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    Pokemon Crystal
    Nintendo GameBoy Color and GameBoy Advance
    An FAQ/Walkthrough by CVXFREAK and Gold Ursaring
    Version 6.0 (January 4, 2003)
    E-mail: FireEmblemPride@hotmail.com (CVXFREAK)
            faqmike@yahoo.com (Gold Ursaring)
    ************************************************************************
    
    Welcome! This Guide is for Pokemon Crystal version, portions are 
    different from its sister games of Gold and Silver.  For information on 
    those please check out the appropriate guides.
    
    BEST IF VIEWED IN COURIER NEW 10 POINT FONT ON A WORD PROCESSOR, with a
    margin of 1.5 inches on the right side.
    
    ========================================================================
    TABLE OF CONTENTS
    ========================================================================
    
    1.     INTRODUCTION
    2.     UPDATES
    3.     STORY
    4.     BOY OR GIRL?
    5.     CHOOSING THE TIME
    6.     WALKTHROUGH
    -------6.1    JOHTO
    -------6.2    KANTO
    -------6.3    OPTIONAL AREAS
    -------6.4    QUICK AND EASY JOHTO
    -------6.5    QUICK AND EASY KANTO
    -------6.6    QUICK AND EASY OPTIONAL AREAS
    7.     POKEDEX
    -------7.1    EXPERIENCE POINT GROWTH CHART
    8.     MOVES
    -------8.1    TMS
    -------8.2    HMS
    9.     BREEDING
    10.    SHINING POKEMON
    11.    BATTLE TOWER
    12.    TRADES
    13.    MYSTERY GIFT
    14.    ITEMS
    15.    SPECIAL MOVES
    -------15.1   ONE TIME ONLY MOVES
    -------15.2   POKEMON STADIUM
    -------15.3   POKEMON CENTER NEW YORK
    16.    SPECIAL POKEMON
    -------16.1   SUDOWOODO
    -------16.2   SHINING GYARADOS
    -------16.3   SUICUNE
    -------16.4   RAIKOU AND ENTEI
    -------16.5   HO-OH
    -------16.6   SNORLAX
    -------16.7   LUGIA
    -------16.8   LAPRAS
    -------16.9   MEW
    -------16.10  CELEBI
    17.    TEAM CREATION
    -------17.1   MOVESETS FOR YOUR TEAM
    18.    THE LITTLE THINGS
    -------18.1   TRAINING LOCATIONS
    -------18.2   PHONE NUMBERS
    -------18.3   TIPS AND TRICKS
    19.    CHANGES FROM GOLD/SILVER
    20.    COMPATIBLE PRODUCTS
    -------20.1   RED AND BLUE
    -------20.2   YELLOW
    -------20.3   GOLD AND SILVER
    -------20.4   POCKET PIKACHU 2 GS
    -------20.5   POKEMON MINI
    21.    CONCLUSION/CREDITS/CONTACT
    
    ========================================================================
    1. CVXFREAK's INTRODUCTION
    ========================================================================
    
    Ever since Pokemon Red and Blue hit in 1998, I've been playing the 
    series occasionally. In 1999, Pokemon Yellow hit. I played that, too. 
    But I wasn't really INTO the series all that much. I'm more into Silent 
    Hill, Resident Evil and Final Fantasy. But I still like playing the 
    Pokemon games. They're fun on my new GameBoy Advance. 
    
    Pokemon Red, Yellow and Blue takes place 3 years before Crystal, Gold 
    and Silver's times. Red, Yellow and Blue focus on Ash Ketchum and Gary 
    Oak as they compete to complete their Pokemon journey.
    
    3 years later, Chris and Kris try to compete for the Pokemon Kanto-
    Johto Championships. They need to raise Pokemon in order to win the 
    championship, much Gary and Ash before them. Will they win? That's 
    pretty much up to you.
    
    This guide will cover almost all the aspects of Pokemon Crystal. This 
    is my first for Pokemon, so be fair! Good luck!
    
    ========================================================================
    2. UPDATES
    ========================================================================
    
    ===============
    January 5, 2003
    ===============
    
    
    Version 6.0
    UPDATES: Pokedex Learned Moves completed.  Section the Little Things
    debuts.
    
    =================
    December 14, 2002
    =================
    
    Version 5.6
    UPDATES: Celebi/Mew Section looks a lot better.
    Movesets revised to ones I actually like.
    133 pgs. *184 KB*
    
    =================
    November 24, 2002
    =================
    
    Version 5.5
    Changed back my e-mail address.
    Changed contributor name to match my message board account.
    Fixes are mainly cosmetic and related to the moveset section.
    Hope to finish FAQ by New Year.
    
    ================
    November 1, 2002
    ================
    
    Version 5.0
    Added Experience Growth chart, revised copyrights.  Nothing very major.
    
    ==================
    September 1, 2002
    ==================
    Version 4.0
    UPDATE: Cleared some confusion
    
    ==================
    July, 18, 2002
    ==================
    Version 3.0
    UPDATE: Johto and Optional areas walkthrough are semi-complete.  All gym
    leader and elite four member teams complete, many with movesets.
    
    ==================
    July, 14, 2002
    ================== 
    Version 2.0
    UPDATE: Major revisions, section order and almost every area has been 
    updated. SECTIONS 1-5 ONLY ONES NOT UPDATED, POKEDEX IS NOT YET 
    COMPLETED AND THE WALKTHROUGH WILL BE CHANGED.
    
    ==================
    September 29, 2001
    ==================
    UPDATE: Cleaned a few sections up. Added my Review.
    
    ==============
    August 4, 2001
    ==============
    UPDATE: Started FAQ. Will finish within 3 days.
    
    ========================================================================
    3. STORY
    ========================================================================
    
    NOTE: This is from the instruction booklet.
    
    In this world live creatures called Pokemon. Humans and Pokemon have 
    lived, worked and played together in harmony for ages. Nevertheless, 
    there are still numerous mysteries surrounding them. In order to find 
    out more about these strange and marvelous creatures, many scientists- 
    such as Professor Elm of New Bark Town- have dedicated their lives to 
    Pokemon research.
    
    One day, Professor Elm invites you to the lab. When you arrive, he 
    says, "There are many things I don't quite understand quite yet, so I'd 
    like you to raise one of these Pokemon which I recently caught." Since 
    you're a curious person, you agree to help. Suddenly, Professor Elm 
    receives an e-mail from his friend, Mr. Pokemon, asking him to come and 
    his latest discovery. Professor Elm is far too busy to leave his lab, 
    though. So after you choose your Pokemon, he asks you to go see what 
    Mr. Pokemon has discovered.
    
    Just then, you notice that someone is lurking in the shadows outside, 
    watching through the window. It appears to be a boy about your age, so 
    you decide to go outside and talk to him. But when you approach the 
    boy, he pushes you backward, saying, "What are you looking at?"
    
    Who is this strange boy, and what has Mr. Pokemon discovered? 
    
    You can set the game's built-in clock to match the time in the real 
    world. For example, if you play the game at night, it will also be 
    night in the game, and you may be able to find some Pokemon that only 
    come out at that time. There are also things in the game, such as 
    "Tuesday Events"- you can participate in the event only if you play on 
    the specified day. 
    
    If you are playing Pokemon Crystal in the United States, Daylight 
    Savings Time (DST) may be in effect. For most of the US, DST begins at 
    2:00 a.m. on the first Sunday of April and lasts until 2:00 a.m. on the 
    last Sunday in October. There are some areas in the United States that 
    do not observe DST. Please check your local regulations when entering 
    time in Pokemon Crystal. 
    
    When DST changes in real life, you should go to your house and talk to 
    your Mom in the game to go change the clock setting.
    
    ========================================================================
    4. BOY OR GIRL
    ========================================================================
    
    So are you are girl or boy? It doesn't matter. If you choose either 
    character the events are basically the same. I chose the girl, though 
    I'm a boy, because I already chose the boy in Gold and Silver. 
    
    Girl: I named her Jill, after Resident Evil and Resident Evil 3: Last 
    Escape's Jill Valentine. She is basically the same as the boy, but in a 
    different gender.
    
    Boy: I leave him as Chris, named after Chris Redfield from Resident 
    Evil and Resident Evil CODE: Veronica X. Once again, he's basically the 
    as the girl. There's no difference.
    
    Rival: I named him Wesker after Wesker from RE. He's evil like Wesker, 
    so I see the connection:)
    
    The Pokegear will be in Gold and Silver style if you choose to be the 
    boy.
    
    Some slight appearance changes will occur depending on the gender that 
    you choose.
    
    It will have a baby blue color to it with a different appearance for 
    girls.
    
    When you use surf your character morphs into a Lapras Sprite.  Lapras 
    Sprites are Red for the boy but Blue for the girl.
    
    ========================================================================
    5. CHOOSING THE TIME
    ========================================================================
    
    Well, try to pick the EXACT time in real life because the time changes 
    Pokemon availability. Some Pokemon are nocturnal, so only come at 
    night. 
    
    If it's 10:00 a.m. in real life, try choosing that time. You don't have 
    to, but it helps so you don't get confused.
    
    Try choosing the correct day, too. The Day Siblings come on certain 
    days, so you want the actual day to remember when to go. 
    
    If it is Daylight Savings Time, talk to the character's Mom to change 
    the time. Some places, like Indiana, don't observe Daylight Savings 
    Time, so you should simply ignore it completely.
    
    ========================================================================
    6. WALKTHROUGH
    ========================================================================
    
    The Walkthrough is in 2 sections.  One is the main section which goes
    in-depth
    and offers movesets and store lists, the other is the older section
    which was
    written by CVXFreak, that is written as the Quick and Easy section
    because it
    contains mostly only the mandatory areas.
    
    ========================================================================
    6.1 JOHTO
    ========================================================================
    
    >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
    New Bark Town >
    >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
    
    You begin in your room when you wake up and find out the time, when you
    walk
    down your mother programs the day and gives you your Pokegear.
    
    The only place of interest is Elm's lab
    
    Inside of Elm's lab Professor Elm wants you to get something for him, it
    is a
    starter!  You have a choice...
    
    
    ----STARTERS CHOICE-----------------------------------------------------
    
    You can choose either Cyndaquil, Chikorita or Totodile.  Listed is also
    strategies against select Gym Leaders to reduce there difficulty.
    
    CYNDAQUIL
    If you desire to speed through the game a Cyndaquil is your best bet. 
    Cyndaquil offers advantages in the Johto region against many Gym 
    leaders.
    
    Bugsy: Use your most advanced fire attack to burn her away.
    
    Jasmine: Use fire attacks for the Magnemites
    
    Pryce: Use Fire attacks to get STAB and neutral damage (all Pokemon have 
    a type that cancels out fires effectiveness).
    
    CHIKORITA
    If you desire a slow pace and a good challenge Chikorita is your 
    Pokemon.
    
    Chuck: Your best bet is to use Chikorita against Poliwrath.
    
    TOTODILE
    Totodile offers a well rounded experience against the opponents.  He has 
    the best TM variety and is not weak to any Gym Leader.
    
    Falkner: If you can have a friend give him an Ice attack early on:)
    
    Morty: Teach him Bite and there will be no problems whatsoever.
    
    Jasmine: He can handle Steelix
    
    Early alternatives to Pokemon
    
    Cyndaquil-Magby from Odd egg or Growlithe from route 36
    
    Chikorita-Belsprout from route 31
    
    Totodile--Poliwag from route 31 (rare at night)
    
    ------------------------------------------------------------------------
    
    You should leave now to go meet Mr. Pokemon.
    
    The four houses starting clockwise from your house are
    
    Your House, where you start the game, through a bunch of prizes from
    Mystery Gift/Pokemon Stadium/Mother spending your money
    
    +++Wild Pokemon
    
    Old-Magikarp, Tentacool
    Good-Chinchou, Magikarp, Shellder, Tentacool
    Super-Chinchou, Lanturn, Shellder, Tentacruel
    
    ***Route 29***
    
    No trainer battles here
    
    There is access to Route 46 (explained later where Phanpy are)
    
    Tuscany of Tuesday is here to give you Pink Bow on Tuesday
    
    Wild
    
    Morning and Day-Hoppip, Sentret, Pidgey, Rattata
    Night-Hoothoot. Rattata
    
    ***Cherrygrove City***
    
    Talk to the old man and accept his tour (afterward you get a map card
    for
    completing his tour which allows you to view the map)
    
    There is a man in the water who has a Mystic Water which he will givbe
    you
    when you can use it
    
    The Shop sells (see item list for price)
    Potion
    Antidote
    Paralyz Heal
    Awakening
    Pokeball
    
    The shop doesn't sell things until you receive Pokeballs from Elm's
    assistant
    
    Surf-Tentacool, Tentacruel
    
    Old-Krabby, Magikarp
    Good-Corsola/Staryu, Krabby
    Super-Corsola/Staryu, Kingler, Krabby
    
    At night Staryu appear, while Corsola at all other times.
    
    ***Route 30***
    
    You can receive a berry from the man in the hut here
    
    Wild
    
    Morning-Caterpie, Hoppip, Ledyba, Pidgey, Weedle
    Day-Caterpie, Hoppip, Pidgey, Weedle
    Night-Hoothoot, Poliwag, Spinarak, Zaubat
    
    Water-Poliwag, Poliwhirl
    
    All rods-Magikarp, Poliwag
    
    ***Route 31***
    
    You can Dark Cave from here but its all dark
    
    Mr. Pokemon's house is here, he will give you the Mystery Egg,
    Proffessor Oak
    gives you a Pokedex.
    
    You receive a phone call from Elm, a robber has just invaded his house. 
    When
    you arrive in cherrygrove you can fight your rival with his Starter (the
    one
    stronga against yours) at level 5.  Elm will take the Egg after you name
    your
    rival to the cop.  Afterward you can also catch pokemon.
    
    Wild
    
    Morning/Day-Caterpie,Bellsprout, Hoppip, Ledyba (only in morning),
    Pidgey and
    Weedle
    Night-Bellsprout, Gastly, Hoothoot, Poliwag, Spinarak, Zunat
    
    Water-Poliwag, Poliwhirl
    
    All rods-Magikarp, Poliwag
    
    ***Violet City***
    
    This is where the first gym leaders is.
    
    Store Sells
    Pokeball
    Potion
    Escape Rope
    Antidote
    Parlyz Heal
    Awakening
    X Defend
    X Attack
    X Speed
    Flower Mail
    
    You can trade a Bellsprout for an Onix.
    
    All Rods-Magikarp, Poliwag
    Surf-Poliwag, Poliwhirl
    
    Sprout Tower is to the north and recommended for you to get Surf
    
    ***Sprout Tower***
    
    Be ready for lots of Bellsprout here, it is a very linear area and needs
    little explanation.
    
    At the top is the sage, and your rival, your rival won't battle you.
    
    Wild-Rattata, Gastly (nights only)
    
    ***Falkner***
    
    Falkner is the Leader of the Violet city gym, he has 2 apprentices.
    
    Falkner
    
    Pidgey lv.7
    -Tackle
    -Mud-Slap
    
    Pidgeotto lv.9
    -Tackle
    -Mud-Slap
    -Gust
    
    Falkner gives the Zephyr Badge and TM 31 (Mud-slap)
    
    ***Route 32***
    
    A person here gives you the Miracle Seed to raise Grass type damage
    The man behind the bush gives you Roar (useful in some situations later
    in the
    game)
    
    There are lots of Trainers here all ready to battle
    
    Wild
    
    Morning/Day-Bellsprout, Ekans, Hoppip, Pidgey, Rattata
    Night-Bellsprout, Gastly, Hoothoot
    
    Surf-Tentacool, Tentacruel, Quagsire
    
    Old-Magikarp, Tentacool (Qwilfish, in-season)
    Good-Magikarp, Tentacool (Qwilfish, in-season)
    Super-Magikarp, Tantacool, Qwilfish
    
    ***Union Cave***
    COMING SOON
    
    ***BUGSY***
    
    Metapod lv.14
    Tackle
    String Shot
    Harden
    
    Kakuna lv.14
    Posion Sting
    String Shot
    Harden
    
    Scyther lv. 16
    Quick Attack
    Leer
    Fury Cutter
    
    ***WHITNEY***
    
    Clefairy lv.18
    Doubleslap
    Mimic
    Encore
    Metrenome
    
    Miltank lv.20
    Rollout
    Attract
    Stomp
    Milk Drink
    
    ***MORTY***
    
    Gastly lv.21
    Lick
    Spite
    Mean Look
    Curse
    
    Haunter lv.21
    Hypnosis
    Mimic
    Curse
    Night Shade
    
    Gengar lv.25
    Hypnosis
    Shadowball
    Mean Look
    Dream Eater
    
    Haunter lv.23
    Spite
    Mean Look
    Mimic
    Night Shade
    
    ***CHUCK***
    
    Primeape lv.27
    Leer
    Rage
    Karate Chop
    Fury Swipes
    
    Poliwrath lv.30
    Hypnosis
    Mind Reader
    Surf
    Dynamic Punch
    
    ***JASMINE***
    
    Magnemite lv.30
    Thunderbolt
    Supersonic
    Sonic Boom
    Thunder Wave
    
    Magnemite lv.30
    Thunderbolt
    Supersonic
    Sonic Boom
    Thunder Wave
    
    Steelix lv.35
    Screech
    Sunny Day (Yes it has Sunny Day!)
    Rock Throw
    Iron Tail
    
    ***PRYCE***
    
    Seel lv.27
    Headbutt
    Icy Wind
    Aurora Beam
    Rest
    
    Dewgong lv.29
    Headbutt
    Icy Wind
    Aurora Beam
    Rest
    
    Piloswine lv.31
    Icy Wind
    Fury Attack
    Mist
    Blizzard
    
    ***CLARE***
    
    Dragonair lv.37
    Thunder Wave
    Surf
    Slam
    Dragonbreath
    
    Dragonair lv.37
    Thunder Wave
    Thunderbolt
    Slam
    Dragonbreath
    
    Dragonair lv.37
    Thunder Wave
    Ice Beam
    Slam
    Dragonbreath
    
    Kingdra lv.40
    Smokescreen
    Surf
    Hyper Beam
    Dragonbreath
    
    ========================================================================
    6.2 KANTO
    ========================================================================
    
    ***WILL***
    
    Xatu lv.40
    Quick Attack
    Future Sight
    Confuse Ray
    Psychic
    
    Jynx lv.41
    Double-Slap
    Lovely kiss
    Ice Punch
    Psychic
    
    Exeggutor lv.41
    Reflect
    Leech Seed
    Egg Bomb
    Psychic
    
    Slowbro lv.41
    Curse
    Amnesia
    Body Slam
    Psychic
    
    Xatu lv.42
    Quick Attack
    Future Sight
    Confuse Ray
    Psychic
    
    ***KOGA***
    
    Ariados lv.40
    Double Team
    Spider Web
    Baton Pass
    Giga Drain
    
    Venomoth lv.41
    Supersonic
    Gust
    Psychic
    Toxic
    
    Forretress lv.41
    Protect
    Swift
    Explosion
    Spikes
    
    Muk lv.42
    Minimize
    Acid Armor
    Sludgebomb
    Toxic
    
    Crobat lv.44
    Double Team
    Quick Attack
    Wing Attack
    Toxic
    
    ***BRUNO***
    
    Hitmontop lv.42
    Pursuit
    Quick Attack
    Dig
    Foresight
    
    Hitmonlee lv.42
    Swagger
    Double Kick
    Hi Jump Kick
    Mach punch
    
    Hitmonchan lv.42
    Thudnerpunch
    Ice Punch
    Fire Punch
    Mach Punch
    
    Onix lv.43
    Bind
    Earthquake
    
    Sandstorm
    Rock Slide
    
    Machamp lv.46
    Rock Slide
    Foresight
    Vital Throw
    Cross Chop
    
    ***KAREN***
    
    Umbreon lv.42
    Sand-Attack
    Confuse Ray
    Faint Attack
    Mean Look
    
    Vileplume lv.42
    Stun Spore
    Acid
    Moonlight
    Petal Dance
    
    Gengar lv.45
    Lick
    Spite
    Curse
    Destiny Bond
    
    Murkrow lv.44
    Quick Attack
    Whirlwind
    Pursuit
    Faint Attack
    
    Houndoom lv.47
    Roar
    Pursuit
    Flamethrower
    Crunch
    
    ***LANCE***
    
    Gyarados lv.44
    Flail
    Rain Dance
    Surf
    Hyper Beam
    
    Dragonite lv.47
    Quick Attack
    Twister
    Thunder
    Hyper Beam
    
    Dragonite lv.47
    Quick Attack
    Twister
    Blizzard
    Hyper Beam
    
    Aerodactyl lv.46
    Wing Attack
    Ancient Power
    Rock Slide (THE INFAMOUS GAMESHARKED POKEMON)
    Hyper Beam
    
    Charizard lv.46
    Flamethrower
    Wing Attack
    Slash
    Hyper Beam
    
    Dragonite lv.50
    Fireblast
    Safegaurd
    Outrage
    Hyper Beam
    
    ***LT.SURGE***
    
    Raichu lv.44
    Electrode lv.40
    Magneton lv.40
    Electrode lv.40
    Electabuzz lv.46
    
    ***Sabrina***
    
    Espeon lv.46
    Mr. Mime lv.46
    Alakazam lv.48
    
    ***Misty***
    
    Golduck lv.42
    Quagsire lv.42
    Lapras lv.44
    Starmie lv.47
    
    ***Erika***
    
    Tangela lv.42
    Jumpluff lv.41
    Victreebel lv.46
    Bellossom lv.46
    
    ***Janine***
    
    Crobat lv.36
    Weezing lv.36
    Weezing lv.36
    Ariados lv.33
    Venonat lv.39
    
    ***Brock***
    
    Graveler lv.41
    Rhyhorn lv.41
    Omastar lv.42
    Onix lv.44
    Kabutops lv.42
    
    
    ***Blaine***
    
    Magcargo lv.45
    Magmar lv.45
    Rapidash lv.50
    
    ***Blue***
    Pidgeot lv.56
    Alakazam lv.54
    Rhydon lv.56
    Gyarados lv.58
    Exeggutor lv.58
    Arcanine lv.58
    
    ========================================================================
    6.3 OPTIONAL AREAS
    ========================================================================
    
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    RRRRRRRRRRRR------RRRRRRRRRRRRRR
    RRRRRRRRRRRR------RRRRRRRRRRRRRR
    XXXXXXXXXXXXXX::XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
    
    ***Ruins of Alph(abet)and More of Union Cave***
    
    There are four puzzles to complete.  To get to them the lower levels of
    Union
    Cave must reached.  One puzzle has a grass area with wild Natu and
    Smeargle. 
    Smeargle are active in daylight but beneficial for some breeding moves.
    
    ---Puzzle 1
    Kabuto picture
    
    Quiz-Escape
    Solution-Use an escape rope and come back
    
    ---Puzzle 2
    Aerodactyl picture
    
    Quiz-Light
    Solution-Use Flash in the area
    
    ---Puzzle 3
    Omanyte picture
    
    Quiz-Water
    Solution-Go to use on Mystic Water
    
    ---Puzzle 4
    Ho-oh picture
    
    Quiz-Ho-oh
    Solution-Place Ho-oh in the lead of your party
    
    Union Cave
    
    The area with a ladder leads to the Ruins of Alp
    
    If you surf on the pool of water to lower left you find an entrance to a
    new
    area.  You can navigate to Lapras (who apears every Friday) But there
    are some
    trainers waiting to battle you. Some good items too.
    
    In Lapras's area there are new wild Pokemon
    
    All times-Geodude, Golbat, Onix, Quagsire(nights only), Raticate, Zubat
    
    Surf-Tentacool, Tentacruel, Quagsire
    
    Old-Krabby and Magikarp
    Good-Corsola(light), Staryu (nights), Krabby and Magikarp
    Super-Corsola (light, Staryu (nights), Krabby, Kingler
    
    ***National Park***
    
    You can skip this place but there are some good stuff.
    
    Trainers are here waiting to battle
    
    Normal Wild
    
    Morning-Caterpie, Ledyba, Nidoran (Both), Pidgey, Weedle
    Day-Caterpir, Nidoran (Both), Pidgey, Weedle, Sunkern
    Nights-Hoothoot, Psyduck, Spinarak, Venonat
    
    ***Bug Catching Contest***
    
    Tuesday,Thursday and Saturdays only
    
    Try to catch the best bug you can
    
    1st Prize: Sun Stone
    2nd: Everstone
    3rd: Gold Berry
    Consolation: Berry
    
    Beedrill
    Butterfree
    Caterpie
    Kakuna
    Metapod
    Paras
    Pinsir
    Scyther
    Venonat
    Weedle
    
    To win catching a level 14 Scyther is best, Pinsir next.  You can still
    lose
    since you may deal damage to it and there best without damage.
    
    ***Trainer House***
    
    Located in Viridian City (Kanto) this is where the "best" gather.
    
    The "best" consists of whoever you Mystery Gifted against last otherwise
    you
    fight Cal the default trainer.
    
    Cal
    
    Meganium
    --Light Screen
    --Poison Powder
    --Body Slam
    --Synthesis
    
    Feraligatr
    --Bite
    --Screech
    --Slash
    --Scary Face
    
    Typhlosion
    --Ember
    --Flame Wheel
    --Quick Attack
    --Swift
    
    If you use Pokemon Stadium 2 you can battle Carrie's Team with these 
    Pokemon all are level 50.
    
