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                            C R Y S T A L   V E R S I O N
    
    
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                                      Pokemon Crystal
                                      FAQ/Walkthrough
                       Written by: ChaosDemon (chaosdemon007@yahoo.ca)
                                       Version: 0.40
                                 Last Updated: 2K4/2/14
                          Latest Revisions can always be found at:
                                 http://www.gamefaqs.com
    
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    Contents
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    I.......Legal
    II......Version History
    III.....Note From Author
    IV......An Introduction to the Pokemon World
    V.......Basic Battling
    VI......Advanced Battling
    VII.....Raising a  Warrior
    VIII....Building a Pokemon Team
    IX......Perfecting your Pokemon Team
    X.......Walkthrough
              a)New Bark Town
                -Get your Pokemon
              b)Cherrygrove City
                -Battle Against Rival
              c)Violet City
                -Gym Leader: Falkner
                -Togepi Egg from Prof.
             1.After the first badge!
              a)Azalea Town
                -Team Rocket Saga
                -Battle Against Rocket part 2
              b)Ilex Forest
              c)Goldenrod City
                 -Gym Leader: Whitney
              d)Bug Catching Contest
              e)Ecruteak City
                   -Gym Leader: Morty
                   -Battle against Rival (Tin Tower)
             2.Through 4 Badges...
              a)Olivine CIty
              b)Cinawood City
                  -Gym Leader: Chuck
              c)Olivine City (revisit)
                  -Gym Leader: Jasmine
              d)Mahagony Town
                  -Red Gyrados Saga
                  -Team Rocket Saga Part 2
                  -Gym Leader: Pryce
              e)Goldenrod City (revist)
                  -Team Rocket Saga Part 3
                  -Rival Battle (Interrupt)
              3)The Conclusion of Johto
                  - Ice Path
                  - Blackthorn City
              4)The Journey to Kanto
              5)Kanto
                 a)The Pokemon League
                 b)Olivine City
                 c)Vermillion City
                   -LT Surge
                 d)Saffron City
                   -Sabrina
                 e)Celedon City
                   -Erika
                 f)Cerulean City
                   -Misty
                 g)Fuschia City
                   -Jamie
                 h)Cinnabar Island
                   -Blaine
                 i)Pewter City
                   -Brock
                 j)Viridian City
                   -Blue (Gary Oak)
                 k)Silver Cave
                   -Red (Ash)
    XI......Battle Tower
    XII.....Pokemon List
    XIII....Pokemon Daycare
    XIV.....Pokemon Type Chart
    XV......Contacting
    XVI.....Credits
    
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                                  Part I: Legal
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    This part has to be in every FAQ, it's a GameFAQs' rule. I like to put it on
    the top because I figure that the faster you get the boring parts done, the
    more relaxed you would feel when you are reading this FAQ, so without further
    a due, here it comes.
    
    This FAQ is a Copyright Of Tony J. Tso(ChaosDemon). Some information that
    appears in this FAQ is a copyright of their respected owners.All Rights
    Reserved. Nothing that appears in this FAQ can be reproduced in whole or in
    part with-out the express written permission of the author(I.E. Me). If you
    are interested in using this FAQ on your website or webpage, please email me
    at: vampiro_07@hotmail.nospam.com, you would have to remove the "nospam" to
    email me. Once those sites had been approved, you will find the list here.
    And if you use it without permission, I will not hesitate to act Legally.
    And one more thing, if your site is a money-making website, don't even email
    me, because I already own a website, and I recieve more emails than I can
    reply to.
    
    Now that we got all that out of the way, let's begin! (Well...Not yet)
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                             Part II: Version History
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    |------------2K1/12/13 3:45PM PST------------|
    -It's a brand new format for updates!  PLUS I added an ASCII Logo that I actua
    lly like, it's thanks to Dallas and AstroBlue.  It was from me if you're wonde
    rin'.  That's it, no walkthrough progress or anything like that, just ASCII
    art
    
    
    2K1/11/9  4:39  PM PST-Added 25% of the Olivine city walkthrough, hope to
    get update this FAQ pretty soon, and added a Contacting section.
    
    2K1/11/4  11:49 AM PST-Added Ecruteak City walkthrougha and started Battle
    Tower section.
    
    2K1/10/27 08:53 PM PST-Added Goldenrod walkthrough, should be completed by
    the end of today.
    
    2K1/09/02 06:39 PM PST-Added some #s to the Maps to make them look better.
    Added Azalea Town Walkthrough.
    
    2K1/08/13 03:06 PM PST-I'm going start revisions this guide once again, I'm
    looking to finish this in an estimated time length of three days-to-three
    weeks.
    
    2K1/07/10 11:32 AM PST-Got some walkthroughs done, it will take some time to
    complete.
    
    2K1/07/09  2:34 AM PST-It's very late right now, but maybe I'll work until
    3:00 AM. Added some Walkthroughs.
    
    2K1/07/07 11:52 PM PST-The birth of this FAQ, I'll try to do as much as I
    can. It won't be that hard, because this is just an expanded version of my
    Pokemon Stadium 2 GS Guide, but I'll still have to write some walkthroughs.
    
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                            Part III: Note From Author
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    Nothing big really, this is an expansion of the Pokemon Stadium 2 Guide also
    written by me.
    
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                    Part IV: An Introduction to the Pokemon World
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    Welcome to The Pokemon World! This is the world that consists powerful and
    not-so-powerful creatures for you to tame and battle with. As of the time,
    there are 251 Pokemon discovered. Most of the Pokemon could Evolve into even
    more powerful Pokemon as their levels progresses. But we'll get into all that
    in the Advanced Battling section. First of all, there are Pokemon Centers
    for you to go and heal your Pokemon -- FREE of charge! There are also Items
    to help heal, power-up, and even catch Pokemon. Just keep all this info in
    mind and scroll down to the Basic Battling Section.
    
    Here's some info about the game:
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    Pokemon Crystal
    ---------------
    Rated E (Everyone)
    16 Megabits (2 Megabytes)
    GBC Exclusive
    Link Cable Compatible
    251 Pokemon
    Infrared port Compatibility (Mystery Gift)
    GB Printer compatible
    Pocket Pikachu 2 compatible
    
    
    
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                              Part V: Basic Battling
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    Welcome to The Pokemon World! This is the world that consists powerful and
    not-so-powerful creatures for you to tame and battle with. As of the time,
    there are 251 Pokemon discovered. Most of the Pokemon could Evolve into even
    more powerful Pokemon as their levels progresses. But we'll get into all that
    in the Advanced Battling section. First of all, there are Pokemon Centres
    for you to go and heal your Pokemon -- FREE of charge! There are also Items
    to help heal, power-up, and even catch Pokemon. Just keep all this info in
    mind and scroll down to the Basic Battling Section.
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                              Part VI: Advance Battling
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    This long section is for teaching you all about Advanced Strategies to battle
    with. We'll go in-depth on the options you learned (Fight, Pokemon, Quit).
    We'll start off with Fight, there are three kind of attacks. Here they are.
    
    Offensive Moves
    This is the kind of attack that deals damage. There are two kinds of attacks.
    Special and Physical. Special attacks will deal more damage if the user's
    SPCL. ATK is high. There are a couple of types that has a high  SPCL. ATK
    rating. We'll get into Special and Physical attacks later in the FAQ.
    You should also keep in mind that if your Pokemon's attacks are full of
    offensive moves, you will more than often lose battles with this paticular
    Pokemon. It's a good idea to have a mixed aray of moves. Here's Pokemon
    Stadium 1's Mewtwo.
    ------------------------
    Pokemon Stadium's Mewtwo
    ------------------------
    Psychic
    Thunderbolt
    Blizzard
    Rest
    
    This is a very carefully trained Mewtwo and is very effective in battle.
    Mewtwo's stats are already unmatched, and giving it Rest just about makes
    it almost invincible. It also have moves that compliment each other, but
    we'll have to get into all that later.
    
    Defensive Moves
    These are the kind of moves that annoy people the most, they also deal no
    damage -- to the HP that is. These attacks focus on raising your defences to
    make you take less damage against physical attacks,speeding up your Pokemon
    to get double attacks, raising your Attack power to make Physical Moves hurt
    more, raising your SPCL ATK to make Special Attacks deal more damage, or
    lowering the oponent's accuracy so you get hit less often.
    
    Items
    Items such as Berries of any kind or is made to bulk up your Pokemon -- but
    don't misunderstand the matter. Allow me to explain, making your Pokemon
    holding an Iron won't make your Pokemon have higher Defence in battle,
    instead this will be a waste of Item-giving, if you're not going to raise
    your Pokemon's Abilities, why make it hold the item? There are also items
    that only work on paticular Pokemon. For example, there is an item called
    'Light Ball' and this will raise a Pikachu's SPCL. ATK, but  if you try to
    give it to any other Pokemon -- including Raichu, it won't work! Here's a
    table, of Items that make your attacks Stronger, make you have more accuracy
    and other things too! *NOTE* You Get these Items in Gold and Silver!
    
    This whole table is thanks to Vol.145 of Nintendo Power
    ------        --------      ---------------
    Items         Benefit        How To Find It
    ------        --------      ---------------
    Berserk Gene  Increases     Look in the water near the guy with the Item
                 Attack,confuses Finder in Cerulean City
    
    Black Belt   Strengthens    Talk to Weasley on Wednesday at the Lake of Rage
                 Fighting attacks
    
    Bright Powder Increases    Trade a Mewtwo and any of the Legendary Birds from
                   Evasion      Red, Blue and Yellow to Gold and Silver
    
    Hard Stone   Strengthens   Talk to Arthur on Thursday on Route 36
                 Rock attacks
    
    Lucky Egg   Lets you earn  Catch a wild Chansey
                extra experience
                points
    
    Magnet      Strengthens   Talk to Sunny on Sunday on Route 37
                Electric attacks
    
    Mystic Water Strengthens  Surf to the left of Cherrygrove City to talk to
                 Water Attacks The Fisherman on the island
    
    Pink Bow   Strengthens   Talk to Tuscany on Tuesday on Route 29
               Normal attacks
    
    Poison Barb  Strengthens Talk to Frieda on Friday on Route 32
                 Poison attacks
    
    Scope Lens  Get more     Mystery Gift(very rare)
                Critical Hits
    
    Sharp Beak  Strengthens   Talk to Monica on Moday on Route 40
                Flying attacks
    
    Silver Powder Strengthens Catch a Butterfree
                  Bug attacks
    
    Spell Tag    Strengthens  Talk to Santos on Saturday
                 Ghost attacks
    
    Twisted Spoon Strengthens Trade a wild Kadabra from Yellow
                  Psychic attacks
    Well there you have it, once again, it's thanks to Nintendo Power Vol. 145
    
    Reading the Situation
    This is very vital if you want to win Pokemon battles, if you notice that you
    sent out a Ground type and the opponent has an Electric type out, perfect
    right? Wrong! Most likely the opponent will switch out, so it's better to
    use a physical attack. But if you really want to be tricky, use a Rock attack
    the opponent will think that it'll have a clear advantage, when BOOM! The
    Trainer's Flying Type will be aboslutley SLAUGHTERED...I love that word :)
    
    Crippling attacks
    These are the attacks that stop your opponent from moving in many ways.
    You could Paralyze, Confuse, Freeze, or Flinch your opponent, here's the list
    of moves that does that.
    
