                                                                            |
|  Money Earned: $1,400                                                      |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  These two Pokémon share the same type stuff. They are weak to Water (4x), |
|  Grass (4x), Steel, Fighting, and Ice. They are immue to Electric. They    |
|  are advantageous over Fire, Bug, Poison, Rock, Steel, Ice, and Electric.  |
|                                                                            |
|  Recommendations: If you chose Bulbasaur or Squirtle, and they are Lv. 11  |
|  or higher, you will have no problems. If you chose Charmander, and it     |
|  doesn't have Metal Claw, I'd use Charmander as a last resort, using a     |
|  Mankey beforehand.                                                        |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

After the battle, you will get the Boulderbadge, the TM Case (with TM39, Rock
Tomb), and the ability to use the Flash HM out of battle.


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++     Section II - Through Cerulean Gym                    **FRLG42**     ++
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                                  Pewter Gym
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Once you have beaten Brock, leave the Gym.

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                                 Pewter City
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 ___________________
|  Pewter PokéMart  \
|____________________\______________________________________________________
|  Item Name ........................................................ Cost  |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Poké Ball ........................................................ $200  |
|  Potion ........................................................... $300  |
|  Antidote ......................................................... $100  |
|  Parlyz Heal ...................................................... $200  |
|  Burn Heal ........................................................ $250  |
|  Awakening ........................................................ $200  |
|  Escape Rope ...................................................... $550  |
|  Repel ............................................................ $100  |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Okay, a quick note on the TM Case. The TM Case holds TMs and HMs (Technical
Machines; Hidden Machines). These are items can teach Pokémon certain moves.
TMs are one-use-only; HMs have unlimited use. (This was changed come Black and
White - all were infinite use AND you couldn't sell.) The HMs are listed on the
top, which is the only time I've ever seen them like that. Ever.

*cough*  Anyhow, head over to the Pokémon Center, heal, and exit Pewter to the
east. As you do, one of Prof. Oak's aides will give you the Running Shoes.
These allow faster movement by holding B.

Exit east onto Route 3.

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                                   Route 3
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|   Pokémon Species   |       Pokémon Type       |    Rarity    |  Version  |
|---------------------+--------------------------+--------------+-----------|
|  Rattata            |  Normal                  |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Spearow            |  Normal/Flying           |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Pidgey             |  Normal/Flying           |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Jigglypuff         |  Normal                  |  Uncommon    |   Both    |
|  Nidoran <M>        |  Poison                  |  Uncommon    |    FR     |
|  Nidoran <M>        |  Poison                  |  Rare        |    LG     |
|  Nidoran <F>        |  Poison                  |  Uncommon    |    LG     |
|  Nidoran <F>        |  Poison                  |  Rare        |    FR     |
|  Mankey             |  Fighting                |  Rare        |   Both    |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Pidgey Lv. 9                                          |
|                     Caterpie Lv. 10 (x2), Weedle Lv. 10                   |
|                     Rattata Lv. 11, Ekans Lv. 11                          |
|  Same Trainer -+--> Weedle Lv. 9, Caterpie Lv. 9, Kakuna Lv. 9,           |
|                 `-> Metapod Lv. 9                                         |
|                     Spearow Lv. 14                                        |
|                     Rattata Lv. 10, Nidoran <F> Lv. 10                    |
|                     Caterpie Lv. 11, Metapod Lv. 11                       |
|                     Jigglypuff Lv. 14                                     |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Go east onto the Route and you'll see some Trainers in the near vicinity. Go
to the north and along the path, battling Greg, and then go to the ledge. Jump
down and battle the Trainer. Grab the Oran Berry (check the darker tile) and
jump down again and return to the Route entrance.

Return north and go past Greg to find another Trainer, with another one
further along the path.

Soon thereafter, you'll find the grass of the Route. Nothing really special
here, unless you need a Normal/Flying or Fighting type. The Nidoran are also
not too bad once they're fully evolved. Of course, there is always the Pokédex
thing, too.

Anyhow, continue forward and battle the Jigglypuff Trainer. Go further east
and north to the Route's end. There, you'll find the entrance into Mt. Moon and
a Pokémon Center.

Ignore both for now and go west. See the three rocks to the west of the Pokémon
Center? Examine the tile above the middle rock to find a Persim Berry, which
should also give you the Berry Pouch.

Next up is the Pokémon Center. Go inside and heal. Drop off any Pokémon you do
not plan on using, then go to the northwestern corner of the first floor. Speak
with the man there and give him $500 for a Magikarp. You probably know the
horrible reputation of Magikarp. They don't learn anything except the no-effect
Splash until Lv. 15. Even then, it's hard to level it up. However, at Lv. 20,
you will get a force to be reckoned with (if trained right): Gyarados.

Anyhow, exit the Pokémon Center and head east into Mt. Moon.

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                                   Route 3
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|                            1F Pokémon Listings                            |
 >--------------------+--------------------------+--------------+----------<
|   Pokémon Species   |       Pokémon Type       |    Rarity    |  Version  |
|---------------------+--------------------------+--------------+-----------|
|  Zubat              |  Poison/Flying           |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Geodude            |  Rock/Ground             |  Uncommon    |   Both    |
|  Clefairy           |  Normal                  |  Rare        |   Both    |
 >--------------------+--------------------------+--------------+----------<
|                            B1F Pokémon Listings                           |
 >--------------------+--------------------------+--------------+----------<
|   Pokémon Species   |       Pokémon Type       |    Rarity    |  Version  |
|---------------------+--------------------------+--------------+-----------|
|  Zubat              |  Poison/Flying           |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Paras              |  Bug/Grass               |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Geodude            |  Rock/Ground             |  Uncommon    |   Both    |
|  Clefairy           |  Normal                  |  Rare        |   Both    |
 >--------------------+--------------------------+--------------+----------<
|                            B2F Pokémon Listings                           |
 >--------------------+--------------------------+--------------+----------<
|   Pokémon Species   |       Pokémon Type       |    Rarity    |  Version  |
|---------------------+--------------------------+--------------+-----------|
|  Zubat              |  Poison/Flying           |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Paras              |  Bug/Grass               |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Geodude            |  Rock/Ground             |  Uncommon    |   Both    |
|  Clefairy           |  Normal                  |  Rare        |   Both    |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Weedle Lv. 11, Kakuna Lv. 11                          |
|                     Clefairy Lv. 14                                       |
|                     Magnemite Lv. 11, Voltorb Lv. 11                      |
|                     Caterpie Lv. 10 (x2), Metapod Lv. 10                  |
|                     Oddish Lv. 11, Bellsprout Lv. 11                      |
|                     Rattata Lv. 10 (x2), Zubat Lv. 10                     |
|                     Geodude Lv. 10 (x2), Onix Lv. 10                      |
|                     Grimer Lv. 12, Koffing Lv. 12, Voltorb Lv. 12         |
|                                                                           |
|  (Team Rocket Grunts) Sandshrew Lv. 11, Zubat Lv. 11, Rattata Lv. 11      |
|                       Zubat Lv. 11, Ekans Lv. 11                          |
|                       Rattata Lv. 13, Sandshrew Lv. 12                    |
|                       Rattata Lv. 13, Zubat Lv. 13                        |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

When you enter, go to the nearby item on the ground. This item ball contains
TM09, Bullet Seed, a multi-hit (2 to 5) Grass-type move. It is weak, however,
with a power that can range from 20 to 50, depending on the number of hits. It
will be fine for the short run on Bulbasaur, but otherwise...

Anyhow, go further north to battle a Bug Catcher. Defeat him and go north and
west to find a Parlyz Heal. Then return south, towards the entrance, and you
should find a Lass near a sign. Defeat her and continue along the path to a
ladder going down.

Here on B1F, continue following the linear path and catch a Paras if you want.
Go down the ladder to B2F and head east to battle a Team Rocket Grunt. Then go
further east and onto the nearby platform to obtain a Star Piece. It has no
use other than increasing your money ... which is good.

Return to the main floor and go southward to find a wall. Then go west and grab
the Potion. Battle and defeat the Super Nerd, then go north to battle another
Bug Catcher.

Keep going on the east side to obtain a Rare Candy and Escape Rope. A Rare
Candy is an item that instantly levels up a Pokémon; it has the most effect
right after a level up, trust me. The Escape Rope will allow you to instantly
exit any cavern and some other locations. Anyhow, go further north and speak
with the man near the rocks.

After that, go west and defeat the Lass, then west and downstairs to battle a
Team Rocket Grunt. Defeat him and go onto the platform nearby to obtain TM46
(Thief). The rock to the right of the Grunt, when examined, will yield an
Ether.

Now, return to the main floor of Mt. Moon and continue along the path, along
which you'll encounter a Youngster and a Hiker, in that order. Then head
downstairs and along the underground paths. Don't forget of the Moon Stone near
the exit -- each save file only has a guaranteed four. This is one of them.

When you return to the main rooms, go northward to get a Revive, then go east
to battle a Grunt. Continue along the path, defeat another Grunt, and head
north. You'll find a rock between two walls. Examine it for another Moon Stone.
Speak with the Super Nerd nearby to learn that he is near some fossils, but is
unwilling to share them with you.

Defeat Miguel and you'll given a choice of one of the fossils; Miguel takes the
other. There are two fossils - Dome and Helix.

O==========O==================O================O==============================O
|  Fossil  |  Pokémon Within  |  Pokémon Type  |  Pokémon's ability does...   |
O==========O==================O================O==============================O
|  Dome    |  Kabuto          |  Rock/Water    |  Prevent critical hits.      |
|  Helix   |  Omanyte         |  Rock/Water    |  Prevent critical hits.      |
O==========O==================O================O==============================O

Anyhow, pick whichever fossil you want. Go towards the exit and pick up the
Antidote as you do. Now, let's leave.

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|   Pokémon Species   |       Pokémon Type       |    Rarity    |  Version  |
|---------------------+--------------------------+--------------+-----------|
|  Rattata            |  Normal                  |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Spearow            |  Normal/Flying           |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Ekans              |  Poison                  |  Uncommon    |    FR     |
|  Sandshrew          |  Ground                  |  Uncommon    |    LG     |
|  Mankey             |  Fighting                |  Rare        |   Both    |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: No Trainers are found here, I believe.                |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Upon leaving Mt. Moon, head east to find two men facing each other. These men
are Move Tutors. They can teach one Pokémon a move. However, they can only do
so once. The western man teaches Mega Punch; the other teaches Mega Kick. They
are okay, for the most part, if you're lacking a decently-powerful move or have
a move you wish to rid yourself of.

Go a bit further and you'll find TM05, Roar. It causes the opponent to switch
their Pokémon (or ends a wild battle). Anyhow, go onto the tile directly to its
south and continue south across the ledges. After jumping over the second
ledge, press A and you should get a Razz Berry.

Continue a bit furher to find some grass for the wild Pokémon mentioned above.
(Ekans and Sandshrew are both good - they'll have advantages in future Gyms.)
You'll also find a path. If you continue along it and jump over the ledge, you
will not be allowed back to Mt. Moon and prior locations for a while, until you
learn and can use Fly out of battles.

When you're ready, jump over the ledge and head east into Cerulean City.

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                                Cerulean City
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 _____________________
|  Cerulean PokéMart  \
|______________________\____________________________________________________
|  Item Name ........................................................ Cost  |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Poké Ball ........................................................ $200  |
|  Super Potion ..................................................... $700  |
|  Potion ........................................................... $300  |
|  Antidote ......................................................... $100  |
|  Parlyz Heal ...................................................... $200  |
|  Burn Heal ........................................................ $250  |
|  Awakening ........................................................ $250  |
|  Escape Rope ...................................................... $550  |
|  Repel ............................................................ $350  |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

When you arrive, head on over to the Pokémon Center and heal up. Visit the
PokéMart next, if you want. You will find a new item, the Super_Potion. It 
heals 50 points of HP (heals 2.5x more than the Potion; cost 2.3x more).

Anyhow, head east and north to find two house next to each other. Enter the
westernmost one to find a man who can explain the benefits given by earning
each Badge. Go through the backdoor and you'll find five flowers to the east.
Search the empty part of the "w" shape to get a Rare Candy. Return inside the
man's house and go into the eastern house.

Here, you'll find a man who can make things from Berry Powder, an item made in
Pokémon Centers on the upper floor. It acts much like the PokéBlocks of Ruby,
Sapphire, and Emerald (the concept, anyhow. There aren't any Contests.) and you
can link GBA's together to make it. The man gives you a Powder Jar to keep the
Berry Powder in.

Leave here and go south to find a shop. The man inside will sell you a Bicycle
for the low, low prices of a mere $1,000,000! ... You know you can't afford
that. For two reasons: firstly, you will need some insane grinding or trading
for that much money, and secondly, you can only have $999,999. (This amount
was later made much higher by Black/White - I think it was $999,999,999.)  v_v

*sigh* Anyhow, heal up your Pokémon and try going north out of Cerulean. When
you do, you'll find and battle your rival.
 _____________________________________
|  BOSS: PKMN Trainer [rival's name]  \
|______________________________________\______________________________________
|  Pokémon: Charmander [if you chose Bulbasaur] (Lv. 18) Fire       <-,       |
|           Squirtle [if you chose Charmander] (Lv. 18) Water       <-+-Only 1|
|           Bulbasaur [if you chose Squirtle] (Lv. 18) Grass/Poison <-'       |
|           Pidgeotto (Lv. 17) Normal/Flying                                  |
|           Rattata (Lv. 15) Normal                                           |
|           Abra (Lv. 16) Psychic                                             |
|                                                                             |
|  Money Earned: $288.                                                        |
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Charmander is weak to Water, Rock, and Ground.                             |
|                                                                             |
|  Squirtle is weak to Electric and Grass.                                    |
|                                                                             |
|  Bulbasaur is weak to Fire, Ice, Flying, Bug, and Psychic.                  |
|                                                                             |
|  Pidgeotto is weak to Ice, Rock, and Electric. It is immune to Ground.      |
|                                                                             |
|  Rattata is weak only to Fighting and is immune to Ghost.                   |
|                                                                             |
|  Abra is weak to Ghost, Dark, and Bug.                                      |
|                                                                             |
|  Recommendations: If yur rival is using Charmander, use a Geodude; for      |
|  Squirtle, Paras; for Bulbasaur, Pidgeotto or Spearow. Lv. 20+ for the      |
|  aforementioned, hopefully. As for Pidgeotto, Geodude or Pikachu are good   |
|  choices (at Lv. 19+), although your starter might work fine, too. As for   |
|  Rattata and Abra, do whatever - the latter won't even damage you!          |
|_____________________________________________________________________________|

After defeating your rival, you'll soon be given the Fame Checker. It is quite
the worthless item - it merely repeats things said about certain famous people.

Anyhow, heal up if needed, then go north to Nugget Bridge.

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|   Pokémon Species   |       Pokémon Type       |    Rarity    |  Version  |
|---------------------+--------------------------+--------------+-----------|
|  No wild Pokémon are to be found here.                                    |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Caterpie, Metapod, Weedle, Kakuna; each are Lv. 10    |
|                     Pidgey Lv. 12, Bellsprout Lv. 12, Oddish Lv. 12       |
|                     Sandshrew Lv. 14, Ekans Lv. 14                        |
|                     Nidoran <M> Lv. 16, Nidoran <F> Lv. 16                |
|                     Mankey Lv. 18                                         |
|                     Ekans Lv. 15, Zubat Lv. 15                            |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Okay, when you enter the Bridge area, the general idea is to first fight five
Trainers of increasing difficulty. You should be able to go to the Pokémon
Center and heal in-between battles as needed.

Now, at the end, you'll be given a Nugget and an offer to join Team Rocket.
(Of course this is a Team Rocket Grunt.) Your character refuses the offer, so
you have to fight, correct? Do so.

O============================================================================O
|                            GLITCH EXPLOITATION!                            |
|                                                                            |
|  As I said earlier, you will obtain a Nugget, a join-Team-Rocket offer,    |
|  and a battle after defeating the five Nugget Bridge trainers and speaking |
|  with the Team Rocket Grunt. Now, say you lose the battle. Return here to  |
|  obtain ANOTHER Nugget, ANOTHER offer, and ANOTHER battle. Therefore, with |
|  each time you lose, you essentially gain $5,000! Repeat as desired. It is |
|  preferable to use a weak Pokémon (ie. Magikarp) to speed this up.         |
|                                                                            |
O============================================================================O

Once you're done here, return to Cerulean, heal up, and continue north onto
Route 24.

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|   Pokémon Species   |       Pokémon Type       |    Rarity    |  Version  |
|---------------------+--------------------------+--------------+-----------|
|  Pidgey             |  Normal/Flying           |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Oddish             |  Grass/Poison            |  Rare        |    FR     |
|  Bellsprout         |  Grass                   |  Rare        |    LG     |
|  Caterpie           |  Bug                     |  Uncommon    |   Both    |
|  Metapod            |  Bug                     |  Rare        |   Both    |
|  Weedle             |  Bug/Poison              |  Uncommon    |   Both    |
|  Kakuna             |  Bug/Poison              |  Rare        |   Both    |
|  Abra               |  Psychic                 |  Uncommon    |   Both    |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Rattata Lv. 14, Ekans Lv. 14                          |
|                     Machop Lv. 15, Geodude Lv. 15                         |
|                     Onix Lv. 17                                           |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Hm... Abra, eh? Abra isn't too bad an idea for future usage, though leveling
it will be tough, as it should only know Teleport. The Grass Pokémon are also
good choices, particularly for protecting Fire starters.

Anyhow, while in the grass to the west, defeat the Trainer. If my memory
serves me correctly, this is also the Trainer that, in the original R/B/Y/G,
allowed the earliest usage of the Mew glitch back in the day. Sadly, it was
fixed.

Return to the northern end of the Nugget Bridge and go north to find TM45,
Attract, a move that can cause Pokémon opposite of the user's gender to have
a 50-50 chance of doing nothing on a turn.

Then go east, and battle the two Hikers. After that, you should be on Route 25.

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|   Pokémon Species   |       Pokémon Type       |    Rarity    |  Version  |
|---------------------+--------------------------+--------------+-----------|
|  Pidgey             |  Normal/Flying           |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Oddish             |  Grass/Poison            |  Rare        |    FR     |
|  Bellsprout         |  Grass                   |  Rare        |    LG     |
|  Caterpie           |  Bug                     |  Uncommon    |   Both    |
|  Metapod            |  Bug                     |  Rare        |   Both    |
|  Weedle             |  Bug/Poison              |  Uncommon    |   Both    |
|  Kakuna             |  Bug/Poison              |  Rare        |   Both    |
|  Abra               |  Psychic                 |  Uncommon    |   Both    |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Rattata Lv. 15, Spearow Lv. 15                        |
|                     Slowpoke Lv. 17                                       |
|                     Nidoran <M> Lv. 15, Nidoran <F> Lv. 15                |
|                     Geodude Lv. 13 (x3), Machop Lv. 15                    |
|                     Rattata Lv. 14, Ekans Lv. 14                          |
|                     Ekans Lv. 14, Sandshrew Lv. 14                        |
|                     Oddish Lv. 13 (x2), Pidgey Lv. 13                     |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

After defeating the two Hikers, you should on Route 25. Stand to the left of
the lower-left grass tile. Go west four tiles and press A to find a Pecha
Berry, which can heal Poisoning.

Continue along the Route to battle the first four Trainers above. After
defeating the Hiker, you should go north and HAVE THE TRAINER TO THE NORTH
WALK TO YOU. This is so you can obtain TM43, Secret Power.

Anyhow, your next opponents, including the aforementioned Trainer, should be
a Camper and a Youngster. After defeating the Youngster, try to find a corner
like an upside-down "L" made by the tall grass and normal grass. See it? Now
there should also be an Oran Berry in the corner...

G G	That "X" marks the spot where the Oran Berry lies.
G X
G

*ahem*  Continue along the path to find a Lass. Defeat her and go north two
tiles, face left, and press A to find a Bluk Berry.

Continue along the path to find a house. Go inside to find something that looks
a bit like a Pokémon. The "Pokémon" reveals itself to be Bill, among the
biggest of the biggest Pokémaniacs and the creator of the PC Pokémon Storage
System. One of his experiments has transformed him into a Pokémon. You'll be
forced to help out. When Bill enters the chamber, press A on the computer to
transform Bill into a human being. He'll hand you the S.S. Ticket as a reward.
Next, exit and re-enter Bill's house and look at the computer. This way, you
can add the Pokédex data of Eevee, Flareon, Jolteon, and Vaporeon to your
Pokédex. Now leave the house and continue back west to Route 24.

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|   Pokémon Species   |       Pokémon Type       |    Rarity    |  Version  |
|---------------------+--------------------------+--------------+-----------|
|  Pidgey             |  Normal/Flying           |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Oddish             |  Grass/Poison            |  Rare        |    FR     |
|  Bellsprout         |  Grass                   |  Rare        |    LG     |
|  Caterpie           |  Bug                     |  Uncommon    |   Both    |
|  Metapod            |  Bug                     |  Rare        |   Both    |
|  Weedle             |  Bug/Poison              |  Uncommon    |   Both    |
|  Kakuna             |  Bug/Poison              |  Rare        |   Both    |
|  Abra               |  Psychic                 |  Uncommon    |   Both    |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Rattata Lv. 14, Ekans Lv. 14                          |
|                     Machop Lv. 15, Geodude Lv. 15                         |
|                     Onix Lv. 17                                           |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Go back south, back to the Nugget Bridge.

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Continue south into Cerulean City.

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                                Cerulean City
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 _____________________
|  Cerulean PokéMart  \
|______________________\____________________________________________________
|  Item Name ........................................................ Cost  |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Poké Ball ........................................................ $200  |
|  Super Potion ..................................................... $700  |
|  Potion ........................................................... $300  |
|  Antidote ......................................................... $100  |
|  Parlyz Heal ...................................................... $200  |
|  Burn Heal ........................................................ $250  |
|  Awakening ........................................................ $250  |
|  Escape Rope ...................................................... $550  |
|  Repel ............................................................ $350  |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Heal up at the Pokémon Center and buy some items as needed. Then go into the
Cerulean Gym. Be prepared to battle some Water types!

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                                 Cerulean Gym
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|   Pokémon Species   |       Pokémon Type       |    Rarity    |  Version  |
|---------------------+--------------------------+--------------+-----------|
|  No wild Pokémon are found in this location.                              |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Horsea Lv. 16, Shellder Lv. 16                        |
|                     Goldeen Lv. 19                                        |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Okay, go forward and defeat the Trainers. One is optional (the Horsea/Shellder
Trainer), but he is easy enough. Anyhow, when you're done with them, leave,
heal, and return. Speak with and battle Misty.
 __________________________
|  BOSS: Gym Leader Misty  \
|___________________________\_________________________________________________
|  Pokémon: Staryu (Lv. 18) Water                                             |
|           Starmie (Lv. 21) Water/Psychic                                    |
|                                                                             |
|  Money Earned: $2,100                                                       |
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Staryu is weak to Grass and Electric. The main problem with it is the      |
|  move Water Pulse, that may Confuse you.                                    |
|                                                                             |
|  Starmie is weak to Grass, Electric, Bug, Ghost, and Dark. It likes to use  |
|  the no-miss Normal-type move Swift.                                        |
|                                                                             |
|  Recommendations: Bulbasaur, Ivysaur, Pikachu, Oddish, or Bellsprout at     |
|  Lv. 21+ are enough for this battle, as long as they have a Grass move      |
|  (such as the Bullet Seed move). If this is not possible, try to use a      |
|  Pokémon not of the Fire, Rock, or Ground typings -- for example, use       |
|  Pidgeotto and Kadabra -- or those of the Fighting or Poison types.         |
|_____________________________________________________________________________|

After you win, you shall obtain the Cascadebadge, TM03 (Water Pulse), and the
ability to use the HM move Cut outside of battles.


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                                 Cerulean Gym
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Once you have received the Cascadebadge, proceed to leave the Gym.

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                                Cerulean City
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 _____________________
|  Cerulean PokéMart  \
|______________________\____________________________________________________
|  Item Name ........................................................ Cost  |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Poké Ball ........................................................ $200  |
|  Super Potion ..................................................... $700  |
|  Potion ........................................................... $300  |
|  Antidote ......................................................... $100  |
|  Parlyz Heal ...................................................... $200  |
|  Burn Heal ........................................................ $250  |
|  Awakening ........................................................ $250  |
|  Escape Rope ...................................................... $550  |
|  Repel ............................................................ $350  |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Okay, two Badges down, six to go. After exiting the Gym, head to and heal up
at the Pokémon Center. Circle around PokéMart and the Pokémon Gym to find a
policeman standing near an entrance. Go inside to find that the owners of the
residence were robbed of the TM Dig. You should then go through the hole in the
back to find an "innocent bystander" roaming around. Let's battle him "for
kicks".
 _______________________________
|  MINIBOSS: Team Rocket Grunt  \
|________________________________\____________________________________________
|  Pokémon: Drowzee (Lv. 17) Psychic                                          |
|                                                                             |
|  Money Earned: $544                                                         |
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Drowzee is weak to Dark, Bug, and Ghost moves and resists those of the     |
|  Fighting type. Generally, any Pokémon above Lv. 20 should be fine for this |
|  fight. Just be wary of using Fighting and/or Poison types.                 |
|_____________________________________________________________________________|

After the battle, you are given TM28, Dig. You are not obligated to return it
to the original owners. ^_^  Anyhow, Dig is a Ground-type move that will cause
the user to go underground for one turn, avoiding damage (in most cases), then
rise and cause damage on the next turn.

Continue southward to Route 5.

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                                   Route 5
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|   Pokémon Species   |       Pokémon Type       |    Rarity    |  Version  |
|---------------------+--------------------------+--------------+-----------|
|  Pidgey             |  Normal/Flying           |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Oddish             |  Grass/Poison            |  Common      |    FR     |
|  Bellsprout         |  Grass                   |  Common      |    LG     |
|  Meowth             |  Normal                  |  Common      |   Both    |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: No Trainers are found in this location.               |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Not much here, Pokémon-wise. Meowth is an interesting Pokémon, though. It has
the ability Pickup. Therefore, after battles, it may be holding an item if it
wasn't doing so before. 

Further along the Route, you find you cannot go east - there is a tree in the
way. Okay, south it is. You'll be able to jump the ledges. Do so to find the
Pokémon Daycare, where you leave one of your Pokémon. By doing so, the Pokémon
will gain 1 EXP. per step you taken. However, the moveset changes are not
controlled by you, and you must pay $100 + ($100 X number of levels gained).
So... Magikarp...?

Further south, you cannot go into Saffron City because the guard is thirst and
will be a complete douche about it.

There is only one option left - taking the underground pathway connecting
Route 5 with Route 6. Go into that building. Speak with the girl for a
version-specific trade...

O================O===================O=======================O================O
|  Game Version  |  Pokémon Desired  |  Pokémon You Receive  |  Pokémon Type  |
O================O===================O=======================O================O
|  FireRed       |  Nidoran <F>      |  Nidoran <M>          |  Poison        |
|  LeafGreen     |  Nidoran <M>      |  Nidoran <F>          |  Poison        |
O================O===================O=======================O================O

When you're done, go on downstairs and follow the linear path, and exit the
building to find Route 6.

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                                   Route 6
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|   Pokémon Species   |       Pokémon Type       |    Rarity    |  Version  |
|---------------------+--------------------------+--------------+-----------|
|  Pidgey             |  Normal/Flying           |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Oddish             |  Grass/Poison            |  Common      |    FR     |
|  Bellsprout         |  Grass                   |  Common      |    LG     |
|  Meowth             |  Normal                  |  Common      |   Both    |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Weedle Lv. 16 (x2), Caterpie Lv. 16                   |
|                     Squirtle Lv. 20                                       |
|                     Rattata Lv. 16, Pikachu Lv. 16                        |
|                     Butterfree Lv. 20                                     |
|                     Pidgey Lv. 16                                         |
|                     Spearow Lv. 16, Raticate Lv. 16                       |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

(I'm starting to be flooded with memories of my HeartGold/SoulSilver FAQ...)

Anyhow, upon exiting from the Underground Path, go to far western area. Go
between the ledges near the grass, face north, and press A to find a Sitrus
Berry. Do the same thing on the east side to find a Rare Candy. (Remember, go
directly left when exiting.)

Return to the left after grabbing the Rare Candy so we can battle some
Trainers. Let's begin with a Bug Catcher, a Camper, and Picnicker. Continue
along to find another Bug Catcher with a Butterfree. Remember, Compoundeyes
will make most attacks always-accurate, so use a Pokémon with a type advantage.

After defeating Elijah, continue along the path going south to fight another
Picnicker and another Camper. After defeating them, you should be able to get
to Vermilion City.

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                                Vermilion City
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 ______________________
|  Vermilion PokéMart  \
|_______________________\___________________________________________________
|  Item Name ........................................................ Cost  |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Poké Ball ........................................................ $200  |
|  Super Potion ..................................................... $700  |
|  Antidote ......................................................... $100  |
|  Parlyz Heal ...................................................... $200  |
|  Ice Heal ......................................................... $250  |
|  Awakening ........................................................ $250  |
|  Repel ............................................................ $350  |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

After arriving, head on into the Pokémon Center and speak with the nurse behind
the counter to heal yourself, as well as receive the VS. Seeker. This item will
let you know of Trainers that want to rematch you in the nearby area - those
that want a rematch get a "!!" above their heads and begin jumping; those who
you haven't fought get a "!"; those who don't want a rematch get an "X". It'll
take 100 steps to recharge the battery.

Leave the Pokémon Center and go into the house on the left. Speak with the man
inside and say "Yes" to get the Old Rod. In the ever-famous words of another
GameFAQs user, AstralFire, "Great. A Magikarp stick." Couldn't have put it
better. That's all the Old Rod can do, as far as I know - catch Magikarp.

Leave the house and go east, then south, then to the far west to find the
Pokémon Fan Club. One guy inside mentions something along the lines of his
Pikachu being cuter than that one ... where is this "that one"? There isn't
another in the building. @_@  Anyhow, speak with the old man and say "Yes" and
you will eventually obtain a Bike Voucher, which allows you to obtain a free
Bike. Know what? Let's go to Cerulean real quick. Exit Viridian to the north.

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|   Pokémon Species   |       Pokémon Type       |    Rarity    |  Version  |
|---------------------+--------------------------+--------------+-----------|
|  Pidgey             |  Normal/Flying           |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Oddish             |  Grass/Poison            |  Common      |    FR     |
|  Bellsprout         |  Grass                   |  Common      |    LG     |
|  Meowth             |  Normal                  |  Common      |   Both    |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Weedle Lv. 16 (x2), Caterpie Lv. 16                   |
|                     Squirtle Lv. 20                                       |
|                     Rattata Lv. 16, Pikachu Lv. 16                        |
|                     Butterfree Lv. 20                                     |
|                     Pidgey Lv. 16                                         |
|                     Spearow Lv. 16, Raticate Lv. 16                       |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Go north along the path back to the entrance to the Underground Path. Go into
it, follow the path, and exit back onto Route 5.

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|   Pokémon Species   |       Pokémon Type       |    Rarity    |  Version  |
|---------------------+--------------------------+--------------+-----------|
|  Pidgey             |  Normal/Flying           |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Oddish             |  Grass/Poison            |  Common      |    FR     |
|  Bellsprout         |  Grass                   |  Common      |    LG     |
|  Meowth             |  Normal                  |  Common      |   Both    |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: No Trainers are found in this location.               |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Here, continue north and back into Cerulean City.

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                                Cerulean City
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 _____________________
|  Cerulean PokéMart  \
|______________________\____________________________________________________
|  Item Name ........................................................ Cost  |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Poké Ball ........................................................ $200  |
|  Super Potion ..................................................... $700  |
|  Antidote ......................................................... $100  |
|  Parlyz Heal ...................................................... $200  |
|  Ice Heal ......................................................... $250  |
|  Awakening ........................................................ $250  |
|  Repel ............................................................ $350  |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Okay, we're back. Remember the Bike Shop from earlier? Go there now. Before,
you would have had to pay the impossibly-high $1,000,000. Now, you can get the
Bicycle for FREE! Sweet! The Bicycle is able to move much faster than the
Running Shoes.

Heal up as needed, then leave to the south.

NOTE: You may want to catch a spare Spearow if you plan on using any you've
      caught. This is to complete a trade.

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|   Pokémon Species   |       Pokémon Type       |    Rarity    |  Version  |
|---------------------+--------------------------+--------------+-----------|
|  Pidgey             |  Normal/Flying           |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Oddish             |  Grass/Poison            |  Common      |    FR     |
|  Bellsprout         |  Grass                   |  Common      |    LG     |
|  Meowth             |  Normal                  |  Common      |   Both    |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: No Trainers are found in this location.               |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Go south, test out the Bicycle, then go into the Underground Path. Go along it
and exit onto Route 6.

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|   Pokémon Species   |       Pokémon Type       |    Rarity    |  Version  |
|---------------------+--------------------------+--------------+-----------|
|  Pidgey             |  Normal/Flying           |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Oddish             |  Grass/Poison            |  Common      |    FR     |
|  Bellsprout         |  Grass                   |  Common      |    LG     |
|  Meowth             |  Normal                  |  Common      |   Both    |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Weedle Lv. 16 (x2), Caterpie Lv. 16                   |
|                     Squirtle Lv. 20                                       |
|                     Rattata Lv. 16, Pikachu Lv. 16                        |
|                     Butterfree Lv. 20                                     |
|                     Pidgey Lv. 16                                         |
|                     Spearow Lv. 16, Raticate Lv. 16                       |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Go along the path southward into Vermilion City once more.

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                                Vermilion City
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|  Vermilion PokéMart  \
|_______________________\___________________________________________________
|  Item Name ........................................................ Cost  |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Poké Ball ........................................................ $200  |
|  Super Potion ..................................................... $700  |
|  Antidote ......................................................... $100  |
|  Parlyz Heal ...................................................... $200  |
|  Ice Heal ......................................................... $250  |
|  Awakening ........................................................ $250  |
|  Repel ............................................................ $350  |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Okay, back in Vermilion again. Heal up if needed at the Pokémon Center. Go back
to the Pokémon Fan Club. Inside, you can speak with a girl that will give you a
Farfetch'd (named Ch'ding, not Dux like in the originals) for a Spearow. You
should remember that a Farfetch'd cannot be caught anywhere in the Kanto region
(guess she got hers from Johto?).

Anyhow, when done there, exit and go onto the nearby sand. Examine the
southwestern corner to find a Max Ether. You can also find it by going due
south from the Pokémon Center entrance until you hit water, then facing left
and pressing A.

Next, let's go to the harbor, where the S.S. Anne is docked.