    Carrie (team a)
    
    Typhlosion
    --Smokescreen
    --Flame Wheel
    --Leer
    --Swift
    
    Kingler
    --Vicegrip
    --Guillotine
    --Harden
    --Crabhammer
    
    Electrode
    --Thunder
    --Rollout
    --Light Screen 
    --Swift
    
    Scizor
    --Agility
    --Metal Claw
    --Slash
    --Focus Energy
    
    Ledian
    --Ice Punch
    --Safeguard
    --Swift
    --Dig
    
    Porygon2
    --Sharpen
    --Tri Attack
    --Conversion2
    --Psybeam
    
    Carrie (team b)
    
    Meganium
    --Body Slam
    --Reflect
    --Razor Leaf
    --Poisonpowder
    
    Xatu
    --Night Shade
    --Confuse Ray
    --Fly
    --Future Sight
    
    Stantler
    --Hypnosis
    --Take Down
    --Sand-Attack
    --Dream eater
    
    Marowak
    --Growl
    --Bonemerang
    --Thrash
    --focus energy
    
    Scyther
    --Double Team
    --Wing Attack
    --Slash
    --Pursuit
    
    Politoed
    --Hydro Pump
    --Hypnosis
    --Doubleslap
    --Perish Song
    
    Carrie (team c)
    
    Feraligatr
    --Screech
    --Slash
    --Bite
    --Water Gun
    
    Gligar
    --Sand-Attack
    --Slash
    --Faint Attack
    --Guillotine
    
    Crobat
    --Confuse Ray
    --Screech
    --Wing Attack
    --Bite
    
    Tangela
    --Stun Spore
    --Slam
    --Growth
    --Mega Drain
    
    Nidoqueen
    --Double Kick
    --Body Slam
    --Tail Whip
    --Bite
    
    Heracross
    --Horn Attack
    --Counter
    --Endure
    --Reversal
    
    For a well done team neither of those 2 should be any difficulty
    
    ***Rival***
    
    Your rival after Mt. Moon will be in one of 2 areas.
    
    1) Tuesday and Thursday he can be found thinking of what to do in the
    Dragon's
    Den.
    
    2) Monday and Wednesday he will wish to fight you inside of Indigo
    Plateu
    before the Elite Four.  This is his team
    
    Sneasel lv.45
    --Quick Attack
    --Screech
    --Faint Attack
    --Fury Cutter
    
    Alakazam lv.46
    --Recover
    --Future Sight
    --Psychic
    --Reflect
    
    Gengar lv.46
    --Mean Look
    --Curse
    --Shadow Ball
    --Confuse Ray
    
    Magneton lv.45
    --Thunder
    --Sonic Boom
    --Thunder Wave
    --Swift
    
    Crobat lv.48
    --Toxic
    --Bite
    --Confuse Ray
    --Wing Attack
    
    Starter (I don't have Typhlosion and Feraligatr movesets yet)
    
    Meganium lv.50
    --Giga Drain
    --Body Slam
    --Light Screen
    --Safegaurd
    
    ========================================================================
    6.4 QUICK AND EASY JOTHO
    ========================================================================
    
    Here is the quick and easy walkthrough for the Johto Region. For the
    Kanto
    Region, look in the next section. Each city has a paragraph or 2 and if
    the 
    city has a gym, they'll have a special gym paragraph. This is a step by 
    step walkthrough. So if you have to backtrack to certain cities, there 
    will be a new paragraph after the previous task. Good luck!
    
    ***There may be some major errors***
    
    ***NEW BARK TOWN***
    1.   After choosing your character and setting up the time, head 
    Professor Elm's Lab outside, in the largest building in town. 
    
    2.   Inside, talk to him and choose your Pokemon.
    
    CHOICE!!!
    You can choose either Cyndaquil, Chikorita or Totodile.  Listed is also
    strategies against select Gym Leaders to reduce there difficulty.
    
    CYNDAQUIL
    If you desire to speed through the game a Cyndaquil is your best bet. 
    Cyndaquil offers advantages in the Johto region against many Gym 
    leaders.
    
    Bugsy: Use your most advanced fire attack to burn her away.
    
    Jasmine: Use fire attacks for the Magnemites
    
    Pryce: Use Fire attacks to get STAB and neutral damage (all Pokemon have 
    a type that cancels out fires effectiveness.
    
    CHIKORITA
    If you desire a slow pace and a good challenge Chikorita is your 
    Pokemon.
    
    Chuck: Your best bet is to use Chikorita against Poliwrath.
    
    TOTODILE
    Totodile offers a well rounded experience against the opponents.  He has 
    the best TM variety and is not weak to any Gym Leader.
    
    Falkner: If you can have a friend give him an Ice attack early on:)
    
    Morty: Teach him Bite and there will be no problems whatsoever.
    
    Jasmine: He can handle Steelix
    
    Early alternatives to Pokemon
    
    Cyndaquil-Magby from Odd egg or Growlithe from route 36
    
    Chikorita-Belsprout from route 31
    
    Totodile--Poliwag from route 31 (rare at night)
    
    END CHOICE!!!
    
    3.   After choosing your Pokemon, Elm tells you to go see Mr. Pokemon, 
    who lives just north of the next town. Time to go!
    
    4.   Get a Potion from Elm's Assistant.
    
    5.   Outside, exit the town through the west.
    
    A.   If you wish to talk to your rival to be he is outside of the lab 
    and will give you a punch after you talk to him.
    
    ***ROUTE 29***
    1.   Keep heading west, through the ledges. You'll fight some Hoothoot 
    and Rattata, but any of the starters can handle them. 
    
    2.   You'll see a building halfway, which leads to Route 46 and Route 
    45,  which connect New Bark Town and Cherrygrove City to Blackthorn 
    City, home of the 8th Johto Gym. Unfortunately, you can't get very far, 
    so keep traveling west on Route 29.
    
    3.   You'll eventually reach Cherrygrove City.
    
    ***CHERRYGROVE CITY***
    1.   Talk to the guy near the entrance to get a map. 
    
    2.   Rest your Pokemon at the Pokemon Center. 
    
    3.   Go to the Mart and buy some Potion and Antidote.
    
    4.   Exit the town north, on Route 30.
    
    ***ROUTE 30***
    1.   Go north, and take the branch that goes right. 
    
    2.   Raise your Pokemon to Level 7.
    
    3.   Go to Mr. Pokemon's House.
    
    4.   Inside, talk to him and get his Pokemon Egg.
    
    5.   Get the Pokedex from Professor Oak.
    
    6.   After resting, exit. 
    
    7.   When you exit, Elm will call you.
    
    8.   Go south back to Cherrygrove.
    
    ***CHERRYGROVE CITY***
    1.   Rest your Pokemon at the Pokemon Center.
    
    2.   Attempt to exit onto Route 29.
    
    3.   You'll have to battle your Rival.
    
    ***RIVAL 1***
    ???
    POKEMON: CYNDAQUIL (YOU CHOSE CHIKORITA) LEVEL 5 
             TOTODILE (YOU CHOSE CYNDAQUIL) LEVEL 5
             CHIKORITA (YOU CHOSE TOTODILE) LEVEL 5.
    This battle is easy. Just use your starters' basic attack and he'll 
    lose. His Pokemon has a sheer advantage against yours, but luckily his 
    Pokemon doesn't know a special attack.
    ***RIVAL 1***
    
    4.   After he loses, head through Route 29 to New Bark Town.
    
    ***NEW BARK TOWN***
    1.   Go to Elm's Lab. 
    
    2.   Name your Rival anyway you want. I named him Wesker.
    
    3.   Afterwards, get 5 Pokeballs from his assistant.
    
    4.   Go back to Route 30, north of Cherrygrove City.
    
    ***ROUTE 30***
    1.   Take the left fork this time.
    
    2.   Capture one bird Pokemon. 
    
    3.   Raise that bird Pokemon to level 7.
    
    4.   Battle any trainers. 
    
    5.   Cross into Route 31.
    
    ***ROUTE 31***
    1.   Battle any trainers. 
    
    2.   Capture a Bug Pokemon and raise it to level 8. 
    
    3.   Go inside the Dark Cave. 
    
    4.   Inside, Capture a Geodude. Exit the cave. Be cautious because it is 
    
    dark.
    
    5.   Outside, raise Geodude to level 11, where he learns Rock Throw.
    
    6.   Cross into Violet City.
    
    ***VIOLET CITY***
    1.   Recharge your Pokemon. 
    
    2.   Now go to the gym.
    
    3.   Inside, use Geodude's Rock Throw against all the pre-leader 
    trainers. 
    
    4.   Now challenge Gym Leader Falkner to a match.
    
    ***JOHTO GYM LEADER 1***
    FALKNER
    BADGE: ZEPHYR
    TM: 31 MUD-SLAP
    POKEMON: PIDGEY LEVEL 7
             PIDGETOTTO LEVEL 9
    Use Geodude's Rock Throw against him. It is VERY effective and will 
    finish both Pokemon in about 2-3 hits. Totodile is also strong against 
    his Pokemon, if he's at level 12.
    ***GYM LEADER 1***
    
    5.   Travel to the Pokemon Center and get the Egg from his assistant.
    
    6.   Now travel to Sprout Tower. 
    
    7.   Inside, use your Bird Pokemon against any trainers' Bellsprout. 
    
    8.   Once you see Rival, talk to him and then challenge that leader of 
    the tower. 
    
    9.   Use your Bird Pokemon against his Bellsprout and your Geodude 
    against his Hoothoot and then you'll win HM-05, Flash.
    
    10.  Exit the Tower with an Escape you found at the tower. 
    
    11.  Travel to the Mart and gear up on Poke Balls and Potions. 
    
    12.  Go down Route 32.
    
    ***ROUTE 32***
    1.   Pass by the Ruins of Alph. If you want to explore it, refer to its 
    section below. 
    
    2.   Fight any trainers necessary to gain experience. Try to get all of 
    your Pokemon to Level 15. 
    
    3.   Try capturing an Ekans and raising it to Level 15.
    
    4.   You'll eventually reach a Pokemon Center, where you can heal and 
    continue training.
    
    DAY SIBLING!!!
    If it's Friday, you'll see Frieda and she'll challenge you to a match. 
    If you beat her, she'll give you a Poison Barb, which increase poison 
    attacks.  
    END DAY SIBLING!!!
    
    5.   Travel into Union Cave.
    
    ***UNION CAVE***
    1.   Challenge any opponents you see. 
    
    2.   You won't be able to get around some places, but try to find the 
    exit. 
    
    3.   There's only one room to explore, so you'll get out fairly quickly.
    
    LAPRAS!!!
    If it's Friday and you have Surf, Surf from the waters through several 
    room until you reach Lapras swimming lonely in water. You can capture 
    one every Friday. If you didn't choose Totodile, he'll be a must-have 
    Pokemon.  Lapras is level 20.
    END LAPRAS!!!
    
    4.   Exit outside to Route 33.
    
    ***ROUTE 33***
    1.   Challenge the lone trainer. Beat him and get his phone number.
    2.   Grab the PSN Cure Berry in the plant.
    3.   Travel west into Azalea Town.
    
    ***AZALEA TOWN***
    1.   Rest up at the Pokemon Center. 
    
    2.   In the house above the Pokemon Center, talk to Kurt and he will go 
    to Slowpoke Well to take out Team Rocket.
    
    3.   Follow him to the well at the eastern entrance to the city and go 
    into the well. 
    
    4.   Beat all the Rocket members to gain experience.
    
    5.   Save the Slowpoke by talking to them after beating all the Rockets.
    
    6.   Now go to the gym. 
    
    7.   Challenge all the pre-leaders using your bird Pokemon or Cyndaquil.
    
    8.   Challenge Bugsy.
    
    ***JOHTO GYM LEADER 2***
    BUGSY
    BADGE: HIVE BADGE
    TM: 49 FURY CUTTER
    POKEMON: METAPOD LEVEL 14
             KAKUNA LEVEL 14
             SCYTHER LEVEL 16
    Use Cyndaquil or your flier. Kakuna and Metapod will be eliminated 
    easily (try using a lower level Pokemon). When Scyther arrives, you 
    have to hit it fast and powerful. Once all 3 are out, you win the Hive 
    Badge!
    ***JOHTO GYM LEADER 2***
    
    9.   Recharge at the Pokemon Center.
    
    10.  Get an Apricorn from the bush behind Kurt's house.
    
    11.  Talk to Kurt at his house and he'll make a Special Poke Ball.
    
    12.  Attempt to exit to the west.
    
    13.  Rival will challenge you.
    
    ***RIVAL 2***
    ???
    POKEMON: STARTER POKEMON LEVEL 16
             GASTLY LEVEL 12
             ZUBAT LEVEL 12
    Try using Geodude against Zubat. Use your starter against his starter, 
    since your starter should be at level 20 by now. Try using Geodude 
    again against his Gastly. As always, Rock Throw helps!
    ***RIVAL 2***
    
    
    14.  Revive any Pokemon.
    
    15.  Now exit into Ilex Forest west of Azalea.
    
    ***ILEX FOREST***
    1.   Follow the path until you reach a running Farfetch'd. 
    
    2.   Chase it and try to catch it.
    
    3.   Return it to the first person you saw in the Forest.
    
    4.   He'll give you HM-01 CUT. 
    
    5.   Teach Cut to either your bird or Totodile or Chikorita.
    
    6.   Use the Cut technique against the Y shaped branches.
    
    7.   Exit to Route 34.
    
    ***ROUTE 34***
    1.   Battle any trainers.
    
    2.   Raise all your Pokemon's levels to 23+.
    
    3.   Go back to Azalea Town if they need to be healed. 
    
    4.   Go into the Daycare.
    
    5.   Get the Old Egg and wait for it to hatch.
    
    6.   Go into Goldenrod City. 
    
    
    ***GOLDENROD CITY***
    1.   Find the Bike Shop in the eastern section of town.
    
    2.   Inside, talk to the owner to get the Bike.
    
    3.   Go to the Item Section and program the Bike to run by pressing the 
    Select Button.
    
    4.   Go to the Radio Tower and get the Blue Card and Radio Card!
    
    5.   Go into the gym. 
    
    6.   Battle and pre-leaders.
    
    7.   Challenge Whitney, the leader.
    
    ***JOHTO GYM LEADER 3***
    WHITNEY
    BADGE: PLAIN
    TM: 45 ATTRACT
    POKEMON: CLEFAIRY LEVEL 18
             MILTANK LEVEL 20
    Use Geodude and his Rock Throw. Clefairy is easy, while Miltank is 
    hard. She is quick and powerful. Geodude might faint thanks to 
    Miltank's Rollout attack. Keep your starter and bird handy as backup if 
    Geodude kicks!
    ***JOHTO GYM LEADER 3***
    
    8.   Buy Great Balls at the mart.
    
    9.   Go to the house above the gym and get the Squirt Bottle. 
    
    10.  Leave Goldenrod City through the north.
    
    11.  You're on Route 35 now.
    
    ***ROUTE 35***
    1.   Beat any trainers necessary, making sure your Pokemon are on level 
    25+.
    
    2.   If you take the path going right near the last building, you'll end 
    up at a moving tree.
    
    ***ROUTE 36***
    1.   If you go through the building, you'll be in National Park(refer to 
    its section below).
    
    2.   Use the Squirt Bottle on the tree. 
    
    3.   You will challenge Sudowoodo. Try to catch him!
    
    4.   Talk to the guy to the right of where the tree was to get TM-08 
    ROCKSMASH. 
    
    5.   Teach it to Geodude.
    
    6.   By now, the egg you got in Violet City will have hatched, so head 
    east into Violet City and take the egg to Elm in New Bark Town.
    
    7.   After the side visits, head north of where the tree was to Route 
    37. 
    
    ***ROUTE 37***
    1.   Battle all the trainers.
    
    2.   Grab all the Apricorn.
    
    3.   Go north into Ecruteak City.
    
    DAY SIBLINGS!!!
    On Sunday, Sunny will be here. Talk to him for a Magnet item.
    On Thursday, Aurthur will be here for the Hard Stone.
    
    ***ECRUTEAK CITY***
    1.   Rest your Pokemon up.
    
    2.   Go to the building left of the mart.
    
    3.   Inside, beat each Kimono Girls' Eevee evolution and get HM-03, 
    Surf, from them.   
    
    4.   Teach Surf to Totodile/Croconaw or any water type you have.
    
    5.   Go into Burned Tower on the top, left area of Ecruteak.
    
    6.   Battle Rival.
    
    ***RIVAL 3***
    ???
    POKEMON: STARTER POKEMON LEVEL 22
             HAUNTER LEVEL 20
             MAGNEMITE LEVEL 18
             ZUBAT LEVEL 20
    If he has Cyndaquil, use Geodude. Also use Geodude against Haunter and 
    Zubat since they are weak against his Rock Smash. Magnemite is 
    especially vulnerable to Rock. Beat him!
    ***RIVAL 3***
    
    7.   After Rival leaves, go to the gym. Now follow this pattern while 
    fighting each pre-leader.
    
    MORTY
     I
        I
    -----
    I
    I
    ----I
        I
    -----  
    START
    
    8.   Challenge Morty to a match.
    
    ***JOHTO GYM LEADER 4***
    MORTY
    BADGE: FOG
    TM: 30 SHADOW BALL
    POKEMON: GASTLY LEVEL 21
             HAUNTER LEVEL 21
             GENGAR LEVEL 25
             GASTLY LEVEL 23
    Use Geodude's Rock Smash. It is very powerful and at 25+, it can KO 
    Gastly and Haunter. When Gengar arrives, hit it fast and strong. 
    Sometimes a spell will prevent you from switching Pokemon, so if 
    Geodude is KO'd, use your starter as back up.
    ***JOHTO GYM LEADER 4***
    
    
    9.   Go back to Burned Tower. 
    
    10.  With Rival gone, go down into the basement. 
    
    11.  Use Rock Smash on some rocks that can break (inspect them).
    
    12.  Now go up to the 3 Legendary Dogs.
    
    13.  Raikou and Entei will run away, while Suicune will stay there.
    
    14.  Now we need the Clear Bell. We won't get that until we return to    
    
    Goldenrod City, so we won't be back here for a while.
    
    NOTE: You can now run into Raikou and Entei randomly in the wild. Use 
    Repel to get to them.
    
    15.  Head west to Route 38.
    
    ***ROUTE 38***
    1.   Travel west and battle any trainers. 
    
    2.   Go into the farm and feed the Miltank 10 Berries to get TM-13 
    SNORE.
    
    3.   Now go down to Route 39.
    
    ***ROUTE 39***
    1.   Fight any and all trainers.
    
    2.   Give Lass your number. I once got a Thunder Stone from her, which 
    was cool!
    
    3.   Go down to Olivine City.
    
    ***OLIVINE CITY***
    1.   If you want to know about Battle Tower, refer to its section below.
    
    2.   Go to the gym and talk to rival.
    
    3.   Rest up.
    
    4.   Head into the Lighthouse on the southeast corner of town.
    
    5.   Climb it while battling all the trainers. 
    
    6.   Raise your Pokemon to Level 29 and try to keep them there.
    
    7.   Talk to Jasmine, the leader. 
    
    8.   She asks you to get her sick Pokemon medicine from the island to 
    the west- Cianwood Island. 
    
    9.   Exit the lighthouse.
    
    10.  Go to the house west of the Mart and get HM-04 STRENGTH from the 
    man inside.
    
    11.  Go to the coast- Route 40.
    
    ***ROUTE 40***
    1.   Using the Surf technique the Kimono Girls gave you at Ecruteak 
    City, surf passed the Whirl Islands (In the Rare Pokemon section).
    
    2.   Battle any trainers.
    
    3.   Surf until you reach Route 41.
    
    ***ROUTE 41***
    1.   Surf west. 
    
    2.   Battle more trainers to get experience.
    
    3.   Surf into Cianwood Island.
    
    ***CIANWOOD ISLAND***
    1.   Look north to find Eusine.
    
    2.   Battle him and beat him.
    
    3.   Go to the southern building and get the medicine Jasmine needs.
    
    4.   Go to the gym.
    
    5.   Beat any pre-leaders.
    
    6.   Now push the right boulder UP!
    
    7.   Push the left boulder UP.
    
    8.   Push the middle boulder RIGHT.
    
    9.   Battle Chuck.
    
    ***JOHTO GYM LEADER 5***
    CHUCK
    BADGE: STORM
    TM: 01 DYNAMIC PUNCH
    POKEMON: PRIMEAPE LEVEL 27
             POLIWRATH LEVEL 30
    Now Geodude/ Graveler is basically obsolete. Use any Psychic type you 
    may have captured outside Goldenrod City and use it's psychic attack.
    Use any grass or electric types against Poliwrath. Beat him!
    ***JOHTO GYM LEADER 5***
    
    10.  Now we need to get back to Olivine.
    
    11.  Look for a woman outside the gym.
    
    12.  Get HM- 02 FLY from the women.
    
    13.  Now teach it to your bird.
    
    14.  Fly back to Olivine.
    
    ***OLIVINE CITY***
    1.   Climb the lighthouse.
    
    2.   Give Jasmine her medicine.
    
    3.   Now go to the gym and fight her.
    
    4.   You may want to level up at Route 39 and be at level 40.
    
    5.   Battle Jasmine.
    
    ***JOHTO GYM LEADER 6***
    JASMINE
    BADGE: MINERAL
    TM: 23 IRON TAIL
    POKEMON: MAGNEMITE LEVEL 30
             STEELIX LEVEL 35
             MAGNEMITE LEVEL 30
    Use Geodude/ Graveler's Rock attacks. Against that mammoth Steelix, use 
    fire attacks and water attacks. She's the hardest leader yet, so take 
    caution. You will want to have your bird and others as back up if 
    necessary. Beat them!
    ***JOHTO GYM LEADER 6***
    
    6.   Now we need to get to Mahogany Town.
    
    7.   Check the map- we need to backtrack to Ecruteak City and exit to 
    the east from there.
    
    8.   Go north to Route 37 and 36 into Ecruteak.
    
    ***ECRUTEAK CITY***
    1.   Rest up and buy any supplies. 
    
    2.   Then exit the city to the east this time.
    
    ***ROUTE 42***
    1.   Surf east. 
    
    2.   You can enter Mt. Mortar if you want to catch Tyrogue.
    
    3.   Enter Mt. Mortar. 
    
    4.   Look around, grabbing any items you come across.
    
    5.   It's hard to describe, but you'll find a man from Kanto's Saffron 
    City. 
    
    6.   He'll give you Tyrgoue, the baby form of Hitmonlee, Hitmonchan or 
    Hitmontop.
    
    7.   Outside, Surf east to Mahogany Town.
    
    ***MAHOGANY TOWN***
    1.   There's nothing to do here now, since we can't get to the gym. 
    
    2.   We should head north on Route 43 toward Lake of Rage.
    
    ***ROUTE 43***
    1.   Avoid the building smack-dab in the route.
    
    2.   Beat any trainers you run into for experience.
    
    3.   Go to Lake of Rage in the north.
    
    ***LAKE OF RAGE***
    1.   Go Surf into the lake and then battle RED Gyarados.
    
    2.   Try to catch him since Shining are very rare.
    
    3.   He'll also be good in the next mission.
    
    4.   After beating or catching Gyarados, talk to Lance in front of the 
    sign.
    
    5.   He tells you to go to Mahogany Town's mart.
    
    6.   Go there now.
    
    ***MAHOGANY TOWN MART***
    1.   Inside, see Lance beating some guys up.
    
    2.   A ladder will be revealed.
    
    3.   We have to fight Team Rocket again!
    
    4.   Downstairs, pass the statues. 
    
    5.   Rockets will attack, but they are easy to beat. 
    
    6.   Try to avoid the striped tiled floor.
    
    7.   Shut off the PC to stop the alarms.
    
    8.   Head through the stairs going down.
    
    9.   Downstairs, Lance will recharge your Pokemon.
    
    10.  Passed him is a locked door you need a code for.
    
    11.  Beat the nearby Rockets.
    
    12.  Go down the next stairs.
    
    13.  You'll see Lance again. 
    
    14.  Pass him and go up to the girl rocket.
    
    15.  Get the password from her.
    
    16.  Now find a rocket near a planter.
    
    17.  Beat him.
    
    18.  Get the password from him.
    
    19.  Now go to the ladder on the top right corner of the room.
    
    20.  Go left.
    
    21.  Travel down the stairs.
    
    22.  Head through the next set of stairs to find TM-46 THEIF.
    
    23.  Go back down and look at the locked door. 
    
    24.  Administer the passwords.
    
    25.  Talk to the rocket and beat him.
    
    26.  Now talk to the bird. 
    
    27.  Get the password. 
    
    28.  Now go back to the other locked door you saw before.
    
    29.  Give the bird's password.
    
    30.  Now, with Lance, fight the Electrodes to shut the power off.
    
    31.  Now Lance will reward you with HM-06 WHIRLPOOL!
    
    32.  Whirlpool can help access the Whirl Islands between Cianwood and 
    Olivine! But first we gotta beat the gym leader at Mahogany.
    