    ------------------
    Paralyzing attacks
    ------------------
    Thunder Wave
    Thunderbolt
    Thunder
    Zap Cannon
    Stun Spore
    Thunderpunch
    Dragon Breath
    -----------------
    Confusing attacks
    -----------------
    Confuse Ray
    Swagger
    Dynamic Punch
    Supersonic
    Psybeam
    
    ----------------
    Freezing attacks
    ----------------
    Ice Punch
    Blizzard
    Ice Beam
    
    -----------------
    Flinching attacks
    -----------------
    Super Fang
    Rock Slide
    Hyper Fang
    Fly
    (more to come)
    
    Now that you learned all this info, it's time to start building your Pokemon
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                           Part VIII: Building a Pokemon Team
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    It's time to get your Pokemon Team started, having what you learned so
    far, a team has to have Offensive/Denfensive abilities, and a good mix of
    Crippling attacks is always good, too. To start off, here's a good basic
    Pokemon with a nice combination of crippling/offensive/denfensive moves.
    ----------------
    #200 Misdreavous
    ---------------
    Type: Ghost
    Toxic
    Shadow Ball
    Confuse Ray
    Mean Look
    
    Why is this effective? Well it's not that effective, but it's a nice
    Misdreavous for you to use. It has a good Combo, Mean Look and Toxic, we'll
    go in-depth about Move Combos later on. Why is it a good combo? First off,
    the Trainer should use Mean Look to prevent the Pokemon from switching out.
    And after that, attack with Toxic. So the Poison has time to work on the
    opponent. And you should also keep in mind that Toxic hurts more with every
    turn. So the longer the battle goes on the better for Misdreavous.
    
    With this in mind what should you do now? Start thinking of who you want in
    your team! And find combos that work good for your Pokemon, we'll get into
    all the Combo and stuff related to that in Prefecting your Pokemon Team.
    But meanwhile start thinking about your combos! I can't tell you everything,
    but I'll try to tell you the most I could.
    
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                         Part IX: Perfecting your Pokemon Team
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    Now that you got started on the Team building, it's time to make your Team
    more effective than it is at the time. Here you will learn about Move Combos
    and things like that. Before we begin, you should start looking at your team
    for the last time and see could you figure out what's wrong with it. Here's
    some questions you could ask yourself:
    
    Do I have too much of the same type?
    Are too many of my Pokemon weak to one paticular type?
    Are any of my Pokemon's moves flooded with the same type?
    
    It's now time to get prefect your Pokemon Team...
    Here's the first thing to learn...
    
    Move Combos
    These are moves that help each other out. To start off, the key here is to
    make your attack Stronger or just to make your attack land more often. A
    Zap Cannon is almost guranteed never to hit. But if you give it to Magneton,
    who eventually learns Lock-On, will make the next attack hit with a 100
    percent guarantee. So if I was handling this, I would start off with a
    Lock-On, and then hit with a Zap Cannon, with Zap Cannon landing without a
    shadow of a doubt, I could breath with no worry. The power is also just
    incredible! There are also a few other combos, I'll get into most of them.
    But this time I'll explain another attack just like Lock-On, and that's
    Mind Reader. This could be learned by Fighting types. And it's very effective
    if you give it to Poliwrath, here's why, just take a look at my Poliwrath
    and you'll understand.
    --------------
    #62 Poliwrath
    --------------
    Type: Water/Fighting
    Fissure
    Dynamic Punch
    Mind Reader
    Hydro Pump
    
    If you still didn't understand, here's why it quickly became a fatal Pokemon.
    My Poliwrath has 3 moves that will almost never hit, but as I mentioned
    before, Mind Reader and Lock-On make your next move hit with no doubt. And
    if I use the deadly Mind Reader/Fissure combo, it could wipe out 5/6 Pokemon
    on your team. And that is something to watch out for. Even though this
    Poliwrath seems invicible, it really isn't. Here's why, Poliwrath doesn't
    really have a spectacular Speed rating, but Electric types do. And after
    Electric types hit me with Thunder/Thunderbolt/Thunderpunch, and maybe with
    a shade of luck I'll some HP left, but once I use Mind Reader, it will be too
    late, I would be elimanated before I get a chance to attack with any of those
    powerful moves. And there's also a way to counter that, if I gave my
    Poliwrath Focus Band, it might have a slight chance of serviving the next
    blow. And I could attack, but again there is probably a counter for that, and
    that's using Quick Claw, it just goes on and on.
    
    Power-up moves
    I'll now start to talk to you about powering up your attacks. Or make them
    more accurate. Let's recap what we learned.
    
    -there are moves out there that could make a move hit every time
    -we should give items to our Pokemon to make them stronger
    -there are many ways of countering combos
    
    I am now going to explore more combos of powering up your moves, or just
    make the moves hit more often, there are also moves that could make your
    Pokemon's attack hit without charging up. With this in mind, let's begin.
    For inaccurate attacks like Thunder, did you know that it attack without
    missing,
    and without Mind Reader and Lock-On? Well there is a way to do that. First
    of all, it requires Rain Dance, and you could get that in the Union Cave.
    (read one of the FAQs for Gold and Silver.) But you're thinking, but I have
    an Electric type, how could I teach him/her a Water-type TM? Well you should
    know this little interesting fact, 3/4 of all Pokemon could learn Rain Dance.
    Of course except Fire Types. Anyways, teach Rain Dance to your Thunder using
    Pokemon. And use Rain Dance, after that strike w/ Thunder, and BOOM! It won't
    miss!!! Rain Dance also raises Water type attacks by half, decreases Fire
    type atttacks by 50 percent, and makes Thunder hit without a shadow of a
    doubt. Plus when using Rain Dance, Syenthises and Moonlight would heal half
    the HP it would normally heal.
    
    After talking about Rain Dance, it's time to talk about the exact opposite
    of Rain Dance, Sunny Day. This attack will raise Fire type attacks by 50
    percent, decrease Water type attacks by 50 percent, and make Thunder 50
    percent less accurate, in other words, bring down Thunder's accuracy to 20
    percent(even lower than Horn Drill!!!). This attack could be also be used to
    attack with Solarbeam without charging up. And it could do one more thing,
    once you heal yourself with Scenthysis, it will Heal ALL your HP!!!
    
    SPCL ATK, and SPCL DEF -- WATCH OUT!!!
    Why watch out? Well if your not careful, you could use Thunder on a Water
    type and only do 1/3 of damage on the HP of that paticular Water type. Why?
    Well that's when SPCL ATK and SPCL DEF kicks in. For example, you taught
    Thunder to Snorlax, who has a SPCL ATK rating that is not to impressive.
    And Snorlax is fighting umm..Mantine, who does have a high SPCL DEF rating.
    And, I did try this myself, I used Snorlax and Thunder, then it hardly did
    any damage! Here's why...
    
    -Snorlax has one of the most depressing SPCL ATK ratings of all
    -on the other hand, Mantine has a relitivly high SPCL DEF rating, so it
    could resist most Special attacks
    
    So if you're going to teach your Pokemon Special attacks watch out! Just
    because some attacks look powerful, it might not really be for your Pokemon!
    
    Be Diverse!
    Diversity is very important if you want to be successful in the Pokemon World.
    The battle wouldn't be very fun, if you knew exactly what your opponent was
    going to do! And you would have a better chance of winning if you have a mix
    of alot of moves from different types. Here's an example of a not very
    diverse Charizard.
    ----------
    Charizard
    ---------
    Flamethrower
    Fire Punch
    Fire Blast
    Fire Spin
    
    What's wrong with that Charizard? It's crippled with the same type of attacks
    over and over again. What would happen if you fought a Water type? Charizard
    would be pounded into the ground. You're saying: "Oh, it wouldn't make much
    of a difference" well it would if you had a couple of attacks that could
    inflict some damage on a Water type. Like this Charizard:
    ---------
    Charizard
    ---------
    Fire Blast
    Sunny Day
    Fly
    Body Slam
    
    Charizard is faster than most of the Water types, and if you manage to get
    a couple Body Slams or Ariel attacks in, your death wouldn't just be a
    complete blow-out(or abosulutley SLAUGHTERED). Even better, you should lead
    with Sunny Day, there's a 75 to 25 chance that you would survive the next
    Water attack.
    
    But not TOO Diverse!
    It's important to be diverse but, you have to know your Pokemon's limits.
    On previous sections of this FAQ, you learned that Special Attack and Special
    Defence is important. If you didn't read that part, you probably should.
    Yes, using moves that is the same as your type does increase it's power.
    To learn how to caculate damage, read the next part. But there's limits to
    that too. Allow me to explain...
    
    -if you become to greedy of more damage, and give your Pokemon all the same
    types of attacks, you'll more than most likely by defeated
    
    It's important to have at least one move that is the same type as your
    Pokemon, so at times when you need to deal more damage than usaul, it's there
    for you.
    
    How to Caculate Damage
    It's actually pretty simple, since you are reading this FAQ on your computer,
    it would be so kind of you to Open your Computer's Caculater.
    (Start, Program, A-M, Accessories, Caculater). But before you do anything,
    you got to learn how it's done. Please refer to your Instrution Booklet's
    Pokemon Type Chart. First off all, look at your chart, a plus or a circle
    sign means that the Attack's Base Power will be doubled or X 2. And a minus
    or triangle means that the attack power will halved or X 0.5. The equal or
    X sign means that the attack will have no effect, no damage at all. If the
    Pokemon using an attack that is the same type as itself, the attack will be
    mutiplied by 1.5 and if there is a Critical Hit, it'll be doubled or once
    again mutiplied by 2.
    
    If Sunny Day used, the base attack power will mutiply Fire attacks
    by 1.5, and halves Water attacks. And Rain Dance does the exact opposite,
    Water attacks get mutiplied by 1.5 and Fire attacks will be halved.
    
    You should also keep in mind that the Pokemon's Base Power alsp comes into
    play. Powerful attacks like Mega Horn and Hyper Beam can be VERY powerful
    used at the right circumstances, but they are already very heavy hitters.
    To find out how much an attack hurt, you could use Pokemon Stadium 2's
    Lab, for reference.
    
    Now that you learned all that, it's time to try a couple of examples, if you
    didn't understand, you should read the info again. Here's an example.
    (Please do this on your caculater, or pen and paper)
    
    Golem is a Rock/Ground type, and he's facing off against a Kingdra. What
    happens when Kingdra uses Rain Dance, then Surf, and to top that, gets a
    Critical Hit? Well here's the the math equation of all that.
    
    95(base attack power) X 1.5(attack type and Pokemon type match) X 1.5(Rain
    Dance) X 2(Water vs. Rock) X 2(Water vs. Ground) X 2(Critical Hit) = 1710
    points of damage! This would probably -- most likely, kill in ONE hit.
    
    Here's another equation, but differently, just to teach you another kind.
    
    It's Gyrados taking on Houndoom, and Houndoom uses Fire Blast on Gyrados,
    with Rain Dance and scores a Critical Hit. Here's the equation.
    
    120(base attack power) X 1.5(attack type and Pokemon type match) X 0.5(Rain
    Dance, halves Fire attacks) X 0.5(Fire vs. Water) X 2(Critical Hit) = 89
    you see, from 120 base attack power, to 89! All attack's base attack power,
    could become very high or very low.
    
    Pokemon Daycare = Your advantage
    Did you know that the Baby can learn a lot of different moves that it couldn't
    learn before?  These moves are called Egg Moves.  You can find the full list
    of Egg Moves for each Pokemon in the Pokemon Academy in POKEMON  STADIUM 2.
    There are three types of breeding moves, we'll start off with...
    
    a) Pokemon Breading: Inherited Level-up moves
    The baby Pokemon that can eventually learn a move that they level up on, can
    be borned knowing that move.  Maybe I should, make some diagrams to help my
    bad explaining.
    
    ------           ------          ----
    Mother           Father          Baby
    ------           ------          ----
    Arcanine         Rhydon          Growlithe
    Fire             Rock/Ground     Fire
    Level: 51        Level: 50       Level: 5
    
    Bite             Rock Throw      Roar
    _Leer_           Earthquake      Ember
    Ember            Horn Drill      _Leer_
    Dig              _Leer_          Just because, this baby Growlithe's father
                                     and mother both know Leer, and Growlithe can
                                     learn Leer by leveling up,(level 18 by the
    way)
                                     he hatched knowing the move!  Just try to
                                     use your memory for most of the moves.
    
    b)Pokemon Breeding: Inherited TM Moves
    So, you found your favourite TM and now you realize one problem when you goto
    teach it ot your favourite Pokemon: "Oh my god!  I only have _one_ of them!"
    Yes, this is a doozy of a problem, but luckily for you, the Father can pass
    on TMs that the baby can learn too.  Here's another diagram for assisting my
    bad explaining.
    