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                      S.S. Anne (Vermilion City Harbor)
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|   Pokémon Species   |       Pokémon Type       |    Rarity    |  Version  |
|---------------------+--------------------------+--------------+-----------|
|  No wild Pokémon are found in this location.                              |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Shellder Lv. 21                                       |
|                     Horsea Lv. 17, Tentacool Lv. 17, Shellder Lv. 17      |
|                     Horsea Lv. 17 (x3)                                    |
|                     Tentacool Lv. 18, Staryu Lv. 18                       |
|                     Machop Lv. 20                                         |
|                     Tentacool Lv. 17, Shellder Lv. 17, Staryu Lv. 17      |
|                     Growlithe Lv. 18 (x2)                                 |
|                     Nidoran <M> Lv. 19, Nidoran <F> Lv. 19                |
|                     Pidgey Lv. 18, Nidoran <F> Lv. 18                     |
|                     Nidoran <M> Lv. 21                                    |
|                     Machop Lv. 17, Tentacool Lv. 17                       |
|                     Machop Lv. 18, Shellder Lv. 18                        |
|                     Goldeen Lv. 17 (x2), Tentacool Lv. 17                 |
|                     Pikachu Lv. 23                                        |
|                     Growlithe Lv. 17, Ponyta Lv. 17                       |
|                     Rattata Lv. 18, Pikachu Lv. 18                        |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Yeah, get ready for a hellish lot of battles. Luckily, there is a pseudo-
Pokémon Center on the ship.

Anyhow, enter and go to the far east, then south and downstairs. Examine the
trash can to find a Hyper Potion (heals 200 HP!). Then go into the nearest of
the doors. Inside, a man shall brag about the power of his Machoke (and refuse
to let us battle it). Take the nearby Super Potion and leave.

Go next door and battle the two Sailors. Go another cabin west to find another
Sailor, with an Ether inside. Next door is another Sailor, with TM44 (Rest)
nearby. Go into the last cabin on this floor to battle a Sailor and a
Fisherman.

After those battles, go upstairs, north, and into the far eastern cabin.
Defeat the Gentleman, then go into the next cabin. This is the pseudo-Pokémon
Center. Go into the third cabin from the far right for another cabin with a
battle. In the next ... I'll leave that one to you. The next has a man, a boy,
and a Wigglytuff (now I'm thinking of Pokémon Mystery Dungeon). The next cabin
yields two battles and TM31 (Brick Break), which is quite worth it. The final
cabin (on the far left) has an undercover agent on the trail of Team Rocket.

Go south and through the door at the end of the hall to find the kitchen.
Examine the trash cans on the east side to find a Pecha Berry, a Cheri Berry,
and a Chesto Berry, from north to south. They can heal Poisoning, Paralysis,
and Sleeping, respectively. Then check the southwestern trash can to find a
Great Ball, a Pokéball with a catch rate 1.5x that of the normal Poké Ball.

Leave and head north. Go upstairs, south, upstairs, and follow the path to find
another two Sailors. Go to the first cabin on the west side and speak with the
man there to add Snorlax to the Pokédex. Next cabin: two battles and a Stardust
(main use: sell for cash). The next cabin yields nothing. The fourth has two
more battles and the X Attack item. (For the record, the Lass, Dawn, has the
name of a character in the Gen. IV anime and the female partner in D/P/Pt.)
Ignore the last two cabins.

Return to the pseudo-Pokémon Center and heal. Return to this location and
go forward to find your rival. He'll brag shortly abouting owning 40 different
Pokémon species (actually quite a feat - he's caught and evolved most of the
Pokémon you can find thus far) before challenging you.
 _____________________________________
|  BOSS: PKMN Trainer [rival's name]  \
|______________________________________\______________________________________
|  Pokémon: Charmeleon [if you chose Bulbasaur] (Lv. 20) Fire     <-,         |
|           Wartortle [if you chose Charmander] (Lv. 20) Water    <-+- Only 1.|
|           Ivysaur [if you chose Squirtle] (Lv. 20) Grass/Poison <-'         |
|           Pidgeotto (Lv. 19) Normal/Flying                                  |
|           Raticate (Lv. 16) Normal  <---------------- Technically illegal.  |
|           Kadabra (Lv. 18) Psychic                                          |
|                                                                             |
|  Money Earned: $720.                                                        |
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Charmeleon is weak to Water, Rock, and Ground.                             |
|                                                                             |
|  Wartortle is weak to Electric and Grass.                                   |
|                                                                             |
|  Ivysaur is weak to Fire, Ice, Flying, Bug, and Psychic.                    |
|                                                                             |
|  Pidgeotto is weak to Ice, Rock, and Electric. It is immune to Ground.      |
|                                                                             |
|  Raticate is weak only to Fighting and is immune to Ghost.                  |
|                                                                             |
|  Kadabra is weak to Ghost, Dark, and Bug.                                   |
|                                                                             |
|  Recommendations: If yur rival is using Charmeleon, use a Graveler; for     |
|  Wartortle, Pikachu or a Grass type; for Ivysaur, Pidgeotto or Fearow. As   |
|  for his Pidgeotto, use Graveler or Pikachu. Kadabra and Raticate can be    |
|  dealt with your starter. All Pokémon should be Lv. 21+.                    |
|_____________________________________________________________________________|

After winning, your rival leaves. Continue and you'll find a man near a trash
can. You will end up giving the old man a back massage. He rewards you with
HM01 (Cut).

Cut is a particularly weak 40-Power Normal-type move. Using up a useful move
slot isn't a good idea... I got an idea - Farfetch'd! You probably already have
a decent Pidgeotto or Fearow, anyhow - why would you need another Normal/Flying
type in your team?

Okay, anyhow, exit the S.S. Anne.

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                                Vermilion City
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 ______________________
|  Vermilion PokéMart  \
|_______________________\___________________________________________________
|  Item Name ........................................................ Cost  |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Poké Ball ........................................................ $200  |
|  Super Potion ..................................................... $700  |
|  Antidote ......................................................... $100  |
|  Parlyz Heal ...................................................... $200  |
|  Ice Heal ......................................................... $250  |
|  Awakening ........................................................ $250  |
|  Repel ............................................................ $350  |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Go get the Farfetch'd or another useless-to-you Pokémon and teach it Cut. Then
get your Abra and heal up your Pokémon. Exit Vermilion to the east and you will
soon find the entrance to Diglett's Cave.

Okay, let's go east and you'll find the entrance to Diglett's Cave. Let's go
inside. Be sure to bring the Cut-user and Abra.

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                                Diglett's Cave
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|   Pokémon Species   |       Pokémon Type       |    Rarity    |  Version  |
|---------------------+--------------------------+--------------+-----------|
|  Diglett            |  Ground                  |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Dugtrio            |  Ground                  |  Uncommon    |   Both    |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: No Trainers are found here.                           |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Follow along the path. Little to mention, it is so linear. Try to pick up a
Diglett on the way - if you're lucky, try for Dugtrio. Go up the ladder at the
end.

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                               Route 2 (North)
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When you arrive, go south and into the house to find a boy inside. Speak with
him to receive Mr. Mime for an Abra. I only mentioned this for completion --
honestly, I would prefer you stick with Abra.

Anyhow, exit, go south, and Cut down the tree. Enter the nearby building. In
there is another one of Prof. Oak's aides. If you have caught 10+ Pokémon
species, you will get HM05, Flash.

Flash is a move that will lower the opponents' accuracy by ~25% in battle. Out
of battle, it will light up caverns and such that are too dark. For example,
Mt. Moon and Diglett's Cave are NOT Flash-able places. You can place it on Abra
or Bellsprout, as well as some other Grass and Psychic Pokémon, to my
knowledge.

Leave the building, heading south, and grab the Ether. Keep going south to find
a Parlyz Heal. Then return north to the Diglett's Cave entrance. Go west and
Cut down the tree, then go north into Pewter City.

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                                 Pewter City
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 ___________________
|  Pewter PokéMart  \
|____________________\______________________________________________________
|  Item Name ........................................................ Cost  |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Poké Ball ........................................................ $200  |
|  Super Potion ..................................................... $700  |
|  Antidote ......................................................... $100  |
|  Parlyz Heal ...................................................... $200  |
|  Ice Heal ......................................................... $250  |
|  Awakening ........................................................ $250  |
|  Repel ............................................................ $350  |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Heal up at the Pokémon Center if needed, then head to the northeastern corner
of the city. Cut down the tree then go into the Museum.

Inside, you'll see a person at the lower computer. He can teach Seismic Toss,
a move that deals damage equal to the user's level. The top-center man will
give you an Old Amber to take to a Pokémon Lab. Let's hold onto it.

Now, we're now going to backtrack to Viridian City for a quick thing. Nothing
major. Head south onto Route 2.

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Continue back south into Viridian Forest.

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                               Viridian Forest
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|   Pokémon Species   |       Pokémon Type       |    Rarity    |  Version  |
|---------------------+--------------------------+--------------+-----------|
|  Caterpie           |  Bug                     |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Metapod            |  Bug                     |  Uncommon    |    LG     |
|  Metapod            |  Bug                     |  Rare        |    FR     |
|  Weedle             |  Bug/Poison              |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Kakuna             |  Bug/Poison              |  Uncommon    |    FR     |
|  Kakuna             |  Bug/Poison              |  Rare        |    LG     |
|  Pikachu            |  Electric                |  Rare        |   Both    |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Weedle Lv. 6, Caterpie Lv. 6                          |
|                     Weedle Lv. 7 (x2), Kakuna Lv. 7                       |
|                     Caterpie Lv. 7, Caterpie Lv. 8                        |
|                     Metapod Lv. 7 (x2), Caterpie Lv. 7                    |
|                     Weedle Lv. 9                                          |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Follow the path back to Route 2's southern portion.

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                               Route 2 (South)
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Go south into Viridian City.

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                                Viridian City
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|  Viridian PokéMart  \
|______________________\____________________________________________________
|  Item Name ........................................................ Cost  |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Poké Ball ........................................................ $200  |
|  Super Potion ..................................................... $700  |
|  Antidote ......................................................... $100  |
|  Parlyz Heal ...................................................... $200  |
|  Ice Heal ......................................................... $250  |
|  Awakening ........................................................ $250  |
|  Repel ............................................................ $350  |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Now, go to the Cut tree near the water. Cut it down and speak with the Move
Tutor nearby to be able to teach Dream Eater. Dream Eater is a move that will
damage Sleeping Pokémon and absorb some HP.

When done here, head north to Route 2.

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                               Route 2 (South)
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Continue north to Viridian Forest.

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                               Viridian Forest
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|   Pokémon Species   |       Pokémon Type       |    Rarity    |  Version  |
|---------------------+--------------------------+--------------+-----------|
|  Caterpie           |  Bug                     |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Metapod            |  Bug                     |  Uncommon    |    LG     |
|  Metapod            |  Bug                     |  Rare        |    FR     |
|  Weedle             |  Bug/Poison              |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Kakuna             |  Bug/Poison              |  Uncommon    |    FR     |
|  Kakuna             |  Bug/Poison              |  Rare        |    LG     |
|  Pikachu            |  Electric                |  Rare        |   Both    |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Weedle Lv. 6, Caterpie Lv. 6                          |
|                     Weedle Lv. 7 (x2), Kakuna Lv. 7                       |
|                     Caterpie Lv. 7, Caterpie Lv. 8                        |
|                     Metapod Lv. 7 (x2), Caterpie Lv. 7                    |
|                     Weedle Lv. 9                                          |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Go east, and north, and so on, along the path to Route 2's north part.

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                               Route 2 (North)
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Go back into Diglett's Cave to the north, past the Cut tree.

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                                Diglett's Cave
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|   Pokémon Species   |       Pokémon Type       |    Rarity    |  Version  |
|---------------------+--------------------------+--------------+-----------|
|  Diglett            |  Ground                  |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Dugtrio            |  Ground                  |  Uncommon    |   Both    |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: No Trainers are found here.                           |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Continue back south to end up on the Vermilion side, right on Route 11.

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                                   Route 11
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|   Pokémon Species   |       Pokémon Type       |    Rarity    |  Version  |
|---------------------+--------------------------+--------------+-----------|
|  Spearow            |  Normal/Flying           |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Drowzee            |  Psychic                 |  Uncommon    |   Both    |
|  Ekans              |  Poison                  |  Common      |    FR     |
|  Sandshrew          |  Ground                  |  Common      |    LG     |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Ekans Lv. 21                                          |
|                     Sandshrew Lv. 19, Zubat Lv. 19                        |
|                     Magnemite Lv. 21                                      |
|                     Growlithe Lv. 18, Vulpix Lv. 18                       |
|                     Rattata Lv. 17 (x2), Raticate Lv. 17                  |
|                     Voltorb Lv. 18, Magnemite Lv. 18                      |
|                     Bellsprout Lv. 18, Oddish Lv. 18                      |
|                     Nidoran <M> Lv. 18, Nidorino Lv. 18                   |
|                     Magnemite Lv. 18 (x2), Magneton Lv. 18                |
|                     Poliwag Lv. 18, Horsea Lv. 18                         |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

So, east of the Vermilion entrance to Diglett's Cave, you'll find Route 11. Go
north to find an Awakening. Go along the northern path and you'll find four
Trainers, then an X Defend. After beating the next Trainer, examine the
standalone rock to obtain an Escape Rope. Go into the nearby building and 
upstairs to find another trade...

O================O===================O=======================O================O
|  Game Version  |  Pokémon Desired  |  Pokémon You Receive  |  Pokémon Type  |
O================O===================O=======================O================O
|  FireRed       |  Nidorina         |  Nidorino             |  Poison        |
|  LeafGreen     |  Nidorino         |  Nidorina             |  Poison        |
O================O===================O=======================O================O

Also up here is one of Prof. Oak's aides. He'll give you the Itemfinder, but
only if you've caught 30+ species of Pokémon. The Itemfinder simply allows you
to find hidden items, a fair deal of which are pointed out in this guide
anyways.

Leave the building heading east to find a ... thing ... in the middle of the
road. This "thing" is a Pokémon known as Snorlax and is among the heaviest of
Pokémon, weighing in at just over one-half US Customary ton (just under
one-hald metric ton). You cannot wake up the sleeping Pokémon, nor eject it
somehow into the nearby ocean. Well, return to the main part of Route 11 and
defeat the southern trainers. You'll fight two, then you can pick up an
X Defend, then defeat the last three Trainers. Return to Vermilion.

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                                Vermilion City
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 ______________________
|  Vermilion PokéMart  \
|_______________________\___________________________________________________
|  Item Name ........................................................ Cost  |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Poké Ball ........................................................ $200  |
|  Super Potion ..................................................... $700  |
|  Antidote ......................................................... $100  |
|  Parlyz Heal ...................................................... $200  |
|  Ice Heal ......................................................... $250  |
|  Awakening ........................................................ $250  |
|  Repel ............................................................ $350  |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Heal up at the Pokémon Center and bring along a few Ground types to the Gym.
You'll need to Cut down a tree, first, I believe.

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                                Vermilion Gym
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|   Pokémon Species   |       Pokémon Type       |    Rarity    |  Version  |
|---------------------+--------------------------+--------------+-----------|
|  No wild Pokémon are to be found here.                                    |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Pikachu Lv. 21 (x2)                                   |
|                     Voltorb Lv. 21, Magnemite Lv. 21                      |
|                     Pikachu Lv. 23                                        |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Go ahead and defeat the three Trainers in here.

Okay, now onto the puzzle. In the northern part of the building are some
electric bolts of energy, blocking the path to Lt. Surge. You are to remove
them. To do so, examine a trash can and you'll probably find a switch. Examine
another NEXT TO IT to possibly find another switch. The second switch wins it
for you. For reference, here is some math/diagrams.
             
                               O===========O===========O===========O
                               | Situation | Situation | Situation |
                               |    #1     |    #2     |    #3     |
          O====================O===========O===========O===========O
          |  ASCII Rendering   |  O O O O  |  O O O O  |  O O O O  |
          |  (F = first can)   |  O O O O  |  O O O O  |  O O S O  |
          |  (S = second can)  |  S O O O  |  O O S O  |  O S F S  |
          |  (O = others)      |  F S O O  |  O S F S  |  O O S O  |
          O====================O-----------O-----------O-----------O
          |   Chance/Odds of   |  50%      |  33.333%  |  25%      |
          |   Correct Guess    |  1 to 1   |  1 to 2   |  1 to 3   |
          O====================O===========O===========O===========O

If you fail to find the second switch, you must start that part all over.

Eventually, you'll get it right. Continue north to find, speak to, and battle
Lt. Surge.
 ______________________________
|  BOSS: Gym Leader Lt. Surge  \
|_______________________________\____________________________________________
|  Pokémon: Voltorb (Lv. 21) Electric                                        |
|           Pikachu (Lv. 18) Electric                                        |
|           Raichu (Lv. 24) Electric                                         |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  All three of these Pokémon share a lone weakness: Ground. They have a     |
|  type-based advantage over Water and Flying, and take half-damage from     |
|  Flying and Steel.                                                         |
|                                                                            |
|  Recommendations: Diglett, Sandshrew, or an evolution of them, at Lv. 23+. |
|  This is because Ground-types take no damage from Electric moves (even the |
|  no-miss Shock Wave), and they can do double damage to Electric types. If  |
|  such an option is unavailable, Dragon, Grass, and Electric types will     |
|  take half-damage from Electric. Point is, avoid Flying or Water types.    |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

After winning, you'll get the Thunderbadge, TM34 (Shock Wave - a no-miss
Electric-type move), and the ability to Fly outside of battles.


+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
++                                                                         ++
++     Section IV - Through Celadon Gym                     **FRLG44**     ++
++                                                                         ++
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

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                                Vermilion Gym
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Once you earn the Thunderbadge, you may now leave the Gym.

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                                Vermilion City
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 ______________________
|  Vermilion PokéMart  \
|_______________________\___________________________________________________
|  Item Name ........................................................ Cost  |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Great Ball ....................................................... $600  |
|  Super Potion ..................................................... $700  |
|  Revive ......................................................... $1,500  |
|  Antidote ......................................................... $100  |
|  Parlyz Heal ...................................................... $200  |
|  Burn Heal ........................................................ $250  |
|  Awakening ........................................................ $250  |
|  Escape Rope ...................................................... $500  |
|  Super Repel ...................................................... $500  |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Okay, with three badges in hand (and probably some static electricity), head
to the Pokémon Center and heal up. Teach a Pokémon Flash if you haven't yet
done so. Also be sure to bring along an Escape Rope, or a few Super Potions.

Head north onto Route 6.

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                                   Route 6
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|   Pokémon Species   |       Pokémon Type       |    Rarity    |  Version  |
|---------------------+--------------------------+--------------+-----------|
|  Pidgey             |  Normal/Flying           |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Oddish             |  Grass/Poison            |  Common      |    FR     |
|  Bellsprout         |  Grass                   |  Common      |    LG     |
|  Meowth             |  Normal                  |  Common      |   Both    |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Weedle Lv. 16 (x2), Caterpie Lv. 16                   |
|                     Squirtle Lv. 20                                       |
|                     Rattata Lv. 16, Pikachu Lv. 16                        |
|                     Butterfree Lv. 20                                     |
|                     Pidgey Lv. 16                                         |
|                     Spearow Lv. 16, Raticate Lv. 16                       |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Go north along the path back to the entrance to the Underground Path. Go into
it, follow the path, and exit back onto Route 5.

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|   Pokémon Species   |       Pokémon Type       |    Rarity    |  Version  |
|---------------------+--------------------------+--------------+-----------|
|  Pidgey             |  Normal/Flying           |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Oddish             |  Grass/Poison            |  Common      |    FR     |
|  Bellsprout         |  Grass                   |  Common      |    LG     |
|  Meowth             |  Normal                  |  Common      |   Both    |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: No Trainers are found in this location.               |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Here, continue north and back into Cerulean City.

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                                Cerulean City
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|  Cerulean PokéMart  \
|______________________\____________________________________________________
|  Item Name ........................................................ Cost  |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Great Ball ....................................................... $600  |
|  Super Potion ..................................................... $700  |
|  Revive ......................................................... $1,500  |
|  Antidote ......................................................... $100  |
|  Parlyz Heal ...................................................... $200  |
|  Burn Heal ........................................................ $250  |
|  Awakening ........................................................ $250  |
|  Escape Rope ...................................................... $500  |
|  Super Repel ...................................................... $500  |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Instead of entering the city, unless you need to shop/heal/whatever, go to the
eastern portion of the city and Cut down the small tree to find Route 9.

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|   Pokémon Species   |       Pokémon Type       |    Rarity    |  Version  |
|---------------------+--------------------------+--------------+-----------|
|  Spearow            |  Normal/Flying           |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Rattata            |  Normal                  |  Uncommon    |   Both    |
|  Ekans              |  Poison                  |  Common      |    FR     |
|  Sandshrew          |  Ground                  |  Common      |    LG     |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Bellsprout Lv. 18 (x2), Oddish Lv. 18 (x2)            |
|                     Machop Lv. 20, Onix Lv. 20                            |
|                     Growlithe Lv. 21, Charmander Lv. 21                   |
|                     Beedrill Lv. 19 (x2)                                  |
|                     Geodude Lv. 21, Onix Lv. 21                           |
|                     Caterpie Lv. 20, Weedle Lv. 20, Venonat Lv. 20        |
|                     Rattata Lv. 19, Ekans Lv. 19, Sandshrew Lv. 19 (x2)   |
|                     Geodude Lv. 20 (x2), Machop Lv. 20                    |
|                     Meowth Lv. 21                                         |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Go forward to find a Picnicker, Alicia. Defeat her and go south to find TM40,
Aerial Ace. It is a 60-Power no-miss Flying-move. Quite decent.

Continue forward to find a Hiker, with a fork in the path soon thereafter. Take
the northern branch to battle two Trainers. Return to the fork, go south and
east, and battle another Hiker. Defeat him, grab the Burn Heal, and return to
the fork. Take the central path to the right, then north a bit.

Defeat the Bug Catcher, then the Camper to his west. Return east and north to
continue along the path, and into another battle with a Hiker. West of said
Hiker is a Chesto Berry in the darker patch.

Go east and over the ledge. Battle the Picnicker if desired, then continue
onward to Route 10.

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|   Pokémon Species   |       Pokémon Type       |    Rarity    |  Version  |
|---------------------+--------------------------+--------------+-----------|
|  Spearow            |  Normal/Flying           |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Voltorb            |  Electric                |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Rattata            |  Normal                  |  Uncommon    |   Both    |
|  Ekans              |  Poison                  |  Common      |    FR     |
|  Sandshrew          |  Ground                  |  Common      |    LG     |
|  Mankey             |  Fighting                |  Rare        |   Both    |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Pikachu Lv. 20, Clefairy Lv. 20                       |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Voltorb is a new (wild) face. It is of the Electric type, one of the earliest
you can find. Assuming you didn't take the time to catch the rare Pikachu back
in Viridian Forest, try catching Voltorb now. Electric moves are
super-effective over Flying and Water, and are one of the few types that can do
just normal damage to Steel. Plus, Electrode, its evolution, is among the
fastest Kanto Pokémon.

The Route is fairly linear. Just head south to find some Cut trees, a Trainer,
and a Pokémon Center. Enter the aforementioned Pokémon Center and heal your
party. BRING ALONG YOUR FLASH USER and go into the Rock Tunnel nearby.

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                                 Rock Tunnel
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|   Pokémon Species   |       Pokémon Type       |    Rarity    |  Version  |
|---------------------+--------------------------+--------------+-----------|
|  Zubat              |  Poison/Flying           |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Machop             |  Fighting                |  Uncommon    |   Both    |
|  Geodude            |  Rock/Ground             |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Onix               |  Rock/Ground             |  Uncommon    |   Both    |
|  Mankey             |  Fighting                |  Uncommon    |   Both    |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Cubone Lv. 23, Slowpoke Lv. 23                        |
|                     Slowpoke Lv. 25                                       |
|                     Oddish Lv. 22, Bulbasaur Lv. 22                       |
|                     Charmander Lv. 22, Cubone Lv. 22                      |
|                     Geodude Lv. 25                                        |
|                     Machop Lv. 20, Onix Lv. 20                            |
|                     Geodude Lv. 19 (x3), Machop Lv. 19                    |
|                     Onix Lv. 20 (x2), Geodude Lv. 20                      |
|                     Geodude Lv. 21, Graveler Lv. 21                       |
|                     Jigglypuff Lv. 21, Meowth Lv. 21, Pidgey Lv. 21       |
|                     Geodude Lv. 21 (x2), Graveler Lv. 21                  |
|                     Slowpoke Lv. 20                                       |
|                     Bellsprout Lv. 22, Clefairy Lv. 22                    |
|                     Bellsprout Lv. 19, Pidgey Lv. 19, Rattata Lv. 19 (x2) |
|                     Meowth Lv. 20, Pidgey Lv. 20, Oddish Lv. 20           |
| (Outside Trainers)  Pidgey Lv. 21, Pidgeotto Lv. 21                       |
|                     Geodude Lv. 21, Onix Lv. 21                           |
|                     Onix Lv. 19, Graveler Lv. 19                          |
|                     Cubone Lv. 20, Slowpoke Lv. 20                        |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

When you enter, go east for a Repel. Return to the entrance and go along the
path to find a Pokémaniac. Continue along the path to go downstairs, and you
will find some small rocks. These are the Rock Smash rocks. You lack the HM or
Badge for them, so ignore them.

Instead, go along the path some more to battle a Trainer, Pokémaniac Winston.
To the far west of him, you'll find a Revive. Continue to battle the other two
Trainers, a Picnicker and a Pokémaniac, then go north to find a Hiker. Go to
the other side of the wall to find another Hiker.

From Eric, head northwest and downstairs. Go forward to battle another Hiker,
the south to find another two Hikers. Grab the Escape Rope and use the
staircase nearby.

Go north to find some Rock Smash rocks. Ignore them and head west to find a
Picnicker. Go north to find Max Ether; south yields a Move Tutor that teaches
Rock Slide.

Continue along the path to find a Hiker and a Pokémaniac. Past this Pokémaniac
are some stairs. Use them and go along the path some more to battle two more
Trainers. Pick up the Pearl (used for selling) afterwards, then proceed to beat
the Picnicker, the last Trainer INSIDE the Rock Tunnel.

Head towards the exit and leave the Rock Tunnel. Outside, you'll be able to
battle four more Trainers as you head south to Lavender Town, but they are
purely optional. Anyhow, stnad on the tile to the right of the Rock Tunnel
sign, go four steps east, one north, press A, and enjoy the Nanab Berry.
Continue south to Lavender Town when ready.

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                                Lavender Town
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 _____________________
|  Lavender PokéMart  \
|______________________\____________________________________________________
|  Item Name ........................................................ Cost  |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Great Ball ....................................................... $600  |
|  Super Potion ..................................................... $700  |
|  Revive ......................................................... $1,500  |
|  Antidote ......................................................... $100  |
|  Parlyz Heal ...................................................... $200  |
|  Burn Heal ........................................................ $250  |
|  Awakening ........................................................ $250  |
|  Escape Rope ...................................................... $500  |
|  Super Repel ...................................................... $500  |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

If this is the first time you've been shopping since getting the Thunderbadge,
you'll notice the Great Balls that are now available. They have 1.5x the catch
rate of the normal Poké Ball. The Revive is a status-healing item, used for the
faint/KO status (heals with 1/2 HP). Buy a few of both.

The only thing of interest here at the moment, aside from the Pokémon Center
and the PokéMart, would perhaps be the Name Rater's house, south-southwest of
the large Pokémon Tower. The Name Rater will allow you to rename any Pokémon
THAT YOU HAVE OWNED (ie. not from trades).

Okay, anyhow, heal up and go into the Pokémon Tower.

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                                Pokémon Tower
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|   Pokémon Species   |       Pokémon Type       |    Rarity    |  Version  |
|---------------------+--------------------------+--------------+-----------|
|  Ghost              |  ???                     |  Guaranteed  |   Both    |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: None for the moment.                                  |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Go upstairs to 2F and you'll find your rival. Time for a battle!
 _____________________________________
|  BOSS: PKMN Trainer [rival's name]  \
|______________________________________\______________________________________
|  Pokémon [if you chose Bulbasaur]: Pidgeotto (Lv. 25) Normal/Flying         |
|                                    Gyarados (Lv. 22) Water/Flying           |
|                                    Kadabra (Lv. 20) Psychic                 |
|                                    Exeggcute (Lv. 23) Grass/Psychic         |
|                                    Charmeleon (Lv. 25) Fire                 |
|                                                                             |
|  Money Earned: $900                                                         |
|~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~|
|  Pokémon [if you chose Charmander]: Pidgeotto (Lv. 25) Normal/Flying        |
|                                     Growlithe (Lv. 23) Fire                 |
|                                     Kadabra (Lv. 20) Psychic                |
|                                     Exeggcute (Lv. 22) Grass/Psychic        |
|                                     Wartortle (Lv. 25) Water                |
|                                                                             |
|  Money Earned: $900                                                         |
|~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~|
|  Pokémon [if you chose Squirtle]: Pidgeotto (Lv. 25) Normal/Flying          |
|                                   Growlithe (Lv. 22) Fire                   |
|                                   Kadabra (Lv. 20) Psychic                  |
|                                   Gyarados (Lv. 23) Water/Flying            |
|                                   Ivysaur (Lv. 25) Grass/Poison             |
|                                                                             |
|  Money Earned: $900                                                         |
|=============================================================================|
|  Pidgeotto is weak to Rock, Ice, and Electric. It is immune to Ghost and    |
|  Ground.                                                                    |
|                                                                             |
|  Gyarados is weak to Electric (4x) and Rock. It is immune to Ground.        |
|                                                                             |
|  Kadabra is weak to Bug, Ghost, and Dark.                                   |
|                                                                             |
|  Exeggcute is weak to Fire, Ice, Flying, Poison, Bug (4x), Ghost, and Dark. |
|                                                                             |
|  Charmeleon is weak to Rock, Ground, and Water.                             |
|                                                                             |
|  Growlithe is weak to Rock, Ground, and Water.                              |
|                                                                             |
|  Wartortle is weak to Electric and Grass.                                   |
|                                                                             |
|  Ivysaur is weak to Fire, Ice, Flying, and Psychic.                         |
|                                                                             |
|  Recommendations:							      |
|  ~ Voltorb, Electrode, Pikachu, Graveler -> Pidgeotto                       |
|  ~ Electric-type -> Gyarados                                                |
|  ~ Most anything non-Fighting/Poison -> Kadabra                             |
|  ~ Pidgeotto/Fearow -> Exeggcute, Ivysaur                                   |
|  ~ Graveler -> Charmeleon, Growlithe                                        |
|  ~ Electric-type -> Wartortle                                               |
|_____________________________________________________________________________|

After defeating your rival, he'll speak of how he found a Cubone in Pokémon
Tower, yet he cannot find a Marowak here, the evolved form of Cubone.

He'll leave the Tower. Follow suit.

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                                Lavender Town
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 _____________________
|  Lavender PokéMart  \
|______________________\____________________________________________________
|  Item Name ........................................................ Cost  |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Great Ball ....................................................... $600  |
|  Super Potion ..................................................... $700  |
|  Revive ......................................................... $1,500  |
|  Antidote ......................................................... $100  |
|  Parlyz Heal ...................................................... $200  |
|  Burn Heal ........................................................ $250  |
|  Awakening ........................................................ $250  |
|  Escape Rope ...................................................... $500  |
|  Super Repel ...................................................... $500  |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Heal your team if you need to, then exit, heading west.

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                                   Route 8
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|   Pokémon Species   |       Pokémon Type       |    Rarity    |  Version  |
|---------------------+--------------------------+--------------+-----------|
|  Pidgey             |  Normal/Flying           |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Meowth             |  Normal                  |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Ekans              |  Poison                  |  Common      |    FR     |
|  Sandshrew          |  Ground                  |  Common      |    LG     |
|  Growlithe          |  Fire                    |  Rare        |    FR     |
|  Vulpix             |  Fire                    |  Rare        |    LG     |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Clefairy Lv. 22 (x2)                                  |
|                     Growlithe Lv. 24, Vulpix Lv. 24                       |
|                     Grimer Lv. 22 (x2), Muk Lv. 22                        |
|                     Clefairy Lv. 22, Jigglypuff Lv. 22                    |
|                     Nidoran <F> Lv. 23, Nidorina Lv. 23                   |
|                     Koffing Lv. 26                                        |
|                     Meowth Lv. 24 (x3)                                    |
|  Same Trainer -+->  Pidgey Lv. 19, Pikachu Lv. 19, Rattata Lv. 19,        |
|                '->  Nidoran <M> Lv. 19, Meowth Lv. 19                     |
|                     Grimer Lv. 24 (x2)                                    |
|                     Koffing Lv. 22 (x2), Grimer Lv. 23                    |
|                     Poliwag Lv. 22 (x2), Poliwhirl Lv. 22                 |
|                     Voltorb Lv. 20 (x2), Koffing Lv. 20, Magnemite Lv. 20 |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

While you are here, it will be quite key to pick up a Growlithe or Vulpix.
They are among the rarer of Pokémon in this game, as far as Fire-types go.
In fact, if you lack a Flying Pokémon (ie. Pidgeot by now), PICK ONE UP; the
next Gym is Grass.

Anyhow, go forward some and battle a couple of Trainers. You'll then see a
large patch of grass fenced off to the west. In this is some battling grass as
well as some hidden items.

First, Cut the tree down and get inside. Now, for an ASCII rendering...

###	Assume the #s are fence pieces. This shows the northeast corner of the
  ##	blocked-off area. X is where I'll start you from EACH AND EVERY TIME.
 X #    O is the Cut tree.
   #
   O

~ For a Rawst Berry: go two steps west, face left, and press A.
~ For a Lum Berry: go seven steps west, face down, and press A.
~ For a Leppa Berry: go five steps south, two west, face left, and press A.

Leave the grass and continue along the main path to battle a few more Trainers.
The second initiates you in a double battle - nothing much to mention about it
except that it is a 2-on-2. The last eight Trainers on the Route follow this
double battle.

Now, seeing as you cannot get into Saffron again, thanks to another thirsty
guard, take the Underground Path. Down there, get some Itemfinder training: in
the main path, you can find an Ice Heal, an Antidote, a Burn Heal, an
Awakening, a Parlyz Heal, and a Potion.

Exit to find Celadon City to be quite nearby.