    33.  Go to the gym. 
    
    34.  We have to slide to the leader.
    
    35.  OK. Go in front of the VERY left trainer. 
    
    36.  Slide on the ice up, then go right until you stop.
    
    37.  Go down until you stop.
    
    38.  Then go left.
    
    39.  Now go up and right to Pryce, the leader.
    
    40.  Challenge him!
    
    ***JOHTO GYM LEADER 7***
    PRYCE
    BADGE: GLACIER
    TM: 16 ICY WIND
    POKEMON: SEEL LEVEL 27
             DEWGONG LEVEL 29
             PILOSWINE LEVEL 1
    Compared to Jasmine and Chuck, the previous gym leaders, he's very 
    pitiful. Use a Rock or electric type to seriously damage this trainer. 
    After maybe 4 blows, each Pokemon faints! You win!
    ***JOHTO GYM LEADER 7***
    
    41.  After leaving the gym, Elm will call you.
    
    42.  We have to go back to Goldenrod City and beat Team Rocket again.
    
    43.  Fly to Goldenrod or backtrack through Ecruteak City to Goldenrod.
    
    ***GOLDENROD CITY RADIO TOWER***
    1.   Go into the tower.
    
    2.   Go to the hiding girl on the second floor to get the Blue Card.
    
    3.   Fight Rocket members until you get to the top floor.
    
    4.   On the fifth floor of the tower, beat the fake manager.
    
    
    5.   He will give you the basement key for the underground tunnels.
    
    6.   Go outside and recharge. Go to the building that leads underground.
    
    7.   Go find a blue door in the tunnel and use the basement key.
    
    8.   Fight Rival.
    
    ***RIVAL 4***
    ???
    POKEMON: STARTER POKEMON LEVEL 32
             GOLBAT LEVEL 30
             MAGNEMITE LEVEL 28
             HAUNTER LEVEL 30
             SNEASAL LEVEL 32
    Use your Rock against Golbat and Haunter. Use a fire Pokemon or Graveler 
    against Magnemite. Against Sneasal, use Graveler again! Against his 
    starter, use a Psychic for an overall advantage. Beat him!
    ***RIVAL 4***
             
    9. Through it, go down the stairs.
    
    10. Down there, beat the rockets.
    
    12.  Now flip the right (--->) switch on the wall.
    
    13.  Then flip the middle.
    
    14.  Then flip the left. The path to the girl rocket will be revealed.
    
    15.  Beat her.
    
    16.  Go through the large blue doors.
    
    17.  Passed that, beat all the rockets and then talk to the real 
    manager.
    
    18.  He will give you a shutter key.
    
    19.  Pick up the TM. Now ride the nearby elevator and you are in the 
    Goldenrod Shop.
    
    20.  Go back to the Radio Tower's third floor. 
    
    21.  Use the card key on the right shutters. 
    
    22.  Go through the hidden stairs.
    
    23.  Beat more rockets.
    
    24.  Now go to the other part of the fifth floor and beat the final 2 
    rockets.
    
    25.  After beating everyone, the real manage will give you a Clear 
    Bell, which might have something to do with Suicune, or so I hear.
    
    26.  Go to where Bill is (in a house) and get an Eevee from him!
    
    27.  Head back to Mahogany Town by flying.
    
    28.  Leave Mahogany through the east to Route 44.
    
    ***ROUTE 44***
    1.   On this short route, pass through and battle all the trainers. 
    
    2.   Enter the Ice Path.
    
    ***ICE PATH***
    1.   Go up and right and down the ice.
    
    2.   Keep going until you reach a big ice field. 
    
    3.   When you see the ice, go UP.
    
    4.   Then go LEFT. 
    
    5.   Then go UP.
    
    6.   Then go LEFT.
    
    7.   Then go DOWN.
    
    8.   Then go LEFT.
    
    9.   Then go UP.
    
    10.  Then go left.
    
    11.  Then go DOWN.
    
    12.  Then go RIGHT.
    
    13.  Then go DOWN.
    
    14.  Then go RIGHT.
    
    15.  You are now near some stairs.
    
    16.  But passed that is another field of ice.
    
    17.  Go RIGHT. 
    
    18.  Then go UP.
    
    19.  Then go LEFT.
    
    20.  Then go DOWN.
    
    21.  Then go RIGHT.
    
    22.  Collect the item, HM-07 WATERFALL! 
    
    23.  Now go to the stairs.
    
    24.  Climb them.
    
    25.  Go down the next set of steps. 
    
    26.  Now go down the ladder at the end.
    
    27.  Now we need to push boulders down each of the holes. 
    
    28.  Push the nearest boulder down into the nearest hole. 
    
    29.  Then push the second boulder you see down the second hole.
    
    30.  Then push the third boulder you see down into the third hole. 
    
    31.  Now push the 4th boulder into the 4th holes you see. 
    
    32.  Now go down the far ladder.
    
    33.  Go down one step from the ladder.
    
    34.  Then go right until you stop (that's why you needed to push the 
    boulders down)
    
    35.  Then go down until you stop.
    
    36.  Go LEFT.
    
    37.  Go UP.
    
    38.  Then go RIGHT.
    
    39.  Collect the Full Heal.
    
    40.  Go down the ladder.
    
    41.  Collect the Never Melt Ice item.
    
    42.  Exit into Blackthorn City.
    
    ***BLACKTHORN CITY***
    1.   Rest up and go directly to the gym.
    
    2.   Make sure your Pokemon are at level 45+. 
    
    3.   You can train at Ice Path if necessary.
    
    4.   Inside the gym, battle all trainers on both floors.
    
    5.   On the second floor, push the VERY top boulder right.
    
    6.   Then push the other boulder down into the hole.
    
    7.   Go to the southern part of the room.
    
    8.   Push the right boulder down and the other boulder down into the 
    hole.
    
    9.   Downstairs, you can now get to the gym leader, Clair. 
    
    10.  Battle her!
    
    ***JOHTO GYM LEADER 8***
    CLAIR
    BADGE: RISING
    TM: 24 DRAGONBREATH
    POKEMON: DRAGONAIR LEVEL 37
             DRAGONAIR LEVEL 37
             KINGDRA LEVEL 40
             DRAGONAIR LEVEL 37
    You might want to train an Ice Pokemon just in case. If you have your 
    starter, bird and rock Pokemon above 45, you'll do fine. Hit her 
    Pokemon with Ice attacks. Or hit her with powerful attacks, like Slash 
    and Rock Smash. Have your bird use Peck and she's toast!
    ***JOHTO GYM LEADER 8***
    
    11.  After beating her, Claire will only give you the badge if you 
    answer the master's questions.
    
    12.  Surf behind the gym to find a cave. 
    
    13.  He'll ask you several questions.
    
    14.  As usual, answer with "Pokemon are not war" type questions and 
    you get your badge!
    
    15.  With all 8 JOHTO badges on hand, it's time to go back home.
    
    16.  Fly to New Bark Town or descend south on Routes 45 and 46 (which 
    lead to Cherrygrove City. 
    
    ***NEW BARK TOWN***
    1.   Talk to Elm. 
    
    2.   He'll give you the Master Ball.
    
    3.   Save the Master Ball-there are plenty of hard-to catch Pok,mon yet 
    to be seen.
    
    4.   You'll see the Ocean to the right of your house.
    
    5.   Use Surf and Surf right of New Bark into Kanto.
    
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    6.5 QUICK AND EASY KANTO
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    Kanto is where Red, Blue and Yellow took place! Now we need to get to 
    Indigo Plateau!
    
    ***ROAD TO INDIGO PLATEAU***
    1.   Go right.
    
    2.   Go into Tohjo Falls.
    
    3.   Inside, teach a Pokemon Waterfall. 
    
    4.   Use Waterfall and you can go up waterfalls.
    
    5.   Outside Tohjo Falls, you'll see the locations of the Day Sibling's 
    houses! I missed a few!
    
    6.   Fight your way up, beating trainers along the way.
    
    7.   Make sure your Pokemon are at Level 55+. 
    
    8.   Go through the building.
    
    9.   It's a remodeled version of the reception gate west of Viridian 
    City from RBY.
    
    10.  Show the guy your badges and you can pass through.
    
    11.  It's Victory Road, but it's shorter. Go through and keep raising 
    your Pokemon. 
    
    12.  Challenge rival (below).
    
    13.  You'll eventually arrive at Indigo Plateau.
    
    ***INDIGO PLATEAU***
    1.   Inside, rest your Pokemon and buy A LOT of healing items.
    
    ***RIVAL 5***
    ???
    POKEMON: STARTER POKEMON LEVEL 38
             SNEASAL LEVEL 34
             KADABRA LEVEL 35 
             HAUNTER LEVEL 35
             GOLBAT LEVEL 36
             MAGNETON LEVEL 34
    You may want a very varied team. Use Graveler against Sneasal, Kadabra, 
    Haunter, Magneton and Golbat. Use everyone against his starter! Voila! 
    ***RIVAL 5***
    
    2. Now make a team with your starter, your rock, your bird, a psychic, 
    a dark type and a normal type.
    
    3. Now challenge the Elite 4.
    
    ***ELITE MEMBER 1***
    WILL 
    POKEMON: XATU LEVEL 40
             XATU LEVEL 42
             EXEGGUTOR LEVEL 41
             SLOBRO LEVEL 41
             JYNX LEVEL 41
    He's a psychic guy, so you want Graveler/Golem. Use your bird as back 
    up. He shouldn't be too hard. He's actually easier than Clair from 
    Blackthorn City.
    ***ELITE MEMBER 1***
    
    3.   Now challenge Koga, the former Fuschia City Gym Leader.
    
    ***ELITE MEMBER 2***
    KOGA
    POKEMON: ARIADOS LEVEL 40
             FORRETRESS LEVEL 43
             MUK LEVEL 42
             VENOMOTH LEVEL 41
             CROBAT LEVEL 44
    He's a bug and poison type, so you want a fire and psychic type. 
    Graveler is also very powerful. Have your bird pokemon as backup if 
    necessary. He's not much harder than Will.
    ***ELITE MEMBER 2***
    
    4.   Now recharge and challenge Bruno, an original Elite 4 member.
    
    ***ELITE MEMBER 3***
    BRUNO
    POKEMON: HITMONTOP LEVEL 42
             HITMONLEE LEVEL 42
             HITMONCHAN LEVEL 42
             ONIX LEVEL 43
             MACHAMP LEVEL 46
    Against Hitmonchan, Lee and Top, use a psychic Pokemon. Against Onix, 
    use a water type. Use Graveler against machamp and this match is won!
    ***ELITE MEMBER 3***
    
    5.   Challenge Karen now.
    
    ***ELITE MEMBER 4***
    KAREN 
    POKEMON: UMBREON LEVEL 42
             VILEPLUME LEVEL 42
             GENGAR LEVEL 45
             MURKROW LEVEL 44
             HOUNDOOM LEVEL 47
    Against Umbreon, use Graveler. Against Vileplume, use fire. Use 
    Graveler against Gengar and Murkrow. Houndoom needs water and rock. 
    She's pretty touch, so be careful!
    ***ELITE MEMBER 4***
    
    6.   Now challenge Lance.
    
    ***ELITE CHAMPION***
    LANCE
    POKEMON: GYARADOS LEVEL 44
             DRAGONITE LEVEL 47
             CHARIZARD LEVEL 46
             DRAGONITE LEVEL 47
             AERODACTYL LEVEL 46
             DRAGONITE LEVEL 50
    Use an Electric attack against all the opponents. It damages them 
    moderately. Use ice and water attacks as backup and save Graveler if 
    everyone else kicks the bucket. Congrats! You are now the Pokemon Johto 
    League Champion!
    ***ELITE CHAMPION***
    
    7.   After the credits, you are back in New Bark Town.
    
    ***NEW BARK TOWN***
    1.   Talk to Elm to get an S.S. AQUA Ticket.
    2.   Fly to Olivine City.
    
    ***OLIVINE CITY***
    1.   Go down the dock and board the ship.
    2.   Talk to everyone. 
    3.   Battle some sailors until you get to the captain.
    4.   Get his daughter back to get the Metal Coat.
    5.   The ship will dock in Vermilion City!
    
    ***VERMILION CITY***
    1. Go to the gym by surfing. 
    2.   Challenge all pre-leaders and Lt. Surge.
    
    ***KANTO GYM LEADER 3***
    LT. SURGE
    BADGE: THUNDER 
    He is the 3rd leader, but you happened to be in Vermilion first, so 
    challenge him. All his Pokemon are thunder types, so use Graveler. His 
    Rock Smash can easily beat Lt. Surge.
    ***KANTO GYM LEADER 1***
    
    3.   Go north to Saffron City.
    
    ***SAFFRON CITY***
    1.   Go to Sabrina's Gym. 
    
    2.   Using the tile transports, always go to the tile on top or below 
    you.
    
    3.   Challenge Sabrina.
    
    ***KANTO GYM LEADER 6***
    SABRINA
    BADGE: MARSH
    Use a dark type or rock type to quickly wipe the official 6th gym 
    leader out. She's wimpier than in RBY, so you won't have much trouble.
    ***KANTO GYM LEADER 6.
    
    4.   Go north to Cerulean City.
    
    ***CERULEAN CITY***
    1.   Go into the gym and spy on the rocket.
    
    2.   Look in the center square pool for a part.
    
    3.   Travel east to the Power Plant.
    
    4.   You can get there by surfing on Route 9.
    
    ***POWER PLANT***
    1.   There, give the part to the mechanics and then you'll receive TM-07 
    Zap Cannon.
    
    2.   Go back to Cerulean City.
    
    ***CERULEAN CITY***
    1.   Travel north, passed many trainers.
    
    2.   You'll see Misty at the end with a man. 
    
    3.   After talking to her, challenge her at the gym.
    
    4.   Go back to Cerulean Gym.
    
    ***KANTO GYM LEADER 2***
    MISTY
    BADGE: CASCADE
    Use electric types against that wimp, Misty. She'll lose in about 10 
    total hits.
    ***KANTO GYM LEADER 2***
    
    5.   Travel south to Saffron City.
    
    ***SAFFRON CITY***
    1.   If you want to go back to Johto, go to Copycat's house.
    
    2.   Talk to her and you'll realize she lost her doll.
    
    3.   Go down to Vermilion City.
    
    ***VERMILION CITY***
    1.   Go to the Pokemon Club.
    
    2.   Talk to everyone and get the doll.
    
    3.   Go up to Saffron City.
    
    ***SAFFRON CITY***
    1.   Go to Copycat's House.
    
    2.   Give her the doll and she'll give you a Monorail Ticket!
    
    3.   Now we can travel back to Johto's Goldenrod City using Saffron's 
    Train!
    
    4.   Head east to Lavender Town.
    
    ***LAVENDER TOWN***
    1.   Go to Pokemon Tower.
    
    2.   It's now Kanto's Radio Tower.
    
    3.   Talk to everyone to get a Radio EXPN Card!   
    
    4.   Now go back to Saffron City.
    
    ***SAFFRON CITY***
    1.   Head west to Celadon City.
    
    ***CELADON CITY***
    1.   Go to the gym. 
    
    2.   Challenge everyone.
    
    3.   Challenge Erika.
    
    ***KANTO GYM LEADER 4***
    ERIKA 
    BADGE: RAINBOW
    Use any fire and psychic type. Erika isn't as powerful as RBY, so 
    she'll be beaten within seconds! Beat her!
    ***KANTO GYM LEADER 4***
    
    4.   Head east to Saffron City.
    
    ***SAFFRON CITY***
    1.   Argh! I'm getting tired of going here!
    
    2.   Go south to Vermilion City.
    
    ***VERMILION CITY***
    1.   Go to the Snorlax east of town.
    
    2.   Use your Radio on frequency to Poke Flute to wake Snorlax!
    
    3.   Try to catch Snorlax!
    
    4.   Take Diglett's Cave to Pewter City.
    
    ***PEWTER CITY***
    1.   Go to the gym.
    
    2.   Beat all the pre-leaders.
    
    3.   Challenge Brock.
    
    ***KANTO GYM LEADER 1***
    BROCK
    BADGE: BOULDER
    Use water and grass types. Those are VERY strong against Brock. Once 
    you beat Brock, you get the Boulder Badge.
    ***KANTO GYM LEADER 1***
    
    4.   Talk to a man near the entrance to get the Silver Wing.
    
    5.   Now we can catch Lugia in Whirl Islands in Johto!
    
    6.   Travel south to Viridian City.
    
    ***VIRIDIAN CITY***
    1.   Travel south to Pallet Town.
    
    ***PALLET TOWN***
    1.   Talk to Oak at his lab.
    
    2.   Surf south to Cinnabar Island.
    
    ***CINNABAR ISLAND***
    1.   Talk to the guy on the island- it's Gary (known as Blue in GSC) 
    Oak.
    
    2.   He'll fly back to Viridian City!
    
    3.   Ignore him and surf east to Seafoam Island.
    
    ***SEAFOAM ISLAND***
    1.   Challenge Blaine.
    
    ***KANTO GYM LEADER 7***
    BLAINE
    BADGE: VOLCANO
    Like Brock, use water types. Rock types like Golem are also very 
    powerful. Blaine will lose after 5 total hits.
    ***KANTO GYM LEADER 7***
    
    2.   Surf east of Seafoam to Fuchsia City.
    
    ***FUCHSIA CITY***
    1.   Go to the gym. Beat everyone. 
    
    2.   Challenge Janine, the new gym leader.
    
    ***KANTO GYM LEADER 5***
    JANINE
    BADGE: SOUL
    Use psychic types or rock types against her. Her pokemon will lose 
    after 8 total blows!
    ***KANTO GYM LEADER 5***
    
    3.   Surf down to Seafoam and Cinnabar.
    
    ***CINNABAR ISLAND***
    1. Surf up to Pallet.
    
    ***PALLET TOWN***
    1.   Travel to Viridian Gym.
    
    ***VIRIDIAN CITY***
    1.   Go to the gym and challenge Gary (Blue).
    
    ***KANTO GYM LEADER 8***
    GARY (BLUE)
    BADGE: EARTH
    Gary has a varied team, but a strong electric type can handle all of 
    them.
    ***KANTO GYM LEADER 8***
    
    2.   We have all 8 Kanto Badges!
    
    3.   Now we need to win the Kanto League!
    
    4.   Go down to Pallet.
    
    ***PALLET TOWN***
    1.   Talk to Oak.
    
    2.   Then go up to Viridian City.
    
    ***VIRIDIAN CITY***
    1.   Head west to Mt. Silver.
    
    ***MT. SILVER***
    1.   Pass through the Johto League Entrance. 
    
    2.   You'll end up on Mt. Silver, the location of the Kanto League 
    Leader!
    
    3.   Find your way through the mountain- the path is linear. 
    
    4.   Challenge the Kanto Gym Leader- Ash (Red)!
    
    ***THE ULTIMATE CHALLENGE***
    ASH (RED)
    BADGE: KANTO LEAGUE 
    This is your ultimate test. A team of great variety is needed to beat
    him, see
    walkthrough for full details.
    
    Congrats! You beat the game!
    
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    6.6 QUICK AND EASY OPTIONAL AREAS
    ========================================================================
    
    ***WHIRL ISLANDS***
    1.   Between Cianwood Island and Olivine City lies the Whirl Islands. 
    
    2.   Surf there and bypass the whirlpools with the Whirlpool HM.
    
    3.   Inside, search around (VERY complex to explain).
    
    4.   You'll find Lugia if you got the Silver Wing from a man in Pewter 
    City. 
    
    5.   Try catching Lugia- he's pretty strong! He is one of the Pokemon 
    who can beat Mewtwo!
    
    ***TIN TOWER part 1***
    (This part opens up after you rid Team Rocket from Goldenrod)
    
    1.   Challenge the Trio of the Wise and beat them.
    
    2.   The Trio of the Wise will give you passage.
    
    3.   Save, now challenge the Suicune.
    
    A.   The other dogs have escaped and may now be seen.
    
    ***TIN TOWER***
    1.   To gain entrance, you must have captured Suicune, Raikou and Entei 
    an oldman will give you the 
    
    2.   Scale the tower.
    
    3.   Challenge Ho-oh. Make sure you save before the battle!
    
    ***MT. MORTAR***
    1.   This is the mountain range between Ecruteak City and Mahogany Town.
    
    2.   Go inside and follow the fairly linear tunnels. 
    
    3.   You'll run into a man who will give you Tyrogue, the pre-evolution 
    of Hitmontop, Hitmonchan and Hitmonlee!
    
    ***ROUTE 45***
    1.   This is the path south of Blackthorn City. 
    
    2.   It has many trainers and Pokemon for experience.
    
    3.   It leads to Route 46.
    
    ***ROUTE 46***
    1.   This is downhill. 
    
    2.   You can gain experience and catch more Pokemon.
    
    3.   It leads to the route between New Bark Town and Cherrygrove City.
    
    ***RUINS OF ALPH***
    1.   Enter from Violet City.
    
    2.   Go to where you enter through a cave and solve the puzzle.
    
    3.   It should be a Kabuto. Go down and capture as many DIFFERENT Unown 
    as possible. 
    
    4.   Talk to a scientist outside to upgrade your Pokedex to track the 
    Unown you've caught.
    
    5.   Go back to the Kabuto puzzle and use an escape rope.
    
    6.   Go back inside the Kabuto Room and go to the new entrance. 
    
    7.   Now go to Union Cave and surf elsewhere to find another entrance to 
    Ruins of Alph.
    
    8.   Inside, use flash on another puzzle room and then another entrance 
    will be revealed.
    
    9.   Go to another puzzle room through surfing away from the ruins. 
    
    10.  Use the Water Stone in the room and then another entrance will be 
    revealed.
    
    11.  Go to the final puzzle room with Ho-oh and then another passage 
    will be revealed. 
    
    ***MT. MOON***
    1.   Here, you'll find your Rival.
    
    2.   Battle and beat him.
    
    3.   On Monday Night, go here to find Moon Stones.  They are in the 
    field by the store.
    
    ***ROCK TUNNEL***
    1.   This is between Cerulean City and Lavender Town.
    
    2.   You need Flash.
    
    3.   You can train your Pokemon here. 
    
    ***ROUTE 12***
    1.   This leads to Route 13. 
    
    2.   You can train here.
    
    ***ROUTE 13***
    1.   This leads to Route 14.
    
    2.   You can train here.
    
    ***ROUTE 14***
    1.   This leads to Route 15.
    
    2.   You can train here.
    
    ***ROUTE 15***
    1.   Along with Route 12, 13, 1, this path connects Fuchsia City with 
    Vermilion City and Lavender Town.
    
