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| 0. Table of Contents						        		  |
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0.   Table of Contents:
1.   Author's Note
2.   Whats New
3.   Pokémon Numbers
4.   Walkthrough For Routes 1-46
5.   Routes 1-29 and the Aqua-gou
6.   The TM and HM List
7.   Gameshark Codes
8.   Frequently Asked Questions
9.   Breeding
10.  Evolution
11.  Neat Things
12.  Rare Pokémon
13.  Evoultion Chart
14.  Mysterious Present
15.  Battle Chart
16.  Pokémon Move List
17.  The Casino
18.  Pokémon & Their Locations
19.  Trainers & Their Locations
20.  Pocket Pikachu Color
21.  Coming Soon
22.  Website Usage Terms
23.  Copyright/Credits


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1. Author's Note									  |
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        This guide was written based on the Gold AND Silver versions of Pokémon. It is also
based on the Japanese version. Pokémon names and abilities will most  likely change for the 
American Version.  The  names are not going to be whatever the name now is just translated.

	Well, depending on how much you like this guide, you may or may not be dissapointed
on my following decision. Because finishing this guide would only prevent me from getting a 
head start on my English version, I've decided stop updating the guide forever. What does a
thing like this mean to you? Northing, except there will be  less of me until October 2000.

	So don't send me suggestions anymore. Don't fix my errors. I'm done with this guide
and it'll be in the English guide. I'll still answer questions -- as long as they aren't in
the guide allready. ( I know what is and what isn't in my guide). 

	This is Donphan...Signing off.


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| 2. Whats New:										  |
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	-Version 3.0
		-Finished many sections
		-Updated Pokemon Move List
		-Updated Author's Note
		-Major Update on Breeding Center
		-Fixed Line Break-ups
		-Fixed Annoying PokTmon Error (They're all Pokémon now)

	-Version 2.9
		-Got rid of Mailing List
		-Changed format
		-Updated Author's Note

	-Version 2.8
		-Updated Authors Note
		-Updated Pokémon Names

	-Version 2.7
		-Updated Authors Note
		-Updated Neat Things Section
		-Finished/Changed Pokémon Moves
		-Updated Copyright/Credits Section
		-Fixed spacing and errors
		-Added Pocket Pikachu Color informaiton

	-Version 2.6
		-Updated Casino Section
		-Did nothing else

	-Version 2.5
		-Added strategy for Legendary Cats
		-Found SEREBII!
		-Fixed spacing on many sections of the guide

	-Version 2.4
		-Added Mailing List information
		-Changed Introduction to Author's Note 
		-Updated Copyright section.
		-I'm not exactly sure what I updated

	  - Version 2.3
		 -Changed numbering system
		 -Added Pokémon and ther Locations section
		 -Added Trainers and their Locations section

        -Version 2.2
         	-ADDED WHERE TO GET TM08 TO FAQ SECTION!
            -Updated evolution section
            -Updated neat things section
            -Updated Battle Chart
            -Added Casino Section
            -Added a Pokémon Move List (Whew!)

        -Version 2.1
                -Changed legendary Pokémon name to Rare Pokémon
                -Added more to the Rare Pokémon section
                -Updated pre-evolution chart
                -Added Mysterious Present Section
                -Added Battle Chart Section
                -Changed name of Evolutionary Stone section to Evolution
                -Updated Evolution section
                -Changed Routes 1-29 section to Routes 1-29 and Aqua-Gou
                -Updated Routes 1-29 and the Aqua-gou section
                -Updated Walkthrough
        
        -Version 2.0
                -Updated Gameshark Codes
                -Finally Updated Neat things section
                -Updated Credits section
                -Updated Introduction
                -Fixed Pokémon List
                -Updated Pre-evolution Chart
                -Updated FAQ section

        -Version 1.9
                -Added the REAL way to get Lugia and Houou
                -Fixed Misty's Pokémon
                -Added more pre-evolutions
                -Added more Gameshark Codes
                -Fixed gym leader stratigies
                -Added where to get Eevee

        -Version 1.8
                -Got rid of unnecessary things
                -Fixed and updated TM and HM secton
                -Added Evolutionary Stone Section

        -Version 1.7
                -Added TMs to the TM & HM section
                -Fixed error about Squirtle Water
                -Added how to catch Lugia
                -Added more onto the Legendary Cat Pokémon
                -Added Strategy Guides to come to Coming soon section

        -Version 1.65
                -Added more sites with permission for this Strategy guide
                -Fixed typographical errors

        -Version 1.6
                -Added some more gym leader strategies
                -Fixed page length error


        -Version 1.5
                -Added PokTdex section
                -Added Legendary Pokémon section
                -Added strategy for Gym Leaders
                -Worked on Breeding section
                -Added some more Gameshark codes
                -Added Neat Things section
                -Worked on FAQs section
                -Finished making the Gameshark section look nice

        -Version 1.4
                -Added how to get the Radio
                -Walkthrough completes the game!
                -Added Breeding Section
                -Fixed Pokémon Name Errors
                -Added more Gym Leaders Pokémon
                -Made a strategy for fighting Ash
                -Worked on Gameshark Section
                -Fixed more gramatical errors

        -Version 1.3
                -Walkthrough is now up to the 12th gym
                -Fixed some gramatical errors
                -Did a lot of work on the FAQ section
                -Worked on Gameshark Section
                -Added to Copyright/Credits section
                -Added in walkthrough how to break cracked rocks
                -Added how to get the Item Finder
                -Added Badge names
                -Added some Gym Leader names
                -Added TM and HM section

        -Version 1.2
                -Walkthrough up to the 10th gym
                -Added Gameshark Codes Section
                -Added Introduction Section
                -Fixed many typographical errors
                -ADDED HOW TO SOLVE THE ICE MAZE
                -Added FAQ section
                -Updated Walkthrough
                -Added amount of Pages long the guide is
                -Updated Gameshark codes section

        -Version 1.1
                -Walkthrough is now up to the Orange league
                -Updated spelling errors in the Pokémon names section
                -Added Copyright section
                -Added new feature which tells the Pokémon gym leaders use
                -Added Coming Soon section

        -Version 1.0
                -Walkthrough all the way up to the fourth gym
                -Everything is new

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| 3. Pokémon Numbers									  |
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        A star indicates this is the Pokémon's confirmed american 
name. This only applies to Pokémon numbers 152-251.
                
        Many new and old Pokémon appear in the following section. 
If you know a Pokémon's American name in Gold and Silver version, 
please send it over  along with it's number and proof that you know 
that this will be it's confirmed American name. As of right now, 
there are 100 new Pokémon, not including Mew, for it is able
to be obtained in previous versions.

1.Bulbasuar             8.Wartortle             15.Beedrill
2.Ivysaur               9.Blastoise             16.Pidgey               
3.Venasuar              10.Caterpie             17.Pidgeotto
4.Charmander            11.Metapod              18.Pidgeot
5.Charmeleon            12.Butterfree           19.Rattata
6.Charizard             13.Weedle               20.Raticate
7.Squirtle              14.Kakuna               21.Spearow

22.Fearow               29.Nidoran (F)          36.Clefable
23.Ekans                30.Nidorina             37.Vulpix
24.Arbok                31.Nidoqueen            38.Ninetales
25.Pikachu              32.Nidoran (M)          39.Jigglypuff
26.Raichu               33.Nidorino             40.Wigglytuff
27.Sandshrew            34.Nidoking             41.Zubat
28.Sandslash            35.Clefairy             42.Golbat

43.Oddish               50.Diglett              57.Primeape
44.Gloom                51.Dugtrio              58.Growlithe
45.Vileplume            52.Meowth               59.Arcanine
46.Paras                53.Persian              60.Poliwag
47.Parsect              54.Psyduck              61.Poliwhirl
48.Venonat              55.Golduck              62.Poliwrath
49.Venomoth             56.Mankey               63.Abra

64.Kadabra              71.Victreebel           78.Rapidash
65.Alakazam             72.Tentacool            79.Slowpoke             
66.Machop               73.Tentacruel           80.Slowbro
67.Machoke              74.Geodude              81.Magnemite
68.Machamp              75.Graveler             82.Magneton
69.Bellsprout           76.Golem                83.Farfetch'd
70.Weepinbell           77.Ponyta               84.Doduo

85.Dodrio               92.Gastly               99.Kingler
86.Seel                 93.Haunter              100.Voltorb
87.Dewgong              94.Gengar               101.Electrode
88.Grimer               95.Onix                 102.Execute
89.Muk                  96.Drowzee              103.Exeggutor
90.Shellder             97.Hypno                104.Cubone
91.Cloyster             98.Krabby               105.Marowak

106.Hitmonlee           113.Chansey             120.Staryu
107.Hitmonchan          114.Tangela             121.Starmie
108.Likitung            115.Kangaskhan          122.Mr.Mime
109.Koffing             116.Horsea              123.Scyther
110.Weezing             117.Sedra               124.Jynx
111.Rhyhorn             118.Goldeen             125.Electabuzz
112.Rhydon              119.Seaking             126.Magmar

127.Pinsir              134.Vaporeon            141.Kabutops
128.Tauros              135.Jolteon             142.Aerodactyl
129.Magikarp            136.Flareon             143.Snorlax
130.Gyrados             137.Porygon             144.Articuno
131.Lapras              138.Omanyte             145.Zapdos
132.Ditto               139.Omastar             146.Moltres
133.Eevee               140.Kabuto              147.Dratini

148.Dragonair           154.Meganium*           160.Feraligatr*
149.Dragonite           155.Cyndaquil*          161.Sentret*
150.Mewtwo              156.Quilava*            162.Furret*
151.Mew                 157.Typhlosion*         163.Hoothoot*
152.Chikorita*          158.Totodile*           164.Noctowl*
153.Bayleef*            159.Croconaw*           165.Ledyba*

166.Ledian*             173.Pii                 180.Mokoko
167.Itomaru             174.Igglybuff*          181.Denryuu
168.Araidos*            175.Togepi*             182.Bellossom*
169.Kuroba              176.Togechik*           183.Marril*
170.Chinchou*           177.Neitei              184.Mariruri
171.Lanturn*            178.Neiteio             185.Sudowoodo*
172.Pichu*              179.Meripu              186.Nyorotono

187.Hanekko             194.Upa                 201.Annon
188.Popokko             195.Nuo                 202.Sonansu
189.Watakko             196.Espeon*             203.Kirinriki
190.Aipom*              197.Burakki             204.Kunugidama
191.Himanattsu          198.Murkrow*            205.Forrestress*
192.Kimawari            199.Slowking*           206.Nokocchi
193.Yanyanma            200.Muuma               207.Gligar*

208.Haganeru            215.Nyura               222.Sanigo
209.Snubble*            216.Himeguma            223.Teppouo
210.Granbull*           217.Ringuma             224.Okutan
211.Harisen             218.Slugma*             225.Delibird*
212.Hassamu             219.Magcargo*           226.Mantine*
213.Tsobotsubo          220.Urimu               227.Eamudo
214.Herakurosu          221.Inomu               228.Derbiru

229.Heruga              236.Baruki              243.Raikou*
230.Kingdra*            237.Kapoera             244.Entei
231.Gomazou             238.Smoochum*           245.Suicune*
232.Donphan*            239.Elekid*             246.Yogirasu
233.Porygon2*           240.Bubii               247.Sanagirasu
234.Odoshishi           241.Milktank*           248.Bangirasu
235.Doburu              242.Hapinasu            249.Lugia*

250.Ho-oh*
251.Selebi*
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|4. Walkthrough For Routes 1-46							          |
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      When you first start, you will be in Wakaba town, there are two options that can 
be chosen. Choose the top one, which means 'New Game'. Now you will be displayed with some 
numbers, the numbers here are to set the time of the day. There is a defualt time, which 
is 10:00 AM, but you may set the time for whatever you'd like it to be. After telling your
mom the time of day, she will give you the Pokégear.

      You will begin by talking to Prof. Oak. He will talk to you about Pokémon, much 
similar to the lecture you recieved in previous Pokémon versions. You then are able to 
pick your name. I suggest, unless you can read Japanese, that you pick the second name, 
which will either be silver or gold, silver if you are playing the silver version of the 
game, gold if you are playing the gold version of the game.

      You begin playing now. You are in your bedroom. You can see the popular PC, radio,
and map. When you go downstairs, your mom will ask you what day it is. This doesn't matter 
to you now.

	Leave your house, heading left, to Prof. Utsugi's lab to pick one of three Pokémon. 
Fire is your best bet  for your first gym battle against the bird trainers, but you may 
choose whomever you want. 

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	Chikorita
		A grass type Pokémon, and a follow-up to Bulbasaur. Many people think it's 
best to choose him, because in previous Pokémon games, Bulbasaur was chosen because he was 
the best beginner Pokémon to start out with. In this game, he is not. The first gym, for 
instance, uses bird types, which happen to be strong against grass types. Only choose 
Chikorita if you are an expert player.
        
      Totodile
		The water type Pokémon, and probablly the most popular type out of all three 
beginning Pokémon. He looks somewhat like an alligator, and he is very strong. I chose 
him, considering since Bulbasaur and Charmander  were either very bad, or very good,
and not wanting to take that chance this time, I chose him. I don't think there are any 
gyms that have an advantage  over his type in the game, but I could be wrong.
        
      Hinorashi
		The fire type Pokémon, and probablly the best bet. Hinoarashi will come in 
extreme handy in the first gym, and many others. He also evolves into a powerful Pokémon, 
but like I said before, you can't really go wrong with either one.

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        After choosing your Pokémon carefully, you must walk left,
and leave town. Here you will fight all different varieties of Pokémon, 
depending what time of day it is, or what day it is, or what version
you are playing. You can let the old man show you around town, but 
that won't help you much. You are to go north, until you reach a 
house. Inside, Prof. Oak will give you your  PokTdex, which is a big 
improvement over the one in previous versions. you Pokémon will be 
healed, and you have to go outside.

        Once outside, you will recieve a phone call from Prof. 
Utsugi informing you that one of his Pokémon have been stolen.

        Right as you arrive at the beggining of the first town, 
your rival will appear, and he will challenge you to a Pokémon match. 

        After defeating him and returning to Prof. Utsigi lab, you 
will be given 5 Monster Balls from Prof. Utsugi's  labratory aid. 
You might want to go to monster ball in your backback, and write it 
down so you don't forget it. 

        After doing this, go up to the northern part of the city. 
You can now go to the gym. 
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| Gym leader: Hayato                            |
| For: Wind Badge                               |
|                                               |
| Pidgey- If you picked Hinoarashi, use him, but|
| if you chose someone else, use a Rattatta or  |
| if you picked Waninoko, try using him.        |
|                                               |
| Pidgeotto- Harder than Pidgey, but still a    |
| piece of cake. If your Rattatta is almost or  |
| fainted, use an O-tachi.                      |
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        I advise you, be leveled up with at least 2 backup 
Pokémon in case your first one or two faints.

        There, that was easy, you achieved your first badge, and 
by now, you should at least have your starting Pokémon evolved. 

        After exiting the gym, you receive a phone call from Prof. 
Oak. He tells you to pick up something important at the Pokémon 
center. When you get to the Pokémon center, you will see one of 
Prof. Oak and Utsugi's aids. He will give you a Pokémon egg. The 
egg will hatch at about 1,000 steps.

        Now, go north, and you will come upon a bellsprout shrine. 
Enter, and make your way to the top. You will receive HM05, Flash.

        Now go north of the town. Go east, then south, you will 
see many cave entrances. In one of the caves, you have to solve 
a puzzle. Completing the puzzle will show you a Kabuto. You are 
dropped to the next floor, and you will find yourself in another 
cave you could enter before. However, this time, the people are 
gone, and a Pokémon with many forms will appear. His name is 
Annon. He will make an excellent addition as a ghost Pokémon on 
your team. He will have many forms, but is still the same Pokémon 
reguardlessand is still Pokémon #201.              

        After exiting the cave, go south, and then east. You will 
come up to another route changing house. After exiting the house, 
go south, there, you will fight many Pokémon trainers. A guy 
there will ask you for $500. Pay him, and go in the cave. There are
some Pokémon trainers. You will fight Zubats, Geodudes, Onix, and 
Sandshrew here. 

        After exiting the cave, go west, and you will end up in 
the second  town. Go talk to the guy in the northern part of the 
town, and he will remove the Team Rocket member that once blocked 
your path before. Go in, and defeat the few rocket trainers there 
to free the Slowpokes. 

        You can now go to the gym. Fight the gym trainers here, 
and then move onto the gym leader. She will use bug-type Pokémon. 
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| Gym Leader: Tsukushi                          |
| For: Insect Badge                             |
|                                               |
| Metapod- An extremely easy Pokémon to beat.   |
| you may want to use one of your weaker Pokémon|
| like Annon for Metapod to gain some expirence.|
|                                               |             
| Kakuna- Once again, an extremely easy Pokémon.|
| You should also work on one of your weaker    |
| Pokémon while fighting Kakuna.                |
|                                               |
| Scyther- Now that you defeated the easy       |
| Pokémon, it is time to fight a harder one. Use|
| a fire type Pokémon if you have one.          |
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        You now have to go west, but make sure you have totally 
healed Pokémon, because you will fight your rival. 

        Now go north, and into a house that will lead you into 
the forest. You see that a boy has lost his Farfetch'd, after 
returning it to him, his father will come along and give you 
the HM01, Cut. 

        Cut the shrub, and continue going north. You will 
eventually reach a town much similar to Celadon City. It will 
have a large shop, and it will be the largest town in the game. 
This town is also a very important town.

        The gym here will use normal type Pokémon. Watch out, 
her Mirutanku is extremely powerful.
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| Gym Leader: Akane                             |
| For: Normal Badge                             |
|                                               |
| Clefairy- Looks can be decieving, and you'd   |
| better pray that Clefairy doesn't use         |
| Metronome on you. Have a quick and Powerful   |
| Pokémon like Rattatta or Raticate.            |
|                                               |
| Mirutanku- Mirutanku has a strange attack that|
| makes your Pokémon get woozy. Your Pokémon    |
| not attack the Mirutanku for a few turns, but |
| while waiting to attack, Mirutanku will attack|
| you with a powerful pound-like attack. Once   |
| again, have a powerful and quick Pokémon      |
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        When you are done, talk to the gym leader to receive 
your badge and TM. Go north, and into the park to fight many 
trainers, believe me, you need the expirence. Go to the most 
upper  righthand house in the town, and a lady will give you 
something  called 'Squirtle Water'. Now you can fight the 
tree Pokémon, Usokki, that you could only move slightly 
before. Catch this Pokémon, for it is rare. Go northwest, to 
reach the next town. In this town, a man will trade you a 
Krabby for a Shelder.

	A trainer just east of where Usokki used to be will 
give you the TM08 (Rock Smash) ability. This will allow you
to break the rocks and free the Legendary Cats.

	Before you go, you can also go upstairs in the shop and 
purchase a TM02, which will allow you to shake trees. You can
fight all sorts of old and new Pokémon in the trees, so shake
all the little trees you find.

        The gym here in this town will specialize in ghost Pokémon. Your
Pokémon should be at around level 30-35. You will have to follow a trail 
to get to the gym leader. Once you get to the Gym leader, and believe me,
she's no joke:
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| Gym Leader: Matsuba                           |
| For: Phantom Badge                            |
|                                               |
| Gastly- Her easiest Pokémon she will use, but |
| still isn't too easy. Try using a water or    |
| fire attack, but don't waste your time using a|
| normal type- it won't work against ghost.     |
|                                               |
| Haunter-  Both Haunters and Gengar will use an|
| extrelemy powerful attack that will hurt them |
| about half way, but curses you and hurts you  |
| very much every time you attack.              |
|                                               |
| Gengar- Gengar isn't easy at all- infact it is|
| one of the toughest battles you will face in  |
| the entire game. Look out for that powerful   |
| attack that Haunter, it is exactly the same   |
| only coming from a much stronger Pokémon.     |
|                                               |
| Haunter- Use the same strategy that you used  |
| against the previous Haunter.                 |
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        After defeating the gym, go to a house in the northern part of the 
town. The trainers here will use Eevee evolutions, which includes two new
Eevee evolutions. After you defeat them all, a man will award you with the 
surfing HM03.

        A farm which has Mirutaknus, I'm guessing it would be called 
Mirutanku farm will have a sick Mirutanku. The plant which gives you items 
next to the town will give you a fruit that will heal the Mirutanku after 
about after 7 or so. The mother inside the house will award you with a TM, 
and the dad in the house gives you milk, which heals Pokémon HP.

        When you get to the next town, you'll find the gym here to be 
completely empty, except for the person who alwasy stands next to the 
statue at the entrance.

        You might want to heal your Pokémon at the Pokémon center now, and 
take out a Pokémon you would like to learn strength. Now, go to the house
in the most southwestern part of the town. A person inside will give you the
Strength HM, HM04.

        Now you have to equip strength and surf on your Pokémon. Keep surfing
south, fighting the trainers here, gaining expirence. 

        Eventually, you will come to a small town. In the southern part of 
the town, you will see the gym. You fight two trainers in the gym, and then 
come up to a boulder maze. Move the left and right boulder up, and then push
the middle boulder to the left. You will fight one more trainer, and then you
will come up to the gym leader.
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| Gym Leader: Shijima                           |
| For: Shock Badge                              |
|                                               |                       
| Primeape- A bird Pokémon would be a good bet, |
| but my Raticate had no problem and Primeape is|
| strong against it.                            |
|                                               |
| Poliwrath- Fly may be a good use for Poliwrath|
| because it is not very fast, a Yorunozuku can |
| easily knock out this Pokémon                 |              
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        After you beat the gym, go south to a house. A guy inside the house,
wearing sunglasses will give you some medicine. Take this medicine and go 
back to the fifth gym, but don't forget to get the Fly HM, HM02, from the
house nearest the gym, and also important is the medicine from the house with
the guy who will be wearing sunglasses, for the medicine he gives to you is
what you need to give to Mikan, so she can heal her sick Pokémon.Assend the 
light house, and give the medicine to the gym leader at the top. She will 
give the medicine to her sick Pokémon and then return to her gym. She 
introduces a new type of Pokémon here called the steel type.
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| Gym Leader: Mikan                             |
| For: Steel Badge                              |
|                                               |
| Magnemite- Looks easy, but it's sonic boom    |
| attack is very powerful, even against Pokémon |
| that are strong against it. Use a Geodude or  |
| Graveler to prevent serious damage.           |
|                                               |                                     
| Magnemite- Use the same strategy as you did   |
| with the last Magnemite.                      |
|                                               |             
| Haganail- Another stong Pokémon that likes to |
| use Powerful attacks. Make sure you have a    |
| rock, ground or fast Pokémon if you want to   |
| win the match.                                |              
-------------------------------------------------

        After defeating the gym leader here, go east, and through the route 
change house. Someone takes some of your money for no reason at all! Now go 
north, taking the grassy path, as not to be charged 1,000 for every path you 
take on the Team Rocket side. Eventually, you will come up across a lake. You
can see something in the lake. When you fight it, it turns out to be a 
Gyrados! Try to catch it.

        After getting out of the water, you will notice Lance, the dragon 
trainer waiting for you. You will talk to him, and he will take you to the
'shop' in the town with the ghost gym. He will show you a secret underground
passageway in the shop, and you will follow him downstairs, only to fight a 
many Rocket trainers. Eventually, you will meet up with Lance again, and he
will heal your Pokémon. He will then go off again, and you have to keep 
fighting many Rocket trainers. There are many items here, and make sure you 
have room for all of them. Also, talk to each and every Team Rocket trainer
you beat, and you will get the keycard to the second level door. 

        Once on the second level, open the door, and fight the trainer. He 
will give you the first level keycard. Go to the first level. Lance and you
fight each fight two Rocket trainers. A girl and a boy. Lance takes on the 
boy with his Dragonite, and You fight the girl, who may look falmilliar to 
you.

        After defeating the Rocket Trainers, you and Lance need to shut down
the power supply to the generator. You can do this by defeating the 
Electrodes. 

        Finally, now that you've destroyed the generator, Lance will award
your hard work with an, HM06, the whirlpool remover HM.
        You can now enter the Ice gym, or gym No. 7. Getting to him will be
tough, so I made an ice maze strategy. When you first enter the gym, move to
the very left if the left statue. Go up, up, right, down, left, up and 
finally right. You will be standing in front of the gym leader. Good luck!

-------------------------------------------------
| Gym Leader: Yanagi                            |
| For: Ice Badge                                |
|                                               |
| Seel- An electric attack will put seel out for|
| the match. Not very strong.                   |
|                                               |
| Dewgong- Just slightly better than Seel. It   |
| might even get an attack on you. (oh no!)     |
|                                               |          
| Inomu- A powerful, but slow Pokémon, Inomu    |
| rely on ice moves to win the match. Use an    |
| water Pokémon like Marril.                    |
-------------------------------------------------

        You will get a phone call informing you that the city in which you 
recieved your third badge, the one with Mirtanku, the cow Pokémon, has been 
overrun by Team Rocket! Fly to the city, and you will see that Team Rocket
has pretty much overrun the whole city. Go back to the building with the 
Jigglypuff inside of it. This is where all of the Team Rocket trouble is 
going on. Go on up the tower, defeating trainers, and defeat the final guy
at the top of the tower.

        One of the people in the underground tunnel will give you an Eevee
if you have a space in your inventory.

        Now you have to go to an underground tunnel outside. When you are in
the tunnel, go right, to the door that was once locked. You recieved the key
when you defeated the final person atop the tower. Be ready for a fight with
your rival. He will have the final evolution of his starting Pokémon. Defeat 
the Rocket trainers, and play around with the switches until you get over to
the elevator. Fight the woman, and then take the elevator up. You should now
be able to open the once locked door back in the Team Rocket tower.