    ------          ------           ----
    Mother          Fahter           Baby
    ------          ------           ----
    Alakazam        Hitmochan        Abra
    Psychic         Fighting         Psychic
    Level: 79       Level: 80        Level: 5
    
    Psychic         Comet punch      Teleport
    Metronome       _Thunder punch_  _Thunder punch_
    Recover         _Fire Punch_     _Fire punch_
    Thunder Wave    _Ice Punch_      _Ice Punch_
                                     And folks, this isn't a load of lies, it's
                                     the truth the whole truth and nothing but the
                                     truth.  The baby, Abra can learn Thunder
    punch,
                                     Fire punch and Ice punch so it hatched out
                                     Knowing it!
    
    c) Pokemon Breeding
    
    Learn from Others!
    A guideline from GameFAQs, this is a very nice guideline, if you could learn
    from other Trainer's teams, you could probably make on exactly like it -- or
    even better! Here's some of my friends, and my Pokemon Teams.
    
    My Pokemon Team
    --------
    Umbreon
    --------
    Item: Leftovers
    Mean Look
    Toxic
    Moonlight
    Body Slam
    
    ---------
    Tyranitar
    ---------
    Item: Pink Bow
    Crunch
    Rock Slide
    Hyper Beam
    Screech
    
    --------
    Gyrados
    --------
    Item: Mystic Water
    Surf
    Thunder
    Rain Dance
    Hyper Beam
    
    --------
    Arcanine
    --------
    Item: Leftovers
    Fire Spin
    Crunch
    Body Slam
    Sunny Day
    
    
    -----------
    Misdreavous
    -----------
    Item: Spell Tag
    Pain-Split
    Shadow Ball
    Thunder
    Psychic
    
    ---------
    Dragonite
    ---------
    Item: Dragon Fang
    Hyper Beam
    Dragon Breath
    Thunder
    Blizzard
    
    =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
                               Part X: Walkthrough
    =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    Welcome to the Walkthrough! Sorry if the other parts were a bit long, but
    if you read everything, chances are, you'll win more battles than other
    Pokemon Trainers. Anyways, on with the Walkthrough! I will also be providing
    Maps, but ONLY for the Towns, not something like...a Cave! Anyways, now
    we're FINALLY on with the Walkthrough.
    
    ------------------
    Walkthrough Legend
    ------------------
    F: Female (someone)|
                       |
    M: Male            |
                       |
    ???: Unknown       |
                       |
    *: Very Important  |
        Person -- MUST |
          talk too     |
    ___________________|   -----------------
                           New Bark Town Map
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     Mysterious Stranger                            #############################
      /     Professer Elm's Lab       Your House    #################
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       |----- ___ ----- |         |       |  | |            ##################
    ???|     |___|      |         |    ___------           #####################
        -----------------         |   |___|    |             ##################
               Citizen             ------------              ###################
                 /                   To Kanto     (OOOOOOOOOO###################
                \/ Citizen              --->      ( ). .    . .       .
                F   /                             ( )  . .       .
                   \/                             ( )  .            .
                   M                              ( )    .
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    ---------------  To Route 29                               #################
                          <---                             #####################
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    ---------------
                     Citizen's House
                         /                Citizen's House
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    -------------
    New Bark Town
    -------------
    Pokemon Found at Day:(Route, not Town)
    Pidgey
    Rattata
    Sentret
    
    Pokemon Found at Night:
    Hoot-Hoot
    
    ----------------------
    New Bark Town Overview
    ----------------------
    Get Poke Gear from Mom
    Set Day of the Week
    Visit Prof. Elm at his Lab
    Get a Pokemon
    Get to Cherrygrove City
    
    
    Walkthrough:
    After you woke up in your room, go out the door on the top right into the
    kictchen. Talk to your Mom(the woman on the right side of the table) and
    register her phone number. Once you've got hers, walk out the door of your
    house. And after that, make your way to Professer Elm's House. Inside, talk
    to him until he lets you take one of the Pokemon Balls on the table. Now
    it gets interesting...who should you choose? Will it be...Totodile? Or
    Cyndaquill? Not Cyndaquill because it's Chikorita! Ask me? Well I chose
    Totodile by random. Who's the strongest you ask? That, I'm not sure, because
    I never really got the chance to compare their stats. But it's really up
    to you. Cyndaquill is a Fire type, Totodile is a Water type and Chikorita
    is a Grass type. And the Poke Balls are layed out in that order, Cynaquill,
    Totodile and Chikorita. Once you've made up your mind, pick the Poke Ball
    up. And proceed to the door -- but Professer Elm's Aid will stop you to
    give you a Potion.  From here, just keep walking out and to Route 29.
    
    At Route 29, you should train your Pokemon up at least 3 Levels. Two or
    Three battles against a Level 2 Pokemon will promote you to level 6. As
    Pokemon grow more, the harder they will be to train. Anyways, back to the
    Walkthrough. At the beginning of the Route, just go left and at the bottom
    of your screen, you should see a man. Talk to him to learn how to capture
    a Pokemon. Now, back to the Walkthrough. Go left and proceed to do that
    until you get blocked off by small trees. At this point, go right until you
    see this boy standing there. On his right, there should be two row of
    stones. And there should also be a gap between the stone on the bottom.
    Go through it. Go up and right and you should see some grass. Go up and keep
    left until you come to a town.
    #############################        #########################################
    ##################     ######        #########################################
    ##################      ----------------                      ################
                            Cherrygrove City Old Citizen          ################
     |     |    Item        ----------------   /Town Map
     |     |    Shop      Pokemon Centre      \/
     |     |                     To Route 29  *  --------------
        |                              --->
    To Route 30                                  ---------------
                   Water Route
    .   .     |        /Mystic Water
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    ----------------
    Cherrygrove City
    ----------------
    Pokemon Found at Night:
    Poilwag(Route 30)
    Hoot-Hoot
    Zubat
    
    Items:
    Town Map
    Mystic Water(later)
    
    -------------------------
    Cherrygrove City Overview
    -------------------------
    "Get Town Map
    "Get to Mr. Pokemon's House
    "Get PokeDex
    
    
    Walkthrough:
    Once you enter Cherrygrove city talk to the man standing near the path to
    Route 29 and accept his offer of showing you around Cherrygrove city. After
    he's done walking infront of places, he will give you the Town Map. This is
    a helpful Item if you want to know where you are. Anyways, back to the
    Walkthrough. After you get the Town Map, goto the path to Route 30.
    
    From Route 30, go up and then right into the grassy fields. At that point go
    up and then turn left at the nearby house. Talk to the man inside to get
    a Berry. Let one of your Pokemon hold this and during a battle, it will
    recover 20 HP randomly. After that, get out of his house and talk to the
    tree on your left to get a Berry. At this point go right and then go up and
    keep going up until you come to a small house. Before you go in though, go
    and talk to the tree on your left to get a Poisoncure Berry. Now go in.
    Inside, you will find Professer Oak and Mr. Pokemon. Professer Oak will give
    you a PokeDex and then leave. As soon as you get out of Mr. Pokemon's House,
    you will get a call from Professer Elm telling you to get back to his lab
    right now. Navigate Route 30 until you get back to Cherrygrove City. Take
    the path to Route 29 -- but wait, you're blocked off and he's a Pokemon
    Trainer. But maybe, _maybe_ you should train your Pokemon up to level 10
    before you fight this Trainer, because it will be much easier.
    
    -------------------
    Pokemon Battle: ???
    -------------------
    Pokemon used:
    Cyndaquil
    Totodile
    Chikorita
    
    How to Beat him:
    This will be your first Official Pokemon Battle, and it will be quite easy
    if your Starting Pokemon is at level 10 or higher. If you chose Totodile,
    he will use Chikorita and if you chose Cyndaquil, he will use Totodile. It
    might be easier if you chose Totodile since Scratch is stronger than Tackle.
    But if you chose Cyndaquil or Chikorita you'll still do fine if your
    Starting Pokemon is level 10 or higher. About three attacks from a level 10
    or above Pokemon will do the trick. With my level 11 Totodile, I had no
    troubles dispatching him. His moves are weak for the beginning, unless you
    chose Cyndaquil, and he has Scratch.
    
    After your battle, continue through Route 29 until you make it back to New
    Bark Town. At this point, go into Professer Elm's Lab. Inside you will find
    Professer Elm with a Poilce Officier. This is where you get give ??? a name.
    Once you gave ??? a name, the Police Officier will leave. Talk to Professer
    Elm and he will tell you what happened -- in full detail. After that begin
    your walk to get out of here, Professer Elm's Aid will once again interupt
    you to give you some Poke Balls. He won't do that if you didn't talk to
    Professer Elm.
    
    Now that you got some Poke Balls, it's time to go and put together a good
    strong Team. I only taught you all that stuff in the beginning to prepare
    you for team-building. The Pokemon in Route 30 are a bit stronger than the
    ones in Route 29. But for starters, a level 3 Pokemon should be trained in
    the level 2-3 to Pokemon zone. Build up about three new Pokemon to separate
    levels, or you could raise them evenly. At this point of the game, I had a
    level 11 Totodile, level 9 Hoot-Hoot and a level 9 Rattata. Not what you
    call an offensive team, but a simple team like that will do for the first Gym
    Leader. Well you're ready, make your way back to Route 30.
    
    At  Route 30 go up and turn right into the grass fields again. From there,
    keep going up but stop at the sign. Instead, go left and now it's time to
    battle. Start by Youngster Joey, but don't worry, all these Pokemon Trainers
    here will only have a one or two Pokemon. After beating Youngster Joey, talk
    to him again an dyou could register his Phone Number. He will call you for
    a rematch and other interesting things. After that go up and just keep going
    up until you're blocked off by a small tree. At that point go down a bit and
    thne go right and up. After that go left until you could go down. Do that.
    Fight Bug Catcher Wade and when you beat him register his Phone Number. Go
    up and then keep going left until you come to Violet City.
    
                             -----------
                             Violet City
                             -----------
    
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              Route 36       Violet City  Citizen  |     |                ######
              <---                         /       |     |                ######
                              Sprout Tower ------- |     |######################
    ############                     M     |              ######################
    ############                           |_____________#######################
    ##        Mart          Gym
    ##
    ##                          Pokemon Centre    To Route 31  ------------
    ##                 Citizen                            ---> |          |
    ######                   \                                 |          |
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                               F                               |           |
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                  ##############
                  ############## Route 32
                  ##############    |       ##################################
        #########################           ###################################
    #############################           ###################################
    
    --------------------
    Violet City Overview
    --------------------
    Enter Bellsprout Tower
    Get HM 05
    Win Zephyr Badge
    Get EGG
    
    
    
    Welcome to Violet City! Home of the First Pokemon Gym. This is the big
    oppurtunity to win your first Official Pokemon Badge! First of all you could
    get HM 05 first. But that's opptional, you could get it later if you wish.
    I recommend you do it now because I'll write the walkthrough for it now.
    
    At the beginning of town, go left and then go up when you could. Keep going
    up until you come to a big tower. Go in. Inside the Tower, you will have to
    fight many battles, but all of the Trainers in here are not that good. By
    now you're Pokemon should be around level 10. Without furhter a due, here it
    is.
    
    From the beginning go up and left and then keep going up until you come to
    this warp thing. This will bring you to the second floor. Over here, go up
    a bit and hten go right and keep going right until you come to another warp
    point. Go up a bit and then keep going left and you will fight another
    Trainer. This battle should be a sinch. After the battle go down until you
    come to another warp point. From here keep going down and then go right, you
    will fight another Trainer, but once again, this will be easy. After this
    battle go right onto another warp point. At this point you will have to
    fight three seperate battles until you come to the Elder. But you're rival
    has already fought him. After your Rival leaves, it's your turn.
    
    -------
    Sage Li
    -------
    Pokemon used:
    Bellsrout
    Hoot-Hoot
    
    Awards:
    HM 05
    
    If you chose Cynaquil, this battle will be nothing at all. But again, your
    Pokemon should be around level 10. You could dispatch him with no troubles
    if you have a Pidgey or a Hoot-Hoot. At level 07 Pidgey learns Gust. And
    at level 11, Hoot-Hoot learns Peck. Both these Moves will serve you well
    against him. Well when you finally beat him, grab the Escape Rope on the top
    right corner. And use it to get out of here.
    