    2.   You can train here.
    
    ***ROUTE 16***
    1.   This leads to Cycling Road aka Route 17.
    
    2.   You can ride the bike here.
    
    ***ROUTE 17***
    1.   You can ride the Bike here.
    
    2.   It connects to Route 18.
    
    ***ROUTE 18***
    1.   Along with Route 17 AND 16, this path connects Fuchsia City with 
    Celadon City. 
    
    ***VIRIDIAN FOREST***
    1.   You can capture low level Pokemon and Pikachu here!
    
    2.   You can train here.
    
    ========================================================================
    7. POKEDEX
    ========================================================================
    
    ---Level Up Moves
    
    #152 Chikorita
    #153 Bayleef
    #154 Meganium
    Type: Grass
    
                         152     153     154
    Tackle               --      --      --
    Growl                --      --      --
    Razor Leaf           8       --      --
    Reflect              12      --      --
    Poison Powder        15      --      --
    Synthesis            22      23      --
    Body Slam            29      31      --
    Light Screen         36      39      41
    Safeguard            43      47      51
    Solarbeam            50      55      61
    
    #155 Cyndaquil
    #156 Quilava
    #157 Typhlosion
    Type: Fire
    
                         155     156     157
    Tackle               --      --      --
    Growl                --      --      --
    Smokescreen          6       --      --
    Ember                12      --      --
    Quick Attack         19      21      --
    Flame Wheel          27      31      --
    Swift                36      42      45
    Flamethrower         46      54      60
    
    #158 Totodile
    #159 Croconaw
    #160 Feraligatr 
    Type: Water
    
                         158     159     160
    Scratch              --      --      --
    Leer                 --      --      --
    Rage                 7       --      --
    Water Gun            13      --      --
    Bite                 20      21      --
    Scary Face           27      28      30
    Slash                35      37      38
    Screech              43      45      47
    Hydro Pump           52      55      58
    
    #16 Pidgey
    #17 Pidgeotto
    #18 Pidgeot 
    Type: Normal/Flying
    
                         016     017     018
    Tackle               --      --      --
    Sand-Attack          5       --      --   
    Gust                 9       --      --
    Quick Attack         15      --      --
    Whirwind             23      --      --
    Wing Attack          29      33      --
    Agility              37      43      46
    Mirror Move          47      55      61
    
    #21 Spearow
    #22 Fearow 
    Type: Normal/Flying
    
                         021     022
    Peck                 --      --
    Growl                --      --
    Leer                 7       --
    Fury Attack          14      --
    Pursuit              25      26
    Mirror Move          31      32
    Drill Peck           37      40
    Agility              43      47
    
    #163 Hoothoot
    #164 Noctowl 
    Type: Normal/Flying
    
                         163     164
    Tackle               --      --
    Growl                --      --
    Foresight            6       --
    Peck                 11      --
    Hypnosis             16      --
    Reflect              22      25
    Take Down            28      33
    Confusion            34      41
    Dream Eater          48      56
    
    #19 Rattata
    #20 Raticate 
    Type: Normal
    
                         019     020
    Tackle               --      --
    Tail Whip            --      --
    Quick Attack         7       --
    Hyper Fang           13      --
    Focus Energy         20      XX
    Scary Face           XX      20
    Pursuit              27      33
    Super Fang           34      40
    
    # 161 Sentret
    # 162 Furret 
    Type: Normal
    
                        162      162
    Tackle              --       --
    Defense Curl        5        --
    Quick Attack        11       --
    Fury Swipes         17       18
    Slam                25       28
    Rest                33       38
    Amnesia             41       48
    
    # 172 Pichu
    # 25 Pikachu
    # 26 Raichu 
    Type: Electric
    
                         172     025     026
    Thundershock         --      --      --
    Charm                --      XX      XX
    Growl                XX      --      --
    Tail Whip            6       6       XX
    Thunder Wave         8       8       XX
    Sweet Kiss           11      XX      XX
    Quick Attack         XX      11      XX
    Double Team          XX      15      XX
    Slam                 XX      20      XX
    Thunderbolt          XX      26      XX
    Agility              XX      33      XX
    Thunder              XX      41      XX
    Light Screen         XX      50      XX
    
    #10 Caterpie         Bug
    #11 Metapod          Bug
    #12 Butterfree       Bug/Flying
    
                         010     011     012
    Tackle               --      XX      XX
    String Shot          --      XX      XX
    Harden               XX      7       XX
    Confusion            XX      XX      10
    Poison Powder        XX      XX      13
    Stun Spore           XX      XX      14
    Sleep Powder         XX      XX      15
    Supersonic           XX      XX      18
    Whirlwind            XX      XX      23
    Gust                 XX      XX      28
    Psybeam              XX      XX      34
    Safeguard            XX      XX      40
    
    # 13 Weedle
    # 14 Kakuna
    # 15 Beedrill
    Type: Bug/Poison
    
                         013     014     015
    Poison Sting         --      XX      XX
    String Shot          --      XX      XX
    Harden               XX      7       XX
    Fury Attack          XX      XX      10
    Focus Energy         XX      XX      15
    Twineedle            XX      XX      20
    Rage                 XX      XX      25
    Pursuit              XX      XX      30
    Pin Missile          XX      XX      35
    Agility              XX      XX      40
    
    # 165 Ledyba
    # 166 Ledian 
    Type: Bug/Flying
    
                         165     166
    Tackle               --      --       
    Supersonic           8       --
    Comet Punch          15      --
    Light Screen         22      24
    Reflect              22      24
    Safeguard            22      24
    Baton Pass           29      34
    Swift                36      42
    Agility              43      51
    Double-Edge          50      60
    
    # 167 Spinarak
    # 168 Ariados 
    Type: Poison/Bug
    
                         167     168
    Poison Sting         --      --
    String Shot          --      --
    Scary Face           6       --
    Constrict            11      --
    Night Shade          17      --
    Leech Life           23      25
    Fury Swipes          30      34
    Spider Web           37      43
    Screech              45      53 (Gold and Silver only)
    Agility              45      53 (Crystal Version)
    Psychic              53      63
    
    # 74 Geodude
    # 75 Graveler
    # 76 Golem 
    Type: Rock/Ground
    
                         074     075/076
    Tackle               --      --
    Defense Curl         6       --
    Rock Throw           11      --
    Magnitude            16      --
    Selfdestruct         21      --
    Harden               26      27
    Rollout              31      34
    Earthquake           36      41
    Explosion            41      48
    
    #41 Zubat
    #42 Golbat
    #169 Crobat 
    Type: Poison/Flying
    
                         041     042/169
    Leech Life           --      -- 
    Supersonic           6       --
    Bite                 12      --
    Confuse Ray          19      --
    Wing Attack          27      30
    Mean Look            36      42
    Haze                 46      55
    
    #173 Cleffa
    #35 Clefairy
    #36 Clefable 
    Type: Normal
    
                         173     035     036
    Pound                --      --      --
    Charm                --      XX      XX
    Growl                --      XX      XX
    Encore               4       4       XX
    Sing                 8       8       --
    Sweet Kiss           13      XX      XX
    Doubleslap           XX      13      XX
    Minimize             XX      19      XX
    Defense Curl         XX      26      XX
    Metronome            XX      34      --
    Moonlight            XX      36      --
    Light Screen         XX      53      XX
    
    #174 Igglybuff
    #39 Jigglypuff
    #40 Wigglytuff 
    Type: Normal
    
                         179     039     040
    Sing                 --      --      --
    Charm                --      XX      --
    Defense Curl         4       4       XX
    Pound                9       9       XX
    Sweet Kiss           14      XX      XX
    Disable              XX      14      XX
    Rollout              XX      19      XX
    Doubleslap           XX      24      XX
    Rest                 XX      29      XX
    Body Slam            XX      34      XX
    Double-Edge          XX      39      XX
    
    # 175 Togepi         Normal
    # 176 Togetic        Normal/Flying
    
                         175/176
    Growl                --
    Charm                --
    Metronome            7
    Sweet Kiss           18
    Encore               25
    Safeguard            31
    Double-Edge          38
    
    # 27 Sandshrew
    # 28 Sandslash
    Type: Ground
    
                         027     028
    Scratch              --      --
    Defense Curl         6       --
    Sand-Attack          11      --
    Poison Sting         17      --
    Slash                23      24
    Swift                30      33
    Fury Swipes          37      42
    Sandstorm            45      52
    
    # 23 Ekans
    # 24 Arbok 
    Type: Poison
    
                         023     024
    Wrap                 --      --
    Leer                 --      --
    Poison Sting         9       --
    Bite                 15      --
    Glare                23      25
    Screech              19      35
    Acid                 37      43
    Haze                 43      51
    
    # 206 Dunsparce 
    Type: Normal
    
                         206
    Rage                 --
    Defense Curl         5
    Glare                13
    Spite                18
    Pursuit              26
    Screech              30
    Take Down            38
    
    # 179 Mareep
    # 180 Flaaffy
    # 181 Ampharos 
    Type: Electric
    
                         179     180     181
    Tackle               --      --      --
    Growl                --      --      --
    Thundershock         9       --      --
    Thunder Wave         16      18      --
    Cotton Spore         23      27      --
    Thunderpunch         XX      XX      30
    Light Screen         30      36      42
    Thunder              37      45      57
    
    # 194 Wooper
    # 195 Quagsire 
    Type: Water/Ground
    
                         194     195
    Water Gun            --      --
    Tail Whip            --      --
    Slam                 11      --
    Amnesia              21      23
    Earthquake           31      35
    Rain Dance           41      47
    Mist                 51      59
    Haze                 51      59
    
    # 92 Gastly
    # 93 Haunter
    # 94 Gengar 
    Type: Ghost/Poison
    
                         092     093/094
    Hypnosis             --      --
    Lick                 --      --
    Spite                8       --
    Mean Look            13      --
    Curse                16      --
    Night Shade          21      --
    Confuse Ray          28      31
    Dream Eater          33      36
    Destiny Bond         36      48
    
    # 201 Unown 
    Type: Psychic
    
                         201
    Hidden Power         --
    
    # 95 Onix            Rock/Ground
    # 208 Steelix        Steel/Ground)
    
                         095     208 
    Tackle               --      --
    Screech              --      --
    Bind                 10      10
    Rock Throw           14      14
    Harden               23      23
    Rage                 27      27
    Sandstorm            36      36
    Slam                 40      40
    Crunch               XX      49
    
    # 69 Bellsprout
    # 70 Weepinbell
    # 71 Victreebel 
    Type: Grass/Poison
    
                         069     070     071
    Vine Whip            --      --      --
    Growth               6       --      XX
    Wrap                 11      --      XX
    Sleep Powder         15      --      XX
    Poison Powder        17      --      XX
    Stun Spore           19      --      XX
    Acid                 23      24      XX
    Sweet Scent          30      33      XX
    Razor Leaf           37      42      XX
    Slam                 45      54      XX
    
    # 187 Hoppip
    # 188 Skiploom
    # 189 Jumpluff 
    Type: Grass/Flying
    
                         187     188     189
    Splash               --      --      --
    Synthesis            5*      --      --
    Tail Whip            5       --      --
    Tackle               10      --      --
    Poison Powder        13      --      --
    Stun Spore           15      --      --
    Sleep Powder         17      --      --
    Leech Seed           20      22      --
    Cotton Spore         25      29      33
    Mega Drain           30      36      44
    *If playing in Gold or Silver Hoppip learns Synthesis from the
    beginning.
    
    # 46 Paras
    # 47 Parasect 
    Type: Bug/Grass
    
                         046     047
    Scratch              --      --
    Stun Spore           7       --
    Poison Powder        13      --
    Leech Life           19      --
    Spore                25      28
    Slash                31      37
    Growth               37      46
    Giga Drain           43      55
    
    # 60 Poliwag         Water
    # 61 Poliwhirl       Water
    # 62 Poliwrath       Water/Fighting
    # 186 Politoed       Water
    
                         060     061     062     186
    Bubble               --      --      --      --
    Hypnosis             7       --      XX      XX
    Water Gun            13      --      XX      XX
    Doubleslap           19      --      XX      XX
    Rain Dance           25      --      XX      XX
    Body Slam            31      35      XX      XX
    Submission           XX      XX      35      XX
    Perish Song          XX      XX      XX      35
    Belly Drum           37      43      XX      XX
    Hydro Pump           43      51      XX      XX
    Mind Reader          XX      XX      51      XX
    Swagger              XX      XX      XX      51
    
    # 129 Magikarp       Water
    # 130 Gyarados       Water/Flying
    
                         129     130
    Splash               --      XX
    Thrash               XX      --
    Tackle               15      XX
    Bite                 XX      20
    Dragon Rage          XX      25
    Flail                30      XX
    Leer                 XX      30
    Twister              XX      35
    Hydro Pump           XX      40
    Rain Dance           XX      45
    Hyper Beam           XX      50
    
    # 118 Goldeen
    # 119 Seaking 
    Type: Water
    
                         118     119
    Peck                 --      --
    Tail Whip            --      --
    Supersonic           10      --
    Horn Attack          15      --
    Flail                24      --
    Fury Attack          29      --
    Waterfall*           38      41
    Horn Drill           43      49
    Agility              52      61
    
    # 79 Slowpoke
    # 80 Slowbro
    # 199 Slowking 
    Type: Water/Psychic
    
                         079     080     199
    Curse                --      --      --
    Tackle               --      --      --
    Growl                6       --      6
    Water Gun            15      --      15
    Confusion            20      --      20
    Disable              29      --      29
    Headbutt             34      --      34
    Withdraw             XX      37      XX
    Amnesia              43      46      43
    Swagger              XX      XX      43
    Psychic              48      54      28
    
    # 43 Oddish          Grass/Poison
    # 44 Gloom           Grass/Poison
    # 44 Vileplume       Grass/Poison
    # 186 Bellossom      Grass
    
                         043     044     046     186
    Absorb               --      --      --      --
    Sweet Scent          7       --      XX      XX
    Poison Powder        14      --      XX      XX
    Stun Spore           16      --      XX      XX
    Sleep Powder         18      --      XX      XX
    Acid                 23      24      XX      XX
    Moonlight            32      35      XX      XX
    Petal Dance          39      44      XX      XX
    Solarbeam            XX      XX      XX      55
    
    # 96 Drowzee
    # 97 Hypno 
    Type: Psychic
    
                         096     097
    Pound                --      --
    Hypnosis             --      --
    Disable              10      --
    Confusion            18      --
    Headbutt             25      --
    Poison Gas           31      33
    Meditate             36      40
    Psychic              40      49
    Psych Up             43      55
    Future Sight         45      60
    
    # 63 Abra
    # 64 Kadabra
    # 65 Alakazam 
    Type: Psychic
    
                         063     064/065
    Teleport             --      --
    KinesiS              XX      --
    Confusion            XX      16
    Disable              XX      18
    Psybeam              XX      21
    Recover              XX      26
    Future Sight         XX      31
    Psychic              XX      38
    Reflect              XX      45
    
    # 132 Ditto 
    Type: Normal
    
                         132
    Transform            --
    
    # 204 Pineco         Bug
    # 205 Forretress     Bug/Steel
    
                         204     205
    Tackle               --      --
    Protect              --      --
    Selfdestruct         8       --
    Take Down            15      --
    Rapid Spin           22      --
    Bide                 29      --
    Explosion            36      39
    Spikes               43      49
    Double-Edge          50      59
    
    # 29 Nidoran F       Poison
    # 30 Nidorina        Poison
    # 31 Nidoqueen       Poison/Ground
    
                         029     030     032
    Tackle               --      --      --
    Growl                --      --      --
    Scratch              8       --      XX
    Double Kick          12      --      XX
    Poison Sting         17      19      XX
    Tail Whip            23      27      XX
    Body Slam            XX      XX      23
    Bite                 30      36      XX
    Fury Swipes          38      46      XX
    
    # 32 Nidoran M       Poison
    # 33 Nidorino        Poison
    # 33 Nidoking        Poison/Ground
    
                         032     033     034
    Tackle               --      --      --
    Leer                 --      --      --
    Horn Attack          8       --      XX
    Double Kick          12      --      XX
    Poison Sting         17      19      XX
    Focus Energy         23      27      XX
    Thrash               XX      XX      23
    Fury Attack          30      36      XX
    Horn Drill           38      46      XX
    
    # 193 Yanma 
    Type: Bug/Flying
    
                         193
    Tackle               --
    Foresight            --            
    Quick Attack         7
    Double Team          13
    Sonicboom            19
    Detect               25
    Supersonic           31
    Wing Attack          37
    Screech              43
    
    # 191 Sunkern
    # 192 Sunflora 
    Type: Grass
    
                         191     192
    Absorb               --      --
    Growth               4       4
    Mega Drain           10      10
    Razor Leaf           XX      10
    Sunny Day            19      19
    Synthesis            31      XX
    Petal Dance          XX      31
    Giga Drain           46      XX
    Solarbeam            XX      46
    
    # 102 Exeggcute
    # 103 Exeggutor 
    Type: Grass/Psychic
    
                         102     103
    Barrage              --      --
    Hypnosis             --      --
    Reflect              7       XX
    Leech Seed           13      XX
    Confusion            19      XX
    Stomp                XX      19
    Stun Spore           25      XX
    Poison Powder        31      XX
    Egg Bomb             XX      31
    Sleep Powder         37      XX
    Solarbeam            43      XX
    
    # 185 Sudowoodo 
    Type: Rock
    
                         185
    Rock Throw           --
    Mimic                --
    Flail                10
    Low Kick             19
    Rock Slide           28
    Faint Attack         37
    Slam                 46
    
    # 202 Wobbuffet 
    Type: Psychic
    
                         202
    Counter              --
    Mirror Coat          --
    Destiny Bond         -- 
    Safeguard            --
    
    # 48 Venonat
    # 49 Venomoth 
    Type: Bug/Poison
    
                         048     049
    Tackle               --      --
    Disable              --      --
    Foresight            --      --
    Supersonic           9       --
    Confusion            17      --
    Poison Powder        20      --
    Leech Life           25      --
    Stun Spore           28      --
    Gust                 XX      31
    Psybeam              33      36
    Sleep Powder         36      42
    Psychic              41      52
    
    # 123 Scyther        Bug/Flying
    # 212 Scizor         Bug/Steel
    
                         123     212
    Quick Attack         --      --
    Leer                 --      --
    Focus Energy         6       6
    Pursuit              12      12
    False Swipe          18      18
    Agility              24      24
    Wing Attack          30      XX
    Metal Claw           XX      30
    Slash                36      36
    Swords Dance         42      42
    Double Team          48      48
    
    # 127 Pinsir
    Type: Bug
    
                         127
    Vicegrip             --
    Focus Energy         7
    Bind                 13
    Seismic Toss         19
    Harden               25
    Guillotine           31
    Submission           37
    Swords Dance         43
    
    # 214 Heracross 
    Type: Bug/Fighting
    
                         214
    Tackle               --  
    Leer                 --
    Horn Attack          6
    Endure               12
    Fury Attack          19
    Counter              27
    Take Down            35
    Reversal             44
    Megahorn             54
    
    # 109 Koffing
    # 110 Weezing 
    Type: Poison
    
                         109     110
    Poison Gas           --      -- 
    Tackle               --      --
    Smog                 9       --
    Selfdestruct         17      --
    Sludge               21      --
    Smokescreen          25      --
    Haze                 33      --
    Explosion            41      44
    Destiny Bond         45      51
    
    # 88 Grimer
    # 89 Muk 
    Type: Poison
    
                         088     089
    Poison Gas           --      --
    Pound                --      --
    Harden               5       --
    Disable              10      --
    Sludge               16      --
    Minimize             21      --
    Screech              31      --
    Acid Armor           40      45
    Sludge Bomb          50      60
    
    # 81 Magnemite
    # 82 Magneton 
    Type: Electric/Steel
    
                         081     082
    Tackle               --      --
    Thundershock         6       --
    Supersonic           11      --
    Sonicboom            16      --
    Thunder Wave         21      --
    Lock-On              27      --
    Swift                33      XX
    Tri Attack           XX      35
    Screech              39      43
    Zap Cannon           45      53
    
    # 100 Voltorb
    # 101 Electrode
    Type: Electric
    
                         100     101
    Tackle               --      --
    Screech              9       --
    Sonicboom            17      --
    Selfdestruct         23      --
    Rollout              29      --
    Light Screen         33      34
    Swift                37      40
    Explosion            39      42
    Mirror Coat          41      44
    
    # 190 Aipom 
    Type: Normal
    
                         190
    Scratch              --
    Tail Whip            --
    Sand-Attack          6
    Baton Pass           12
    Swift                27
    Screech              36
    Agility              46
    
    # 209 Snubbull
    # 210 Granbull 
    Type: Normal
    
                         209     210
    Tackle               --      --
    Scary Face           --      --
    Tail Whip            4       --
    Charm                8       --
    Bite                 13      --
    Lick                 18      --
    Roar                 26      28
    Rage                 34      38
    Take Down            43      51
    
    # 37 Vulpix
    # 38 Ninetales 
    Type: Fire
    
                         037     038
    Ember                --      --
    Tail Whip            --      --
    Quick Attack         7       XX
    Roar                 13      XX
    Confuse Ray          19      XX
    Safeguard            25      XX
    Flamethrower         31      XX
    Fire Spin            37      43
    
    # 58 Growlithe
    # 59 Arcanine 
    Type: Fire
    
                         058     059
    Bite                 --      --
    Roar                 --      --
    Ember                9       XX
    Leer                 18      XX
    Take Down            26      XX
    Flame Wheel          34      XX
    Agility              42      XX
    Flamethrower         50      XX
    Extremespeed         XX      50
    
    # 234 Stantler 
    Type: Normal
    
                         234
    Tackle               --
    Leer                 8
    Hypnosis             15
    Stomp                23
    Sand-Attack          31
    Take Down            40
    Confuse Ray          49
    
    # 183 Marill
    # 184 Azumarill 
    Type: Water
    
                         183     184
    Tackle               --      --
    Defense Curl         3       --
    Tail Whip            6       --
    Water Gun            10      --
    Rollout              15      --
    Bubblebeam           21      25
    Double-Edge          28      36
    Rain Dance           36      48
    
    # 50 Diglett
    # 51 Dugtrio 
    Type: Ground
    
                         050     051
    Scratch              --      --
    Tri-Attack           XX      --
    Growl                5       --
    Magnitude            9       --
    Dig                  17      --
    Sand-Attack          25      --
    Slash                33      35
    Earthquake           41      49
    Fissure              49      61
    
    # 56 Mankey
    # 57 Primeape 
    Type: Fighting
     
                         056     057
    Scratch              --      --
    Leer                 --      --
    Low Kick             9       --
    Karate Chop          15      --
    Fury Swipes          21      --
    Focus Energy         27      --
    Rage                 XX      28
    Seismic Toss         33      36
    Cross Chop           39      45
    Screech              45      54
    Thrash               51      63
    
    # 52 Meowth
    # 53 Persian 
    Type: Normal
    
                         052     053
    Scratch              --      --
    Growl                --      --
    Bite                 11      --
    Pay Day              20      --
    Faint Attack         28      29
    Screech              35      39
    Fury Swipes          41      46
    Slash                46      53
    
    # 54 Psyduck
    # 55 Golduck 
    Type: Water
    
                         054     055
    Scratch              --      --
    Tail Whip            5       --
    Disable              10      --
    Confusion            16      --
    Screech              23      --
    Psych Up             31      --
    Fury Swipes          40      44
    Hydro Pump           50      58
    
    # 66 Machop
    # 67 Machoke
    # 68 Machamp 
    Type: Fighting
    
                         066     067/068
    Low Kick             --      --
    Leer                 --      --
    Focus Energy         7       --
    Karate Chop          13      --
    Seismic Toss         19      --
    Foresight            25      --
    Vital Throw          31      34
    Cross Chop           37      43
    Scary Face           43      52
    Submission           49      61
    
    # 236 Tyrogue
    # 106 Hitmonlee 
    Type: Fighting
    
                         236     106
    Tackle               --      XX
    Double Kick          XX      --
    Meditate             XX      6
    Rolling Kick         XX      11
    Jump Kick            XX      16
    Focus Energy         XX      21
    Hi Jump Kick         XX      26
    Mind Reader          XX      31
    Foresight            XX      36
    Endure               XX      41
    Mega Kick            XX      46
    Reversal             XX      51
    
    # 236 Tyrogue
    # 107 Hitmonchan 
    Type: Fighting
    
                         236     107
    Tackle               --      XX
    Comet Punch          XX      --
    Agility              XX      7
    Pursuit              XX      13
    Thunderpunch         XX      26
    Ice Punch            XX      26
    Fire Punch           XX      26
    Mach Punch           XX      32
    Mega Punch           XX      38
    Detect               XX      44
    Counter              XX      50
    
    # 236 Tyrogue
    # 237 Hitmontop 
    Type: Fighting
    
                         236     237
    Tackle               --      XX
    Rolling Kick         XX      --
    Focus Energy         XX      7
    Pursuit              XX      13
    Quick Attack         XX      19
    Rapid Spin           XX      25
    Counter              XX      31
    Detect               XX      37
    Agility              XX      43
    Triple Kick          XX      49
    
    # 203 Girafarig 
    Type: Normal/Psychic
    ***Girafarig can't be caught in Crystal***
    
                         203
    Tackle               --
    Growl                --
    Confusion            7
    Stomp                13
    Agility              20
    Baton Pass           30
    Psybeam              41
    Crunch               54
    
    # 128 Tauros 
    Type: Normal
    
                         128
    Tackle               --
    Tail Whip            4
    Rage                 8
    Horn Attack          13
    Scary Face           19
    Pursuit              26
    Rest                 34
    Thrash               43
    Take Down            53
    
    # 241 Miltank 
    Type: Normal
    
                         241
    Tackle               --
    Growl                4
    Defense Curl         8
    Stomp                13
    Milk Drink           19
    Bide                 26
    Rollout              34
    Body Slam            43
    Heal Bell            53
    
    # 240 Magby
    # 126 Magmar 
    Type: Fire
    
                         240     126
    Ember                --      --
    Leer                 7       7
    Smog                 13      13
    Fire Punch           19      19/Wild Start with this
    Smokescreen          25      25
    Sunny Day            31      33
    Flamethrower         37      43
    Confuse Ray          43      49
    Fire Blast           49      57
    
    # 238 Smoochum
    # 124 Jynx 
    Type: Ice/Psychic
    
                         238     124
    Pound                --      --
    Lick                 --      --
    Sweet Kiss           9       XX
    Lovely Kiss          XX      9
    Powder Snow          13      13
    Confusion            21      XX
    Doubleslap           XX      21
    Sing                 25      XX
    Ice Punch            XX      25
    Mean Look            33      35
    Psychic              37      XX
    Body Slam            XX      41
    Perish Song          45      51
    Blizzard             49      57
    
    # 239 Elekid
    # 125 Electabuzz 
    Type: Electric
    
                         239     125
    Quick Attack         --      --
    Leer                 --      --
    Thunderpunch         9       9
    Light Screen         17      17
    Swift                25      25
    Screech              33      36
    Thunderbolt          41      47
    Thunder              49      57
    
    # 122 Mr. Mime 
    Type: Psychic
    
                         122
    Barrier              --
    Confusion            6
    Substitute           11
    Meditate             16
    Doubleslap           21
    Reflect              26
    Light Screen         26
    Encore               31
    Psybeam              36
    Baton Pass           41
    Safeguard            46
    
    # 235 Smeargle 
    Type: Normal
    
                         235
    Sketch               --
    Sketch               11
    Sketch               21
    Sketch               31
    Sketch               41
    Sketch               51
    Sketch               61
    Sketch               71
    Sketch               81
    Sketch               91
    
    # 83 Farfetch'd 
    Type: Normal/Flying
    
                         83
    Peck                 --
    Sand-Attack          7
    Leer                 13
    Fury Attack          19
    Swords Dance         25
    Agility              31
    Slash                37
    False Swipe          44
    
    # 177 Natu
    # 178 Xatu 
    Type: Psychic/Flying
    
                         177     178
    Peck                 --      --
    Leer                 --      --
    Night Shade          10      --
    Teleport             20      --
    Future Sight         30      35
    Confuse Ray          40      50
    Psychic              50      65
    
    # 211 Qwilfish 
    Type: Water/Poison
    
                         211
    Spikes               -- (only in crystal version)
    Tackle               --
    Poison Sting         -- 
    Harden               10
    Minimize             10
    Water Gun            19
    Pin Missile          28
    Take Down            37
    Hydro Pump           46
    
    # 72 Tentacool
    # 73 Tentacruel 
    Type: Water/Poison
    
                         072     073
    Poison Sting         --      --
    Supersonic           6       --
    Constrict            12      --
    Acid                 19      --
    Bubblebeam           25      --
    Wrap                 30      --
    Barrier              36      38
    Screech              43      49
    Hydro Pump           49      55
    
    # 98 Krabby
    # 99 Kingler 
    Type: Water
    
                         098     099
    Bubble               --      --
    Leer                 --      --
    Vicegrip             12      --
    Harden               16      --
    Stomp                23      --
    Guillotine           27      --
    Protect              34      38
    Crabhammer           38      49
    