        Go to the third floor, and defeat the last of the Rockets, and return
to the seventh town. Go right and fight the trainers. Marril lovers can catch
a Marril here. Now enter the cave. The first Ice maze is the most diffucult,
but, I have the solution on how to complete it! Complete it by standing on 
the area right below the ice. Now, go up, left, up, right, up, right, down,
left, up, left, down, right, down, right, up, right. 

        When you complete the first ice maze, go right and get the PokTball.
You will get a HM07, or waterfall climbing HM, which can later be taught to 
Goldeen. From here go to the next floor, and use strength to move the 
boulders to the lower level, so you can get out.

        When you get out, you will be at the 8th town. There is a very useful
person here who can remove your Pokémon's moves that are unwanted, but most
importantly, you can now go to the eighth gym. This gym is a dragon gym. 

        Again, you will need strength to move boulders to the lower level to
reach the gym leader.
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| Gym Leader: Ibuki                             |
| For: Raging Badge                             |
|                                               |
| Dragonair- A pretty intiminating Pokémon, that|
| turns out to not be too much of a challenge at|
| all. If you move ahead first, and catch Inomu |
| from the Ice Cave, you can use ice moves to   |
| defeat it.                                    |
|                                               |
| Dragonair- Use the same strategy as you used  |
| on the last Dragonair                         |
|                                               |
| Kingudora- Seadra finally gets used by a      |
| dragon trainer- well at least it's evolved    |
| form. Again, use ice attacks, but electric    |
| will work too, since this is also a water     |
| Pokémon.                                      |
|                                               |
| Dragonair- Her final, Pokémon Dragonair, is a |
| bit more powerful than the previous ones. It  |
| will use the Hyper Beam attack, as well as    |
| Dragon Rage. Thunder won't work this time, so |
| once again, you must rely on Ice Pokémon to   |
| defeat Dragonair.                             |          
-------------------------------------------------

        After defeating her, she tells you she has no badge for you. You can
still get the badge, though, by taking a Pokémon that has surf and one that 
can remove whirlpools, and surfing behind the gym. When you are  about to 
pick up one of the PokTballs, she will show up, awarding you with your eighth
badge! You can also now use the HM07 you got in the ice cavern.

        We now move on to the hunt for Houou! Fly back to the town where you
fought the ghost gym before. Go to the northern part of the town. You can
enter a house here and go upstairs. You will have to solve a puzzle to get to
the top. However, the puzzle is worth it, when you get to the top, you will
see Houou flying there. Save before you fight Houou, for you will only get 
one chance to catch it. After you catch it, you can fly from the roof instead
of going back down the maze. Fly back to your hometown.

        Once home, go to Prof. Utsugi's lab and heal your Pokémon. Now go 
outside and surf eastward. You will eventually come up to a coastal area with
a cave. Enter the cave. I suggest you catch a Goldeen and teach it HM07, so
you can go up the waterfalls. The cave is simple, and when you get out, you
may want to look at the map. Keep moving northward, until you come up upon a
house. A girl inside will heal all of your Pokémon. Keep going north, 
fighting trainers. You will find yourself in a much simpler, trainer-free
Victory Road. Here you can catch for the very first time, the best Pokémon,
Donphan. Be prepared, for your rival will have many strong Pokémon with her.
You fight her because she wants to see if you are really ready for the 
Orange league.

The Orange League Trainers will use:
-------------------------------------------------
| Trainer 1: Itkusi                             |
|                                               |
| Neiteio- A penguin Pokémon. It will use ice   |  
| and psychic attacks- a powerful combination.  |
| Houou's gust attack is enough to put the      |
| penguin to rest                               |
|                                               |
| Slowbro- A water and Psychic Pokémon. Slowbro |
| may be very slow, but he is very powerful. Try|
| using an electric type Pokémon against it.    |
|                                               |
| Neiteio- Use the same strategy that you used  |
| against the last Neiteio.                     |
|                                               |
| Jynx- Like Neiteio, Jynx is another psychic   |
| and ice Pokémon. It's defense is extremely low|
| so any Pokémon should be able to put Jynx out.|
|                                               |
| Exeggutor- A grass and Psychic type Pokémon.  |
| One Fire Blast from Houou should do the trick |
| on this one.                                  |
|                                               |
|-----------------------------------------------|
| Trainer 2: Koga                               |
|                                               |
| Araidosu- A bug Pokémon. Hopefully, your Houou|
| is still consious, because any flying or fire |
| attacks will put this bug out.                |
|                                               |
| Venomoth- Another bug Pokémon that will be a  |
| pain if your Houou has fainted. It will use   |
| powerful psychic attacks, and almost every    |
| Pokémon are very vunerable to.                |
|                                               |
| Muk- A poision Pokémon that Houou will not be |
| strong against. Use a water type or a normal  |
| type. (Raticate will do)                      |
|                                               |
| Kuroba- Being the evolved form of Golbat, it  |
| has strong flying and annoying poision        |
| attacks.                                      |
|                                               |
| Fuoretosu- Is this the evolved form of        |
| Cloyster? Maybe, but it's a water type, and it|
| has very high defense, and Houou may not be   |
| able to do it. Use your starting Pokémon if   |
| you didn't pick the Fire type.                |
|                                               |
|-----------------------------------------------|
| Trainer 3: Bruno                              |
|                                               |
| Kaporea- For some odd reason, this Pokémon    |
| likes to stand on his head. A bird type, Houou|
| or Lugia will do.                             |
|                                               |
| Hitmonchan- The punching fiend. It will use   |
| various elemental punches, so there really    |
| a Pokémon that it isn't super effective       |
| against. Use a bird type again.               |
|                                               |
| Hitmonlee- The kicking fiend. It uses various |
| kicking attacks. Go ahead, use another bird.  |
| This might be a good Pokémon to get a         |
| Togechikku expirence points with.             |
|                                               |
| Machamp- A Pokémon with high attack Power, but|
| low defense. A quick bird Pokémon should do   |
| the trick.                                    |
|                                               |
| Onix- Onix is a simple Pokémon that is not too|
| hard if you have a water or grass Pokémon.    |
| Even using the simplest moves of these types  |
| will take care of it.                         |
| ----------------------------------------------|
| Trainer 4: Karin                              |
|                                               |
| Burakki- Appears to be an evil evolution of   |
| Eevee. It shouldn't be too hard if you have   |
| just about any type besides a normal or grass |
| type Pokémon.                                 |
|                                               |
| Vileplume- A grass type Pokémon that will be  |
| easy for any bird type. Using fly would be    |
| your best bet against this Pokémon.           |
|                                               |
| Gengar- Remember the ghost gyms Gengar? This  |
| is the same thing, only much harder. Again, it|
| has curse, which will stab itself, and attack |
| you very much after or before every turn. Be  |
| careful and make sure you have a strong and   |
| quick Pokémon.                                |
|                                               |
| Yamikarasu- A very fast, but not too strong   |
| Pokémon that looks much like a Spearow. It    |
| take adventage of it's quickness and try to   |
| hurt you before you can hurt it. A fire,      |
| electric, or ice type will do.                |
|                                               |
| Heruga- A fire type dog Pokémon of the evil   |
| type. It has many strong attacks, so make sure|
| you have a water Pokémon handy.               |
|                                               |
| ----------------------------------------------|
| Final Trainer: Lance                          |
|                                               |
| Gyrados- A Dragon and flying type Pokémon,    |
| gyrados is extremely weak to  electric type   |
| attacks. If not, any slash or bite attack will|
| take longer, but it will have to do.          |
|                                               |
| Dragonite- An extremely strong Pokémon, and it|
| doesn't make you feel any better to know that |
| he has three of them. Use an ice attack, or   |
| again, a slash.                               |
|                                               |
| Dragonite- Use the same strategy as you used  |
| the previous dragonite.                       |
|                                               |
| Dragonite- Again, use the same strategy you   |
| on the previous two Dragonites.               |
|                                               |
| Aerodactyl- A very powerful Pokémon, again    |
| with the hyperbeam attack. Use a water,       |
| electric, or ice attack to defeat this flying |
| rock.                                         |
|                                               |
| Charizard- Lance's Charizard will have a Hyper|
| beam attack, as well as fire attacks. Be quick|
| because this Pokémon is very powerful.        |
------------------------------------------------|
        
        After defeating the Orange League Trainers, you've beaten the first
half of the game. A very impatient news reporter comes, and expects you to
"do" an interview with you. Finally, Lance will become impatient and take
you into the next room to be inducted into the hall of fame while the news
reporter lady paces back and fourth saying "What about my interview!" The
credits will roll, while playing some snappy music, and finally the game will
say the end. Don't turn your Gameboy off yet, the game isn't over.

        There is no more fighting your rival at the end of the game....well
at least yet. The game isn't over yet!

        After the credits finish rolling, go into Prof. Utsugi's lab. He will
give you a boat ticket! Take that ticket back to the town with the light 
house and where you got strength. Go south, until you reach a house that 
takes you down to a docking bay. Here you can get on the boat. Once on the 
boat, you will fight many trainers. Fight them all, it is fun. Afterwards,
you will talk to a guy in a room that looks like he works on the ship. Talk 
to him, and he will leave the room. When you get off the boat, you will find
yourself in Vermillion City!
        
        Feel free to look around a little bit. You see the gym looks pretty
much the same and the Pokémon club is also still there. However, this time,
the city has a giant snorlax blocking the path to Diglett's Cave. First, heal
your Pokémon. Now, go get the Ultra Rod from the fishing man. Now it is time
to go and face Lt. Surge.
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| Gym Leader: Lt. Surge                         |
| For: Orange Badge                             |
|                                               |
| Raichu- Lt. Surges most powerful, Raichu likes|
| to use strong electric attacks. A strong rock |
| or ground type Pokémon should be enough to    |
| beat it.                                      |
|                                               |
| Magneton- Lt. Surges most annoying Pokémon,   |
| Magneton uses it's speed and cheap attacks to |
| win the match. Once again, use another strong |
| rock or ground type Pokémon to win.           |
|                                               |             
| Electabuzz- A strong and fast Pokémon, that,  |
| like Raichu uses strong electric attacks. It  |
| is a pure electric type Pokémon, so rock or   |
| ground with an ice move, maybe a Kabuto or    |
| Kabutops will be perfect.                     |
|                                               |
| Electrode- A weak, but fast electric Pokémon, |
| Electrode won't really be much of a challange | 
| for you. Use an ice or rock type              |
|                                               |          
| Electrode- Use the same strategy as you used  |
| on the previuos Electrode to beat it.         |             
-------------------------------------------------
        
        After easily defeating Lt. Surge, it is time to go to Saffron City.
Once you get to Saffron City, you'll notice that Silph. Co. Has been blocked
off by a guard who won't let you go upstairs. Anyway, we aren't worrying 
about Silph. Co. right now. We are worrying about your tenth badge right now.
You have to fight Sabrina. After all these years, she is still working as a
Pokémon Gym Leader. Her gym is exactly the same, and the trainers are still 
there. This time, it is harder to avoid gym trainers in her gym, because 
they are constantly looking in all different directions. They also have a 
longer sight range. You should fight them anyway. Sabrina has a new look, but
she doesn't look entirely different like some other trainers will further in 
the game.
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| Gym Leader: Sabrina                           |
| For: Gold Badge                               |
|                                               |
| Mr.Mime- An easy, but annoying Pokémon,       |
| Mr.Mime will like to mimic your attacks and   |
| minimize itself during battle.                |              
|                                               |
| Alakazam- A Very powerful, but also very weak |
| defensive Pokémon, Alakazam uses pure psychic |
| moves, so be careful.                         |
|                                               |              
| Eifi- Another weak Pokémon, maybe a little bit|
| stronger, Eifi will also use psychic attacks, |
| so be careful.                                |                  
-------------------------------------------------

        She is even easier than Lt. Surge, but not the easiest trainer in the
world. 

	Befor anything, go to the power plant near Cerulean City. 
You will have to surf to get there. Inside the Power Plant, talk
to everybody. When you are leaving, someone will say something 
to you. Leave the power Plant.

        Now you have to go to Cerulian City. When you get there, 
you will notice that the place looks pretty much the same. However, 
when you go into Misty's gym, you'll notice that the gym is empty. 
A Team Rocket trainer will bump into you and leave. After you leave 
the gym, go north. You will be going in the direction where Bill's 
lighthouse used to be. You will fight the Rocket Trainer you met in 
the gym and he will confess to you after you beat him that he hid 
something in the Cerulian City gym.

        Take the piece that you got from the gym and go to what 
used to be the power plant in older Pokémon games. The person here 
will thank you and give you a TM, and you are now eligible for a 
radio upgrade. Go back to Lavander town and go in the radio station. 
The man standing looking at the wall will give you a radio upgrade, 
which allows you to awaken the Snorlax.

        It isn't over yet. Now you must go to Vermillion City, and 
enter the Pokémon Lovers Club. A man sitting at the table will give 
you his Pokémon doll that was sitting next to him. Remember copycat 
from Saffron City in Red,Blue, Yellow, and Green? She of course 
still loves dolls, and does a really creepy impression of you, but 
when you bring her the doll, she will give you an item that will 
allow you to travel between the two maps much easier.

        Go back to the gym. In the little pool in the middle, you will find
what the trainer was talking about, a missing part that belongs to the power
station in the left upper corner. When you reach what used to be Bill's 
lighthouse, you will find Misty, and she will be smooching, as quoted from
Pokémon Zero. She will then return to her gym, suprised from what just 
happened. Don't surf in the waters to get it. It is in the upper right hand 
area which can be obtained without ever going into the water.

        When you return to her gym, you will see that she is no piece of cake
like the last two gyms were. Misty is not to hard. 

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| Gym Leader: Misty                             |
| For:                                          |
|                                               |
| Golduck- Has Misty finally evolved her        |
| Psyduck? It appears so. Golduck will have some|
| strong water attacks, so use an electric or   |
| grass type to defeat it.                      |
|                                               |                                     
| Nuo- Evolved from Upaa, Nuo doesn't really put|
| up too much of a fight. Once again, a grass or|
| electric type will save the day.              |
|                                               |                                        
| Lapras- Being a little harder, and more       |
| diffucult to defeat if you have a special type|
| Pokémon, Lapras is unfourtanetly a psychic and|
| water type. A long battle will take place, and|
| an electric Pokémon should win the battle.    |
|                                               |                                       
| Starmie- Another psychic and water type, but  |
| it has recover, which you'll learn becomes    |
| extremely annoying. Use a grass or electric   |
| type once again to defeat it.                 |
-------------------------------------------------

        After you defeat Misty, you can now get your 12th badge from Erika.
So go to Celadon City. You can play slots here, and the big PokTmart is also
still here. If you go in the back of the house, you won't get an Eevee, and
a floor has been cut off of the place. You can go around front of the same
building and still look at the programmers things.

        Now it is time to fight Erika.
-------------------------
| Gym Leader: Erika     |
| For: Rainbow Badge    |
| Tangela               |
| Victreebell           |
| Vileplume             |
| Kireihana             |
-------------------------
        
        After defeating Erika, you now must take the Bicycle path down the
trail. When you reach the bottom, you will go right and end up in Fushia 
City. The town is almost perfect...Until you find out that the Safari Zone
has been removed! Go in the houses and talk to the people. Now you can get 
your 13th badge! The leader in this gym is obviously not Koga. She will
use Poision and Bug types, just like Koga did.
-------------------------
| Gym Leader: Anzu      |
| For: ?                |
| Kurobatto             |
| Ariadosu              |
| Weezing               |
| Weezing               |
| Venomoth              |
-------------------------

        After defeating her, It is time to awaken the Snorlax that blocks 
your path.
        
        Using your upgraded radio, fly back to Vermillion City, and go to the
Snorlax. Tune into the second to last station, and push A. The music will 
begin to play. When the music begins to play, return to the game and talk to
the Snorlax. It will wake up, and like before, attack in a grumpy manner.

        The Snorlax is a great Pokémon to catch. It heals itself after every 
move it does, and when it rests, it will do a very harmful attack. It also
still has headbutt. It will also learn Hyper Beam at level 57! However, the 
fact that it slightly heals itself after every attack, even while sleeping,
makes this Pokémon very diffucult to catch. I finally used my Master Ball
equivelent. It was well used. 

        After the battle with Snorlax, go in the cave that was blocked by it.
You are in Diglett's Cave. You may catch a Diglett if you want. Dugtrio's 
also randomly appear.

        When you come out of the cave, you will find yourself just South of 
Pewter City. Brock is the gym leader here.
-------------------------
| Gym Leader: Brock     |
| For: ?                |
| Graveler              |
| Onix                  |
| Rhyhorn               |
| Omastar               |
| Kabutops              |
-------------------------

        After defeating Brock, go east to Mt. Moon. When you get to Mt. Moon,
you will encounter your rival for the first time in a long time. This may or
may not be the final time you battle her, but she is strong, and she appears
to be going somwhere important after you defeat her. Go upstairs, and into
the house. Face the man. Tune into the same frequency you tuned into
for Snorlax. This is supposedly a way to obtain Serebii, but has not
been proven.

you'll need to go south. You can try to stop 
at the Viridian City gym, but no one is there...At least now. 
Instead, go south, until you reach Pallet Town. Go inside Prof. 
Oak's Lab and talk to him. He will tell you to go face the Seafoam 
Island Gym leader, because Cinnibar Island no longer has people 
living on it. Talk to Professor Oak's mputer also.

        Surf to Cinnibar Island anyway, and talk to the mysterious person 
here. He will shoot up into the sky and leave. Could that have been Gary Oak?

        Keep surfing to Seafoam Island, fighting trainers along the way, and
eventually you'll get there. Inside the place, you'll meet up with Blane.
-------------------------
| Gym Leader: Blane     |
| For: ?                |
| Magakarugo            |
| Rapidash              |
| Magmar                |
-------------------------

        After defeating Blane, you should return to Pallet Town and talk to
Prof. Oak again. He will tell you to go to the Viridian City gym. Go North, 
heading for the gym, and fight any missed trainers. Finally, when you get to
the gym, you will see that it is no longer empty. There is one person in 
here, and his name is.......Gary!
-------------------------
| Gym Leader: Gary      |
| For: ?                |
| Pidgeot               |
| Alakazam              |
| Exeguttor             |
| Rhydon                |
| Arcanine              |
| Gyrados               |
-------------------------

        Gary is not so easy. He may take numerous tries to beat. Use a good
strategy, but remember, unless you know Japanese, there is no way of telling 
what Pokémon he will use next, for every trainer uses Pokémon in different 
orders.

        After you beat Gary, you now have 16 badges! It isn't over yet. go
back to Pallet Town and talk to Professor Oak. He will tell you that there is
something related to Pokémon that is sure to suprise in the mountains.

        Once again, go back to Viridian City, but head west, and go to where
Pokémon League used to be. When you enter the building, keep going west, and
go out the door. You will now be in the mountains that Prof. Oak was talking
about. The Pokémon here are extremely strong. There is a Pokémon Center here
also which also allows you to fly back here at any given time.

        Eventually, you will come across a cave in which you need Flash to 
see. Collect the items here and make your way through the cave. The final 
room in the cave will hold none other than the famous Pokémon Trainer Ash
Ketchum himself! Talk to him, he will not say anything. You will just begin
battling him.
------------------------------------------------|
| Final Battle: Ash Ketchum                     |
| For: Bragging Rights                          |
|                                               |
| Pikachu- Lv. 81- A rock type Pokémon such as  |
| an expirenced Donphan should be able to take  |
| out Pikachu easily.                           |
|                                               |
| Efi- Lv. 79- A psychic evolution of Eevee that|
| is one of the hardest Pokémon Ash will use.   |
| have something good or it's Psychic moves can |
| easily take out any of your Pokémon quickly.  |
|                                               |
| Blastiose- Lv. 77- I had the final showdown   |
| between the Blastoise and my Odairu, used     |
| Slash, and knocked out the Blastoise with only|
| a little bit of trouble.                      |
|                                               |
| Venusaur- Lv. 77- Constantly takes advantage  |
| of being a grass type by using Solar Beam and |
| Razor Leaf.                                   |
|                                               |
| Charizard- An easy Pokémon. If you have a     |
| water type, he/she should be very easy to     |
| defeat.                                       |
|                                               |
| Snorlax- Lv. 79-Possibly Ash's hardest Pokémon| 
|  He constantly heals himself and uses very    |
|  stong moves. Good luck!                      |
-------------------------------------------------

        After you defeat Ash, the credits will roll. 
Congradulations, you have completely beaten the game! Every couple 
of days, Ash will return to the mountain if you want to rematch him 
or just get plain old experience.


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| 5. Routes 1-29 and the Aqua-Gou						          |
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        After achieving all eight badges, and defeating the orange 
leage, you will be able to go to the old world, that was once only 
able to go to in the Previous versions of the Pokémon games. Fly 
back to the town where you got your 6th badge, or the one with the
really tall lighthouse in which you had to get the gym leader to 
come down from. Go south. You will be able to board Aqua-gou, and 
fight Pokémon trainers while waiting. Make sure you are healed 
before you go here, for there is no Pokémon treatment center on the 
boat. 

        Eventually, you will arrive at Vermillion city. A lot of the 
music has been remixed to almost sound like the old games. Here, you 
can fight Lt. Surge, Misty, Erika, Sabrina, A new trainer at Koga's 
gym, Brock and even Ash Ketchum himself! Sure this section tells you 
how to get to routes 1-29, but the walkthrough section will tell you 
exactly what to do when you get there.

        You can go back on the Aqua-gou anytime you want, but you may 
not know how to get off of the boat. Well before I thought it was a 
specified amount of time you had to wait to get off, but I now know 
that you can goto sleep in the bed at your room and when you wake up, 
you'll be able to leave.

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| 6. The TM and HM List									  |
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       Not all of the TM's are here, but I have gotten a hold of a 
list. The numbers to the right of the TM are the digits you can use 
if you use a Gameshark. Use the Gameshark codes with the Item Modifier 
code.

1.  Explosive Punch     71
2.  Slam                72
3.  ?????               73   
4.  Body Slam           74
5.  Roar                75
6.  Toxic               76
7.  Thunder Ball        77
8.  Rock Smash          78
9.  ?????               79
10. Spin Ball           7A 
11. Eruption            7B
12. De-Accuracy         7C
13. Snore               7D
14. Blizzard            7E
15. Hyper Beam          7F
16. Numbing Wind        80
17. Barrier             81
18. Acid Rain           82
19. Giga Drain          83
20. Defend              84
21. ?????               85
22. Solar Beam          86
23. Iron Tail           87
24. Dragon Blizzard     88
25. Thunder             89
26. Earthquake          8A
27. Splash tackle       8B
28. Dig                 8C
29. Psychic             8D
30. Shadow Ball         8E
31. Sand Hell           8F
32. Double Team         90
33. Ice Punch           91
34. Confuse Breath      92
35. Sleeptalk           93
36. Demon Bubble        94
37. Meteor Shower       95
38. Fire Blast          96
39. Swift               97
40. Fire Curl           98
41. Thunder Punch       99
42. Delayed Psychic     9A
43. Dodge               9B
44. Rest                9C
45. Mellow Mellow       9D
46. Pay Day             9E
47. Iron Wing           9F
48. Fire Punch          A0
49. Mega Slash          A1
50. Nightmare           A2


HM01-Cut
HM02-Fly
HM03-Surf
HM04-Strength
HM05-Flash
HM06-Whirlpool
HM07-Waterfall

        If you know the TM list for Pokémon Gold and Silver, e-mail me it and
I will give you credit for it and post it up.

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| 7. Gameshark Codes									  |
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        Ok, I am going to cut right to the chase, I don't know if these 
codes will work witht the American versions of the game and I also don't
know if all of the codes you see here are safe or compatible with the 
Japanese Version of the games. You can use these codes whenever you want, but
I encourage you to beat the game before you go and cheat on it. Use these 
codes at your own risk!!!

Note: These codes were tested for Gold Version ONLY. If you use the same code
for Silver Version, the item or Pokémon may be different.