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                                 Celadon City
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 _____________________________________          ____________________________
|  Dept. Store, Second Floor - North  \        /  Technical Machines (TMs)  |
|______________________________________\______/_____________________________|
|  Item Name ........................................................ Cost  |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  TM05 ........................................................... $1,000  |
|  TM15 ........................................................... $7,500  |
|  TM28 ........................................................... $2,000  |
|  TM31 ........................................................... $3,000  |
|  TM43 ........................................................... $3,000  |
|___________________________________________________________________________|
 _____________________________________               _______________________
|  Dept. Store, Second Floor - South  \             /  Basic Trainer Items  |
|______________________________________\___________/________________________|
|  Item Name ........................................................ Cost  |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Great Ball ....................................................... $600  |
|  Super Potion ..................................................... $700  |
|  Revive ......................................................... $1,500  |
|  Antidote ......................................................... $100  |
|  Parlyz Heal ...................................................... $200  |
|  Burn Heal ........................................................ $250  |
|  Awakening ........................................................ $250  |
|  Escape Rope ...................................................... $500  |
|  Super Repel ...................................................... $500  |
|___________________________________________________________________________|
 _____________________________                       _______________________
|  Dept. Store, Fourth Floor  \                     /  Miscellaneous Items  |
|______________________________\___________________/________________________|
|  Item Name ........................................................ Cost  |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Poké Doll ...................................................... $1,000  |
|  Retro Mail ........................................................ $50  |
|  Fire Stone ..................................................... $2,100  |
|  Thunderstone ................................................... $2,100  |
|  Water Stone .................................................... $2,100  |
|  Leaf Stone ..................................................... $2,100  |
|___________________________________________________________________________|
 ____________________________________          _____________________________
|  Dept. Store, Fifth Floor - North  \       /  EV (Effort Value) Boosters  |
|_____________________________________\_____/_______________________________|
|  Item Name ........................................................ Cost  |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  HP Up .......................................................... $9,800  |
|  Protein ........................................................ $9,800  |
|  Iron ........................................................... $9,800  |
|  Calcium ........................................................ $9,800  |
|  Zinc ........................................................... $9,800  |
|  Carbos ......................................................... $9,800  |
|___________________________________________________________________________|
 ____________________________________            ___________________________
|  Dept. Store, Fifth Floor - South  \          /  In-Battle Stat Boosters  |
|_____________________________________\________/____________________________|
|  Item Name ........................................................ Cost  |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  X Attack ......................................................... $550  |
|  X Defend ......................................................... $550  |
|  X Speed .......................................................... $350  |
|  X Special ........................................................ $350  |
|  X Accuracy ....................................................... $950  |
|  Guard Spec. ...................................................... $700  |
|  Dire Hit ......................................................... $650  |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Okay, we're finally in Celadon. Head over to the Pokémon Center and heal your
party. Then head over to the western side of the city and go into the Dept.
Store. Buy some stuff. There are also a few things of note: firstly, a Move
Tutor (teaching Counter) on 3F; secondly, give the girl on the rooftop some of
the Vending Machine drinks to receive TMs - TM16 for Fresh Water, TM20 for
Soda Pop, and TM33 for Lemonade.

After leaving, go into the building to the east, the Celadon Mansion. Speak
with the old lady on the first floor to get a Key Item, Tea.

Return to the Pokémon Center, go around back, follow the path, and go the
mansion's back door. Go to the top floor and into another room to get a free
Eevee at Lv. 25. With certain methods, it can evolve into one of seven Pokémon:

            O----------------O-----------------------------------O
            |  Eevee-lution  |              Method               |
            O----------------O-----------------------------------O
            |  Flareon       |  Use Fire Stone.                  |
            |  Jolteon       |  Use Thunderstone.                |
            |  Vaporeon      |  Use Water Stone.                 |
            |  Espeon        |  Trade from R/S/E/Colosseum/XD.   |
            |  Umbreon       |  Trade from R/S/E/Colosseum/XD.   |
            |  Leafeon       |  Need to import to D/P/Pt/HG/SS.  |
            |  Glaceon       |  Need to import to D/P/Pt/HG/SS.  |
            O----------------O-----------------------------------O

Go out of the mansion from the back, then continue west to grab an Ether.

Next up, go to the Rocket Game Corner. It is southwest of the Pokémon Center.

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                      Rocket Game Corner (Celadon City)
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|   Pokémon Species   |       Pokémon Type       |    Rarity    |  Version  |
|---------------------+--------------------------+--------------+-----------|
|  No wild Pokémon are to be found here.                                    |
|===========================================================================|
|  Team Rocket Grunts' Pokémon: Raticate Lv. 20, Zubat Lv. 20               |
|                               Drowzee Lv. 21, Machop Lv. 21               |
|                               Raticate Lv. 21 (x2)                        |
|  Same Trainer ---+------>     Zubat Lv. 17 (x2), Raticate Lv. 17,         |
|                  '------>     Koffing Lv. 17, Grimer Lv. 17               |
|                               Machop Lv. 21 (x2)                          |
|                               Rattata, Raticate, Drowzee; each Lv. 20     |
|                               Koffing Lv. 21, Zubat Lv. 21                |
|                               Rattata Lv. 19 (x2), Raticate Lv. 19 (x2)   |
|                               Grimer Lv. 20, Koffing Lv. 20 (x2)          |
|                               Sandshrew, Sandslash, Ekans; each Lv. 23    |
|                               Ekans, Arbok, Sandshrew; each Lv. 23        |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

When you enter, go to the Team Rocket Grunt standing next to the counter,
standing near the poster as well, and speak with him. Defeat him in battle. He
will flee. Examine the poster he was near and you'll be allowed into the base.

After the quick screenshot, go south, then east into a room. Defeat the Grunt
here, then go left to find another Grunt. Go into the room the aforementioned
Grunt was near, grab the Escape Rope, return to the entrance, and go down the
stairwell.

Continue along the path to find a Grunt. Defeat him, go downstairs, go into the
next room, and defeat this Grunt. Continue south of him to find TM21,
Frustration, a move that deals more damage as the user is less friendly with
its Trainer (you).

Get back into the open and look to the west. You'll find some of the force pads
or arrows. These will force you in the direction they point until you hit
something, such as an arrow or wall or something.

For now, go on the southbound arrow and grab another Rare Candy. Next, get on
the northbound arrow, circle around to the westbound arrow, then to the
eastbound arrow, then head west to the wall. Go to the bottom and get onto the
top arrow of those pointing east.

Defeat the Grunt nearby, grab the Blackglasses, and head downstairs. Grab the
Max Ether on the table. Go north to find a Grunt. Also be sure to grab TM49
(Snatch) after defeating said Grunt.

This Grunt will also drop the Lift Key. Gnab it and return to the first room
with the arrows. Take the bottom arrow. Pick up the Moon Stone (two left
arrows away), then go around the blocks on the northern path. There, you will
find an X Speed. Next, go on the arrow below the one next to the far-west
yellow tile. Pick up TM12 (Taunt).

Go south of the aforementioned TM and step on the uppermost of the two
eastbound arrows, or take the southbound one. Step right, the left, then go
down onto the bottom arrow for a Super Potion. Otherwise, you can take the top
arrow, then the next arrow.

Go up the stairs and west some to battle another Grunt. Go to the northwest
corner and grab the Hyper Potion, then east to battle another Grunt. Return
downstairs and head into the elevator. Go to B4F.

Leave the elevator and go west to find a Calcium, then north to find two Grunts
near a door. Defeat them and the door shall open. Heal up if your Pokémon are a
bit hurt, then head on forward.

Eventually, you will encounter Giovanni. Giovanni is the leader of the criminal
organization known as Team Rocket. Giovanni isn't exactly pleased at having you
beat up his employees. He wants to take some payment out of your behind.

How about making the feeling mutual?
 __________________
|  BOSS: Giovanni  \
|___________________\________________________________________________________
|  Pokémon: Onix (Lv. 25) Rock/Ground                                        |
|           Rhyhorn (Lv. 24) Rock/Ground                                     |
|           Kangaskhan (Lv. 29) Normal                                       |
|                                                                            |
|  Money Earned: $2,900                                                      |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Onix and Rhyhorn share the same weaknesses. Double-weakness to Grass and  |
|  Water; single-weakness to Fighting, Ice, and Steel; immunity to Electric. |
|                                                                            |
|  Kangaskhan is weak to Fighting and immune to Ghost.                       |
|                                                                            |
|  Recommendations:                                                          |
|  ~ A Grass or Water type -> Onix and Rhyhorn                               |
|  ~ Strongest Pokémon -> Kangaskhan                                         |
|  ~ All should be Lv. 30+.                                                  |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

Okay. Grab the Silph Scope and leave, preferably via Escape Rope.

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                                 Celadon City
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|  Dept. Store, Second Floor - North  \        /  Technical Machines (TMs)  |
|______________________________________\______/_____________________________|
|  Item Name ........................................................ Cost  |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  TM05 ........................................................... $1,000  |
|  TM15 ........................................................... $7,500  |
|  TM28 ........................................................... $2,000  |
|  TM31 ........................................................... $3,000  |
|  TM43 ........................................................... $3,000  |
|___________________________________________________________________________|
 _____________________________________               _______________________
|  Dept. Store, Second Floor - South  \             /  Basic Trainer Items  |
|______________________________________\___________/________________________|
|  Item Name ........................................................ Cost  |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Great Ball ....................................................... $600  |
|  Super Potion ..................................................... $700  |
|  Revive ......................................................... $1,500  |
|  Antidote ......................................................... $100  |
|  Parlyz Heal ...................................................... $200  |
|  Burn Heal ........................................................ $250  |
|  Awakening ........................................................ $250  |
|  Escape Rope ...................................................... $500  |
|  Super Repel ...................................................... $500  |
|___________________________________________________________________________|
 _____________________________                       _______________________
|  Dept. Store, Fourth Floor  \                     /  Miscellaneous Items  |
|______________________________\___________________/________________________|
|  Item Name ........................................................ Cost  |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Poké Doll ...................................................... $1,000  |
|  Retro Mail ........................................................ $50  |
|  Fire Stone ..................................................... $2,100  |
|  Thunderstone ................................................... $2,100  |
|  Water Stone .................................................... $2,100  |
|  Leaf Stone ..................................................... $2,100  |
|___________________________________________________________________________|
 ____________________________________          _____________________________
|  Dept. Store, Fifth Floor - North  \       /  EV (Effort Value) Boosters  |
|_____________________________________\_____/_______________________________|
|  Item Name ........................................................ Cost  |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  HP Up .......................................................... $9,800  |
|  Protein ........................................................ $9,800  |
|  Iron ........................................................... $9,800  |
|  Calcium ........................................................ $9,800  |
|  Zinc ........................................................... $9,800  |
|  Carbos ......................................................... $9,800  |
|___________________________________________________________________________|
 ____________________________________            ___________________________
|  Dept. Store, Fifth Floor - South  \          /  In-Battle Stat Boosters  |
|_____________________________________\________/____________________________|
|  Item Name ........................................................ Cost  |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  X Attack ......................................................... $550  |
|  X Defend ......................................................... $550  |
|  X Speed .......................................................... $350  |
|  X Special ........................................................ $350  |
|  X Accuracy ....................................................... $950  |
|  Guard Spec. ...................................................... $700  |
|  Dire Hit ......................................................... $650  |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Next up is the Pokémon Gym. Head on over to the Pokémon Center, heal your
party, and bring along your Cut user. Head to the northeastern part of the city
to find a Cut tree. Go to its right, go two steps east, one north, press A,
and grab your PP Up.

Return to the south-central part of the city. Cut down the small tree nearby
and go along the path to find the Celadon City Gym.

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                                 Celadon Gym
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|   Pokémon Species   |       Pokémon Type       |    Rarity    |  Version  |
|---------------------+--------------------------+--------------+-----------|
|  No wild Pokémon are found in this location.                              |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Bellsprout Lv. 24 (x2)                                |
|                     Bellsprout Lv. 23, Weepinbell Lv. 23                  |
|                     Oddish Lv. 21 (x2), Bellsprout Lv. 21 (x2)            |
|                     Bulbasaur Lv. 24, Ivysaur Lv. 24                      |
|  Same Trainer -+->  Bellsprout Lv. 22, Weepinbell Lv. 22, Oddish Lv. 22,  |
|                '->  Gloom Lv. 22, Ivysaur Lv. 22                          |
|                     Exeggcute Lv. 24                                      |
|                     Oddish Lv. 23, Gloom Lv. 23                           |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Kind of easy, isn't it? I'll leave this one up to you.
 __________________________
|  BOSS: Gym Leader Erika  \
|___________________________\________________________________________________
|  Pokémon: Victreebel (Lv. 29) Grass/Poison                                 |
|           Tangela (Lv. 24) Grass                                           |
|           Vileplume (Lv. 29) Grass/Poison                                  |
|                                                                            |
|  Money Earned: $2,900                                                      |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Victreebel and Vileplume are weak to Fire, Ice, Flying, and Psychic.      |
|                                                                            |
|  Tangela is weak to Fire, Ice, Flying, Bug, and Poison.                    |
|                                                                            |
|  Recommendations: Any Fire or Flying type will win this, and you should    |
|  have at least one. Lv. 30+ is preferable.                                 |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

After defeating Erika, you will obtain the Rainbowbadge, TM19 (Giga Drain), and
the ability to use Strength outside of battles.

Already halfway there!


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++     Section V - Through Fuchsia Gym                      **FRLG45**     ++
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                                 Celadon Gym
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Once you have obtained the Rainbowbadge, exit the Gym.

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                                 Celadon City
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|  Dept. Store, Second Floor - North  \        /  Technical Machines (TMs)  |
|______________________________________\______/_____________________________|
|  Item Name ........................................................ Cost  |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  TM05 ........................................................... $1,000  |
|  TM15 ........................................................... $7,500  |
|  TM28 ........................................................... $2,000  |
|  TM31 ........................................................... $3,000  |
|  TM43 ........................................................... $3,000  |
|___________________________________________________________________________|
 _____________________________________               _______________________
|  Dept. Store, Second Floor - South  \             /  Basic Trainer Items  |
|______________________________________\___________/________________________|
|  Item Name ........................................................ Cost  |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Great Ball ....................................................... $600  |
|  Super Potion ..................................................... $700  |
|  Revive ......................................................... $1,500  |
|  Antidote ......................................................... $100  |
|  Parlyz Heal ...................................................... $200  |
|  Burn Heal ........................................................ $250  |
|  Awakening ........................................................ $250  |
|  Escape Rope ...................................................... $500  |
|  Super Repel ...................................................... $500  |
|___________________________________________________________________________|
 _____________________________                       _______________________
|  Dept. Store, Fourth Floor  \                     /  Miscellaneous Items  |
|______________________________\___________________/________________________|
|  Item Name ........................................................ Cost  |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Poké Doll ...................................................... $1,000  |
|  Retro Mail ........................................................ $50  |
|  Fire Stone ..................................................... $2,100  |
|  Thunderstone ................................................... $2,100  |
|  Water Stone .................................................... $2,100  |
|  Leaf Stone ..................................................... $2,100  |
|___________________________________________________________________________|
 ____________________________________          _____________________________
|  Dept. Store, Fifth Floor - North  \       /  EV (Effort Value) Boosters  |
|_____________________________________\_____/_______________________________|
|  Item Name ........................................................ Cost  |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  HP Up .......................................................... $9,800  |
|  Protein ........................................................ $9,800  |
|  Iron ........................................................... $9,800  |
|  Calcium ........................................................ $9,800  |
|  Zinc ........................................................... $9,800  |
|  Carbos ......................................................... $9,800  |
|___________________________________________________________________________|
 ____________________________________            ___________________________
|  Dept. Store, Fifth Floor - South  \          /  In-Battle Stat Boosters  |
|_____________________________________\________/____________________________|
|  Item Name ........................................................ Cost  |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  X Attack ......................................................... $550  |
|  X Defend ......................................................... $550  |
|  X Speed .......................................................... $350  |
|  X Special ........................................................ $350  |
|  X Accuracy ....................................................... $950  |
|  Guard Spec. ...................................................... $700  |
|  Dire Hit ......................................................... $650  |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Okay, heal up at the Pokémon Center, as per usual. Next up, try to exit Celadon
heading west to find another half-ton Snorlax blocking a path. Cut down the
nearby Cut tree. Beyond it is a quick double battle (against a Rapidash and
Ninetales, each Lv. 29 and of the Fire type). Continue west to find a house and
a girl inside said house. Speak with the girl to get HM02, Fly. Fly, in-battle,
is a high-power, two-turn, Flying-type move that has the user fly up high on
the first turn, avoiding *most* damage to deal heavy damage the next turn. Out
of battle, you can use it to Fly to any previously-visited area.

How about Lavender Town?

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                                Lavender Town
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 _____________________
|  Lavender PokéMart  \
|______________________\____________________________________________________
|  Item Name ........................................................ Cost  |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Ultra Ball ..................................................... $1,200  |
|  Great Ball ....................................................... $600  |
|  Super Potion ..................................................... $700  |
|  Revive ......................................................... $1,500  |
|  Full Heal ........................................................ $600  |
|  Max Repel ........................................................ $700  |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Buy some Ultra Balls if you want some new Pokémon, then head into the Pokémon
Tower.

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                                Pokémon Tower
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|   Pokémon Species   |       Pokémon Type       |    Rarity    |  Version  |
|---------------------+--------------------------+--------------+-----------|
|  Gastly             |  Ghost/Poison            |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Haunter            |  Ghost/Poison            |  Rare        |   Both    |
|  Cubone             |  Ground                  |  Rare        |   Both    |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Gastly Lv. 23                                         |
|                     Gastly Lv. 22                                         |
|                     Gastly Lv. 24                                         |
|                     Gastly Lv. 23 (x2)                                    |
|                     Gastly Lv. 22                                         |
|                     Gastly Lv. 24                                         |
|                     Gastly Lv. 22                                         |
|  (Combo Breaker!)   Haunter Lv. 23                                        |
|                     Gastly Lv. 24                                         |
|                     Gastly Lv. 22                                         |
|                     Gastly Lv. 22 (x3)                                    |
|                     Gastly Lv. 24                                         |
|                     Gastly Lv. 24                                         |
|  (Team Rocket Grunts)  Zubat Lv. 25 (x2), Golbat Lv. 25                   |
|                        Koffing Lv. 26, Drowzee Lv. 26                     |
|                        Zubat Lv. 23 (x2), Rattata Lv. 23, Raticate Lv. 23 |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

What a Gastly Trainer -- no, I mean GHASTLY Trainer list. But, yeah, catch a
Gastly or Haunter: Ghosts are weak to Ghost moves, which is one of many Pokémon
oddities. (For example, as of Black/White, only one Pokémon is pure Flying
type.)

Head on up to the third, foggy floor. Go to the northern part of the room,
battle the Channeler, then grab the Escape Rope. Go south and defeat another
Channeler, with another to her north. Go upstairs.

Go west, battle a Channeler, grab the Elixir, then battle another Channeler to
the south. Go around the southern portion to find a Great Ball. Go north for
an Awakening. Go to the western side of the room and defeat the Channeler near
the stairwell. Go upstairs.

On the fifth floor, go and defeat the Channeler above the blue grid thing, then
the other Channeler near the stairwell on the eastern side. Enter the grid
thing (portable Pokémon Center!) and pick up the Cleanse Tag. Head west to
battle another two Channelers. Defeat them, grab the Nugget, go back to the
eastern stairway, healing as you go, and head upstairs.

On the sixth floor, go a few steps forward to battle another Channeler. Go
south of the stairs and grab the Awakening. Follow the path to find another
two Channelers. Defeat them, grab the Rare Candy, and continue along.

You'll soon encounter a Ghost, who the Silph Scope reveals to be a Marowak. One
that is dead, though - you cannot catch it. Defeat it - remember, it is of the
Ground type, and therefore weak to Ice, Grass, and Water. After the battle,
head upstairs.

Here, on the peak floor, defeat the three Team Rocket Grunts. Speak with Mr.
Fuji afterwards. He'll bring you to his house outside and give you the Poké
Flute. This item will awaken any Pokémon on the field in battles -- therefore,
you no longer need to buy Awakenings! You can also use it to wake up the two
Snorlax from prior encounters.

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                                Lavender Town
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 _____________________
|  Lavender PokéMart  \
|______________________\____________________________________________________
|  Item Name ........................................................ Cost  |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Ultra Ball ..................................................... $1,200  |
|  Great Ball ....................................................... $600  |
|  Super Potion ..................................................... $700  |
|  Revive ......................................................... $1,500  |
|  Full Heal ........................................................ $600  |
|  Max Repel ........................................................ $700  |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Okay, heal up at the Pokémon Center.

You have two choices of how to do this. You can...

- ...wake up the Snorlax near Celadon and take the Cycling Road and Routes
  16 through 18 (same thing) to Fuchsia. It is quite faster, though you'll need
  the Bicycle. (Literal need - the first-gen glitch is gone.)
- ...wake up the Snorlax on Route 11 and take the Silence Bridge (which is
  Routes 12 through 15) to Fuchsia. It is slower, but provides more wild
  Pokémon, Trainers, EXP., and items.
- ...do both of the above.

I am going to document both of the quests. I will divide them somewhat. The
Cycling Road option comes first.


~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
  THIS BEGINS THE SECTION IN WHICH YOU GET TO FUCHSIA CITY VIA CYCLING ROAD!
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Go on and Fly to Celadon City.

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                                 Celadon City
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 _____________________________________          ____________________________
|  Dept. Store, Second Floor - North  \        /  Technical Machines (TMs)  |
|______________________________________\______/_____________________________|
|  Item Name ........................................................ Cost  |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  TM05 ........................................................... $1,000  |
|  TM15 ........................................................... $7,500  |
|  TM28 ........................................................... $2,000  |
|  TM31 ........................................................... $3,000  |
|  TM43 ........................................................... $3,000  |
|___________________________________________________________________________|
 _____________________________________               _______________________
|  Dept. Store, Second Floor - South  \             /  Basic Trainer Items  |
|______________________________________\___________/________________________|
|  Item Name ........................................................ Cost  |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Great Ball ....................................................... $600  |
|  Super Potion ..................................................... $700  |
|  Revive ......................................................... $1,500  |
|  Antidote ......................................................... $100  |
|  Parlyz Heal ...................................................... $200  |
|  Burn Heal ........................................................ $250  |
|  Awakening ........................................................ $250  |
|  Escape Rope ...................................................... $500  |
|  Super Repel ...................................................... $500  |
|___________________________________________________________________________|
 _____________________________                       _______________________
|  Dept. Store, Fourth Floor  \                     /  Miscellaneous Items  |
|______________________________\___________________/________________________|
|  Item Name ........................................................ Cost  |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Poké Doll ...................................................... $1,000  |
|  Retro Mail ........................................................ $50  |
|  Fire Stone ..................................................... $2,100  |
|  Thunderstone ................................................... $2,100  |
|  Water Stone .................................................... $2,100  |
|  Leaf Stone ..................................................... $2,100  |
|___________________________________________________________________________|
 ____________________________________          _____________________________
|  Dept. Store, Fifth Floor - North  \       /  EV (Effort Value) Boosters  |
|_____________________________________\_____/_______________________________|
|  Item Name ........................................................ Cost  |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  HP Up .......................................................... $9,800  |
|  Protein ........................................................ $9,800  |
|  Iron ........................................................... $9,800  |
|  Calcium ........................................................ $9,800  |
|  Zinc ........................................................... $9,800  |
|  Carbos ......................................................... $9,800  |
|___________________________________________________________________________|
 ____________________________________            ___________________________
|  Dept. Store, Fifth Floor - South  \          /  In-Battle Stat Boosters  |
|_____________________________________\________/____________________________|
|  Item Name ........................................................ Cost  |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  X Attack ......................................................... $550  |
|  X Defend ......................................................... $550  |
|  X Speed .......................................................... $350  |
|  X Special ........................................................ $350  |
|  X Accuracy ....................................................... $950  |
|  Guard Spec. ...................................................... $700  |
|  Dire Hit ......................................................... $650  |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Try to exit Celadon heading west. You'll find Snorlax. "Speak" to it to be
prompted to use the Poké Flute. Do so and you will end up battling Snorlax.

Snorlax is a Lv. 30 Normal-type Pokémon. It can use Rest (self-heal + Sleep),
Snore (attack while sleeping), and some other moves. It has high Special
Defense, too.

After the battle, examine where Snorlax was to find a Leftovers. Enter the
nearby building and go upstairs. Speak with Prof. Oak's aide to receive the
Amulet Coin (if the holder is in battle for any moment of time, in a Trainer
battle, you get double the money), but only if you have caught 40+ Pokémon
species.

Be sure you get your Bicycle and go into the gate. Leave the guard house and
you should be on Cycling Road.

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                       Cycling Road (Routes 16, 17, 18)
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 ___________________________________________________________________________
|   Pokémon Species   |       Pokémon Type       |    Rarity    |  Version  |
|---------------------+--------------------------+--------------+-----------|
|  Doduo              |  Normal/Flying           |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Rattata            |  Normal                  |  Rare        |   Both    |
|  Raticate           |  Normal                  |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Spearow            |  Normal/Flying           |  Uncommon    |   Both    |
|  Fearow             |  Normal/Flying           |  Rare        |   Both    |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Grimer Lv. 29, Koffing Lv. 29                         |
|                     Machop Lv. 28 (x2), Mankey Lv. 28                     |
|                     Mankey Lv. 29, Machop Lv. 29                          |
|                     Weezing Lv. 33                                        |
|                     Weezing Lv. 28 (x2), Koffing Lv. 28                   |
|                     Mankey Lv. 29, Machop Lv. 29                          |
|                     Weezing Lv. 28 (x2), Koffing Lv. 28                   |
|                     Machop Lv. 29, Machamp Lv. 29                         |
|                     Mankey Lv. 29, Primeape Lv. 29                        |
|                     Voltorb Lv. 29 (x2)                                   |
|                     Machoke Lv. 33                                        |
|                     Primeape Lv. 29, Machoke Lv. 29                       |
|                     Koffing Lv. 25 (x3), Weezing Lv. 25 (x2)              |
|                     Muk Lv. 33                                            |
|                     Mankey Lv. 26 (x2), Machop Lv. 26, Machamp Lv. 26     |
|                     Weezing Lv. 29, Muk Lv. 29                            |
|                     Spearow Lv. 26 (x3), Fearow Lv. 26                    |
|                     Spearow Lv. 29, Fearow Lv. 29                         |
|                     Dodrio Lv. 34                                         |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

*thinks of the S.S. Anne*

Okay, anyhow, you'll easily encounter seven Trainers before anything really
gets to going.

At the fork, go right. When the yellow path begins, begin to count the signs
on the west side of the water. When you find the third sign, get level with it.
Go one square north, one east, hold B, and press A to get a Rare Candy.

Four Trainers later, return for the left path, which is one Trainer.

Then the road forks again. Take the east road. Find the "Watch out for
discarded items." notice and examine the space two west of the sign to find a
Full Restore. Return to the western path for two Trainer.

Right after Jamal (the first Trainer), hug the edge of the water so you can see
the sign across from you. Get one space north and west of it, hold B, press A,
and enjoy that PP Up.

Once the path splits horizontally, get one step north of the nearby sign. Get
into the middle of the western path and press A to find a Max Revive.

It'll be a smooth ride from here to the ledge you jump. When you find it, get
to the right of the sign stating, "Cycling Road -- Slope ends here!". Go one
step north and three east to find a Max Elixir.

See that house nearby? You can do a trade in there, one that is
version specific...

O=====================O===================O====================O============O
|  Version            |  Pokémon Desired  |  Pokémon Received  |  <-- Type  |
O=====================O===================O====================O============O
|  FireRed Version    |  Golduck          |  Lickitung         |  Normal    |
|  LeafGreen Version  |  Slowbro          |  Lickitung         |  Normal    |
O=====================O===================O====================O============O

Regardless of whether you DID trade, continue along the path, defeat some more
Trainers, and continue into Fuchsia City.


~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
   THIS ENDS THE SECTION IN WHICH YOU GET TO FUCHSIA CITY VIA CYCLING ROAD!
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~



~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
 THIS BEGINS THE SECTION IN WHICH YOU GET TO FUCHSIA CITY VIA SILENCE BRIDGE!
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Get to Lavender Town.

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                                Lavender Town
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 _____________________
|  Lavender PokéMart  \
|______________________\____________________________________________________
|  Item Name ........................................................ Cost  |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Ultra Ball ..................................................... $1,200  |
|  Great Ball ....................................................... $600  |
|  Super Potion ..................................................... $700  |
|  Revive ......................................................... $1,500  |
|  Full Heal ........................................................ $600  |
|  Max Repel ........................................................ $700  |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Exit to the south onto Route 12.

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                    Silence Bridge (Routes 12, 13, 14, 15)
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 ___________________________________________________________________________
|   Pokémon Species   |       Pokémon Type       |    Rarity    |  Version  |
|---------------------+--------------------------+--------------+-----------|
|  Pidgey             |  Normal/Flying           |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Pidgeotto          |  Normal/Flying           |  Rare        |   Both    |
|  Venonat            |  Bug/Poison              |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Ditto              |  Normal                  |  Rare        |   Both    |
|  Oddish             |  Grass/Poison            |  Common      |    FR     |
|  Gloom              |  Grass/Poison            |  Rare        |    FR     |
|  Bellsprout         |  Grass                   |  Common      |    LG     |
|  Weepinbell         |  Grass/Poison            |  Rare        |    LG     |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Goldeen Lv. 22 (x2), Poliwag Lv. 22                   |
|                     Tentacool Lv. 24, Goldeen Lv. 24                      |
|                     Goldeen Lv. 27                                        |
|                     Poliwag, Shellder, Goldeen, Horsea; each Lv. 21       |
|                     Nidoran <M> Lv. 24, Nidoran <F> Lv. 24                |
|                     Voltorb Lv. 29, Electrode Lv. 29                      |
|                     Nidoran <M> Lv. 29, Nidorino Lv. 29                   |
|                     Magikarp Lv. 24 (x2)                                  |
|                     Goldeen Lv. 28, Horsea Lv. 28, Poliwag Lv. 28         |
|                     Pidgey Lv. 29, Pidgeooto Lv. 29                       |
|                     Pidgey, Meowth (x2), Pikachu, Rattata; each Lv. 24    |
|                     Rattata Lv. 27 (x2), Pikachu Lv. 27                   |
|                     Clefairy Lv. 29, Meowth Lv. 29                        |
|                     Poliwag Lv. 30 (x2)                                   |
|                     Pidgey Lv. 27, Pidgeotto Lv. 27, Meowth Lv. 27        |
|                     Pidgey, Pidgeotto, Spearow, Fearow; each Lv. 26       |
|                     Spearow Lv. 25 (x3), Pidgey Lv. 25 (x2)               |
|                     Koffing Lv. 28 (x3)                                   |
|                     Pidgey Lv. 28, Pidgeotto Lv. 28, Doduo Lv. 28         |
|                     Pidgey Lv. 26 (x2), Spearow Lv. 26, Fearow Lv. 26     |
|                     Pidgeotto Lv. 29, Fearow Lv. 29                       |
|                     Spearow Lv. 28, Fearow Lv. 28, Doduo Lv. 28           |
|                     Farfetch'd Lv. 33                                     |
|                     Spearow Lv. 29, Fearow Lv. 29                         |
|                     Koffing Lv. 29, Muk Lv. 29                            |
|                     Koffing Lv. 29, Grimer Lv. 29                         |
|                     Grimer Lv. 28 (x2), Koffing Lv. 28                    |
|                     Koffing Lv. 26 (x3), Grimer Lv. 26                    |
|                     Charmander Lv. 29, Squirtle Lv. 29                    |
|                     Pikachu Lv. 29, Raichu Lv. 29                         |
|                     Hitmonchan Lv. 29, Hitmonlee Lv. 29                   |
|                     Clefairy Lv. 33                                       |
|                     Koffing Lv. 25 (x3), Weezing Lv. 25, Grimer Lv. 25    |
|                     Koffing Lv. 28, Weezing Lv. 28, Grimer Lv. 28         |
|                     Pidgeotto Lv. 29, Wigglytuff Lv. 29                   |
|                     Bulbasaur Lv. 29, Ivysaur Lv. 29                      |
|                     Gloom Lv. 28, Oddish Lv. 28 (x2)                      |
|                     Dodrio Lv. 28, Doduo Lv. 28 (x2)                      |
|                     Pidgeotto, Pidgey, Doduo, Farfetch'd; each Lv. 26     |
|                     Bellsprout Lv. 29, Oddish Lv. 29, Tangela Lv. 29      |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

O===========================================================================O
|                                    NOTICE!                                |
|                                                                           |
|  I use the term "Silence Bridge" as the collective term for Routes 12     |
|  through 15. Not all Pokémon listed are in every Route along it. The      |
|  Trainers are still listed as I name them in the walkthrough; I'm just    |
|  not Route-specific. I apologize for any inconveniences this may cause.   |
|                                                                           |
O===========================================================================O

When you hit the building, go inside and upstairs. Speak with the girl to
obtain TM27, Return, a move that gets more powerful the more the user is happy.

Continue southward along the route to find a total of six trainers (five
battles - the last is a double). After the double battle, you'll find Snorlax.
"Speak" with it to be prompted to use the Poké Flute. Snorlax awakens and will
attack!

Snorlax is a Lv. 30 Normal-type Pokémon. It can use Rest (self-heal + Sleep),
Snore (attack while sleeping), and some other moves. It has high Special
Defense, too. 

After the battle, I think you can examine the now-evacuated spot to find a
Leftovers, which heals the holder somewhat each turn. Continue along the Route
to find a house. Go inside and speak with the man inside to receive the Super
Rod. Quite useful for fishing (unlike the Old Rod).

Do some fishing and continue. After defeating the Rocket, Cut down the nearby
tree and fight the nearby guy. Pick up the Iron and continue.

Four battles later (last is a Picnicker), head due west until you can no longer
do so. Face south, press A, and get that PP Up.

A whopping eighteen battles later, with the last of that set being the Twins,
Kiri and Jan, Cut down a tree nearby to find a path to TM18, Rain Dance. This
move causes it to rain, making Water-type moves more powerful while weaking
Fire. Some abilities, such as Swift Swim (if it exists in Gen. III), are also
activated. Defeat three more Trainers and return to the main path.

Continue onwards and defeat the last six Trainers on the Silence Bridge.

You'll soon find another house. Go upstairs to find one of Prof. Oak's aides.
If you have caught 50+ Pokémon species, you'll obtain the EXP. Share. This item
will give the holder 50% of the EXP. from battle, regardless of whether they
participate. Great for raising weak Pokémon. Don't want to? Well, a Pokémon who
holds it AND participates gets bonus EXP.!

Go west into Fuchsia City.


~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
  THIS ENDS THE SECTION IN WHICH YOU GET TO FUCHSIA CITY VIA SILENCE BRIDGE!
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Okay, by now, you should be in Fuchsia City.

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                                 Fuchsia City
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 ____________________
|  Fuchsia PokéMart  \
|_____________________\_____________________________________________________
|  Item Name ........................................................ Cost  |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Ultra Ball ..................................................... $1,200  |
|  Great Ball ....................................................... $600  |
|  Super Potion ..................................................... $700  |
|  Revive ......................................................... $1,500  |
|  Full Heal ........................................................ $600  |
|  Max Repel ........................................................ $700  |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

When you arrive, first try for the EXP. Share. (See the paragraph beginning,
"You'll soon find another house..." above.)

Then head on over to the Pokémon Center. It is on the western side of town,
kind of off of the path. Heal up there.

Next, go around the Pokémon Center to find a Move Deleter. This person will
(for free) delete any move (be it level-learned, TM, or HM) from the Pokémon's
current moveset. Also go northwest of the Pokémon Center to find a Move
Tutor teaching Substitute.

Go east to find another two houses. One is the residence of the Safari Warden,
who seems to have lost his (golden) false teeth. The other house is one in
which you get the Good Rod by speaking with the man inside.