    # 213 Shuckle 
    Type: Bug/Rock
    
                         213
    Constrict            --
    Withdraw             --
    Wrap                 9
    Encore               14
    Safeguard            23
    Bide                 28
    Rest                 37
    
    # 120 Staryu
    # 121 Starmie 
    Type: Water/Psychic
    
                         120     121
    Tackle               --      --
    Harden               --      --
    Water Gun            7       XX
    Rapid Spin           13      XX
    Recover              19      XX
    Swift                25      XX
    Bubblebeam           31      23
    Minimize             37      XX
    Confuse Ray          XX      37
    Light Screen         43      XX
    Hydro Pump           50      XX
    
    # 90 Shellder        Water
    # 91 Cloyster        Water/Ice
    
    
                         090     091
    Tackle               --      --
    Withdraw             --      --
    Supersonic           9       XX
    Aurora Beam          17      XX
    Protect              25      XX
    Leer                 33      XX
    Spikes               XX      33 (Crystal only)
    Clamp                41      XX
    Spike Cannon         XX      41
    Ice Beam             49      XX
    
    # 222 Corsola 
    Type: Water/Rock
    
                         222
    Tackle               --
    Harden               7
    Bubble               13
    Recover              19
    Bubblebeam           25
    Spike Cannon         31
    Mirror Coat          37
    Ancientpower         43
    
    # 223 Remoraid
    # 224 Octillery 
    Type: Water
    
                         223     224
    Water Gun            --      --
    Lock-On              11      --
    Bubblebeam           22      --
    Psybeam              22      --
    Aurora Beam          22      --
    Octazooka            XX      25
    Focus Energy         33      38
    Ice Beam             44      54
    Hyper Beam           55      70
    
    # 170 Chinchou
    # 171 Lanturn 
    Type: Water/Electric
    
                         170     171
    Bubble               --      --
    Thunder Wave         --      -- 
    Supersonic           5       --
    Flail                13      --
    Water Gun            17      --
    Spark                25      --
    Confuse Ray          29      33
    Take Down            37      43
    Hydro Pump           41      53
    
    # 86 Seel            Water
    # 87 Dewgong         Water/Ice
    
                         086     087
    Headbutt             --      --
    Growl                --      --
    Aurora Beam          16      --
    Rest                 21      --
    Take Down            32      --
    Ice Beam             37      43
    Safeguard            48      60
    
    # 108 Lickitung 
    Type: Normal
    
                         108
    Lick                 --
    Supersonic           7
    Defense Curl         13
    Stomp                19
    Wrap                 25
    Disable              31
    Slam                 37
    Screech              43
    
    # 114 Tangela 
    Type: Grass
    
                         114
    Constrict            --
    Sleep Powder         4
    Absorb               10
    Poison Powder        13
    Vine Whip            19
    Bind                 25
    Mega Drain           31
    Stun Spore           34
    Slam                 40
    Growth               46
    
    # 133 Eevee          Normal
    # 134 Vaporeon       Water
    
                         133     134
    Tackle               --      --
    Tail Whip            --      --
    Sand-Attack          8       8
    Growl                16      XX
    Water Gun            XX      16
    Quick Attack         23      23 
    Bite                 30      30
    Baton Pass           36      XX
    Aurora Beam          XX      36
    Take Down            42      XX
    Haze                 XX      42
    Acid Armor           XX      46
    Hydro Pump           XX      52
    
    # 133 Eevee          Normal
    # 135 Jolteon        Electric
    
                         133     135
    Tackle               --      --
    Tail Whip            --      --
    Sand-Attack          8       8
    Growl                16      XX
    Thundershock         XX      16
    Quick Attack         23      23
    Bite                 30      XX
    Double Kick          XX      30
    Baton Pass           36      XX
    Pin Missile          XX      36
    Take Down            42      XX
    Thunder Wave         XX      42
    Agility              XX      47
    Thunder              XX      51
    
    # 133 Eevee          Normal
    # 136 Flareon        Fire
    
                         133     136
    Tackle               --      --
    Tail Whip            --      --
    Sand-Attack          8       8
    Growl                16      XX
    Ember                XX      16
    Quick Attack         23      23
    Bite                 30      30
    Baton Pass           36      XX
    Fire Spin            XX      36
    Take Down            42      XX
    Smog                 XX      42
    Leer                 XX      47
    Flamethrower         XX      52
    
    # 133 Eevee          Normal
    # 196 Espeon         Psychic
    
                          133    196
    Tackle                --     --
    Tail Whip             --     --
    Sand-Attack           8      8
    Growl                 16     XX
    Confusion             XX     16
    Quick Attack          23     23
    Bite                  30     XX
    Swift                 XX     30
    Baton Pass            36     XX
    Psybeam               XX     36
    Take Down             42     XX
    Psych Up              XX     42
    Psychic               XX     47
    Morning Sun           XX     52
    
    # 133 Eevee           Normal
    # 197 Umbreon         Dark
    
                         133     197
    Tackle               --      --
    Tail Whip            --      --
    Sand-Attack          8       8
    Growl                16      XX
    Pursuit              XX      16
    Quick Attack         23      23
    Bite                 30      XX
    Confuse Ray          XX      30
    Baton Pass           36      XX
    Faint Attack         XX      36
    Take Down            42      XX
    Mean Look            XX      42
    Screech              XX      47
    Moonlight            XX      52
    
    # 116 Horsea         Water
    # 117 Seadra         Water
    # 230 Kingdra        Water/Dragon
    
                         116     117/230
    Bubble               --      --
    Smokescreen          8       --
    Leer                 15      --
    Water Gun            22      --
    Twister              29      --
    Agility              36      40
    Hydro Pump           43      51
    
    # 207: Gligar 
    Type: Ground/Flying
    
                         207
    Poison Sting         --
    Sand-Attack          6
    Harden               13
    Quick Attack         20
    Faint Attack         28
    Slash                36
    Screech              44
    Guillotine           54
    
    # 225 Delibird 
    Ice/Flying
    
    Present              --
    
    # 220 Swinub
    # 221 Pilowswine 
    Type: Ice/Ground
    
                         220     221
    Tackle               --      --
    Powder Snow          10      --
    Endure               19      --
    Take Down            28      --
    Fury Attack          33      --
    Mist                 37      42
    Blizzard             46      56
    Amnesia              55      70
    
    # 216 Teddiursa
    # 217 Ursaring 
    Type: Normal
    
                         216     217
    Scratch              --      --
    Leer                 --      --
    Lick                 8       --
    Fury Swipes          15      --
    Faint Attack         22      --
    Rest                 29      --
    Slash                36      39
    Snore                43      49
    Thrash               50      59
    
    # 231 Phanpy
    # 232 Donphan 
    Type: Ground
    
                         231     232
    Tackle               --      --
    Growl                --      --
    Defense Curl         9       --
    Flail                17      --
    Take Down            25      XX
    Fury Attack          XX      25
    Rollout              33      33 
    Endure               41      XX
    Rapid Spin           XX      41
    Double-Edge          49      XX
    Earthquake           XX      49
    
    # 226 Mantine 
    Type: Water/Flying
    
                         226
    Tackle               --
    Bubble               --
    Supersonic           10
    Bubblebeam           18
    Take Down            25
    Agility              32
    Wing Attack          40
    Confuse Ray          49
    
    # 227 Skarmory 
    Type: Steel/Flying
    
                         227
    Leer                 --
    Peck                 --
    Sand-Attack          13
    Swift                19
    Agility              25
    Fury Attack          37
    Steel Wing           49
    
    # 84 Doduo
    # 85 Dodrio 
    Type: Normal/Flying
    
                         084     085
    Peck                 --      --
    Growl                --      --
    Pursuit              9       --
    Fury Attack          13      --
    Tri Attack           21      --
    Rage                 25      --
    Drill Peck           33      38
    Agility              37      47
    
    # 77 Ponyta
    # 78 Rapidash 
    Type: Fire
    
                         077     078
    Tackle               --      --
    Growl                4       --
    Tail Whip            8       --
    Ember                13      --
    Stomp                19      --
    Fire Spin            26      --
    Take Down            34      --
    Fury Attack          40      --
    Agility              43      47
    Fire Blast           53      61
    
    # 104 Cubone
    # 105 Marowak 
    Type: Ground
    
                         104     105
    Growl                --      --
    Tail Whip            5       --
    Bone Club            9       --
    Headbutt             13      --
    Leer                 17      --
    Focus Energy         21      --
    Bonemerang           25      --
    Rage                 29      32
    False Swipe          33      39
    Thrash               37      46
    Bone Rush            41      51
    
    # 115 Kangaskhan 
    Type: Normal
    
                         115
    Comet Punch          --
    Leer                 7
    Bite                 13
    Tail Whip            19
    Mega Punch           25
    Rage                 31
    Endure               37
    Dizzy Punch          43
    Reversal             49
    
    # 111 Rhyhorn
    # 112 Rhydon 
    Type: Ground/Rock
    
                         111     112
    Horn Attack          --      --
    Tail Whip            --      --
    Stomp                13      --
    Fury Attack          19      --
    Scary Face           31      --
    Horn Drill           37      --
    Take Down            49      54
    Earthquake           55      65
    
    # 198 Murkrow 
    Type: Dark/Flying
    
                         198
    Peck                 --
    Pursuit              11
    Haze                 16
    Night Shade          26
    Faint Attack         31
    Mean Look            41
    
    # 228 Houndour
    # 229 Houndoom 
    Type: Dark/Fire
    
                         228     229
    Leer                 --      --
    Ember                --      --
    Roar                 7       --
    Smog                 13      --
    Bite                 20      --
    Faint Attack         27      30
    Flamethrower         35      41
    Crunch               43      52
    
    # 218 Slugma         Fire
    # 219 Magcargo       Fire/Rock
    
                         218     219
    Smog                 --      --
    Ember                8       --
    Rock Throw           15      --
    Harden               22      --
    Amnesia              29      --
    Flamethrower         36      --
    Rock Slide           43      48
    Body Slam            48      60
    
    # 215 Sneasel 
    Type: Dark/Ice
    
                         215
    Scratch              --
    Leer                 --
    Quick Attack         9
    Screech              17
    Faint Attack         25
    Fury Swipes          33
    Agility              41
    Slash                49
    Beat Up              57
    Metal Claw           65
    
    # 200: Misdreavus 
    Type: Ghost
    
                         200
    Growl                --
    Psywave              --
    Spite                6
    Confuse Ray          12
    Mean Look            19
    Psybeam              27
    Pain Split           36
    Perish Song          46
    
    # 137 Porygon
    # 233 Porygon2 
    Type: Normal
    
                         137     233
    Conversion           --      --
    Tackle               --      --
    Conversion2          --      --
    Agility              9       9
    Psybeam              12      12
    Recover              20      20
    Sharpen              24      XX
    Defense Curl         XX      24
    Lock-On              32      32
    Tri Attack           36      36
    Zap Cannon           44      44
    
    # 113 Chansey
    # 242 Blissey 
    Type: Normal
    
                         113     242
    Pound                --      --
    Growl                5       4
    Tail Whip            9       7
    Softboiled           13      10
    Doubleslap           17      13
    Minimize             23      18
    Sing                 29      23
    Egg Bomb             35      28
    Defense Curl         41      33 
    Light Screen         49      40
    Double-Edge          57      47
    
    # 131 Lapras 
    Type: Water/Ice
    
                         131
    Water Gun            --
    Growl                --
    Sing                 --
    Mist                 8
    Body Slam            15 
    Confuse Ray          22
    Perish Song          29
    Ice Beam             36
    Rain Dance           43
    Safeguard            50
    Hydro Pump           57
    
    # 138 Omanyte
    # 139 Omastar 
    Type: Water/Rock
    
                         138     139
    Constrict            --      --
    Withdraw             --      --
    Bite                 13     --
    Water Gun            19     --
    Leer                 31     --
    Protect              37     --
    EVOLVES INTO OMASTAR LV. 40
    Spike Cannon         XX     40
    Ancientpower         49     54
    Hydro Pump           55     65
    
    # 140 Kabuto
    # 141 Kabutops 
    Type: Water/Rock
    
                         140    141
    Scratch              --     --
    Harden               --     --
    Absorb               10     --
    Leer                 19     --
    Sand-Attack          28     --
    Endure               37     --
    EVOLVES INTO KABUTOPS AT LEVEL 40
    Slash                XX     40
    Mega Drain           46     55
    Ancientpower         55     65
    
    # 142 Aerodactyl 
    Type: Rock/Flying
    
                         142
    Wing Attack          --
    Agility              8
    Bite                 15
    Supersonic           22
    Ancientpower         29
    Scary Face           36
    Take Down            43
    Hyper Beam           50
    
    # 143 Snorlax 
    Type: Normal
    
                         143
    Tackle               --
    Amnesia              8
    Defense Curl         15
    Belly Drum           22
    Headbutt             29
    Snore                36
    Rest                 36
    Body Slam            43
    Rollout              50
    Hyper Beam           57
    
    # 1 Bulbasaur
    # 2 Ivysaur
    # 3 Venusaur 
    Type: Grass/Poison
    
                         001     002     003
    Tackle               --      --      --
    Growl                4       --      --
    Leech Seed           7       --      --
    Vine Whip            10      --      --
    Poison Powder        15      --      --
    Sleep Powder         15      --      --
    Razor Leaf           20      22      --
    Sweet Scent          25      29      --
    Growth               32      38      41
    Synthesis            39      47      53
    Solarbeam            46      56      65
    
    # 4 Charmander       Fire
    # 5 Charmeleon       Fire
    # 6 Charizard        Fire/Flying
    
                         004     005     006
    Scratch              --      --      --
    Growl                --      --      --
    Ember                7       --      --
    Smokescreen          13      --      --
    Rage                 20      --      --
    Scary Face           25      27      --
    Flamethrower         31      34      --
    Wing Attack          XX      XX      36
    Slash                37      41      44
    Dragon Rage          43      48      54
    Fire Spin            49      55      64
    
    # 7 Squirtle
    # 8 Wartortle
    # 9 Blastoise 
    Type: Water
    
                         007     008     009
    Tackle               --      --      --
    Tail Whip            4       --      --
    Bubble               7       --      --
    Withdraw             10      --      --
    Water Gun            13      --      --
    Bite                 18      19      --
    Rapid Spin           23      25      --
    Protect              28      31      --
    Rain Dance           33      37      42
    Skull Bash           40      45      55
    Hydro Pump           47      53      68
    
    # 144 Articuno 
    Type: Ice/Flying
    
                         144
    Gust                 --
    Powder Snow          --
    Mist                 13
    Agility              25
    Mind Reader          37
    Ice Beam             49
    Reflect              61
    Blizzard             73
    
    # 145 Zapdos 
    Type: Electric/Flying
    
    
                         145
    Peck                 --
    Thundershock         -- 
    Thunder Wave         13
    Agility              25
    Detect               37
    Drill Peck           49
    Light Screen         61
    Thunder              73
    
    # 146 Moltres 
    Type: Fire/Flying
    
                         146
    Wing Attack          --
    Ember                --
    Fire Spin            13
    Agility              25
    Endure               37
    Flamethrower         49
    Safeguard            61
    Sky Attack           73
    
    # 243 Raikou 
    Type: Electric
    
                         243
    Bite                 --
    Leer                 --
    Thundershock         11
    Roar                 21
    Quick Attack         31
    Spark                41
    Reflect              51 
    Crunch               61
    Thunder              71
    
    # 244 Entei 
    Type: Fire
    
                         244
    Bite                 --
    Leer                 --
    Ember                11
    Roar                 21
    Fire Spin            31
    Stomp                41
    Flamethrower         51
    Swagger              61
    Fire Blast           71
    
    # 245 Suicune 
    Type: Water
    
                         245
    Bite                 --
    Leer                 --
    Bubble Beam          11
    Rain Dance           21
    Gust                 31
    Aurora Beam          41
    Mist                 51
    Mirror Coat          61
    Hydro Pump           71
    
    # 147 Dratini        Dragon
    # 148 Dragonair      Dragon
    # 149 Dragonite      Dragon/Flying
    
                         147     148     149
    Wrap                 --      --      --
    Leer                 --      --      --
    Thunder Wave         8       --      --
    Twister              15      --      --
    Dragon Rage          22      --      --
    Slam                 29      --      --
    Agility              36      38      --
    Safegurard           43      48      --
    Wing Attack          XX      XX      55
    Outrage              50      56      61
    Hyper Beam           57      65      75
    
    # 246 Larvitar       Rock/Ground
    # 247 Pupitar        Rock/Ground
    # 248 Tyranitar      Rock/Dark
    
                         246     247     248
    Bite                 --      --      --
    Leer                 --      --      --
    Sandstorm            8       --      --
    Screech              15      --      --
    Rock Slide           22      --      --
    Thrash               29      --      --
    Scary Face           36      38      --
    Crunch               43      47      --
    Earthquake           50      56      61 
    Hyper Beam           57      65      75
    
    # 249 Lugia 
    Type: Psychic/Flying
    
                         249
    Aeroblast            --
    Safeguard            11
    Gust                 22
    Recover              33
    Hydro Pump           44
    Rain Dance           55 
    Swift                66
    Whirlwind            77
    Ancientpower         88
    Future Sight         99
    
    # 250 Ho-oh 
    Type: Fire/Flying
    
                         250
    Sacred Fire          --
    Safeguard            11
    Gust                 22
    Recover              33
    Fire Blast           44
    Sunny Day            55
    Swift                66
    Whirlwind            77
    Ancientpower         88
    Future Sight         99
    
    # 150 Mewtwo 
    Type: Psychic
    
                         150
    Confusion            --
    Disable              --
    Barrier              11
    Swift                22
    Psych Up             33
    Future Sight         44
    Mist                 55
    Psychic              66
    Amnesia              77
    Recover              88
    Safeguard            99
    
    # 151 Mew 
    Type: Psychic
    
                         151
    Pound                --
    Transform            10
    Mega Punch           20
    Metronome            30
    Psychic              40
    Ancientpower         50
    
    # 251 Celebi 
    Type: Psychic/Grass
    
                         251
    Leech Seed           --
    Confusion            --
    Recover              --
    Heal Bell            --
    Safeguard            10
    Ancientpower         20
    Future Sight         30
    Baton Pass           40
    Perish Song          50
    
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    7.1 EXPERIENCE GROWTH CHART
    ========================================================================
    
    EXPERIENCE GROWTH
    Please be aware that the pokemon with the negative numbers represent
    immposiblities but are shown because thats the way it is.
    
    @Level      Slowest Growth at begining------------------->Fastest Growth
    0           0               0              0              -140
    1           1               1              0              -54
    2           10              8              6              9
    3           33              27             21             57
    4           80              64             51             96
    5           156             125            100            135
    6           270             216            172            179
    7           428             343            274            236
    8           640             512            409            314
    9           911             729            583            419
    10          1250            1000           800            560
    11          1663            1331           1064           742
    12          2160            1728           1382           973
    13          2746            2197           1757           1261
    14          3430            2744           2195           1612
    15          4218            3375           2700           2035
    16          5120            4096           3276           2535
    17          6141            4913           3930           3120
    18          7290            5832           4665           3798
    19          8573            6859           5487           4575
    20          10000           8000           6400           5460
    21          11576           9261           7408           6458
    22          13310           10648          8518           7577
    23          15208           12167          9733           8825
    24          17280           13824          11059          10208
    25          19531           15625          12500          11735
    26          21970           17576          14060          13411
    27          24603           19683          15746          15244
    28          27440           21952          17561          17242
    29          30486           24389          19511          19411
    30          33750           27000          21600          21760
    31          37238           29791          23832          24294
    32          40960           32768          26214          27021
    33          44921           35937          28749          29949
    34          49130           39304          31443          33084
    35          53593           42875          34300          36435
    36          58320           46656          37324          40007
    37          63316           50653          40522          43808
    38          68590           54872          43897          47846
    39          74148           59319          47455          52127
    40          80000           64000          51200          56660
    41          86151           68921          55136          61450
    42          92610           74088          59270          66505
    43          99383           79507          63605          71833
    44          106480          85184          68147          77440
    45          113906          91125          72900          83335
    46          121670          97336          77868          89523
    47          129778          103823         83058          96012
    48          138240          110592         88473          102810
    49          147061          117649         94119          109923
    50          156250          125000         100000         117360
    51          165813          132651         106120         125126
    52          175760          140608         112486         133229
    53          186096          148877         119101         141677
    54          196830          157464         125971         150476
    55          207968          166375         133100         159635
    56          219520          175616         140492         169159
    57          231491          185193         148154         179056
    58          243890          195112         156089         189334
    59          256723          205379         164303         199999
    60          270000          216000         172800         211060
    61          283726          226981         181584         222522
    62          297910          238328         190662         234393
    63          312558          250047         200037         246681
    64          327680          262144         209715         259392
    65          343281          274625         219700         272535
    66          359370          287496         229996         286115
    67          375953          300763         240610         300140
    68          393040          314432         251545         314618
    69          410636          328509         262807         329555
    70          428750          343000         274400         344960
    71          447388          357911         286328         360838
    72          466560          373248         298598         377197
    73          486271          389017         311213         394045
    74          506530          405224         324179         411388
    75          527343          421875         337500         429235
    76          548720          438976         351180         447591
    77          570666          456533         365226         466464
    78          593190          474552         379641         485862
    79          616298          493039         394431         505791
    80          640000          512000         409600         526260
    81          664301          531441         425152         547274
    82          689210          551368         441094         568841
    83          714733          571787         457429         590969
    84          740880          592704         474163         613664
    85          767656          614125         491300         636935
    86          795070          636056         508844         660787
    87          823128          658503         526802         685228
    88          851840          681472         545177         710266
    89          881211          704969         563975         735907
    90          911250          729000         583200         762160
    91          941963          753571         602856         789030
    92          973360          778688         622950         816525
    93          1005446         804357         643485         844653
    94          1038230         830584         664467         873420
    95          1071718         857375         685900         902835
    96          1105920         884736         707788         932903
    97          1140841         912673         730138         963632
    98          1176490         941192         752953         995030
    99          1212873         970299         776239         1027103
    100         1250000         1000000        800000         1059860
    
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    8. MOVE LIST
    ========================================================================
    
    Name           Type    Power  PP   Accuracy
    Other information about the attack
    
    Absorb         Grass   20     20   99.6 %       
    Heals your active pokemon of half dealt damage
    
    Acid           Poison  40     20   99.6 %
    Lowers oppoents defense 10% of the time
    
    Acid Armor     Poison  --     40   --
    Doubles your active pokemon's Defense
    
    Aeroblast      Flying  100    5    94.6 %
    Scores Criticals more
    
    Agility        Psychic --     30   --
    Doubles your active pokemon's Speed
    
    Amnesia        Psychic --     20   --
    Doubles your active pokemon's Special Defense
    
    Ancientpower   Rock    60     5    99.6 %
    Raises your active pokemon Attack, Defense, Speed, Special Attack and 
    Special Defense 10% of the time
    
    Attract        Normal  --     10   99.6 %
    Inflicts opponent with love if opposite gender.
    
    Aurora Beam    Ice     65     20   99.6 %
    Lowers defending pokemon's Attack 10% of the time
    
    Barrage        Normal  15     20   85
    Hits 2-5 times per use
    
    Barrier        Psychic --     30   --
    Doubles your active pokemon's Defense for 5 turns, passes on with 
    switches
    
    Baton Pass     Normal  --     40   --
    Switches Pokemon, gives new Pokemon any affects of attacks other then 
    dmage to new active, i.e. Curse or Perish Count
    
    Beat Up        Dark    10     10   99.6 %
    Each healthy Pokemon strikes with 10 damage.
    
    Belly Drum     Normal  --     10   --
    Raises your active pokemon's Attack to max but takes 1/2 of max HP
    
    Bide           Normal  --     10   99.6 %
    Your active pokemon waits 2-3 turns, then returns damage recieved in 
    double.
    
    Bind           Normal  15     10   74.6 
    Defending pokemon trapped for 2-5 turns
    
    Bite           Dark    60     25   99.6 %
    Defending pokemon flinches 30% of the time
    
    Blizzard       Ice     120    5    69.6 %
    Defending pokemon is frozen 10% of the time
    
    Body Slam      Normal  85     15   99.6 %
    Defending pokemon is paralyzed 30% of the time
    
    Bone Club      Ground  65     20   84.6 %
    Defending pokemon flinches 10% of the time
    
    Bone Rush      Ground  25     10   79.6 
    Hits 2-5 times per use
    
    Bonemerang     Ground  50     10   89.6 %
    Hits twice each time
    
    Bubble         Water   20     30   99.6 %
    Lowers defending pokemon's Speed 10% of the time
    
    Bubblebeam     Water   65     20   99.6 %
    Lowers defending pokemon's Speed 10% of the time
    
    Charm          Normal  --     20   99.6 %
    Reduces defending pokemon's attack by a half
    
    Clamp          Water   35     10   74.6 %
    Defending pokemon trapped for 2-5 turns
    
    Comet Punch    Normal  18     15   84.6 %
    Hits 2-5 times per use
    
    Confuse Ray    Ghost   --     10   99.6 %
    Confuses defending pokemon
    
    Confusion      Psychic 50     25   99.6 
    Confuses defending pokemon 10% of the time
    
    Constrict      Normal  10     35   99.6 %
    Lowers defending pokemon's Speed 10% of the time
    
    Conversion     Normal  --     30   --
    Changes your active pokemon's type to be the same as the defending 
    pokemon
    
    Conversion2    Normal  --     30   --
    Changes your active pokemon's type to be resistant to last attack used 
    by the defending pokemon.
    