    Once you got out of the Sprout Tower, heal your Pokemon at the Pokemon
    Centre and then head to the Gym. You will also battle several battles here
    too. But they're not that hard either. It's better to heal after each
    battle, this way you'll be fresh against Falkner.
    
    --------------
    Leader Falkner
    --------------
    Pokemon used:
    Pidgey
    Pidgeotto
    
    Awards:
    TM 31
    Zephyr Badge
    
    His highest level Pokemon is at level 9, and I out-classed him by seven
    levels. So I had absolutley no troubles dispatching him. You could trade
    a Bellsprout for an Onix near the Pokemon Centre to make your life easier.
    Try to give your Pokemon some Berries, or rather let them hold it. Having
    an Onix on your Team and around the level of 11, you could make this battle
    go on for a long, long, time. But you got to watch out though the Pidgeotto
    is armed with Mud-Slap, which is a ground type move and Onix is weak
    against it. Send in your Starter to waste Pidgeotto.
    
    After you've won, you will receive a phone call from Professer Elm tellling
    you he sent his Aid to the nearby Pokemon Centre. Go there to receive an
    Egg containing a Togepi.
    
    After you get your Egg, get out of the Pokemon Centre and then go up. Then
    go left and keep going down, talk to the tree to get a Paralyzecure Berry.
    Just continue down.
    
    At Route 32, go down and then left to fight a Trainer. You don't have to
    fight him, but I recommend it. Around the grass fields, there are level six
    to seven Pokemon. All for your Pokemon to train. When you win this battle
    against Youngster, continue down until you see a girl. Talk to her to enage
    into a battle. Again, this is one of those optional battles. When you win,
    talk to her to register her Phone Number. After this battle continue down
    until you see a boy this will be yet another battle. Go down a bit and then
    go right and up to find a Great Ball, this is an upgrade of the Poke Ball
    and is better to catch Pokemon with. After that go down until you come to
    a Pokemon Centre, heal your Pokemon and then go down and left into the
    Union Cave.
    
    ----------
    Union Cave
    ----------
    Pokemon Found:
    Rattata
    Sandshrew
    Zubat
    Geodude
    Onix
    
    Items found:
    Great Ball
    Awakening
    X Attack
    TM 18
    
    From the beginning go left and down then turn left to battle a Hiker. From
    there, go down and then right and just keep going right and then down to
    fight another Hiker. After you're battle, go down a bit and then move left
    and then go down until you come to an intersection where you have two
    choices; left and right. Go right until you can't go anymore then go down
    to fight one more battle. After that just walk into the light to imerge in
    one piece.
    
                                 -----------
                                 Azalea Town
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    ##############         ______                ##[ ]OOOOOO|_________________
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    ___________       Citizen                   | | B | |
    |         |          M                      |_______|
    |_________|                                      _____________________
    |         |
    |         |                                          To Route 33
    |_________|          _______________                    ------>
    To Ilex Forest      |              |             _____________________
    <-------            |      GYM     |
                        |              |
    ##############      |______________|
    ##############      |              |
    ##############      |              |
    ##############      |              |
    ##############      |      ___     |
    ##############      |_____|   |____|
    ##############             ---
    ############################################################################
    ############################################################################
    
    A: Kurt's House
    
    B: Slowpoke's Cave
    
    -----------
    Azalea Town
    -----------
    Welcome to Azalea Town! A.K.A home of the second GYM! Bulk your Pokemon up
    a couple of levels. Then get ready for a heck of a fight in the GYM. Of
    course, there are many things for you to do, so let's get right into it.
    
    --------------------
    Azalea Town Overview
    --------------------
    * Visit Kurt at his house
    * Proceed to the Slowpoke's Cave
    * Take out Team Rocket
    * Get HIVE BADGE
    * Enage into battle with Rival
    
    Now that we understand what we need to do, it's time to start doing them.
    Start off by visiting Kurt at his house. Refer to the Map. Then he will
    leave his house and you go ahead and follow him. Goto the Slowpoke's Well
    (Refer to Map for reference)
    
    -------------
    Slowpoke Well
    -------------
    Pokemon found:
    Slowpoke
    
    Items:
    Super Potion
    
    Pokemon Battles:
    4
    
    Make sure that your Pokemon are at least at Level 15 for this battle. My
    three Pokemon were: Hoot-Hoot Lv.17, Totodile Lv. 16, Onix Lv. 15. Now I
    know what you're thinking "What a stupid guy, his Pokemon are to high level"
    Hey, cut my some slack, I only had three Pokemon, and I wanted a Noctowl.
    There will be three Rockets and one big cheese. The three are not that
    strong, but the last guy may give you some trouble if your Pokemon are not
    level 15 and higher. Go through each of them and grab the SUPER POTION after
    the battle with the girl. Just keep going until you make it to the big
    cheese.
    
    ============================================================================
    
    =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-==-=-
    Pokemon Battle: Rocket Executive
    =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=
    Pokemon used:
    Koffing
    
    Items:
    None
    
    This battle is fairly simple if you have the right stuff. Just remember a
    couple of things: you just grabbed a SUPER POTION that you can use at any
    place and time. You catching my drift? If your strongest Pokemon falls,
    you won't be able to use the SUPER POTION. Keep that in mind. His Koffing
    is at level 14, if my active memory serves me correctly. Just keep your
    Pokemon alive and you'll do fine.
    
    ============================================================================
    
    Once you defeated the big cheese, Kurt will confront you and take you back
    to his House. He can also make Poke Balls for you! All you need are APRICORN
    you can find these in little trees. I'll begin to mark them on the Maps.
    When he's done talking, exit his house and goto the back of his house. Talk
    to this tree and you'll win a WHITE APRICORN. This will allow you to make
    a Special Poke Ball at Kurt's House. So bring it to him if you wish.
    Make sure you bulk your Pokemon up a level or two. My Hoot-Hoot was level
    19 by the time I finished the whole GYM. Of course, I fought everybody in
    the GYM, but most trainers are optional. Although I highly recommend that
    you defeat everybody for the expierience, you don't have to if you don't
    want to.
    
    When you're ready, goto the nearby GYM (the Rocket guy that was guarding
    the GYM will now be gone) jump in and you'll notice that inside, there's
    two female trainers standing beside each other. Believe it or not, they're
    both one trainer. They'll have two Pokemon. Once that battle is over, take
    a right and you will soon be challenged once again. Continue on and battle
    each trainer that you want to. And make it to the centre of the GYM and
    challenge Bugsy.
    
    
    ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                 Leader: Bugsy
    ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
    
    Pokemon Used:
    Metapod
    Kakuna
    Scyther
    
    Items:
    None
    
    This GYM Leader is nothing but easy if you don't have the right stuff. By
    this I mean, you'll need some Pokemon to work for you. Check the chart, but
    if my memory serves me correctly, Flying, Fire will do well against his
    Bug-type Pokemon. His Scyther will cause some trouble for you if you let it
    connect with a Fury-Cutter. You can try and make it miss after the first
    blow. If his Scyther connects two or more times, this will hurt you bad.
    The move will damage you more every single time. Onix will help you out here,
    but any Pokemon that has a Paralyzing, Sleeping, or Accuracy-decreasing
    will stop his Scyther from reaching the maxium damage. Remember one thing:
    "THE LONGER THE BATTLE GOES, THE MORE IT'LL GOTO BUGSY'S ADVANTAGE" did you
    get that? Good, basic reminder, use any attack that can stop Scyther from
    attacking. Trust me, you do not want the Fury Cutter to connect four times.
    That'll do a LOT of damage. Just keep that point in mind and you should come
    out victorius.
    
    ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                     Ilex Forest
    ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Items: Revive, TM 02(Headbutt)
    
         After you've won you're big battle aginst Bugsy, exit the Gym and heal
    your Pokemon in the Pokemon Centre.  Exit the Pokemon Centre and turn left.
    You'll probably notice that you'll immediatley get challenged from your
    friendly neighborhood Rival!
    
    ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
                               Pokemon Battle: Rival
     ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Pokemon Used: Zubat, Ghastly, Croconaw, [or] Quilava, [or] Bayleef
    
    Items used: None
    
        This is another friendly battle with your Rival, you'll noticed that the
    starter you faced back in Cherrygrove City has evolved! (YAY!) Stop cheering!
    It's a bad thing.  It'll be harder to beat this dude now.  By now, you're
    Pokemon should be in the level range of 15-20, if you're Pokemon is over 16,
    this is won't be such a hard battle.  But I found it easier with my Hoot-hoot
    at level 19, my Croconaw at level 18 and my Onix at level 14.  This battle
    can be easily one if you counter with the approiate types.  Counter Zubat
    with a Rock Throwing Onix, Ghastly with Hoot-Hoot's Forsight + Tackle or
    Croconaw's Bite to deal damage on Ghastly.  Counter Croconaw with Bellsprout's
    Vine Whip, Quilava with Wooper's Water Gun and Quilava with...a strong
    physical
    attack.  Take out the Ghastly as FAST as you possibly can.  Got it?
    
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                  Ilex Forest(Continued)
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
         Once you've got the battle under your belt, continue left and through
    the house to get into Ilex Forest itself.  Go north from the start until you
    see a boy.  Take to him and he'll tell you that he's missing his Sensai's
    Farfetch'd is missing in forest.  Your job is to look for the Farfetch'd.
    Take the path south near the boy and just follow the path until you find a
    bird(Farfetch'd) take to it to make it fly away.  Follow the direction he
    took and talk to Farfetch'd again and repeat the process until you make him
    fly to the boy.  Get back there and you'll notice that there's the boy's
    Sensai with him.  Talk to the Sensai and he'll award you with the HM 01, Cut.
    
        Use the HM 01 to cut the nearby tree north of you.  Continue along the
    path until you see a body of water.  Continue along the single path until
    you're finally allowed to choose your own path; north and east.  Take the
    path on the right, continue this path until you see another person.  Talk
    to him to receive TM 02, Headbutt.  Now, get back to the "get to choose path"
    and go north.  Follow this path and go north in the next area to advance
    into...
    
    ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                     Goldenrod City
    ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    
    Items: Radio Card, Bicycle, Squirtbottle, TM 45(Attract), TM 20(Return), TM
    21(Frustration), TM 25(Thunder), Fire Blast(TM), Blizzard(TM), PlainBadge,
    Coin Case
    
          Yes, there will not be a map for Goldenrod, simply because everywhere
    is too complicated.  I'll just walk you through you this like any other
    decent FAQ Author would.  Start off by healing your Pokemon at the Pokemon
    Centre if necesesary.  Now head north past one more building and turn left.
    Continue along until you see the a huge tower; go in.  Now go right and talk
    to the last woman sitting behind the table.  Say Yes and answer her
    questions in this order if you don't the answers: YES, YES, YES, NO, YES if
    my active memory serves me correctly.  If you answered the questions
    correctly,
    you should win a Radio Card.  This will allow you to listen to all sorts of
    Radio Channels.
    
         Now the next thing on the list is to grab a bike.  Exit the tower and
    keep going right until you hit house. Backtrack and then head south until
    you aren't allowed to anymore. Go into the nearby house and talk to the man
    in here.  Say yes and he'll give you a Bicycle.  *ChaosDemon's One minute-tip*
    Press Start and choose the Bicycle, select the SEL option on the pop-up menu
    to register the bike.  So from now on, press Select to get on the Bicycle!
    </ChaosDemon's One minute-tip> Now ride your new bike to the big building
    right above the Pokemon Centre and go in.  This is what we call, the Game
    Corner.  But before you can play, you'll need the coin case, so get outta
    here.  From the outside of the building, go left and south until you can't
    go anymore, then go into the house on the right and down the stairs.  In
    this place, south, south, south, and maybe even more south until you find
    an item, Coin Case.
    
        Now you can go back to the Game Corner and attempt to win some Coins.
    Talk to the man behind the counter and buy some coins.  Once you've got coins
    you can talk to the slot machines to play.  The ones on the left side of the
    Game Corner are roulette-style.  And the ones on the right side of the Game
    Corner are "card-games."  Once you've won enough Coins, you can trade them
    for prizes. *ChaosDemon's One minute tip* You might be able to find some
    coins by pressing A all over the place in the Game Corner</ChaosDemon's one
    minute tip> Now that we know what the Game Corner is for, let's move onto
    other things.  Now leave the Game Corner and do something you should've done
    a LONG time ago, and that's attempt to fight...The GYM Leader!
    