Item Modifier Slot 1 -          01??ABD5
Infinite Item Slot 1 -          0163ACD5

Item Codes:         
08 Moon Stone  
16 Fire Stone  
17 Thunder Stone  
18 Water Stone  
22 Leaf Stone  
70 Solar Stone
A9 Unknown Stone


0F Max Potion  
0E Full Restore  
3A\
3B >- Various Fishing rods
3D/   
36 Bicycle  

10=Restores 200 HP
07=Bicycle
20=Rare Candy

Master Ball Slot 1 -            0101F0D5
TM Modifier Slot 1 -            01??8ED5 
Infinite TM Slot 1 -            01638FD5
Infinite Money -                010F66D5, 014267D5, 013F68D5
Catch any Pokemon -             91??DFD0
Replace the ?? with the corresponding number to the Pokémon you want to fight

01-Bulbasaur 
02-Ivysaur 
03-Venusaur 
04-Charmander 
05-Charmeleon 
06-Charizard 
07-Squirtle 
08-Wartortle 
09-Blasttoise 
0A-Caterpie 
0B-Metapod
0C-Butterfree 
0D-Weedle 
0E-Kakuna 
0F-Beedrill 
10-Pidgey 
11-Pidgeotto 
12-Pidgeot 
13-Rattata
14-Raticate
15-Spearow
16-Fearow 
17-Ekans 
18-Arbok 
19-Pikachu 
1A-Raichu 
1B-Sandshrew 
1C-Sandslash 
1D-Nidoran (F) 
1E-Nidorina 
1F-Nidoqueen 
20-Nidoran male
21-Nidorino 
22-Nidoking 
23-Clefairy
24-Clefable 
25-Vulpix 
26-Ninetails 
27-Jigglypuff 
28-Wigglytuff 
29-Zubat 
2A-Golbat 
2B-Oddish
2C-Gloom 
2D-Vileplume 
2E-Paras 
2F-Parasect 
30-Venonat 
31-Venomoth 
32-Diglett
33-Dugtrio 
34-Meowth 
35-Persian 
36-Psyduck 
37-Golduck 
38-Mankey 
39-Primeape 
3A-Growlithe 
3B-Arcanine 
3C-Poliwag 
3D-Poliwhirl 
3E-Poliwrath 
3F-Abra 
40-Kadabra 
41-Alakazam 
42-Machop 
43-Machoke 
44-Machamp 
45-Bellsprout 
46-Weepinbell 
47-Victreebell 
48-Ventacool 
49-Tentacruel 
4A-Geodude 
4B-Graveler 
4C-Golem 
4D-Ponyta 
4E-Rapidash 
4F-Slowpoke 
50-Slowbro 
51-Magnemite 
52-Magneton 
53-Farfetch'd 
54-Doduo 
55-Dodrio 
56-Seel 
57-Dewgong 
58-Grimer 
59-Muk 
5A-Shellder 
5B-Cloyster 
5C-Gastly 
5D-Haunter 
5E-Gengar 
5F-Onix 
60-Drowzee 
61-Hypno 
62-Krabby 
63-Kingler 
64-Voltorb 
65-Electrode 
66-Exeggcute 
67-Exeggcutor 
68-Cubone 
69-Marowak 
6A-Hitmonlee 
6B-Hitmonchan 
6C-Lickitung 
6D-Koffing 
6E-Weezing 
6F-Rhyhorn 
70-Rhydon 
71-Chansey 
72-Tangela 
73-Kangaskhan 
74-Horsea 
75-Seadra 
76-Goldeen 
77-Seaking 
78-Staryu 
79-Starmie 
7a-Mr. mime 
7b-Scyther 
7c-Jynx 
7d-Electabuzz 
7e-Magmar 
7f-Pinsir 
80-Tauros 
81-Magikarp 
82-Gyarados 
83-Lapras 
84-Ditto 
85-Eevee 
86-Vaporeon 
87-Jolteon 
88-Flareon 
89-Porygon 
8A-Omanyte 
8B-Omastar 
8C-Kabuto 
8D-Kabutops 
8E-Aerodactyl 
8F-Snorlax 
90-Articunno 
91-Zapdos 
92-Moltres 
93-Dratini 
94-Dragonair 
95-Dragonite 
96-Mewtwo 
97-Mew 
98-Chikorita 
99-Beifru 
9A-Meganiumi 
9B-Hinorashi 
9C-Magnumarashi 
9D-Bakufun 
9E-Waninoko 
9F-Arigeitsu 
A0-Odairu 
A1-Otachi 
A2-Ootachi 
A3-Hoohoo
A4-Yorunozuku 
A5-Redeiba 
A6-Redeian 
A7-Itomaru 
A8-Araidosu 
A9-Kuroba 
AA-Choncchi 
AB-Rantan 
AC-Pichu 
AD-Pi 
AE-Pupurin 
AF-Togepi 
B0-Togechikku 
B1-Neitei 
B2-Neiteio 
B3-Meripu 
B4-Mokoko 
B5-Denryuu 
B6-Kirehana 
B7-Marill
B8-Mariruri 
B9-Usokki 
BA-Myorotono 
BB-Hane 
BC-Popo 
BD-Watakko 
BE-Eipamu 
BF-Himanattsu 
C0-Kimawari 
C1-Yanyanma 
C2-Upa 
C3-Nuo 
C4-Efui 
C5-Burakki 
C6-Yamikarasu 
C7-Yadokingu 
C8-Muuma 
C9-Annon 
CA-Sonansu 
CB-Kinriki 
CC-Kunugidama 
CD-Fuoretosu 
CE-Nokocchi 
CF-Guraiga 
D0-Haganeru 
D1-Snubble
D2-Guanburu 
D3-Harisen 
D4-Hassamu
D5-Tsubotsubo
D6-Heraherakuroso 
D7-Nyura 
D8-Himeguma 
D9-Ringuma 
DA-Magumaggu 
DB-Magukarugo 
DC-Urimu 
DD-Inomu 
DE-Sanigo 
DF-Teppouo 
E0-Okutan 
E1-Dribado 
E2-Maintain 
E3-Eamudo 
E4-Derubiru 
E5-Heruga 
E6-Kingudoru 
E7-Gomazou 
E8-Donphan
E9-Porygon2 
EA-Odushishi 
EB-Doburu 
EC-Baruki 
ED-Kapoera 
EE-Muchura 
EF-Elekidd 
F0-Bubii 
F1-Mirutanku 
F2-Hapinasu 
F3-Raiku
F4-Entei 
F5-Suikun
F6-Yogirasu
F7-Sanagirasu
F8-Bangirasu 
F9-Lugia 
FA-Houou
FB-Serebeii
FD-Egg

Always battle Golden Pokémon (Example: Gold Gyarados)
01070BD1

Raise Multiple Levels From A Battle 
01**28D1

Change Trainer's Pokémon Level
01**3AD0

Alter Wild Pokemon Level
91**EED0

** Key:
01 - Level 1
64 - Level 100
FF - Level 255

No Random Battles
010065D5

Have All 16 Badges
01FF6FD5 & 01FF70D5

Item 1 Modifier
01**ABD5

Infinite Item 1
0163ACD5

Item 2 Modifier
01**ADD5

Infinite Item 2
0163AED5

Item 3 Modifier
01**AFD5

Infinite Item 3
0163B0D5

Item 4 Modifier
01**B1D5

Infinite Item 4
0163B2D5

Item 5 Modifier
01**B3d5

Infinite Item 5
0163B4D5

Item 6 Modifier
01**B5D5

Infinite Item 6
0163B6D5

Item 7 Modifier
01**B7d5

Infinite Item 7
0163B8D5

Item 8 Modifier
01**B9D5

Infinite Item 8
0163BAD5

Item 9 Modifier
01**BBD5

Infinite Item 9
0163BCD5

Item 10 Modifier
01**BDD5

Infinite Item 10
0163BED5

** Key:

01 Masterball
02 Ultra Ball
03 Light Powder
04 Great Ball
05 Pokeball
07 Bike
08 Moon Stone
09 Antidote
0A Burn Heal
0B Ice Heal
0C Awakening
0D Paralyze Heal
0E Full Restore
0F Max Potion
10 Hyper Potion
11 Super Potion
12 Potion
13 Escape Rope
14 Repel
15 Max Elither
16 Fire Stone
17 Thunder Stone
18 Water Stone
1A Hp Up
1B Protein
1C Iron
1D Carbos
1F Calcium
20 Rare Candy
21 Dire Hit
22 Leaf Stone
23 Metal Powder
24 Gold Nugget
25 Pokedoll
26 Full Heal
27 Revive
28 Max Revive
29 Guard Spec.
2A Super Repel
2B Max Repel
2C X Accuracy
2E Fresh Water
2F Soda Pop
30 Lemonade
31 X Power
33 X Defend
34 X Speed
35 X Special
36 Coin Case
37 Item Finder
39 Exp. All
3A Old Rod
3B Good Rod
3C Silver Leaf
3D Super Rod
3E PP Up
3F Elixer
40 Max Ether
41 Ether
44 Boat Ticket
45 Weird Egg
48 Moo Moo Milk
4A Antidote Nut
4B Gold Leaf
4E Paralyze Nut
4F Burn Heal Nut
50 Freeze Heal Nut
55 Red Materials
56 Small Mushroom
57 Big Mushroom
59 Blue Materials
5C Gold Materials
5D Green Materials
61 White Materials
62 Black Sash
63 Black Materials
65 Pink Materials
68 Pink Ribbon
6E Pearl
6F Big Pearl
7E Lucky Egg
7F Card Key
8B Nut Juice
8F Metal Coat
96 Weird Nut
9D Heavy Ball
9E Flower Pattern Mail
9F Level Ball
A0 Lure Ball
A1 Speed Ball
A4 Friend Ball
A5 Moon Ball
A6 Love Ball
A9 Solar Stone
AA Polka-Dot Ribbon
AC Upgrade
AF Squirtle Water
B1 Park Ball
B5 Surf Mail
B6 Water Mail

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| 8. Frequently Asked Questions								  |
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        These are actual e-mails I get from people. I try my 
hardest to answer their questions as best I can, and if I 
recieve an e-mail about a question that is answered in this 
section, I will most likely ignore it.

Q: Where and how do I get the 'Squirtle Water'?

A: You can get the squirtle water from the most extreme north
eastern house in the town where you get your normal badge. A 
lady in the house will give it to you.


Q: What do the little symbols mean that are next to your 
Pokémon? You can't deposit these Pokémon at all!

A: These symbols have different meanings. Some mean the Pokémon 
will automaticly heal itself when wounded in battle, while some 
heal battle status. Some, however, mean that the Pokémon cannot 
be deposited until traded to another version. This happens with 
King's Symbol, and upgrades.


Q: How do I get the radio? I've heard about the upgraded radio, 
but I don't even have the first one!

A: To get the radio, go to the place that Team Rocket will or 
has taken over and walk up to the girl on the far right standing 
behind the counter. Talkto her and answer yes, yes, yes, no, yes, 
no. Appearantly, I had this information before, I just didn't 
remember what it did, so I forgot about it.

Q: How do I solve the first ice maze?

A: This question was answered above in this strategy guide. 
This was the first strategy guide that tells you exactly how to 
solve it. Your welcome.


Q: I don't know how to withdraw and deposit Pokémon, can you 
help me?

A: Try going to the first option, to log onto the PC, then 
going to the  fourth option, or one that has the most writing, 
from here, you have to do it all the hard way. On some games, 
Pokémon are lost trying to be deposited or withdrawn. Why? I 
don't know!


Q: What are Togepi and Togechikku's moves?

A: Togepi will learn Metronome at level 8, however, no other 
good moves (ones that you can actually attack with) until 
Togechikku reaches level 38. It will learn an attack much 
similar to Take Down.


Q: How do I awaken the Snorlax that blocks me from entering the 
cave in Vermillion city?
A: Get a radio upgrade from the man in Lavander town who is 
standing in the building. You'll have to find a missing tool in 
Misty's gym first in order to do this.

Q: Where is Misty?

A: Go to Bill's lighthouse, and enter. Misty will be in love 
with someone, and when they see you, they both run off. Misty 
will return to her gym, and you can fight her from there. Make 
sure you get the missing part in her gym!


Q: Where can I get a lot of expirence?

A: I recently was going through Viridian City when I came across 
a building that had a basement. When I went to the basement, I 
was able to fight a clone of myself. I killed the first Pokemon 
he used, a level 49 Kakuna, and then he sent out Venusaur. 
Donphan killed it in one hit. Then my clone sent out a Rhydon. 
He sends out more Pokémon as well, but my game freezes when I get
up to this point.


Q: Is it possible to catch Pikachu and Marrill in this game?

A: Of course it is. Your PokTdex can easily tell you how to 
find these Pokémon, but I will tell you anyway. Pikachu can be 
caught just above Viridian city, and below Pewter City. Just 
south of what is left of the Viridian forest, you will see a 
patch of grass. Here you can catch Pikachu, both male and female
gender. Maril is caught in caves east of Asagi, or the town with 
the ghost gym.


Q: How do I get other evolutionary Pokémon from before like 
Kirehana?

A: Using different stones on other Pokémon cause different 
things to happen. For instance, using a leaf stone on Gloom 
will evolve it into Vileplume, but if you use the *unknown* 
stone on it, it will evolve into Bellosom.


Q: WHERE IN THE WORLD DO I FIND TM08?!?!

A: As I said it before, it is directly east of whrere Usokki 
used to be. A fat person standing there will give it to you.
I hope this clears up all those questions I have been 
answering about this.

Q: Can I use this Strategy Guide on my website?
A: Unless you are a professional, well reconized website, you 
can link to my strategy guide from a webpage I will e-mail you.
Do not link from the place you are reading now. Linking from 
this website is totally illegal.

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| 9. Breeding										  |
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        Breeding is one of the main key features of Pokémon Gold and Silver,
and it's definetly something that makes it stand out from the rest. Breeding
also opens up new possibilites, and can help you recieve an endless supply of
rare Pokémon. But perhaps the best thing about breeding is that is not only
helps you tremendously, it opens up a whole new world of evolution. Brand 
new 'pre-evolution' Pokémon are being discovered, and it's only the 
beginning.
        
        To breed Pokémon, go to the town in which you acuired your third 
badge, the one with Mirutanku the cow Pokémon. Go south from this town until
you come across a house. Inside, an old man and woman take care of Pokémon 
and even run own their own breeding farm! Give a male version of a Pokémon to 
the man, and a female Pokémon to the woman. Leave and walk around or do 
something for a while. When you come back, the man will be standing outside
and he will give you an egg. You can also get your Pokémon back. After a 
certian amount of steps, the egg will hatch and you will have a brand new 
Pokémon on level 5!

Pre-evoultions newly discovered:
Pichu --------> Pikachu
Pii ----------> Clefairy
Elekidd ------> Electabuzz
Puprin -------> Jigglypuff
Bubii --------> Magmar
Muchuru ------> Jynx


	So, you're probablly wondering who can breed with who. Well, this part will tell 
you everything you need to know, my friend.


001 Bulbasaur

Bulbasaur 
Ivysaur 
 Venusaur 
Charmander 
Charmeleon 
Charizard 
Squirtle 
Wartortle 
Blastoise 
Nidoran(f) 
Nidoran(m) 
Nidorino 
Nidoking 
Oddish 
Gloom 
Vileplume 
Paras 
Parasect 
Bellsprout 
Weepingbell 
Victreebel 
Slowpoke 
Slowbro 
Exeggcute 
Exeggutor 
Cubone 
Marowak 
Lickitung 
Rhyhorn 
Rhydon 
Tangela 
Kangaskhan 
Lapras 
Snorlax 
Chikorita 
Bayleef 
Meganium 
Totodile 
Croconaw 
Feraligator 
Mareep 
Mokoko 
Denryuu 
Bellossom 
Hoppip 
Popokko 
Watakko 
Haimnattsu 
Sunflora 
Slowking 
Yoogirasu 
Sanagirasu 
Bangirasu


002 Ivysaur

Bulbasaur 
Ivysaur 
 Venusaur 
Charmander 
Charmeleon 
Charizard 
Squirtle 
Wartortle 
Blastoise 
Nidoran(f) 
Nidoran(m) 
Nidorino 
Nidoking 
Oddish 
Gloom 
Vileplume 
Paras 
Parasect 
Bellsprout 
Weepingbell 
Victreebel 
Slowpoke 
Slowbro 
Exeggcute 
Exeggutor 
Cubone 
Marowak 
Lickitung 
Rhyhorn 
Rhydon 
Tangela 
Kangaskhan 
Lapras 
Snorlax 
Chikorita 
Bayleef 
Meganium 
Totodile 
Croconaw 
Feraligator 
Mareep 
Mokoko 
Denryuu 
Bellossom 
Hoppip 
Popokko 
Watakko 
Haimnattsu 
Sunflora 
Slowking 
Yoogirasu 
Sanagirasu 
Bangirasu


003 Venusaur

Bulbasaur 
Ivysaur 
 Venusaur 
Charmander 
Charmeleon 
Charizard 
Squirtle 
Wartortle 
Blastoise 
Nidoran(f) 
Nidoran(m) 
Nidorino 
Nidoking 
Oddish 
Gloom 
Vileplume 
Paras 
Parasect 
Bellsprout 
Weepingbell 
Victreebel 
Slowpoke 
Slowbro 
Exeggcute 
Exeggutor 
Cubone 
Marowak 
Lickitung 
Rhyhorn 
Rhydon 
Tangela 
Kangaskhan 
Lapras 
Snorlax 
Chikorita 
Bayleef 
Meganium 
Totodile 
Croconaw 
Feraligator 
Mareep 
Mokoko 
Denryuu 
Bellossom 
Hoppip 
Popokko 
Watakko 
Haimnattsu 
Sunflora 
Slowking 
Yoogirasu 
Sanagirasu 
Bangirasu


004 Charmander

Bulbasaur 
Ivysaur 
 Venusaur 
Charmander 
Charmeleon 
Charizard 
Squirtle 
Wartortle 
Blastoise 
Ekans 
Arbok 
Nidoran(f) 
Nidoran(m) 
Nidorino 
Nidoking 
Slowpoke 
Slowbro 
Cubone 
Marowak 
Lickitung 
Rhyhorn 
Rhydon 
Kangaskhan 
Horsea 
Seadra 
Magikarp 
Gyarados 
Lapras 
Snorlax 
Dratini 
Dragonair 
Dragonite 
Chikorita 
Bayleef 
Meganium 
Totodile 
Croconaw 
Feraligatr 
Mareep 
Mokoko 
Denryuu 
Slowking 
Kingdra 
Yoogirasu 
Sanagirasu 
Bangirasu


004 Charmeleon

Bulbasaur 
Ivysaur 
 Venusaur 
Charmander 
Charmeleon 
Charizard 
Squirtle 
Wartortle 
Blastoise 
Ekans 
Arbok 
Nidoran(f) 
Nidoran(m) 
Nidorino 
Nidoking 
Slowpoke 
Slowbro 
Cubone 
Marowak 
Lickitung 
Rhyhorn 
Rhydon 
Kangaskhan 
Horsea 
Seadra 
Magikarp 
Gyarados 
Lapras 
Snorlax 
Dratini 
Dragonair 
Dragonite 
Chikorita 
Bayleef 
Meganium 
Totodile 
Croconaw 
Feraligatr 
Mareep 
Mokoko 
Denryuu 
Slowking 
Kingdra 
Yoogirasu 
Sanagirasu 
Bangirasu


005 Charizard

Bulbasaur 
Ivysaur 
 Venusaur 
Charmander 
Charmeleon 
Charizard 
Squirtle 
Wartortle 
Blastoise 
Ekans 
Arbok 
Nidoran(f) 
Nidoran(m) 
Nidorino 
Nidoking 
Slowpoke 
Slowbro 
Cubone 
Marowak 
Lickitung 
Rhyhorn 
Rhydon 
Kangaskhan 
Horsea 
Seadra 
Magikarp 
Gyarados 
Lapras 
Snorlax 
Dratini 
Dragonair 
Dragonite 
Chikorita 
Bayleef 
Meganium 
Totodile 
Croconaw 
Feraligatr 
Mareep 
Mokoko 
Denryuu 
Slowking 
Kingdra 
Yoogirasu 
Sanagirasu 
Bangirasu


006 Squirtle

Bulbasaur 
Ivysaur 
Venusaur 
Charmander 
Charmeleon 
Charizard 
Squirtle 
Wartortle 
Blastoise 
Nidoran(f) 
Nidoran(m) 
Nidorino 
Nidoking 
Psyduck 
Golduck 
Poliwag 
Poliwhirl 
Poliwrath 
Slowpoke 
Slowbro 
Seel 
Dewgong 
Cubone 
Marowak 
Lickitung 
Rhyhorn 
Rhydon 
Kangaskhan 
Horsea 
Seadra 
Lapras 
Omanyte 
Omastar 
Kabuto 
Kabutops 
Snorlax 
Dratini 
Dragonair 
Dragonite 
Chikorita 
Bayleef 
Meganium 
Totodile 
Croconaw 
Feraligatr 
Mareep 
Mokoko 
Denryuu 
Marill 
Mariruri 
Nyoroton 
Upaa 
Quagsire 
Slowking 
Saniigo 
Teppouo 
Okutan 
Delibird 
Mantine 
Kingdra 
Yoogirasu 
Sanagirasu 
Bangirasu


008 Wartortle

Bulbasaur
Ivysaur 
Venusaur 
Charmander 
Charmeleon 
Charizard 
Squirtle 
Wartortle 
Blastoise 
Nidoran(f) 
Nidoran(m) 
Nidorino 
Nidoking 
Psyduck 
Golduck 
Poliwag 
Poliwhirl 
Poliwrath 
Slowpoke 
Slowbro 
Seel 
Dewgong 
Cubone 
Marowak 
Lickitung 
Rhyhorn 
Rhydon 
Kangaskhan 
Horsea 
Seadra 
Lapras 
Omanyte 
Omastar 
Kabuto 
Kabutops 
Snorlax 
Dratini 
Dragonair 
Dragonite 
Chikorita 
Bayleef 
Meganium 
Totodile 
Croconaw 
Feraligatr 
Mareep 
Mokoko 
Denryuu 
Marill 
Mariruri 
Nyoroton 
Upaa 
Quagsire 
Slowking 
Saniigo 
Teppouo 
Okutan 
Delibird 
Mantine 
Kingdra 
Yoogirasu 
Sanagirasu 
Bangirasu


009 Blastoise

Bulbasaur 
Ivysaur 
Venusaur 
Charmander 
Charmeleon 
Charizard 
Squirtle 
Wartortle 
Blastoise 
Nidoran(f) 
Nidoran(m) 
Nidorino 
Nidoking 
Psyduck 
Golduck 
Poliwag 
Poliwhirl 
Poliwrath 
Slowpoke 
Slowbro 
Seel 
Dewgong 
Cubone 
Marowak 
Lickitung 
Rhyhorn 
Rhydon 
Kangaskhan 
Horsea 
Seadra 
Lapras 
Omanyte 
Omastar 
Kabuto 
Kabutops 
Snorlax 
Dratini 
Dragonair 
Dragonite 
Chikorita 
Bayleef 
Meganium 
Totodile 
Croconaw 
Feraligatr 
Mareep 
Mokoko 
Denryuu 
Marill 
Mariruri 
Nyoroton 
Upaa 
Quagsire 
Slowking 
Saniigo 
Teppouo 
Okutan 
Delibird 
Mantine 
Kingdra 
Yoogirasu 
Sanagirasu 
Bangirasu


010 Caterpie

Caterpie 
Metapod 
Butterfree 
Weedle 
Kakuna 
Beedrill 
Paras 
Parasect 
Venonat 
Venomoth 
Scyther 
Pinsir 
Ledy Ba 
Ledian 
Spinarak 
Ariados 
Yanyanma 
Kunugidama 
Foretosu 
Gligar 
Scizor 
Tsubotsubo 
Heracross


011 Metapod

Caterpie 
Metapod 
Butterfree 
Weedle 
Kakuna 
Beedrill 
Paras 
Parasect 
Venonat 
Venomoth 
Scyther 
Pinsir 
Ledy Ba 
Ledian 
Spinarak 
Ariados 
Yanyanma 
Kunugidama 
Foretosu 
Gligar 
Scizor 
Tsubotsubo 
Heracross


012 Butterfree

Caterpie 
Metapod 
Butterfree 
Weedle 
Kakuna 
Beedrill 
Paras 
Parasect 
Venonat 
Venomoth 
Scyther 
Pinsir 
Ledy Ba 
Ledian 
Spinarak 
Ariados 
Yanyanma 
Kunugidama 
Foretosu 
Gligar 
Scizor 
Tsubotsubo 
Heracross


013 Weedle

Caterpie 
Metapod 
Butterfree 
Weedle 
Kakuna 
Beedrill 
Paras 
Parasect 
Venonat 
Venomoth 
Scyther 
Pinsir 
Ledy Ba 
Ledian 
Spinarak 
Ariados 
Yanyanma 
Kunugidama 
Foretosu 
Gligar 
Scizor 
Tsubotsubo 
Heracross


014 Kakuna

Caterpie 
Metapod 
Butterfree 
Weedle 
Kakuna 
Beedrill 
Paras 
Parasect 
Venonat 
Venomoth 
Scyther 
Pinsir 
Ledy Ba 
Ledian 
Spinarak 
Ariados 
Yanyanma 
Kunugidama 
Foretosu 
Gligar 
Scizor 
Tsubotsubo 
Heracross


015 Beedrill

Caterpie 
Metapod 
Butterfree 
Weedle 
Kakuna 
Beedrill 
Paras 
Parasect 
Venonat 
Venomoth 
Scyther 
Pinsir 
Ledy Ba 
Ledian 
Spinarak 
Ariados 
Yanyanma 
Kunugidama 
Foretosu 
Gligar 
Scizor 
Tsubotsubo 
Heracross

16 Pidgey

Pidgey 
Pidgeotto 
Pidgeotto 
Spearow 
Fearow 
Zubat 
Golbat 
Farfetch'd 
Doduo 
Dodrio 
Aerodactyl 
Hoothoot 
Noctowl 
Kurobatto 
Togechikku 
Neiti 
Netio 
Murkrow 
Eaamudo


17 Pidgeotto

Pidgey 
Pidgeotto 
Pidgeotto 
Spearow 
Fearow 
Zubat 
Golbat 
Farfetch'd 
Doduo 
Dodrio 
Aerodactyl 
Hoothoot 
Noctowl 
Kurobatto 
Togechikku 
Neiti 
Netio 
Murkrow 
Eaamudo


18 Pidgeot

Pidgey 
Pidgeotto 
Pidgeotto 
Spearow 
Fearow 
Zubat 
Golbat 
Farfetch'd 
Doduo 
Dodrio 
Aerodactyl 
Hoothoot 
Noctowl 
Kurobatto 
Togechikku 
Neiti 
Netio 
Murkrow 
Eaamudo


19 Ratatta

Rattata 
Raticate 
Ekans 
Arbok 
Pikachu 
Raichu 
Sandshrew 
Sandslash 
Nidoran(f) 
Nidoran(m) 
Nidorino 
Nidoking 
Vulpix 
Ninetales 
Diglett 
Dugtrio 
Meowth 
Persian 
Psyduck 
Golduck 
Mankey 
Primeape 
Growlithe 
Arcanine 
Ponyta 
Rapidash 
Farfetch'd 
Seel 
Dewgong 
Rhyhorn 
Rhydon 
Tauros 
Eevee 
Vaporeon 
Jolteon 
Flareon 
Cyndaquil 
Magumarashi 
Bakufuun 
Sentret 
Furret 
Mareep 
Mokoko 
Denryu 
Aipom 
Upaa 
Quagmire 
Espeon 
Burakkii 
Kirinriki 
Nokottchi 
Snubbull 
Granbull 
Nyuura 
Himeguma 
Ringuma 
Urimuu 
Inomuu 
Delibird 
Houndour 
Houndoom 
Gomazou 
Donphan 
Odoshishi 
Dooburu 
Miltank


20 Raticate

Rattata 
Raticate 
Ekans 
Arbok 
Pikachu 
Raichu 
Sandshrew 
Sandslash 
Nidoran(f) 
Nidoran(m) 
Nidorino 
Nidoking 
Vulpix 
Ninetales 
Diglett 
Dugtrio 
Meowth 
Persian 
Psyduck 
Golduck 
Mankey 
Primeape 
Growlithe 
Arcanine 
Ponyta 
Rapidash 
Farfetch'd 
Seel 
Dewgong 
Rhyhorn 
Rhydon 
Tauros 
Eevee 
Vaporeon 
Jolteon 
Flareon 
Cyndaquil 
Magumarashi 
Bakufuun 
Sentret 
Furret 
Mareep 
Mokoko 
Denryu 
Aipom 
Upaa 
Quagmire 
Espeon 
Burakkii 
Kirinriki 
Nokottchi 
Snubbull 
Granbull 
Nyuura 
Himeguma 
Ringuma 
Urimuu 
Inomuu 
Delibird 
Houndour 
Houndoom 
Gomazou 
Donphan 
Odoshishi 
Dooburu 
Miltank


21 Spearow

Pidgey 
Pidgeotto 
Pidgeotto 
Spearow 
Fearow 
Zubat 
Golbat 
Farfetch'd 
Doduo 
Dodrio 
Aerodactyl 
Hoothoot 
Noctowl 
Kurobatto 
Togechikku 
Neiti 
Netio 
Murkrow 
Eaamudo


22 Fearow

Pidgey 
Pidgeotto 
Pidgeotto 
Spearow 
Fearow 
Zubat 
Golbat 
Farfetch'd 
Doduo 
Dodrio 
Aerodactyl 
Hoothoot 
Noctowl 
Kurobatto 
Togechikku 
Neiti 
Netio 
Murkrow 
Eaamudo


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| 10. Evolution										  |
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        The evolutionary stones have finally been found and this section 
will tell you exactly how to obtain each and every one of them. They can
not be brought and you can only get them on certian days of the week. Keep
in mind that if you are using a rom that does not keep track of regular 
time, this will not work!