    Cotton Spore   Grass   --     40   84.6 %
    Halves defending pokemons speed
    
    Counter        Fighting--     20   99.6 %
    Goes second, deals double damage received if it was by a physical attack
    
    Crabhammer     Water   90     10   84.6 %
    Scores Critical hits more
    
    Cross Chop     Fighting100    5    79.6 %
    Scores Critical hits more
    
    Crunch         Dark    80     15   99.6 
    Lowers defending pokemon's Spec. Defense 10% of the time
    
    Curse          ????    --     10   --
    Ghost Pokemon who use this attack cut there health by half to place a 
    curse on the defending pokemon (Curses deal a qaurter damage every 
    turn).  Other Pokemon reduce speed to enhance attack and defense
    
    Cut            Normal  50     30   94.6 %
    
    Defense Curl   Normal  --     40   --
    Raises Defense, Rollout starts with 20 next turn
    
    Destiny Bond   Ghost   --     5    --
    If your active pokemon faints next turn it takes defending pokemon down 
    with it.
    
    Detect         Fighting--     5    100 %
    Prevents round of damage, accuracy halves with successive uses 
    
    Dig            Ground  60     10   99.6 %
    Turn 1 dig, is protected from many attacks, turn 2 attack
    
    Disable        Normal  --     20   54.6 
    Defending pokemon's last move is disabled
    
    Dizzy Punch    Normal  70     20   99.6 %
    Confuses defending pokemon 20% of the time
    
    Double-Edge    Normal  120    10   99.6 %
    A quarter recoil damage is done
    
    Double Kick    Fighting30     30   99.6 %
    Attack twice
    
    Doubleslap     Normal  15     10   84.6 %
    Attacks 2-5 times per use
    
    Double Team    Normal  --     15   --
    Raises your active pokemon's Evade
    
    Dragon Rage    Dragon  --     10   99.6 %
    Always does 40 damage
    
    Dragonbreath   Dragon  60     20   99.6 % 
    Paralyzes defending pokemon 20% of the time
    
    Dream Eater    Psychic 100    15   99.6 %
    Defending pokemon must be asleep, 1/2 of damage done returned to your 
    active pokemon
    
    Drill Peck     Flying  80     20   99.6 %
    
    Dynamicpunch   Fighting100    5    49.6 
    Confuses defending pokemon if it hits
    
    Earthquake     Ground  100    10   99.6 %
    Double damage if defending pokemon is Digging
    
    Egg Bomb       Normal  100    10   74.6 %
    
    Ember          Fire    40     25   99.6 
    Burns defending pokemon 10% of the time
    
    Encore         Normal  --     5    99.6 %
    Defending pokemon repeats last move for the next 2-5 turns
    
    Endure         Normal  --     10   100 %
    Your active pokemon will stay with 1 HP this turn, Accuracy decreases 
    with each succesive hit
    
    Explosion      Normal  250    5    99.6 %
    Your active pokemon faints, for calculation oppoents defense is halved
    
    Extremespeed   Normal  80     5    99.6 %
    Your active pokemon attacks first
    
    Faint Attack   Dark    60     20   --
    Always hits, unless Dig/Fly is used
    
    False Swipe    Normal  40     40   99.6 %
    Cannot faint defending pokemon
    
    Fire Blast     Fire    120    5    84.6 %
    Burns defending pokemon 10% of the time
    
    Fire Punch     Fire    75     15   99.6 %
    Burns defending pokemon 10% of the time
    
    Fire Spin      Fire    15     15   69.6 %                             
    Defending pokemon is trapped in a fire whirl for 2-5 turns
    
    Fissure        Ground  --     5    29.6 %                             
    One hit KO if succesful, faints digging foes always
    
    Flail          Normal  --     15   99.6 %                               
    Damage increases as the damage on your active pokemon increases
    
    Flame Wheel    Fire    60     25   99.6 %
    Burns defending pokemon 10% of the time, unFreezes
    
    Flamethrower   Fire    95     15   99.6 %
    Burns defending pokemon 10% of the time
    
    Flash          Normal  --     20   69.6 
    Lowers defending pokemon's Accuracy
    
    Fly            Flying  70     15   94.6 %
    Your active pokemon flies to air, avoiding all attacks except Gust, 
    Thunder and Twister and on turn 2 attacks.
    
    Focus Energy   Normal  --     30   --
    Rises critical hit ratio.
    
    Foresight      Normal  --     40   --
    Normalizes evasion and ghosts lose resistance
    
    Frustration    Normal  --     20   99.6 %
    Stronger with disloyal Pokemon
    
    Fury Attack    Normal  15     20   84.6 %
    Hits 2-5 times per use
    
    Fury Cutter    Bug     10     20   94.6 %
    Damage double each consecutive use.
    
    Fury Swipe     Normal  15     15   84.6 %
    Hits 2-5 times per use
    
    Future Sight   Psychic 80     15   89.6 %
    Hits 2 turns after use
    
    Giga Drain     Grass   60     5    99.6 %
    1/2 of damage done given to your active pokemon
    
    Glare          Normal  --     30   74.6 %
    Paralyzes
    
    Growl          Normal  --     40   --
    Lowers defending pokemon's Attack
    
    Growth         Normal  --     40   --
    Raises your active pokemon's Special Attack
    
    Guillotine     Normal  --     5    29.6 %
    One Hit KO if succesful
    
    Gust           Flying  40     35   99.6 %
    Deals double damage to flying Pokemon
    
    Harden         Normal  --     40   --         
    Raises your active pokemon's Defense
    
    Haze           Ice     --     30   --         
    Cancels out all effects of attacks other than damage
    
    Headbutt       Normal  70     15   99.6 %       
    Defending pokemons flinch 30 % of the time
    
    Heal Bell      Normal  --     5    --
    Heals all ailmets form your active pokemon and its teammates
    
    Hi Jump Kick   Fighting85     20   89.6 %
    If missed, your active pokemon takes 1/8 of the damage that would've 
    been done
    
    Hidden Power   Normal  --     15   99.6 
    This attack counts as if it comes from type x
    Type x is a type chosen by the DV's of a Pokemon
    The strength is also calaculated by DV's
    The move counts as a Normal type if you wish to return damage with
    Counter.
    
    Horn Attack    Normal  65     35   99.6 %
    
    Horn Drill     Normal  --     5    29.6 %
    One hit KO if it hits
    
    Hydro Pump     Water   120    5    79.6 %
    
    Hyper Beam     Normal  150    5    89.6 %
    Your active pokemon does nothing next turn
    
    Hyper Fang     Normal  80     15   89.6 %
    Defending pokemon flinches 10% of the time
    
    Hypnosis       Psychic --     20   59.6 %
    Defending pokemon falls asleep if it hits
    
    Ice Beam       Ice     95     10   99.6 %
    Freezes defending pokemon 10% of the time
    
    Ice Punch      Ice     75     15   99.6 %
    Freezes defending pokemon 10% of the time
    
    Icy Wind       Ice     55     15   94.6 %
    Lowers defending pokemon's Speed 10% the time
    
    Iron Tail      Steel   100    15   74.6 %
    Lowers defending pokemon's Defense 30% of the time
    
    Jump Kick      Fighting70     25   94.6 %
    If missed, your active pokemon takes 1/8 of the damage that would've 
    been done
    
    Karate Chop    Fighting50     25   99.6 %
    High Critical Hit %
    
    Kinesis        Psychic --     15   79.6 %
    Lowers defending pokemon's Accuracy
    
    Leech Life     Bug     20     15   99.6 %
    1/2 of damage done goes to the your active pokemon
    
    Leech Seed     Grass   --     10   89.6 %
    Steals some HP from defending pokemon until it leaves the fight
    
    Leer           Normal  --     30   99.6 %
    Lowers defending pokemon's Defense
    
    Lick           Ghost   20     30   99.6 %
    Paralyzes defending pokemon 30% of the time
    
    Light Screen   Psychic --     30   --
    Your active pokemon's Pokemon take 1/2 damage from special attacks for 5
    rounds
    
    Lock-On        Normal  --     5    99.6 %
    Next move hits without fail unless either Pokemon is switched
    
    Lovely Kiss    Normal  --     15   74.6 %
    Defending pokemon falls asleep
    
    Low Kick       Fighting50     20   89.6 %
    Defending pokemon flinches 30% of the time
    
    Mach Punch     Fighting40     30   99.6 %
    Your active pokemon attacks first
    
    Magnitude      Ground  --     30   99.6 %
    Power varies from 10 - 150
    
    Mean Look      Normal  --     5    --
    Your active pokemon traps the defending pokemon until your active 
    pokemon leaves play.
    
    Meditate       Psychic --     40   --
    Raises your active pokemon's Attack
    
    Mega Drain     Grass   40     10   99.6 %
    One half of damage dealt is healed from your active pokemon
    
    Mega Kick      Normal  120    5    74.6 %       --
    
    Mega Punch     Normal  80     20   84.6 %       --
    
    Megahorn       Bug     120    10   84.6 %       --
    
    Metal Claw     Steel   50     35   94.6 %
    Raises your active pokemon's Attack 10% of the time
    
    Metronome      Normal  --     10   --
    Randomly uses any attack
    
    Milk Drink     Normal  --     10   --
    Heals 1/2 HP
    
    Mimic          Normal  --     10   99.6 %
    Copies last attack used until your active pokemon leaves battle
    
    Mind Reader    Normal  --     5    99.6 %
    Next move has perfect accuracy unless either Pokemon switches
    
    Minimize       Normal  --     20   --
    Raises your active pokemon's Evade
    
    Mirror Coat    Psychic --     20   99.6 %
    Attack second, if damaged by a special attack deals damage equal to 
    double that was recieved
    
    Mirror Move    Flying  --     20   --
    Your active pokemon uses last move done by defending pokemon
    
    Mist           Ice     --     30   --
    Prevents moves that lower your active pokemons stats
    
    Moonlight      Normal  --     5    --
    Restores HP depending on when it is used, best during the night
    
    Morning Sun    Normal  --     5    --
    Restores HP depending on when it is used, best during the night
    
    Mud-Slap       Ground  20     10   99.6 %
    Lowers defending pokemon's Accuracy
    
    Night Shade    Ghost   --     15   99.6 %
    Damage is equal to level of your active pokemon
    
    Nightmare      Ghost   --     15   99.6 %
    Takes 1/4 of defending pokemon's HP while they sleep
    
    Octazooka      Water   65     10   84.6 %
    Lowers defending pokemon's Accuracy 50% of the time
    
    Outrage        Dragon  90     15   99.6 %
    Attacks for 2-3 rounds, then your active pokemon is Confused
    
    Pain Split     Normal  --     20   99.6 %
    Takes all damage dealt to your active pokemon and defending pokemon, 
    Combines it, splits in half distributes both halves to your active 
    pokemon and defending pokemon 
    
    Pay Day        Normal  40     20   99.6 %
    Winner recieves $ equal to twice the level of your active pokemon (each 
    time it is used it increases)
    
    Peck           Flying  35     35   99.6 %
    
    Perish Song    Normal  --     5    --
    Each Pokemon has a Perish counter, clicking away each turn unless they 
    switch
    
    Petal Dance    Grass   70     20   99.6 %
    Attacks for 2-3 rounds, then your active pokemon is Confused
    
    Pin Missile    Bug     14     20   84.6 %
    Attacks 2-5 times per turn
    
    Poison Gas     Poison  --     40   54.6 %
    Defending pokemon is Poisoned
    
    Poisonpowder   Poison  --     35   74.6 %
    Defending pokemon is Poisoned
    
    Poison Sting   Poison  15     35   99.6 %
    Defending pokemon is Poisoned 30% of the time
    
    Pound          Normal  40     35   99.6 %
    
    Powder Snow    Ice     40     25   99.6 %
    Defending pokemon is frozen 10% of the time
    
    Present        Normal  --     15   94.6 %
    1 of 4 effects is chosen, a strenght 40, 80. 120 attack or 80 HP is 
    healed
    
    Protect        Normal  --     10   --
    Defending pokemons attack deals nothing to your active pokemon, accuracy
    declines each consecutive use.
    
    Psybeam        Psychic 65     20   99.6 %
    Confuses defending pokemon 10% of the time
    
    Psych Up       Normal  --     10   -- 
    Your active pokemon gains any status affects on the defending pokemon
    
    Psychic        Psychic 90     10   99.6 %
    Lowers defending pokemon's Spec. Def 10% of the time
    
    Psywave        Psychic --     15   79.6 %
    Damage = between 1 and 1.5 x your active pokemon's level
    
    Pursuit        Dark    40     20   99.6 %
    Double damage if defending pokemon switched Pokemon
    
    Quick Attack   Normal  40     30   99.6 %
    Your active pokemon attacks first
    
    Rage           Normal  20     20   99.6 %
    If attacked, the your active pokemons attack rises
    
    Rain Dance     Water   --     5    --
    For 5 rounds, Water moves deal double damage, fire deal half damage, 
    Thunder has 99.6 % accuracy, Solarbeam has strength 60 and healing moves 
    only heal a quarter of the your active pokemon's health
    
    Rapid Spin     Normal  20     40   99.6 %
    Escapes from Fire Spin, Bind, Wrap, Spikes and Leech Seed
    
    Razor Leaf     Grass   55     25   94.6 %
    Scores criticals more
    
    Razor Wind     Normal  80     15   74.6 %
    Scores criticals more
    
    Recover        Normal  --     20   --
    Returns 1/2 of max HP to your active pokemon
    
    Reflect        Psychic --     30   --
    Causes a shield doubling defense for 5 turns, can be passed
    
    Rest           Psychic --     10   --
    Restores all HP then your active pokemons fall asleep
    
    Return         Normal  --     20   99.6 %
    Gains power if Pokemon is happy
    
    Reversal       Fighting--     15   99.6 %
    Lower health remaining, the more damage that can be dealt
    
    Roar           Normal  --     20   --
    Against wild Pokemon scares them away in trainer duels forces a random 
    switch
    
    Rock Slide     Rock    75     10   89.6 %
    Defending pokemon flinches 30% of the time
    
    Rock Smash     Fighting20     15   99.6 %
    Lowers defending pokemon's defense
    
    Rock Throw     Rock    50     15   89.6 %
    
    Rolling Kick   Fighting60     15   84.6 %
    Defending pokemon flinches 30% of the time
    
    Rollout        Rock    30     20   89.6 %
    Lasts 5 turns, damage doubles every round without a miss
    
    Sacred Fire    Fire    100    5    94.6 %
    Burns defending pokemon 50% of the time
    
    Safeguard      Normal  --     25   --
    Ailments do not affect your Pokemon for 5 turns
    
    Sand-Attack    Ground  --     15   99.6 %       
    Lowers your active pokemon's Accuracy
    
    Sandstorm      Rock    --     10   --
    Deals damage in between all turns to any non-rock, ground or steel 
    pokemon
    
    Scary Face     Normal  --     10   89.6 %
    Cuts defending pokemon's Speed in half
    
    Scratch        Normal  40     35   99.6 %
    
    Screech        Normal  --     40   84.6 %       
    Cuts defending pokemon's Defense in half
    
    Seismic Toss   Fighting--     20   99.6 %       
    Damage is equal to level of your active pokemon
    
    Selfdestruct   Normal  200    5    99.6 %       
    Your active pokemon faints
    
    Shadow Ball    Ghost   80     15   99.6 %       
    Lowers defending pokemon's Spec. Def 20% of the time
    
    Sharpen        Normal  --     30   --         
    Raises your active pokemon's Attack
    
    Sing           Normal  --     15   54.6 %       
    Defending pokemon falls asleep
    
    Sketch         Normal  --     1    --
    Permanetly copies defending pokemons last move
    
    Skull Bash     Normal  100    15   99.6 %
    Turn 1 lowers head, raising defense and turn 2 it attacks.
    
    Sky Attack     Flying  140    5    89.6 %
    Your active pokemon charges on turn 1, attacks on Turn 2 (hopefully)
    
    Slam           Normal  80     20   74.6 %
    
    Slash          Normal  70     15   99.6 %
    Critical hits more frequently
    
    Sleep Powder   Grass   --     15   74.6 %       
    Defending pokemon is asleep
    
    Sleep Talk     Normal  --     10    --
    Uses another of your active pokemons attacks if asleep
    
    Sludge         Poison  65     20   99.6 %       
    Poisons defending pokemon 30% of the time
    
    Sludge Bomb    Poison  90     10   99.6 %       
    Poisons defending pokemon 30% of the time
    
    Smog           Poison  20     20   69.6 %       
    Poisons defending pokemon 50% of the time
    
    Smokescreen    Normal  --     20   99.6 %       
    Lowers defending pokemon's Accuracy
    
    Snore          Normal  40     15   99.6 %       
    Defending pokemon flinches 30% of the time, your active pokemon must be 
    asleep
    
    Softboiled     Normal  --     10   --
    Heals half health
    
    Solarbeam      Grass   120    10   99.6 %
    Turn 1 your active pokemon charges and turn 2 it attacks in normal
    circumstances, 1 turn during a Sunny Day and 60 strength in Rain Dance.
    
    Sonicboom      Normal  --     20   89.6 %       
    Always does 20 damage
    
    Spark          Electric65     20   99.6 %
    30 % Paralysis rate
    
    Spider Web     Bug     --     10   99.6 %
    Defending pokemon may not retreat
    
    Spike Cannon   Normal  20     15   99.6 %       
    Attacks 2-5 times per turn
    
    Spikes         Normal  15     20   84.6 %
    If the defending pokemon switches the new active takes an eight of its 
    maximum health unless it is flying
    
    Spite          Ghost   --     10   99.6 %
    Defending pokemons last move loses 2-5 PP
    
    Splash         Normal  --     40   --
    Pokemon splashes about
    
    Spore          Grass   --     15   --
    Defending pokemon falls asleep
    
    Steel Wing     Steel   70     25   89.6 %       
    Raises your active pokemon's Defense 10% of the time
    
    Stomp          Normal  65     20   99.6 %       
    Defending pokemon flinches 30% of the time
    
    Strength       Normal  80     15   99.6 %
    
    String Shot    Bug     --     40   94.6 
    Lowers defending pokemon's Speed
    
    Struggle       Normal  50     --   99.6 
    All Pokemon use this when their moves run out of PP. Has a quarter 
    recoil
    
    Stun Spore     Grass   --     30   74.6 %
    Defending pokemon becomes paralyzed
    
    Submission     Fighting80     25   79.6 %
    Has a quarter recoil
    
    Substitute     Normal  --     10   --
    Your active pokemon gives up a quarter of its health to make a 
    Substitute with a half it health.
    
    Sunny Day      Fire    --     5    --
    For 5 rounds fire attacks do double damage, Solarbeam is a 1 turn 
    attack, All time healing moves heal fully, water attacks do half damage, 
    Thunder hits 49.6 % of the time.
    
    Super Fang     Normal  --     10   89.6 %
    Cuts defending pokemons remaining health in half
    
    Supersonic     Normal  --     20   54.6 %
    Defending pokemon becomes Confused
    
    Surf           Water   95     15   99.6 %
    
    Swagger        Normal  --     10   89.6 %
    Soubles defending pokemons attack while confusing them
    
    Sweet Kiss     Normal  --     10   89.6 %
    Confuses defending pokemon
    
    Sweet Scent    Normal  --     20   99.6 %
    Lowers evasion
    
    Swift          Normal  60     20   --
    Always hits unless defending pokemon is digging or flying.
    
    Swords Dance   Normal  --     30   --
    Doubles your active pokemon's Attack
    
    Synthesis      Grass   --     5    --
    Restores HP with more in the day
    
    Tackle         Normal  35     35   94.6 %
    
    Tail Whip      Normal  --     40   --
    Lowers defending pokemon's Defense
    
    Take Down      Normal  90     20   84.6 %
    Deals a quarter dealt to your active pokemon in recoil
    
    Teleport       Psychic --     20   --
    Escape from Wild Pokemon
    
    Thief          Dark    40     10   99.6 %
    If oppoenents Pokemon has anything attached it is stolen.
    
    Thrash         Normal  90     20   99.6 %
    Attacks for 2-3 rounds, the your active pokemon is Confused
    
    Thunder        Electric120    10   69.6 %
    Paralyzes defending pokemon 10% of the time
    
    Thunder Wave   Electric--     20   99.6 %
    Paralyzes defending pokemon
    
    Thunderbolt    Electric95     15   99.6 %
    aralyzes defending pokemon 10% of the time
    
    Thunderpunch   Electric75     15   99.6 %
    Paralyzes defending pokemon 10% of the time
    
    Thundershock   Electric40     30   99.6 %
    Paralyzes defending pokemon 10% of the time
    
    Toxic          Poison  --     10   84.6 %
    Poisons defending pokemon, poison damage doubles every round until 
    defending pokemon switches or dies.
    
    Transform      Normal  --     10   --
    Your active pokemon retains stats but transforms into a copy of the 
    defending pokemon (moves and look)
    
    Tri Attack     Normal  80     10   99.6 %
    Paralyzes, burns, or freezes the  defending pokemon with eaqual 
    possibilities 20% of the time
    
    Triple Kick    Fighting10     10   89.6 %      
    
    
    Twineedle      Bug     25     20   99.6 %
    Attacks twice per use, poisonsdefending pokemon 20% of the time
    
    Twister        Dragon  40     20   99.6 %
    Defending pokemon flinches 20% of the time
    
    Vicegrip       Normal  55     30   99.6 %
    
    Vine Whip      Grass   35     10   99.6 %
    
    Vital Throw    Fighting70     10   99.6 %
    Your active pokemon goes second, next attack has perfect accuracy
    
    Water Gun      Water   40     25   99.6 %
    
    Waterfall      Water   80     15   99.6 %
    Can swim up waterfalls in field
    
    Whirlpool      Water   15     15   69.6 %
    Defending pokemon trapped for 2-5 turns
    
    Whirlwind      Normal  --     20   99.6 %
    Wild Pokemon run away, trainers must switch, your active pokemon goes 
    2nd
    
    Wing Attack    Flying  65     35   99.6 %
    
    Withdraw       Water   --     40   --
    Raises your active pokemon's Defense
    
    Wrap           Normal  15     20   84.6 %
    Defending pokemon trapped for 2-5 turns
    
    Zap Cannon     Electric100    5    49.6 %
    Paralyzes defending pokemon if it hits
    
    ========================================================================
    8.1 TMS
    ========================================================================
    
    1.   Dynamic Punch
    2.   Headbutt
    3.   Curse
    4.   Rollout
    5.   Roar
    6.   Toxic
    7.   Zap Cannon
    8.   Rock Smash
    9.   Psych Up
    10.  Hidden Power
    11.  Sunny Day
    12.  Sweet Scent
    13.  Snore
    14.  Blizzard
    15.  Hyper Beam
    16.  Icy Wind
    17.  Protect
    18.  Rain Dance
    19.  Giga Drain
    20.  Endure
    21.  Frustration
    22.  Solar Beam
    23.  Iron Tail
    24.  Dragon Breath
    25.  Thunder
    26.  Earthquake
    27.  Return
    28.  Dig
    29.  Psychic
    30.  Shadow Ball
    31.  Mud-Slap
    32.  Double Team
    33.  Ice Punch
    34.  Swagger
    35.  Sleep Talk
    36.  Sludge Bomb
    37.  Sandstorm
    38.  Fire Blast
    39.  Swift
    40.  Defense Curl
    41.  Thunder Punch
    42.  Dream Eater
    43.  Detect
    44.  Rest
    45.  Attract
    46.  Theif
    47.  Steel Wing
    48.  Fire Punch
    49.  Fury Cutter
    50.  Nightmare
    
    ========================================================================
    8.2 HMS
    ========================================================================
    
    1.   Cut
    When used, you can chop down dead trees
    
    2.   Fly
    When used, you can fly from town to town, in that region of the world
    
    3.   Surf
    When used, you swim on water
    
    4.   Strength
    When used Bolders may be moved
    
    5.   Flash
    When used dark caves are light up
    
    6.   Whirlpool
    When used Whirlpools are filled up
    
    7.   Waterfall
    When used Waterfalls may be climbed, WATERFALLS CAN ALWAYS BE TAKEN 
    DOWN.
    
    ========================================================================
    9. BREED
    ========================================================================
    
    Pokemon can breed in Crystal version.  Breeding is a way of passing
    genes,
    trying to get Shining Pokemon, special moves or just a low level Pokemon
    of
    the species.
    
    All Pokemon have 1 of 3 genders, male, female or unkown.  Most Pokemon
    have
    the gender of either male or female, however a few are limited to one
    gender
    (the genderless will not develop a gender and can never have one).  Here
    are
    those limited to one gender,
    
    FEMALE ONLY
    
    Chansey
    Blissey
    Jynx
    Smoochum
    Kangaskan
    Miltank
    Nidoran Female
    Nidorina
    Nidoqueen
    
    MALE ONLY
    
    Nidoran Male
    Nidorino
    Nidoking
    Tauros
    Tyrogue
    Hitmonchan
    Hitmonlee
    Hitmontop
    
    GENDERLESS
    
    Articuno
    Celebi
    Ditto
    Entei
    Ho-oh
    Lugia
    Magnemite
    Magneton
    Mew
    Mewtwo
    Moltres
    Raikou
    Staryu
    Starmie
    Suicune
    Voltorb
    Electrode
    Unown
    Zapdos
    
    When breeding for moves one needs compatible Pokemon with the move. 
    Compatibility is done in 15 groups.
    
    The baby is almost always the mother, the only exception is Ditto when
    the
    baby is the non-Ditto parent
    
    To have a TM/HM passed the father must have it and the baby must be able
    to
    naturally learn it.
    