Okay, now find the sign for Fuchsia City. See the light grass path? Go along it
and you soon will find the PokéMart. Visit there if you wish. Continue along
the path and you will soon come by the Safari Zone. Come with $500 - you are
required to go here.

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                                 Safari Zone
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 ___________________________________________________________________________
|                                Center Area                                |
 >--------------------+--------------------------+--------------+----------<
|   Pokémon Species   |       Pokémon Type       |    Rarity    |  Version  |
|---------------------+--------------------------+--------------+-----------|
|  Venonat            |  Bug/Poison              |  Uncommon    |   Both    |
|  Rhyhorn            |  Rock/Ground             |  Uncommon    |   Both    |
|  Exeggcute          |  Grass/Psychic           |  Uncommon    |   Both    |
|  Chansey            |  Normal                  |  Rare        |   Both    |
|  Nidoran <M>        |  Poison                  |  Common      |    FR     |
|  Nidorino           |  Poison                  |  Common      |    FR     |
|  Nidorino           |  Poison                  |  Rare        |    LG     |
|  Nidoran <F>        |  Poison                  |  Common      |    LG     |
|  Nidorina           |  Poison                  |  Common      |    LG     |
|  Nidorina           |  Poison                  |  Rare        |    FR     |
|                     |                          |              |           |
|                     |                          |              |           |
 >--------------------+--------------------------+--------------+----------<
|                                   Area 1                                  |
 >--------------------+--------------------------+--------------+----------<
|   Pokémon Species   |       Pokémon Type       |    Rarity    |  Version  |
|---------------------+--------------------------+--------------+-----------|
|  Exeggcute          |  Grass/Psychic           |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Doduo              |  Normal/Flying           |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Paras              |  Bug/Grass               |  Uncommon    |   Both    |
|  Parasect           |  Bug/Grass               |  Rare        |   Both    |
|  Kangaskhan         |  Normal                  |  Rare        |   Both    |
|  Nidoran <M>        |  Poison                  |  Common      |    FR     |
|  Nidoran <M>        |  Poison                  |  Rare        |    LG     |
|  Nidorino           |  Poison                  |  Rare        |    FR     |
|  Nidoran <F>        |  Poison                  |  Rare        |    FR     |
|  Nidoran <F>        |  Poison                  |  Rare        |    FR     |
|  Nidorina           |  Poison                  |  Common      |    LG     |
|  Scyther            |  Bug/Flying              |  Rare        |    LG     |
|  Pinsir             |  Bug                     |  Rare        |    LG     |
|                     |                          |              |           |
|                     |                          |              |           |
 >--------------------+--------------------------+--------------+----------<
|                                   Area 2                                  |
 >--------------------+--------------------------+--------------+----------<
|   Pokémon Species   |       Pokémon Type       |    Rarity    |  Version  |
|---------------------+--------------------------+--------------+-----------|
|  Rhyhorn            |  Rock/Ground             |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Paras              |  Bug/Grass               |  Uncommon    |   Both    |
|  Exeggcute          |  Grass/Psychic           |  Uncommon    |   Both    |
|  Venomoth           |  Bug/Poison              |  Rare        |   Both    |
|  Chansey            |  Normal                  |  Rare        |   Both    |
|  Nidoran <M>        |  Poison                  |  Rare        |   Both    |
|  Nidorino           |  Poison                  |  Rare        |   Both    |
|  Nidoran <F>        |  Poison                  |  Uncommon    |    FR     |
|  Nidorina           |  Poison                  |  Uncommon    |    LG     |
|                     |                          |              |           |
|                     |                          |              |           |
 >--------------------+--------------------------+--------------+----------<
|                                   Area 3                                  |
 >--------------------+--------------------------+--------------+----------<
|   Pokémon Species   |       Pokémon Type       |    Rarity    |  Version  |
|---------------------+--------------------------+--------------+-----------|
|  Doduo              |  Normal/Flying           |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Exeggcute          |  Grass/Psychic           |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Venonat            |  Bug/Poison              |  Uncommon    |   Both    |
|  Venomoth           |  Bug/Poison              |  Rare        |   Both    |
|  Tauros             |  Normal                  |  Rare        |   Both    |
|  Nidoran <M>        |  Poison                  |  Common      |    FR     |
|  Nidoran <M>        |  Poison                  |  Rare        |    LG     |
|  Nidorino           |  Poison                  |  Rare        |    FR     |
|  Nidoran <F>        |  Poison                  |  Rare        |    FR     |
|  Nidoran <F>        |  Poison                  |  Common      |    LG     |
|  Kangaskhan         |  Normal                  |  Rare        |   Both    |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: No Trainers are found here, I think.                  |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

A bit on the Safari Zone, first. The Safari Zone, much like similar locations
in most of the other games, allows you to catch certain Pokémon that sometimes
cannot be found elsewhere (without trading). The system is like this: when you
get into a battle, you can either try to catch, throw a rock, or throw some
bait. The first allows you to try to catch the opponent using a Safari Ball,
which you obtain 30 of per trip. The second increases the catch rate and also
makes it likely for the opponent to leave. The third decreases the catch and
run-away rates. You do not use your own Pokémon, and you cannot save in here.
(R/B/Y/G veterans probably know why. ;) )

Okay, let's pay our $500 and enter. Go out to the northeast.

Then head to the center, go upstairs, then up another set to find a Leaf Stone.
Go down the western stairs and grab the item (TM11, Sunny Day) in the grass to
the north. Go to the northwestern corner of the area to find a Max Potion. Then
grab the obvious Full Restore and IGNORE THE REST HOUSE. Continue to the next
area.

Use the first staircase you find and go along the path to find a Quick Claw.
Return to the beginning of the area (do not go southward) and continue along
the path to obtain TM47, Steel Wing.

You'll probably run out of steps soon. Blaze them off now and go back in.

Continue back to where you found TM47, ignoring the item-sidetracking we did.
Go and pick up the Protein and head to the next area.

You'll soon find a notice speaking of the Warden's teeth, saying how they are
around here somewhere. Go south a bit to find the Gold Teeth. Get them and the
nearby TM32 (Double Team). Go into the house and speak with the man there to
obtain HM03, Surf. Surf is a 95-Power Water-type move that will hit all Pokémon
on the field, except for the user. It is great for a Water Pokémon. It also
will let you go across water when outside of battle.

You're done with the Safari Zone, plot-wise. Stay here if you want to catch
some more Pokémon - Scyther is a pretty good choice.

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                                 Fuchsia City
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 ____________________
|  Fuchsia PokéMart  \
|_____________________\_____________________________________________________
|  Item Name ........................................................ Cost  |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Ultra Ball ..................................................... $1,200  |
|  Great Ball ....................................................... $600  |
|  Super Potion ..................................................... $700  |
|  Revive ......................................................... $1,500  |
|  Full Heal ........................................................ $600  |
|  Max Repel ........................................................ $700  |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Remember where the Warden's house was? Go there and hand him his Gold Teeth
to obtain HM04, Strength. Strength is an 80-Power Normal-type move. Not
exactly the best move, but still good. (Better than Flash!) Teach it to someone
and move the rock nearby using it to obtain a Rare Candy.

Heal up your team and head to the Pokémon Gym.

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                                 Fuchsia Gym
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 ___________________________________________________________________________
|   Pokémon Species   |       Pokémon Type       |    Rarity    |  Version  |
|---------------------+--------------------------+--------------+-----------|
|  No wild Pokémon are to be found in this location.                        |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Drowzee Lv. 34, Kadabra Lv. 34                        |
|                     Hypno Lv. 38                                          |
|                     Drowzee Lv. 31 (x3), Kadabra Lv. 31                   |
|                     Arbok Lv. 33 (x2), Sandslash Lv. 33                   |
|                     Sandslash Lv. 34, Arbok Lv. 34                        |
|                     Drowzee Lv. 34, Hypno Lv. 34                          |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

This particular Gym seems to be extremely linear... *bump* Or is it? There are
invisible walls in this Gym. You'll notice them by looking at the floor and
seeing the lightly-colored dots in the tile's four corners. Start from the
left (Juggler Nate) and work around in a circle.

Before you work on Trainer number seven (the Leader), you will definitely want
to go and grab some Antidotes (or Full Heals) and a Psychic Pokémon. Speak to
the last Trainer when ready.
 _________________________
|  BOSS: Gym Leader Koga  \
|__________________________\_________________________________________________
|  Pokémon: Koffing (Lv. 37) Poison                                          |
|           Koffing (Lv. 37) Poison                                          |
|           Muk (Lv. 39) Poison                                              |
|           Weezing (Lv. 43) Poison                                          |
|                                                                            |
|  Money Earned: $4,300                                                      |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  All Poison-type Pokémon have two weaknesses: Psychic and Ground. However, |
|  Koffing (both) and Weezing have Levitate, immunizing them to Ground. They |
|  all have decent power and type advantages over Grass.                     |
|                                                                            |
|  Recommendations: Kadabra/Alakazam/another Psychic type at Lv. 42+. If     |
|  such is not possible, try avoiding Grass types; Steel types work huge     |
|  wonders (Poison cannot damage Steel).                                     |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

For winning, you'll be given your fifth badge, the Soulbadge. You also get
TM06, Toxic, and the ability to Surf outside of battle.


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++     Section VI - Through Saffron Gym                     **FRLG46**     ++
++                                                                         ++
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                                 Fuchsia Gym
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Once you get the Soulbadge, leave.

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                                 Fuchsia City
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 ____________________
|  Fuchsia PokéMart  \
|_____________________\_____________________________________________________
|  Item Name ........................................................ Cost  |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Ultra Ball ..................................................... $1,200  |
|  Great Ball ....................................................... $600  |
|  Super Potion ..................................................... $700  |
|  Revive ......................................................... $1,500  |
|  Full Heal ........................................................ $600  |
|  Max Repel ........................................................ $700  |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Heal up at the Pokémon Center and Fly to Lavender Town - we have something to
grab real quick...

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                                Lavender Town
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 _____________________
|  Lavender PokéMart  \
|______________________\____________________________________________________
|  Item Name ........................................................ Cost  |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Ultra Ball ..................................................... $1,200  |
|  Great Ball ....................................................... $600  |
|  Super Potion ..................................................... $700  |
|  Revive ......................................................... $1,500  |
|  Full Heal ........................................................ $600  |
|  Max Repel ........................................................ $700  |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Exit to the south onto Route 12 - that is where this "something" is...

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                    Silence Bridge (Routes 12, 13, 14, 15)
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 ___________________________________________________________________________
|   Pokémon Species   |       Pokémon Type       |    Rarity    |  Version  |
|---------------------+--------------------------+--------------+-----------|
|  Pidgey             |  Normal/Flying           |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Pidgeotto          |  Normal/Flying           |  Rare        |   Both    |
|  Venonat            |  Bug/Poison              |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Ditto              |  Normal                  |  Rare        |   Both    |
|  Oddish             |  Grass/Poison            |  Common      |    FR     |
|  Gloom              |  Grass/Poison            |  Rare        |    FR     |
|  Bellsprout         |  Grass                   |  Common      |    LG     |
|  Weepinbell         |  Grass/Poison            |  Rare        |    LG     |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Goldeen Lv. 22 (x2), Poliwag Lv. 22                   |
|                     Tentacool Lv. 24, Goldeen Lv. 24                      |
|                     Goldeen Lv. 27                                        |
|                     Poliwag, Shellder, Goldeen, Horsea; each Lv. 21       |
|                     Nidoran <M> Lv. 24, Nidoran <F> Lv. 24                |
|                     Voltorb Lv. 29, Electrode Lv. 29                      |
|                     Nidoran <M> Lv. 29, Nidorino Lv. 29                   |
|                     Magikarp Lv. 24 (x2)                                  |
|                     Goldeen Lv. 28, Horsea Lv. 28, Poliwag Lv. 28         |
|                     Pidgey Lv. 29, Pidgeooto Lv. 29                       |
|                     Pidgey, Meowth (x2), Pikachu, Rattata; each Lv. 24    |
|                     Rattata Lv. 27 (x2), Pikachu Lv. 27                   |
|                     Clefairy Lv. 29, Meowth Lv. 29                        |
|                     Poliwag Lv. 30 (x2)                                   |
|                     Pidgey Lv. 27, Pidgeotto Lv. 27, Meowth Lv. 27        |
|                     Pidgey, Pidgeotto, Spearow, Fearow; each Lv. 26       |
|                     Spearow Lv. 25 (x3), Pidgey Lv. 25 (x2)               |
|                     Koffing Lv. 28 (x3)                                   |
|                     Pidgey Lv. 28, Pidgeotto Lv. 28, Doduo Lv. 28         |
|                     Pidgey Lv. 26 (x2), Spearow Lv. 26, Fearow Lv. 26     |
|                     Pidgeotto Lv. 29, Fearow Lv. 29                       |
|                     Spearow Lv. 28, Fearow Lv. 28, Doduo Lv. 28           |
|                     Farfetch'd Lv. 33                                     |
|                     Spearow Lv. 29, Fearow Lv. 29                         |
|                     Koffing Lv. 29, Muk Lv. 29                            |
|                     Koffing Lv. 29, Grimer Lv. 29                         |
|                     Grimer Lv. 28 (x2), Koffing Lv. 28                    |
|                     Koffing Lv. 26 (x3), Grimer Lv. 26                    |
|                     Charmander Lv. 29, Squirtle Lv. 29                    |
|                     Pikachu Lv. 29, Raichu Lv. 29                         |
|                     Hitmonchan Lv. 29, Hitmonlee Lv. 29                   |
|                     Clefairy Lv. 33                                       |
|                     Koffing Lv. 25 (x3), Weezing Lv. 25, Grimer Lv. 25    |
|                     Koffing Lv. 28, Weezing Lv. 28, Grimer Lv. 28         |
|                     Pidgeotto Lv. 29, Wigglytuff Lv. 29                   |
|                     Bulbasaur Lv. 29, Ivysaur Lv. 29                      |
|                     Gloom Lv. 28, Oddish Lv. 28 (x2)                      |
|                     Dodrio Lv. 28, Doduo Lv. 28 (x2)                      |
|                     Pidgeotto, Pidgey, Doduo, Farfetch'd; each Lv. 26     |
|                     Bellsprout Lv. 29, Oddish Lv. 29, Tangela Lv. 29      |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Go south until you find an item ball previously unreachable. Well, teach Surf
to a Pokémon and Surf across the water to grab the item, TM48, Skill Swap.

Next, Fly to Vermilion City.

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                                Vermilion City
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 ______________________
|  Vermilion PokéMart  \
|_______________________\___________________________________________________
|  Item Name ........................................................ Cost  |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Great Ball ....................................................... $600  |
|  Super Potion ..................................................... $700  |
|  Revive ......................................................... $1,500  |
|  Antidote ......................................................... $100  |
|  Parlyz Heal ...................................................... $200  |
|  Burn Heal ........................................................ $250  |
|  Awakening ........................................................ $250  |
|  Escape Rope ...................................................... $500  |
|  Super Repel ...................................................... $500  |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Head north towards Route 6.

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                                   Route 6
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|   Pokémon Species   |       Pokémon Type       |    Rarity    |  Version  |
|---------------------+--------------------------+--------------+-----------|
|  Pidgey             |  Normal/Flying           |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Oddish             |  Grass/Poison            |  Common      |    FR     |
|  Bellsprout         |  Grass                   |  Common      |    LG     |
|  Meowth             |  Normal                  |  Common      |   Both    |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Weedle Lv. 16 (x2), Caterpie Lv. 16                   |
|                     Squirtle Lv. 20                                       |
|                     Rattata Lv. 16, Pikachu Lv. 16                        |
|                     Butterfree Lv. 20                                     |
|                     Pidgey Lv. 16                                         |
|                     Spearow Lv. 16, Raticate Lv. 16                       |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Continue northward to the Saffron City gatehouse. As you try to go in, the
guard will snatch your Tea from the bag, if you have it (and have gotten it
from Celadon), then magically bring it instantly to the other three guards. As
such, you can enter and leave Saffron as wished.

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                                 Saffron City
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 ____________________
|  Saffron PokéMart  \
|_____________________\_____________________________________________________
|  Item Name ........................................................ Cost  |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Great Ball ....................................................... $600  |
|  Hyper Potion ................................................... $1,200  |
|  Revive ......................................................... $1,500  |
|  Full Heal ........................................................ $600  |
|  Escape Rope ...................................................... $500  |
|  Max Repel ........................................................ $700  |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Okay, head to the southwestern corner of the city (west of you, if you came
from Vermilion) to find the Pokémon Center. Use it.

Go east of there to Mr. Psychic's house. Speak with the man inside to get TM29,
which teaches Psychic.

Continue east and circle around to find Silph Co. There will be a Grunt
sleeping on the job once you beat Koga. (Yeah, if you couldn't figure it out
yet, you could have come here BEFORE going to Fuchsia. That'd be too much
Flying around, though.) Leave it alone.

I think the Fighting Dojo and the Saffron City Gym are in the northeast corner
of the city. Ignore them for now; just remember where they are. Go south and
west some to find the PokéMart.

'Kay, heal up and go to Silph Co. It's going to be a long one.

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 ___________________________________________________________________________
|   Pokémon Species   |       Pokémon Type       |    Rarity    |  Version  |
|---------------------+--------------------------+--------------+-----------|
|  No wild Pokémon are found here.                                          |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Rattata (x3), Zubat, Ekans; each at Lv. 25            |
|                     Hypno Lv. 33                                          |
|                     Kadabra Lv. 29, Mr. Mime Lv. 29                       |
|  Same Trainer -+->  Magneton Lv. 26, Magnemite Lv. 26, Koffing Lv. 26,    |
|                '->  Koffing Lv. 26, Weezing Lv. 26                        |
|                     Arbok Lv. 33                                          |
|                     Golbat Lv. 25, Zubat Lv. 25 (x3), Raticate Lv. 25     |
|                     Cubone Lv. 29, Zubat Lv. 29                           |
|                     Grimer Lv. 26, Koffing Lv. 26, Weezing Lv. 26 (x2)    |
|                     Magnemite Lv. 28, Magneton Lv. 28, Voltorb Lv. 28     |
|                     Ekans Lv. 28, Cubone Lv. 28, Zubat Lv. 28             |
|                     Machop Lv. 29, Drowzee Lv. 29                         |
|                     Electrode Lv. 33                                      |
|                     Machop Lv. 29, Machoke Lv. 29                         |
|  Same Trainer -+->  Voltorb Lv. 25, Magnemite Lv. 25, Magneton Lv. 25,    |
|                '->  Koffing Lv. 25 (x2)                                   |
|                     Zubat Lv. 28 (x2), Golbat Lv. 28                      |
|                     Cubone Lv. 29 (x2)                                    |
|                     Raticate, Rattata, Zubat, Golbat; each at Lv. 26      |
|                     Electrode Lv. 29, Muk Lv. 29                          |
|                     Sandshrew Lv. 29, Sandslash Lv. 29                    |
|                     Raticate, Golbat, Koffing, Arbok; each at Lv. 26      |
|                     Weezing Lv. 28, Koffing Lv. 28, Golbat Lv. 28         |
|                     Grimer Lv. 29, Electrode Lv. 29                       |
|                     Voltorb Lv. 28, Koffing Lv. 28, Magneton Lv. 28       |
|                     Golbat Lv. 28, Hypno Lv. 28, Drowzee Lv. 28           |
|                     Drowzee Lv. 28, Machop Lv. 28, Grimer Lv. 28          |
|                     Magnemite Lv. 29, Koffing Lv. 29                      |
|                     Machoke Lv. 33                                        |
|                     Raticate Lv. 28 (x2), Hypno Lv. 28                    |
|                     Electrode Lv. 29, Weezing Lv. 29                      |
|                     Cubone Lv. 32, Drowzee Lv. 32, Marowak Lv. 32         |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

^ More than thirty battles up there. I hope you're ready.

Find the elevator and go to 11F. Go south and defeat the Grunt. Continue along
the path, grabbing the Zinc as you do, then head to 5F.

See that square thing? That is a teleporter. It won't help too much. JUST LEAVE
THEM ALONE. Anyhow, defeat the four Trainers nearby, go into the teleporter,
take it back, and repeat.

Then unlock the door on the left using the Card Key you just now got. Grab the
item, TM01 (Focus Punch), and go up. Grab the Protein behind the door. Then go
to 2F.

Head east and south, battle two Grunts, and unlock the northern door. The Move
Tutor inside will teach Thunder Wave. Unlock the southern door for a battle.
Next, head all of the way to the right for another battle. Head to 4F.

Go due south to find a Grunt. Defeat him, then go further to find TM41,
Torment. Go back and go along the path to find another Grunt. Defeat him, then
head all of the way west. Open the door to grab an Escape Rope, a Full Heal,
and a Max Revive. Return to the previously-battled Grunt and go north. Unlock
the door and defeat the Scientist. Then head to 6F.

Defeat the nearby Grunt, then head all of the way west and south to find a
Scientist to battle. Grab the nearby X Special and HP Up, then go along the
low path. Defeat the Grunt along it, then head to 7F.

Defeat the two Grunts nearby, then go along the path to find a Calcium and a
Scientist at the end. Go back near the stairs, open the first door, and grab
the item (TM08, Bulk Up). Open the second door to find a Grunt. Then head to
8F.

Look south and battle the Grunt you'll find. Go along the path, then head east.
Unlock the door and grab the Iron. Head west to battle another Grunt, with a
Scientist to the south. Head to 9F.

Go all of the way east and south to battle a Scientist, then head north, west,
and south to find a Grunt. Open the nearby door to be able to take a nap (which
fully heals your team). Unlock the northern door and battle the Grunt. Heal
again, if needed, then head upstairs to 10F.

Go west to battle a Scientist, then south for a Grunt. Go further south from
him to find an Ultra Ball, Carbos, and a Rare Candy. Return to 9F and heal,
then go to 3F.

Go south to find a Grunt. Open the two doors nearby. One yields a Hyper Potion
and the other yields a Scientist. Take the teleporter to the east in the room
you just left.

... And there, you'll find your rival. Couldn't he have bothered to eliminate
some of the Grunts for us? >_<
 _____________________________________
|  BOSS: PKMN Trainer [rival's name]  \
|______________________________________\______________________________________
|  Pokémon [if you chose Bulbasaur]: Pidgeot (Lv. 37) Normal/Flying           |
|                                    Gyarados (Lv. 35) Water/Flying           |
|                                    Alakazam (Lv. 35) Psychic                |
|                                    Exeggcute (Lv. 38) Grass/Psychic         |
|                                    Charizard (Lv. 40) Fire/Flying           |
|                                                                             |
|  Money Earned: $1,400                                                       |
|~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~|
|  Pokémon [if you chose Charmander]: Pidgeot (Lv. 37) Normal/Flying          |
|                                     Growlithe (Lv. 35) Fire                 |
|                                     Alakazam (Lv. 35) Psychic               |
|                                     Exeggcute (Lv. 38) Grass/Psychic        |
|                                     Blastoise (Lv. 40) Water                |
|                                                                             |
|  Money Earned: $1,400                                                       |
|~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~|
|  Pokémon [if you chose Squirtle]: Pidgeot (Lv. 37) Normal/Flying            |
|                                   Growlithe (Lv. 38) Fire                   |
|                                   Alakazam (Lv. 35) Psychic                 |
|                                   Gyarados (Lv. 35) Water/Flying            |
|                                   Venusaur (Lv. 40) Grass/Poison            |
|                                                                             |
|  Money Earned: $1,400                                                       |
|=============================================================================|
|  Pidgeot is weak to Rock, Ice, and Electric. It is immune to Ghost and      |
|  Ground.                                                                    |
|                                                                             |
|  Gyarados is weak to Electric (4x) and Rock. It is immune to Ground.        |
|                                                                             |
|  Alakazam is weak to Bug, Ghost, and Dark.                                  |
|                                                                             |
|  Exeggcute is weak to Fire, Ice, Flying, Poison, Bug (4x), Ghost, and Dark. |
|                                                                             |
|  Charizard is weak to Rock (4x), Ground, Water, and Electric.               |
|                                                                             |
|  Growlithe is weak to Rock, Ground, and Water.                              |
|                                                                             |
|  Blastoise is weak to Electric and Grass.                                   |
|                                                                             |
|  Venusaur is weak to Fire, Ice, Flying, and Psychic.                        |
|                                                                             |
|  Recommendations:							      |
|  ~ Electrode, Pikachu, Graveler, Golem -> Pidgeot                           |
|  ~ Electric-type -> Gyarados                                                |
|  ~ Haunter, Gengar -> Alakazam                                              |
|  ~ Pidgeot/Fearow -> Exeggcute, Venusaur                                    |
|  ~ Graveler, Golem -> Charizard, Growlithe                                  |
|  ~ Electric- or Grass-type -> Blastoise                                     |
|  Each Pokémon should be Lv. 40+.                                            |
|_____________________________________________________________________________|

After the battle, your rival leaves. Continue along and speak to the man to
receive a Lv. 25 Lapras. Lapras is quite the rare Pokémon; it also a Water/Ice
type, meaning, if you've been following this FAQ and haven't traded, that this
is the first (partially-) Ice-type you've seen.

*ahem* Take the bottom teleporter, defeat the final Grunt, and check the middle
plant for a Revive. Return to 9F for healing if needed, then open the door and
let's beat up Giovanni...

...again.
 __________________
|  BOSS: Giovanni  \
|___________________\________________________________________________________
|  Pokémon: Nidorino (Lv. 37) Poison                                         |
|           Nidoqueen (Lv. 41) Poison/Ground                                 |
|           Rhyhorn (Lv. 37) Rock/Ground                                     |
|           Kangaskhan (Lv. 35) Normal                                       |
|                                                                            |
|  Money Earned: $4,100                                                      |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Nidorino is weak to Psychic and Ground.                                   |
|                                                                            |
|  Nidoqueen is weak to Psychic, Water, and Ice. It is immune to Electric.   |
|                                                                            |
|  Rhyhorn is weak to Fighting, Grass (4x), Water (4x), Steel, and Ice. It   |
|  is immune to Electric.                                                    |
|                                                                            |
|  Kangaskhan is weak to Fighting and immune to Ghost.                       |
|                                                                            |
|  Recommendations:                                                          |
|  ~ Kadabra/Alakazam -> Nidorino, Nidoqueen                                 |
|  ~ Grass/Water type -> Rhyhorn                                             |
|  ~ Strongest Pokémon -> Kangaskhan                                         |
|  Each Pokémon should be Lv. 40+.                                           |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

And so, Team Rocket has left the building.

Speak with the president to obtain the Master Ball. This is the rarest of rare
Pokéballs. This can catch any Pokémon 100% of the time. Only a few others can
do such things, and that's the importing procedures for Generations IV and V!

Anyhow, leave.

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                                 Saffron City
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 ____________________
|  Saffron PokéMart  \
|_____________________\_____________________________________________________
|  Item Name ........................................................ Cost  |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Great Ball ....................................................... $600  |
|  Hyper Potion ................................................... $1,200  |
|  Revive ......................................................... $1,500  |
|  Full Heal ........................................................ $600  |
|  Escape Rope ...................................................... $500  |
|  Max Repel ........................................................ $700  |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Heal up at the Pokémon Center, then head to the northwestern part of town,
where some houses were blocked earlier. The top one is the Copycat's house.
If you bring her a Poké Doll, she can teach Mimic.

Anyhow, go to the northeastern corner of town and into the Fighting Dojo.

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                       The Fighting Dojo (Saffron City)
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 ___________________________________________________________________________
|   Pokémon Species   |       Pokémon Type       |    Rarity    |  Version  |
|---------------------+--------------------------+--------------+-----------|
|  No wild Pokémon are found here.                                          |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Machop Lv. 31, Mankey Lv. 31, Primeape Lv. 31         |
|                     Machop Lv. 32, Machoke Lv. 32                         |
|                     Mankey Lv. 31 (x2), Primeape Lv. 31                   |
|                     Primeape Lv. 36                                       |
|                     Hitmonlee Lv. 37, Hitmonchan Lv. 37                   |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

For the record, all of the Pokémon in this Gym are of the Fighting type. These
Pokémon therefore...

- ...are weak to Flying and Psychic.
- ...have type-based advantages over Rock, Steel, Normal, Ice, and Dark.
- ...resist Bug and Rock.
- ...have no immunities based on type.

After defeating the fifth Trainer, Koichi, you'll be allowed to get either a
Hitmonlee or Hitmonchan, both Fighting types. The former has higher Attack, but
lacks real move-type variety. The latter has a diverse move-type learnset, but
lacks the Special Attack to support it. Your choice.

Exit.

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                                 Saffron City
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 ____________________
|  Saffron PokéMart  \
|_____________________\_____________________________________________________
|  Item Name ........................................................ Cost  |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Great Ball ....................................................... $600  |
|  Hyper Potion ................................................... $1,200  |
|  Revive ......................................................... $1,500  |
|  Full Heal ........................................................ $600  |
|  Escape Rope ...................................................... $500  |
|  Max Repel ........................................................ $700  |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Heal up and get the Haunter/Gengar I hope you've been raising. Head to the Gym
next to the Fighting Dojo.

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                                 Saffron Gym
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|   Pokémon Species   |       Pokémon Type       |    Rarity    |  Version  |
|---------------------+--------------------------+--------------+-----------|
|  No wild Pokémon are found here.                                          |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Slowbro Lv. 38                                        |
|                     Gastly Lv. 34, Haunter Lv. 34                         |
|                     Kadabra Lv. 31 (x2), Mr. Mime Lv. 31, Slowpoke Lv. 31 |
|                     Haunter Lv. 38                                        |
|                     Mr. Mime Lv. 34, Kadabra Lv. 34                       |
|                     Gastly Lv. 33 (x2), Haunter Lv. 33                    |
|                     Slowpoke Lv. 33 (x2), Slowbro Lv. 33                  |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

The puzzle is quite simple. See these diagrams?

O=======O  Assume the teleporter puts you at 1. Go to number 2. If you get at
| 1   3 |  2, go for 1. From 3, go to 4. From 4, go to 3. This should take you
|   T   |  through each room in the Gym, thereby allowing you to fight all of
| 2   4 |  trainers inside each room. Sabrina is at the end. Speak with her to
O=======O  begin!
 ____________________________
|  BOSS: Gym Leader Sabrina  \
|_____________________________\______________________________________________
|  Pokémon: Kadabra (Lv. 38) Psychic                                         |
|           Mr. Mime (Lv. 37) Psychic                                        |
|           Venomoth (Lv. 38) Bug/Poison                                     |
|           Alakazam (Lv. 43) Psychic                                        |
|                                                                            |
|  Money Earned: $4,300                                                      |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Kadabra, Mr. Mime, and Alakazam share the same type data. They are weak   |
|  to Ghost, Bug, and Dark. They lack immunities. They are advantageous over |
|  Fighting and Poison. They resist Fighting (and maybe Psychic.)            |
|                                                                            |
|  Venomoth is weak to Fire, Flying, Rock, and Psychic.                      |
|                                                                            |
|  Recommendations: Your Haunter/Gengar, or non-Grass starter, should be     |
|  fully capable of managing the Psychics at Lv. 42+. As for Venomoth, you   |
|  could simply use your strongest.                                          |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

Once you defeat Sabrina, you'll obtain the Marshbadge, TM04 (Calm Mind), and
the ability to Rock Smash rocks out of battles.


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++                                                                         ++
++     Section VII - Through Cinnabar Gym                   **FRLG47**     ++
++                                                                         ++
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                                 Saffron Gym
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Once you have obtained the Marshbadge, exit the Gym.

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                                 Saffron City
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 ____________________
|  Saffron PokéMart  \
|_____________________\_____________________________________________________
|  Item Name ........................................................ Cost  |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Great Ball ....................................................... $600  |
|  Hyper Potion ................................................... $1,200  |
|  Revive ......................................................... $1,500  |
|  Full Heal ........................................................ $600  |
|  Escape Rope ...................................................... $500  |
|  Max Repel ........................................................ $700  |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Heal up at the Pokémon Center.

Okay, we have a problem. There are two ways of getting to our next destination,
Cinnabar Island.

- The first, Route 21, is short and simple.
- The second, which goes south from Fuchsia, then west across the Seafoam
  Islands, is much longer. However, it provides you with more items, EXP., and
  Articuno!

I'll cover the Route 21 method first.

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      THE SECTION IN WHICH YOU GET TO CINNABAR VIA ROUTE 21 BEGINS HERE!
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Fly to Pallet Town.

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                                 Pallet Town
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Heal up at your mom's house if you need to. Then begin to Surf on the water to
the south, on Route 21.

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                                   Route 21
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|   Pokémon Species   |       Pokémon Type       |    Rarity    |  Version  |
|---------------------+--------------------------+--------------+-----------|
|  Tangela            |  Grass                   |  Common      |   Both    |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Magikarp Lv. 27 (x6)                                  |
|                     Seaking Lv. 28 (x3), Goldeen Lv. 28                   |
|                     Seadra Lv. 33, Starmie Lv. 33                         |
|                     Seadra Lv. 33, Tentacruel Lv. 33                      |
|                     Shellder Lv. 31, Cloyster Lv. 31                      |
|                     Seaking Lv. 33, Goldeen Lv. 33                        |
|                     Starmie Lv. 37                                        |
|                     Poliwhirl Lv. 32, Seadra Lv. 32, Tentacool Lv. 32     |
|                     Staryu Lv. 33, Wartortle Lv. 33                       |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Ummm... Surf south and you'll get there. Yeah, that's all there is to it.

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       THE SECTION IN WHICH YOU GET TO CINNABAR VIA ROUTE 21 ENDS HERE!
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~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
THE SECTION IN WHICH YOU CROSS THE SEAFOAM ISLES TO REACH CINNABAR BEGINS HERE!
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Fly to Fuchsia.

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                                 Fuchsia City
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 ____________________
|  Fuchsia PokéMart  \
|_____________________\_____________________________________________________
|  Item Name ........................................................ Cost  |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Ultra Ball ..................................................... $1,200  |
|  Great Ball ....................................................... $600  |
|  Super Potion ..................................................... $700  |
|  Revive ......................................................... $1,500  |
|  Full Heal ........................................................ $600  |
|  Max Repel ........................................................ $700  |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Go south towards the sea.

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                         Route to the Seafoam Islands
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|   Pokémon Species   |       Pokémon Type       |    Rarity    |  Version  |
|---------------------+--------------------------+--------------+-----------|
|  Data is incomplete.                                                      |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Tentacool Lv. 30, Shellder Lv. 30                     |
|                     Goldeen Lv. 29, Staryu Lv. 29, Horsea Lv. 29          |
|                     Horsea Lv. 30 (x2)                                    |
|                     Goldeen Lv. 29, Seaking Lv. 29, Shellder Lv. 29       |
|                     Horsea Lv. 27, Goldeen Lv. 27, Tentacool Lv. 27 (x2)  |
|                     Poluwag Lv. 30, Poliwhirl Lv. 30                      |
|                     Goldeen Lv. 30, Seaking Lv. 30                        |
|                     Poliwag Lv. 27 (x2), Goldeen Lv.27 (x2), Seaking Lv.27|
|  Same Trainer -+->  Tentacool Lv. 27 (x2), Tentacruel Lv. 27,             |
|                '->  Horsea Lv. 27, Staryu Lv. 27                          |
|                     Staryu Lv. 29 (x3)                                    |
|                     Goldeen Lv. 30, Seaking Lv. 30                        |
|                     Shellder Lv. 31, Cloyster Lv. 31                      |
|                     Horsea Lv. 28 (x3), Seadra Lv. 28                     |
|                     Seadra Lv. 30 (x2), Horsea Lv. 30                     |
|                     Seaking Lv. 35                                        |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Head south and jump the ledges. Finish off the two land Trainers, then Surf
onto the water.