Go to route 25 and go into the sea cottage. Inside, you will find Bill's
grandfather. Show him the following Pokémon on the days (I do not know
exactly what days) that it'll work to recieve one evolutionary stone.

-------------------------------------------
| What you show him:  |   What you'll get:|
|-----------------------------------------|
| Vulpix              |   Fire Stone      |
| Staryu              |   Water Stone     |
| Oddish              |   Leaf Stone      |
| Pichu               |   Thunder Stone   |
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Moon Stone
 Can be found on Route 27.

Solar Stone
 Can be found when achieving First place bug catching tournament.

 Other Evolutions:

        To get Slowbro to evolve into Yadokingu, equip it with the Kings
Symbok and trade it. You get the King's Symbol from the town in which you
got your insect badge and freed the Slowpokes. After you have Rock Smash,
you will follow a new path into the cave which will lead you to the King's
Symbol

        To make Scyther evolve, equip it with the metal coat which can be
obtained on the Aqua-gou, or what everyone calls the St. Anne from the 
captain.

        To make Porygon evolve into Porygon2, equip it with the 
upgrade, and trade it to another game. You can get it in the Saffron 
City building at night from the guard blocking the stairs.

        To make your Poliwrath evolve, equip it with the Kings Symbol and
trade it to another game. You get the King's Symbol from the town in which 
you got your insect badge and freed the Slowpokes. After you have Rock Smash,
you will follow a new path into the cave which will lead you to the King's
Symbol.

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| 11. Neat Things									  |
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        This section will talk about some neat tricks in the game that do not
        fit into any of the other catagories, but are still a part of the 
        game.

        - When in the town over the sea, stop and listen to the music for 
        a while. It will start to play the music from the Blue Field in 
        Pokémon Pinball! It has been remixed and sounds pretty neat.
        
        - While we are on the topic of music from past games, if you stay at
        the scene in the beginning with either Houou or Lugia, depending on
        which version you are playing, the music will eventually play from
        that of opening scene of Pokémon Red, Blue, Green, and Yellow.

        - So far, two new Pokémon types have been introduced in this game.
        Steel and Evil are two newly discovered types.

        -Any time you need to after you truly beat the game, you can take the
        "Aqua-Gou" which is the boat you used to get to routes 1-25 in the 
        game and fight the trainers on board.

        -Have too much money, but still wanna get more? In this game, your 
        Mom will act as a 'walking bank' and she will allow you to deposit
        withdraw and do other neat things with your money. Unfourtanetly,
        there is no intrest rate so your money won't go up yearly (Haha).
        You'll even have some money from mom in there too as time passes.

        -Go east of Fushia City and catch a Chansey, go around the turn and
        up to find a patch of grass with a girl standing in it. She will 
        trade the Chansey you caught for an Aerodactyl!

        -Did you know that you can use the select button as a hot key? When
        in your bag, push the select button. Push it again to confirm it.
        Now when you are looking through pocket that the item was in and
        you push select, you will automaticly go to that item!

	-Did you know that you can face your friends anytime of the 
	day? Even if they aren't there? Here's how to do it:
	Using two Gameboy COLORS, start up the game and choose the 
	FOURTH option. This will let you and your friend trade teams,
	allowing you to fight your friend instead of your clone in
	Viridian City.

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| 12. Rare Pokémon									  |
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        It turns out that there are more rare Pokémon than you think 
there are. I have discovered the legendary cat Pokémon, and found out that
Houou and Lugia appear in different places in Gold and Silver Version. There
are also a lot more!

There are currently 8 legendary Pokémon.
059. Arcanine*
144. Articuno
145. Zapdos
146. Moltres
243. Raikou
244. Entei
245. Suikun
249. Lugia
250. Houou

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|       Houou- A legendary Bird Pokémon that was recently discovered	|
| flying through a rainbow after a gentle summer shower.**              |
| Type 1: Fire  Type 2: Flying                                          |
|                                                                       |
|	-Gold Version: Houou Lv. 40                                     |
|	In Gold Version, catching Houou should be easy. After beating 	|
| the Orange League, and clearing the event at the Radio Tower, you 	|
| will get a Rainbow feather. Return to the town in which you achieved 	|
| your Phantom Badge. A house in the northern part of the town will have|
| stairs, and you will end up following a path that will take you to the|
| top of the building and Houou will be there. Save, for Houou is a Rare|
| Pokémon, and if you don't catch it the first time, you will never get |
| a chance to fight it again.                                           |
|                                                                       |
|	-Silver Version: Houou Lv. 70                                   |
|       After beating the game, go to the old world, and get a Rainbow  |
| Feather from Pewter City. Go back to the new world, and surf over to 	|
| the islands. Go in the upper right island. Here, you will fight Houou.|
|                                                                       |
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------|
|       Lugia- A legendary Pokémon that was discovered in a cave	|
| underwater. It has powerful psychic powers that can rander any	|
| opponent unconsious.**       						|
| Type 1: Psychic  Type 2: Flying					|
|                                                                       |
|       -Gold Version: Lugia Lv. 70                                     |
|       After beating the game, go to the old world, and get a Silver   |
| Feather from the man in the eastern part of Pewter City. Go back to 	|
| the new world, and surf over to the islands. Go in the upper right 	|
| island. Here, you will fight Houou.					|
|       -Silver Version: Lugia Lv: 40         				|
|       Clear the event at the radio tower. You will recieve a Silver   | 
| Feather. Go to the islands that seperate the town where you get your  |
| steel badge and the town over the water. Lugia will be in the upper 	|
| right cave. 								|
|									|
|									|
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|                                                                       |
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| The three Legendary Cat Pokémon					|
|									|
| Pokémon Numbers 243, 244, and 245                                     |    
|       You can bring them to life from statues by using TM08 to break 	|
| the rocks in the town where you fight the ghost gym. Fall to the lower|
| level and go up the stairs. You will see three statues, and when you 	|
| are about to enter the platform they are on, they spring to life, each|
|one its own signifigant color and type, and scatter out of the cave to |
| freely roam through the world. However, once you have seen them once 	|
|and battled them, their HP will not be healed, and you will be able to |
| locate them on by using your Pokédex.     				|
|                                                                       |
|       What makes this game harder and this strategy guide look bad is |
| the fact that the only way to catch these legendary Pokémon is to find|
| them on either map. I haven't even found one of them yet. If you are  |
| having trouble finding them, there is nothing I can do to help you. 	|
| Keep trying and good luck!                				|
|                                                                       |
| Yes, you heard me right, they are cat Pokémon, not dog Pokémon. There |
| is an electric type, an Ice type, and a Fire type. (Does this remind 	|
| you of other Legendary Pokémon?)                                     	|
|                                                             		|
|       However, there is an easier way to catch these Pokémon. If you 	|
| want a strong PokTball, go to the most southern town on the new map. 	|
| Go to the nut tree next to the house. After you pick the nut, go into |
| the house, and give the old man the nut. Come back the next day to get|
| the speed ball. It acts as a very advanced ball and I think it ensures|
| a catch every time. It would make a lot of sense, considering there 	|
| are so many rare Pokémon.    						|
|									|
| Strategy for catching the Legendary Cats:				|
|	  								|    
|	  Because it is very hard to catch the Legendary Cats, because 	|
| they run away from you everytime they fight you, a strategy was 	|
| developed. To more easily catch the cats, bring along a level 39 	|
| Pokémon with you, and bring along a lot of gold spray (Super Repel). 	|
| Now go into a area, (On the West Side) and make sure you fight no 	|
| Pokémon above or equal to level 40 where you think a legendary cat 	|
| might be hiding. You will not be able to fight any Pokémon except for	|
| the cat you are looking for!			    			|
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|       Eevee- You can get unlimited amounts of Eevee's in this game. I |
| wouldn't have put this in this section, but because I recieve such 	|
| large amounts of e-mails concerning Eevee, I put it here. You can get |
| Eevee as many times as you want by going to the casino house in the   |
| town where you achieved your normal badge. Eevee costs 6,666.      	|
|                                                                      	|
| Evolving Eevee into Burakki and Effi                                  |
|       To evolve Eevee into Burakki, the evil Eevee, always use it and |
| keep it with you. Eventually, it will evolve into Burakki, an evil 	|
| type Pokémon.                                                         |
|                                                                       |
|       To evolve Eevee into Effi, always keep Eevee with you in your 	|
| team and use it a lot. Eventually, not on any particular level, it 	|
| will evolve into the Psychic type Pokémon, Effi.  			|
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------|
| Serebii								|
|									|
| 	Nothing is official yet, but it is rumored that a 'special  	|
| prize'in Pocket Pikachu Color will get you Serebii. Remember, this is |
| only a rumor. Sadly, I do not have a copy of the list that you get    |
| Pocket Pikachu Color things handy. I will find out if this is true    |
| very soon.								|
|									|
|	Rumor #2 says you can get Selebi by catching all 26 Annons and  |
| solving all four Pokémon Puzzles then playing a strange sounding song |
| on the upgraded radio. It is rumored that after you do this, you will |
| encounter a level 5 Selebi. This is not confirmed, and I have not     |
| attempted to do it, so don't e-mail me about it.			|
|-----------------------------------------------------------------------|

* Even though you can get unlimited numbers of this Pokémon, in the Pokédex,
it is described as a legendary Pokémon. However, that is in previous 
versions of Pokémon.

**My own Pokédex interpertation

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| 13. Evolution Chart									  |
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        This section talks will state a Pokémon name, and  what it evolves into, what 
it evolved from, what level it evolves  and the Pokémon's number. This section will probablly 
take longest to make. Soon Pokémon number 1-251 will be featured in this section.

001: Bulbasaur
Evolves: Ivysaur
Level: 16
Evolved from: ---

002: Ivysaur
Evolves: Venusaur
Level: 32
Evolved from: ---

003: Venusaur
Evolves: ---
Level: ---
Evolved from: Ivysaur

004: Charmander
Evolves: Charmeleon
Level: 16
Evolved from: ---

005: Charmeleon
Evolves: Charizard 
Level: 36
Evolved from: Charmander

006: Charizard
Evolves: ---
Level: ---
Evolved from: Charmeleon

007: Squirtle
Evolves: Wartortle
Level: 16
Evolved from: ---

008: Wartortle
Evolves: Blastoise
Level: 26
Evolved from: Squirtle

009: Blastoise
Evolves: ---
Level: ---
Evolved from: Wartortle

010: Caterpie
Evolves: Metapod
Level: 7
Evolved from: ---

011: Metapod
Evolves: Butterfree
Level: 10
Evolved from: Caterpie

012: Butterfree
Evolves: --- 
Level: --- 
Evolved from: Metapod

013: Weedle
Evolves: Kakuna
Level: 7
Evolved from: ---

014: Kakuna
Evolves: Beedrill
Level: 10
Evolved from: Weedle

015: Beedrill
Evolves: ---
Level: ---
Evolved from: ---

016: Pidgey
Evolves: Pidgeotto
Level: 18
Evolved from: ---

017: Pidgeotto 
Evolves: Pidgeot
Level: 36
Evolved from: Pidgey

018: Pidgeot
Evolves: ---
Level: ---
Evolved from: Pidgeotto

019: Rattata
Evolves: Raticate
Level: 20
Evolved from: ---

020: Spearow
Evolves: Fearow
Level: 20
Evolved from: ---

021: Fearow
Evolves: ---
Level: ---
Evolved from: Spearow

023: Ekans
Evolves: Arbok
Level: 24
Evolved from: ---

024: Arbok
Evolves: ---
Level: ---
Evolved from: Ekans

025: Pikachu
Evolves: Raichu
Level: Thunder Stone
Evolved from: Pichu

026: Raichu
Evolves: ---
Level: ---
Evolved from: Pikachu

027: Sandshrew
Evolves: Sandslash
Level: 22
Evolved from: ---

028: Sandslash
Evolves: ---
Level: ---
Evolved from: Sandshrew

029: Nidoran (Female)
Evolves: Nidorina
Level: 16
Evolved from: ---

030: Nidorina
Evolves: Nidoqueen
Level: Moon Stone
Evolved from: Nidoran (Female)

031:Nidoqueen 
Evolves: ---
Level: ---
Evolved from: Nidorina

032: Nidoran (Male)
Evolves: Nidorino
Level: 16
Evolved from: ---

033: Nidorino
Evolves: Nidoking
Level: Moon Stone
Evolved from: Nidoran (Male)

034: Nidoking
Evolves: ---
Level: ---
Evolved from: Nidorino

035: Clefairy
Evolves: Clefable
Level: Moon Stone
Evolved from: ---

036: Clefable
Evolves: ---
Level: ---
Evolved from: Clefairy

037: Vulpix
Evolves: Ninetales
Level: Fire Stone
Evolved from: ---

038: Ninetales
Evolves: ---
Level: ---
Evolved from: Vulpix

039: Jigglypuff
Evolves: Wigglytuff
Level: Moon Stone
Evolved from: ---

040: Wigglytuff
Evolves: ---
Level: ---
Evolved from: Jigglypuff

041: Zubat
Evolves: Golbat
Level: 22
Evolved from: ---

042: Golbat
Evolves: Kuroba
Level: ??
Evolved from: Zubat

043: Oddish
Evolves: Gloom
Level: 21
Evolved from: ---

044: Gloom
Evolves: Vileplume
Level: Leaf Stone
Evolved from: Oddish

045: Vileplume
Evolves: ---
Level: ---
Evolved from: Gloom

046: Paras
Evolves: Parasect
Level: 24
Evolved from: ---

047: Parasect
Evolves: ---
Level: ---
Evolved from: Paras

048: Venonat
Evolves: Venomoth
Level: 31
Evolved from: ---

049: Venomoth
Evolves: ---
Level: ---
Evolved from: Venonat

050: Diglett
Evolves: Dugtrio
Level: 26
Evolved from: ---

051: Dugtrio
Evolves: ---
Level: ---
Evolved from: Diglett

052: Meowth
Evolves: Persian
Level: 28
Evolved from: ---

053: Persian
Evolves: ---
Level: ---
Evolved from: Meowth

054: Psyduck
Evolves: Golduck
Level: 33
Evolved from: ---

055: Golduck
Evolves: ---
Level: ---
Evolved from: Psyduck

056: Mankey
Evolves: Primeape
Level: 28
Evolved from: ---

057: Primeape
Evolves: ---
Level: ---
Evolved from: Mankey

058: Growlithe
Evolves: Arcanine
Level: Fire Stone
Evolved from: ---

059: Arcanine
Evolves: ---
Level: ---
Evolved from: Growlithe

060: Poliwag
Evolves: Poliwhirl
Level: 25
Evolved from: ---

061: Poliwhirl
Evolves: Poliwrath
Level: Water Stone
Evolved from: Poliwag

062: Poliwrath
Evolves: ---
Level: ---
Evolved from: Poliwhirl

063: Abra
Evolves: Kadabra
Level: 16
Evolved from: ---

064: Kadabra
Evolves: Alakazam
Level: Trade
Evolved from: Abra

065: Alakazam
Evolves: ---
Level: ---
Evolved from: Kadabra

066: Machop
Evolves: Machoke
Level: 28
Evolved from: ---

067: Machoke
Evolves: Machamp
Level: Trade
Evolved from: Machop

068: Machamp
Evolves: ---
Level: ---
Evolved from: Machoke

069: Bellsprout
Evolves: Weepinbell
Level: 21
Evolved from: ---

070: Weepinbell
Evolves: Victreebell
Level: Leaf Stone
Evolved from: Bellsprout

071: Victreebell
Evolves: ---
Level: ---
Evolved from: Weepinbell

072: Tentacool
Evolves: Tentacruel
Level: 30
Evolved from: ---

073: Tentacruel
Evolves: ---
Level: ---
Evolved from: Tentacool

074: Geodude
Evolves: Graveler
Level: 25
Evolved from: ---

075: Graveler
Evolves: Golem
Level: Trade
Evolved from: Geodude

076: Golem
Evolves: ---
Level: ---
Evolved from: Graveler

077: Ponyta
Evolves: Rapidash
Level: 40
Evolved from: ---

078: Rapidash
Evolves: ---
Level: ---
Evolved from: Ponyta

079: Slowpoke
Evolves: Slowbro, Yadokingu
Level: 37, ??
Evolved from: ---

080: Slowbro
Evolves: ---
Level: ---
Evolved from: Slowpoke

081: Magnemite
Evolves: Megneton
Level: 30
Evolved from: ---

082: Magneton
Evolves: ---
Level: ---
Evolved from: Magnemite

083: Farfatch'd
Evolves: ---
Level: ---
Evolved from: ---

084: Doduo
Evolves: Dodrio
Level: 31
Evolved from: ---

085: Dodrio
Evolves: ---
Level: ---
Evolved from: Doduo

086: Seel
Evolves: Dewgong
Level: 34
Evolved from: ---

087: Dewgong
Evolves: ---
Level: ---
Evolved from: Seel

088: Grimer
Evolves: Muk
Level: 38
Evolved from: ---

089: Muk
Evolves: ---
Level: ---
Evolved from: Grimer

090: Shellder
Evolves: Cloyster
Level: Water Stone
Evolved from: ---

091: Cloyster
Evolves: ---
Level: ---
Evolved from: Shellder

092: Gastly
Evolves: Haunter
Level: 25
Evolved from: ---

093: Haunter
Evolves: Gengar
Level: Trade
Evolved from: Gastly

094: Gengar
Evolves: ---
Level: ---
Evolved from: Haunter

095: Onix
Evolves: ---
Level: ---
Evolved from: ---

096: Drowzee
Evolves: Hypno
Level: 26
Evolved from: ---

097: Hypno
Evolves: ---
Level: ---
Evolved from: Drowzee

098: Krabby
Evolves: Kingler
Level: 28
Evolved from: ---

099: Kingler
Evolves: ---
Level: ---
Evolved from: Krabby

100: Voltorb
Evolves: Electrode
Level: 30
Evolved from: ---

101: Electrode
Evolves: ---
Level: ---
Evolved from: Voltorb

102: Exeggcute
Evolves: Exeggutor
Level: Leaf Stone
Evolved from: ---

103: Exeggutor
Evolves: ---
Level: ---
Evolved from: Exeggcute

104: Cubone
Evolves: Marowak
Level: 28
Evolved from: ---

105: Marowak
Evolves: ---
Level: ---
Evolved from: Cubone

106: Hitmonlee
Evolves: ---
Level: ---
Evolved from: ---

107: Hitmonchan
Evolves: ---
Level: ---
Evolved from: ---

108: Likitung
Evolves: --- 
Level: ---
Evolved from: ---

109: Koffing
Evolves: Weezing
Level: 35
Evolved from: ---

110: Weezing
Evolves: ---
Level: ---
Evolved from: Koffing

111: Rhyhorn
Evolves: Rhydon
Level: 42
Evolved from: ---

112: Rhydon
Evolves: ---
Level: ---
Evolved from: Rhyhorn

113: Chansey
Evolves: ---
Level: ---
Evolved from: ---

114: Tangela
Evolves: ---
Level: ---
Evolved from: ---

115: Kangaskhan 
Evolves: --- 
Level: ---
Evolved from: ---

116: Horsea
Evolves: Sedra
Level: 32
Evolved from: ---

117: Seadra
Evolves: Kingdoura
Level: ---
Evolved from: Horsea

118: Goldeen
Evolves: Seaking
Level: 33
Evolved from: ---

119: Seaking
Evolves: ---
Level: ---
Evolved from: Goldeen

120: Staryu 
Evolves: Starmie
Level: Water Stone
Evolved from: ---

121: Starmie
Evolves: ---
Level: ---
Evolved from: Staryu

122: Mr. Mime
Evolves: ---
Level: ---
Evolved from: ---

123: Scyther
Evolves: ---
Level:  ---
Evolved from: ---

124: Jynx
Evolves: ---
Level: ---
Evolved from: ---

125: Electabuzz
Evolves: ---
Level: ---
Evolved from: Elekidd

126: Magmar
Evolves: ---
Level: ---
Evolved from: ???

127: Pinsir
Evolves: ---
Level: ---
Evolved from: ---

128: Tauros
Evolves: ---
Level: ---
Evolved from: ---

129: Magikarp
Evolves: Gyrados
Level: 20
Evolved from: ---

130: Gyrados
Evolves: ---
Level: ---
Evolved from: Magikarp

131: Lapras
Evolves: ---
Level: ---
Evolved from: ---

132: Ditto
Evolves: ---
Level: ---
Evolved from: ---

133: Eevee
Evolves: Vaporeon, Jolteon, Flareon, Efi, Burakki
Level: Water Stone, Thunder Stone, Fire Stone, Psychic Stone, Dark Stone
Evolved from: ---

134: Vaporeon
Evolves: ---
Level: ---
Evolved from: Eevee

135: Jolteon
Evolves: ---
Level: ---
Evolved from: Eevee

136: Flareon
Evolves: ---
Level: ---
Evolved from: Eevee

137: Porygon
Evolves: ---
Level: ---
Evolved from: ---

138: Omanyte
Evolves: Omastar
Level: 40
Evolved from: Helix Fossil

139: Omastar
Evolves: ---
Level: ---
Evolved from: Omanyte

140: Kabuto
Evolves: Kabutops
Level: 40
Evolved from: Dome Fossil

141: Kabutops
Evolves: ---
Level: ---
Evolved from: Kabuto

142: Aerodactyl
Evolves: ---
Level: ---
Evolved from: Old Amber

143: Snorlax
Evolves: ---
Level: ---
Evolved from: ---

144: Arcticuno
Evolves: ---
Level: ---
Evolved from: ---

145: Zapdos
Evolves: --- 
Level: --- 
Evolved from: ---

146: Moltres
Evolves: ---
Level: ---
Evolved from: ---

147: Dratini
Evolves: Dragonair
Level: 30
Evolved from: ---

148: Dragonair
Evolves: Dragonite
Level: 55
Evolved from: Dratini

149: Dragonite
Evolves: ---
Level: ---
Evolved from: Dragonair

150: Mewtwo
Evolves: ---
Level: ---
Evolved from: ---

151: Mew
Evolves: ---
Level: ---
Evolved from: ---

152: Chikorita
Evolves: Beileaf
Level: 16
Evolved from: ---

153: Beileaf
Evolves: Meganuim
Level: 32
Evolved from: Chikorita

154: Meganuim
Evolves: ---
Level: ---
Evolved from: Beileaf

155: Hinoarashi
Evolves: Magumarshi
Level: 14
Evolved from: ---

156: Magumarshi
Evolves: Bakufoon
Level: 36
Evolved from: Hinoarashi

157: Bakufoon
Evolves: ---
Level: ---
Evolved from: Magumarshi

158: Waninoko
Evolves: Arigeitu
Level: 18
Evolved from: ---

159: Arigetu
Evolves: Oodairu
Level: 30
Evolved from: Waninoko

160: Oodairu
Evolves: ---
Level: ---
Evolved from: Arigetu

161: Otachi
Evolves: Ootachi
Level: 15
Evolved from: ---

162: Ootachi
Evolves: ---
Level: ---
Evolved from: ---

163: Hoohoo
Evolves: Yorunokuzu
Level: 20
Evolved from: ---

164: Yorunokuzu
Evolves: ---
Level: ---
Evolved from: Hoohoo

165: Rediba
Evolves: Redian
Level: 18
Evolved from: ---

166: Redian
Evolves: ---
Level: --- 
Evolved from: Rediba

167: Itomaru
Evolves: Aliadosu
Level: 22
Evolved from: ---

168: Aliadosu
Evolves: ---
Level: ---
Evolved from: Itomaru

169: Kurobatto
Evolves: ---
Level: ---
Evolved from: Golbat

170: Connchi
Evolves: Lantern
Level: 27
Evolved from: ---

171: Lantern
Evolves: ---
Level: ---
Evolved from: Connchi

172: Pichu
Evolves: Pikachu
Level: 
Evolved from: ---

173: Pi
Evolves: Clefairy
Level: 
Evolved from: ---

174: Pupurin
Evolves: Jigglypuff
Level: 
Evolved from: ---

175: Togepi
Evolves: Togechikku
Level: 25
Evolved from: ---

176: Togechikku
Evolves: ---
Level: ---
Evolved from: Togepi

177: Neitee
Evolves: Neiteo
Level: 25
Evolved from: ---

178: Neiteo
Evolves: ---
Level: ---
Evolved from: Neitee

179: Merippu
Evolves: Mokoko
Level: 15
Evolved from: ---

180: Mokoko
Evolves: Denryu
Level: 30
Evolved from: Merippu

181: Denryu
Evolves: ---
Level: ---
Evolved from:Mokoko

182: Kireihana
Evolves: ---
Level: ---
Evolved from: Gloom

183: Marril
Evolves: Mariruri
Level: 18
Evolved from: ---

184: Mariruri
Evolves: ---
Level: ---
Evolved from: Marril

185: Usokki
Evolves: ---
Level: ---
Evolved from: ---

186: Nyorotono
Evolves: ---
Level: ---
Evolved from: ---

187: Hannekko
Evolves: Poppoko
Level: 18
Evolved from: ---

188: Poppoko
Evolves: Wattako
Level: 29
Evolved from: Hanneokko

189: Wattako
Evolves: ---
Level: ---
Evolved from: Poppoko

190: Wipamu
Evolves: ---
Level: ---
Evolved from: Wattako

191: Himanuts
Evolves: Kimawari
Level: Solar Stone
Evolved from: ---

192: Kimawari
Evolves: ---
Level: ---
Evolved From: ---

193: Yanyanma
Evolves: ---
Level: ---
Evolved From: ---

194: Upa
Evolves: Nuoo
Level: 20
Evolved From: ---

195: Nuoo
Evolves: ---
Evolved From: Upa

196: Eafii
Evolves: ---
Level: ---
Evolved From: Eevee

197: Burakki
Evolves: ---
Level: ---
Evolved From: Eevee

198: Yamikarasu
Evolves: ---
Level: ---
Evolved From: ---

199: Yadokingu
Evolves: ---
Level: ---
Evolved From: Slowbro

200: Muuma
Evolves: ---
Level: ---
Evolves From: ---

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| 14. Mysterious Present								  |
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        When you start up your game, ther is a fourth option. The name of
this option is 'Mysterious Present'. This actually does have a pourpose in
this game.
        Compatible with this game is Pocket Pikachu Color. This will likely
be called Pokémon Pikachu Color in the U.S. In the game, just like the 
origional, you move or shake the game, and you'll get watts. Watts can 
either be given to Pikachu, or traded to Pokémon Gold and Silver. After a
certian amount of watts, the present will open. I am not sure of what is
in the present, but if you have a Pocket Pikachu Color and you've opened the
mysterious present, please e-mail me what is inside.