    To have a level-up move both parents must learn it.
    
    Breeding moves only the father must know.
    
    Here are all the groups
    
    ----NO EGGS
    All members are unable to produce eggs
    
    Articuno
    Celebi
    Cleffa
    Elekid
    Entei
    Ho-oh
    Igglybuff
    Lugia
    Magby
    Mew
    Mewtwo
    Moltres
    Nidoqueen
    Nidorina
    Pichu
    Raikou
    Smoochum
    Suicune
    Togepi
    Tyrogue
    Unown
    Zapdos
    
    ----PLANT
    
    Bayleef
    Bellosom
    Bellsprout
    Bulbasaur
    Chikorita
    Exeggcute
    Exeggutor
    Gloom
    Hoppip
    Ivysaur
    Jumpluff
    Meganium
    Oddish
    Paras
    Parasect
    Skiploom
    Sunflora
    Sunkern
    Tangela
    Venusaur
    Victreebell
    Vileplume
    Weepinbell
    
    ----BUG
    
    Ariados
    Beedrill
    Butterfree
    Caterpie
    Forretress
    Gligar
    Heracross
    Kakuna
    Ledian
    Ledyba
    Metapod
    Paras
    Parasect
    Pineco
    Pinsir
    Scizor
    Scyther
    Shuckle
    Spinarak
    Venomoth
    Venonat
    Weedle
    Yanma
    
    ----FLYING
    
    Aerodactyl
    Crobat
    Dodrio
    Doduo
    Farfetch'd
    Fearow
    Golbat
    Hoothoot
    Murkrow
    Natu
    Noctowl
    Pidgeot
    Pidgeotto
    Pidgey
    Skarmory
    Spearow
    Togetic
    Xatu
    Zubat
    
    ----HUMANSHAPE
    
    Abra
    Alakazam
    Drowzee
    Electabuzz
    Hitmonchan
    Hitmonlee
    Hitmontop
    Hypno
    Jynx
    Kadabra
    Machamp
    Machoke
    Machop
    Magmar
    Mr. Mime
    
    ----MINERAL
    
    Geodude
    Golem
    Graveler
    Onix
    Steelix
    Sudowoodo
    
    ----INDETERMINATE
    
    Gastly
    Gengar
    Grimer
    Haunter
    Koffing
    Magcargo
    Misdreavous
    Muk
    Slugma
    Weezing
    Wobbufett
    
    ----GROUND (LUCKY SINCE SMEARGLE IS HERE)
    
    Aipom
    Ampharos
    Arbok
    Arcanine
    Cyndaquil
    Delibird
    Dewgong
    Diglett
    Donphan
    Dugtrio
    Dunsparce
    Eevee
    Ekans
    Espeon
    Farfetch'd
    Flaaffy
    Flareon
    Furret
    Girafarig
    Golduck
    Granbull
    Miltank
    Nidoking
    Nidoran Female
    Nidoran Male
    Nidorino
    Ninetails
    Persian
    Phanpy
    Pikachu
    Piloswine
    Ponyta
    Primeape
    Psyduck
    Quagsire
    Quilava
    Raichu
    Rapidash
    Raticate
    Rattata
    Rhydon
    Rhyhorn
    Sandshrew
    Sandslash
    Seel
    Sentret
    Smeargle
    Sneasel
    Snubble
    Stantler
    Swinub
    Tauros
    Teddiursa
    Typhlosion
    Umbreon
    Ursaring
    Vaporeon
    Vulpix
    Wooper
    
    ----WATER 1
    
    Azumarril
    Blastoise
    Corsola
    Crocanaw
    Delibird
    Dewgong
    Dragonair
    Dragonite
    Dratini
    Feraligatr
    Golduck
    Horsea
    Kanuto
    Kabutops
    Kingdra
    Lapras
    Mantine
    Marril
    Octilerry
    Omanyte
    Omastar
    Politoed
    Poliwag
    Poliwhirl
    Poliwrath
    Psyduck
    Quagsire
    Remoraid
    Seadra
    Seel
    Slowbro
    Slowking
    Slowpoke
    Squirtle
    Totodile
    Wartortle
    Wooper
    
    ----WATER 2
    
    Chinchou
    Goldeen
    Gyarados
    Lanturn
    Magikarp
    Octillery
    Qwilfish
    Remoraid
    Seaking
    
    ----WATER 3
    
    Cloyster
    Corsola
    Kabuto
    Kabutops
    Kingler
    Krabby
    Omanyte
    Omastar
    Shellder
    Tentacool
    Tentacruel
    
    ----MONSTER
    
    Ampharos
    Bayleef
    Blastoise
    Bulbasaur
    Charizard
    Charmander
    Charmeleon
    Chikorita
    Croconaw
    Cubone
    Feraligatr
    Flaffy
    Ivysaur
    Kangaskan
    Lapras
    Larvitar
    Lickitung
    Mareep
    Marowak
    Meganium
    Nidoking
    Nidoran Female
    Nidoran Male
    Nidorino
    Pupitar
    Rhydon
    Rhyhorn
    Slowbro
    Slowking
    Slowpoke
    Snorlax
    Squirtle
    Totodile
    Tyranitar
    Venusaur
    Wartortle
    
    ----FAIRY
    
    Azumarril
    Blissey
    Chansey
    Clefable
    Clefairy
    Granbull
    Hopip
    Jugglypuff
    Jumpluff
    Marril
    Pikachu
    Raichu
    Skiploom
    Snubull
    Wigglytyuff
    
    ----DRAGON
    
    
    Arbok
    Charizard
    Charmander
    Charmeleon
    Dragonair
    Dragonite
    Dratini
    Ekans
    Gyarados
    Horsea
    Kingdra
    Magikarp
    Seadra
    
    ----GENDERLESS
    
    Electrode
    Magnemite
    Magneton
    Porygon
    Porygon 2
    Starmie
    Staryu
    Voltorb
    
    ----DITTO
    
    Ditto as one parent
    Any offspring producable parent
    
    How to breed Shining Pokemon is explained in the next section.
    
    ========================================================================
    10. SHINING POKEMON
    ========================================================================
    
    Very rarely you may stumble upon a Pokemon that just before battle 
    shimmers. Upon close inspection (real close sometimes) you notice its 
    colors are different.  This is do to a very selective status gene 
    variety.  
    
    All Pokemon have a gene for 4 of there statistics and the other HP 
    (Health Points not Hidden Power) is determined by those 4.  Genes are 
    what will determine how far of from the final maximum stats (see other 
    guides for those) your Pokemon is.  The ideal Pokemon has 15 in 
    everything.  Each gene away from 15 determines by 2 points how far off 
    the Pokemon is.  
    
    The formula that reveals the Gene at level 100
    (M-Y)/2
    
    with
    M-Max Stat of Specie
    Y-Your specimens Max stat
    
    There is an Attack (also determines gender), defense, speed and a 
    Special (both Special Attack and Special Defense).  Shining Pokemon may 
    have the following genes in those categories.
    
    Attack: 2,3,6,7,A,B,E,F
    Defense: A
    Speed: A
    Special: A
    Therefore the HP can be 8 or 0.  The 8 occurs half of the time while the 
    0 occurs the other half.
    
    Only under those circumstances will your Pokemon be Shining.
    
    Other then the Red Gyarados and maybe the Odd Egg (Crystal Only) there 
    are no guaranteed shining Pokemon.  You can still encounter them but 
    with the odds of 1:4096.
    
    This 1:4096 can be anywhere from your Starter, Extremespeed Dratini, a 
    wild Rattata to even Lugia.
    
    The Odd Egg has a 1:2 Shining normal ratio
    
    They have also been known to be distributed at the Pokemon Center New 
    York in the ratio of 1:8 if they are hatched from Eggs with special
    Moves or a
    guarantee if its a Legendary Pokemon (not including Celebi and Mew).
    
    Genes can be bred.  You can breed Pokemon to be shining.  For the best 
    chances you need a Ditto which can be guaranteed with this trick.
    
    1) Get Shining Gyarados
    2) Send it to RBY and teach it the TM Mimic
    3) Send it back to GSC and delete all moves but Mimic
    4) Send it RBY
    5) Find a wild Ditto
    6) Use Mimic first (YOU MUST BE FASTER) on Transform (duh!)
    7) Have Ditto Transform
    8) Transform into Ditto
    9) Ditto use transform again
    10) Catch Ditto
    11) Check the Health Points, they should be over the allowed Maximum (to 
    get rid of this heal at a Pokemon Center (NOT the New York Store))
    12) Trade it GSC
    13) Look at its light Blue color
    
    Breeding with Ditto has 1:64 chances.
    
    If you don't have RBY you can get 1:64 chances on a Starter with this 
    chain that has to be followed precisely.  To do this you need Shining 
    Gyarados.
    
    M=Male
    F=Female
    
    (Skip 0 if Shining Gyarados is M)
    0) Breed Gyarados (F) with any qualified for Magikarp (M)
    1) Breed Gyarados (M) (or Magikarp (M) baby from 0) with Charmander (F) 
    for a Charmander (F) they are rare 1:8 but possible.
    2) Breed Charmander (F) with a desired Parent for Charmander (M), the 
    baby has a 1:64 chance of being shining because the attack genes 
    (determine gender) are ALL in the M category for Starters.
    
    ---To go beyond Charmander----
    3) Take Charmander (M) (Which may or may not be Shining) and mate it 
    with a Starter (F) make sure the baby is a (F)
    4) Breed the baby girl with a match.
    
    Genes are passed from Father to Daughter or Mother to Son, which is why 
    those work, but if Ditto is involved the genes come from it.
    
    Note---The genes I refer to is the attack gene which determines gender 
    if in that specie both of the genders are possible
     
    If Shining Ditto is a parent the odds are 1:64 
    If a Shining (or properly gened) male mates with a Normal female it is 
    also 1:64 If the baby has a 7:8 chance of being male and its MOTHER has 
    the appropriate genes it is also 1:64, all genes in the male mix.
    
    If the baby has 7:8 chances of being a girl then the odds are 3:256, 
    lacking the E and F genes.
    
    If the baby has a 3:4 chance of being male then the odds are 3:256 
    because only the 2 and 3 are missing. If the baby has a 3:4 chance of 
    being female the odds are also 3:256
    
    Either gender 1:2 have the chances of 1:128
    
    Either gender 1:4 have the chances of 1:256
    
    Males that occur only 1:8 have 1:256 chances (the E and F genes)
    
    Females with 1:8 can NOT be Shining (0 and 1 genes can not cause 
    Shining)
    
    ========================================================================
    11. BATTLE TOWER
    ========================================================================
    
    This is the new Battle Tower exclusive to Pokemon Crystal. Here is all 
    the information I found. The Battle Tower is located west of Olivine 
    City.
    
    In Battle Tower, you fight other in game trainers with Pokemon at 
    certain levels. They are fairly difficult, but proper training and 
    proper team management can beat them. 
    
    Here are the rules:
    
    -    Only 3 Pokemon on a team.
    -    All 3 can't be the same.
    -    They MUST hold different items.
    -    They must be within the level area of the tower.
    
    There is an excellent guide on how to win in the battle tower at
    www.gamefaqs.com
    
    Beware the people in the battle tower cheat!  If you want to Perish trap
    the
    foe you have to go down with it!
    ========================================================================
    12. TRADES
    ========================================================================
    
    The Trade and Battle Centers are only for Gold, Silver and Crystal.  New
    Pokemon have the items there trainers left them with.
    
    The time caspsule is to trade with the original 3 game paks.  Red, Blue 
    and Yellow.  These Pokemon contain always contain an item at first but 
    if a player removes the item, the item is permanetly gone rom that 
    Pokemon.  If the item is replaced the replacement is on until otherwise 
    altered.
    
    This is a list of items in all 3 paks.  (Unless mentioned when a Pokemon
    evolves it keeps the attached item.  (Items in capital letters means 
    there is absolutely no other way to get the item but traded Pokemon.
    
    Abra           TM09 (PSYCH UP)
    Aerodactyl     Bitter Berry
    Arbok          Berry
    Articuno       BRIGHT POWDER
    Bellsprout     Berry
    Bulbasaur      Bitter Berry
    Caterpie       Berry
    Chansey        LUCKY PUNCH
    Charmander     Bitter Berry
    Clefable       Leftovers
    Clefairy       Mystery Berry
    Cubone         Berry
    Dewgong        GOLD LEAF
    Diglett        Berry
    Ditto          METAL POWDER
    Dodrio         Bitter Berry
    Doduo          Berry
    Dratini        Bitter Berry
    Drowzee        Berry
    Dugtrio        Gold Berry
    Eevee          Bitter Berry
    Ekans          Berry
    Electabuzz     Bitter Berry
    Electrode      SILVER LEAF
    Exeggcute      Berry
    Farfetch'd     Bitter Berry
    Fearow         Berry
    Gastly         Berry
    Geodude        Berry
    Gloom          Berry
    Golbat         Berry
    Goldeen        TM 33 (Ice punch)
    Golduck        GOLD LEAF
    Graveler       Berry
    Grimer         Berry
    Growlithe      Berry
    Gyarados       Bitter Berry
    Haunter        Berry
    Hitmonchan     Bitter Berry
    Hitmonlee      Berry
    Horsea         TM 33 (Ice Punch)
    Hypno          GOLD LEAF
    Jigglypuff     POLKADOT BOW
    Jynx           Bitter Berry
    Kabuto         Bitter Berry
    Kakuna         Berry
    Kanagaskan     Bitter Berry
    Kingler        SILVER LEAF
    Koffing        Berry
    Krabby         TM 33 (Ice Punch)
    Lapras         Bitter Berry
    Lickitung      Bitter Berry
    Machoke        Berry
    Machop         BRICK PIECE
    Magikarp       Berry
    Magmar         Bitter Berry
    Magnemite      Berry
    Magneton       SILVER LEAF
    Mankey         Berry
    Marowak        GOLD LEAF
    Meowth         Berry
    Metapod        Berry
    Mew            Bitter Berry
    Mewtwo         BRIGHT POWDER
    Moltres        BRIGHT POWDER
    Mr. Mime       Bitter Berry
    Muk            GOLD LEAF
    Nidoran M/F    TM 43 (Detect)
    Nidorina       Berry
    Nidorino       Berry
    Oddish         Berry
    Omanyte        Bitter Berry
    Onix           Bitter Berry
    Paras          Berry
    Parasect       GOLD LEAF
    Pidgey         Berry
    Pinsir         Bitter Berry
    Poliwag        Berry
    Ponyta         Berry
    Porygon        Bitter Berry
    Primeape       GOLD LEAF
    Psyduck        Berry
    Raichu         GOLD LEAF
    Rapidash       SILVER LEAF
    Raticate       Berry
    Rattata        Berry
    Rhydon         GOLD LEAF
    Rhyhorn        Berry
    Sandshrew      Berry
    Scyther        Bitter Berry
    Seadra         GOLD LEAF
    Seaking        SILVER LEAF
    Seel           Berry
    Shellder       Berry
    Slowbro        GOLD LEAF
    Slowpoke       Berry
    Snorlax        Leftovers
    Spearow        Berry
    Squirtle       Bitter Berry
    Staryu         TM 33 (Ice Punch)
    Tangela        Bitter Berry
    Tauros         Bitter Berry
    Tentacool      Berry
    Tentacruel     SILVER LEAF
    Venomoth       GOLD LEAF
    Venonat        Berry
    Voltorb        Berry
    Vulpix         Berry
    Weedle         Berry
    Weepinbel      Berry
    Weezing        SILVER LEAF
    Wigglytuff     Gold Berry
    Zapdos         BRIGHT POWDER
    Zubat          Berry
    
    Red and Blue only
    
    Dragonair      Bitter Berry
    Kadabra        Berry
    Pikachu        Berry
    
    Yellow Only
    
    Dragonair      Protein
    Kadabra        TWISTED SPOON
    Pikachu        LIGHT BALL
    
    Pokemon Stadium 1 rewards
    
    Psyduck        Calcium
    Round 1        Normal Box (contains Silver Trophy for room)
    Round 2        Gorgeous Box (contains Gold Trophy for room)
    
    The cable link may also trigger evolution, certain ones may require an 
    item attached
    
    Without items
    
    Graveler------>Golem
    Haunter------->Gengar
    Kadabra------->Alakazam
    Machoke------->Machamp
    
    With King's Rock
    
    Poliwhirl----->Politoed
    Slowpoke------>Slowking
    
    With Metal Coat
    
    Onix---------->Steelix
    Scyther------->Scizor
    
    With Dragon Scale
    
    Seadra-------->Kingdra
    
    With Upgrade
    
    Porygon------->Porygon2
    
    ========================================================================
    13. MYSTERY GIFT
    ========================================================================
    
    *Most of this portion was supplied by Uriel3ca3 of the gamefaqs
    messageboard*
    
    You can Mystery gift with a GameBoy Color or a Pokemon Pikachu 2 only 
    with a Gameboy Color.
    
    Build up watts with your Pokemon Pikachu 2 and then use the Infrared 
    port to get special items.
    
    Pocket Pikachu 2 Watt Trade
    
    0-99           Mail
    100-199        Berry
    200-299        Bitter Berry
    300-399        Great Ball
    400-499        Max Repel
    500-599        Ether
    600-699        Miracle Berry
    700-799        Gold Berry
    800-899        Elixir
    900-998        Revive
    999-9998       Rare Candy
    9999           Mirage Mail
    
    GBC to GBC
    
    Items (the more stars the rarer its on a steep curve too), pick up at 
    any Pokemon Center on the second floor from the man behind the counter 
    with the PC.
    
    Berry          *
    BitterBerry    *
    Burnt Berry    *
    Dire Hit       *
    Eon Mail       *
    Gaurd Spec.    *
    Ice Berry      *
    Mint Berry     *
    Morph Mail     *
    Music Mail     *
    Przcureberry   *
    Psncureberry   *
    X Accuracy     *
    X Attack       *
    X Defend       *
    X Special      *
    Elixir         **
    Ether          **
    Gold Berry     **
    Great Ball     **
    Max Repel      **
    MiracleBerry   **
    Revive         **
    Super Repel    **
    Fire Stone     ***
    Leaf Stone     ***
    Magnifier      ***
    Max Elixir     ***
    Max Ether      ***
    Max Revive     ***
    Thunderstone   ***
    Water Stone    ***
    HP UP          ****
    PP UP          ****
    
    Room Decorations
    These are in there specific category, your mother may buy you some of 
    these.
    
    Dolls
    
    Beedrill       *
    Diglett        *
    Gengar         *
    Geodude        *
    Grimer         *
    Jigglypuff     *
    Machop         *
    Magikarp       *
    Oddish         *
    Poliwag        *
    Shellder       *
    Staryu         *
    Voltorb        *
    Charmander     Mother buys after you save $10000
    Clefairy       Mother buys after you save $30000
    Pikachu        Mother buys after you save $50000
    Bulbasaur      **
    Squirtle       **
    SurfinePikachu ****
    Tentacool      *****
    Unown          *****
    
    Beds
    
    Feathery       Default
    Pink           **
    Polkadot       **
    Pikachu        *****
    
    Carpets
    
    Blue           ***
    Green          ***
    Red            ***
    Yellow         ***
    
    Plants
    
    Magna Plant    **
    Tropic Plant   **
    Jumbo Plant    ***
    Christmas Tree *****
    
    Posters
    
    Town Map       Default
    Clefairy       *
    Jugglypuff     *
    Pikachu        ***
    
    Gamesystems
    *note* all systems receivable in Mystery Gift are copyrights of Nintendo
    
    Super NES      *
    NES            **
    Nintendo 64    **
    Virtual Boy    ***
    
    Big Dolls
    
    Snorlax        Mother buys after you save $100000
    Big Onix       ***
    Big Lapras     ****
    
    There may be more, but that's all I have seen.
    
    ***** means that it can only be obtained from Pokemon Stadium 2 Mystery
    Gift
    at a very rare rarity.
    
    ========================================================================
    14. ITEMS
    ========================================================================
    
    Here is an appendix for all items in the game, it is sorted by groups
    
    Berries (can be used by Pokemon)
    
    Berry          Heals 10         Various Trees
    Berry Juice    Heals 20         Shuckles Make it after much walking
    Bitter Berry   Heals Confusion  Various Trees
    Burnt Berry    Heals Freeze     Various Trees
    Gold Berry     Heals 30         Bug Catching 3rd
    Ice Berry      Heals Burn       Various trees
    Mint Berry     Heals Sleep      Various trees
    Miracle Berry  Heals ailment    Mystery Gift
    Mystery Berry  Heals 5 PP       2 Trees
    Przcureberry   Heals Paralyze   Various Trees
    Psncureberry   Heals Poison     Various Trees
    
    Power-Ups (Items with a * mean its use is temporary)
    
    Calcium        Increase Special Department Stores ($9800)
    Carbos         Increase Speed   Department Stores ($9800)
    Dire Hit*      Critical Hit Up  Stores            ($650)
    
    Fire Stone     Evolves Pokes    Schoolboy Alan    (Free Calls you)
    
                   Eevee----------->Flareon
                   Growlithe------->Arcanine
                   Vulpix---------->Ninetails
    
    Gaurd Spec*    No Stat Drops    Stores            ($700)
    HP UP          Increase HP      Department Stores ($9800)
    Iron           Increase Defense Department Stores ($9800)
    
    Leaf Stone     Evolves Pokes    Picknicker Gina   (Free Calls you)
    
                   Exeggute-------->Exeggutor
                   Gloom----------->Vileplume
                   Weepinbel------->Victreebel
    
    Moon Stone     Evolve Pokes     Mt. Moon, Mon nite
    
                   Clefairy-------->Clefable
                   Jigglypuff------>Wigglytuf
                   Nidorina-------->Nidoqueen
                   Nidorino-------->Nidoking
    
    PP UP          1 Moves PP rises Blackbelt Kenji   (Call him during a 
    break)
    Protein        Increase Attack  Department Stores ($9800)
    Rare Candy     Increase 1 level Buena, 3 points
    Sun Stone      Evolve Pokes     Bug Catch Contes 1st
    
                   Gloom----------->Bellosom
                   Sunkern--------->Sunflora
    
    Thunderstone   Evolves Pokes    Lass Dana         (Free Calls you)
    
                   Eevee----------->Jolteon (Not Vaporeon my mistake!)
                   Pikachu--------->Raichu
    
    Water Stone    Evolves Pokes    Fisher Chris      (Free Calls you)
    
                   Eevee----------->Vaporeon
                   Poliwhirl------->Poliwrath
                   Shellder-------->Staryu
                   Staryu---------->Starmie
    
    X Accuracy*    Boost Accuracy   Department Stores ($950)
    X Attack*      Boost Attack     Stores            ($500)
    X Defend*      Boost Defend     Stores            ($550)
    X Special*     Boosts Specials  Stores            ($550)
    X Speed*       Boosts Speed     Stores            ($550)
    
    Pokemon Tokens
    
    Amulet Coin    Double Earnings  Underground
    Besrk Gene*    Attack+, Confuse Cerulean City
    Black Belt     Fighting Moves + Lake of Rage
    Blackglasses   Dark Moves +     Dark Cave
    Bright Powder  Lowers foes Accu Trade RBY Legendaries
    Charcoal       Fire Moves +     Azalea Town       ($9800)
    Cleanse Tag    Decrease Wild    Route 5
    Dragon Fange   Dragon Moves +   Dtagon's Den
    Everstone      Poke can't evol  Elm after Togepi
    Focus Band*    May Prevent KO   Dojo's Gym
    Hard Stone     Rock Moves +     Route 36
    King's Rock    May Flinch       Slowpoke Well
    Leftovers      Heals HP in fite Snorlax
    Light Ball     X2 Pika's Spec.A Yellow Version Pikachu
    Lucky Egg      Doubles Exp.     Wild Chansey
    Lucky Punch    Chansey Crit. +  RBY Chansey
    Magnet         Electric Moves + Route 37
    Magnifier      More Criticals   Mystery Gift
    Metal Coat     Steel Moves +    S.S. Aqua, Traded Magneton
    Metal Powder   x2 Ditto Defense RBY Ditto
    Miracle Seed   Grass Moves +    Route 32
    Mystic Water   Water Moves +    Cherrygrove City, Ruins of Alp
    Nevermeltice   Ice Moves +      Ice Path
    Pinkbow        Normal Moves +   Route 29, Radio Tower
    Poison Barb    Poison Moves +   Route 32
    Polkadot Bow   Normal Moves ++  RBY Jigglypuff
    Quick Claw     May Attack 1st   National Park
    Sharp Beak     Fkying Moves +   Route 40
    Silverpowder   Bug Moves +      Wild Butterfree
    Smokeball      Flee always      Underground
    Soft Sand      Ground Moves +   Route 34
    Spell Tag      Ghost Moves +    Blackthorne
    Stick          Fardetch'd Cri.+ Wild Farfetch'd
    Thick Club     Cubone/Mar Atkx2 Wild Cubone/Marowak
    Twisted Spoon  Psychic Moves +  Yellow Kadabra
    Up-grade       Evolves Porygon  Sliph HQ
    
    Recovery and others
    
    Antidote       Cure Poison      Various Stores ($100)
    Awakening      Cure Sleep       Various Stores ($250)
    Big Mushroom   Sell for $       Wild Paras
    Big Pearl      Sell for $       Wild Shellder/Bargain Shop ($3500)
    Brick Piece    Piece of Brick   RBY Machop
    Burn Heal      Cure Burn        Various Stores ($250)
    Elixir         10PP, all moves  On ground
    Energy Powder  50 HP, Bitter    Herb Shop ($500)
    Energy Root    200 HP, Bitter   Herb Shop ($800)
    Escape Rope    Leave Dungeon    Various Stores ($550)
    Ether          10 PP, 1 move    On ground
    Fresh Water    50 HP            Vending Machines ($200)
    Full Heal      Cure ailment     Various Stores ($600)
    Full Restore   Heals fully      Indigo Plateu ($3000)
    Gold Leaf      Sell for $       RBY Pokes
    Heal Powder    Bitter, Cure ail Herb Shop ($450)
    Hyper Potion   200 HP           Various Stores ($1200)
    Ice Heal       Cure Freeze      Various Stores ($250)
    Lemonade       80 HP            Vending Machines ($350)
    Max Elixir     All PP           On ground
    Max Ether      All PP, 1 move   On ground
    Max Potion     All HP           Various Stores ($2500)
    Max Repel      Repels foes 250  Various Stores ($700)
    Max Revive     Fully Revives    On ground
    MooMoo Milk    Recovers 100 HP  Farm ($500)
    Nugget         Sell for $5000   On Ground
    Parlyz Heal    Heals Paralysis  Various Stores ($200)
    Pearl          Sell for $       Wild Pokemon
    Pok, Doll      Escape from Wild Department Stores ($1000)
    Potion         Heals 20 PP      Various Stores ($300)
    Ragecandybar   Heals 20 PP      Mahagony Town ($200)
    Repel          Repels foes 100  Various Stores ($350)
    Revival Herb   Revives, Bitter  Herb Shop ($2800)
    Revive         Revives to " HP  Various Stores ($1500)
    
    Sacred Ash     1 time Pokecente Wild Ho-Oh
    Silver Leaf    Sell for $       RBY Pokes
    Slowpoke Tail  Useless          Mahagony Town ($9800)
    Soda Pop       Heals 60 HP      Department Stores ($300)
    Star Piece     Sell for $       Wild Staryu
    Stardust       Sell for $       Wild Staryu
    Super Potion   Recover 50 HP    Various Stores ($ 700)
    Super Repel    Repels foes 200  Various Stores ($ 500)
    Tiny Mushroom  Sell for $       Wild Paras
    
    Balls (Some have there ideal prey)
    
    Fast Ball      Fleeing          WHT Apricorn to Kurt
    Friend Ball    Captured r Happy GRN Apricoen to Kurt
    Great Ball     Medium Strenght  Various Stores ($600)
    Heavy Ball     Heavy            BLK Apricorn to Kurt
    Level Ball     Lower Level      RED Apricorn to Kurt
    Love Ball      Opposite Gender  PNK Apricorn to Kurt
    Lure Ball      Hooked           BLU Apricorn to Kurt
    Master Ball    Garunteed        Elm gives you, Lucky Number grand prize
    Moon Ball      Moon Stone Evol. YLW Apricoen to Kurt
    Poke Ball      Weakest Ball     Various Stores ($200)
    Ultra Ball     Strongest Ball   Various Stores ($1200)
    GS Ball        Mysterious Ball  Gameshark Only! (Insert code 9173F1D0 to
    buy)
    
    Looking for an item, Maybe only wild Pokemon can carry it.  This is a 
    list of those items.  Capital means its exclusive to wild Pokemon.  The 
    star system returns here but * means always, ** means sometimes and *** 
    means very rare.
    