This part of the Route is quite simple. Just Surf south, then west, to get to
the Seafoam Islands. Twelve battles based on Trainers (one is double) lie on
the water.

When you reach land, defeat the Swimmer outside of the cave. Then enter.

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|   Pokémon Species   |       Pokémon Type       |    Rarity    |  Version  |
|---------------------+--------------------------+--------------+-----------|
|  Zubat              |  Poison/Flying           |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Golbat             |  Poison/Flying           |  Uncommon    |   Both    |
|  Seel               |  Water                   |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Dewgong            |  Water/Ice               |  Rare        |   Both    |
|  Psyduck            |  Water/Psychic           |  Uncommon    |    FR     |
|  Golduck            |  Water/Psychic           |  Uncommon    |    FR     |
|  Slowpoke           |  Water/Psychic           |  Uncommon    |    LG     |
|  Slowbro            |  Water/Psychic           |  Uncommon    |    LG     |
|  Articuno           |  Ice/Flying              |  One-Time    |   Both    |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: There are no Trainers here.                           |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

When you enter, go east and push the Strength boulder to the north and into
the hole. Return and go upstairs, grab the Ice Heal, and go along the path
heading east. Push the Strength boulder into the hole. Go down the ladder.

Push the boulder into the hole. Go up the ladder.

Head west and down the ladder.

Go east and upstairs. Grab the Revive and go past the ladder and downstairs.
Push the boulder into the hole. Go all of the way west and north. Go down the
ladder.

Go east and push the boulder into the hole. Go back up the ladder.

Go up the staircase to the east, then down that ladder.

Go east and down the stairs. Grab the Big Pearl and go up the ladder to the
right.

Grab the Water Stone and return to the previous floor.

Go down the left ladder.

Go east and follow the path. You'll find a boulder grouping. Two of them are
next to each other. Take the easternmost of these two and push it two tiles
northward. Push the western one a single tile south and one west. Go around the
one you just pushed and push the boulder two squares north of the hole all of
the way on the left. Push it into the hole. Take the only other pushable
boulder and move it two tiles west and one south (into the hole).

Return to the ladder on this floor and go north some. Go down that ladder.

Go south and pick up the Ultra Ball. Go north, then east, then up the ladder
twice.

Go south and push the boulder into the hole. Then fall into it yourself.

When you land in the water, take the western stairs and head south, which will
take you back to the boulder puzzle. Fall into one of the holes, then head
north to find the Legendary Frost Bird, Articuno!
 _______________________________
|  Special Encounter: Articuno  \
|________________________________\___________________________________________
|  Type : Ice/Flying.                                                        |
|  Level: Level 50.                                                          |
|  Moves: - Mist                                                             |
|         - Mind Reader                                                      |
|         - Agility                                                          |
|         - Ice Beam                                                         |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Articuno is weak to Fire, Rock (4x), Steel, Electric, and maybe Ice. It   |
|  will be immune to Ground, and have advantages (with Ice Beam) over the    |
|  Grass, Ground, and Flying types.                                          |
|                                                                            |
|  There are a few ways to go about this. The main way would be simply to    |
|  lower Articuno's HP as much as possible, then bring about a non-damaging  |
|  status, such as Paralysis or Sleep. Shoot out an Ultra Ball afterwards.   |
|  That is all you CAN do. The only thing that could make it better would be |
|  using False Swipe.                                                        |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

After the battle, get onto the water and up the stairs. Stand on the tile to
the left of the ladder, face north, and press A to receive a Water Stone. Go
east, north, then east and up the ladder. Fall in the hole nearby. Then take
the east side and up the ladder THREE times.

Ahhh... daylight...

...It burns!

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|   Pokémon Species   |       Pokémon Type       |    Rarity    |  Version  |
|---------------------+--------------------------+--------------+-----------|
|  Data is incomplete.                                                      |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Tentacool Lv. 30, Shellder Lv. 30                     |
|                     Goldeen Lv. 29, Staryu Lv. 29, Horsea Lv. 29          |
|                     Horsea Lv. 30 (x2)                                    |
|                     Goldeen Lv. 29, Seaking Lv. 29, Shellder Lv. 29       |
|                     Horsea Lv. 27, Goldeen Lv. 27, Tentacool Lv. 27 (x2)  |
|                     Poluwag Lv. 30, Poliwhirl Lv. 30                      |
|                     Goldeen Lv. 30, Seaking Lv. 30                        |
|                     Poliwag Lv. 27 (x2), Goldeen Lv.27 (x2), Seaking Lv.27|
|  Same Trainer -+->  Tentacool Lv. 27 (x2), Tentacruel Lv. 27,             |
|                '->  Horsea Lv. 27, Staryu Lv. 27                          |
|                     Staryu Lv. 29 (x3)                                    |
|                     Goldeen Lv. 30, Seaking Lv. 30                        |
|                     Shellder Lv. 31, Cloyster Lv. 31                      |
|                     Horsea Lv. 28 (x3), Seadra Lv. 28                     |
|                     Seadra Lv. 30 (x2), Horsea Lv. 30                     |
|                     Seaking Lv. 35                                        |
|                     Tentacool Lv. 30, Horsea Lv. 30, Seel Lv. 30          |
|                     Fearow Lv. 30 (x2), Pidgeotto Lv. 30                  |
|                     Shellder Lv. 30 (x2), Cloyster Lv. 30                 |
|                     Staryu Lv. 35                                         |
|                     Goldeen Lv. 31, Seaking Lv. 31                        |
|                     Poliwag Lv. 31, Seaking Lv. 31                        |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Well, when you exit, sail west and deal with six battles. It is a linear path
to Cinnabar from here.

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So, I guess I can assume you ARE at Cinnabar by now? No? Too bad.

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|  Cinnabar PokéMart  \
|______________________\____________________________________________________
|  Item Name ........................................................ Cost  |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Ultra Ball ..................................................... $1,200  |
|  Great Ball ....................................................... $600  |
|  Hyper Potion ................................................... $1,200  |
|  Revive ......................................................... $1,500  |
|  Full Heal ........................................................ $600  |
|  Escape Rope ...................................................... $550  |
|  Max Repel ........................................................ $700  |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Welcome to this small city, located on what is apparently a volcanic island.
Not much to do here, but we'll get around to it all pretty fast. Check out the
PokéMart if you want. Heal up at the Pokémon Center, and go into the building
to the left of the Pokémon Center, the Pokémon Lab.

When you enter, the first room on the right has an Electrode that he'll give
you for a Raichu. The woman across from him will give you Tangela for your
Venonat.

In the second room, you'll find a Move Tutor teaching Metronome. The third room
has a Seel he'll give you for Ponyta, which you probably haven't even SEEN yet.
(And you can find Seel in the Seaform Islands.) You'll also find the
Resurrection Machine. You can give the doctor your Dome Fossil, Helix Fossil,
or Old Amber to receive a Lv. 5 Kabuto, Omanyte, or Aerodactyl (respectively)
later on.

Next stop is the Pokémon Mansion, which I think is in the northwestern portion
of Cinnabar. Ground is a key type to avoid wild-battle trouble.

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|   Pokémon Species   |       Pokémon Type       |    Rarity    |  Version  |
|---------------------+--------------------------+--------------+-----------|
|  Rattata            |  Normal                  |  Rare        |   Both    |
|  Raticate           |  Normal                  |  Uncommon    |   Both    |
|  Ditto              |  Normal                  |  Rare        |   Both    |
|  Koffing            |  Poison                  |  Common      |    FR     |
|  Weezing            |  Poison                  |  Rare        |    FR     |
|  Growlithe          |  Fire                    |  Uncommon    |    FR     |
|  Grimer             |  Poison                  |  Uncommon    |    FR     |
|  Koffing            |  Poison                  |  Uncommon    |    LG     |
|  Vulpix             |  Fire                    |  Rare        |    LG     |
|  Grimer             |  Poison                  |  Common      |    LG     |
|  Muk                |  Poison                  |  Rare        |    LG     |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Ekans Lv. 33 (x2), Raticate Lv. 34                    |
|                     Ninetales Lv. 38                                      |
|                     Charmander Lv. 34, Charmeleon Lv. 34                  |
|                     Magnemite Lv. 33, Magneton Lv. 33, Voltorb Lv. 33     |
|                     Electrode Lv. 29, Weezing Lv. 29                      |
|                     Growlithe Lv. 34, Ponyta Lv. 34                       |
|                     Magnemite Lv. 34, Electrode Lv. 34                    |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

When you enter, keep on the western side and head north. Stand next to the
uppermost of the small rocks, then examine it to get a Moon Stone, the third
in Kanto. Continue along the path, ignoring the stairs, and head east to find
an Escape Rope. Go all of the way west to find a Trainer.

Examine the statue next to this Youngster to activate a switch. Return to where
you obtained the Escape Rope and go through the newly-opened door to find a
Protein. Return to the main area and go upstairs, then up the staircase you
find in front of you.

Go south to find a Burglar and a Max Potion. Examine the book on the table to
learn it is a scientific diary, which I'll summarize at the end of this
section, marked in the  O=...=O  box.

Return downstairs and go south to find anotehr Burglar. Leave the room, go
soth, enter the grayish area, and go north to find a Zinc. Another diary entry
is in the room to the west.

Follow the path to the north and east. You'll soon come to a fork. The northern
room has another diary entry and a Calcium in the far eastern portion of it.
Leave, return to the stairs, hit the switch, go east and north to the
now-unlocked room. Go upstairs from there.

Head east to find an Iron. Use the switch and battle the Scientist nearby. Head
east some more, get to the top row, one space from wall. Face east to find a
Rare Candy. Go down the stairs two times to find an HP Up. Return upstairs and
head to the broken floor. Fall off of the   LEFT   side.

Battle the nearby Scientist, then grab the Carbos to the east. Stop following
the path you're on -- exiting, then re-entering from here brings you to the
start for some odd reason. Messed up warps on Nintendo's part? Anyhow, go
downstairs instead.

Follow the path some more, passing the rooms by. A Full Restore will become
yours. Go into the room passed and you'll find a Burglar and a diary entry.
Press the switch and leave the room. Go left and into the newly-opened
hallway. Defeat the Scientist you'll soon come across. Go into the northern
room and into the southeastern corner. Go one tile north, then face west to
find an Elixir.

Hit the nearby switch and go into the room next door. Grab TM14, Blizzard
(FYI, that is a good move for Articuno), and continue onwards. Grab the Secret
Key from the next room and Solarbeam to its south.

Okay, that'll be it for here.

O=============================================================================O
|             SUMMARIZATION OF THE POKEMON MANSION DIARY ENTRIES              |
|                                                                             |
|  Okay, so here's how it is. Some Pokémon Scientists, apparently from the    |
|  Kanto region (which is a place in Japan, FYI), traveled to South America.  |
|  There, they found a new species of Pokémon, one that is now believed to be |
|  one of the ancestors of all Pokémon due to the ability it has to learn any |
|  move. This Pokémon became known as Mew.                                    |
|                                                                             |
|  Now, as we know, Pokémon reproduce using Eggs, correct? Well, these idiots |
|  decided to SOMEHOW IMPREGNATE Mew. Amazingly enough, it all works, and Mew |
|  becomes the first Pokémon to give live birth. The child became known as    |
|  Mewtwo. Something with wrong with Mewtwo - I think because they did some   |
|  experiments on it - and Mewtwo became extremely violent, yet also very     |
|  powerful. It escaped the lab and, from then on, has failed to fully trust  |
|  humans. Mewtwo has, unknown to all others, moved to Cerulean Cave.         |
|                                                                             |
O=============================================================================O

Anyhow, leave the Mansion.

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|  Cinnabar PokéMart  \
|______________________\____________________________________________________
|  Item Name ........................................................ Cost  |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Ultra Ball ..................................................... $1,200  |
|  Great Ball ....................................................... $600  |
|  Hyper Potion ................................................... $1,200  |
|  Revive ......................................................... $1,500  |
|  Full Heal ........................................................ $600  |
|  Escape Rope ...................................................... $550  |
|  Max Repel ........................................................ $700  |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Heal up and head into the Cinnabar Gym.

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|   Pokémon Species   |       Pokémon Type       |    Rarity    |  Version  |
|---------------------+--------------------------+--------------+-----------|
|  No wild Pokémon are to be found in this location.                        |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Growlithe Lv. 36, Vulpix Lv. 36, Ninetales Lv. 36     |
|                     Vulpix Lv. 36 (x2), Ninetales Lv. 36                  |
|                     Ponyta, Vulpix, Growlithe, Charmander; each at Lv. 34 |
|                     Ponyta Lv. 41                                         |
|                     Rapidash Lv. 41                                       |
|                     Vulpix Lv. 37, Growlithe Lv. 37                       |
|                     Growlithe Lv. 37, Vulpix Lv. 37                       |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

This Gym is a Fire-type training Gym. EVERY SINGLE POKEMON here is of the Fire
tyoe - that is no lie. Remember, Water Pokémon are the best, as they resist
Fire while having a type-based advantage.

In the northwestern corner of each room you come into, you'll find a quiz
machine. You'll be given a question. You'll give an answer. If it is correct,
you will be allowed forward (you still can battle the Trainer); if it is
incorrect, you'll battle and THEN the door opens.

Anyhow, here we go with the Q&A.

O=============================================================================O
|  Question #1: Does Caterpie evolve into Metapod?                            |
|  Answer     : Yes.                                                          |
|  Why?       : Have you ever leveled Caterpie to Lv. 7?                      |
O-----------------------------------------------------------------------------O
|  Question #2: There are nine certified Pokémon League Badges?               |
|  Answer     : No.                                                           |
|  Why?       : Depends on how you look at it. If you look at it solely from  |
|               a Kanto viewpoint, there are eight, not nine. If you look at  |
|               from the series-wide viewpoint, there are 40 badges as of the |
|               release of Pokémon Black/White.                               |
O-----------------------------------------------------------------------------O
|  Question #3: Poliwag evolves three times?                                  |
|  Answer     : No.                                                           |
|  Why?       : Poliwag will evolve into Poliwhirl, which is one evolution.   |
|               Poliwhirl then evolves into Poliwrath or Politoed, but only   |
|               one of them. Therefore, it evolves two times (maximum).       |
O-----------------------------------------------------------------------------O
|  Question #4: Are Electric moves effective against Ground-type Pokémon?     |
|  Answer     : No.                                                           |
|  Why?       : Firstly, only Grass, Ice, and Water do super-effective damage |
|               to Ground Pokémon. Secondly, if you look at it from a more    |
|               scientific viewpoint, electricity from lightning is somewhat  |
|               absorbed into the ground, with the rest making fire and stuff.|
O-----------------------------------------------------------------------------O
|  Question #5: Pokémon of the same kind (species) and level are not          |
|               identical?                                                    |
|  Answer     : No. (In most cases!)                                          |
|  Why?       : There are factors that you cannot control - Effort Values,    |
|               Individual Values, and natures - that affect stats and even   |
|               the Pokémon's (non-) Shiny status. Then there is the moveset  |
|               and contest stats. Then there is the EXP. gain based on the   |
|               trading thing. Then some Pokémon of the species can have      |
|               different forms (ie. Unown). The odds are astronomical that   |
|               any two non-Event Pokémon would be COMPLETELY IDENTICAL.      |
O-----------------------------------------------------------------------------O
|  Question #6: TM28 contains Tombstony?                                      |
|  Answer     : No.                                                           |
|  Why?       : Remember, back around the second badge, when you could have   |
|               obtained the Dig TM, TM28?                                    |
O=============================================================================O

Exit, heal, and return to the Gym. Speak with Blaine to begin!
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|  BOSS: Gym Leader Blaine  \
|____________________________\_______________________________________________
|  Pokémon: Growlithe (Lv. 42) Fire                                          |
|           Ponyta (Lv. 40) Fire                                             |
|           Rapidash (Lv. 42) Fire                                           |
|           Arcanine (Lv. 47) Fire                                           |
|                                                                            |
|  Money Earned: $4,700                                                      |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Each of Blaine's Pokémon are weak to Water, Rock, and Ground. They each   |
|  resist Grass, Ice, Bug, and Steel. They have a type-based advantage over  |
|  those four, as well. Each of these Pokémon also know Fire Blast, a very   |
|  powerful (120-Power) Fire-type move that gets a 50% STAB to 180. Crap.    |
|                                                                            |
|  Recommendations: Any Water or Rock type will be excellent (at Lv. 47+) as |
|  Fire deals half-damage to them (1/4-damage on Relicanth!). Your Surf      |
|  Pokémon would be key for this battle, too. Just do your best, I guess.    |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

After this battle, you'll be given the Volcanobadge, TM38 (Fire Blast), and
the ability to use Waterfall outside of battle.

Seven down, one to go!


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++                                                                         ++
++     Section VIII - Through Viridian Gym                  **FRLG48**     ++
++                                                                         ++
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                             Cinnabar Island Gym
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Once you have obtained your seventh badge, leave the Gym.

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                               Cinnabar Island
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|  Cinnabar PokéMart  \
|______________________\____________________________________________________
|  Item Name ........................................................ Cost  |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Ultra Ball ..................................................... $1,200  |
|  Great Ball ....................................................... $600  |
|  Hyper Potion ................................................... $1,200  |
|  Revive ......................................................... $1,500  |
|  Full Heal ........................................................ $600  |
|  Escape Rope ...................................................... $550  |
|  Max Repel ........................................................ $700  |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Outside, you'll find Bill. He'll ask you of going to this island, One Island,
in the Sevii Islands to the far south. You can go if you wish - it is a long
quest, I think, which is why is in its own section, Section X. I will continue
as if you do not want to go - Bill can be found in this area's Pokémon Center
if you want to go.

Anyhow, heal up and Fly to Viridian City.

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                                Viridian City
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 _____________________
|  Viridian PokéMart  \
|______________________\____________________________________________________
|  Item Name ........................................................ Cost  |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Poké Ball ........................................................ $200  |
|  Potion ........................................................... $300  |
|  Antidote ......................................................... $100  |
|  Parlyz Heal ...................................................... $200  |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Wow. That was quick. Heal up if you need to, then enter the Gym.

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                                 Viridian Gym
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 ___________________________________________________________________________
|   Pokémon Species   |       Pokémon Type       |    Rarity    |  Version  |
|---------------------+--------------------------+--------------+-----------|
|  No wild Pokémon are to be found in this location.                        |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Arbok Lv. 39, Tauros Lv. 39                           |
|                     Machoke Lv. 43                                        |
|  Same Trainer -+->  Sandslash Lv. 37 (x2), Nidorino Lv. 39, Rhyhorn Lv.39,|
|                '->  Nidoking Lv. 39                                       |
|  Same Trainer -+->  Sandslash Lv. 38, Marowak Lv. 38, Onix Lv. 38,        |
|                '->  Graveler Lv. 38 (x2)                                  |
|                     Machop Lv. 40, Machoke Lv. 40                         |
|                     Rhyhorn Lv. 43                                        |
|  Same Trainer -+->  Marowak Lv. 37 (x2), Nidorina Lv. 39, Rhyhorn Lv. 38, |
|                '->  Nidoqueen Lv. 39                                      |
|                     Machoke Lv. 38 (x2), Machop Lv. 38                    |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

So, the eighth Gym Leader has finally come back, but who is he? You'll have to
find out by getting to him using the arrows.

Head left and beat the Trainer, then return to the beginning. Head to the
middle for a few more optional battles. A required battle is north of those
optional ones, then go around him to battle Takashi.

Return to the beginning. Take the right side northbound arrow. Go around
Takashi, past Samuel, and you'll find the Gym Leader.

...!
 _________________________________
|  BOSS: Gym Leader (?) Giovanni  \
|__________________________________\_________________________________________
|  Pokémon: Rhyhorn (Lv. 45) Rock/Ground                                     |
|           Rhyhorn (Lv. 50) Rock/Ground                                     |
|           Nidoqueen (Lv. 44) Poison/Ground                                 |
|           Nidoking (Lv. 45) Poison/Ground                                  |
|           Dugtrio (Lv. 42) Ground                                          |
|                                                                            |
|  Money Earned: $5,000                                                      |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Rhyhorn are weak to Grass (4x), Water (4x), Fighting, Steel, and Ice.     |
|  They are immune to Electric.                                              |
|                                                                            |
|  Nidoqueen and Nidoking are weak to Psychic, Ground, Water, and Ice. They  |
|  are immune to Electric.                                                   |
|                                                                            |
|  Dugtrio is weak to Grass, Water, and Ice. It is immune to Electric.       |
|                                                                            |
|  Recommendations: Water Pokémon provide the best defensive coverage and    |
|  can super-effectively hit all of the Pokémon here. Gyarados would be the  |
|  ABSOLUTE BEST OF THEM ALL -- Gyarados is part-Flying and therefore can    |
|  avoid that powerful Earthquake. Anyhow, the preferred level is 50+.       |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

After the battle, you'll get the eighth and last Kanto Gym Badge, the
Earthbadge. You also get TM26, Earthquake, which is a very good move.

Speak to Giovanni after the battle and he'll vanish. Examine where he stood to
find a Macho Brace.


+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
++                                                                         ++
++     Section IX - The Pokémon League                      **FRLG49**     ++
++                                                                         ++
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

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                                 Viridian Gym
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And so, you have obtained all eight Kanto Badges. You have proven yourself
worthy of attempting the Pokémon League. Leave the Gym and we'll start one
last quest.

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                                Viridian City
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 _____________________
|  Viridian PokéMart  \
|______________________\____________________________________________________
|  Item Name ........................................................ Cost  |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Poké Ball ........................................................ $200  |
|  Potion ........................................................... $300  |
|  Antidote ......................................................... $100  |
|  Parlyz Heal ...................................................... $200  |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Heal your Pokémon. Fly and shop around a little, perhaps go to the Sevii Isles
for some leveling.

When you're ready, exit Viridian, heading west onto Route 22.

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                                   Route 22
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 ___________________________________________________________________________
|   Pokémon Species   |       Pokémon Type       |    Rarity    |  Version  |
|---------------------+--------------------------+--------------+-----------|
|  Rattata            |  Normal                  |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Spearow            |  Normal/Flying           |  Rare        |   Both    |
|  Mankey             |  Fighting                |  Uncommon    |   Both    |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: None.                                                 |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

As you try heading west, you'll find your rival. Well, let's give him the
honor of being whipped for the seventh time in a row, eh?
 _____________________________________
|  BOSS: PKMN Trainer [rival's name]  \
|______________________________________\______________________________________
|  Pokémon [if you chose Bulbasaur]: Pidgeot (Lv. 47) Normal/Flying           |
|                                    Gyarados (Lv. 45) Water/Flying           |
|                                    Alakazam (Lv. 47) Psychic                |
|                                    Exeggcute (Lv. 45) Grass/Psychic         |
|                                    Rhyhorn (Lv. 45) Rock/Ground             |
|                                    Charizard (Lv. 53) Fire/Flying           |
|                                                                             |
|  Money Earned: $1,908                                                       |
|~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~|
|  Pokémon [if you chose Charmander]: Pidgeot (Lv. 47) Normal/Flying          |
|                                     Growlithe (Lv. 45) Fire                 |
|                                     Alakazam (Lv. 47) Psychic               |
|                                     Exeggcute (Lv. 45) Grass/Psychic        |
|                                     Rhyhorn (Lv. 45) Rock/Ground            |
|                                     Blastoise (Lv. 53) Water                |
|                                                                             |
|  Money Earned: $1,908                                                       |
|~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~|
|  Pokémon [if you chose Squirtle]: Pidgeot (Lv. 47) Normal/Flying            |
|                                   Growlithe (Lv. 45) Fire                   |
|                                   Alakazam (Lv. 47) Psychic                 |
|                                   Gyarados (Lv. 45) Water/Flying            |
|                                   Rhyhorn (Lv. 45) Rock/Ground              |
|                                   Venusaur (Lv. 53) Grass/Poison            |
|                                                                             |
|  Money Earned: $1,908                                                       |
|=============================================================================|
|  Pidgeot is weak to Rock, Ice, and Electric. It is immune to Ghost and      |
|  Ground.                                                                    |
|                                                                             |
|  Gyarados is weak to Electric (4x) and Rock. It is immune to Ground.        |
|                                                                             |
|  Alakazam is weak to Bug, Ghost, and Dark.                                  |
|                                                                             |
|  Exeggcute is weak to Fire, Ice, Flying, Poison, Bug (4x), Ghost, and Dark. |
|                                                                             |
|  Growlithe is weak to Rock, Ground, and Water.                              |
|                                                                             |
|  Rhyhorn is weak to Grass (4x), Water (4x), Fighting, Steel, and Ice. It is |
|  immune to Electric.                                                        |
|                                                                             |
|  Charizard is weak to Rock (4x), Ground, Water, and Electric.               |
|                                                                             |
|  Blastoise is weak to Electric and Grass.                                   |
|                                                                             |
|  Venusaur is weak to Fire, Ice, Flying, and Psychic.                        |
|                                                                             |
|  Recommendations:							      |
|  ~ Graveler, Golem -> Pidgeot, Charizard, Growlithe                         |
|  ~ Grass- or Water-type -> Rhyhorn                                          |
|  ~ Electric Pokémon -> Gyarados                                             |
|  ~ Haunter, Gengar -> Alakazam                                              |
|  ~ Grass-type -> Blastoise                                                  |
|  ~ Fire- or Flying-type -> Venusaur                                         |
|  Each Pokémon should be Lv. 53+.                                            |
|_____________________________________________________________________________|

Well, after the battle, your rival shall leave you be. You should continue
along the path to find Route 23 and the Badge Check Gates.

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                         Route 23 / Badge Check Gates
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|   Pokémon Species   |       Pokémon Type       |    Rarity    |  Version  |
|---------------------+--------------------------+--------------+-----------|
|  Spearow            |  Normal/Flying           |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Fearow             |  Normal/Flying           |  Uncommon    |   Both    |
|  Mankey             |  Fighting                |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Primeape           |  Fighting                |  Rare        |   Both    |
|  Ekans              |  Poison                  |  Common      |    FR     |
|  Arbok              |  Poison                  |  Rare        |    FR     |
|  Sandshrew          |  Ground                  |  Common      |    LG     |
|  Sandslash          |  Ground                  |  Rare        |    LG     |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: None are found here.                                  |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

The path is actually pretty linear. Head north once you pass the initial
building.

After showing the Thunderbadge, check a dark spot left of the wall. You'll get
a Leppa Berry.

Once you show off the Soulbadge, you'll see a square of land sticking out.
Stand the lower-right corner, go two steps west, one north, and press A to find
a Max Ether.

When you reach the grassy area, stand between the statues. Press A to find an
Ultra Ball.

After going north some, you'll find a 3x4 patch of grass. Examine the dark
spot to find an Aspear Berry.

Once you show the Volcanobadge, go northeast some to find a Full Restore in
the standalone rock.

Before entering Victory Road (shortly after showing off the Earthbadge), you
can find a Sitrus Berry by standing one square southwest of the western
statue, facing north, and pressing A.

Continue on into the final trial before the Pokémon League - Victory Road.

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                         Route 23 / Badge Check Gates
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|   Pokémon Species   |       Pokémon Type       |    Rarity    |  Version  |
|---------------------+--------------------------+--------------+-----------|
|  Machop             |  Fighting                |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Machoke            |  Fighting                |  Uncommon    |   Both    |
|  Onix               |  Rock/Ground             |  Uncommon    |   Both    |
|  Golbat             |  Poison/Flying           |  Uncommon    |   Both    |
|  Mankey             |  Fighting                |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Primeape           |  Fighting                |  Rare        |   Both    |
|  Marowak            |  Ground                  |  Rare        |   Both    |
|  Arbok              |  Poison                  |  Uncommon    |    FR     |
|  Sandslash          |  Ground                  |  Uncommon    |    LG     |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: (starts below)                                        |
|  Same Trainer -+->  Persian Lv. 42, Vulpix Lv. 42, Ninetales Lv. 42,      |
|                '->  Ponyta Lv. 42, Rapidash Lv. 42                        |
|  Same Trainer -+->  Raticate Lv. 42, Wartortle Lv. 42, Charmeleon Lv. 42, |
|                '->  Charizard Lv. 42, Ivysaur Lv. 42                      |
|                     Machoke Lv. 43 (x2), Machop Lv. 43                    |
|                     Persian Lv. 44, Golduck Lv. 44                        |
|                     Mr. Mime Lv. 48                                       |
|  Same Trainer -+->  Exeggutor Lv. 42, Cloyster Lv. 42, Electrode Lv. 42,  |
|                '->  Sandslash Lv. 42, Arcanine Lv. 42                     |
|                     Charmeleon Lv. 40, Lickitung Lv. 40, Lapras Lv. 40    |
|  Same Trainer -+->  Clefairy Lv. 42, Chansey Lv. 42, Persian Lv. 42,      |
|                '->  Jigglypuff Lv. 42, Dewgong Lv. 42                     |
|  Same Trainer -+->  Kingler Lv. 41, Poliwhirl Lv. 42, Blastoise Lv. 43,   |
|                '->  Seadra Lv. 42, Tentacruel Lv. 42                      |
|  Same Trainer -+->  Bellsprout Lv. 42, Weepinbell Lv. 42,                 |
|                '->  Victreebel Lv. 42, Paras Lv. 42, Parasect Lv. 42      |
|                     Drowzee Lv. 41, Hypno Lv. 41, Kadabra Lv. 41 (x2)     |
|                     Nidoking Lv. 45, Nidoqueen Lv. 45                     |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

I swear, that the highest number of times I've used the "Same Trainer"
notation in any section of any of my previous mainstream Pokémon FAQs. :/

*ahem*  Once you enter, push the Strength boulder to your left south, then all
of the way east, then north, then all of way east again, then two squares
north, then one tile east.

Return to the beginning, go upstairs, and to the left to battle a Trainer. Then
go back to the divergence and go on the right side. Continue along the path to
find two items. You can only get one at a time, though. The western one is a
Rare Candy; the northern one is TM02, Dragon Claw. Examine the tile two tiles
east of TM02 to find a Full Restore.

Head west and downstairs. Go east and examine the rock to find an Ultra Ball.
Keep going along the path to find another Cooltrainer. Go up the ladder and go
south. Push the Strength boulder two tiles west, two south, and two west to
remove the blockade.

Go upstairs and east to find another Trainer. Go down the first staircase and
go left to fidn TM37 (Sandstorm), then follow the path east and around the
stairs to find a Trainer and a Full Heal. Then head northeast to find another
Trainer and TM07 (Hail).

Return to where Juggler Vincent was pacing around. Go upstairs and grab the
item (a Max Revive!) and a Trainer. Go to the Strength boulder nearby and push
it two tiles north and then all of the way west. Head south to find TM50,
Overheat. Return to the boulder and push it one tile south and four west. You
can now go down the ladder for a Guard Spec. and another Trainer. Otherwise,
push the Strength boulder another three tiles south and one east to remove the
blockade.

Return to the Strength boulder's original location and head west and upstairs.
Defeat the Trainer, follow the path, and head downstairs for another two
battles. Head east to find another Strength boulder. Push it into the hole
nearby, then fall into it yourself.

Push the boulder due west, then head east and upstairs. Defeat the Trainer,
go east, up the ladder, and then finish off the double battle to the north.

From there (the double battle), go south to find the Victory Road exit and a
Move Tutor (for Double Edge).

Leave.

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
                                Indigo Plateau
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

Follow the path until you're in the open, then head west. Stand in the
southwestern corner, take one step eastward, face north, and press A to find a
Lum Berry.

Stay on the western side and continue north. You'll loop around the east side
and the rock-things will form a pseudo-V shape. Go into the V, take one step
north, face south, and you'll find a Max Elixir. Okay, well, head inside.

There, you'll find a Pokémon Center plus a PokéMart. Buy a bunch of Hyper
Potions and Full Restores. Now, we need to construct a team.
 
Each of the Elite Four will specialize in a type: Ice, Fighting, Ghost, and
Dragon. Henceforth, I give you this team. It works best at Lv. 55+.

~ Ninetales, Arcanine, or Moltres	(Fire-type)
~ Pidgeot or Fearow			(Flying-type)
~ Haunter or Gengar			(Ghost-type)
~ Lapras or Articuno			(Water/Ice-type)
~ Zapdos or another Electric type	(Electric-type)
~ Your starter				(Depends)

I WILL MAKE A LOT OF REFERENCES TO THIS TEAM IN THE RECOMMENDATIONS, BECAUSE I
AM QUITE SURE YOU HAVE THE ABILITY TO GAIN THESE BY NOW. MODIFY YOUR SPECIFIC
STRATEGY AS NEEDED. And, yeah, I know those aren't their REAL types; that is
just another way to refer to them.

Proceed inside when you need to.