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| 15. Battle Chart									  |
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        This is the battle chart. I am not sure of evil, but all other types
I know their strengths and weaknesses.

Normal
Strengths: None
Weaknesses: Rock
Can't Affect: Ghost

Fire
Strengths: Grass, Ice, Bug, Steel
Weaknesses: Fire, Water, Rock, Dragon
Can't Affect: None

Water
Strengths: Fire, Ground, Rock
Weaknesses: Water, Grass, Dragon
Can't Affect: None

Electric
Strengths: Water, Flying
Weaknesses: Electric, Grass, Dragon
Can't Affect: Ground

Grass
Strengths: Water, Ground, Rock
Weaknesses: Fire, Grass, Poision, Flying, Bug, Dragon
Can't Affect: None

Ice
Strengths: Grass, Ground, Flying, Dragon
Weaknesses: Water, Ice
Can't Affect: None

Fighting
Strengths: Normal, Ice, Rock, Steel
Weaknesses: Poision, Flying, Psychic, Bug
Can't Affect: Ghost

Poision
Strengths: Grass, Bug
Weaknesses: Poision, Ground, Rock, Ghost
Can't Affect: None

Ground
Strengths: Fire, Electric, Poision, Rock, Steel
Weaknesses: Grass, Bug
Can't Affect: Flying

Flying
Strengths: Grass, Fighting, Bug
Weaknesses: Electric, Rock
Can't Affect: None

Psychic
Strengths: Fighting, Poision, Ghost
Weaknesses: Bug
Can't Affect: None

Bug
Strengths: Grass, Poision, Psychic
Weaknesses: Fire, Fighting, Flying, Ghost
Can't Affect: None

Rock
Strengths: Fire, Ice, Flying, Bug
Weaknesses: Water, Grass
Can't Affect: None

Ghost
Strengths: None
Weaknesses: Psychic
Can't Affect: Normal (Exception: Confuse Ray)

Dragon
Strengths: Dragon
Weaknesses: Ice
Can't Affect: None

Steel
Strengths: Unknown
Weaknesses: Fire, Ground, Fighting
Can't Affect: None

Evil
Strengths: Psychic, Ghost
Weaknesses: Unknown
Can't Affect: Normal

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| 16. Pokémon Battle Chart								  |
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	This chart was not written by me. Sure, I revised it a little,
but I didn't write and I take no credit from it. I'd like to thank
lhyduk@yahoo.com and loudon@hotmail.com for letting me use it.


Name(s): 001-Bulbasaur/002-Ivysaur/003-Venusaur
Type(s): Poison/Grass
Attacks:		Japanese name     	Type
--:      Tackle         	                Normal
04       Growl          	                Normal
07       Leech seed     	                Grass
10       Vine whip      	                Grass
15       Poison Powder  	                Poison
15       Sleep Powder   	                Poison
20/22    Razor Leaf     	                Grass
25/29    Sweet Fregrence	                Normal
32/38/41 Growth         	                Normal
39/47/53 Photosynthesis 	Kougousei       Grass
46/56/65 solar beam     	                Grass

Name(s):004-Charmander/005-Charmeleon/006-Charizard
Type(s): Fire, Fire, Fire/Flying
Attacks:		Japanese name     	Type   
--:	 Scratch                       		Normal
--:      Growl                         		Normal
07 	 Ember                         		Fire
13 	 Smoke Screen                  		Normal
19/20    Rage                          		Normal
25/27    Eerie Face                    		Normal
31/34    Flamethrower            		Fire
X/X/36   Wing attack                   		Flying
37/41/44 Slash                         		Normal
43/48/54 Dragonrage                    		Dragon
49/55/64 Firespin                      		Fire

Name(s):007-Squirtle/008-Wartortle/009-Blastoise
Type(s): Water
Attacks:		Japanese name     	Type
--:      Tackle                             	Normal
04       Tail whip                           	Normal
07       Bubble                              	Water
10       Withdraw                            	Water
13       Watergun                            	Water
18/19 	 Bite                          		Evil
23/25    Spinning Tackle         Kousoku spin 	Normal   
28/31    Mysterious Protection   Mamoru 	Normal
33/37/42 Pray for Rain                 		Water
40/45/55 Skull Bash                    		Normal
47/55/68 Hydropump                     		Water

Name(s):010-Caterpie/011-Metapod/012-Butterfree
Type(s): Bug, Bug, Bug/Flying
Attacks:		Japanese name		Type
--:    Tackle                          		Normal
--:    String Shot                         	Bug
X/7/X  Harden                           	Normal
X/X/10 Confusion                       		Psychic
X/X/13 Poison Powder                   		Poison
X/X/14 Stun Spore                      		Grass
X/X/15 Sleep Powder                    		Grass
X/X/18 Supersonic                      		Normal
X/X/23 Whirlwind                       		Normal
X/X/28 Gust                            		Flying
X/X/34 Psybeam                         		Psychic
X/X/40 Mysterious Protection           		Normal

Name(s):013-Weedle/014-Kakuna/015-Beedrill
Type(s): Bug/Poision
Attacks:		Japanese name		Type
--:    Poison Sting                       	Poison
--:    String Shot                        	Bug
X/7/X  Harden                           	Normal
X/X/10 Fury Attack                     		Normal
X/X/15 Focus Energy                    		Normal
X/X/20 Twin Needle                     		Bug
X/X/25 Rage                            		Normal
X/X/30 Chase                           		Evil
X/X/35 Pin Missle                      		Bug
X/X/40 Agilty                          		Psychic


Name(s):016-Pidgey/017-Pidgeotto/018-Pidgeot
Type(s): Normal/Flying
Attacks:		Japanese name		Type
--:      Tackle                             	Normal
05       Sand Attack                         	Ground
09       Gust                                	Flying
15       Quick Attack                        	Normal
21/23    Whirlwind                        	Normal
29/33    Wing Attack                      	Flying
36/43/46 Agility                       		Psychic
47/55/61 Mirror Move                   		Flying


Name(s):019-Rattata/020-Raticate
Type(s): Normal
Attacks:		Japanese name		Type
--:      Tackle                             	Normal
--:	 Tail Whip                          	Normal
07 	 Quick Attack                       	Normal
13 	 Hyper Fang                         	Normal
20       Focus Energy                       	Normal
X/20     Eerie Face                        	Normal
27/30 	 Chase                            	Evil
34/40    Super Fang                       	Normal

Name(s):021-Spearow/022-Fearow
Type(s): Normal/Flying
Attacks:		Japanese name		Type
--:	 Peck                               	Flying
--: 	 Growl                              	Normal
07 	 Leer                                	Normal
13 	 Fury Attack                         	Normal
25/26 	 Chase                            	Evil
31/32 	 Mirror Move                      	Flying
37/40    Drill Peck                       	Flying
43/47    Agility                          	Psychic

Name(s): 023 Ekans/ 024 Arbok
Type(s): Poison
Attacks:             	Japanese name		Type
--:      Wrap					Normal
--:      Leer                               	Normal
09       Poison Sting                        	Poison
15       Bite                                	Evil
23/25 	 Glare                            	Normal
29/33    Screech                          	Normal
37/43    Acid                             	Poison
43/51    Haze                             	Ice

Name(s): 025 Pikachu/ 026 Raichu
Type(s): Electric
Attacks:             Japanese name     		Type
--:      Thundershock                       	Electric
--:      Growl                              	Normal
06 	 Tail Whip                          	Normal
08 	 Thunderwave                        	Electric
11 	 Quick attack                       	Normal
15 	 Double Team                        	Normal
20 	 Slam                               	Normal
25 	 Thunderbolt                        	Electric
33 	 Agility                            	Psychic
41 	 Thunder                            	Electric
50 	 Barrier                            	Psychic

Name(s):027-sandshrew/028-sandslash
Evolution(s): L22 sandslash
Type(s): Ground
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- scratch                            Normal
06 defence curl                        Normal
11 sand attack                         Ground
17 Poison sting                        Poison
23/24 slash                            Normal
30/33 swift                            Normal
37/42 fury swipes                      Normal
45/52 sand storm                       Rock      damage all non-Ground, Rock
or steel types for multi turns


Name(s): 029-nidoran female/030-nidorina/031-nidoqueen
Evolution(s): L16 nidorina, Moon stone Nidoqueen
Type(s): Poison,Poison,Poison/Ground
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- growl                              Normal
--- tackle                             Normal
08 scratch                             Normal
12 double kick                         Fighting
17/19 Poison sting                     Poison
X/X/23 body slam                       Normal
23/27 tail whip                        Normal
30/36 bite                             Evil
38/46 fury swipes                      Normal

Name(s):032-nidoran male/033-nidorino/034-nidoking
Evolution(s): L16 nidorino, Moon stone Nidoking
Type(s): Poison,Poison,Poison/Ground
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- leer                               Normal
---tackle                              Normal
08 horn attack                         Normal
12 double kick                         Fighting
17/19 Poison sting                     Poison
X/X/23 thrash                          Normal
23/27focus energy                      Normal
30/36 fury attack                      Normal
38/46 horn drill                       Normal

Name(s):035-clefairy/036-clefable
Evolution(s): Moon stone clefable. breed for pi.
Type(s): Normal
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- pound                              Normal
--- growl                              Normal
04 encore                              Normal    makes your enemy use the 
same move it did last round for 2 to 6 turns.
08 sing                                Normal
13 double slap                         Normal
19 minimize                            Normal
26 defence curl                        Normal
34 metronome                           Normal
43 healing(?)         tsukenohikari    Normal    heals 50%
53 barrier                             Psychic

Name(s):037-vulpix/038-ninetails
Evolution(s): Fire stone ninetails
Type(s): Fire
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- ember                              Fire
--- tail whip                          Normal
07 quick attack                        Normal
13 roar                                Normal
19 confuse ray                         Ghost
25 mystery protect                     Normal    prevents abNormal status 
(ex: sleep, paralized, Poisoned)
31 flamethrower                        Fire
37 Firespin                            Fire

Name(s): 039-jigglypuff/040-wigglytuff
Evolution(s): Moon stone wigglytuff.  breed for pupurin.
Type(s): Normal
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- sing                               Normal
04 defence curl                        Normal
09 pound                               Normal
14 disable                             Normal
19 roll                                Rock      each time, damage doubles
24 double slap                         Normal
29 rest                                Psychic
34 body slam                           Normal
39 double edge                         Normal

Name(s):041-zubat/042-golbat/169-kurobat
Evolution(s): L22 golbat, L51 kurobat
Type(s): Poison/Flying
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- leech life                         bug
06 supersonic                          Normal
12 bite                                Evil
19 confuse ray                         Ghost
27/30 wing attack                      Flying
36/42 black gaze                       Normal    blocks switching/running
46/55/55 haze                          Ice

Kurobat:
height: 1.8 M
weight: 75kg


Name(s):043-oddish/044-gloom/045-vileplume/182-kirehana
Evolution(s): L21 gloom, Leaf Stone vileplume or Solar stone kirehana.
Type(s): Grass/Poison, Grass/Poison, Grass/Poison, Grass
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- absorb                             Grass
07 sweetsmell                          Normal    causes wild pokemon to 
attack and lowers attack
14 Poison powder                       Poison
16 stun spore                          Grass
18 sleep powder                        Grass
23/24 acid                             Poison
32/34 healing(?)     tsukenohikari     Normal    heals 50%
39/44 petal dance                      Grass
X/X/X/55 solar beam                    Grass

kirehana
height: 0.4 m
weight: 5.8 kg


Name(s): 046-paras/047-parasect
Evolution(s): L24 parasect
Type(s): bug/plant
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- scratch                            Normal
07 stun spore                          Grass
13 Poison powder                       Poison
19 leech life                          bug
25/28 spore                            Grass
31/37 slash                            Normal
37/46 growth                           Normal
43/55 mega drain                       Grass

Name(s):048-venonat/049-venomoth
Evolution(s): L31
Type(s): bug/Poison
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- tackle                             Normal
--- disable                            Normal
--- sparkly                            Normal    raises accuracy
09 confuse ray                         Ghost
17 confusion                           Psychic
20 Poison powder                       Poison
25 leech life                          bug
28 stun spore                          Grass
X/31 gust                              Flying
33/36 psybeam                          Psychic
36/42 sleep powder                     Grass
41/52 Psychic                          Psychic

Name(s):  050-diglett/051-dugtrio
Evolution(s): L26 dugtrio
Type(s): Ground
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- scratch                            Normal
05 growl                               Normal
09 multi Rockthrow(?) meganichuudo     Ground    1-10 Rocks...
17 dig                                 Ground
25 sand attack                         Ground
33/37 slash                            Normal
41/49 earthquake                       Ground
49/61 fissure                          Ground    

Name(s):052-meowth/053-persian
Evolution(s):  L28 persian
Type(s): Normal
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
---scratch                             Normal
---growl                               Normal
11 bite                                Evil
20 coin toss                           Normal
28 trick                               Evil     disapears, then hits enemy
(never misses)
35/38 Screech                          Normal
41/46 fury swipes                      Normal
46/53 slash                            Normal

Name(s): 054-psyduck/055-golduck
Evolution(s): L33 golduck
Type(s): Water
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- scratch                            Normal
05 tail whip                           Normal
10 disable                             Normal
16 confusion                           Psychic
23 screech                             Normal
31 self hypnosis(???)jikoanji          Normal   unknown #2
40/44 fury swipes                      Normal
50/58 hydropump                        Water

Name(s):056-mankey/057-primeape
Evolution(s): L28 primeape
Type(s): Fighting
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- scratch                            Normal
--- leer                               Normal
09 low kick                            Fighting
15 karate chop                         Fighting
21 fury swipes                         Normal
27 focus enegy                         Normal
X/28 rage                              Normal
33/36 seismic toss                     Fighting
39/45 cross chop                       Fighting  heavy damage
45/54 screech                          Normal
51/63 thrash                           Normal

Name(s): 058-growlithe/059-arcanine
Evolution(s): Fire stone arcanine
Type(s): Fire
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- bite                               Evil
--- roar                               Normal
09 ember                               Fire
18 leer                                Normal
26 take down                           Normal
34 flame curl                          Fire      Fire spins around you, 
then hits
42 agility                             Psychic
50 flamethrower                        Fire

Name(s):060-poliwag/061-poliwhirl/062-poliwrath/186-nyurantano
Evolution(s):L25 poliwhirl, Water stone poliwrath. 
trade poliwhirl with a king symbol for nyurantano.
Type(s): Water, Water, Water/Fighting, Water
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- bubble                             Water
07 hypnosis                            Psychic
13 Watergun                            Water
19 doubleslap                          Normal
25 rain                                Water     powers up all Water moves
for 5 turns
31/35 body slam                        Normal
37/43 painful song(???)   haradaiko    Normal    50% damage to self. singing
notes and slaping on you.
43/51 hydropump                        Water
X/X/X/---horrible note                 Normal    3 turn countdown. if 
either pokemon is still out, it is auto-KO'd
X/X/X/51 brag                          Normal    confuses but raises 
enemy attack

nyurantano
height: 1.1m
weight: 33.9 kg


Name(s): 063-abra/064-kadabra/065-alakazam
Evolution(s):L16 kadabra, trade for alakazam
Type(s): Psychic
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- teleport                           Psychic
X/16 confusion                         Psychic
X/18 disable                           Normal
X/21 psybeam                           Psychic
X/26 recover                           Normal
X/31 Clairvoyance                      Psychic   in 2 turns, you use a 
massive attack 
X/38 Psychic                           Psychic
X/45 barrier                           Psychic


Name(s): 066-machop/067-machoke/068-machamp
Evolution(s): L28 machoke, Trade for machamp
Type(s): Fighting
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- low kick                           Fighting
--- leer                               Normal
07 focus energy                        Normal
13 karate chop                         Fighting
19 seismic toss                        Fighting
25 sparkly                             Normal    raises accuracy
31/34 weird tackle                     Fighting  some damage, always last
37/43 cross chop                       Fighting  heavy damage
43/52 scary face                       Normal    lowers speed greatly
49/61 submission                       Fighting

Name(s): 069-bellsprout/070-weepinbell/071-victreebell
Evolution(s): L21 weepinbell, Leaf stone victreebell
Type(s): plant/Poison
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- vine whip                          Grass
06 growth                              Normal
11 wrap                                Normal
15 sleep powder                        Grass
17 Poison powder                       Poison
19 stun spore                          Grass
23/24 acid                             Poison
30/33 sweetsmell                       Normal   causes wild pokemon to 
attack and lowers attack
37/42 razor leaf                       Grass
45/54 slam                             Normal

Name(s):072-tentacool/073-tentacruel
Evolution(s): L30 tentacruel
Type(s): Water/Poison
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- Poison sting                       Poison
06 supersonic                          Normal
12 wrap                                Normal
19 acid                                Poison
25 bubblebeam                          Water
30 constrict                           Normal
36/38 barrier                          Psychic
43/47 screech                          Normal
49/55 hydropump                        Water

Name(s):074-geodude/075-graveler/076-golem
Evolution(s): L25 graveler, trade for golem
Type(s): Rock/Ground
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- tackle                             Normal
06 defence curl                        Normal
11 Rock throw                          Rock
16 multi Rock throw(?) meganichuudo    Ground    1-10 Rocks
21 self destruct                       Normal
26/27 harden                           Normal
31/34 roll                             Rock      each time, damage doubles
36/41 earthquake                       Ground
41/48 explosion                        Normal

Name(s): 077-ponyta/078-rapidash
Evolution(s): L40 rapidash
Type(s): Fire
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- tackle                             Normal
04 growl                               Normal
08 tail whip                           Normal
13 ember                               Fire
19 stomp                               Normal
26 Fire spin                           Fire
34 take down                           Normal
X/40 fury attack                       Fire
43/47 agility                          Psychic
53/61 Fire blast                       Fire

Name(s):079-slowpoke/080-slowbro/199-slowking
Evolution(s): L37 slowbro.   trade slowpoke with king symbol for slowking.
Type(s): Water/Psychic
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- tackle                             Normal
--- slow(???)        noroi             ???       both haunter and slowpoke 
get it.  for slowpoke, it lowers/raises stats.   for hanter it stabs itself,
does 50% damage and puts a curse on the enemy for that number of HP.
06 growl                               Normal
15 Water gun                           Water
20 confusion                           Psychic
29 disable                             Normal
34 headbutt                            Normal    shakes trees
X/37 withdraw                          Water
43/45/X ammnesia                       Psychic
X/X/43 brag                            Normal    confuses but raises 
enemy attack
48/54 Psychic                          Psychic

slowking
height: 2.0 m
weight:  79.5 kg


Name(s):081-magnamite/082-magnatron
Evolution(s): L30 magnatron
Type(s): Electric/steel
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- tackle                             Normal
06 thundershock                        Electric
11 supersonic                          Normal
16 sonic boom                          Normal
21 thunderwave                         Electric
27 recon (???)       rokuon            Normal    raises/lowers something   
33/35 swift                            Normal
39/43 screech                          Normal
45/53 Electric attack (?) denjihou     Electric  very large bolt

Name(s): 083-farfetch'd
Evolution(s): none
Type(s): Normal/Flying
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- peck                               Flying
07 sand attack                         Ground
13 leer                                Normal
19 fury attack                         Normal
25 swords dance                        Normal
31 agility                             Psychic
37 slash                               Normal
44 clean cut (?)     mineuchi          Normal   Normal damage, but CANNOT 
lower below 1HP

Name(s):084-doduo/085-dodrio
Evolution(s): L31 dotrio
Type(s): Normal/Flying
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- peck                               Flying
--- growl                              Normal
09 Chase                               Evil     tackle-like move + damage
when enemy switches. (withdrawn pokemon)
13 fury attack                         Normal
21 tri-attack                          Normal
25 rage                                Normal
33/38 drill peck                       Flying
37/47 agility                          Psychic

Name(s):086-seel/087-dewgong
Evolution(s): L34 dewgong
Type(s): Water, Water/Ice
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
---headbutt                            Normal    shakes trees
05 growl                               Normal
16 aurora beam                         Ice
21 rest                                Psychic
32 take down                           Normal
37/43 Ice beam                         Ice
48/55 mystery protect                  Normal    prevents abNormal status 
(ex: sleep, paralized, Poisoned)

Name(s):088-grimmer/089-muk
Evolution(s): L38 muk
Type(s): Poison
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- Poison gas                         Poison
--- pound                              Normal
05 harden                              Normal
10 disable                             Normal
16 sludge (?)        hedoro-kougeke    Poison
23 minimize                            Normal
31 screech                             Normal
40/45 acid armor                       Poison
50/60 Poison sludge (?) hedoru-bakudan Poison    large damage

Name(s):090-shellder/091-cloyster
Evolution(s):Water stone cloyster
Type(s): Water, Water/Ice
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- tackle                             Normal
---withdraw                            Water
09 supersonic                          Normal
17 aurora beam                         Ice
25 protect(???)      mamoru            Normal    unknown#1
33 leer                                Normal
41 clamp                               Water
X/41 spike cannon                      Normal
49 Ice beam                            Ice

Name(s):092-gastly/093-haunter/094-gengar
Evolution(s): L25 haunter, trade for gengar
Type(s): Ghost/Poison
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
---hypnosis                            Psychic
--- lick                               Ghost
08 Ghost helper                        Ghost     Drains PP
13 black gaze                          Normal    blocks switching/running
16 curse                               ???       both haunter and slowpoke 
get it.  for slowpoke, it lowers/raises stats.   for haunter it stabs 
itself, does 50% damage and puts a curse on the enemy for that number of 
HP every turn.
21 nightshade                          Ghost
2/31 confuse ray                       Ghost
33/39 dream eater                      Psychic
36/48 moon ray                         Ghost     if used the turn before
you pokemon is KO'd, enemy also is Ko'd.