        Wait!  There's other things for you to do...if it's after 6PM, use your
    radio to tune into the Password channel or a similar name and remember the
    password the station gives out.  Now goto the Radio Tower and to the next
    floor, talk to the girl sitting on the chair and choose the correct password
    to add 1 POINT to your card.  Once you've reached the required points you
    can trade them for prizes.  Here's the table:
    
     _________________________
    |# of points| -Prize-    |
    |   2       | Ultra Ball |
     ------------------------|
        2       | Full Restore
    --------------------------
        3       | Rare Candy
    --------------------------
        3       | Nugget
    --------------------------
        5       | Protein
    --------------------------
        5       | Iron
    --------------------------
        5       | Carbos
    --------------------------
        5       | Calcium
    --------------------------
        5       | HP Up
    
         Now that you know this, let's take on the Gym Leader, you should also
    maybe train a little bit or get some of your Pokemon into shape.  This will
    help you out for the tough battle that lies ahead.  I recommend an Onix to
    be added to your team against the Normal slaughters of the Goldenrod gym.
    Head to the Goldenrod gym and then fight the trainers in here and slowly
    make your way towards the Gym leader in the centre of the Pokemon Gym.
    
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                             Gym Leader Battle: Whitney
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    Pokemon used: Clefairy, Miltank
    
    Items to be earned: Plainbadge, TM 45
    
        This will be the rougher battles in the game, she has Miltank that can
    take a lot of abuse before it falls down.  To the addition that, it can also
    deal a LOT of abuse to you before YOU go down (if that happens, and I think
    it will) the Milktank is armed with Rollout, a very strong Rock attack.  The
    key to this battle is to stop Rollout before it gets to 100 damage, this can
    be done by Onix's Bind attack.  The fire and flying types do not even stand
    a chance in the sturggle against Miltank, although the Clefairy isn't much
    of a challenge, Miltank can wipe you out in a lot of different ways; and
    that's lethal no matter what game you're playing.  Don't hesistate to use
    items when absolutley neccessary, but you're only helping Milktank so use
    Items as a last resort.  To get an Onix, you can find one in the Union Cave
    or by trading with a boy in Violet city.  A Geodude can also help out, with
    Rock Throw, so the strategy here is not to WEAR down Miltank, but to take it
    down with raw force.  This may take a while but you'll soon come out
    sucessful.
    
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        After the battle, the leader Whitney will cry and say you're a meany and
    junk, so leave the Gym and go right back in.  Then, talk to Whitney and you'll
    win the Plain Badge and TM45, Attract.  This TM can make the opposite gender
    get atrracted to your Pokemon and it won't attack you.  You probably want
    to get on to the next city now right?  Thought so.  Leave the GYM and take
    a quick left then procceed north.  Keep going north until you reach the
    national park.  Go northeast here and look for an opening on the
    fence that surrounds the park.  Go there and take a left.  Then keep going
    until you can go south, do that.  Keep going south and you'll soon reach
    TM 28(Dig.)
    
        Now with another item under your belt, go through the big house on the
    east part of the park.  In this next area, you can train your Pokemon a little
    bit against the trainers and then keep going east.  You see a girl here, and
    she's not interested in battling.  Talk to her and now go back to Goldenrod
    city.  Head right past the gym until you aren't allowed to do so anymore.
    You'll find a small house here go in and talk to BOTH of the girls.  Starting
    with the lower one then talk to the girl watering the plants.  She will now
    give you the SQUIRTBOTTLE to put in the key pocket.  If it's sunday and you're
    looking for another TM.  Goto the Goldenrod city Mart(the huge one, you can't
    miss it) goto the second highest floor and look for girl behind the counter.
    Talk to her and if you're leading Pokemon doesn't like you, you'll get TM 21
    Frustration but if you're leading Pokemon _likes_ you, you'll get TM 20,
    Return (why get one when you can get two??? Ahh...ChaosDemon has read the
    cheap book)
    
        Finally, it's time to stop stalling, it's time to move onto the next city.
    But before we go on, make sure you have a strong Pokemon, a water type in
    paticular, or use Dig you just found.  Why? You'll soon find out.  I should
    also mention one more thing, if it's Tuesday, Thursday or Saturday, you can
    goto the house right before the national park and talk to the man in there
    for a FREE of charge safari to find the strongest Bug Pokemon and win stuff
    doing it!  You also get to keep the last Pokemon you find.  Scyther, Pinser
    and a whole lot of others can only be found in the Bug Catching Contest.
    It's also a great place for training level 10-17 Pokemon.  Now, let's get
    on with the walkthrough.  Go through that big house once again and to the
    girl that was standing near the tree that moves.  Use the Squirtbottle and
    it will wake up to challenge you...
    
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                        ONE TIME POKEMON CHANCE: Sudowoodo
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          A great Pokemon to be added to your collection. It will be at level 20
    and is a well-armed Pokemon with some heavy array of attacks.  Mimic, Low Kick
    and one other I believe.  If you're too scared to fight and are about to lose,
    go ahead and use Whirlwind, Teleport, Roar or other attacks that take you out
    of the battle instantly, but if you blow this oppurtunity, you don't get
    another one, a level 20 Pokemon should be a great addition for the upcoming
    battles ahead.  It's a ROCK type mind you, an Ultra Ball or Great Ball is
    your only chance, or maybe some special Poke Balls from Kirk.  If you've
    been reading the walkthrough, you'll know that with ChaosDemon's one-minute-
    tip,
    you can get an Ultra Ball without forking over a dime.
    
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                              The Journey to the Next Town
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    Items: TM 18(Rock Smash)
    
          Once you've sucessfully taken care of Sudowoodo, take a right, and then
    talk to the "roundish" man here to recieve TM 18, Rock Smash.  Now go left
    and keep going so then go north when you're allowed to.  Keep doing that and
    you'll soon emerge into...
    
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                                      Ecruteak City
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    Items: HM Surf
    
         Welcome to...<read above> yes, that's right, it's me, it's me, it's T.J.T
    bringing you through Ecruteak City with the most detailed-walkthrough in town!
    You should have a team of Pokemon at level 25 by now, if not, you'll just
    have to make due.  Look around for an old man with glasses and then go into
    the house beside him.  Go up the stage in here and talk to the woman from
    left to right, or a series of battles facing, Umbreon, Flareon, Jolten,
    Vaporeon,
    and Espeon.  Once you've defeated them, talk to the man off the stage and
    he'll
    award you with HM 05(Surf.) Unfortunetly, this is where I got to and I'll
    have to put...-UPDATE- Yes, I'm back!  Head into the tower on the northwest
    part of town.  Talk to the two people in here and take a left then north
    and finally take a right and down.  You should soon your Rival here so get
    ready for a battle, I just did this at first!
    
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                                 Pokemon Battle: Rival
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    Pokemon Used: Haunter, Magnetmite, Bayleef, Zubat
    
    Items: None
    
         Here's another rival battle to lighten up your day.  Yes, I'm being
    sarca-
    stic, but the point is, you got another Pokemon battle to conquer.  Your
    Rival's
    Pokemon range is at 18-22, yours should be 19-23 or so.  If you can get your
    Pokemon to be over 25, you should have no problem with this guy.  Counter
    Haunter with Kadabra(Confusion, Psybeam), Magnetmite with Growlithe(Ember),
    Bayleef with Noctowl(Peck) or Growlithe(Ember), and Zubat with Growlithe
    (Ember)
    That pretty much sums this battle up, look out for the Curse from Haunter,
    he'll try to use this pretty quickly, and that Curse will hound you for the
    rest of the battle(it will slowly cut away your HP), so lead off with a decoy,
    and when it uses Curse, counter with Kadabra.  Then bring in the mentioned
    Pokemon to counter.
    
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                                  Ecruteak City(continued)
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          After the rival battle, you'll go through a cinema with you falling
    through the floor and into a secret room.  You'll now go face-to-face with
    three odd looking creatures(Pokemon, ;) now watch this and then go down
    south when it's over.  Talk to this guy here and you just made a new friend!
    This guy's name is Eusine, and he's been searching for Suicune for more than
    10 years, and you helped him find Suicune and Eusine finally managed to see
    Suicune!  So for that, he's your new friend.  Go south and take the ladder
    upto the first floor again.  Now, leave the Burned Tower and head into the
    Pokemon Centre.
    
          You should see a short cinema here with someone runnig out of the
    Pokemon
    Centre.  This guy's name is Bill, and he's one of those people in the Pokemon
    World that is generous enough to _give_ you a pokemon.  He'll take to you for
    a bit and then he'll run off.  Heal your Pokemon in the Pokemon Centre.  You
    will probably want another Pokemon to add to your collection, if not, skip
    the next paragraph.
    
          Leave the Pokemon Centre, and head back to Goldenrod city.  Now with
    your new friends met in Ecruteak city, you can get a new Pokemon to add to
    your collection!  If you want to find out whom you'll get, I won't tell you!
    Anyways, go south from that guard house and then go south past the train
    track,
    then take a left.   There should be a house small house here(I'm doing this
    from memory, but it's one of the houses on the left side)  now go into that
    small house(Bill's House) and now talk to the man on the left side of the
    of table.  He'll give you an Eevee!  It's classifed as "EVOLUTION" in the
    Poke Dex, and for good reason.  It can evolve into 5 different Pokemon;
    Jolteon
    (electric), Flareon(fire), Vaporeon(water), Umbreon(dark) and Espeon(psychic)
    Flareon, Jolten and Vaporeon can be evolved with the (in exact order) FIRE
    STONE, THUNDER STONE and the WATER STONE.  For Vaporeon and Umbreon, it has
    to be evolved through friendly Evolution.
    
          Alright, with another friend met, it's time to take on the Gym leader
    for the badge.  Get ready for a heck of a battle, the Attract TM you got from
    Whitney will be able to help you out a bit too.  Teach it to anybody on your
    team to give them an extra edge if you're facing the opposite gender.  Goto
    the Ecruteak City Gym.  Once you get in here, you'll notice that everybody
    seem to be standing on a black platform.  But for some odd reason, everytime
    you try to step on it, you fall through the ground.  Yes, I'm gonna help you
    too, there's a basic thing to remember, the direction the trainers are staring
    at are safe.  Touché?  Okay.  Follow the advice and you'll make it to Morty
    in one piece.
    
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                                    GYM LEADER: Morty
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    Pokemon used: Gengar, Haunter
    
    Items to be earned: Badge, TM
    
         Here's a trainer that uses Dark and Ghost type Pokemon.  If you're lucky,
    they'll use Curse, a move that splits the user's HP in half in order to hound
    the Cursed Pokemon for the rest of the battle.  Remember the last battle
    against
    your rival, who also uses Curse?  You sure do, so the tactic here is to use
    a decoy Pokemon to be cursed then send in the Psychic type to blast them with
    Psychic attacks.  I used Alakazam to wipe out each and everyone of those
    Pokemon
    of Morty's and that's what you gotta do too.  Use a Kadabra if you don't have
    Alakazam, so now I'm going to leave you with the shortest strategy so far for
    a Gym leader.  Good luck!
    
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                          Journey to the Next city: Olivine
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         Yes, with another badge under your belt, it's time for you to move on and
    attempt another badge!  Yes, this is like die-hard torture, but, with
    practice,
    you can become a Pokemon Trainer that is _almost_, _almost_ as good as me.
    I'm bragging, not one of y'all out there are as good as me, take that Ash
    Ketchum!  But, unfortunetly, this FAQ wasn't created for bragging purposes,
    so let's get on with the walkthrough.  After the Gym you should heal your
    Pokemon.  Then keep going left to leave this town and then continue left.
    Soon you won't be able to go anymore, then go south and keep going south until
    you reach Olivine City.
    