Okay, first up is Lorelei, the frosty first member of the Elite Four. (Although
is can be debated she is the Water/Ice-user - four are part-Ice, four are
part-Water.)
 ____________________________
|  BOSS: Elite Four Lorelei  \
|_____________________________\______________________________________________
|  Pokémon: Dewgong (Ice/Water) Lv. 52                                       |
|           Slowbro (Water/Psychic) Lv. 52                                   |
|           Cloyster (Ice/Water) Lv. 51                                      |
|           Jynx (Ice/Psychic) Lv. 54                                        |
|           Lapras (Ice/Water) Lv. 54                                        |
|                                                                            |
|  Full Restores Available: 2                                                |
|  Money Earned: $5,400                                                      |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Dewgong is weak to Fighting, Rock, Grass, and Electric. It takes half-    |
|  and quarter-damage from Fire and Ice (respectively). It uses Surf (Water),|
|  Hail (5-turn damage to all non-Ice), and Ice Beam (Ice).                  |
|                                                                            |
|  Slowbro is weak to Grass, Electric, Bug, Dark, and Ghost. It cannot be    |
|  Attracted. It can use Ice Beam (Ice) and Surf (Water) for damage, albeit  |
|  rarely, and Yawn to eventually put you to Sleep.                          |
|                                                                            |
|  Cloyster is weak to Grass, Electric, Rock, and Fighting. It will use      |
|  Dive to attack directly (2-turn; Water). Other than that, it also can use |
|  Spikes (damage when switching), Hail, and Protect.                        |
|                                                                            |
|  Jynx is weak to Rock, Steel, Fire, Ghost, Bug, and Dark. It cannot be     |
|  Attracted. It can use Ice Punch (Ice), Doubleslap (Normal; multi-hit),    |
|  Attract, and Lovely Kiss (Sleep?). Remember the Poké Flute if you get put |
|  to Sleep!!                                                                |
|                                                                            |
|  Lapras is weak to Grass, Electric, Rock, and Fighting. It will absorb any |
|  Water-based damage. It can use Surf (Water), Ice Beam (Ice), Body Slam    |
|  (Normal; may Paralyze (30% chance)), and Confuse Ray.                     |
|                                                                            |
|  Recommendations:                                                          |
|  ~ Electric-type -> Dewgong, Slowbro, Cloyster, Lapras                     |
|  ~ Fire- (preferable) or Ghost-type -> Jynx                                |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

After winning, head on to Bruno's room.
 __________________________
|  BOSS: Elite Four Bruno  \
|___________________________\________________________________________________
|  Pokémon: Onix (Lv. 51) Rock/Ground                                        |
|           Onix (Lv. 54) Rock/Ground                                        |
|           Hitmonchan (Lv. 53) Fighting                                     |
|           Hitmonlee (Lv. 53) Fighting                                      |
|           Machamp (Lv. 56) Fighting                                        |
|                                                                            |
|  Full Restores Available: 2                                                |
|  Money Earned: $5,600                                                      |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Both Onix are weak to Grass (4x), Water (4x), Fighting, Ice, and Steel.   |
|  The Lv. 51 Onix can use Rock Tomb (Rock), Iron Tail (Steel), and          |
|  Earthquake (Ground) to damage. The Lv. 54 substitutes Rock Tomb for Sand  |
|  Tomb (Ground), and can also use Double-Edge (Normal) without recoil.      |
|                                                                            |
|  Hitmonchan is weak to Flying and Psychic. It can use Mach Punch (Normal,  |
|  I think), Rock Tomb (Rock), and Sky Uppercut (Fighting; hits when Flying).|
|                                                                            |
|  Hitmonlee is weak to Flying and Psychic; it cannot be Paralyzed. It can   |
|  use Brick Break (Fighting; bypasses Light Screen and Reflect), Mega Kick  |
|  (Normal), Facade (Normal; double-power when Poisoned/Burned/Paralyzed     |
|  (but the last cannot happen!)), and Foresight (allows Normal-moves to hit |
|  Ghosts).                                                                  |
|                                                                            |
|  Machoke is weak to Psychic and Flying. It'll get extremely buffed up if   |
|  you Poison/Burn/Paralyze it -- double damage, in fact.  ._.;;   Anyhow,   |
|  it can use Rock Tomb (Rock) and Cross Chop (POWERFUL; Fighting).          |
|                                                                            |
|  Recommendations:                                                          |
|  ~ Grass or Water-type -> Onix                                             |
|  ~ Flying (preferable) or Ghost-type -> Everyone else                      |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

Continue to the next room, where you'll find the ghastly Agatha. (I wonder why
we end up referring to her as the Ghost user? All of her Pokémon are at least
part-Poison. :/ )
 ___________________________
|  BOSS: Elite Four Agatha  \
|____________________________\_______________________________________________
|  Pokémon: Gengar (Lv. 54) Ghost/Poison                                     |
|           Haunter (Lv. 54) Ghost/Poison                                    |
|           Golbat (Lv. 54) Poison/Flying                                    |
|           Arbok (Lv. 56) Poison                                            |
|           Gengar (Lv. 58) Ghost/Poison                                     |
|                                                                            |
|  Full Restores Available: 2                                                |
|  Money Earned: $5,800                                                      |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Both Gengar are weak to Ghost, Dark, and Psychic. They're immune to       |
|  Ground, Normal, and Fighting. The Lv. 54 one can use Confuse Ray, Toxic,  |
|  and Shadow Punch (Ghost) in particular. As for the Lv. 58 one, it can use |
|  Shadow Ball (Ghost), Sludge Bomb (Poison), Hypnosis (causes Sleep), and   |
|  Nightmare (damages those Sleeping).                                       |
|                                                                            |
|  Haunter is weak to Ghost, Dark, and Psychic. It is immune to Normal,      |
|  Ground, and Fighting. It can use Curse for some severe damage on both     |
|  sides. It also can use Hypnosis (causes Sleep) and Dream Eater (drains HP |
|  from those Sleeping). 			                             |
|                                                                            |
|  Golbat is weak to Psychic, Rock, Ice, and Electric. It is immune to       |
|  Ground. It can use Air Cutter (Flying; hit critical-hit rate), Bite (Dark |
|  and may flinch), Poison Fang (Poison; 50% chance of Poison), and Confuse  |
|  Ray.                                                                      |
|                                                                            |
|  Arbok is weak to Psychic and Ground. It can use Bite (Dark; may flinch),  |
|  Sludge Bomb (Poison; may Poison), and Iron Tail (Steel).                  |
|                                                                            |
|  Recommendations:                                                          |
|  ~ Haunter/Gengar -> Haunter, Gengar                                       |
|  ~ Something non-Grass -> Arbok, Golbat                                    |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

Okay, here's where most start to get in trouble. HEAL and go to the next room
to find the Dragon Tamer, Lance, in the next room.
 __________________________
|  BOSS: Elite Four Lance  \
|___________________________\________________________________________________
|  Pokémon: Gyarados (Lv. 56) Water/Flying                                   |
|           Aerodactyl (Lv. 58) Rock/Flying                                  |
|           Dragonair (Lv. 54) Dragon                                        |
|           Dragonair (Lv. 54) Dragon                                        |
|           Dragonite (Lv. 60) Dragon/Flying                                 |
|                                                                            |
|  Full Restores Available: 2                                                |
|  Money Earned: $6,000                                                      |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Gyarados is weak to Electric (4x) and Rock. It is immune to Ground. It    |
|  can use Bite (Dark), Dragon Rage (40 damage), and Hyper Beam (Normal;     |
|  rest next turn).                                                          |
|                                                                            |
|  Aerodactyl is weak to Water, Steel, Electric, and Ice. It is immune to    |
|  Ground. It can use Wing Attack (Flying), Ancientpower (Rock), and Hyper   |
|  Beam (Normal; rest next turn).                                            |
|                                                                            |
|  Both Dragonair are weak to Ice and Dragon. One of them can use Outrage    |
|  Dragon; three-turn then confuses user), Hyper Beam (Normal; rest next     |
|  turn), and Thunder Wave (Paralyzes). The other swaps Thunder Wave for     |
|  Dragon Rage (40 damage).                                                  |
|                                                                            |
|  Dragonite is weak to Ice (4x), Dragon, and Rock. It is immune to Ground.  |
|  It can use the aforementioned Outrage, Wing Attack, and Hyper Beam.       |
|                                                                            |
|  Recommendations:                                                          |
|  ~ Electric-type -> Gyarados, Aerodactyl                                   |
|  ~ Ice-type -> Dragonair, Dragonite                                        |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

Heal your Pokémon well - this is where it really counts. Continue into the next
room to find your rival. You know what? I'm really freaking sick of his trash
talking -- we shall put him in his place ... once and for all. DON'T HOLD BACK!
 _________________________________
|  BOSS: Champion [rival's name]  \
|__________________________________\__________________________________________
|  Pokémon [if you chose Bulbasaur]: Pidgeot (Lv. 59) Normal/Flying           |
|                                    Gyarados (Lv. 61) Water/Flying           |
|                                    Alakazam (Lv. 57) Psychic                |
|                                    Exeggutor (Lv. 59) Grass/Psychic         |
|                                    Rhydon (Lv. 59) Rock/Ground              |
|                                    Charizard (Lv. 63) Fire/Flying           |
|                                                                             |
|  Full Restores Available: 4                                                 |
|  Money Earned: $6,300                                                       |
|~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~|
|  Pokémon [if you chose Charmander]: Pidgeot (Lv. 59) Normal/Flying          |
|                                     Arcanine (Lv. 61) Fire                  |
|                                     Alakazam (Lv. 57) Psychic               |
|                                     Exeggutor (Lv. 59) Grass/Psychic        |
|                                     Rhydon (Lv. 59) Rock/Ground             |
|                                     Blastoise (Lv. 63) Water                |
|                                                                             |
|  Full Restores Available: 4                                                 |
|  Money Earned: $6,300                                                       |
|~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~|
|  Pokémon [if you chose Squirtle]: Pidgeot (Lv. 59) Normal/Flying            |
|                                   Arcanine (Lv. 61) Fire                    |
|                                   Alakazam (Lv. 57) Psychic                 |
|                                   Gyarados (Lv. 59) Water/Flying            |
|                                   Rhydon (Lv. 59) Rock/Ground               |
|                                   Venusaur (Lv. 53) Grass/Poison            |
|                                                                             |
|  Full Restores Available: 4                                                 |
|  Money Earned: $6,300                                                       |
|=============================================================================|
|  Pidgeot is weak to Rock, Ice, and Electric. It is immune to Ghost and      |
|  Ground. It can use Aerial Ace (Flying; no-miss) offensively. It also has   |
|  Sand Attack for accuracy-lowering.                                         |
|                                                                             |
|  Rhydon is weak to Grass (4x), Water (4x), Fighting, Steel, and Ice. It is  |
|  immune to Electric (due to type AND ability...). It can use Rock Tomb      |
|  (Rock), Take Down (Normal), and Earthquake (Ground).                       |
|                                                                             |
|  Alakazam is weak to Bug, Ghost, and Dark. It uses Psychic offensively. The |
|  others are stat/HP boosters. Beware the statusing method - if you Burn,    |
|  Poison, or Paralyze it, you also get that status.                          |
|                                                                             |
|  Gyarados is weak against Electric (4x) and Rock. It is immune to Ground.   |
|  It can use Bite (Dark), Thrash, Hydro Pump (Water), and Dragon Rage (40    |
|  damage).                                                                   |
|                                                                             |
|  Exeggutor is weak to Fire, Ice, Flying, Bug (4x), Poison (?), Dark, and    |
|  Ghost. It can use Egg Bomb (Normal...?) and Giga Drain (Grass). It also    |
|  has Sleep Powder, but you have the Poké Flute... right?                    |
|                                                                             |
|  Arcanine is weak to Rock, Water, and Ground. It can use Flamethrower,      |
|  Bite (Dark), and Extremespeed (Normal).                                    |
|                                                                             |
|  Charizard is weak to Rock (4x), Water, and Electric; it is immune to       |
|  Ground. It can use Fire Spin (multi-hit; Fire), Fire Blast, Slash (Normal),|
|  and Aerial Ace (Flying; no-miss).                                          |
|                                                                             |
|  Blastoise is weak to Grass and Electric. It can use Surf (Water), Hydro    |
|  Pump (Water), Body Slam (Normal; 30% chance of Paralysis), and Rain Dance  |
|  to make Water even MORE powerful. Although, if it rains, Thunder will not  |
|  miss...                                                                    |
|                                                                             |
|  Venusaur is weak to Fire, Ice, Flying, and Psychic. It actually only has   |
|  one offensive (Grass) move, Solarbeam. It takes two turns to charge,       |
|  unless it has used Sunny Day in the last five turns. It also has Growth    |
|  for Sp. Atk. increases, and Synthesis for HP restoration.                  |
|                                                                             |
|  Recommendations:                                                           |
|  ~ Electric-type -> Pidgeot, Gyarados, Blastoise                            |
|  ~ Grass- or Water-type -> Rhydon                                           |
|  ~ Ghost-type -> Alakazam, Exeggutor                                        |
|  ~ Water-type -> Arcanine                                                   |
|  ~ Water- or Electric-type -> Charizard                                     |
|  ~ Fire- or Flying-type -> Venusaur                                         |
|_____________________________________________________________________________|

After you defeat the now-disappointed rival of yours, Professor Oak will appear
and bring you to the next room, thereby registering you into the Hall of Fame.

~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~
            CONGRATULATIONS! YOU HAVE BEATEN THE MAIN STORYLINE OF
                    POKEMON FIRERED AND LEAFGREEN VERSIONS!
~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~


+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
++                                                                         ++
++     Section X - Sevii Islands Walkthrough               **FRLG410**     ++
++                                                                         ++
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

Once you restart the game after finishing the Elite Four, reload the game.

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                                 Pallet Town
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After finishing off the Elite Four, you end up back in your house in Pallet
Town. Now is an okay time to start off the Sevii Islands. Fly to Cinnabar.

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                               Cinnabar Island
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 _____________________
|  Cinnabar PokéMart  \
|______________________\____________________________________________________
|  Item Name ........................................................ Cost  |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Ultra Ball ..................................................... $1,200  |
|  Great Ball ....................................................... $600  |
|  Hyper Potion ................................................... $1,200  |
|  Revive ......................................................... $1,500  |
|  Full Heal ........................................................ $600  |
|  Escape Rope ...................................................... $550  |
|  Max Repel ........................................................ $700  |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Okay, head into the Pokémon Center and interact with the PC. Get Pokémon that
can Cut, Surf, and use Strength. Speak with Bill and you'll end up at One
Island.

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                                  One Island
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When you arrive, Bill will take you over to the Pokémon Net Center where his
friend, Celio, is awaiting him. Celio will soon explain that his and Bill's
PC systems cannot yet link (ie. you cannot use the PC Pokémon Storage System).
Bill will ask you to take a Meteorite over to a guy on Two Island. Celio will
add One, Two, and Three Islands to your Town Map (and give you one if you never
got it before), then he'll give you the Tri-Pass to allow you to go between
them.

Before setting sail for Two Island, though, we want to do some things...

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                         Treasure Beach (One Island)
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 ___________________________________________________________________________
|   Pokémon Species   |       Pokémon Type       |    Rarity    |  Version  |
|---------------------+--------------------------+--------------+-----------|
|  Tangela            |  Grass                   |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Fearow             |  Normal/Flying           |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Spearow            |  Normal/Flying           |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Persian            |  Normal                  |  Rare        |   Both    |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Seel Lv. 36 (x2), Dewgong Lv. 36                      |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Well, there IS a Trainer here. And some Pokémon.

There is also that you can use the Itemfinder to find some items here. You
can find Pearls, Stardust, and such.

Fly back to One Island.

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                                  One Island
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Leave heading east. You'll soon arrive at Kindle Road.

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                           Kindle Road (One Island)
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|   Pokémon Species   |       Pokémon Type       |    Rarity    |  Version  |
|---------------------+--------------------------+--------------+-----------|
|  Meowth             |  Normal                  |  Uncommon    |   Both    |
|  Persian            |  Normal                  |  Rare        |   Both    |
|  Spearow            |  Normal/Flying           |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Fearow             |  Normal/Flying           |  Uncommon    |   Both    |
|  Geodude            |  Rock/Ground             |  Uncommon    |   Both    |
|  Graveler           |  Rock/Ground             |  Rare        |   Both    |
|  Ponyta             |  Fire                    |  Uncommon    |   Both    |
|  Rapidash           |  Fire                    |  Rare        |   Both    |
|  Psyduck            |  Water/Psychic           |  Uncommon    |    FR     |
|  Slowpoke           |  Water/Psychic           |  Rare        |    LG     |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Psyduck Lv. 35, Psyduck Lv. 36, Golduck Lv. 37        |
|                     Meowth Lv. 35 (x2), Clefairy Lv. 35, Pikachu Lv. 35   |
|                     Nidorino Lv. 36, Sandslash Lv. 36, Raticate Lv. 36    |
|                     Shellder Lv. 35, Wartortle Lv. 38, Cloyster Lv. 35    |
|                     Machoke Lv. 39, Primeape Lv. 39                       |
|                     Machop Lv. 38, Machoke Lv. 38                         |
|                     Machop Lv. 37, Machoke Lv. 37                         |
|                     Hitmonlee Lv. 38, Hitmonchan Lv. 38                   |
|                     Mankey Lv. 37, Primeape Lv. 37                        |
|                     Starmie Lv. 38                                        |
|                     Seadra Lv. 37 (x2)                                    |
|                     Goldeen Lv. 33 (x2), Seaking Lv. 35 (x3)              |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Surf east and north to find a Swimmer.

Continue onwards to the mainland. When you get there, Surf up the east side and
get the Max Repel. Return to the beginning and north.

You'll have six Trainer battles along the way. After the sixth one (after Black
Belt Hugh), you'll find the Ember Spa in the nearby cave. If you enter the hot
springs in there to get fully healed. (Reminded somewhat of Lavaridge Town
yet?) Speak with the old man on the north side between the waterfalls to get
HM06, Rock Smash, which helps smash all of those boulders you've been seeing
(not the pushable ones; those like the ones from the Rock Tunnel). 

Exit and backtrack to the three pseudo-vertical (remember, you have a birds-eye
view - it looks vertical TO YOU) rocks and smash them to get an Ether. Keep on
going south and upstairs to the plateau. Follow the path to two Rock Smash
rocks and a Carbos, and a Trainer.

Continue north past the Ember Spa and, four Trainers later, you'll be a short
distance from Mt. Ember.

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                            Mt. Ember (One Island)
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|   Pokémon Species   |       Pokémon Type       |    Rarity    |  Version  |
|---------------------+--------------------------+--------------+-----------|
|  Machop             |  Fighting                |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Machoke            |  Fighting                |  Rare        |   Both    |
|  Magmar             |  Fire                    |  Rare        |   Both    |
|  Slugma             |  Fire                    |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Geodude            |  Rock/Ground             |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Graveler           |  Rock/Ground             |  Rare        |   Both    |
|  Ponyta             |  Fire                    |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Rapidash           |  Fire                    |  Rare        |   Both    |
|  Moltres            |  Fire/Flying             |  One-Time    |   Both    |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Bellsprout Lv. 38, Gloom Lv. 38 (x2)                  |
|                     Hitmonchan Lv. 38 (x2)                                |
|                     Exeggcute Lv. 37, Exeggutor Lv. 37                    |
|                     Cubone Lv. 37, Marowak Lv. 37                         |
|                     Rattata, Raticate, Sandshrew, Sandslash; each Lv. 35  |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

When you enter, you'll find a man nearby. He is a Move Tutor that teaches the
suicidally-powerful Explosion. (User-KO = 200 Power, 300 on a Normal-type!) You
will also find two Team Rocket Grunts to the east -- IGNORE THEM FOR NOW, EVEN
IF YOU  HAVE  OBTAINED THE NATIONAL POKEDEX.

Go along to the first Strength boulder and push it only until you can pass,
then push the one to its west. Continue onwards to the Pokémon Ranger. Further
on are two staircases. Go to the boulderless one, battle the pacing Trainer,
go upstairs and east. Continue along to find a Dire Hit. Return to the stairs
and head west to find another Pokémon Ranger.

See that small alcove near the Ranger? Examine the last tile in there to find
an Ultra Ball.

After this, go along the very long and linear path through Mt. Ember. No
Trainers.

On the other side, go upstairs and west to find an Ultra Ball. If you want to
find a Fire Stone, break the rock next to the boulder, push the boulder,
break the rock, and push the boulders out of the way. Return to the main area
and head upstairs.

Push the eastern boulder northward, then the one that is next to it westward.
Push the rest out of the way to find... Moltres, the Legendary Fire Bird! I
guess you veterans of R/B/Y/G were wondering why I never mentioned Moltres
being in Victory Road, eh?
 ______________________________
|  Special Encounter: Moltres  \
|_______________________________\____________________________________________
|  Type : Fire/Flying.                                                       |
|  Level: Level 50.                                                          |
|  Moves: - Endure                                                           |
|         - Fire Spin                                                        |
|         - Agility                                                          |
|         - Flamethrower                                                     |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Moltres is weak to Rock (4x), Water, and Electric. It is immune to Ground |
|  moves. It resists Grass (1/4), Fighting, Bug (1/4), and Steel. It has a   |
|  move-based advantage over Grass, Ice, Bug, and Steel.                     |
|                                                                            |
|  There are a few ways to go about this. The main way would be simply to    |
|  lower Moltres's HP as much as possible, then bring about a non-damaging   |
|  status, such as Paralysis or Sleep. Shoot out an Ultra Ball afterwards.   |
|  That is all you CAN do. The only thing that could make it better would be |
|  using False Swipe, unless you get lucky with Endure.                      |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

IF YOU HAVE BEATEN THE ELITE FOUR AND OBTAINED THE NATIONAL POKEDEX, RETURN TO
THE BEGINNING NOW. IF YOU HAVE   NOT   DONE SO, LEAVE AND CONTINUE ON PAST THE
NEXT BITS.

After having caught Moltres, return to the dungeon's start and you'll find the
two Grunts to the east. You'll notice they have opened up a cave on the side.
They decide to bring treasure they find to the Warehouse, but one of them has
forgotten the password. The other reveals the first password...

                              "Goldeen need log."

Palindromes. <3

Unfortunately, before the second code is revealed, you are spotted. Speak with
each Grunt to start a battle. After these battles, you are told not to go into
the cave.

I was never the best listener. :)  Head inside, with your Strength user.

Follow the path to the Strength boulder. Push one of them two tiles east,
then go south to find another one - push it one tile east. Follow the path
southward to another puzzle.

Push the boulder one tile right. Go to the north side and push it southward.
When you get to a fork, take the lower path. Push the boulder and go down the
stairs.

Follow this all of the way down to a room with many Braille-covered walls. One
of lesser-favorite puzzles from Gen. III. >_<  On each wall, you will find some
Braille characters. Go downstairs for a Braille message (translated below)...

                                  EVERYTHING
                                  HAS MEANING
                                   EXISTENCE
                                  HAS MEANING
                                  BEING ALIVE
                                  HAS MEANING
                                  HAVE DREAMS
                                   USE POWER.

... and a Ruby. Grab it and return to the fork and take the right path.

Push the top boulder eastward, then push the bottom one west. Go southward.
Follow the path and go up the ladders to get out of the cave.

Once you exit Mt. Ember, Fly over to One Island.

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                                  One Island
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Bring Celio the Ruby. After that, Celio will ask you to find the other gem
paired with it. (Think about the original GBA Pokémon games: Ruby, ________,
Emerald.) He'll also give you the Rainbow Pass, which allows travel to all
seven of the Sevii Islands. Your Town Map is expanded to accomodate them.

Let's head to Two Island.

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                                  Two Island
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 _______________________
|  Two Island PokéMart  \
|________________________\__________________________________________________
|  Item Name ........................................................ Cost  |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Great Ball ....................................................... $600  |
|  Fresh Water ...................................................... $200  |
|                                                                           |
|                                                                           |
|===========================================================================|
|                           After saving Lostelle.                          |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Item Name ........................................................ Cost  |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Ultra Ball ..................................................... $1,200  |
|  Great Ball ....................................................... $600  |
|  Soda Pop ......................................................... $300  |
|  Fresh Water ...................................................... $200  |
|                                                                           |
|                                                                           |
|===========================================================================|
|                  After defeating the Elite Four one time.                 |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Item Name ........................................................ Cost  |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Ultra Ball ..................................................... $1,200  |
|  Great Ball ....................................................... $600  |
|  Lemonade ......................................................... $350  |
|  Soda Pop ......................................................... $300  |
|  Fresh Water ...................................................... $200  |
|  MooMoo Milk ...................................................... $500  |
|                                                                           |
|                                                                           |
|===========================================================================|
|                          After buying all items.                          |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Item Name ........................................................ Cost  |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Ultra Ball ..................................................... $1,200  |
|  Repeat Ball .................................................... $1,000  |
|  Timer Ball ..................................................... $1,000  |
|  Lemonade ......................................................... $350  |
|  Soda Pop ......................................................... $300  |
|  Fresh Water ...................................................... $200  |
|  MooMoo Milk ...................................................... $500  |
|  Lava Cookie ...................................................... $200  |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Two things: firstly, you cannot Surf or fish in the water - it is too fast;
secondly, buy a Lemonade and keep it.

Okay, upon arriving, head east, Cut down the tree, follow the path, and grab
the Revive. Then go to the shop and southeast of it. You'll find a man who, at
the cost of either two Tinymushrooms or a Big Mushroom, will reteach a Pokémon
a move forgotten during the level-up process.

Nearby is a Game Corner. Enter and you'll find a crazed man who is scared
because his daughter - Lostelle - is missing. He'll ask for you to search for
her on Three Island. A Biker will barge in, apparently mistaking this place for
Three Island.

Some quick business must be done however. Exit to the north.

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                           Cape Brink (Two Island)
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 ___________________________________________________________________________
|   Pokémon Species   |       Pokémon Type       |    Rarity    |  Version  |
|---------------------+--------------------------+--------------+-----------|
|  Spearow            |  Normal/Flying           |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Fearow             |  Normal/Flying           |  Uncommon    |   Both    |
|  Meowth             |  Normal                  |  Uncommon    |   Both    |
|  Persian            |  Normal                  |  Rare        |   Both    |
|  Oddish             |  Grass/Poison            |  Uncommon    |    FR     |
|  Gloom              |  Grass/Poison            |  Rare        |    FR     |
|  Psyduck            |  Water/Psychic           |  Uncommon    |    FR     |
|  Golduck            |  Water/Psychic           |  Rare        |    FR     |
|  Bellsprout         |  Grass/Poison            |  Uncommon    |    LG     |
|  Weepinbell         |  Grass/Poison            |  Rare        |    LG     |
|  Slowpoke           |  Water/Psychic           |  Uncommon    |    LG     |
|  Slowbro            |  Water/Psychic           |  Rare        |    LG     |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: No Trainers are found here.                           |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

After leaving to the north, you'll find Cape Brink. Here's a place for finding
some Pokémon. You'll also find a Move Tutor...

O===============O===========================O================O=================O
|  Pokémon      |  Starter in...            |  Move Taught   |  Move Data      |
O===============O===========================O================O=================O
|  Venusaur	|  FireRed, LeafGreen       |                |  150 base Power |
|  Meganium	|  Non-mainstream Games	    |  Frenzy Plant  |  225 STAB Power |
|  Sceptile	|  Ruby, Sapphire, Emerald  |                |  Rest on Turn 2 |
O---------------O---------------------------O----------------O-----------------O
|  Blastoise	|  FireRed, LeafGreen       |                |  150 base Power |
|  Feraligatr	|  Non-mainstream Games	    |  Hydro Cannon  |  225 STAB Power |
|  Marshtomp	|  Ruby, Sapphire, Emerald  |                |  Rest on Turn 2 |
O---------------O---------------------------O----------------O-----------------O
|  Charizard	|  FireRed, LeafGreen       |                |  150 base Power |
|  Typhlosion	|  Non-mainstream Games	    |  Blast Burn    |  225 STAB Power |
|  Blaziken	|  Ruby, Sapphire, Emerald  |                |  Rest on Turn 2 |
O===============O===========================O================O=================O

When done here, Fly back to Two Island.

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                                  Two Island
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 _______________________
|  Two Island PokéMart  \
|________________________\__________________________________________________
|  Item Name ........................................................ Cost  |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Great Ball ....................................................... $600  |
|  Fresh Water ...................................................... $200  |
|                                                                           |
|                                                                           |
|===========================================================================|
|                           After saving Lostelle.                          |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Item Name ........................................................ Cost  |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Ultra Ball ..................................................... $1,200  |
|  Great Ball ....................................................... $600  |
|  Soda Pop ......................................................... $300  |
|  Fresh Water ...................................................... $200  |
|                                                                           |
|                                                                           |
|===========================================================================|
|                  After defeating the Elite Four one time.                 |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Item Name ........................................................ Cost  |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Ultra Ball ..................................................... $1,200  |
|  Great Ball ....................................................... $600  |
|  Lemonade ......................................................... $350  |
|  Soda Pop ......................................................... $300  |
|  Fresh Water ...................................................... $200  |
|  MooMoo Milk ...................................................... $500  |
|                                                                           |
|                                                                           |
|===========================================================================|
|                          After buying all items.                          |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Item Name ........................................................ Cost  |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Ultra Ball ..................................................... $1,200  |
|  Repeat Ball .................................................... $1,000  |
|  Timer Ball ..................................................... $1,000  |
|  Lemonade ......................................................... $350  |
|  Soda Pop ......................................................... $300  |
|  Fresh Water ...................................................... $200  |
|  MooMoo Milk ...................................................... $500  |
|  Lava Cookie ...................................................... $200  |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Finish up any business you have left here and sail on over to Three Island.

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                                 Three Island
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|  Three Island PokéMart  \
|__________________________\________________________________________________
|  Item Name ........................................................ Cost  |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Ultra Ball ..................................................... $1,200  |
|  Hyper Potion ................................................... $1,200  |
|  Revive ......................................................... $1,500  |
|  Full Heal ........................................................ $600  |
|  Escape Rope ...................................................... $550  |
|  Max Repel ........................................................ $700  |
|___________________________________________________________________________|
 _______________________________________
|  Three Island Encounter/Trainer Data  \
|________________________________________\__________________________________
|   Pokémon Species   |       Pokémon Type       |    Rarity    |  Version  |
|---------------------+--------------------------+--------------+-----------|
|  Dunsparce          |  Normal                  |  Guaranteed  |   Both    |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Koffing Lv. 37, Grimer Lv. 37                         |
|                     Koffing Lv. 38                                        |
|                     Grimer Lv. 38                                         |
|                     Weezing Lv. 39, Muk Lv. 39                            |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Once you arrive, you can use the PC again for Pokémon storage. Guess Bill and
Celio fixed things.

Okay, at the port, go inside, if you've beaten the Elite Four. There, you'll
find a guy inside. Speak with him to get a Nugget. Examine the rock at the end
of the path before the stairs to get another Nugget. Easiest. $10,000. Ever.

You might want to heal up, depending on when you arrived here. Try to leave
heading north to encounter a bike gang. 6 Pokémon in a row, four total battles.
Meh.

After defeating number four, the Cue Ball, the gang leaves. You are told by the
peopel being harassed earlier that Lostelle went to Bond Bridge. You also get a
Full Restore.

Go further north to the PokéMart. At the northern part of town, Cut down a tree
in the vicinity and go along the path to find a Zinc, and a PP Up by using the
Itemfinder.

Head on over to Bond Bridge now.

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                          Bond Bridge (Three Island)
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|   Pokémon Species   |       Pokémon Type       |    Rarity    |  Version  |
|---------------------+--------------------------+--------------+-----------|
|  Venonat            |  Bug/Poison              |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Venomoth           |  Bug/Poison              |  Uncommon    |   Both    |
|  Meowth             |  Normal                  |  Uncommon    |   Both    |
|  Persian            |  Normal                  |  Rare        |   Both    |
|  Pidgey             |  Normal/Flying           |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Pidgeotto          |  Normal/Flying           |  Uncommon    |   Both    |
|  Oddish             |  Grass/Poison            |  Uncommon    |    FR     |
|  Gloom              |  Grass/Poison            |  Rare        |    FR     |
|  Psyduck            |  Water/Psychic           |  Uncommon    |    FR     |
|  Bellsprout         |  Grass/Poison            |  Uncommon    |    LG     |
|  Weepinbell         |  Grass/Poison            |  Rare        |    LG     |
|  Slowpoke           |  Water/Psychic           |  Uncommon    |    LG     |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Clefairy Lv. 37 (x2)                                  |
|                     Bulbasaur Lv. 36, Ivysaur Lv. 37 (x2)                 |
|                     Staryu Lv. 34 (x2), Krabby Lv. 34 (x2)                |
|                     Bellsprout Lv. 37, Weepinbell Lv. 37                  |
|                     Poliwag Lv. 34 (x2), Poliwhirl Lv. 35                 |
|                     Kingler Lv. 38                                        |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Pretty linear path, eh? Little to mention other than that, after finishing off
Joy and Meg in the double battle, you can examine a nearby rock to find a Max
Repel.

Anyhow, head into the Berry Forest when ready.

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                         Berry Forest (Three Island)
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|   Pokémon Species   |       Pokémon Type       |    Rarity    |  Version  |
|---------------------+--------------------------+--------------+-----------|
|  Venonat            |  Bug/Poison              |  Rare        |   Both    |
|  Venomoth           |  Bug/Poison              |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Drowzee            |  Psychic                 |  Rare        |   Both    |
|  Hypno              |  Psychic                 |  Rare        |   Both    |
|  Pidgey             |  Normal/Flying           |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Pidgeotto          |  Normal/Flying           |  Uncommon    |   Both    |
|  Exeggcute          |  Grass/Psychic           |  Uncommon    |   Both    |
|  Oddish             |  Grass/Poison            |  Uncommon    |    FR     |
|  Gloom              |  Grass/Poison            |  Rare        |    FR     |
|  Psyduck            |  Water/Psychic           |  Rare        |    FR     |
|  Bellsprout         |  Grass/Poison            |  Rare        |    LG     |
|  Weepinbell         |  Grass/Poison            |  Common      |    LG     |
|  Slowpoke           |  Water/Psychic           |  Uncommon    |    LG     |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: None.                                                 |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Okay, when you enter, follow the path to the northwest. When you reach the Cut
tree, stand to the left of it, go two tiles west, two tiles south, three more
west, and press A to find a Razz Berry.

Then stand to the left of this Cut tree and head due north until you are one
tile south of it. Press A for an Oran Berry.

Then Cut the tree, go south to the ledge, loop AROUND the trees and stand next
to the small Cut tree nearest the ledge. Take one step east, two south, and
press A to find a Persim Berry.

Stand next to the small tree above the one nearest the ledge. Go seven tiles
north and one west. Press A to find a Pinap Berry.

In the northeasternmost corner, you'll find a Chesto Berry by using the
Itemfinder.

Jump the ledge here, go west, loop around and continue along the path to
anotehr Cut tree. Stand next to it, take five steps east, face north, and press
A to find an Aspear Berry.

Return to and Cut down the tree. Grab the Max Ether nearby.

A tree is directly below the aforementioned Max Ether. Stand below the tree,
go three tiles south and two west, then press A to find a Bluk Berry.

Continue southward to a rectangular pond. Stand in the southwestern corner,
go two tiles east, face north, and press A to find a Wepear Berry.

From the Wepear Berry, go three tiles east, one north, and press A to find a
Cheri Berry.

Then head east until you bump into some trees. Stand in the corner and examine
the tile to your northwest to find a Nanab Berry.

Continue along the path some more to find a patch of water below you. Surf
across and cut all of the trees there for a Max Elixir.

Return to the main path, go below the sign, take one step southward, press A,
and grab the Pecha Berry.

Then continue along the path to find Lostelle. She'll be found standing scared
of a Hypno. She spots it coming and the Lv. 30 Hypno battles you.

After the battle, you are given an Iapapa Berry. You then return to Two Island.