Name(s): 095-onix/208-haganeru
Evolution(s):  trade with steel jacket for crystal onix/haganeru
Type(s): Rock/Ground, steel/Ground
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- tackle                             Normal
--- screech                            Normal
10 bide                                Normal
14 Rock throw                          Rock
23 harden                              Normal
27 rage                                Normal
36 sand storm                          Rock      damage all non-Ground 
types for multi turns
40 slam                                Normal
X/48 Evil bite                        Evil     major damage

haganeru
height: 9.2 m
weight: 400.0 kg

Name(s): 096-drowzee/097-hypno
Evolution(s): L26 hypno
Type(s): Psychic
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- pound                              Normal
--- hypnosis                           Psychic
10 disable                             Normal
18 confusion                           Psychic
25 headbutt                            Normal
31/33 Poison gas                       Poison
36/40 meditate                         Psychic
40/49 Psychic                          Psychic
43/55 self hypnosis(???)jikoanji       Normal    unknown #2
45/60 Clairvoyance                     Psychic   in 2 turns, you use a 
massive attack 

Name(s): 098-krabby/099-kingler
Evolution(s): L28 kingler
Type(s): Water
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- bubble                             Water
05 leer                                Normal
12 vIce grip                           Normal
16 harden                              Normal
23 stomp                               Normal
27 guillotine                          Normal
34/38 protect(???)       mamoru        Normal    unknown#1
41/49 crab hammer                      Water

Name(s):100-voltorb/101-electrode
Evolution(s): L36 electrode
Type(s): Electric
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- tackle                             Normal
09 screech                             Normal
17 sonic boom                          Normal
23 self destruct                       Normal
29 roll                                Rock      each time, damage doubles
33/34 light screen                     Psychic
37/40 swift                            Normal
39/44 explosion                        Normal
41/48 unknown (???)   miraakooto       Psychic   unknown #3

Name(s):102-Exeggcute/103-exeggutor
Evolution(s): leaf stone exeggutor
Type(s): plant/Psychic
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- barrage                            Normal
--- hypnosis                           Psychic
07 reflect                             Psychic
13 leech seed                          Grass
19 confusion                           Psychic
X/19 stomp                             Normal
25 stun spore                          Grass
31 Poison powder                       Poison
37 sleep powder                        Grass
43 solar beam                          Grass

Name(s):104-cubone/105-marowak
Evolution(s): L28 marowak
Type(s): Ground
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- growl                              Normal
05 tail whip                           Normal
09 bone club                           Ground
13 head butt                           Normal
17 leer                                Normal
21 focus energy                        Normal
25 bonemarang                          Ground
29/32 rage                             Normal
33/39 clean cut (?)  mineuchi          Normal    Normal damage, but 
CANNOT lower below 1HP
37/46 thrash                           Normal
41/53 bonespin(?)   boonrashu          Ground    bone spins on enemy.  

Name(s): 106-hitmonlee
Evolution(s):none
Type(s): Fighting
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- double kick                        Fighting
06 meditate                            Psychic
11 rolling kick                        Fighting
16 jump kick                           Fighting
21 focus energy                        Normal
26 hi-jump kick                        Fighting
31 homming(???)       kokoronome       Normal    homming signs go in...
36 sparkly                             Normal    raises accuracy
41 HP guard                            Normal    prevents you from being 
KO'd for 1 round (HP cant go below 1hp)
46 mega kick                           Normal
51 star kick(?)       keshekaisei      Fighting  powerful kick

Name(s): 107-hitmonchan
Evolution(s): none
Type(s): Fighting
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- comet punch                        Normal
07 agility                             Psychic
13 Chase                               Evil     tackle-like move + damage
when enemy switches. (withdrawn pokemon)
26 Fire punch                          Fire
26 Ice punch                           Ice
26 thunder punch                       Electric
32 maaha-punch                         Fighting
38 mega punch                          Normal
44 juke                                Fighting  if works, raises evade. if 
fails, lowers accuracy

Name(s): 108-lickitung
Evolution(s): none, sorry sam
Type(s):  Normal
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- lick                               Ghost
07 supersonic                          Normal
13 defence curl                        Normal
19 stomp                               Normal
25 wrap                                Normal
31 disable                             Normal
37 slam                                Normal
43 screech                             Normal

Name(s): 109-koffing/110-weezing
Evolution(s): L35 weezing
Type(s): Poison
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- Poison gas                         Poison
---tackle                              Normal
09 smog                                Poison
17 self destruct                       Normal
21 sludge                              Poison
25 smoke screen                        Normal
33 haze                                Ice
41/44 explosion                        Normal
45/51 moon ray                         Ghost     if used the turn before
you pokemon is KO'd, enemy also is Ko'd.

Name(s):111-rhyhorn/112-rhydon
Evolution(s): L42 rhydon
Type(s): Rock/Ground
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
---horn attack                         Normal
---tail whip                           Normal
13 stomp                               Normal
19 fury attack                         Normal
31 leer                                Normal
37 horn drill                          Normal
49/54 take down                        Normal
55/65 earthquake                       Ground

Name(s):113-chansey/242-hapinasu
Evolution(s): L51 hapinasu
Type(s): Normal
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- pound                              Normal
05 growl                               Normal
09 tail whip                           Normal
13 soft boiled                         Normal
17 double slap                         Normal
23 minimize                            Normal
29 sing                                Normal
35 egg bomb                            Normal
41 defence curl                        Normal
49 light screen                        Psychic
57/X double edge                       Normal

Hapinasu:
height: 1.5 meters
weight: 46.8 kg

Name(s): 114-tangela
Evolution(s): none
Type(s): plant
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- constrict                          Normal
04 sleep powder                        Grass
10 absorb                              Grass
13 Poison powder                       Poison
19 vine whip                           Grass
25 bide                                Normal
31 mega drain                          Grass
34 stun spore                          Grass
40 slam                                Normal
46 growth                              Normal

Name(s): 115-kangaskhan
Evolution(s): none
Type(s): Normal
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- comet punch                        Normal
07 leer                                Normal
13 bite                                Evil
19 tail whip                           Normal
25 mega punch                          Normal
31 rage                                Normal
37 focus energy                        Normal
43 dizzy punch                         Normal
49 star kick(?)       keshikaisei      Fighting powerful kick

Name(s):116-horsea/117-seadra/230-kingudora
Evolution(s): L32 seadra.  trade with Dragon scale for kingudora
Type(s): Water, Water, Water/Dragon
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- bubble                             Water
08 smoke screen                        Normal
15 leer                                Normal
22 Water gun                           Water
29 tornado                             Dragon    moderate Dragon damage
36/40 agility                          Psychic
43/51 hydropump                        Water

kingudora
height: 1.8 m
weight: 152.0 kg


Name(s):118-goldeen/119-seaking
Evolution(s): L33 seaking
Type(s): Water
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- peck                               Normal
--- tail whip                          Normal
10 super sonic                         Normal
15 horn attack                         Normal
24 strugle (?)       jitabata          Normal    damages them, but not you
29 fury attack                         Normal
38/41 Waterfall                        Water     now a HM
43/49 horn drill                       Normal
52/61 agility                          Psychic

Name(s): 120- staryu/121-starmie
Evolution(s): Water stone starmie
Type(s): Water, Water/Psychic
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- tackle                             Normal
--- harden                             Normal
07 Water gun                           Water
13 spinning tackle(?) kousoku-"spin"   Normal   moderate damage
19 recover                             Normal
25 swift                               Normal
31 bubblebeam                          Water
37 minimize                            Normal
43 lightscreen                         Psychic
50 hydropump                           Water

Name(s): 122-Mr. mime
Evolution(s): none
Type(s): Psychic
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- barrier                            Psychic
06 confusion                           Psychic
11 substitute                          Normal
16 meditate                            Psychic
21 double slap                         Normal
26 reflect                             Psychic
26 light screen                        Psychic
31 encore                              Normal    makes your enemy use the 
same move it did last round
36 Psychic                             Psychic
41 baton touch                         Normal   auto switch your pokemon
46 mystery protect                     Normal   prevents abNormal status 
(ex: sleep, paralized, Poisoned)


Name(s): 123- scyther/212-hassamu
Evolution(s): trade with a steel jacket for hassamu
Type(s): bug/Flying, bug/steel (OH YES!!!)
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- quick attack                       Normal
--- leer                               Normal
06 focus energy                        Normal
12 Chase                               Evil     tackle-like move + damage
when enemy switches. (withdrawn pokemon)
18 clean cut (?)     mineuchi          Normal    Normal damage, but 
CANNOT lower below 1HP
24 agility                             Psychic
30/X wing attack                       Flying
X/30 iron claw                         steel     heavy attack
36 slash                               Normal
42 swords dance                        Normal
48 double team                         Normal

hassamu
height: 1.8 m
weight: 118.0 kg


Name(s):124- jynx
Evolution(s): breed jynx with anything for muchuru
Type(s): Ice/Psychic
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- pound                              Normal
--- lick                               Ghost
--- snowfall                           Ice       weak Ice attack
--- lovely kiss                        Normal
21 double slap                         Normal
25 Ice punch                           Ice
35 black gaze                          Normal    blocks switching/running
41 body slam                           Normal
51 horrible note                       Normal    3 turn countdown. if either 
pokemon is still out, it is auto-KO'd
57 blizzard                            Ice

Name(s):125-electabuzz
Evolution(s): breed for elekid
Type(s): Electric
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- quick attack                        Normal
--- leer                                Normal
--- thunderpunch                        Electric
17 light screen                         Psychic
25 swift                                Normal
36 screech                              Normal
47 thunderbolt                          Electric
58 thunder                              Electric

Name(s): 126-magmar
Evolution(s): breed for bubbi
Type(s): Fire
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- ember                              Fire
--- leer                               Normal
--- smog                               Poison
--- Fire punch                         Fire
25 smoke screen                        Normal
33 Fire rain                           Fire      raises Fire attack power
for 5 turns
41 flamethrower                        Fire
49 confuse ray                         Ghost
57 Fire blast                          Fire

Name(s): 127-pinsir
Evolution(s): none
Type(s): bug
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- vIce grip                          Normal
07 focus energy                        Normal
13 constrict                           Normal
19 seismic toss                        Fighting
25 harden                              Normal
31 gullotine                           Normal
37 submission                          Fighting
43 swords dance                        Normal

Name(s): 128-tauros
Evolution(s): none
Type(s): Normal
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- tackle                             Normal
04 tail whip                           Normal
08 rage                                Normal
13 horn attack                         Normal
19 scary face                          Normal    lowers speed greatly
26 Chase                               Evil     tackle-like move + damage
when enemy switches. (withdrawn pokemon)
34 rest                                Psychic
43 thrash                              Normal
53 take down                           Normal

Name(s): 129-magikarp/130-gyarados
Evolution(s): L20 gyarados
Type(s): Water, Water/Flying
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
X/--- thrash                           Normal
---/X splash                           Normal
15/X tackle                            Normal
X/20 bite                              Evil
X/25 Dragonrage                        Dragon
X/30 leer                              Normal
X/35 tornado                           Dragon    moderate Dragon damage
X/40 hydropump                         Water
X/45 rain                              Water     powers up all Water moves
for 5 turns
X/50 hyperbeam                         Normal

Name(s): 131-lapras
Evolution(s): none
Type(s): Ice/Water
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- Water gun                          Water
--- growl                              Normal
--- sing                               Normal
08 haze                                Ice
15 body slam                           Normal
22 confuse ray                         Ghost
29 horrible note                       Normal   3 turn countdown. if either 
pokemon is still out, it is auto-KO'd
36 Ice beam                            Ice
43 mist                                Water
50 mystery protect                     Normal   prevents abNormal status 
(ex: sleep, paralized, Poisoned)
57 hydropump                           Water

Name(s): 132- ditto
Evolution(s): none
Type(s):  Normal
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- transform                          Normal


Name(s): 133- eevee
Evolution(s): Fire stone: flareon.  Water stone: vaporeon. 
Thunder stone: jolteon.  L51 day: efi(or when happy at day) 
L51 night: blacky(or when happy at night)
Type(s): Normal
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- tackle                             Normal
--- tail whip                          Normal
08 sand attack                         Ground
16 growl                               Normal
23 quick attack                        Normal
30 bite                                Evil
36 focus energy                        Normal
42 take down                           Normal


Name(s): 134-vaporeon
Evolution(s): none
Type(s): Water
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- tackle                             Normal
--- tail whip                          Normal
08 sand attack                         Ground
16 Water gun                           Water
23 quick attack                        Normal
30 bite                                Evil
36 aurora beam                         Ice
42 haze                                Ice
47 acid armor                          Poison
52 hydropump                           Water

Name(s): 135-jolteon
Evolution(s):none
Type(s): Electric
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- tackle                             Normal
--- tail whip                          Normal
08 sand attack                         Ground
16 thundershock                        Electric
23 quick attack                        Normal
30 double kick                         Fighting
36 pin missles                         bug
42 thunderwave                         Electric
47 agility                             Psychic
52 thunder                             Electric

Name(s): 136-flareon
Evolution(s): none
Type(s): Fire
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- tackle                             Normal
--- tail whip                          Normal
08 sand attack                         Ground
16 ember                               Fire
23 quick attack                        Normal
30 bite                                Evil
36 Fire spin                           Fire
42 smog                                Poison
47 leer                                Normal
52 flamethrower                        Fire

Name(s): 196- efi
Evolution(s): none
Type(s): Psychic
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- tackle                             Normal
--- tail whip                          Normal
08 sand attack                         Ground
16 confusion                           Psychic
23 quick attack                        Normal
30 swift                               Normal
36 psybeam                             Psychic
42 self hypnosis(???) jikoanji         Normal    unknown #2
47 Psychic                             Psychic
52 healing(?)        asanohizashi      Normal    heals

Efi:
height: 0.9 m
weight: 26.5 kg

Name(s): 197-blacky
Evolution(s): none
Type(s):  Evil
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- tackle                             Normal
--- tail whip                          Normal
08 sand attack                         Ground
16 Chase                               Evil     tackle-like move + damage
when enemy switches. (withdrawn pokemon)
23 quick attack                        Normal
30 confuse ray                         Ghost
36 trick                               Evil     disapears, then hits enemy
(never misses)
42 black gaze                          Normal    blocks switching/running
47 screech                             Normal
52 healing(?)        tsukenohikari     Normal    heals 50%

blacky:
height: 1.0 m
weight: 27.0 kg


Name(s): 137- porygon/233-porygon 2
Evolution(s): trade with upgrade item for porygon 2
Type(s): Normal
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- conversion                         Normal
--- tackle                             Normal
--- un-conversion                      Normal
09 agility                             Psychic
12 psybeam                             Psychic
20 recover                             Normal
24/X sharpen                           Normal
X/24 defenc curl                       Normal
32 recon (???)         rokuon          Normal    raises/lowers something 
36 triattack                           Normal
44 Electric attack (?) denjihou        Electric  very large bolt

porygon 2
height: 0.6 m
weight: 32.5 kg


Name(s): 138-omanyte/139-omastar
Evolution(s): L40 omastar
Type(s): Rock/Water
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- wrap                               Normal
--- withdraw                           Water
13 bite                                Evil
19 Water gun                           Water
31 leer                                Normal
37 protect(???)      mamoru            Normal    unknown#1
X/40 spike cannon                      Normal
49/54 atom force                       Rock      Rocks hit enemy, major dam
55/65 hydropump                        Water

Name(s): 140-kabuto/141-kabutops
Evolution(s): L40 kabutops
Type(s): Rock/Water
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- scratch                            Normal
--- harden                             Normal
10 absorb                              Grass
19 leer                                Normal
28 sand attack                         Ground
37 focus energy                        Normal
X/40 slash                             Normal
46/51 mega drain                       Grass
55/65 atom force                       Rock      Rocks hit enemy, major dam

Name(s): 142- aerodactyl
Evolution(s): none
Type(s): Rock/Flying
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- wing attack                        Flying
08 agility                             Psychic
15 bite                                Evil
22 supersonic                          Normal
29 atom force                          Rock     Rocks hit enemy, major dam
36 scary face                          Normal    lowers speed greatly
43 take down                           Normal
50 hyperbeam                           Normal

Name(s): 143-snorlax
Evolution(s): none
Type(s): Normal
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- tackle                             Normal
08 ammnesia                            Psychic
15 defence curl                        Normal
22 painful song(???) haradaiko         Normal    50% damage to self.  
singing notes and slaping on you.
29 headbutt                            Normal    shakes trees
36 snoring                             Normal    attack ONLY when asleap
36 rest                                Psychic
43 body slam                           Normal
50 roll                                Rock      each time, damage doubles
57 hyperbeam                           Normal

Name(s): 144- articuno
Evolution(s): none
Type(s): Ice/Flying
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- gust                               Flying
--- snowfall                           Ice       weak Ice attack
13 mist                                Ice
25 agility                             Psychic
37 homming(???)       kokoronome       Normal    homming signs go in...
49 Ice beam                            Ice
61 reflect                             Psychic
73 blizzard                            Ice

Name(s): 145-zapdos
Evolution(s): none
Type(s): Electric/Flying
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- peck                               Flying
--- thundershock                       Electric
13 thunderwave                         Electric
25 agility                             Psychic
37 juke                                Fighting  if works, raises evade. if 
fails, lowers accuracy
49 drill peck                          Flying
61 light screen                        Psychic
73 thunder                             Electric

Name(s): 146-moltres
Evolution(s): none
Type(s): Fire/Flying
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- wing attack                        Flying
--- ember                              Fire
13 Fire spin                           Fire
25 agility                             Psychic
37 HP guard                            Normal    prevents you from being 
KO'd for 1 round (HP cant go below 1hp)
49 flamethrower                        Fire
61 mystery protect                     Normal    prevents abNormal status 
(ex: sleep, paralized, Poisoned)
73 sky attack                          Flying    so cool...

Name(s): 147-dratini/148-Dragonair/149-Dragonite
Evolution(s): L30 Dragonair, L55 Dragonite
Type(s): Dragon, Dragon, Dragon/Flying
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- wrap                               Normal
--- leer                               Normal
08 thunderwave                         Electric
15 tornado                             Dragon    moderate Dragon damage
22 Dragonrage                          Dragon
29 slam                                Normal
36/38 agility                          Psychic
43/47 mystery protect                  Normal    prevents abNormal status 
(ex: sleep, paralized, Poisoned)
X/X/55 wing attack                     Flying
50/56/61 Dragon glow                   Dragon    glows, then hits.  Massive 
Dragon damage.  Sometimes confuses you though.
57/65/75 hyperbeam                     Normal

Name(s): 150-mewtwo
Evolution(s):none (sorry guys:-)
Type(s): Psychic
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- confusion                          Psychic
--- disable                            Normal
11 barrier                             Psychic
22 swift                               Normal
33 self hypnosis(???) jikoanji         Normal    unknown #2
44 Clairvoyance                        Psychic   in 2 turns, you use a 
massive attack 
55 mist                                Ice
66 Psychic                             Psychic
77 ammnesia                            Psychic
88 recover                             Normal
99 mystery protect                     Normal    prevents abNormal status 
(ex: sleep, paralized, Poisoned)

Name(s): 151-mew
Evolution(s): none 
Type(s): Psychic
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- pound                              Normal
10 transform                           Normal
20 mega punch                          Normal
30 metronome                           Normal
40 Psychic                             Psychic
50 atom force                          Rock      Rocks hit enemy, major dam


Name(s): 152-chikolita/153-beirifu/154-meganiumu
Evolution(s): L16 beirifu, L32 meganimumu
Type(s):  Grass
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- tackle                             Normal
--- growl                              Normal
08 razor leaf                          Grass
12 reflect                             Psychic
15 Poison powder                       Poison
22/23 Plant heal(?)  kougousei         Grass     25% heal
29/31 body slam                        Normal
36/39/41 light screen                  Psychic
43/47/51 mystery protect               Normal    prevents abNormal status 
(ex: sleep, paralized, Poisoned)
50/55/61  solar beam                   Grass

chikolita            beirifu            meganiumu
height: 0.9 m        1.2m               1.8m
weight: 6.4 kg       15.8kg             100.5 kg


Name(s): 155-hinoarashi/156-magumarashi/157-bakufun
Evolution(s): L14 magumarashi, L36 bakufun
Type(s): Fire
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- tackle                             Normal
--- leer                               Normal
06 smoke screen                        Normal
12 ember                               Fire
19/21 quick attack                     Normal
27/31 flame curl                       Fire       Fire spins around you, 
then hits
36/42/45 swift                         Normal
46/54/60 flamethrower                  Fire

hinoarashi            magumarashi            bakufun
height:0.5m           0.9 m                  1.5 m
weight: 7.9 kg        19.0kg                 79.5 kg


Name(s): 158-waninoko/159-aligates/160-odairu
Evolution(s): L18 aligates, L30 odairu
Type(s): Water
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- scratch                            Normal
--- leer                               Normal
07 rage                                Normal
13 Water gun                           Water
20/21 bite                             Evil
27/28 scary face                       Normal    lowers speed
35/37/38 slash                         Normal
43/45/47 screech                       Normal
52/55/58 hydropump                     Water

waninoko            aligates            odairu
height:0.6 m        1.1 m               2.3 m
weight:9.5kg        25.5kg              88.8 kg

Name(s): 161-otachi/162-ootachi
Evolution(s): L15 ootachi
Type(s): Normal
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- tackle                             Normal
05 defence curl                        Normal
11 quick attack                        Normal
17/18 fury swipes                      Normal
25/28 slam                             Normal
33/38 rest                             Psychic
41/48 ammnesia                         Psychic

otachi                  ootachi
height: 0.8 m           1.8 m
weight: 6.0 kg          32.5 kg


Name(s): 163-hoohoo/164-yorunozuku
Evolution(s): L20 yorunozuku
Type(s): Normal/Flying
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- tackle                             Normal
--- growl                              Normal
06 sparkly                             Normal    raises accuracy
11 peck                                Flying
16 hypnosis                            Psychic
22/25 reflect                          Psychic
28/33 double edge                      Normal
34/41 confusion                        Psychic
48/57 dream eater                      Psychic

hoohoo                yorunozuku
height: 0.7 m         1.6 m
weight: 21.2 kg       40.8 kg


Name(s): 165- rediba/ 166-redeian
Evolution(s): L18 redeian
Type(s): bug/Flying
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- tackle                             Normal
08 supersonic                          Normal
15 comet punch                         Normal
22/24 mystery protect                  Normal    prevents abNormal status 
(ex: sleep, paralized, Poisoned)
22/24 reflect                          Psychic
22/24 light screen                     Psychic
29/33 baton touch                      Normal   auto switch your pokemon
36/42 swift                            Normal
43/51 agility                          Psychic
50/60 take down                        Normal

rediba                redeian
height: 1.0m          1.4m
weight: 10.8 kg       35.6 kg


Name(s): 167-itomaru/168-araidosu
Evolution(s): L22 araidosu
Type(s): bug/Poison
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- Poison sting                       Poison
--- string shot                        bug
06 leer                                Normal
11 constrict                           Normal
17 nightshade                          Ghost
23/25 leech life                       bug
30/34 fury swipes                      Normal
37/43 cobweb                           bug       blocks switching
45/53 screech                          Normal
55/63 Psychic                          Psychic

itomaru             araidosu
height: 0.5 m       1.1 m
weight: 8.5 kg      33.5 kg

Name(s): 170-chonchi/171-rantan
Evolution(s): L27 rantan
Type(s): Electric/Water
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- bubble                             Water
--- thunderwave                        Electric
05 supersonic                          Normal
13 struggle(?)       jitabata          Normal    damages them, but not you
17 Water gun                           Water
25 spark                               Electric  moderate Electric attack
29/33 confuse ray                      Ghost
37/45 double edge                      Normal
41/53 hydropump                        Water

chonchi            rantan
height: 0.5 m      1.2 m
weight: 12.0 kg    22.5 kg


Name(s): 172-pichu
Evolution(s): L51 pikachu
Type(s): Electric
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- thundershock                       Electric
--- lil' heart                         Normal    greatly lowers attack
06 tail whip                           Normal
08 thunderwave                         Electric
11 angel kiss                          Normal   confuses enemy

pichu
height: 0.3 m
weight: 2.0 kg


Name(s):173-pii
Evolution(s): L51 clefairy or when happy
Type(s): Normal
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- pound                              Normal
--- lil' heart                         Normal    greatly lowers attack
04 encore                              Normal    makes your enemy use the 
same move it did last round 2-6 times
08 sing                                Normal
13 angel kiss                          Normal    confuses enemy

pi:
height:  0.3 m
weight:  3.0 kg


Name(s): 174-pupurin
Evolution(s): L51 jigglypuff or when happy
Type(s): Normal
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- sing             Normal
--- lil' heart                         Normal    greatly lowers attack
04 defence curl                        Normal
09 pound                               Normal
14 angel kiss                          Normal    confuses enemy

pupurin
height: 0.3 m
weight: 1.0 kg

Name(s): 175-togepi/176-togechicu
Evolution(s): L51 togechicu or when happy
Type(s): Normal, Normal/Flying
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- growl                              Normal
--- lil' heart                         Normal    greatly lowers attack
07 metronome                           Normal
18 angel kiss                          Normal    confuses enemy
encore                                 Normal    makes your enemy use the 
same move it did last round for 2 to 6 rounds
31 mystery protect                     Normal    prevents abNormal status 
(ex: sleep, paralized, Poisoned)
38 take down                           Normal

togepi            togechicu
height: 0.3 m     0.6 m
weight: 1.5 kg    3.2 kg


Name(s): 177-neitei/178-neiteio
Evolution(s): L25 neiteio
Type(s): Psychic/Flying
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- peck                               Flying
--- leer                               Normal
10 night shade                         Ghost
20 teleport                            Psychic
30/35 Clairvoyance                     Psychic   in 2 turns, you use a 
massive attack
40/50 confuse ray                      Ghost
50/65 Psychic                          Psychic

neitei            neiteio
height: 0.2 m     1.5 m
weight: 2.0 kg    15.0 kg


Name(s):179-mereep/180-mokoko/181-denryuu
Evolution(s): L15 mokoko, L30 denryuu
Type(s): Electric
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- tackle                             Normal
--- growl                              Normal
09 thundershock                        Electric
16/18 thunderwave                      Electric
23/27 dandelion                        Grass     greatly lowers enemy speed
X/X/30 thunderpunch                    Electric
30/36/42 light screen                  Psychic
37/45/57 thunder                       Electric

mereep            mokoko            denryuu
height: 0.6 m     0.8 m             1.6 m
weight: 7.8 kg    13.3 kg           61.5 kg