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                                     Olivine City
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    Items: Badge, TM(Iron Tail), Medicine, HM 04(Strength)
    
         This is Olivine City, home of the 5th Gym leader!  Yep, it's not that
    pleasent, but you'll have your chances to become the elite player you always
    wanted to be.  Yes, training is possible around here, go north and to the
    grassy areas.  Before you do anything though, head into one of the nearby
    houses and talk to someone who likes a Sailor from Red and Blue, or a well
    built man sitting near a table.  Talk to him and you will recieve HM 04,
    Strength.  You'll need this in the near future, so keep that Item tight and
    head out the door.  If you go into the Gym right now, you'll notice that the
    Gym have been abandoned.  You earned HM 03, Surf in the last city, so use it
    to get around and surf on bodies of water.  I'm sorry, but this is where I'm
    currently at in the game, so I'll have to leave you now.  And yes, this city
    _IS_ home of the Battle Tower!
    
          Okay, people, lets get down to business.  Forget about the Batter Tower
    for now, and lets' focus on the key goals.  One, getting the Pokemon Badge,
    and two, the journey towards that goal.  All right, on the eastern coast of
    the city, there lies the Lighthouse.  It's a very, very, large building,
    that's somewhat slender.
    
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                                      Lighthouse
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          In the first room, follow the path and it'll bring you to the stairs,
    leading to the floor number 2.  Once you're in the second floor, again, follow
    the path and it'll bring you to the next staircase.  Just one thing, though,
    watch out for the black patches on the floor, because if you walk into those,
    it'll push you all the way down to the next floor.
    
          In the third floor, follow the path to the next staircase.  Once you
    reached the fourth floor, though, take a left and fall into the black hole as
    soon as you reach this level.  After the fight, goto the staircase near the
    fat man and then to the next staircase.  Go south a bit here and to the final
    staircase.
    
          Then walk up a bit and talk to the girl here.  She'll ask you to help
    her get a potion for the sick Pokemon she's tending to, so it's time to do
    that.
    
          By jumping into the black holes, you'll be able to get down to the
    ground floor faster now.  The black hole on this floor is at the eastern wall.
    
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                                  Olivine City(Continued)
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          Head west to Route 40.  Then, jump into the water and start surfing.  All
    you gotta do now is keep going south and you'll eventually reach Cinadwood
    city.
    
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                                     Cinawood City
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    ITEMS: SecretPotion(KeyItem)
    
          First things first, we need to get the potion for the sick Pokemon.  Head
    into the house in the southernest part of Cinawood.  Then, talk to the man with
    the glasses.  He'll give you the potion.
    
    -Optional-
    Go into the house beside the Pokemon Center and talk to the boy.  He will give
    you a Pokemon.
    
          Anyhoo, back to the walkthrough.  Walk into the Gym.  Beat all the first
    3 defenses and walk north further to the boulders.  They will be arranged like
    this:
    
    ==============================================================================
    
    A-B-C
    
    Solution:
    C: Up Once
    A: Up Once
    B: Right Once
    
    ==============================================================================
    
          Continue on to the gym leader, and begin the crash of the titans.
    
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                                      GYM LEADER: CHUCK
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    Rewards: TM01, All Pokemon up to level 70 will obey, you may use Fly, 3000
    smackers
    
          He'll start off with a Primape.  For this battle you should get a Kadabra
    or Alakazam to make your life a whole lot easier.  All you really need are
    those Pokemon and you got this battle won.
    
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                                  Cinawood City (Continued)
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    Items: HM02, Some Cash
    
          When you get outside of the Gym, talk to the woman standing a little
    south to it.  She will give you HM02.  Now, head north and you will see Suicune
    again.  It will run away, like always.  And Euicun will appear.  He will
    challenge you to a match.  Beat him to win some dough.
    
          Use your HM02 and fly back to Olivine city.  Bring it to the top of the
    Lighthouse and talk to Jasmine.  She will go back to the Gym, meaning it's time
    for you to get yet another badge.
    
    
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                                   Gym Leader: Jasmine
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          Dismantling Jasmine's first two Pokemon is probably a piece of cake.  You
    can use a fire type or ground type to take it out.  The second Pokemon,
    Steelix, might cause you a bit of a problem though.  I took it out with a
    Growlithe with a Fire Blast (get this at the game corner).  Although Steelix is
    pretty buff, it has modest speed.  So you can use this to your advantage.
    
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                                  Journey to the next City
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          Head back to Ecruteak City and keep going east.  When you reach the
    water, surf east and you will eventually make it to Route 42.  Continue on to
    Mahagony town.
    
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                                      Mahagony Town
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          Heal your Pokemon if you have to.  Then, head north as soon as you can.
    Keep going north through the grass until you hit the Lake of Rage.
    
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                                       Lake of Rage
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          Surf into the water and make sure you have plenty of Ultra Balls handy.
    Talk to the Gyrados in the middle of the sea and get ready to catch it.  Off
    with strong strikes to him.  When he gets weak enough try and put it to sleep,
    then unleash a barrage of Ultra Balls to try and catch it.
    
          Once you've caught it, or destroyed it by accident, you will get the Red
    Scale.  Get back on to the land and talk to the guy reading the sign.
    
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                                   Team Rocket Saga
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          Get back to Mahagony town and head into the house where Lance is.  He'll
    pretty soon reveal a staircase.  Thus begins the Team Rocket Saga.
    
          Start off by taking west.  You'll encouter a barrage of battles, it
    shouldn't be that hard to dismantle the Grunts, though.  COntinue down the hall
    and take the south path when you can.  Follow it and you'll encouter some
    Pokemon battles in the dark shaded areas of the room.  In those ones, though,
    you can not run.  Keep going down and touch the staircase to advance into the
    next area.
    
          Follow the path east and go south when you can.  Keep going and you'll
    find a staircase soon enough.  Go west a bit and then up into the "office"
    style room.  You can battle the first guy with his face at the computer if you
    want, but the main battle is the girl in the upper part of this room.  Once you
    beat her, talk to her for the 1st password.
    
          Then, get out of this room and head west into another room.  Again, you
    will see a scientist here, along with a rocket grunt on the far left side.
    He'll be by the bookcases.  Battle him for the second password.
    
          Go north now, and head east when you can to the next staircase.  When you
    arrive at the next part, follow the path to the left of you to the next stair.
    Ignore the next staircase you see and go around it, talk to the door that
    appears to be metallic and it will open.  Time to battle.
    
          Once you've won, head to the other metallic door near the the first two
    Rocket Grunts you encounter.  Talk to the door once again.  This time, though,
    two Rocket Executives will try and stop you.  You will fight the girl.  Beat
    her and continue on.  In this last room, you will have to dismantle or capture
    the Electrodes on the left of the room.  You can use Great Ball if you want to
    capture them, if not just beat them down with a ground type or a physical type.
    
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                                  Mahagony Town (Part 2)
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          It's time to do battle with the Gym Leader.  When you enter the Gym, you
    will find it's rather complicated, so I'm going to have to make a map to help
    you through this puzzle.
    
       A  B  C  D  E  F  G  H  I  J                 KEY
     1|SS|##|##|##|##|##|SS|##|##|##|               ---
     2|##|##|##|##|##|GL|##|##|##|##|             1)##: Either Ice or a Block
     3|##|##|TT|SS|##|SS|##|##|##|##|             2)TT: Trainer
     4|##|##|##|##|##|##|SS|##|##|##|             3)SS: Standable Space
     5|##|##|##|##|##|##|##|##|##|##|             4)GL: Gym Leader
     6|##|##|##|##|TT|##|##|##|##|##|
     7|##|##|##|##|SS|##|##|##|##|##|              Solution
     8|##|##|##|##|##|##|##|##|##|##|              --------
     9|##|##|##|##|##|TT|##|##|##|##|             1)F10
    10|##|##|SS|##|##|SS|##|##|##|##|             2)C10
    11|##|##|##|##|##|##|##|##|##|##|             3)C4
    12|##|##|##|##|##|##|##|##|##|##|             4)G4
    13|##|##|##|SS|##|##|SS|##|##|##|             5)G13
    14|##|                       |##|             6)D13
    15|##|      START AREA       |##|             7)D3
    16|TT|                       |TT|             8)F3
    
    
    
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                                    Gym Leader: Pryce
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    Pokemon:
    Seel
    Dewgong
    Piloswine
    
          Send out an Electric type to take out the first Pokemon he throws down,
    but chances are after you take out the Seel with an electric type he's gonna
    jump right to Piloswine.  If so, switch out to a Pokemon which is a decent
    Pokemon and take it out with brute force.  If you captured an Electrode by at
    the Team Rocket Saga, use its Self-Destruct ability to take out the Piloswine.
    A perfect strategy to take out Gym Leaders is to pack 3 Electrodes for that
    battle, and have each of them use Self-Destruct; then leave what's left of them
    for the last 3 Pokemon.  Dewgong can be taken out by an Electric type.
    
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                                Team Rocket Saga Part 3
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          As soon as you leave the Gym Leader, the Professor will give you a call.
    He'll tell you there are weird Team Rocket transmissions being sent out and
    wants you to check it out.  And there's only one place to find out odd
    transmissions, that's right, the Radio Tower back at Goldenrod city.
    
          The walkthrough here is pretty straight-forward; so I won't go into much
    detail.  All you have to do is go into the door that leads to the next room
    until you reach to the very top, while having many Pokemon battles along the
    way.
    
          When you do the reach the top, you will be confronted by the Boss of the
    tower -- or so it seems.  Soon after, he will take off his costume and reveal
    himself as the Team Rocket Boss you fought back in Part 2.  This battle will be
    kind of tough, but all you need is a Psychic type like Kadabra or Alakazam with
    Psychic.  Win this battle and you will be awarded with the Basement Key.
    
          Okay, with the Basement key in hand, it's time to conquer the second part
    of this.  Leave the Radio Tower and head north a bit past the train track.  At
    the first fork, take a left and head into the smaller house labelled
    "Underground Entrance."
    
          In here, battle the first trainer and then take a right when you can,
    follow the path here and it'll lead you to a door.  Talk to it, and it will
    open.  Walk down the stairs in the next room to advance.
    
          Walk forward in here and you will be confronted by your Rival.
    
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                                     Rival Battle
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    Pokemon:
    Golbat lvl 30
    Magnemite lvl 30
    Sneasel lvl 32
    Meganium lvl 32
    
          This battle will be pretty rough, but if you read the Mahagony town gym
    leader strategy, you can use the same thing you used there.  Chances are, his
    Pokemon will be higher level than yours, the one with Electrode and stuff.
    
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                               Underground Basement (Continued)
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          Please note that the next part of the game is pretty much impossible to
    explain words; it's a matter of guessing and testing.  So, just keep messing
    around with the levers until you are able to get down through the wall at the
    end of the hall.  Anyway, go down and and through the right.  You will be
    engaged by a Team Rocket Executive.  There's really no difference on this one,
    so just fight like you always do.  Once the battle is done walk through the
    door beside her.  Make your way to the top right of the room and look for the
    guy wearing the hat.  Talk to him and he will give you the Card Key; time to
    head back to the Radio Tower.
    
    
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                                       Radio Tower
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          Head up to the 3rd floor and to the right part of the room.  Use the Card
    Key and open the door.  Walk through here, and to the next room.  Keep going up
    until you reach the top floor.  Do battle against the two Executives here and
    you're done.  It's time to fly back to Mahogany town.
    
          Leave the town through the east and keep going that direction.  At the
    very end of the path, the Ice Path awaits you.
    
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                                       Ice Path
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          The first part of the Ice Path is rather straight forward.  After the
    first ice sheet you go through, head up the ramp and follow the path.  At the
    end of it, go down and to the newest ice sheet.  Now, since I can't raelly draw
    this to scale, I'm going to have to use words.  So here it is:
    
    1. Go up once
    2. Left once
    3. Up once
    4. Left once
    5. Down once
    6. Left once
    7. Up once
    8. Left once
    9. Down once
    10.Right once
    11.Down once
    12.Right once
    
          Okay, now you're going to tackle the small puzzle on the right waiting fo
    r you, get to the end and receive the HM07.  Now follow the path until you find
    the ladder.  Go down.  All right, the object of the game here is to get each of
    the boulders into their respective holes.  It's not really a complicated
    process, it just takes some thought.  Again, it would be too complicated to
    explain in words, so I'm just going to have leave you to solve the puzzle.
    Once it's done, fall through the holes and start moving around hitting the
    boulders until you can get to the central platform.  Now, navigate the rest of
    the Ice Path and you're done.
    