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                                  Two Island
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|  Two Island PokéMart  \
|________________________\__________________________________________________
|  Item Name ........................................................ Cost  |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Great Ball ....................................................... $600  |
|  Fresh Water ...................................................... $200  |
|                                                                           |
|                                                                           |
|===========================================================================|
|                           After saving Lostelle.                          |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Item Name ........................................................ Cost  |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Ultra Ball ..................................................... $1,200  |
|  Great Ball ....................................................... $600  |
|  Soda Pop ......................................................... $300  |
|  Fresh Water ...................................................... $200  |
|                                                                           |
|                                                                           |
|===========================================================================|
|                  After defeating the Elite Four one time.                 |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Item Name ........................................................ Cost  |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Ultra Ball ..................................................... $1,200  |
|  Great Ball ....................................................... $600  |
|  Lemonade ......................................................... $350  |
|  Soda Pop ......................................................... $300  |
|  Fresh Water ...................................................... $200  |
|  MooMoo Milk ...................................................... $500  |
|                                                                           |
|                                                                           |
|===========================================================================|
|                          After buying all items.                          |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Item Name ........................................................ Cost  |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Ultra Ball ..................................................... $1,200  |
|  Repeat Ball .................................................... $1,000  |
|  Timer Ball ..................................................... $1,000  |
|  Lemonade ......................................................... $350  |
|  Soda Pop ......................................................... $300  |
|  Fresh Water ...................................................... $200  |
|  MooMoo Milk ...................................................... $500  |
|  Lava Cookie ...................................................... $200  |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Back at Lostelle's home, speak with her father to deliver the Meteorite as
Bill desired. You are rewarded with a Moon Stone.

Finish up any business here, then Fly to One Island.

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                                  One Island
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Head into the Pokémon Net Center and you'll be taken back to Cinnabar Island.

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                               Cinnabar Island
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|  Cinnabar PokéMart  \
|______________________\____________________________________________________
|  Item Name ........................................................ Cost  |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Ultra Ball ..................................................... $1,200  |
|  Great Ball ....................................................... $600  |
|  Hyper Potion ................................................... $1,200  |
|  Revive ......................................................... $1,500  |
|  Full Heal ........................................................ $600  |
|  Escape Rope ...................................................... $550  |
|  Max Repel ........................................................ $700  |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Halfway done with the Sevii Islands, it seems. You can now go straight to One,
Two, and Three Islands from Vermilion City's harbor. You can also play Pokémon
Jump and Dodrio Berry-Picking on Two Island when playing with the Wireless
Adapter (I never bothered to check via GBA Link Cable) with at least one more
person who has also rescued Lostelle.

Anyhow, sail back to the Sevii Islands when you can and head on over to Four
Island.

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                                 Four Island
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|  Four Island PokéMart  \
|_________________________\_________________________________________________
|  Item Name ........................................................ Cost  |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Ultra Ball ..................................................... $1,200  |
|  Full Restore ................................................... $3,000  |
|  Max Potion ..................................................... $1,200  |
|  Revive ......................................................... $1,500  |
|  Ice Heal ......................................................... $250  |
|  Full Heal ........................................................ $600  |
|  Escape Rope ...................................................... $550  |
|  Max Repel ........................................................ $700  |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Once you arrive, you'll find your rival. FIGHT!

Not. v_v  Instead, he's leaving because he's found a Pokémon Egg. He also
mentions that there is a person you both know that is here.

First things first, though. Go to the western coast and smash the rocks there
to find a Star Piece.

Go to the Pokémon Center and heal up if you need to. Then head north to find
the Day-Care. This one, unlike the one on Route 5, will allow you to bring in
two Pokémon. Therefore, you can make Pokémon have Eggs. This is a complex
sidequest in terms of mastery - I think some of the FAQs on GameFAQs cover it.

Anyhow, go into the house east of the Day-Care to find two guys. The left one
can teach your Pokémon Body Slam, a decently-powerful Normal move with a 30%
chance of Paralyzing.

Go find Lorelei's house in town, then go to the side of it. Surf north to find
a Stardust, and further along, you'll be able to find Icefall Cave.

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                          Icefall Cave (Four Island)
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|   Pokémon Species   |       Pokémon Type       |    Rarity    |  Version  |
|---------------------+--------------------------+--------------+-----------|
|  Zubat              |  Poison/Flying           |  Uncommon    |   Both    |
|  Golbat             |  Poison/Flying           |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Swinub             |  Ground/Ice              |  Uncommon    |   Both    |
|  Seel               |  Water                   |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Dewgong            |  Water/Ice               |  Rare        |   Both    |
|  Lapras             |  Water/Ice               |  Rare        |   Both    |
|  Shellder           |  Water                   |  Uncommon    |    FR     |
|  Delibird           |  Ice/Flying              |  Rare        |    FR     |
|  Staryu             |  Water/Psychic           |  Uncommon    |    LG     |
|  Sneasel            |  Dark/Ice                |  Rare        |    LG     |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Zubat Lv. 38 (x2), Golbat Lv. 38                      |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Surf into the cave. Step over the ice to cause it to crack. Do so again and
you will fall in. You'll want to avoid this mostly. I think is something like
a certain Gym in Hoenn...

Anyhow, stand on the east side and step over the ice. Pick up the Ultra Ball
and advance using the solid ice.

You'll then have two choices of tiles to step on. Fall through the top ice and
go up the ladder, then go through the top ice tile. Go down and right to find
the Nevermeltice. Return to and ascend the ladder. This time, go through the
bottom hole. You'll slide on the ice until hitting a wall. Go up, right, down,
left, down to get off of the ice. Go around the ladder to find a Full Restore,
then up this ladder. There is HM07, Waterfall!

Jump the ledge and go out the door. Teach someone to use it -- often, you can
teach a Surfer, like Lapras or Dewgong.

Anyhow, go up the waterfall and down the staircase. You'll find the door above
you. DON'T JUMP THE LEDGE. Go up a bit to find Lorelei fighting off some
poachers. Defeat the Trainer she leaves you with.

Should've known Team Rocket had something to do with this...

After the battle, Lorelei "convinces" the poachers to disclose where they have
been taking the stolen Pokémon. Seems like it is in the Rocket Warehouse on
Five Island.

We'll need to leave it for now. Exit the Icefall Cave.

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                                 Four Island
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 ________________________
|  Four Island PokéMart  \
|_________________________\_________________________________________________
|  Item Name ........................................................ Cost  |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Ultra Ball ..................................................... $1,200  |
|  Full Restore ................................................... $3,000  |
|  Max Potion ..................................................... $1,200  |
|  Revive ......................................................... $1,500  |
|  Ice Heal ......................................................... $250  |
|  Full Heal ........................................................ $600  |
|  Escape Rope ...................................................... $550  |
|  Max Repel ........................................................ $700  |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Head on over to Six Island.

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                                  Six Island
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|  Six Island PokéMart  \
|________________________\__________________________________________________
|  Item Name ........................................................ Cost  |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Ultra Ball ..................................................... $1,200  |
|  Full Restore ................................................... $3,000  |
|  Max Potion ..................................................... $1,200  |
|  Revive ......................................................... $1,500  |
|  Full Heal ........................................................ $600  |
|  Escape Rope ...................................................... $550  |
|  Max Repel ........................................................ $700  |
|  Dream Mail ........................................................ $50  |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Enter the Pokémon Center to find your rival, as always, one step ahead of you.
He'll ask about your Pokédex. He then comes to an amazing conclusion - you
cannot complete the Pokédex without Pokémon from far away... 'Tis true -- to
finish off the Pokédex, you'll need a lot of Pokémon games: FireRed, LeafGreen,
Ruby, Sapphire, Emerald... the list goes on. Nintendo, always trying to make a
few extra bucks... >_<

Anyhow, your rival leaves and heads back home to Pallet Town.

Let's exit east, onto the Water Path.

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                           Water Path (Six Island)
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|   Pokémon Species   |       Pokémon Type       |    Rarity    |  Version  |
|---------------------+--------------------------+--------------+-----------|
|  Spearow            |  Normal/Flying           |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Fearow             |  Normal/Flying           |  Uncommon    |   Both    |
|  Oddish             |  Grass/Poison            |  Uncommon    |    FR     |
|  Gloom              |  Grass/Poison            |  Rare        |    FR     |
|  Psyduck            |  Water/Psychic           |  Rare        |    FR     |
|  Bellsprout         |  Grass/Poison            |  Rare        |    LG     |
|  Weepinbell         |  Grass/Poison            |  Common      |    LG     |
|  Slowpoke           |  Water/Psychic           |  Uncommon    |    LG     |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Voltorb Lv. 46 (x2), Electrode Lv. 49, Mr. Mime Lv. 48|
|                     Chinchou Lv. 49, Lanturn Lv. 49                       |
|                     Gyarados Lv. 50                                       |
|                     Pikachu Lv. 50 (x2)                                   |
|                     Sunkern Lv. 49, Sunflora Lv. 49                       |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Okay, first off, we are going to Altering Cave. From the Juggler, let's head
northward. You'll find two Swimmers to battle. After this, get on land and do
a double battle, with another battle to the north.

You'll find a Heracross fan in the house nearby. Stand behind the house in
line with the door. Go two tiles west and one north. Press A to find an Oran
Berry. Go northeast from here while Surfing to find an Elixir.

Continue west into the Pattern Bush when you're ready.

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|   Pokémon Species   |       Pokémon Type       |    Rarity    |  Version  |
|---------------------+--------------------------+--------------+-----------|
|  Caterpie           |  Bug                     |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Metapod            |  Bug                     |  Uncommon    |   Both    |
|  Weedle             |  Bug/Poison              |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Kakuna             |  Bug/Poison              |  Uncommon    |   Both    |
|  Spinarak           |  Bug/Poison              |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Ledyba             |  Bug/Flying              |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Heracross          |  Bug/Fighting            |  Rare        |   Both    |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Farfetch'd Lv. 48 (x2)                                |
|                     Heracross Lv. 49                                      |
|                     Chansey Lv. 50                                        |
|                     Snubbull Lv. 49                                       |
|                     Venonat Lv. 48, Venomoth Lv. 48                       |
|                     Weepinbell Lv. 47 (x2), Victreebel Lv. 49             |
|                     Sandslash Lv. 48 (x2), Onix Lv. 48                    |
|                     Paras Lv. 48 (x2), Parasect Lv. 48                    |
|                     2 Yanma - Lv. 45 and 46; 2 Beedrill - Lv. 45 and 47   |
|                     Clefairy Lv. 48 (x2), Clefable Lv. 48                 |
|                     2 Hoppip - Lv. 46 and 47; 2 Skiploom - Lv. 47 and 48  |
|                     Pinsir Lv. 49, Heracross Lv. 50                       |
|                     Natu Lv. 48, Kadabra Lv. 49, Slowbro Lv. 48           |
|                     Marill Lv. 50                                         |
|                     Poliwhirl Lv. 50, Starmie Lv. 50                      |
|                     Kingler Lv. 49, Wartortle Lv. 49                      |
|                     Qwilfish Lv. 49 (x2)                                  |
|                     Muk Lv. 48, Raticate Lv. 48, Golbat Lv. 48            |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Oooohhhh.... ****.

After the initial Youngster battle, you'll find some Trainers. Through the
Pinsir/Heracross battle above, they are in this general area from right to
left.

Once you finish the hellish series, we got some more to do. Leave to the south.
Surf westward to fight a Psychic. Then go north to Outcast Island for another
two battles. Further north is a Swimmer.

East of the aforementioned Swimmer (Mymo), you'll find a PP Up and a Fisherman.
Head west to find a Grunt. Defeat him and head into Altering Cave.

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|   Pokémon Species   |       Pokémon Type       |    Rarity    |  Version  |
|---------------------+--------------------------+--------------+-----------|
|  Zubat              |  Poison/Flying           |  Guaranteed  |   Both    |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: None.                                                 |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Upon entering, you may be confused. Yes, this is all Zubat. Nothing else.

But the TRUE surprise is hidden within the game's code. After extensive
hacking, it has been revealed that Zubat is not the only Pokémon in here. In
fact, there are some Pokémon (ie. Smeargle) listed in the game code as they
should appear here. Some of these Pokémon can be found NOWHERE ELSE in this
game.

What happened? Well, my theory is that Nintendo planned on slowly releasing
patches to this through Nintendo Events, similarly to how they distribute the
legendary Pokémon like Deoxys nowadays. Nintendo never got around to it. In
fact, this feature wasn't even implemented in the following seven mainstream
games (Diamond, Pearl, Platinum, HeartGold, SoulSilver, Black, White) (AT LEAST
THOSE) after FR/LG.

Hm. Leave and Fly to Six Island.

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                                  Six Island
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|  Six Island PokéMart  \
|________________________\__________________________________________________
|  Item Name ........................................................ Cost  |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Ultra Ball ..................................................... $1,200  |
|  Full Restore ................................................... $3,000  |
|  Max Potion ..................................................... $1,200  |
|  Revive ......................................................... $1,500  |
|  Full Heal ........................................................ $600  |
|  Escape Rope ...................................................... $550  |
|  Max Repel ........................................................ $700  |
|  Dream Mail ........................................................ $50  |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Exit back east to the Water Path.

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|   Pokémon Species   |       Pokémon Type       |    Rarity    |  Version  |
|---------------------+--------------------------+--------------+-----------|
|  Spearow            |  Normal/Flying           |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Fearow             |  Normal/Flying           |  Uncommon    |   Both    |
|  Oddish             |  Grass/Poison            |  Uncommon    |    FR     |
|  Gloom              |  Grass/Poison            |  Rare        |    FR     |
|  Psyduck            |  Water/Psychic           |  Rare        |    FR     |
|  Bellsprout         |  Grass/Poison            |  Rare        |    LG     |
|  Weepinbell         |  Grass/Poison            |  Common      |    LG     |
|  Slowpoke           |  Water/Psychic           |  Uncommon    |    LG     |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Voltorb Lv. 46 (x2), Electrode Lv. 49, Mr. Mime Lv. 48|
|                     Chinchou Lv. 49, Lanturn Lv. 49                       |
|                     Gyarados Lv. 50                                       |
|                     Pikachu Lv. 50 (x2)                                   |
|                     Sunkern Lv. 49, Sunflora Lv. 49                       |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Okay, continue eastward to Edward and head south.

You'll soon find some grass with a dark patch in the middle of it. Examine it
to find a Pinap Berry.

Further along, you'll find some stairs and another dark patch. Examine this
one to find an Aspear Berry. Continue along to the Ruin Valley.

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|   Pokémon Species   |       Pokémon Type       |    Rarity    |  Version  |
|---------------------+--------------------------+--------------+-----------|
|  Meowth             |  Normal                  |  Rare        |   Both    |
|  Spearow            |  Normal/Flying           |  Uncommon    |   Both    |
|  Fearow             |  Normal/Flying           |  Uncommon    |   Both    |
|  Sentret            |  Normal                  |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Wobbuffet          |  Psychic                 |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Yanma              |  Bug/Flying              |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Natu               |  Psychic/Flying          |  Common      |   Both    |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Onix Lv. 49, Machoke Lv. 49                           |
|                     Sudowoodo Lv. 50                                      |
|                     Rhyhorn Lv. 49, Kangaskhan Lv. 49                     |
|                     Graveler Lv. 48 (x2), Onix Lv. 48                     |
|                     Golem Lv. 50                                          |
|                     Machoke Lv. 49 (x2)                                   |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

You'll soon encounter a Hiker. Further along, go west. You will soon come to
some stairs; go up for another Hiker battle. Get the Full Restore from behind
the boulder.

Backtrack to find that the path branches. On the left side, you'll find an HP
Up guarded by some Strength boulders. Go there, move them, grab the HP Up,
and return to take the right path. It is quite linear.

After four battles, you'll eventually come to a door when you go left. It has a
Braille inscription reading...

                                      CUT

Use Cut here to enter the Dotted Hole.

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                           Dotted Hole (Six Island)
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|   Pokémon Species   |       Pokémon Type       |    Rarity    |  Version  |
|---------------------+--------------------------+--------------+-----------|
|  Zubat              |  Poison/Flying           |  Guaranteed  |   Both    |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: None.                                                 |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Fall down the hole to find four holes. You'll need to take the correct hole to
proceed forward. Much like its relative, the Lost Cave, if you mess up, you
return to the beginning. Okay, here's the order:

- Top
- Left
- Right
- Bottom

(Oddly, if you put four dots like that and connect them as such, it makes a
 pseudo-lightning bolt.)

Anyhow, you'll find a room with a Sapphire and a Braille inscription reading...

                                  LET THE TWO
                                  GLITTERING
                                    STONES
                                  ONE IS RED
                                  ONE IS BLUE
                                  CONNECT THE
                                     PAST.
                                  TWO FRIENDS
                                    SHARING
                                  POWER OPEN
                                  A WINDOW TO
                                  A NEW WORLD
                                  THAT GLOWS.
                                   THE NEXT
                                  WORLD WAITS
                                   FOR YOU.

Examine the Sapphire and a Rocket Scientists will drop in and swipe from you.
He'll also tell you the second password to the Rocket Warehouse.

                             "Yes, nah, Chansey."

Yay, more palindromes!

Exit the cave and head on over to Five Island.
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|   Pokémon Species   |       Pokémon Type       |    Rarity    |  Version  |
|---------------------+--------------------------+--------------+-----------|
|  Incomplete, the data is.                                                 |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Pikachu Lv. 48, Marill Lv. 48, Clefairy Lv. 48        |
|                     Smeargle Lv. 50                                       |
|                     Hoppip Lv. 48, Skiploom Lv. 50                        |
|                     Raticate Lv. 48, Pidgeotto Lv. 48                     |
|                     Smeargle Lv. 50                                       |
|                     Mareep Lv. 47, Mareep Lv. 48, Flaaffy Lv. 49          |
|                     Smeargle Lv. 50                                       |
|                     Poliwhirl Lv. 48, Tentacool Lv. 48, Tentacruel Lv. 48 |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Let's head along the western coast, shall we? Surf western when you hit the
Water Labyrinth. You'll soon find a spot of land. Get on there to find an old
guy and a Pokémon Breeder. Defeat her, then speak with the old man to get an
Egg that hatches into Togepi, but only if you have a lead Pokémon liking you
and an empty spot in your party.

Go back east, then north to Resort Gorgeous. Defeat the six Trainers there to
earn about $80,000 ($160,000-ish with the Amulet Coin!). Go eastward to the
water again, defeat the Swimmer in the water, then go into the cave.

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                           Lost Cave (Five Island)
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|   Pokémon Species   |       Pokémon Type       |    Rarity    |  Version  |
|---------------------+--------------------------+--------------+-----------|
|  Zubat              |  Poison/Flying           |  Uncommon    |   Both    |
|  Golbat             |  Poison/Flying           |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Ghastly            |  Ghost/Poison            |  Rare        |   Both    |
|  Haunter            |  Ghost/Poison            |  Rare        |   Both    |
|  Murkrow            |  Dark/Flying             |  Rare        |    FR     |
|  Misdreavus         |  Ghost                   |  Rare        |    LG     |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Onix Lv.  47, Graveler Lv. 48, Marowak Lv. 49         |
|                     Natu Lv. 48 (x2), Xatu Lv. 49                         |
|                     Persian Lv. 49 (x2)                                   |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Go down the ladder nearby, then defeat the Ruin Maniac nearby.

Now, this dungeon can be quite confusing because, by taking a wrong turn, you
end up back at the start. Unless stated otherwise, start from the room in which
you are at by following the previous step.

~ Go east and south to find a Lax Incense.
~ From the entrance, go east, north, south, east to find a Sea Incense.
~ Go east, north, south to find a battle.
~ Go south, east, east to find a Max Revive.
~ Return to Laura's room, go south, east, west, south, and east to find a heal
  room. You'll also find the Lady Selphy (Squaresoft rip-off, anyone?), who
  will battle you.

You'll then return to her house.

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                     Five Island (main - Fly destination)
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|   Pokémon Species   |       Pokémon Type       |    Rarity    |  Version  |
|---------------------+--------------------------+--------------+-----------|
|  Incomplete, the data is.                                                 |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Pikachu Lv. 48, Marill Lv. 48, Clefairy Lv. 48        |
|                     Smeargle Lv. 50                                       |
|                     Hoppip Lv. 48, Skiploom Lv. 50                        |
|                     Raticate Lv. 48, Pidgeotto Lv. 48                     |
|                     Smeargle Lv. 50                                       |
|                     Mareep Lv. 47, Mareep Lv. 48, Flaaffy Lv. 49          |
|                     Smeargle Lv. 50                                       |
|                     Poliwhirl Lv. 48, Tentacool Lv. 48, Tentacruel Lv. 48 |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Erm...

After rescuing Selphy, re-enter her house. She'll ask you to show her a Pokémon
(any shown as "seen" or "caught" in the Pokédex are fair game). You'll have a
limited amount of time, which has been undetermined as of yet. Show her what
she want to receive one of these items: Pearl, Big Pearl, Star Piece, Stardust,
Luxury Ball, or a Nugget.

Anyhow, Fly back to Five Island (just do it) and leave east to the Meadow.

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                             Meadow (Five Island)
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|   Pokémon Species   |       Pokémon Type       |    Rarity    |  Version  |
|---------------------+--------------------------+--------------+-----------|
|  Pidgey             |  Normal/Flying           |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Pidgeotto          |  Normal/Flying           |  Uncommon    |   Both    |
|  Meowth             |  Normal                  |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Persian            |  Normal                  |  Uncommon    |   Both    |
|  Sentret            |  Normal                  |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Hoppip             |  Grass/Flying            |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Psyduck            |  Water/Psychic           |  Rare        |    FR     |
|  Slowpoke           |  Water/Psychic           |  Rare        |    LG     |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Rattata Lv. 48, Grimer Lv. 48, Muk Lv. 48             |
|                     Ekans Lv. 48, Gloom Lv. 48 (x2)                       |
|                     Pidgey Lv. 47, Pidgeotto Lv. 49                       |
|                     Spearow Lv. 47, Fearow Lv. 49                         |
|                     Hoothoot Lv. 47, Noctowl Lv. 49                       |
|                     Koffing Lv. 49, Weezing Lv. 49                        |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Cut down the Cut tree nearby and grab the Max Potion. Go along the path to
find two Team Rocket Grunts.

Continue forward to the water. Surf eastward when you get there.
Continue along to the Memorial Pillar, where all you can find are Hoppip. =(

Find the Bird Keeper nearby, Milo. Defeat him, then go to the
northeastern corner. Go two tiles south and press A to find a Razz Berry. Then
find Bird Keeper Chaz. Step on the tile to his south (if he didn't move),
go four tiles south, two east, and press A to find a Sitrus Berry. Then go one
tile east, three south, two west, and press A to find a Bluk Berry. Then
find and defeat Bird Keeper Harold.

Surf south from there and go along the path. You'll soon come to a man and a
grave. Examine the grave by standing next to the man. If you place the Lemonade
next to the grave, you'll obtain TM42, Facade, a Normal-type move that doubles
in power when the user is Poisoned, Burned, or Paralyzed. Get the nearby item,
Metal Coat. This item, when held by Onix or Scyther during a trade, will turn
them into Steelix or Scizor, respectively.

Return to where Milo was and go to the mainland. Surf when possible and go
around the western side to find a PP Up. Return to the mainland and defeat the
Team Rocket Grunt further along.

You'll soon find the Rocket Warehouse. Time to enter the two passwords...

                              "Goldeen need log."
                             "Yes, nah, Chansey."

... and then enter.

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                     Team Rocket Warehouse (Five Island)
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|   Pokémon Species   |       Pokémon Type       |    Rarity    |  Version  |
|---------------------+--------------------------+--------------+-----------|
|  The data, incomplete it is.                                              |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Houndour Lv. 49 (x2)                                  |
|                     Machop Lv. 48 (x2), Machoke Lv. 48                    |
|                     Hypno Lv. 49 (x2)                                     |
|                     Muk Lv. 52, Arbok Lv. 53, Vileplume Lv. 54            |
|                     Golbat Lv. 53, Weezing Lv. 54, Houndoom Lv. 55        |
|  Same Trainer -+->  Voltorb Lv. 46, Electrode Lv. 46, Magnemite Lv. 46,   |
|                '->  Magneton Lv. 46, Porygon Lv. 46                       |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Remember the Viridian Gym? Here we go again!

Take the north-northeast arrow, then the left one. Grab the Up-Grade (the
evolution item for Porygon) and fight the Grunt. Step on the left arrow and go
straight north.

Defeat the Grunt, and step onto the southernmost of the westbound arrows. Go
along the path to find a Pearl. Return to the fight you just finished. Get on
the southbound arrow, then go west for a Big Pearl. Return to the second Grunt
fight AGAIN, then step on the middle arrow. Go around the arrows and head
northeast, around the Grunt. Go north and grab TM36, Sludge Bomb, then go south
to battle another Grunt.

Go northeast to find a Team Rocket Admin. After that battle, continue on to the
next Admin. Defeat him and he'll realize, by seeing the Earthbadge, that Team
Rocket has been disbanded. He vows to resurrect Team Rocket, then flees. Well,
I guess the question of "Who tried restarting Team Rocket?" in the Johto games
has been cleared up, eh?

Anyhow, let's go forward to the last battle, against the Scientist that stole
the Sapphire.  *cracks knuckles*  Deliver his package of pain. After losing, he
will hand over the Sapphire and let you go. Exit the building and Fly to One
Island.

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                                  One Island
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Head over to the building and speak with Celio. He'll install the Sapphire into
the machine, thereby permitting trade with the Hoenn games: Ruby, Sapphire, and
Emerald.

Okay, now you can redo the Elite Four at higher levels and go to Cerulean Cave
to find Mewtwo.

Time for the final section of the Sevii Islands walkthrough. Sail to Seven
Island.

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                                 Seven Island
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|  Seven Island PokéMart  \
|__________________________\________________________________________________
|  Item Name ........................................................ Cost  |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Ultra Ball ..................................................... $1,200  |
|  Great Ball ....................................................... $600  |
|  Full Restore ................................................... $3,000  |
|  Max Potion ..................................................... $2,500  |
|  Hyper Potion ................................................... $1,200  |
|  Revive ......................................................... $1,500  |
|  Full Heal ........................................................ $600  |
|  Escape Rope ...................................................... $550  |
|  Max Repel ........................................................ $700  |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

When you arrive, head into the house nearby to find a woman saying something
similar to that of the e-Reader guy in R/S. Sadly, that's all I know on the
matter.

Go to the bridge south of the main town to find a Move Tutor teaching Swords
Dance. Continue southward to find the Canyon Entrance.

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                        Canyon Entrance (Seven Island)
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|   Pokémon Species   |       Pokémon Type       |    Rarity    |  Version  |
|---------------------+--------------------------+--------------+-----------|
|  Spearow            |  Normal/Flying           |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Fearow             |  Normal/Flying           |  Uncommon    |   Both    |
|  Meowth             |  Normal                  |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Persian            |  Normal                  |  Uncommon    |   Both    |
|  Sentret            |  Normal                  |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Psyduck            |  Water/Psychic           |  Rare        |    FR     |
|  Slowpoke           |  Water/Psychic           |  Rare        |    LG     |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Bellossom Lv. 50 (x2)                                 |
|                     Voltorb Lv. 47 (x2), Pineco Lv. 47 (x2)               |
|                     Weepinbell Lv. 51, Victreebel Lv. 51                  |
|                     Gloom Lv. 51, Vileplume Lv. 51                        |
|                     Psyduck Lv. 50, Golduck Lv. 50                        |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

You'll find a battle as you go further south. When you reach the two Rangers
near each other, head west to find a Juggler. Return to beat the Rangers, with
a Young Couple to fight further south. Northeast of the Couple is a Rawst
Berry. Return to the Rangers and go east to find the Sevault Canyon.

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                        Sevault Canyon (Seven Island)
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|   Pokémon Species   |       Pokémon Type       |    Rarity    |  Version  |
|---------------------+--------------------------+--------------+-----------|
|  Fearow             |  Normal/Flying           |  Uncommon    |   Both    |
|  Meowth             |  Normal                  |  Uncommon    |   Both    |
|  Persian            |  Normal                  |  Rare        |   Both    |
|  Geodude            |  Rock/Ground             |  Uncommon    |   Both    |
|  Graveler           |  Rock/Ground             |  Rare        |   Both    |
|  Marowak            |  Ground                  |  Rare        |   Both    |
|  Phanpy             |  Ground                  |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Larvitar           |  Ground                  |  Uncommon    |   Both    |
|  Skarmory           |  Steel/Flying            |  Rare        |    FR     |
|  Onix               |  Rock/Ground             |  Rare        |   Both    |
|  Cubone             |  Ground                  |  Rare        |   Both    |
|  Sentret            |  Normal                  |  Common      |   Both    |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Miltank Lv. 52, Tauros Lv. 52                         |
|                     Sandslash Lv. 48, Lickitung Lv. 48, Ursaring Lv. 48   |
|                     Tangela Lv. 49, Exeggcute Lv. 49, Exeggutor Lv. 49    |
|                     Chansey Lv. 52                                        |
|                     Primeape Lv. 48, Machoke Lv. 48, Hitmontop Lv. 48     |
|  Same Trainer -+->  Rhydon Lv. 47, Slowbro Lv. 48, Ursaring Lv. 50,       |
|                '->  Kangaskhan Lv. 47, Machoke Lv. 48                     |
|  Same Trainer -+->  Persian Lv. 47, Dewgong Lv. 47, Ninetales Lv. 48,     |
|                '->  Rapidash Lv. 48, Girafarig Lv. 50                     |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Along the path to find a double battle. Finish it off and continue along to
find a cave. This place is Tanoby Key, and you'll need to finish a rock puzzle
to get access to the Unown-filled Tanoby Ruins. The object of it is simple:
push the boulders into the dents in the floor. These are not holes - you can
walk over them.

'Kay, let's do this.

Go around the four boulders at the beginning. Push the middle Strength boulder
straight up. Loop around and push one of the boulders next to the dent so it
is in the middle, under the first Strength boulder that was pushed. Push this
boulder up and all of the way to one side so that it will fall into a dent.
Repeat this process with the boulder across from the second one that was pushed
by you.

Then go between the four entrance boulders and push the bottom two off to the
side. Jump over the ledge and push the two of the them up into the dents. Push
one of the last two to the middle, and then up into a hole. Do the same with
the last one. You'll here a rumbling sound. Leave the cave.

Battle dead ahead! Finish it and grab the Max Elixir on the ground nearby. Go
further to find two Rangers and a Crush Girl to battle. Grab the nearby item to
find a King's Rock - you'll need to break a nearby rock, push the Strength
boulder two tiles east, break the rock above it, push the boulder south, break
the rock, and push the boulder two tiles east.

Further along is a Cooltrainer. Go into the house nearby to perform the Chansey
Dance by speaking with the guy inside. This will heal your Pokémon fully, just
like a Pokémon Center. Then grab the nearby Lucky Punch.

Leave the building and go along further to find a Cooltrainer and
the Tanoby Ruins...

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|                           Viapois Chamber (top)                           |
 >--------------------+--------------------------+--------------+----------<
|    Unown Species    |       Pokémon Type       |    Rarity    |  Version  |
|---------------------+--------------------------+--------------+-----------|
|  Z                  |  Psychic                 |  Common      |   Both    |
|  ?                  |  Psychic                 |  Rare        |   Both    |
|                     |                          |              |           |
|                     |                          |              |           |
 >--------------------+--------------------------+--------------+----------<
|                           Rixy Chamber (bottom)                           |
 >--------------------+--------------------------+--------------+----------<
|    Unown Species    |       Pokémon Type       |    Rarity    |  Version  |
|---------------------+--------------------------+--------------+-----------|
|  V                  |  Psychic                 |  Common      |   Both    |
|  W                  |  Psychic                 |  Uncommon    |   Both    |
|  X                  |  Psychic                 |  Uncommon    |   Both    |
|  M                  |  Psychic                 |  Rare        |   Both    |
|  B                  |  Psychic                 |  Rare        |   Both    |
|                     |                          |              |           |
|                     |                          |              |           |
 >--------------------+--------------------------+--------------+----------<
|                               Scufib Chamber                              |
 >--------------------+--------------------------+--------------+----------<
|    Unown Species    |       Pokémon Type       |    Rarity    |  Version  |
|---------------------+--------------------------+--------------+-----------|
|  Y                  |  Psychic                 |  Common      |   Both    |
|  K                  |  Psychic                 |  Uncommon    |   Both    |
|  F                  |  Psychic                 |  Uncommon    |   Both    |
|  G                  |  Psychic                 |  Rare        |   Both    |
|  T                  |  Psychic                 |  Rare        |   Both    |
|                     |                          |              |           |
|                     |                          |              |           |
 >--------------------+--------------------------+--------------+----------<
|                              Dilford Chamber                              |
 >--------------------+--------------------------+--------------+----------<
|    Unown Species    |       Pokémon Type       |    Rarity    |  Version  |
|---------------------+--------------------------+--------------+-----------|
|  P                  |  Psychic                 |  Common      |   Both    |
|  J                  |  Psychic                 |  Common      |   Both    |
|  L                  |  Psychic                 |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Q                  |  Psychic                 |  Uncommon    |   Both    |
|  R                  |  Psychic                 |  Rare        |   Both    |
|                     |                          |              |           |
|                     |                          |              |           |
 >--------------------+--------------------------+--------------+----------<
|                              Weepeth Chamber                              |
 >--------------------+--------------------------+--------------+----------<
|    Unown Species    |       Pokémon Type       |    Rarity    |  Version  |
|---------------------+--------------------------+--------------+-----------|
|  N                  |  Psychic                 |  Common      |   Both    |
|  S                  |  Psychic                 |  Uncommon    |   Both    |
|  I                  |  Psychic                 |  Rare        |   Both    |
|  E                  |  Psychic                 |  Rare        |   Both    |
|                     |                          |              |           |
|                     |                          |              |           |
 >--------------------+--------------------------+--------------+----------<
|                               Liptoo Chamber                              |
 >--------------------+--------------------------+--------------+----------<
|    Unown Species    |       Pokémon Type       |    Rarity    |  Version  |
|---------------------+--------------------------+--------------+-----------|
|  C                  |  Psychic                 |  Common      |   Both    |
|  H                  |  Psychic                 |  Uncommon    |   Both    |
|  D                  |  Psychic                 |  Uncommon    |   Both    |
|  U                  |  Psychic                 |  Rare        |   Both    |
|  O                  |  Psychic                 |  Rare        |   Both    |
|                     |                          |              |           |
|                     |                          |              |           |
 >--------------------+--------------------------+--------------+----------<
|                               Monean Chamber                              |
 >--------------------+--------------------------+--------------+----------<
|    Unown Species    |       Pokémon Type       |    Rarity    |  Version  |
|---------------------+--------------------------+--------------+-----------|
|  A                  |  Psychic                 |  Common      |   Both    |
|  !                  |  Psychic                 |  Rare        |   Both    |
|                     |                          |              |           |
|                     |                          |              |           |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Onix Lv. 50                                           |
|                     Smeargle Lv. 50                                       |
|                     Marowak Lv. 49, Golduck                               |
|                     Geodude Lv. 48, Graveler Lv. 48 (x2)                  |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

... Do what you need to.

And so, I have directed you through the main walkthrough all I possibly can.
You have explored all of Kanto and the Sevii Islands. Congratulations!


+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
++                                                                         ++
++     Section XI - Miscellaneous Stuff                    **FRLG411**     ++
++                                                                         ++
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

Flowchart:
`--> Catching Moltres
`--> Catching Articuno
`--> Catching Zapdos
`--> Catching Mewtwo
`--> Catching a Legendary Beast
`--> Rebattling the Elite Four

=============================================================================
                               Catching Moltres
=============================================================================

Once you restart the game after finishing the Elite Four, reload the game.