Name(s): 183-marril/184-mariruri
Evolution(s): L18 mariruri
Type(s): Water
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- tackle                             Normal
--- defence curl                       Normal
06 tail whip                           Normal
10 Water gun                           Water
15 roll                                Rock      each time, damage doubles
21/25 bubblebeam                       Water
28/36 take down                        Normal
36/48 rain                             Water     powers up all Water moves 
for 5 turns

marril            mariruri
height: 0.4 m     0.8 m
weight: 8.5 kg    28.5 kg


Name(s): 185-usokki
Evolution(s): none
Type(s): Rock  (yes, I KNOW its a tree, and yes I KNOW I wrote Rock)
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- Rock throw                         Rock
--- mimic                              Normal
10 struggle(?)       jitabata          Normal    damages them, but not you
19 rolling kick                        Fighting
28 Rock slide                          Rock      lots and lots of Rocks
37 trick                               Evil     disapears, then hits enemy
(never misses)
46 slam                                Normal

usokki
height: 1.2 m
weight: 38.0 kg


Name(s): 187-hanekko/188-popokko/189-watakko
Evolution(s): L18 popokko, L27 watakko
Type(s): plant/Flying
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- splash                             Normal
--- Plant heal(?)    kougousei         Grass     25% heal
05 tail whip                           Normal
10 tackle                              Normal
13 Poison powder                       Poison
15 stun spore                          Grass
17 sleep powder                        Grass
20/22 leech seed                       Grass
25/29/33 dandelion                     Grass     greatly lowers enemy speed
30/36/44 mega drain                    Grass

hanekko            popokko            watakko
height: 0.4 m      0.6 m              0.8 m
weight: 0.5 kg     1.0 kg             3.0 kg


Name(s): 190-eipamu
Evolution(s): none
Type(s): Normal
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- scratch                            Normal
--- tail whip                          Normal
06 sand attack                         Ground
12 baton touch                         Normal    auto switch your pokemon
19 fury swipes                         Normal
27 swift                               Normal
36 screech                             Normal
46 agility                             Psychic

eipamu
height: 0.8 m
weight: 11.5 kg


Name(s): 191-himanuts/192-kimawani
Evolution(s): solar stone kimawani
Type(s):  Grass
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
---/--- absorb                         Grass
X/--- pound                            Normal
4/4 growth                             Normal
10/X mega drain                        Grass
X/10 razor leaf                        Grass
19/19 Fire rain                        Fire      raises Fire attack power
for 5 turns
31/X Plant heal(?)   kougousei         Grass     25% heal
X/31 petal dance                       Grass
46/X giga-drain                        Grass     kiss your HP goodbye...
X/46 solar beam                        Grass

himanuts            kimawani
height: 0.3 m       0.8 m
weight: 1.8 kg      8.5 kg


Name(s): 193-yanyanma
Evolution(s): none
Type(s): bug/Flying
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- tackle                             Normal
--- sparkly                            Normal    raises accuracy
07 quick attack                        Normal
13 double team                         Normal
19 sonic boom                          Normal
25 juke                                Fighting  if works, raises evade. if 
fails, lowers accuracy
31 supersonic                          Normal
37 swift                               Normal
43 screech                             Normal

yanyanma
height:  1.2 m
weight:  38.0 kg


Name(s): 194-upaa/195-nuua
Evolution(s): L20 nuua
Type(s): Water/Ground
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- Water gun                          Water
--- tail whip                          Normal
11 slam                                Normal
21/23 ammnesia                         Psychic
31/35 earthquake                       Ground
41/47 rain                             Water     powers up all Water moves 
for 5 turns
51/59 haze                             Ice
51/59 mist                             Ice

upaa                     nuua
height: 0.4 m            1.4 m
weight: 8.5 kg           75.0 kg


Name(s): 198-yamikarasu
Evolution(s): none
Type(s): Evil/Flying
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- peck                               Flying
11 Chase                               Evil     tackle-like move + damage
when enemy switches. (withdrawn pokemon)
16 haze                                Ice
26 nightshade                          Ghost
31 trick                               Evil     disapears, then hits enemy
(never misses)
41 black gaze                          Normal    blocks switching/running

yamikarasu
height: 0.5 m
weight: 2.1 kg


Name(s): 200-muuma
Evolution(s): none
Type(s): Ghost
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- growl                              Normal
--- psywave                            Psychic
06 Ghost helper                        Ghost     Drains PP
12 confuse ray                         Ghost
19 black gaze                          Normal    blocks switching/running
27 psybeam                             Psychic
36 share pain                          Normal    takes the average of both
pokemons HP, and gives that much to both  (can damage or heal)
46 horrible note                       Normal    3 turn countdown. if 
either pokemon is still out, it is auto-KO'd

muuma
height: 0.7 m
weight:  1.0 kg



Name(s):201-annon
Evolution(s): none
Type(s):  Psychic
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- wake up power                      Normal    a moderatly strong attack

annon
height:  0.5 m
weight: 5.0 kg


Name(s): 202-sonansu
Evolution(s): none
Type(s):  Psychic
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
---multi-fight(?)    kauntaa           Fighting  weird attack...
---unknown (???)     miraakooto        Psychic   unknown #3 
---mystery protect                     Normal    prevents abNormal status 
(ex: sleep, paralized, Poisoned)
---moon ray                            Ghost     if used the turn before
you pokemon is KO'd, enemy also is Ko'd.

sonansu
height: 1.3 m
weight: 28.5 kg


Name(s):203-kirinriki (aka push-me-pull-me:-)
Evolution(s):none
Type(s): Normal/Psychic
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- tackle                             Normal
--- growl                              Normal
--- confusion                          Psychic
--- stomp                              Normal
20 agility                             Psychic
30 baton toss                          Normal    auto switch your pokemon
41 psybeam                             Psychic
54 Evil bite                          Evil     major damage

kirinriki
height: 1.5 m
weight: 41.5 kg


Name(s): 204-kunugidama/205-fuoretosu
Evolution(s): L31 fouretosu
Type(s): bug, bug/steel
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- tackle                             Normal
--- protect(???)     mamoru            Normal    unknown#1
08 self destruct                       Normal
15 double edge                         Normal
22 spinning tackle(?) kousoku-"spin"   Normal    some damage
29 delayed power punch(?) kaman        Normal    glows, wait 2 turns, then a
major punch
36/39 explosion                        Normal
43/49 Ground spikes                    Ground    hurts any non-Flying pokemon
when enemy switches pokemon
50/59 take down                        Normal

kunugidama       fuoretosu
height: 0.6 m    1.2 m
weight: 7.2 kg   125.8 kg  (weight gain 2000....beefcake...BEEFCAKE!!!)


Name(s): 206-nokocchi
Evolution(s): none
Type(s): Normal
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- rage                               Normal
05 defence curl                        Normal
13 glare                               Normal
18 Ghost helper                        Ghost     Drains PP
26 Chase                               Evil     tackle-like move + damage
when enemy switches. (withdrawn pokemon)
30 screech                             Normal
38 double edge                         Normal

nokocchi
height: 1.5 m
weight: 14.0 kg


Name(s): 207-guraiga
Evolution(s): none
Type(s): Ground/Flying  
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- Poison sting                       Poison
06 sand attack                         Ground
14 harden                              Normal
20 quick attack                        Normal
28 trick                               Evil     disapears, then hits enemy
(never misses)
36 slash                               Normal
44 screech                             Normal
52 ultra-slash(?) hasamikirochin       Normal    masive damage

guraiga
height: 1.1 m
weight: 64.8 kg


Name(s):209-buru(snubble?)/210-gurunburuu
Evolution(s): L23 gurunburuu
Type(s): Normal
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- tackle                             Normal
--- scary                              Normal    lowers speed greatly
04 tail whip                           Normal
08 lil' heart                          Normal    greatly lowers attack
13 bite                                Evil
19 lick                                Ghost
26/28 roar                             Normal
34/38 rage                             Normal
43/51 double edge                      Normal

buruu              gurunburuu
height: 0.6 m      1.4 m
weight: 7.8 kg     48.7 kg


Name(s):211-harisen
Evolution(s): none
Type(s): Water/Poison
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- tackle                             Normal
--- Poison sting                       Poison
10 harden                              Normal
10 minimize                            Normal
19 Watergun                            Water
28 pin missle                          bug
37 double edge                         Normal
46 hydropump                           Water

harisen
height: 0.5 m
weight: 3.9 kg


Name(s): 213-tsubotsubo
Evolution(s): none
Type(s): bug/Rock
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- constrict                          Normal
--- withdraw                           Water
09 wrap                                Normal
14 encore                              Normal    makes your enemy use the 
same move it did last round for 2 to 6 turns
23 mystery protect                     Normal    prevents abNormal status 
(ex: sleep, paralized, Poisoned)
28 delayed power punch(?) kaman        Normal    glows, wait 2 turns, 
then major punch
37 rest                                Psychic

tsubotsubo
height: 0.6 m
weight: 20.5 kg


Name(s):214-herakurosu
Evolution(s): none
Type(s): bug/Fighting
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- tackle                             Normal
--- leer                               Normal
06 horn attack                         Normal
12 focus energy                        Normal
19 fury attack                         Normal
27 multi-fight                         Fighting  weird attack...
35 double edge                         Normal
44 star kick(?)      keshikaisei       Fighting  powerful kick
54 mega horn                           bug       1 hit KO

herakurosu
height: 1.5 m
weight: 54.0 kg


Name(s): 215-nyura
Evolution(s): none
Type(s):  Evil/Ice
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- scratch                            Normal
--- leer                               Normal
09 quick attack                        Normal
17 screech                             Normal
25 trick                               Evil     disapears, then hits enemy
(never misses)
33 fury swipes                         Normal
41 agility                             Psychic
49 slash                               Normal
57 repeated tackle(?) fukuradataki     Evil     2-5 attacks in 1 rd

nyura
height: 0.9 m
weight: 28.0 kg


Name(s):216-himeguma/217-ringuma
Evolution(s): L30 ringuma
Type(s): Normal
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- scratch                            Normal
--- leer                               Normal
08 lick                                Ghost
15 fury swipes                         Normal
22 trick                               Evil     disapears, then hits enemy
(never misses)
29 rest                                Psychic
36/39 slash                            Normal
43/49 snoring                          Normal    attack ONLY while asleap
50/59 thrash                           Normal
                                      
himeguma             ringuma
height: 0.6 m        1.8 m
weight: 8.8 kg       125.8 kg


Name(s): 218-magumaggu/219-magukarugo
Evolution(s): L38 magukarugo
Type(s): Fire, Fire/Rock
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- smog                               Poison
08 ember                               Fire
15 Rock throw                          Rock
22 harden                              Normal
29 ammnesia                            Psychic
36 flamethrower                        Fire
43/48 Rock slide                       Rock      lots and lots of Rocks
50/60 body slam                        Normal

magumaggu            magukarugo
height: 0.7 m        0.8 m
weight: 35.0 kg      55.0 kg


Name(s):220-urimuu/221-Inumuu
Evolution(s): L33 inumuu
Type(s): Ice/Ground
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- tackle                             Normal
10 snowfall                            Ice       weak Ice attack
19 HP guard                            Normal    prevents you from being 
KO'd for 1 round (HP cant go below 1hp)
28 double edge                         Normal
X/33 fury attack                       Normal
37/42 haze                             Ice
46/56 Ice beam                         Ice

urimuu               Inumuu
height: 0.4 m        1.1 m
weight: 6.5 kg       55.8 kg


Name(s):222-saniigo
Evolution(s): none
Type(s): Rock/Water
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- tackle                             Normal
07 harden                              Normal
13 bubble                              Water
19 recover                             Normal
25 bubble beam                         Water
31 spike cannon                        Normal
37 unknown (???)      miraakooto       Psychic   unknown #3 
43 atom force                          Rock      Rocks hit enemy, major dam

saniigo
height: 0.6 m
weight: 5.0 kg


Name(s): 223-temppouo/224-okutan
Evolution(s): L25 okutan
Type(s): Water
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- Water gun                          Water
11 recon (???)       rokuon            Normal    raises/lowers something
22 bubblebeam                          Water
22 psybeam                             Psychic
22 aurora beam                         Ice
X/25 okutan-bubble                     Water     1 big bubble(large damage)
33/38 focus energy                     Normal
44/54 Ice beam                         Ice
55/70 hyperbeam                        Normal

temppouo            okutan
height: 0.6 m       0.9 m
weight: 12.0 kg     28.5 kg


Name(s):225-deribado
Evolution(s): none
Type(s): Ice/Flying
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- present                            Normal    large damage sometimes, 
heals others (1/8 time heals, 7/8 time large damage)

deribado
height: 0.9 m
weight: 16.0 kg


Name(s): 226-maintain
Evolution(s): none
Type(s): Water/Flying
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- tackle                             Normal
--- bubble                             Water
10 supersonic                          Normal
18 bubblebeam                          Water
25 double edge                         Normal
32 agility                             Psychic
40 wing attack                         Flying
49 confuse ray                         Ghost

maintain
height: 2.1 m
weight: 220.0 kg

Name(s):227- eamudo
Evolution(s):none
Type(s):  steel/Flying
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- leer                               Normal
--- peck                               Flying
13 sand attack                         Ground
19 swift                               Normal
25 agility                             Psychic
37 fury attack                         Normal
49 steel wing                          steel     heavy attack

eamudo
height: 1.7 m
weight:  50.5 kg


Name(s):228-derubiru/229-heruga
Evolution(s):L24 heruga
Type(s):  Evil/Fire
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
---leer                                Normal
--- ember                              Fire
07 roar                                Normal
13 smog                                Poison
20 bite                                Evil
27/30 trick                            Evil     disapears, then hits enemy
(never misses)
35/41 flamethrower                     Fire
43/52 Evil bite                       Evil     major damage...

derubiru             heruga
height: 0.6 m        1.4 m
weight: 10.8 kg      35.0 kg


Name(s):231-gomazou/232-donfan
Evolution(s): L25 donfan
Type(s): Ground
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- tackle                             Normal
--- growl                              Normal
09 defence curl                        Normal
17 struggle(?)       jitabata          Normal    damages them, but not you
25 double edge                         Normal
X/25 fury attack                       Normal
33/33 roll                             Rock      each turn, damage doubles
41/X focus energy                      Normal
X/41 spinning tackle(?) kousoku-"spin" Normal    moderate damage
49/X take down                         Normal
X/49 earthquake                        Ground

gomazou            donfan
height: 0.5 m      1.1 m
weight: 33.5 kg    120.0 kg


Name(s): 234- odoshishi
Evolution(s): none
Type(s): Normal
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- tackle                             Normal
08 leer                                Normal
15 hypnotize                           Psychic
23 stomp                               Normal
31 sand attack                         Ground
40 double edge                         Normal
49 confuse ray                         Ghost

odoshishi
height: 1.4 m
weight: 71.2 kg 


Name(s): 235-doburu
Evolution(s):none
Type(s):  Normal
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- paint(???)       sukkechi          Normal    1 pp, paints?

doburu
height: 1.2 m
weight: 58.0 kg



Name(s): 236-baruki
Evolution(s): L20 hitmonchan or L20 hitmonlee or L20 kapoera
Type(s): Fighting
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- tackle                             Normal

baruki
height: 0.7 m
weight: 21.0 kg


Name(s): 237-kapoera
Evolution(s): none
Type(s): Fighting
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- rolling kick                       Fighting
07 focus energy                        Normal
13 Chase                               Evil     tackle-like move + damage
when enemy switches. (withdrawn pokemon)
19 quick attack                        Normal
25 spinning tackle(?) kousoku-"spin"   Normal    moderate damage
31 multi-fight                         Fighting  weird attack...
37 agility                             Psychic
43 juke                                Fighting  if works, raises evade. if 
fails, lowers accuracy
49 tripple kick                        Fighting  3 kicks

kapoera
height: 1.4 m
weight: 48.0 kg




Name(s):238-muchuru
Evolution(s): L30 jynx
Type(s): Ice/Psychic
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- pound                              Normal
--- lick                               Ghost
09 angel kiss                          Normal    confuses enemy
13 snowfall                            Ice       weak Ice attack
21 confusion                           Psychic
25 sing                                Normal
33 black gaze                          Normal    blocks switching/running
37 Psychic                             Psychic
45 horrible note                       Normal    3 turn countdown. if either 
pokemon is still out, it is auto-KO'd
49 blizzard                            Ice

muchuru
height: 0.4 m
weight: 6.0 kg


Name(s):239-elekid
Evolution(s): L30 electrabuzz
Type(s): Electric
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- quick attack                       Normal
--- leer                               Normal
09 thunder punch                       Electric
17 light screen                        Psychic
25 swift                               Normal
33 screech                             Normal
41 thunderbolt                         Electric
49 thunder                             Electric

elekid
height: 0.6 m
weight: 23.5 kg


Name(s): 240-bubbi
Evolution(s): L30 magmar
Type(s): Fire
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- ember                              Fire
--- leer                               Normal
13 smog                                Poison
19 Fire punch                          Fire
25 smoke screen                        Normal
31 Fire rain                           Fire      raises Fire attack power
for 5 turns
37 flamethrower                        Fire
43 confuse ray                         Ghost
49 Fire blast                          Fire

bubbi
height: 0.7 m
weight: 21.4 kg


Name(s): 241-milktank
Evolution(s): none
Type(s): Normal
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- tackle                             Normal
04 growl                               Normal
08 defence curl                        Normal
13 stomp                               Normal
19 milk cup                            Normal    heals you, or other pokemon
26 delayed power punch(?) kaman        Normal    glows, wait 2 turns, then 
major punch
34 roll                                Rock      each turn, damage doubles
43 body slam                           Normal
53 ringing bell			       Normal

milktank
weight: 1.2 m
height: 75.5 kg


Name(s): 243-raikou
Evolution(s):none
Type(s): Electric
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- bite                               Evil
--- leer                               Normal
11 thundershock                        Electric
21 roar                                Normal
31 quick attack                        Normal
41 spark                               Electric  moderate Electric attack
51 reflect                             Psychic
61 Evil bite                          Evil     major damage
71 thunder                             Electric

raikou
height: 1.9 m
weight: 178.0 kg


Name(s):244-entei (sometimes called doomsday)
Evolution(s): none
Type(s): Fire
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- bite                               Evil
--- leer                               Normal
11 ember                               Fire
21 roar                                Normal
31 Firespin                            Fire
41 stomp                               Normal
51 flamethrower                        Fire
61 brag                                Normal    confuses but raises enemy attack
71 Fireblast                           Fire

entei
height: 2.1 m
weight:  198.0 kg


Name(s):245-suikun
Evolution(s): none
Type(s): Water
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- bite                               Evil
--- leer                               Normal
11 Watergun                            Water
21 roar                                Normal
31 gust                                Flying
41 bubblebeam                          Water
51 mist                                Ice
61 unknown (???)      miraakooto       Psychic   unknown #3 
71 hydropump                           Water

suikun
height: 2.0 m
weight: 187.0 kg


Name(s): 246-yogirasu/247-sanagirasu/248-bangirasu
Evolution(s): L30 sanagirasu, L55 bangirasu
Type(s): Rock/Ground, Rock/Ground, Rock/Evil
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- bite                               Evil
--- leer                               Normal    
08 sand storm                          Rock      damage all non-Ground types
for multiple turns
15 screech                             Normal
22 Rock slide                          Rock      lots and lots of Rocks
29 thrash                              Normal
36/38 scary face                       Normal    lowers speed greatly
43/47 Evil bite                        Evil     major damage
50/56/61 earthquake                    Ground
57/65/75 hyperbeam                     Normal

yogirasu            sanagirasu         bangirasu
height:  0.6 m      1.2 m              2.0 m
weight: 72.0 kg     152.0 kg           202.0 kg


Name(s):249-lugia
Evolution(s): none
Type(s): Psychic/Flying
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
---air blast                           Flying    big beam
11 mystery protect                     Normal    prevents abNormal status 
(ex: sleep, paralized, Poisoned)
22 gust                                Flying
33 recover                             Normal
44 hydropump                           Water
55 rain                                Water     powers up all Water moves 
for 5 turns
66 swift                               Normal
77 whirlwind                           Normal
88 atom force                          Rock      Rocks hit enemy, major dam
99 Clairvoyance                        Psychic   in 2 turns, you use a massive
attack 

lugia
height: 5.2 m
weight: 216.0 kg


Name(s): 250- houou
Evolution(s):none
Type(s): Fire/Flying
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- holy Fire                          Fire      big Fire attack
11 mystery protect                     Normal    prevents abNormal status 
(ex: sleep, paralized, Poisoned)
22 gust                                Flying
33 recover                             Normal
44 Fire blast                          Fire
55 Fire rain                           Fire      raises Fire attack power
for 5 turns
66 swift                               Normal
77 whirlwind                           Normal
88 atom force                          Rock      Rocks hit enemy, major dam
99 Clairvoyance                        Psychic   in 2 turns, you use a 
massive attack 

houou
height: 3.8 m
weight: 199.0 kg


Name(s): 251- serebii
Evolution(s):none
Type(s): Psychic/Grass
Attacks:             Japanese name     Type      Discription
--- leech seed                         Grass
--- confusion                          Psychic
--- ringing bell (???)iyashinosuzu     Normal    no clue
--- recover                            Normal
10 mystery protect                     Normal    prevents abNormal status 
(ex: sleep, paralized, Poisoned)
20 atom force                          Rock      Rocks hit enemy, major dam
30 Clairvoyance                        Psychic   in 2 turns, you use a 
massive attack 
40 baton touch                         Normal    auto-switch your pokemon
50 horrible note                       Normal    3 turn countdown. if either
pokemon is still out, it is auto-KO'd


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| 17. New Moves										  |
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I also didn't write this. It was sent to me.

New move:		Japanese Name		Type			Description
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Sweet Smell                      		Normal		Causes wild pokemon to 
					    			attack & lowers attack

Eerie face                       		Normal		Lowers speed greatly

Pray For Rain                    		Water		Powers up all Water 
					    			moves for 5 turns

Mystery Protect                  		Normal		Prevents abNormal status 
					    			(ex: sleep, paralized, 
					    			Poisoned)

Sand Storm                       		Rock		Damage all non-Ground, 
					    			Rock or Steel types for 
					    			multi turns

Encore                           		Normal		Makes your enemy use the 
					    			same move it did last round 
					    			for 2 to 6 turns.

Black Gaze                     			Normal		Blocks switching/running

Sparkly                          		Normal		Raises accuracy

Flame Curl                       		Fire		Fire spins around you, 
					    			then hits

Wierd Tackle					Fighting	Some damage, always last

Cross Chop                     			Fighting	Heavy damage

Ghost Helper					Ghost		Drains PP

Wake Up Powder                   		Normal		Moderatly strong attack

Share Pain                       		Normal		Takes average of both
					    			Pokémon HP, and gives 
					    			that much to both (can 
					    			damage or heal)

Cobweb				 		Bug		Blocks Switching

Curse                            		Unknown		Depending on which Pokémon
					    			you have equipped with it,
					    			and their type, it will 
					    			have different effects.
					    			(Ex: Slowpoke, Raises/Lowers
					    			Stats - Gengar, Stabs itself
					    			But curses you killiing you
					    			very quickly.

Moon Ray                         		Ghost		If used the turn before
					    			you pokemon is KO'd, enemy 
					    			also is KO'd.

Evil Bite					Evil		Critical Damage

Juke				 		Fighting	If successful, raises evade. 
					    			if unsuccessful, lowers 
					    			accuracy

HP Guard			 		Normal		Prevents from being KO'd for 
					    			1 turn (HP can't go below 1)

Trick				 		Evil		Disapears, then hits enemy
					    			(100% Accurate)

Chase                            		Evil		Tackle-like move + damage
					    			when enemy switches. 
					    			(Withdrawn pokemon)

Roll                             		Rock		Each attack, damage doubles

Brag				 		Normal		Confuses, but raises enemies
					    			attack

Delayed Power Punch	Kaman     		Normal		Glows, wait 2 turns, then a
					    			major punch.

Clairvoyance                     		Psychic		Bide two rounds, then attacks
					    			dealing major damage

Horrible Note			 		Normal		3 round countdown. If either 
					    			Pokémon is still out, it is 
					    			auto-KO'd

Dandelion                        		Grass		Greatly lowers enemy speed

Tornado                          		Dragon		Moderate Dragon damage

Iron Claw			 		Steel		Very Heavy Damage

Snowfall			 		Ice		Weak Ice Attack

Fire Rain                        		Fire		Raises Fire attack power
					    			for 5 turns

Dragon Glow                   			Dragon		Glows, then hits.  Massive 
					    			Dragon damage, sometimes 
					    			confuses you though.

Mellow Mellow (Lil' Heart)       		Normal          Greatly Lowers Attack

Angel Kiss                       		Normal		Confuses enemy

Mega Horn                        		Bug		1 hit KO (30% Accurate)

Okutan-Bubble                    		Water		1 big bubble (Major damage)

Present				 		Normal		Large damage sometimes, 
					    			heals others (random, but 
					    			damage more often than not)

Steel Wing			 		Steel		Heavy Attack

Milk Cup			 		Normal		Heals you, and other Pokémon

Holy Fire			 		Fire		Massive Fire Attack

Air Blast			 		Flying		Large Beam, doing much damage

Struggle           Jitabata			Normal		Damages them, but not you

Photosynthesis     Kougousei			Grass		25% heal

Spinning Tackle    Kousoku spin  		Normal		Moderate damage

healing            Tsukenohikari 		Normal		Heals 50%, Like Recover

Multi-Rock Throw   Meganichuudo  		Ground		1-10 Rocks are thrown, 
					    			damaging the enemy

Electric Shock     Denjihou      		Electric	Very large bolt

Clean Cut          Mineuchi      		Normal		Normal damage, but CANNOT 
					    			lower below 1HP

Poision Sludge     Hedorubakudan 		Poison		Major damage

Bone Spin          Boonrashu     		Ground		Bone spins on enemy.  