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                                     Blackthorn City
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          Head to the Gym as soon as you're ready.
    
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                                   Blackthorn City Gym
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          All right, beat the first guy you see and head up the stairs.  The object
    of the game here is to push all the boulders with the exception of the one on
    the top right into their holes, so do so.  Then, fall through the one nearest
    to the top right and continue on to Claire.
    
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                                 Gym Leader: Claire
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    Pokemon
    -------
    Dragonair: 37
    Dragonair: 37
    Dragonair: 37
    Kingdra: 40
    
          This battle is going to be tough if you don't have any Ice Pokemon at
    your disposal; I'm hoping that you do.  Use all the power that you have to
    bring down her first three Dragonairs with attacks like Psychic.  If you want,
    you can use the Explosion tactic, but you will be losing lots of experience, so
    be warned.
    
          After the battle, head to the Dragon's Den behind the Gym and through the
    cave.  Go down the ladder and come out the other side.  Teach one of your
    Pokemon Whirpool and use it when you're required to.
    
          Go into the shrine and talk to the old man in the middle.  Answer his
    questions and don't make yourself sound like a bad trainer.  If you don't
    understand what that means, think about Gary Oak in the show; or your rival;
    don't answer the questions like they would.
    
          Now boot up the HM07 and teach it to one of your Pokemon.  Fly back to
    New Bark Town and surf to the east, keep going in that direction and head into
    the first cave you see.
    
          Surf a little here and use the Waterfall HM at the... waterfall.  Now go
    east a bit and down the second one.  Then, out the cave and to the living
    daylights.
    
          Fight your way to the very north and then go into the building.  Once the
    man approves of your entry, continue on and to Victory Road.
    
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                                      Victory Road
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                First you have to head back to New Bark Town.  Once you're there,
    use surf in the water beside your house to reach Kanto.  Follow the path here,
    it's pretty straight forward, to a cave.  Go in and use waterfall in the close
    by... waterfall, and surf east a bit and go down to exit the cave.  Just follow
    the path for the rest of the way till you reach a house, go in and head north
    and you're in Victory Road.
    
          Victory road is another very straight forward cave, you just have to take
    the ladders on each level and make sure you don't take the one you came
    through.  You'll eventually reach a room where there are no accessible ladders,
    at this point you have to move north to find the exit, where you will now end
    up at Route 23.
    
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                                      Pokemon League
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    My Team
    -------
    Machamp
    - Hyper Beam
    - Submission
    - Focus Energy
    - Fire Blast
    Alakazam
    - Pyschic
    - Thunder Wave
    - Futuresight
    - Psybeam
    Gyrados
    - Thunder
    - Rain Dance
    - Blizzard
    - Hyper Beam
    Lapras
    - Blizzard
    - Ice Beam
    - Sing
    - Thunder
    Gyrados
    - Blizzard
    - Thunder
    - Hyper Beam
    - Icy Wind
    Arcanine
    - Fire Blast
    - Take Down
    - FlameThroweer
    - Agility
    
    
    
    
    
    Elite Four Will
    ---------------
    Exegutor
    Nazu
    Slowbro
    Nazu
    Jynx
    
          This battle can be a pain if you don't have any physical type Pokemon to
    really bring down his weak defense Pokemon (with the exception of Slowbro).
    Start off strong Machamp equipped with Hyper Beam.  Make sure you have a couple
    of Full Restores and Max Potions for the League.  Keep pounding away at him
    with physical attacks and you're going to come out on top.
    
    Elite Four Koga
    ---------------
    Ariados
    Forretress
    Muk
    Crobat
    Venomoth
    
          All you really need is a fire type and a psychic type for this battle, so
    keep it at that.  Start off with your fire type and rotate between the two.
    Repeat the process and Koga will be down and out with relative ease, assuming
    your Pokemon are at a good level.
    
    Elite Four Bruno
    ----------------
    Hitmontop
    Onix
    Machamp
    Hitmonlee
    Hitmonchan
    
          All you need for this battle is Alakazam, he can literally dismantle his
    whole force single-handely, if you want, switch out to Gyrados or Lapras when
    he sends out Onix (actually this is the reasonable thing to do).
    
    Elite Four Karen
    
    Champion Lance
    --------------
    Gyrados
    Areodactyl
    Dragonite
    Dragonite
    Charizard
    Dragonite
    
          The reason you have two Gyrados and 1 Lapras in this match is because of
    this guy right here.  Start with one Gyrados, and he's going to start with one
    as well.  You can take a risk here; you can either Thunder it right off the
    bat, or you can go Rain Dance and then Thunder, which would make your attack
    100% accurate.  His other two Pokemon are rather dismantable, but once he
    brings in the Dragonite, it's time to turn this into a 3Pokemon battle.  Look
    to Lapras, Gyrados and Gyrados to bring down his Dragonites with a barrage of
    Ice attacks.  Good luck.
    
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                                          Kanto
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          Ahh... yes, the good ol' days of RBY.  It's time to face it head on too,
    hope you're ready.
    
    
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                                      Olivine City
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          Use the S.S Ticket you got from Professor Elm and gave you and head to
    Olivine City.  Look for the docks in the soutern end of the city and show the
    guy your ticket.  Now as soon as you enter the ship you'll run into a guy
    wearing a hat telling you his grandaugthers missing.  Look for the staircase on
    the southern end of the ship and go in.  Talk to the sailor blocking your path
    a little further ahead and he'll tell you his buddy's slacking off.  You'll
    find him in the room second from the left end.  Do battle and win and he'll run
    back to his duties.
    
          Now go back to the guy who was blocking your way.  He won't be now.
    Follow the path to the other end of the room where the staircase is located.
    Go through and enter the room.  Talk to the girl with the old man and she'll
    run back to her grandpa.  Her Grandpa will not award you with a Metal Coat.
    
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                                Vermillion City & LT Surge
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          No need to waste time now, hurry and follow the path and taking a left
    when prompted to head into the town.  Look for the Gym and cut the bush that is
    blocking entry.  Go inside the Gym and LT Surge will be awaiting you at the
    very end.
    
    LT SuRgE
    --------
    Raichu
    Electrode
    Electrode
    Electabuzz
    MagneToN
    
    This will be a loft sided match if you have a ground pokemon or two on your
    team with Earthquake.  So I highly recommend you do that.  If not, you can try
    and use a fire type pokemon to exploit the steel type of them.  Either way, the
    easiet way to go is Ground and Earthquake.
    
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                                       Safron City
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          Enter the Gym with two signs.  Enter the first warp and either use the
    next warp tahts above you or below you, which ever fits.  Keep doing this and
    you'll eventually reach Sabrina, the Gym Leader.
    
    Sabrina
    -------
    Kadabra
    Mr. MiMe
    Alakazam
    
          She's coming at you with a barrage of Psychic Pokemon obviously, so
    you're going to hit her hard with powerful pokemon with strong physical
    attacks.  A good choice attack would be Return, if your Pokemon likes you, if
    not a good idea would be Frustration.
    
          After you've beaten Sabrina, leave the gym and look for the along the
    west, go through and you'll be at Celedon City.
    
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                                     Celedon City
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          Go down to the buildings on the southern end of the city.  Find the bush
    here and cut it and then follow the path to the Gym.
    
    Erika
    -----
    Like most Kanto Gym leaders, you'll be able to beat her with a hard attack
    opposing her type.  And she's going to be using Grass, so Fire/Ice will be the
    way to go.  Fire attack with Flame Thrower and you'll be a-ok for this battle.
    
    
    Back To Saffron
    ---------------
    Head back to Saffron and take the northern house to Cerulean City.
    
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                                      Cerulean City
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          Before we start doing battle with the leader of the Gym, Misty, we're
    going to have to take care of some business in the power plant.  So, head east
    and you'll enter the approiate path to the Power Plant.  Start surfing when you
    reach the water, and do so south to reach the Power Plant.
    
                                     Power Plant
                                     -----------
          If you talk to the guys here at the Power Plant, they'll say somebody has
    stolen the machinery.  Reach the manager near the generators and talk to him
    you'll find out he's not a happy camper.  Time to leave now, somebody will
    receive a call saying theres a suspicious guy in Cerulean city.  Time to head
    back there, either on the ground or in the air, your choice.
    
          Once back at the Cerulean City, go into the Gym and a member of Team
    Rocket will run into you, he'll leave after a short conversation.  Now it's
    time to head north and on to the bridge, where you'll find the Team Rocket guy.
    Battle him and you should be able to disposal of him rather easily.  He'll now
    tell you that he hid the machinery somewhere in the waters of Cerulean Gym.  So
    let's head back.
    
          The Machine Part is going to be hidden somewhere in the middle of the
    gym, where that square is -- see it?  Anyway, once you find it leave the Gym
    and head up the bridge in the northern parts of Cerulean.  You're going to bump
    into the Rocket guy again, and this time he's going to battle you.  He'll bring
    up a level 30 Golbat, so you should be able to dispose of him rather easily. 
    Now just keep going north and going east when you can.  Battle through all the
    Pokemon Trainers here, and you'll find a blondie at the end.  Talk to him to
    receive a Nugget -- which you can sell for cash -- and then do battle against
    him.  Keep going and you'll find Misty here, she'll give you a breif talking-to
    and then it's time to head down to Cerulean Gym and win the Cascade Badge.
    
    Misty
    -----
    Golduck 42
    Quagsire 43
    Lapras 44
    Starmie 47
    
          As you can see, she's running the Water theme.  Bulk your team up with
    some electric pokemon like Latern and you'll be just fine.  Her Starmie could
    be a pest sometimes though, because of Thuder Wave and Psychic, but you should
    be able to get through her with very less trouble.
    
          Once you've beaten Misty, it's time to return the Machine Part.  Make
    your way back to the Power Plant and give it back to the manager.  He'll award
    you with TM 07 -- Zap Cannon.  This attack will paralyze everytime it connects,
    which doesn't happen often.  It's a good idea to use this on your Magneton or
    Poliwrath seeing how they can learn Lock-On and Mind Reader.
    
          After this, head back to Lavender town.  You can reach there by going
    back to Saffron and heading east.  Work your way south down the fishing
    country, and you'll soon arrive to a maze.  Where two bird guys are at the
    front.  Navigate this maze and when you reach the end keep going south.  Once
    you can't go south anymore, head west and into Fuschia City.
    
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                                       Fuschia City
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          Let's get right down to business.  Make your way to the Gym.  Inside,
    you'll find that everybody looks the same! (uh oh).  Well, only one of them is
    the real the Gym Leader.  I had to battle everybody before I found her, but
    maybe that's just me.
    
          The Gym Leader's going to use a barrage of Poison Pokemon to try and stop
    you from obtaining the badge, but those can easily be taken care of with some
    Psychic Pokemon of your own.  Once you've beaten her, fly back to Vermillion
    city.  Locate the big Snorlax (which won't be that hard) and switch your radio
    to the Poke Flute channel.  This will awake the slumbering giant and it's time
    to do battle.
    
          IMO, Snorlax is a definite nod to add to your team.  It's among the best
    in HP and has a pretty good attack to go with it too.  So, do your best to try
    and win it on your side (an Ultra Ball will do well).
    
          Once you've beaten/caught it, head into Diglet's Cave and follow the path
    to end of the tunnel.
    
          Go south and into Pewter City.  Go into the Gym and it's time to do
    battle again.
    
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                           Pewter City, Cinnabar Island, Viridian City
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          The Gym Leader will throw some Rock pokemon at you.  So it's best to use
    your basic Water type.  A couple of Surfs should be able to win you the battle
    and the badge.
    
          Keep going east and you'll eventually reach Mt. Moon.  As soon as you
    enter, Rival will challenge you to a battle.  He's going to throw Magneton,
    Gengar, Sneasel, Alakazam, Golbat and the last evolution of his beginning
    choice, this might be a rough battle, so you should bring lots of items into it.
    