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After finishing off the Elite Four, you end up back in your house in Pallet
Town. Now is an okay time to start off the Sevii Islands. Fly to Cinnabar.

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|  Cinnabar PokéMart  \
|______________________\____________________________________________________
|  Item Name ........................................................ Cost  |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Ultra Ball ..................................................... $1,200  |
|  Great Ball ....................................................... $600  |
|  Hyper Potion ................................................... $1,200  |
|  Revive ......................................................... $1,500  |
|  Full Heal ........................................................ $600  |
|  Escape Rope ...................................................... $550  |
|  Max Repel ........................................................ $700  |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Okay, head into the Pokémon Center and interact with the PC. Get Pokémon that
can Cut, Surf, and use Strength. Speak with Bill and you'll end up at One
Island.

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When you arrive, Bill will take you over to the Pokémon Net Center where his
friend, Celio, is awaiting him. Celio will soon explain that his and Bill's
PC systems cannot yet link (ie. you cannot use the PC Pokémon Storage System).
Bill will ask you to take a Meteorite over to a guy on Two Island. Celio will
add One, Two, and Three Islands to your Town Map (and give you one if you never
got it before), then he'll give you the Tri-Pass to allow you to go between
them.

Before setting sail for Two Island, though, we want to do some things...

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|   Pokémon Species   |       Pokémon Type       |    Rarity    |  Version  |
|---------------------+--------------------------+--------------+-----------|
|  Tangela            |  Grass                   |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Fearow             |  Normal/Flying           |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Spearow            |  Normal/Flying           |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Persian            |  Normal                  |  Rare        |   Both    |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Seel Lv. 36 (x2), Dewgong Lv. 36                      |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Well, there IS a Trainer here. And some Pokémon.

There is also that you can use the Itemfinder to find some items here. You
can find Pearls, Stardust, and such.

Fly back to One Island.

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Leave heading east. You'll soon arrive at Kindle Road.

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|   Pokémon Species   |       Pokémon Type       |    Rarity    |  Version  |
|---------------------+--------------------------+--------------+-----------|
|  Meowth             |  Normal                  |  Uncommon    |   Both    |
|  Persian            |  Normal                  |  Rare        |   Both    |
|  Spearow            |  Normal/Flying           |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Fearow             |  Normal/Flying           |  Uncommon    |   Both    |
|  Geodude            |  Rock/Ground             |  Uncommon    |   Both    |
|  Graveler           |  Rock/Ground             |  Rare        |   Both    |
|  Ponyta             |  Fire                    |  Uncommon    |   Both    |
|  Rapidash           |  Fire                    |  Rare        |   Both    |
|  Psyduck            |  Water/Psychic           |  Uncommon    |    FR     |
|  Slowpoke           |  Water/Psychic           |  Rare        |    LG     |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Psyduck Lv. 35, Psyduck Lv. 36, Golduck Lv. 37        |
|                     Meowth Lv. 35 (x2), Clefairy Lv. 35, Pikachu Lv. 35   |
|                     Nidorino Lv. 36, Sandslash Lv. 36, Raticate Lv. 36    |
|                     Shellder Lv. 35, Wartortle Lv. 38, Cloyster Lv. 35    |
|                     Machoke Lv. 39, Primeape Lv. 39                       |
|                     Machop Lv. 38, Machoke Lv. 38                         |
|                     Machop Lv. 37, Machoke Lv. 37                         |
|                     Hitmonlee Lv. 38, Hitmonchan Lv. 38                   |
|                     Mankey Lv. 37, Primeape Lv. 37                        |
|                     Starmie Lv. 38                                        |
|                     Seadra Lv. 37 (x2)                                    |
|                     Goldeen Lv. 33 (x2), Seaking Lv. 35 (x3)              |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Surf east and north to find a Swimmer.

Continue onwards to the mainland. When you get there, Surf up the east side and
get the Max Repel. Return to the beginning and north.

You'll have six Trainer battles along the way. After the sixth one (after Black
Belt Hugh), you'll find the Ember Spa in the nearby cave. If you enter the hot
springs in there to get fully healed. (Reminded somewhat of Lavaridge Town
yet?) Speak with the old man on the north side between the waterfalls to get
HM06, Rock Smash, which helps smash all of those boulders you've been seeing
(not the pushable ones; those like the ones from the Rock Tunnel). 

Exit and backtrack to the three pseudo-vertical (remember, you have a birds-eye
view - it looks vertical TO YOU) rocks and smash them to get an Ether. Keep on
going south and upstairs to the plateau. Follow the path to two Rock Smash
rocks and a Carbos, and a Trainer.

Continue north past the Ember Spa and, four Trainers later, you'll be a short
distance from Mt. Ember.

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|   Pokémon Species   |       Pokémon Type       |    Rarity    |  Version  |
|---------------------+--------------------------+--------------+-----------|
|  Machop             |  Fighting                |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Machoke            |  Fighting                |  Rare        |   Both    |
|  Magmar             |  Fire                    |  Rare        |   Both    |
|  Slugma             |  Fire                    |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Geodude            |  Rock/Ground             |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Graveler           |  Rock/Ground             |  Rare        |   Both    |
|  Ponyta             |  Fire                    |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Rapidash           |  Fire                    |  Rare        |   Both    |
|  Moltres            |  Fire/Flying             |  One-Time    |   Both    |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Bellsprout Lv. 38, Gloom Lv. 38 (x2)                  |
|                     Hitmonchan Lv. 38 (x2)                                |
|                     Exeggcute Lv. 37, Exeggutor Lv. 37                    |
|                     Cubone Lv. 37, Marowak Lv. 37                         |
|                     Rattata, Raticate, Sandshrew, Sandslash; each Lv. 35  |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

When you enter, you'll find a man nearby. He is a Move Tutor that teaches the
suicidally-powerful Explosion. (User-KO = 200 Power, 300 on a Normal-type!) You
will also find two Team Rocket Grunts to the east -- IGNORE THEM FOR NOW, EVEN
IF YOU  HAVE  OBTAINED THE NATIONAL POKEDEX.

Go along to the first Strength boulder and push it only until you can pass,
then push the one to its west. Continue onwards to the Pokémon Ranger. Further
on are two staircases. Go to the boulderless one, battle the pacing Trainer,
go upstairs and east. Continue along to find a Dire Hit. Return to the stairs
and head west to find another Pokémon Ranger.

See that small alcove near the Ranger? Examine the last tile in there to find
an Ultra Ball.

After this, go along the very long and linear path through Mt. Ember. No
Trainers.

On the other side, go upstairs and west to find an Ultra Ball. If you want to
find a Fire Stone, break the rock next to the boulder, push the boulder,
break the rock, and push the boulders out of the way. Return to the main area
and head upstairs.

Push the eastern boulder northward, then the one that is next to it westward.
Push the rest out of the way to find... Moltres, the Legendary Fire Bird! I
guess you veterans of R/B/Y/G were wondering why I never mentioned Moltres
being in Victory Road, eh?
 ______________________________
|  Special Encounter: Moltres  \
|_______________________________\____________________________________________
|  Type : Fire/Flying.                                                       |
|  Level: Level 50.                                                          |
|  Moves: - Endure                                                           |
|         - Fire Spin                                                        |
|         - Agility                                                          |
|         - Flamethrower                                                     |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Moltres is weak to Rock (4x), Water, and Electric. It is immune to Ground |
|  moves. It resists Grass (1/4), Fighting, Bug (1/4), and Steel. It has a   |
|  move-based advantage over Grass, Ice, Bug, and Steel.                     |
|                                                                            |
|  There are a few ways to go about this. The main way would be simply to    |
|  lower Moltres's HP as much as possible, then bring about a non-damaging   |
|  status, such as Paralysis or Sleep. Shoot out an Ultra Ball afterwards.   |
|  That is all you CAN do. The only thing that could make it better would be |
|  using False Swipe, unless you get lucky with Endure.                      |
|____________________________________________________________________________|



=============================================================================
                              Catching Articuno
=============================================================================

Fly to Fuchsia.

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                                 Fuchsia City
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 ____________________
|  Fuchsia PokéMart  \
|_____________________\_____________________________________________________
|  Item Name ........................................................ Cost  |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Ultra Ball ..................................................... $1,200  |
|  Great Ball ....................................................... $600  |
|  Super Potion ..................................................... $700  |
|  Revive ......................................................... $1,500  |
|  Full Heal ........................................................ $600  |
|  Max Repel ........................................................ $700  |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Go south towards the sea.

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                         Route to the Seafoam Islands
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 ___________________________________________________________________________
|   Pokémon Species   |       Pokémon Type       |    Rarity    |  Version  |
|---------------------+--------------------------+--------------+-----------|
|  Data is incomplete.                                                      |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Tentacool Lv. 30, Shellder Lv. 30                     |
|                     Goldeen Lv. 29, Staryu Lv. 29, Horsea Lv. 29          |
|                     Horsea Lv. 30 (x2)                                    |
|                     Goldeen Lv. 29, Seaking Lv. 29, Shellder Lv. 29       |
|                     Horsea Lv. 27, Goldeen Lv. 27, Tentacool Lv. 27 (x2)  |
|                     Poluwag Lv. 30, Poliwhirl Lv. 30                      |
|                     Goldeen Lv. 30, Seaking Lv. 30                        |
|                     Poliwag Lv. 27 (x2), Goldeen Lv.27 (x2), Seaking Lv.27|
|  Same Trainer -+->  Tentacool Lv. 27 (x2), Tentacruel Lv. 27,             |
|                '->  Horsea Lv. 27, Staryu Lv. 27                          |
|                     Staryu Lv. 29 (x3)                                    |
|                     Goldeen Lv. 30, Seaking Lv. 30                        |
|                     Shellder Lv. 31, Cloyster Lv. 31                      |
|                     Horsea Lv. 28 (x3), Seadra Lv. 28                     |
|                     Seadra Lv. 30 (x2), Horsea Lv. 30                     |
|                     Seaking Lv. 35                                        |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Head south and jump the ledges. Finish off the two land Trainers, then Surf
onto the water.

This part of the Route is quite simple. Just Surf south, then west, to get to
the Seafoam Islands. Twelve battles based on Trainers (one is double) lie on
the water.

When you reach land, defeat the Swimmer outside of the cave. Then enter.

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                               Seafoam Islands
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 ___________________________________________________________________________
|   Pokémon Species   |       Pokémon Type       |    Rarity    |  Version  |
|---------------------+--------------------------+--------------+-----------|
|  Zubat              |  Poison/Flying           |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Golbat             |  Poison/Flying           |  Uncommon    |   Both    |
|  Seel               |  Water                   |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Dewgong            |  Water/Ice               |  Rare        |   Both    |
|  Psyduck            |  Water/Psychic           |  Uncommon    |    FR     |
|  Golduck            |  Water/Psychic           |  Uncommon    |    FR     |
|  Slowpoke           |  Water/Psychic           |  Uncommon    |    LG     |
|  Slowbro            |  Water/Psychic           |  Uncommon    |    LG     |
|  Articuno           |  Ice/Flying              |  One-Time    |   Both    |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: There are no Trainers here.                           |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

When you enter, go east and push the Strength boulder to the north and into
the hole. Return and go upstairs, grab the Ice Heal, and go along the path
heading east. Push the Strength boulder into the hole. Go down the ladder.

Push the boulder into the hole. Go up the ladder.

Head west and down the ladder.

Go east and upstairs. Grab the Revive and go past the ladder and downstairs.
Push the boulder into the hole. Go all of the way west and north. Go down the
ladder.

Go east and push the boulder into the hole. Go back up the ladder.

Go up the staircase to the east, then down that ladder.

Go east and down the stairs. Grab the Big Pearl and go up the ladder to the
right.

Grab the Water Stone and return to the previous floor.

Go down the left ladder.

Go east and follow the path. You'll find a boulder grouping. Two of them are
next to each other. Take the easternmost of these two and push it two tiles
northward. Push the western one a single tile south and one west. Go around the
one you just pushed and push the boulder two squares north of the hole all of
the way on the left. Push it into the hole. Take the only other pushable
boulder and move it two tiles west and one south (into the hole).

Return to the ladder on this floor and go north some. Go down that ladder.

Go south and pick up the Ultra Ball. Go north, then east, then up the ladder
twice.

Go south and push the boulder into the hole. Then fall into it yourself.

When you land in the water, take the western stairs and head south, which will
take you back to the boulder puzzle. Fall into one of the holes, then head
north to find the Legendary Frost Bird, Articuno!
 _______________________________
|  Special Encounter: Articuno  \
|________________________________\___________________________________________
|  Type : Ice/Flying.                                                        |
|  Level: Level 50.                                                          |
|  Moves: - Mist                                                             |
|         - Mind Reader                                                      |
|         - Agility                                                          |
|         - Ice Beam                                                         |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Articuno is weak to Fire, Rock (4x), Steel, Electric, and maybe Ice. It   |
|  will be immune to Ground, and have advantages (with Ice Beam) over the    |
|  Grass, Ground, and Flying types.                                          |
|                                                                            |
|  There are a few ways to go about this. The main way would be simply to    |
|  lower Articuno's HP as much as possible, then bring about a non-damaging  |
|  status, such as Paralysis or Sleep. Shoot out an Ultra Ball afterwards.   |
|  That is all you CAN do. The only thing that could make it better would be |
|  using False Swipe.                                                        |
|____________________________________________________________________________|



=============================================================================
                               Catching Zapdos
=============================================================================

After beating the Fuchsia Gym, you can do this. First, Fly to the
Pokémon Center near the Rock Tunnel.

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                                   Route 10
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 ___________________________________________________________________________
|   Pokémon Species   |       Pokémon Type       |    Rarity    |  Version  |
|---------------------+--------------------------+--------------+-----------|
|  Spearow            |  Normal/Flying           |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Voltorb            |  Electric                |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Rattata            |  Normal                  |  Uncommon    |   Both    |
|  Ekans              |  Poison                  |  Common      |    FR     |
|  Sandshrew          |  Ground                  |  Common      |    LG     |
|  Mankey             |  Fighting                |  Rare        |   Both    |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Pikachu Lv. 20, Clefairy Lv. 20                       |
|                     Rhyhorn Lv. 29, Lickitung Lv. 29                      |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Head north, past the grass, and Surf onto the river nearby, heading south.
Battle the Trainer, if you wish, then go into the Power Plant.

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|   Pokémon Species   |       Pokémon Type       |    Rarity    |  Version  |
|---------------------+--------------------------+--------------+-----------|
|  Pikachu            |  Electric                |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Voltorb            |  Electric                |  Common      |    FR     |
|  Voltorb            |  Electric                |  Uncommon    |    LG     |
|  Magnemite          |  Steel/Electric          |  Uncommon    |    FR     |
|  Magnemite          |  Steel/Electric          |  Common      |    LG     |
|  Magneton           |  Steel/Electric          |  Rare        |    FR     |
|  Magneton           |  Steel/Electric          |  Uncommon    |    LG     |
|  Electabuzz         |  Electric                |  Rare        |    FR     |
|  Electrode          |  Electric                |  Two-Times   |   Both    |
|  Zapdos             |  Electric/Flying         |  One-Time    |   Both    |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: None.                                                 |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

When you enter, head north to find an item - a Max Potion. Continue along the
path to find TM17 (Protect). Take the top path to find an Elixir, then return
to the main path, heading south. You'll find a Lv. 34 Electrode on the right.

Return to the fork and go east for another fork. The south path leads to TM25
(Thunder). Further along is a room on the north side with two items - a Lv. 34
Electrode (left), and a Thunderstone (right). Continue onwards and south to
find a small room, in which you can use the Itemfinder to find a Max Elixir.

Continue along the path to find Zapdos. Don't challenge it just yet - stand in
front of the machine's center, go one step away, face it, and press A to find
another Thunderstone. Now, save and challenge Zapdos.
 _____________________________
|  Special Encounter: Zapdos  \
|______________________________\_____________________________________________
|  Type : Electric/Flying.                                                   |
|  Level: Level 50.                                                          |
|  Moves: - Drill Peck                                                       |
|         - Detect                                                           |
|         - Agility                                                          |
|         - Thunder Wave                                                     |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Zapdos is weak to Ice and Rock. It is immune to Ground. It will resist    |
|  Grass, Flying, Fighting, Bug, and Steel. It's Drill Peck move will deal   |
|  extra damage to Fighting, Bug, and Grass Pokémon.                         |
|                                                                            |
|  There are a few ways to go about this. The main way would be simply to    |
|  lower Zapdos's HP as much as possible, then bring about a non-damaging    |
|  status, such as Paralysis or Sleep. Shoot out an Ultra Ball afterwards.   |
|  That is all you CAN do. The only thing that could make it better would be |
|  using False Swipe.                                                        |
|____________________________________________________________________________|



=============================================================================
                               Catching Mewtwo
=============================================================================

Firstly, you'll need to give Celio the Sapphire, which occurs during the Sevii
Islands quest. You'll also need Surf. Fly to Cerulean when both conditions are
met.

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                                Cerulean City
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 _____________________
|  Cerulean PokéMart  \
|______________________\____________________________________________________
|  Item Name ........................................................ Cost  |
|---------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Poké Ball ........................................................ $200  |
|  Super Potion ..................................................... $700  |
|  Potion ........................................................... $300  |
|  Antidote ......................................................... $100  |
|  Parlyz Heal ...................................................... $200  |
|  Burn Heal ........................................................ $250  |
|  Awakening ........................................................ $250  |
|  Escape Rope ...................................................... $550  |
|  Repel ............................................................ $350  |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Go north to Nugget Bridge.

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Head across the bridge, go west, then Surf onto the water. Continue along south
and west to find the cave. Go inside when ready.

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|   Pokémon Species   |       Pokémon Type       |    Rarity    |  Version  |
|---------------------+--------------------------+--------------+-----------|
|  Magneton           |  Steel/Electric          |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Primeape           |  Fighting                |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Parasect           |  Bug/Grass               |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Machoke            |  Fighting                |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Ditto              |  Normal                  |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Golbat             |  Poison/Flying           |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Kadabra            |  Psychic                 |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Wobbuffet          |  Psychic                 |  Common      |   Both    |
|  Electrode          |  Electric                |  Rare        |   Both    |
|  Mewtwo             |  Psychic                 |  One-Time    |   Both    |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: None.                                                 |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Okay, then. Go north and Surf towards the ladder. Go up it, follow the path,
and Rock Smash the two rocks to find a Full Restore. Return to the water and
begin Surfing again.

Continue southward to find a Full Restore. Go west, past the ladder, to find a
Nugget. Go south, up the ladder, break the rock, and grab the PP Up.

Head east and follow the path to a Max Elixir. Go up the ladder to the south
and break the rock to find an Ultra Ball. Go back down the ladder. Go around
the bend and ascend the ladder nearby.

You'll find a divergence. Take the path nearest the ladder and follow it to a
ladder. Descend this one, and the next one.

Follow the path eastward to a Max Revive. Go further to an Ultra Ball. Go
further to the water. Surf some and you'll find Mewtwo. Save and begin battle!
 _____________________________
|  Special Encounter: Mewtwo  \
|______________________________\_____________________________________________
|  Type : Psychic.                                                           |
|  Level: Level 70.                                                          |
|  Moves: - Psychic                                                          |
|         - Swift                                                            |
|         - Recover                                                          |
|         - Safeguard                                                        |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Mewtwo is weak to Dark, Ghost, and Bug. It resists Fighting, and maybe    |
|  Psychic. It lacks immunities. It can do super-effective damage to those   |
|  of the Fighting and Psychic types.                                        |
|                                                                            |
|  There are a few ways to go about this. The main way would be simply to    |
|  lower Mewtwo's HP as much as possible, then bring about a non-damaging    |
|  status, such as Paralysis or Sleep. Shoot out an Ultra Ball afterwards.   |
|  That is all you CAN do. The only thing that could make it better would be |
|  using False Swipe.                                                        |
|____________________________________________________________________________|



=============================================================================
                          Catching a Legendary Beast
=============================================================================

Once you have obtained the National Pokédex, one of the three Legendary Beasts
shall roam the Kanto region. Much like with these beasts in the Johto games and
Latias and Latios in the Hoenn games, they roam around and you MAY encounter
them when you and they are on the same route. The encounter is random. If I
recall correctly, when YOU switch locations (ie. Route 1 to Viridian City), the
roamer does, too.

However, you can only catch one per file, and it is based on your starter.
    
     O===================O===================O==========================O
     |  Starter Pokémon  |  Legendary Beast  |  Legendary Beast's Type  |
     O===================O===================O==========================O
     |  Bulbasaur        |  Entei            |  Fire                    |
     |  Charmander       |  Suicune          |  Water                   |
     |  Squirtle         |  Raikou           |  Electric                |
     O===================O===================O==========================O

Some notes:

- The Pokémon flees on its first turn. However, fleeing comes last in a turn.
- Try putting Paralysis or Sleep on the Pokémon. This ups your ability to
  catch it.
- Statuses and HP from one encounter carries over to the next.
- The Master Ball is best used here.
- If not that, just be patient. I remember a similar thing in Pokémon Black --
  it took me 40+ encounters just to catch Tornadus.
- IF EITHER ENTEI OR RAIKOU USE ROAR, YOU HAVE LOST THEM FOREVER!



=============================================================================
                          Rebattling the Elite Four
=============================================================================

You can do this after finishing off the Rocket Warehouse and obtaining the
Sapphire. Fly to the Indigo Plateau.

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
                                Indigo Plateau
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

~ Ninetales, Arcanine, or Moltres  	(Fire-type)
~ Pidgeot or Fearow           		(Flying-type)
~ Haunter or Gengar           		(Ghost-type)
~ Lapras or Articuno               	(Water/Ice-type)
~ Zapdos or another Electric type  	(Electric-type)
~ Your starter               	 	(Depends)

I WILL MAKE A LOT OF REFERENCES TO THIS TEAM IN THE RECOMMENDATIONS, BECAUSE I
AM QUITE SURE YOU HAVE THE ABILITY TO GAIN THESE BY NOW. MODIFY YOUR SPECIFIC
STRATEGY AS NEEDED. And, yeah, I know those aren't their REAL types; that is
just another way to refer to them. Try to have them be Lv. 70+. Bring along a
bunch of items, too.

Proceed inside when you want to.

Okay, first up is Lorelei, the frosty first member of the Elite Four.
 ____________________________
|  BOSS: Elite Four Lorelei  \
|_____________________________\______________________________________________
|  Pokémon: Dewgong (Ice/Water) Lv. 64                                       |
|           Piloswine (Ground/Ice) Lv. 63                                    |
|           Cloyster (Ice/Water) Lv. 63                                      |
|           Jynx (Ice/Psychic) Lv. 66                                        |
|           Lapras (Ice/Water) Lv. 66                                        |
|                                                                            |
|  Full Restores Available: 2                                                |
|  Money Earned: $6,600                                                      |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Dewgong is weak to Fighting, Rock, Grass, and Electric. It takes half-    |
|  and quarter-damage from Fire and Ice (respectively). It uses Surf (Water),|
|  Signal Beam (Bug), and Ice Beam (Ice).                                    |
|                                                                            |
|  Piloswine is weak to Water, Grass, Ice, Fighting, Rock, Fire, and Steel.  |
|  It is immune to Electric and cannot be Attracted. It can use Earthquake   |
|  (Ground), Double-Edge (Normal; recoils), Rock Slide (Rock), and Blizzard  |
|  (Ice; may freeze).                                                        |
|                                                                            |
|  Cloyster is weak to Grass, Electric, Rock, and Fighting. It will use      |
|  Surf (Water), Ice Beam (Ice), and Supersonic.                             |
|                                                                            |
|  Jynx is weak to Rock, Steel, Fire, Ghost, Bug, and Dark. It cannot be     |
|  Attracted. It can use Ice Beam (Ice), Psychic (Psychic-type move),        |
|  Attract, and Lovely Kiss (Sleep). Remember the Poké Flute if you get put  |
|  to Sleep!!                                                                |
|                                                                            |
|  Lapras is weak to Grass, Electric, Rock, and Fighting. It will absorb any |
|  Water-based damage. It can use Surf (Water), Ice Beam (Ice), Thunder      |
|  (Electric), and Psychic.                                                  |
|                                                                            |
|  Recommendations:                                                          |
|  ~ Electric-type -> Dewgong, Cloyster, Lapras                              |
|  ~ Fire-type -> Piloswine                                                  |
|  ~ Fire- (preferable) or Ghost-type -> Jynx                                |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

After winning, head on to Bruno's room.
 __________________________
|  BOSS: Elite Four Bruno  \
|___________________________\________________________________________________
|  Pokémon: Steelix (Lv. 65) Steel/Ground                                    |
|           Steelix (Lv. 66) Steel/Ground                                    |
|           Hitmonchan (Lv. 65) Fighting                                     |
|           Hitmonlee (Lv. 65) Fighting                                      |
|           Machamp (Lv. 68) Fighting                                        |
|                                                                            |
|  Full Restores Available: 2                                                |
|  Money Earned: $6,800                                                      |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Both Steelix are weak to Fighting, Fire, and Water (Ground = unknown).    |
|  They are also immune to both Electric and Poison. The Lv. 65 Steelix can  |
|  use Rock Tomb (Rock), Crunch (Dark), Earthquake (Ground), and Iron Tail   |
|  Steel). The Lv. 66 Steelix uses Dragonbreath rather than Rock Tomb.       |
|                                                                            |
|  Hitmonchan is weak to Flying and Psychic. It can use Mach Punch (Normal,  |
|  I think), Rock Slide (Rock), and Sky Uppercut (Fighting; hits when        |
|  Flying).                                                                  |
|                                                                            |
|  Hitmonlee is weak to Flying and Psychic; it cannot be Paralyzed. It can   |
|  use Earthquake (Ground), Mega Kick (Normal), Rock Slide (Rock), and can   |
|  use Foresight to hit Ghosts with Normal moves, I think.                   |
|                                                                            |
|  Machoke is weak to Psychic and Flying. It'll get extremely buffed up if   |
|  you Poison/Burn/Paralyze it -- double damage, in fact.  ._.;;   Anyhow,   |
|  it can use Rock Slide (Rock), Cross Chop (Fighting), Earthquake (Ground), |
|  and Brick Break (Fighting; bypasses Reflect and Light Screen).            |
|                                                                            |
|  Recommendations:                                                          |
|  ~ Water-type -> Steelix                                                   |
|  ~ Flying- or Ghost-type -> Everyone else                                  |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

Continue to the next room, where you'll find the ghastly Agatha. (I wonder why 
we end up referring to her as the Ghost user? More of her Pokémon are at least
part-Poison. :/ )
 ___________________________
|  BOSS: Elite Four Agatha  \
|____________________________\_______________________________________________
|  Pokémon: Gengar (Lv. 66) Ghost/Poison                                     |
|           Misdreavus (Lv. 65) Ghost                                        |
|           Crobat (Lv. 66) Poison/Flying                                    |
|           Arbok (Lv. 68) Poison                                            |
|           Gengar (Lv. 70) Ghost/Poison                                     |
|                                                                            |
|  Full Restores Available: 2                                                |
|  Money Earned: $7,000                                                      |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Both Gengar are weak to Ghost, Dark, and Psychic. They're immune to       |
|  Ground, Normal, and Fighting. The Lv. 66 one can use Shadow Ball (Ghost), |
|  Psychic, Hypnosis (Sleep), and Confuse Ray. The Lv. 70 Gengar can use     |
|  Shadow Ball (Ghost), Sludge Bomb (Poison), Psychic, and Thunderbolt.      |
|                                                                            |
|  Misdreavus is weak to Ghost and Dark. It is immune to Normal, Ground,     |
|  and Fighting. It can use Shadow Ball (Ghost), Psychic, Thunderbolt        |
|  (Electric), and Attract.                                                  |
|                                                                            |
|  Crobat is weak to Psychic, Rock, Ice, and Electric. It is immune to       |
|  Ground. It can use Air Cutter (Flying; hit critical-hit rate), Shadow     |
|  Ball (Ghost), Sludge Bomb (Poison; 30% chance of Poisoning), and Confuse  |
|  Ray.                                                                      |
|                                                                            |
|  Arbok is weak to Psychic and Ground. It can use Giga Drain (Grass),       |
|  Sludge Bomb (Poison; 30% chance of Poisoning), and Earthquake (Ground).   |
|                                                                            |
|  Recommendations:                                                          |
|  ~ Haunter/Gengar -> Misdreavus, Gengar                                    |
|  ~ Psychic types/moves -> Arbok, Crobat                                    |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

Okay, here's where most start to get in trouble. HEAL and go to the next room
to find the Dragon Tamer, Lance, in the next room.
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|  BOSS: Elite Four Lance  \
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|  Pokémon: Gyarados (Lv. 68) Water/Flying                                   |
|           Aerodactyl (Lv. 71) Rock/Flying                                  |
|           Dragonite (Lv. 66) Dragon/Flying                                 |
|           Dragonite (Lv. 72) Dragon/Flying                                 |
|           Kingdra (Lv. 66) Water/Dragon                                    |
|                                                                            |
|  Full Restores Available: 2                                                |
|  Money Earned: $7,200                                                      |
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|  Gyarados is weak to Electric (4x) and Rock. It is immune to Ground. It    |
|  can use Earthquake (Ground), Hyper Beam (Normal; rest next turn), and     |
|  Thunder Wave (Paralyzes).                                                 |
|                                                                            |
|  Aerodactyl is weak to Water, Steel, Electric, and Ice. It is immune to    |
|  Ground. It can use Aerial Ace (Flying; no-miss), Ancientpower (Rock),     |
|  Hyper Beam (Normal; rest next turn), and Earthquake (Ground).             |
|                                                                            |
|  Both Dragonite are weak to Ice (4x), Rock, and Dragon. They are immune to |
|  Ground. The Lv. 66 one uses Flamethrower, Dragon Claw, Earthquake, and    |
|  Hyper Beam. The Lv. 72 uses Ice Beam, Thunderbolt, Outrage, and Hyper     |
|  Beam.                                                                     |
|                                                                            |
|  Kingdra is weak to Dragon. It can use Surf, Ice Beam, and Hyper Beam to   |
|  hurt you.                                                                 |
|                                                                            |
|  Recommendations:                                                          |
|  ~ Electric-type -> Gyarados                                               |
|  ~ Water-type -> Aerodactyl                                                |
|  ~ Ice-type -> Dragonite                                                   |
|  ~ Something good (I prefer Ghost) -> Kingdra                              |
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Heal your Pokémon well - this is where it really counts. Continue into the next
room to find your rival.
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|  BOSS: Champion [rival's name]  \
|__________________________________\__________________________________________
|  Pokémon [if you chose Bulbasaur]: Heracross (Lv. 72) Bug/Fighting          |
|                                    Gyarados (Lv. 73) Water/Flying           |
|                                    Alakazam (Lv. 73) Psychic                |
|                                    Exeggutor (Lv. 59) Grass/Psychic         |
|                                    Tyranitar (Lv. 73) Rock/Dark             |
|                                    Charizard (Lv. 75) Fire/Flying           |
|                                                                             |
|  Full Restores Available: 4                                                 |
|  Money Earned: $7,500                                                       |
|~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~|
|  Pokémon [if you chose Charmander]: Heracross (Lv. 72) Bug/Fighting         |
|                                     Arcanine (Lv. 73) Fire                  |
|                                     Alakazam (Lv. 73) Psychic               |
|                                     Exeggutor (Lv. 73) Grass/Psychic        |
|                                     Tyranitar (Lv. 72) Rock/Dark            |
|                                     Blastoise (Lv. 75) Water                |
|                                                                             |
|  Full Restores Available: 4                                                 |
|  Money Earned: $7,500                                                       |
|~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~|
|  Pokémon [if you chose Squirtle]: Heracross (Lv. 72) Bug/Fighting           |
|                                   Arcanine (Lv. 73) Fire                    |
|                                   Alakazam (Lv. 73) Psychic                 |
|                                   Gyarados (Lv. 73) Water/Flying            |
|                                   Tyranitar (Lv. 72) Rock/Dark              |
|                                   Venusaur (Lv. 75) Grass/Poison            |
|                                                                             |
|  Full Restores Available: 4                                                 |
|  Money Earned: $7,500                                                       |
|=============================================================================|
|  Heracross is weak to Flying (4x), Fire, and Psychic. It can use Rock Tomb  |
|  (Rock), Earthquake (Ground), and Megahorn (VERY POWERFUL Bug move).        |
|                                                                             |
|  Tyranitar is weak to Fighting (4x), Steel, Ground, Grass, Water, and Bug.  |
|  It is immune to Psychic. It can use Crunch (Dark), Aerial Ace (Flying; no  |
|  miss), Thunderbolt (Electric), and Earthquake (Ground).                    |
|                                                                             |
|  Alakazam is weak to Bug, Ghost, and Dark. It can use Psychic and Shadow    |
|  Ball (Ghost) offensively.                                                  |
|                                                                             |
|  Gyarados is weak against Electric (4x) and Rock. It is immune to Ground.   |
|  It can use Earthquake (Ground), Hyper Beam (Normal; rest on next turn),    |
|  and Hydro Pump (Water) offensively.                                        |
|                                                                             |
|  Exeggutor is weak to Fire, Ice, Flying, Bug (4x), Poison (?), Dark, and    |
|  Ghost. It can use Giga Drain (Grass) and Psychic offensively.              |
|                                                                             |
|  Arcanine is weak to Rock, Water, and Ground. It can use Overheat (Fire),   |
|  Aerial Ace (Flying; no-miss), Extremespeed (Normal), and Iron Tail (Steel).|
|                                                                             |
|  Charizard is weak to Rock (4x), Water, and Electric; it is immune to       |
|  Ground. It can use Fire Blast, Dragon Claw, Earthquake (Ground), and       |
|  Aerial Ace (Flying; no-miss).                                              |
|                                                                             |
|  Blastoise is weak to Grass and Electric. It can use Ice Beam, Earthquake   |
|  (Ground), and Hydro Pump (Water) to damage. It also has Rain Dance, which  |
|  powers up water... but Thunder becomes no-miss.                            |
|                                                                             |
|  Venusaur is weak to Fire, Ice, Flying, and Psychic. It actually only has   |
|  one offensive Grass move, Solarbeam. It takes two turns to charge,         |
|  unless it has used Sunny Day in the last five turns. It also has Sludge    |
|  Bomb (Poison) and Earthquake (Ground).                                     |
|                                                                             |
|  Recommendations:                                                           |
|  ~ Flying-type -> Heracross, Venusaur, Exeggutor                            |
|  ~ Water-type -> Charizard, Arcanine                                        |
|  ~ Grass-type -> Tyranitar, Blastoise                                       |
|  ~ Electric-type -> Gyarados, Blastoise (if Zapdos)                         |
|  ~ Strongest Pokémon -> Alakazam                                            |
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Good job!! You've beaten what is among the hardest of challenges in the whole
series of Pokémon!








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