Star Kick          Keshekaisei   		Fighting   	Powerful kick

Multi-Fight        Kauntaa       		Fighting	Strange attack...

Ultra Slash        Hasamikirochin 		Normal		Masive damage

repeated tackle    Fukuradataki  		Evil		2-5 attacks in 1 round

self hypnosis      Jikoanji      		Normal		Put yourself to sleep

Painful Song       Haradaiko     		Normal		50% damage to self. Singing
					    			notes and slaping on you.

Recon              Rokuon        		Normal		Raises/lowers something
  
Unknown            Miraakooto    		Psychic		Annon's Only Move
 
Homming            Kokoronome			Normal		Homming signs go in, attacks

Ringing Bell	 Iyashinosuzu  			Normal		?????


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| 17. The Casino									  |
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	What's more addicting than the actual game itself? None other then the two 
different casino games. You can play the origional slot machine in color, or you could 
play the new memory-type game, which is enough reason to buy this game.

	Before you can play, you have to have the coin case. You can obtain the coin case 
in the underGround section at Kogane City (with Mirutanku the cow Pokémon in the gym). It
will be an item sitting on the floor. There you have it, you can now play the games!

	If you didn't know, there are two different cities that have a casino in them. They
are Kogane City (The city with Mirutanku, the cow Pokémon) and Celadon City. 

	Unlike the older version of Pokémon, the slot machines are not rigged. Well, almost.
This time, they'll plain old cheat, but what the shocking thing is, they cheat for YOU. 
Ok, you are trying to line up three 7's, which will earn you 300 coins. You get the first 
Seven, no problem. The second time, the seven was only one above your last seven, making 
it impossible to win - this is where the computer cheats, they'll knock that seven that 
wasn't in the right spot to the row with your first seven. Now it is time for your third
seven. You push A, but you missed! The computer has a few tricks (or 8 662lb Rock Pokémon)
up their sleeve. 8 Golem's will fall down, knocking down a block each time, if after 8 
Golem's, it lands on Seven, you'll win your 300 coins.

        The second, or new game, the memory-type game, the computer will let YOU cheat. 
To do this, go all the way up into the upper-left hand corner and push over and up. You 
will be able to highlight two full rows, either vertically or horizontally instead of 
just one block. This increases your chanses of winning by almost 50%!


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| 18. Pokmon and their Locatons								  |
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NUMBER    	NAME			WHERE                   	VERSION

152     	Chikorita       	Wakaba                  	G/S
153     	Beirifu         	Evolved                 	G/S 
154     	Meganiumu       	Evolved                 	G/S 
155     	Hinoarashi      	Wakaba                  	G/S
156     	Magumarashi     	Evolved                 	G/S
157     	Bakufun         	Evolved                 	G/S 
158     	Waninoko        	Wakaba                  	G/S 
159     	Arigeitsu       	Evolved                		G/S
160     	Odairu          	Evolved                 	G/S
161     	Otachi          	Route 1,29              	G/S
162     	Ootachi         	Route 1                 	G/S
163     	Hoho           	 	Route 1,2,29,30,31,35,  	G/S
                   	    		Nature Park, 36, 37
                            		(Night) 
164     	Yorunozuku      	Route 2,8,12,14,15,43   	G/S
165     	Redeiba         	Route 2,30,31,37        	Silver
        	                	(Morning) 
166     	Redeian         	Route 2 (Morning)       	Silver
167     	Itomaru         	Route 2,30,31,37 (Night)	Gold
168     	Araidosu        	Route 2 (Night)         	Gold
169     	Kurobatto       	Evolved                 	G/S
170     	Chonchi         	Fish/Wakaba, Asagi 
        	                	(Aqua-Gou), Vermillion 
        	                	(Aqua-Gou), Route 21    	G/S
171     	Rantan          	????                    	G/S
172     	Pichu           	Breed Pikachu           	G/S
173     	Pii             	Breed Clefairy          	G/S
174     	Pupurin         	Breed Jigglypuff        	G/S
175     	Togepi          	Egg in Kikiyou City     	G/S
176     	Togechikku      	Evolved
177     	Neitei          	Annon Caves             	G/S
178     	Neiteio         	Evolved                 	G/S
179     	Merrip          	Route 32,42,43          	G/S
180     	Mokoko          	Route 42,43            		G/S
181     	Denryuu         	Evolved                 	G/S
182     	Kireihana       	Evolved                 	G/S
183     	Marril          	Marril Cave             	G/S
184     	Mariruri        	Evolved                 	G/S
185     	Usokki          	Route 36 [rare]         	G/S
186     	Nyorotono       	Evolved by Trading      	G/S
187     	Hane            	Route 13,14,15,32,33    	G/S
188     	Popo            	Route 14                	G/S
189     	Watakko         	Evolved                 	G/S
190     	Eipamu          	Shake Trees @ Wakaba    	G/S
191     	Himanattsu      	Nature Park, Route 24, 
        	                	Shake Trees             	G/S
192     	Kimawari        	Evolved W/Stone         	G/S
193     	Yanyanma        	Route 35 (Night)        	G/S
194     	Upa             	Route 32,33             	G/S
195     	Nuo             	Route 10,12,13,14,15,26,	G/S
        	                	27, 32, 33 
196     	Eefi            	Evolved Eevee (Day)     	G/S
197     	Burakki         	Evolved Eevee (Night)   	G/S
198     	Yamikarasu      	Route 7, 16 (Night)     	G/S
199     	Yadokingu       	Evolved by trading      	G/S
200     	Muuma           	Silver Mountain (Night) 	G/S
201     	Annon           	Annon Cave              	G/S
202     	Sonansu         	Cave near beggining     	G/S
        	                	when Flash is first 
        	                	needed
203     	Kirinriki       	Route 37,43             	G/S
204     	Kunugidama      	Shake Trees Route 31,34,	G/S
        	                	Farfetch'd Forest (Night)
205     	Fuoretosu       	Evolved                 	G/S
206     	Nokocchi        	Cave where flash is     	G/S
        	                	first needed.           	 
207     	Guraiga         	Route 44                	Gold
208     	Haganeru        	Evolved by trading      	G/S
209     	Snubble         	Route 30                	G/S
210     	Guranburu       	Evolved                 	G/S
211     	Harisen         	Fish Route 12,32        	G/S
212     	Hassamu         	Evolved by trading      	G/S
213     	Tsubotsubo      	Taban City (Use TM08,   	G/S
        	                	Rock Smash) 	
214     	Herakurosu      	Shake Trees     	        G/S
215     	Nyuura          	Route 28 (Night)        	G/S
216     	Himeguma        	Route 45                	Silver
217     	Ringuma         	Route 28, Victory Road, 	Silver
            	            		Silver Mountain	
218     	Magumaggu       	Route 16,17,18          	G/S
219     	Magukarugo      	Evolve Magumaggu        	G/S
220     	Urimu           	Ice Cave                	G/S
221     	Inomu           	Evolved                 	G/S
222     	Sanigo          	Fish @ Taban City       	G/S
223     	Teppouo         	Fish @ Route 44         	G/S
224     	Okutan          	Evolved                 	G/S
225     	Deribado        	Ice Cave                	Silver
226     	Maintain        	Fish Route 44           	Gold
227     	Eamudo          	Route 45                	Silver
228     	Derubiru        	Route 7 (Night)         	G/S
229     	Heruga          	Evolved                 	G/S
230     	Kingudora       	Evolved by trading      	G/S
231     	Gomazou         	Route 45                	Gold
232     	Donphan         	Route 28, Victory Road, 	Gold
        	                	Silver Mountain  
233     	Porygon 2       	Evolved by Trading      	G/S
234     	Odoshishi       	Route 36,37             	G/S
235     	Doburu          	Annon Cave              	G/S
236     	Baruki          	Route 33 Cave           	G/S 
237     	Kapoera         	Evolved                 	G/S
238     	Muchuru         	Breed Jynx              	G/S
239     	Erekiddo        	Breed Electabuzz        	G/S
240     	Bubii           	Breed Magmar            	G/S
241     	Mirutanku       	Route 38,39             	G/S
242     	Hapinasu        	Evolved                 	G/S
243     	Raikou          	Everywhere in West side,	G/S
        	                	except for buildings and
        	                	caves
244     	Entei           	Everywhere in West side,	G/S
        	                	except for buildings and
        	                	caves
245     	Suikun          	Everywhere in West side,	G/S
        	                	except for buildings and
        	                	caves 
246     	Yogirasu        	Silver Mountain         	G/S
247     	Sanagirasu      	Evolve Yogirasu         	G/S
248     	Bangirasu       	Evolve Sanagirasu       	G/S
249     	Lugia           	Lugia's Cave [rare]     	G/S
250     	Houou           	House @ Enju City [rare]	G/S
251     	Serebii         	????                    	G/S
	 
 

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| 19. Trainers and their Locations							  |
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RIVAL (1st Encounter)
Location: Yoshino City Route 29
Pokémon: 
#158 Waninoko/#155 Hinoarashi/#152 Chikorita (Lv.5)
Prize: 300

RIVAL (2nd Encounter)
Location: Hiwada City
Pokémon: 
 #92  Lv.12  Gastly
 #41  Lv.14  Zubat
#159  Arigeitsu/#156 Magumarashi/#153 Beiriifu (Lv.16)
Prize: 960

RIVAL (Third Encounter)
Location: Just Below Temple where you free Legendary Cats
 Pokémon: 
 #93  Lv.20 Haunter
 #81  Lv.18 Magnemite
 #41  Lv.20 Zubat
#159  Arigeitsu/#156 Magumarashi/#153 Beiriifu (Lv.22)
Prize: 1320

RIVAL (4th Encounter)
Location: Team Rocket Base (Kogane City)
 Pokémon: 
 #42  Lv.30 Golbat
 #81  Lv.28 Magnemite
 #93  Lv.30 Haunter
#215  Lv.32 Nyura
#160  Oodairu/#157 Bakufuun/#154 Meganium (Lv.32)
Prize: 1920

RIVAL (5th Encounter)
Location: Victory Road
 Pokémon: 
#215  Lv.34 Nyuura
 #42  Lv.36 Gorubatto(Golbat)
 #81  Lv.34 Reakoiru(Magneton)
 #93  Lv.35 Goosuto(Haunter)
 #64  Lv.35 Yongeraa(Kadabra)
#160 Oodairu/#157 Bakufuun/#154 Meganium (Lv.38)
Prize: 2280

Rival Battles:
Total: 6780

|----------|
| Route 30 |
|----------|

Trainer 1: ????
Pokémon: 
 #19 Lv.4 Rattata 
Prize: 64

Trainer 2: ????
Pokémon: 
 #16 Lv.2 Pidgey
 #19 Lv.4 Ratatta
Prize: 64

Trainer 3: Bugcatcher
Pokémon: 
 #10 Lv.3 Caterpie
 #10 Lv.3 Caterpie
Prize: 48

|----------|
| Route 31 |
|----------|

Trainer 1: Bugcatcher
Pokémon: 
 #10 Lv.2 Caterpie
 #10 Lv.2 Caterpie
 #13 Lv.3 Weedle
 #10 Lv.2 Caterpie
Prize: 32


|------------------|
| Bellsprout Tower |
|------------------|

Trainer 1:                
Pokémon: 
 #69 Lv.3 Bellsprout
 #69 Lv.3 Bellsprout
 #69 Lv.3 Bellsprout
Prize: 96

Trainer 2:
Pokémon: 
 #69 Lv.3 Bellsprout
 #69 Lv.3 Bellsprout
 #69 Lv.3 Bellsprout
Prize: 96

Trainer 3:
Pokémon: 
 #69 Lv.3 Bellsprout
 #69 Lv.3 Bellsprout
 #69 Lv.3 Bellsprout
Prize: 96

Trainer 4:
Pokémon: 
 #69 Lv.6 Bellsprout
Prize: 192
       
Trainer 5:
Pokémon: 
 #69 Lv.6 Bellsprout
Prize: 192
    
Trainer 6:
Pokémon: 
 #69  Lv.7 Bellsprout
#163  Lv.7 Hoohoo
Prize: 224

|----------|
| Route 32 |
|----------|
 
Trainer 1:
Pokémon: 
 #19 Lv.6 Ratatta
 #41 Lv.8 Zubat
Prize: 128

Trainer 2: Picnic Person (Female)
Pokémon: 
 #29 Lv.9 Nidoran(F)
Prize: 180

Trainer 3:
Pokémon: 
 #60 Lv.8 Poliwag
 #60 Lv.8 Poliwag
Prize: 320

Trainer 4:
Pokémon: 
#129 Lv.5  Magikarp
#129 Lv.5  Magikarp 
#129 Lv.15 Magikarp 
#129 Lv.5  Magikarp 
Prize: 200

Trainer 6:
Pokémon: 
#118 Lv.10 Goldeen
Prize: 400

 Trainer 6: Boy Scout
Pokémon: 
 #32 Lv.9 Nidoran(M)
Prize: 180

Trainer 7:
Pokémon: 
#194 Lv.10 Upaa
Prize: 160
 
Trainer 8: Birdcatcher
Pokémon: 
 #16 Lv.6 Pidgey
 #16 Lv.6 Pidgey
 #21 Lv.8 Spearow
Prize: 192

|----------------|
| Tsunigari Cave |
|----------------|

Trainer 1: 
Pokémon: 
 #95 Lv.11 Onix
Prize: 352

Trainer 2:
Pokémon: 
 #74 Lv.4  Geodude
 #74 Lv.6  Geodude
 #74 Lv.8  Geodude
Prize: 256

Trainer 3:
Pokémon: 
#109 Lv.6  Koffing
#109 Lv.6  Koffing
Prize: 288

Trainer 4:
Pokémon: 
 #79 Lv.10 Slowpoke
Prize: 600

Trainer 5:
Pokémon: 
 #37 Lv.9  Vulpix
Prize: 432 yens


|----------|
| Route 33 |
|----------|

Trainer 1:
Pokémon: 
 #74 Lv.11 Geodude
 #66 Lv.11 Machop
Prize: 352

|---------------|
| Slowpoke Cave |
|---------------|

Trainer 1: Team Rocket (Male)
Pokémon: 
 #19 Lv.9  Ratatta
 #19 Lv.9  Ratatta
Prize: 360

Trainer 2: Team Rocket (Female)
Pokémon: 
 #41 Lv.9  Zubat
 #23 Lv.11 Ekans
Prize: 440

Trainer 3: Team Rocket (Male)
Pokémon: 
 #19 Lv.7  Ratatta
 #41 Lv.9  Zubat
 #41 Lv.9  Zubat
Prize: 360

Trainer 5: Team Rocket (Male)
Pokémon: 
#109 Lv.14 Koffing
Prize: 560

|----------|
| Route 34 |
|----------|
 
Trainer 1:
Pokémon: 
 #19  Lv.7   Ratatta
 #27  Lv.10 Sandshrew
 #21  Lv.8  Spearow
 #21  Lv.8  Spearow
Prize: 128

Trainer 2: (Male)
Pokémon: 
#209 Lv.13 Snubble
Prize: 1040

Trainer 3: Picnic Person (Female)
Pokémon: 
#187 Lv.9  Hanekko
#187 Lv.9  Hanekko
 #01 Lv.12 Bulbasaur
Prize: 240

Trainer 4: 
Pokémon: 
 #56 Lv.10 Mankey
 #50 Lv.12 Diglett
Prize: 192
 
Trainer 5: Boyscout
Pokémon: 
 #54 Lv.14 Psyduck
Prize: 280

|----------------------------------|
| Kogane City - Rocket Headquaters |
|----------------------------------|


Trainer 1: Supernerd/PokTmaniac
Pokémon: 
 #88 Lv.11 Grimer
 #88 Lv.11 Grimer
Prize: 352

Trainer 2: PokTmaniac
Pokémon: 
#108 Lv.12 Lickitung
Prize: 720

Trainer 3: Super Nerd/PokTmaniac
Pokémon: 
 #81  Lv.7  Magnemite
#100  Lv.11 Voltorb
 #81  Lv.7  Magnemite
 #81  Lv.9  Magnemite
Prize: 288

Trainer 4: PokTmaniac
Pokémon: 
 #79 Lv.10 Slowpoke
 #79 Lv.10 Slowpoke
Prize: 600


|----------|
| Route 35 |
|----------|

Trainer 1: Picnic Person (Felmale)
Pokémon: 
 #37 Lv.15 Vulpix 
Prize: 300

Trainer 2: Boyscout
Pokémon: 
 #27  Lv.13 Sandshrew
#183  Lv.15 Marril
Prize: 300

Trainer 3: Picnic Person (Female)
Pokémon: 
 #25 Lv.16 Pikachu
Prize: 320

Trainer 4: Boyscout
Pokémon: 
 #50  Lv.10 Diglett
 #41  Lv.10 Zubat
 #50  Lv.14 Diglett
Prize: 280
 
Trainer 5: 
Pokémon: 
#126 Lv.11 Magmar
#126 Lv.13 Magmar
Prize: 624

Trainer 6:
Pokémon: 
#100 Lv.2  Voltorb
#100 Lv.6  Voltorb
#100 Lv.10 Voltorb
#100 Lv.14 Voltorb
Prize: 560

Trainer 7: Bugcatcher
Pokémon: 
 #48 Lv.15 Venonat
Prize: 240

Trainer 8: Birdkeeper
Pokémon: 
 #16 Lv.12 Pidgey
 #17 Lv.14 Pidgeotto
Prize: 336


|-------------------|
| Bug Catching Park |
|-------------------|

Trainer 1: Female
Pokémon: 
#209 Lv.14 Snubble
Prize: 1220

Trainer 2:
Pokémon: 
 #43  Lv.12 Oddish
#100  Lv.15 Voltorb
Prize: 480

Trainer 3: Miniskirt
Pokémon: 
 #43  Lv.12 Oddish
#104 Lv.15  Cubone
Prize: 360

Trainer 4: Pokémon Lovers Club Member (Male)
Pokémon: 
 #26  Lv.14 Raichu
Prize: 1120


|----------|
| Route 36 |
|----------|

Trainer 1: 
Pokémon: 
 #63 Lv.13 Abra
 #63 Lv.13 Abra
 #64 Lv.15 Kadabra
Prize: 480

Trainer 2:
Pokémon: 
#114 Lv.16 Tangela
Prize: 312

|----------|
| Route 37 |
|----------|

Trainer 1:
Pokémon: 
 #39  Lv.16 Jigglypuff
 #35  Lv.16 Clefairy
Prize: 320

Trainer 2: 
Pokémon: 
 #96  Lv.17 Drowzee
Prize: 544


|--------------------------|
| Enju City Eevee Trainers |
|--------------------------|

Trainer 1: Ballerina
Pokémon: 
#136 Lv.17 Flareon
Prize: 1224

Trainer 2: Ballerina
Pokémon:
#196 Lv.17 Effii
Prize: 1224

Trainer 3: Ballerina
Pokémon: 
#197 Lv.17 Burakkii
Prize: 1224

Trainer 4: Ballerina
Pokémon: 
#134 Lv.17 Vaporeon
Prize: 1224

Trainer 5: Ballerina
Pokémon: 
#135 Lv.17 Jolteon
Prize: 1224

|----------|
| Route 38 |
|----------|

Trainer 1:
Pokémon:
#194 Lv.19 Upaa
Prize: 760

Trainer 2: Miniskirt
Pokémon: 
#180 Lv.18 Mokokko
#53  Lv.18 Psyduck
Prize: 432

Trainer 3: Birdkeeper
Pokémon: 
#84 Lv.15 Doduo
#84 Lv.16 Doduo
#84 Lv.17 Doduo
Prize: 408

Trainer 4: Adult
Pokémon: 
#187 Lv.17 Hanekko
#188 Lv.17 Popokko
Prize: 1496

Trainer 5: Student
Pokémon: 
#122 Lv.19 Mr. Mime
Prize: 608

|----------|
| Route 39 |
|----------|

Trainer 1:
Pokémon: 
 #79 Lv.17 Slowpoke
 #79 Lv.20 Slowpoke
Prize: 640

Trainer 2: Pokémon Lovers Club Member (Male)
Pokémon: 
 #25 Lv.17 Pikachu
Prize: 1360

Trainer 3: Pokémon Lovers CLub Member (Female)
   Pokémon: #25 Lv.17 Pikachu
   Recompensa: 1360 yens

Trainer 4:
Pokémon: 
 #61 Lv.17 Poliwhirl
 #20 Lv.17 Raticate
 #98 Lv.19 Krabby
Prize: 760

|------------------|
| Asagi City Tower |
|------------------|



Trainer 1: (on second floor)
Pokémon: 
#164 Lv.20 Yorunozuku
Prize: 1440

Trainer 2: (on second floor)
Pokémon: 
#60 Lv.18 Poliwag
#61 Lv.18 Poliwhirl
Prize: 720

Trainer 3: Birdkeeper (on third floor)
Pokémon: 
 #16 Lv.17 Pidgey
 #16 Lv.15 Pidgey
 #16 Lv.19 Pidgey
 #16 Lv.15 Pidgey
 #16 Lv.15 Pidgey
Prize: 360

Trainer 4: (on third floor)
Pokémon: 
 #58 Lv.18 Growlithe
 #58 Lv.18 Growlithe
Prize: 1296

Trainer 4: Miniskirt (on fourth floor)
Pokémon: 
#183 Lv.21 Marril
Prize 504

Trainer 5: (on fourth floor)
Pokémon: 
 #98 Lv.18 Krabby
 #98 Lv.20 Krabby
Prize: 800

This section will not be continued. There is a reason for this, and it is because you will
have to wait for the English version of this guide to be released.

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| 20. Pocket Pikachu Color								  |
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	What is compatible with Pokémon Gold is Pocket Pikachu Color,
the sequel to Pokémon Pikachu. Not only is it all in color, but you
can trade your 'watts' in for items that are valuable in Pokémon 
Gold/Silver. This is a list of the items you can obtain from Pocket
Pikachu Color.

WATTS      |   ITEM
-------------------------
100 ~ 199  |   Nut 
200 ~ 299  |   Bitter Nut 
300 ~ 399  |   Great Ball 
400 ~ 499  |   Max Repel 
500 ~ 599  |   Ether 
600 ~ 699  |   Miracle Nut 
700 ~ 799  |   Gold Nut 
800 ~ 899  |   Elixer 
900 ~ 998  |   Revive 
999 ~ 999  |   Rare Candy 

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| 21. Coming Soon									  |
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	Nothing is coming soon except for the english version of this guide. See ya then!

Strategy Guides also avalible by Donphan:
- Pokémon Yellow FAQ/Walkthrough
- Pokémon Stadium FAQ/Strategy Guide
- Perfect Dark GameShark Guide

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| 22. Website Usage Terms								  |
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	Boy, if I had a nickel for every website this strategy guide was on. Webmasters, 
	please read this section if you are planning on asking me for permission to use 
	this Strategy Guide on your website.

	IF YOU PLAN ON PUTTING THIS WALKTHROUGH ON YOUR WEBSITE, FOLLOW THESE STEPS!!!

	WEBMASTERS DO:
	
	1. E-mail me, asking for permission.
	2. Supply your website address.
	3. AGREE TO LINK FROM WEBSITE ADDRESS I SUPPLY ( I don't want people dumping my 
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	4. Enjoy!

	WEBMASTERS DO NOT:
	
	1. Use this guide without permission from me
	2. Link to this webpage (It's illegal, I'll give you a webpage to link from)
	3. Copy and paste my guide (Again, I'll supply an updated linked FAQ)

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| 23. Copyright/Credits									  |
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I'd like to give a very special thanks to:
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any other BulbaGarden staff for being my friends and inspiration, continuing my intrest in
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I would also like to thank these people as well:

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        Do not e-mail those people asking for Pokémon questions. Most of them only 
contributed very small things to the faq and I am sure they wouldn't like to be bothered 
with silly questions, espically if those questions are allready answered in this FAQ.

        Oops, I almost forgot, I guess I should thank Nintendo, Creatures,  and Gamefreak
for making such a great game. Without them, I REALLY couldn't have written this LoudGuide.

Feel free to E-mail me for help in Pokémon Gold/Silver, but if you do, please make sure 
it is not in the strategy guide allready. If the question was allready answered in this 
strategy guide, your e-mail will be unanswered and deleted.
        
	DO NOT ASK ME FOR ANY ROMs, any e-mail asking for ROMs will be ignored.

	This guide was created on November 10, 1999.

Copyright ©1999 Christopher Morozin (LoudGerad@aol.com) All rights reserved. Please do 
not take any information from my guide, because I worked long and hard on it. If you 
want to, make your own guide, but don't take anything from this one.

        Keep looing for updated versions of this stratgy guide all the time at 
www.GameFAQs.com and BulbaGarden.com If a webmaster of one of the featured sites would
like to recieve updates of this strategy guide to be put on their website, e-mail me 
and I'll be happy to do it. I dislike answering old questions that were allready answered 
in newer versions but weren't made avalible to people that read un-updated guides. So when 
e-mailing me from now on TELL THE VERSION OF THE GUIDE AND WHERE YOU GOT IT FROM.


	Yes, you can print this guide. I don't know why, but I actually recieve e-mails 
asking me if this is allowed.

This LoudGuide (Strategy Guide) is featured on the following websites:

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PokéGym
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Totally Gold/Silver
	-http://www.totallygs.com

Websites that link from my server
	-E-MAIL ME FOR THE ADDRESS, AND I'LL GIVE YOU THE CORRECT ADDRESS. YOU CAN NOT LINK 
	FROM THIS ADDRESS. THAT IS ILLEGAL.

Stolen Walkthrough reports
-hellmo@hotmail.com (Found: www.PokeUS.com guilty)


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