          With the final battle done with, head back to Pewter city and south to
    Viridian City.  Don't bother going to the Gym yet, but head south and into
    Pallet Town.
    
          Goto the water and surf all the way down to Cinnabar Island.  Continue to
    Surf east to hit a new set of Islands.  Go inside and do battle against the Gym
    Leader of Cinnabar.  He's going to throw his fire types at you, so a water type
    should do the trick.
    
          Now go back to Viridian city and head in the Gym.  It's time to do battle
    with none other than Gary Oak (or Blue).  He's going to start off with a Pigeot
    and eventually make his way down to Arcanine.  If you're going to win this
    battle, you're going to need to bring lots of items into it.  Use your best
    Pokemon and stay on the offensive side, and you should come up on top.
    
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                                          Silver Cave
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          Head back to Pallet Town and into Professor Oak's lab.  Talk to him and
    he's going to let you into Silver Cave.  Go back to Viridian City and take the
    west path to the before mentioned Silver Cave.
    
          Navigate the Cave until you've located Ash (or Red).  This is where
    you're going to let it all hang out.
    
    Ash Ketchum (Red)
    ----------------
    Espeon
    Charizard
    Blastoise
    Venasaur
    Snorlax
    Pikachu
    
          To win this battle, you're going to not only bring every single item
    you've got into it, but also some special techniques.  Some combos, if you
    will.  Let's start with the basic Rain Dance + Thunder combo: Rain Dance will
    make it so Thunder doesn't miss, so that's a plus.  Remember earlier in the FAQ
    I told you you should have a Dark, Water, Electric, Fire, Rock/Ground, and
    Psychic types?  Well, it's to make your life a lot easier to do battle with
    this fella.
    
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                                      Battle Tower
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         Yes, one of the most  annoying things in Crystal is of course the Battle
    Tower.  I'm going to guide you through the battle tower myself, with, of
    course
    the most detailed strategy in town.  The Battle Tower is located in Olivine
    city, and is a new addition to Pokemon Crystal.  The trainer(you) will have to
    go through 10 floors of hardcore-slaughter against other trainers, but with
    a twist...for each floor you can only have the allotted Pokemon level, what
    I'm trying to say is, on the first floor you can only have level 10 Pokemon,
    and on the second floor 20, third, 30, etc., so with the introduction taken
    care of, let's get on with the strategy.  You should also take not that the
    trainers' Pokemon will be randomly selected.
    
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                                     The First Floor
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    -RANDOMLY SELECTED POKEMON-
    The Pokmeon list and then the moves in brakkets.
    
    -STRATEGY-
        For the first floor, the defense of your Pokemon gotta be really, really
    good.  Your HP will be very low and that means your defense will be pretty
    weak.  Use all the Iron you can possibly afford to, or otherwise your Battle
    Tower dreams will burn down in vain.  Defense = Good, got it?  Thought so.
    
    Group one: Unown(Hidden Power)
    Tauros(Headbutt, Swagger, Tail Whip, Icy Wind)
    Mr. Mime(Toxic, Psych up, Fire Punch, Headbutt)
    
    Group two: Snorlax(Headbutt, Protect, Snore, Surf)
    Exeggutor(Toxic, Giga Drain, Thief, Confusion),
    Heracross(Reversal, Endure, Counter, Rock Smash)
    
    Group Three: Houndour(Faint attack, Solarbeam, Roar, Sunny Day),
    Girafarig(Psybeam, Mud-slap, Shadow Ball, Agility),
    Blissey(Headbutt, Solarbeam, Rollout, Strength)
    
    Group Four: Sneasel(Slash, Faint attack, Surf, Blizzard),
    Porygon2(Psychic,Blizzard, Hyper Beam, Tri Attack)
    Misdreavus(Perish Song, Mean Look, Pain Split, Shadowball)
    
    Group Five: Miltank(Blizzard, Earthquake, Hyper Beam, Toxic),
    Aerodactyl(Hyper Beam, Supersonic, Earthquake, Bite),
    Lapras(Blizzard, Surf, Thunderbolt, Psychic)
    
    Group Six: Wobbuffet(Counter, Mirror COat, Safeguard, Destiny Bond),
    Kangaskan(Reversal, Hyper Beam, Earthquake, Attract),
    Corsola(Surf, Psychic, Recover,
    Ancientpower)
    
    Group Seven: Jolteon(Thunderbolt, Hyper Beam, Shadow Ball, Roar),
    Espeon(Mud-slap, Psychic, Psych Up, Toxic),
    Umbreon(Shadow Ball, Iron Tail, Psych Up, Toxic)
    
    ...more floors coming soon.
    
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                            Part XI: Pokemon List
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    Welcome to the Pokemon List Section! There really isn't a description for
    this one.
    
    001 Bulbasaur
    #002 Ivysaur
    #003 Venusaur
    #004 Charmander
    #005 Charmeleon
    #006 Charizard
    #007 Squirtle
    #008 Wartortle
    #009 Blastoise
    #010 Caterpie
    #011 Metapod
    #012 Butterfree
    #013 Weedle
    #014 Kakuna
    #015 Beedrill
    #016 Pidgey
    #017 Pidgeotto
    #018 Pidgeot
    #019 Rattata
    #020 Raticate
    #021 Spearow
    #022 Fearow
    #023 Ekans
    #024 Arbok
    #025 Pikachu
    #026 Raichu
    #027 Sandshrew
    #028 Sandslash
    #029 Nidoran
    #030 Nidorina
    #031 Nidoqueen
    #032 Nidoran
    #033 Nidorino
    #034 Nidoking
    #035 Clefairy
    #036 Clefable
    #037 Vulpix
    #038 Ninetales
    #039 Jigglypuff
    #040 Wigglytuff
    #041 Zubat
    #042 Golbat
    #043 Oddish
    #044 Gloom
    #045 Vileplume
    #046 Paras
    #047 Parasect
    #048 Venonat
    #049 Venomoth
    #050 Diglett
    #051 Dugtrio
    #052 Meowth
    #053 Persian
    #054 Psyduck
    #055 Golduck
    #056 Mankey
    #057 Primeape
    #058 Growlithe
    #059 Arcanine
    #060 Poliwag
    #061 Poliwhirl
    #062 Poliwrath
    #063 Abra
    #064 Kadabra
    #065 Alakazam
    #066 Machop
    #067 Machoke
    #068 Machamp
    #069 Bellsprout
    #070 Weepinbell
    #071 Victreebel
    #072 Tentacool
    #073 Tentacruel
    #074 Geodude
    #075 Graveler
    #076 Golem
    #077 Ponyta
    #078 Rapidash
    #079 Slowpoke
    #080 Slowbro
    #081 Magnemite
    #082 Magneton
    #083 Farfetch'd
    #084 Doduo
    #085 Dodrio
    #086 Seel
    #087 Dewgong
    #088 Grimer
    #089 Muk
    #090 Shellder
    #091 Cloyster
    #092 Gastly
    #093 Haunter
    #094 Gengar
    #095 Onix
    #096 Drowzee
    #097 Hypno
    #098 Krabby
    #099 Kingler
    #100 Voltorb
    #101 Electrode
    #102 Exeggcute
    #103 Exeggutor
    #104 Cubone
    #105 Marowak
    #106 Hitmonlee
    #107 Hitmonchan
    #108 Lickitung
    #109 Koffing
    #110 Weezing
    #111 Rhyhorn
    #112 Rhydon
    #113 Chansey
    #114 Tangela
    #115 Kangaskhan
    #116 Horsea
    #117 Seadra
    #118 Goldeen
    #119 Seaking
    #120 Staryu
    #121 Starmie
    #122 Mr. Mime
    #123 Scyther
    #124 Jynx
    #125 Electabuzz
    #126 Magmar
    #127 Pinsir
    #128 Tauros
    #129 Magikarp
    #130 Gyarados
    #131 Lapras
    #132 Ditto
    #133 Eevee
    #134 Vaporeon
    #135 Jolteon
    #136 Flareon
    #137 Porygon
    #138 Omanyte
    #139 Omastar
    #140 Kabuto
    #141 Kabutops
    #142 Aerodactyl
    #143 Snorlax
    #144 Articuno
    #145 Zapdos
    #146 Moltres
    #147 Dratini
    #148 air
    #149 ite
    #150 Mewtwo
    #151 Mew
    #152 Chikorita
    #153 Bayleef
    #154 Meganium
    #155 Cyndaquil
    #156 Quilava
    #157 Typhlosion
    #158 Tododile
    #159 Croconaw
    #160 Feraligtr
    #161 Sentret
    #162 Furret
    #163 Hoothoot
    #164 Noctowl
    #165 Ledyba
    #166 Ledian
    #167 Spinarak
    #168 Ariados
    #169 Crobat
    #170 Chinchou
    #171 Lanturn
    #172 Pichu
    #173 Cleffa
    #174 Igglybuff
    #175 Togepi
    #176 Togetic
    #177 Natu
    #178 Xatu
    #179 Mareep
    #180 Flaafy
    #181 Ampharos
    #182 Bellossom
    #183 Marill
    #184 Azumarill
    #185 Sudowoodo
    #186 Politoed
    #187 Hoppip
    #188 Skiploom
    #189 Jumpluff
    #190 Aipom
    #191 Sunkern
    #192 Sunflora
    #193 Yanma
    #194 Wooper
    #195 Quagsire
    #196 Espeon
    #197 Umbreon
    #198 Murkrow
    #199 Slowking
    #200 Misdreavus
    #201 Unown
    #202 Wobbuffet
    #203 Girafarig
    #204 Pineco
    #205 Forretress
    #206 Dunsparce
    #207 Gligar
    #208 ix
    #209 Snubbull
    #210 Granbull
    #211 Qwilfish
    #212 Scizor
    #213 Shuckle
    #214 Heracross
    #215 Sneasel
    #216 Teddiursa
    #217 Ursaring
    #218 Slugma
    #219 Magcargo
    #220 Swinub
    #221 Piloswine
    #222 Corsola
    #223 Remoraid
    #224 Octillery
    #225 Delibird
    #226 Mantine
    #227 Skarmory
    #228 Houndour
    #229 Houndoom
    #230 Kingdra
    #231 Phanpy
    #232 Donphan
    #233 Porygon2
    #234 Stantler
    #235 Smeargle
    #236 Tyrogue
    #237 Hitmontop
    #238 Smoochum
    #239 Elekid
    #240 Magby
    #241 Miltank
    #242 Blissey
    #243 Raikou
    #244 Entei
    #245 Suicune
    #246 Larvitar
    #247 Pupitar
    #248 Tyranitar
    #249 Lugia
    #250 Hooh
    #251 Celebi
    
    
    
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                                 Part XIII: Credits
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    CJayC: For posting this FAQ on his website
    
    CJayC: And for his comprehensive how-to-write-a-FAQ guide that can be found
    here:
    http://www.gamefaqs.com/features/contribute/howtowrite.html
    
    Nintendo Power: For some of the information in this FAQ
    
    NickWhiz1: For the WHOLE Pokemon Daycare section.
    
    Dallas: For his help on the ASCII art, I finally mastered it!
    
    AstroBlue: Hey...he created the "how to make grey-scale art FAQ" which can
    be located here: http://www.dallasmac.com/faqwarp/grey_scale.txt
    
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                                      Contacting
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          This is a new section I decided to make, this clears up things for
    contacting.  A lot of people send me hate mail after I fail to reply to their
    so-called "important" letter.  The truth is, I determine whethere your letter
    is an important one or not.  I get a lot of email everyday, and I don't have
    the time (nor the patience) to answer each of the everylast 26 emails I get.
    However, questions mentioned in the FAQ will NOT be answered.  So, before
    sending in your email, make sure it's not mentioned in the FAQ, alright?
    With the disclaimer taken care of, here are the methods how you can contact
    me through.
    
    Email: vampiro_07@hotmail.com
    MSN Messenger: vampiro_07@hotmail.com
    Aol Instant Messenger(AIM): ChaosDemon007
    
    If you didn't read this section, make sure you do. :P
    
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