    Beedrill       Poison Barb      ***
    Butterfree     SILVERPOWDER     ***
    Chsnsey        LUCKY EGG        ***
    Clefairy       Moon Stone       ***
    Clefairy       Mystery Berry    **
    Cubone         THICK CLUB       ***
    Dodrio         Sharp Beak       ***
    Dragonair      Dragon Scale     ***
    Dratini        Dragon Scale     ***
    Farfetch'd     STICK            ***
    Fearow         Sharp Beak       ***
    Furret         Berry            **
    Geodude        Everstone        ***
    Graveler       Everstone        ***
    Grimer         Nugget           ***
    Growlithe      Burnt Berry      **
    Ho-oh          SACRED ASH       *
    Horsea         Dragon Scale     ***
    Jynx           Ice Berry        **
    Magmar         Burnt Berry      **
    Magnemite      Metal Coat       ***
    Marowak        THICK CLUB       ***
    Miltank        MooMoo Milk      **
    Misdreavous    Spell Tag        ***
    Mr. Mime       Mystery Berry    ***
    Muk            Nugget           ***
    Paras          BIG MUSHROOM     ***
    Paras          Tiny Mushroom    **
    Pikachu        Berry            ***
    Poliwhirl      King's Rock      ***
    Seadra         Dragon Scale     ***
    Sentret        Berry            ***
    Shellder       Big Pearl        ***
    Shellder       Pearl            ***
    Shuckle        Berry            **
    Slowbro        King's Rock      ***
    Slowpoke       King's Rock      ***
    Sneasel        Quick Claw       ***
    Snorlax        Leftovers        *
    Staryu         Star Piece       ***
    Staryu         Stardust         **
    Vulpix         Burnt Berry      **
    
    ========================================================================
    15. SPECIAL MOVES
    ========================================================================
    
    ========================================================================
    15.1 ONE TIME ONLY MOVES
    ========================================================================
    
    ***ODD EGG***
    Recieved from the Daycare Man the first time you speak to him the 
    hatchling may be a Pichu, Cleffa, Igglybuff, Elekid, Magby, Smoochum or 
    Tyrogue.
    
    The odds are the same.
    
    The gender is always female except in the case of Tyrogue.
    
    The hatchling ALWAYS knows Dizzy Punch
    
    ***EXTREMESPEED DRATINI***
    In Crystal you need to take the Dragon's Den challenge to get Clair's 
    badge. Clair makes you take a test because she thinks you will flunk.  
    If you get ALL 5 questions right you are also awarded with a Dratini 
    that has the move Extremespeed.
    
    The answers are those questions that promote a theme of friendship with
    your
    entire arsenal of Pokemon.
    
    ========================================================================
    15.2 POKEMON STADIUM
    ========================================================================
    
    POKEMON STADIUM
    If you have all 151 Pokemon in the Pokedex you receive a Psyduck with 
    the Amnesia attack.
    
    POKEMON STADIUM 2
    Under special circumstances a Farfetch'd with Baton Pass is recieved
    
    Under special circumstances a Gligar with Earthquake is recieved
    
    ========================================================================
    15.3 Pokemon Center New York
    ========================================================================
    
    In the Pokemon On-line community I seem to be regarded as the expert of
    this store, so naturally I volunteered do a little section to this FAQ
    dedicated to the store.
    
    >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
    Special Move List>
    >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
    
    The Pokemon Center New York has given away special moves (some that have
    been ignored, while others cause quite a stir, especially from a person
    named Phil Erwin).  Anyways here are the Pokemon, listed by promotion
    name (promotions are listed alphabetically)
    
    Also note that a description of the special move is included.
    Type    Strenght PP  Accuracy
    Any other possible description would go here about the attack.
    
    ---BABIES WEEK
    
    Pichu with Sing
    Normal  --     15   54.6 %       
    Defending pokemon falls asleep
    
    Cleffa with Swift
    Normal  60     20   --
    Always hits unless defending pokemon is digging or flying.
    
    Igglybuff with Mimic
    Normal  --     10   99.6 %
    Copies last attack used until your active pokemon leaves battle
    
    Smoochum with Metronome
    Normal  --     10   --
    Randomly uses any attack
    
    Elekid with Pursuit
    Dark    40     20   99.6 %
    Double damage if defending pokemon switches Pokemon, it would attack the
    Pokemon that is being switched.
    
    Magby with Faint Attack
    Dark    60     20   --
    Always hits, unless Dig/Fly is used
    
    ---CHRISTMAS (2001)
    
    Delibird with Pay Day
    Normal  40     20   99.6 %
    Winner recieves $ equal to twice the level of your active pokemon (each 
    time it is used it increases)
    
    Celebi 
    
    ---HALLOWEEN
    
    Cleffa with Scary Face
    Igglybuff with Scary Face
    Marill with Scary Face
    Pichu with Scary Face
    Wooper with Scary Face 
    
    Normal  --     10   89.6 %
    Cuts defending pokemon's Speed in half
    
    ---ICE TYPE
    
    Delibird with Spikes
    Normal  15     20   84.6 %
    If the defending pokemon switches the new active takes an eight of its 
    maximum health unless it is flying
    
    Seel with Flail
    Normal  --     15   99.6 %                               
    Damage increases as the damage on your active pokemon increases
    
    Lapras with Future Sight
    Psychic 80     15   89.6 %
    Hits 2 turns after use
    
    Swinub with Whirl Wind 
    Normal  --     20   99.6 %
    Wild Pokemon run away, trainers must switch, your active pokemon goes
    last
    
    ---NOCTURNAL WEEK
    
    Hoothoot with Night Shade
    Ghost   --     15   99.6 %
    Damage is equal to level of your active pokemon
    
    Murkrow with Beat Up
    Dark    10     10   99.6 %
    Each healthy Pokemon strikes with 10 damage.
    
    Misdreavus with Hypnosis
    Psychic --     20   59.6 %
    Defending pokemon falls asleep if it hits
    
    Sneasel with Moonlight
    Normal  --     5    --
    Restores HP depending on when it is used, best during the night
    
    Staryu with Twister
    Dragon  40     20   99.6 %
    Defending pokemon flinches 20% of the time
    
    ---POKEMON MINI WEEK
    
    Chikorita with Petal Dance
    Grass   70     20   99.6 %
    Attacks for 2-3 rounds, then your active pokemon is Confused
    
    Wooper with Belly Drum
    Normal  --     10   --
    Raises your active pokemon's Attack to max but takes 1/2 of max HP
    
    Smoochum with Metronome 
    Normal  --     10   --
    Randomly uses any attack
    
    ---POWER PLANT
    
    Elekid with Dizzy Punch
    Pichu with Dizzy Punch
    Normal  70     20   99.6 %
    Confuses defending pokemon 20% of the time
    
    Magnemite with Agility
    Voltorb with Agility 
    Psychic --     30   --
    Doubles your active pokemon's Speed
    
    ***Elekid and Pichu are not as bad as you might think, they might have
    better
    genes then the Odd Egg Pokés.***
    
    ---PSYCHIC TYPE
    
    Lapras with Future Sight
    Psychic 80     15   89.6 %
    Hits 2 turns after use
    
    Abra with Foresight
    Normal  --     40   --
    Normalizes evasion and ghosts lose resistance
    
    Drowzee with Amnesia
    Psychic --     20   --
    Doubles your active pokemon's Special Defense
    
    Exeggcute with Sweet Scent
    Normal  --     20   99.6 %
    Lowers evasion
    
    Natu with Safeguard
    Normal  --     25   --
    Ailments do not affect your Pokemon for 5 turns
    
    Mr.Mime with Mind Reader
    Normal  --     5    99.6 %
    Next move has perfect accuracy unless either Pokemon switches
    
    ---ROCK TUNNEL
    
    Geodude with Rapid Spin
    Normal  20     40   99.6 %
    Escapes from Fire Spin, Bind, Wrap, Spikes and Leech Seed
    
    Cubone with Fury Attack
    Normal  15     20   84.6 %
    Hits 2-5 times per use
    
    Zubat with Flail
    Normal  --     15   99.6 %                               
    Damage increases as the damage on your active pokemon increases
    
    Machop with Thrash
    Normal  90     20   99.6 %
    Attacks for 2-3 rounds, the your active pokemon is Confused
    
    Onix with Sharpen
    Normal  --     30   --         
    Raises your active pokemon's Attack
    
    Kangaskhan with Faint Attack 
    Dark    60     20   --
    Always hits, unless Dig/Fly is used
    
    ---SAFARI WEEK
    
    Nidoran (f) with Moonlight
    Normal  --     5    --
    Restores HP depending on when it is used, best during the night
    
    Nidoran (m) with Morning Sun
    Normal  --     5    --
    Restores HP depending on when it is used, best during the morning
    
    Chansey with Sweet Scent
    Normal  --     20   99.6 %
    Lowers evasion
    
    Kanghaskhan with Faint Attack
    Dark    60     20   --
    Always hits, unless Dig/Fly is used
    
    Tauros with Quick Attack
    Normal  40     30   99.6 %
    Your active pokemon attacks first
    
    Dratini with Hydro Pump 
    Water   120    5    79.6 %
    
    ---SILVER CAVE
    
    Tangela with Synthesis
    Grass   --     5    --
    Restores HP depending on when it is used, best during the afternoon
    
    Ponyta with Low Kick
    Doduo with Low Kick
    Fighting50     20   89.6 %
    Defending pokemon flinches 30% of the time
    
    Misdraveus with Hypnosis
    Psychic --     20   59.6 %
    Defending pokemon falls asleep if it hits
    
    Larvitar with Rage 
    Normal  20     20   99.6 %
    If attacked, the your active pokemons attack rises
    
    SKY WEEK
    
    Spearow with Sonic Boom
    Normal  --     20   89.6 %       
    Always does 20 damage
    
    Farfetch'd with Fury Cutter
    Skarmory with Fury Cutter
    Bug     10     20   94.6 %
    Damage double each consecutive use.
    
    Doduo with Low Kick
    Fighting50     20   89.6 %
    Defending pokemon flinches 30% of the time
    
    Natu with Safeguard
    Normal  --     25   --
    Ailments do not affect your Pokemon for 5 turns
    
    Murkrow with Beat Up
    Dark    10     10   99.6 %
    Each healthy Pokemon strikes with 10 damage.
    
    SPRING INTO SPRING
    
    Psyduck with Petal Dance
    Chikorita with Petal Dance
    Pichu with Petal Dance
    Cleffa with Petal Dance
    Igglybuff with Petal Dance
    Smoochum with Petal Dance 
    Grass   70     20   99.6 %
    Attacks for 2-3 rounds, then your active pokemon is Confused
    
    STARTERS WEEK
    
    Bulbasaur with Ancientpower
    Rock    60     5    99.6 %
    Raises your active pokemon Attack, Defense, Speed, Special Attack and 
    Special Defense 10% of the time
    
    Charmander with Crunch
    Dark    80     15   99.6 
    Lowers defending pokemon's Spec. Defense 10% of the time
    
    Squirtle with Zap Cannon
    
    Electric100    5    49.6 %
    Paralyzes defending pokemon if it hits
    
    Chikorita with Petal Dance
    Grass   70     20   99.6 %
    Attacks for 2-3 rounds, then your active pokemon is Confused
    
    Cyndaquil with Double-Edge
    Normal  120    10   99.6 %
    A quarter recoil damage is done
    
    Totodile with Submission 
    Fighting80     25   79.6 %
    Has a quarter recoil
    
    ---ST. VALENTINE DAY
    
    Nidoran (f) with Lovely Kiss
    Nidoran (m) with Lovely Kiss
    Bellsprout with Lovely Kiss
    Normal  --     15   74.6 %
    Defending pokemon falls asleep
    
    Nidoran (f) with Sweet Kiss
    Nidoran (m) with Sweet Kiss
    Bellsprout with Sweet Kiss
    Normal  --     10   89.6 %
    Confuses defending pokemon
    
    ---SUMMER FESTIVAL
    
    Week 1
    
    Poliwag with Growth
    Normal  --     40   --
    Raises your active pokemon's Special Attack
    
    Horsea with Haze
    Ice     --     30   --         
    Cancels out all effects of attacks other than damage
    
    Goldeen with Swords Dance
    Normal  --     30   --
    Doubles your active pokemon's Attack
    
    Magikarp with Reversal
    Fighting--     15   99.6 %
    Lower health remaining, the more damage that can be dealt
    
    Marill with Dizzy Punch
    Normal  70     20   99.6 %
    Confuses defending pokemon 20% of the time
    
    Wooper with Belly Drum 
    Normal  --     10   --
    Raises your active pokemon's Attack to max but takes 1/2 of max HP
    
    Week 2
    
    Psyduck with Tri Attack
    Normal  80     10   99.6 %
    Paralyzes, burns, or freezes the  defending pokemon with equal 
    possibilities 20% of the time
              
    Tentacool with Confuse Ray
    Ghost   --     10   99.6 %
    Confuses defending pokemon
    
    Lapras with Bite
    Dark    60     25   99.6 %
    Defending pokemon flinches 30% of the time
    
    Chinchou with Light Screen
    Psychic --     30   --
    Your active pokemon's Pokemon take 1/2 damage from special attacks for 5
    rounds
    
    Remoraid with Mist
    Ice     --     30   --
    Prevents moves that lower your active pokemons stats
    
    Mantine with Gust 
    Flying  40     35   99.6 %
    Deals double damage to flying Pokemon
    
    ---SWARM WEEK
    
    Marill with Hydro Pump
    Water   120    5    79.6 %
    
    Yanma with Steel Wing
    Steel   70     25   89.6 %       
    Raises your active pokemon's Defense 10% of the time
    
    Dunsparce with Horn Drill
    Normal  --     5    29.6 %
    One hit KO if it hits
    
    Snubull with Lovely Kiss
    Normal  --     15   74.6 %
    Defending pokemon falls asleep
    
    Qwilfish with Double-Edge
    Normal  120    10   99.6 %
    A quarter recoil damage is done
    
    Remoraid with Amnesia 
    Psychic --     20   --
    Doubles your active pokemon's Special Defense
    
    ---UNION CAVE
    
    Staryu with Twister
    Dragon  40     20   99.6 %
    Defending pokemon flinches 20% of the time
    
    Krabby with Metal Claw
    Steel   50     35   94.6 %
    Raises your active pokemon's Attack 10% of the time
    
    Onix with Sharpen
    Normal  --     30   --         
    Raises your active pokemon's Attack
    
    Goldeen with Swords Dance
    Normal  --     30   --
    Doubles your active pokemon's Attack
    
    Lapras with Future Sight
    Psychic 80     15   89.6 %
    Hits 2 turns after use
    
    >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
    Special Pokemon >
    >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
    
    The original trainers of these Pokemon are the machines that give them
    out.  PCNYa, PCNYb, PCNYc and PCNYd.  The ID numbers assigned to each
    pokemon is the number of that which was distributed over a period of
    time.  It might be that day or the entire promotion.
    
    ***Bringing them to the Pokemon Seer gives a special message about how
    you are very special because she can't say where you met but (unlike in
    trades) she can tell the level, which is always 5 (yes it is wrong for
    some don't send me any e-mails about that because thats the way it is!).
    
    Shining RBY Starter Finals (level 40)
    
    Venusaur
    Charizard
    Blastoise 
    
    Shining Legendary Birds (level 50)
    
    Articuno
    Zapdos
    Moltres 
    
    Shining GSC Starter Finals (level 40)
    
    Meganium
    Typhlosion
    Feraligatr
    
    Shining Legendary Dogs (level 40)
    
    Raikou
    Entei
    Suicune 
    
    Shining 00bers
    ***When they are given out they are very rare about 1-3% of the time for
    each 00ber***
    
    Mewtwo (level 70)
    Lugia (level 40)
    Ho-oh (level 40)
    
    Very Special Pokéémon (level 5)
    
    Mew (also given out in extremely low quanities)
    Celebi
    
    Pokémon 4Ever Promotions
    
    Suicune (level 40) (yes it was Shining)
    Celebi (level 5)
    
    >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
    Calender of Giveaways >
    >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
    
    2001
    November  16 - November  23      Legendary Dogs and Lugia/Ho-oh
    November  24 - November  30      Legendary Birds
    December   1 - December  22      Shining Stuff
    December  23 - December  29      Christmas
    December  30 - January   31      ??? I don't know!
    2002
    February   1 - February  14      Valentine Week 
    February  15 - February  21      Pokemon Mini Week
    February  22 - March     14      Swarm Week
    March     15 - March     21      Starter's Weel
    March     22 - April     11      Babies Week
    April     12 - May        4      Spring Into Spring
    May        5 - June       7      Baby Weeks
    June       8 - June      21      Tropical Promotion
    June      22 - June      28      Legendary Dogs 
    June      29 - July       4      Celebi
    July       5 - July      11      Legendary Dogs
    July      12 - August     8      Tropical Promotion
    August     9 - August    29      Safari Week
    August    30 - September 26      Sky Week
    September 27 - October   10      Shiny RBY Starters 
    October    4 - October   10      Power Plant Week
    October   11 - October   17      Pokemon 4 Ever - Celebi
    October   18 - October   24      Pokemon 4 Ever - Suicune
    October   25 - October   31      Halloween Week
    November   1 - November   7      Silver Cave Week
    November   8 - November  14      Union Cave Week
    November  15 - November  21      Johto Shiny Legendaries
    November  22 - November  28      Celebi and Mew
    November  29 - December   5      Psychic Type Week
    December   6 - December  12      Shining GSC Starters
    December  13 - December  19      Rock Tunnel Week
    December  20 - December  26      Ice Type Week
    December  27 - January    2      Nocturnal Week
    2003
    The future is not ours to see but at some point the machines will be
    modified to gear up for Ruby and Sapphire!
    
    >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
    Lies, Lies, Lies and more Lies >
    >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
    
    These are false giveaways that never occured, the people who made them
    up should be ashamed because they wasted the time and energy of others
    involved and in the end they lose because everyone knows there lying.
    
    Gastly      Encore
    Togepi      Earthquake
    Eevee       Roar
    Eevee       Recover, Aeroblast and Sacred Fire
    Snubull     Sweet Kiss
    Mareep      Earthquake
    Aerodactyl  Rock Slide
    Krabby      Cross Chop
    Igllybuff   Surf
    
    >>>>>>>>>>>>
    Japan Only >
    >>>>>>>>>>>>
    
    The following have been distributed in Japan and not the US yet that is.
    
    Pikachu        Fly
    Pikachu        Surf
    Raichu         Fly
    Raichu         Surf
    Phanpy         Encore
    
    ========================================================================
    16. SPECIAL POKEMON
    ========================================================================
    
    SAVE BEFORE FIGHTING ANY OF THESE POKEMON
    
    ========================================================================
    16.1 SUDOWOODO
    ========================================================================
    
    Sudowoodo is a Pokemon one may want to capture because it can only be 
    seen once.  (It is cool to run and see it hop away, soft reset 
    afterward)
    
    Sudowoodo is weak to Water, Grass, Fighting and Ground.
    
    Sudowoodo should be captured with an Ultra Ball or Great Ball.
    
    Sudowoodo is easier to catch when you use ailments on it.
    
    ========================================================================
    16.2 SHINING GYARADOS
    ========================================================================
    
    Shining Gyarados is the only Pokemon you can pass on and see it again. 
    However if you choose to pass on it you miss the chance for Shining 
    Breeding.
    
    Shining Gyarados is the only garunteed Shining Pokemon in the game.  I 
    would advise you to try to capture it.
    
    You should get it to the red zone and chuck Ultra Balls (If you have) 
    after placing an ailment on these.
    
    ========================================================================
    16.3 SUICUNE
    ========================================================================
    
    Suicune is now a guaranteed encounter.  Your best bet is to weaken it 
    severely. Once it has been weakened to the red zone ensure that it under 
    an ailment. Sleep, Freeze and Paralysis are the best.  At this point 
    chuck Ultra Balls at it.  Eventually you should have it in your party!
    
    ======================================================================== 
    16.4 RAIKOU AND ENTEI
    ========================================================================
    
    These 2 are the most frustrating Pokemon ever!  They flee at first 
    chance, have the speed to do this quickly.  Then to make things worse 
    they have Roar to have Mean Look and Spider Web ineffective!  They have 
    no set nest, they keep running from area to area as you do, or as time 
    passes.
    
    There is an art to capturing these two.  It involves using a master ball 
    on them.  If your gonna use it, use it on either one.
    
    For the other or both your best bet is to put it to sleep, then hack 
    away! Apparently if you use Repels even with Pokemon above level 40 
    these two can appear.  Your best bet is to use someone with a Sleep Move 
    that is fast (Jumpluff and Gengar are good) and also a Pokemon able to 
    deal lots of damage, that knows False Swipe (Scyther or Marowak).  A
    pokemon with Fly is good for my plan.
    
    It does not help when you use a move such as Mean Look or Spider Web to
    trap them because both Raikou and Entei know the move Roar and might use
    that to escape when they can't flea.
    
    To seek them I suggest you use Max Repel.  Fly to Ecruteak City and see
    where they are.  Try to intercept them but remember that each time you
    enter and exit any building or route they move 1 area (USUALLY in an 
    understanding order).  If you can not intercept them fly back to 
    Ecruteak to cause a reshuffling of there position.
     
    After they have been intercepted try to put them to sleep.  Then deal 
    damage to them.  If they escape its OK, they keep all damage.  Just Heal 
    and retry.
    
    When the HP is low enough chuck Ultra Balls, Fast Balls or Heavy Balls 
    at them for Maximum effectiveness.
    
    ========================================================================
    16.5 HO-OH
    ========================================================================
                   
    Resting at the top of the Tin Tower is a level 60 Ho-oh.  When trying to 
    catch it you should use a non-grass tyoe with a Sleep Inducing move or 
    run it out of Fire Blast and Gust PP with Double Team.  Once it is 
    asleep switch to the Big Guns.  After hacking away at its HP try to 
    chuck Ultra Balls or Heavy Balls at it.  Once you catch it, you can fly 
    away from the roof top!
    
    ========================================================================
    16.6 SNORLAX
    ========================================================================
    
    Blocking Digglett cave is this lump of fat.  It is a good Pokemon.  
    Treat it like Ho-Oh but Beware its Rest technique.
    
    ========================================================================
    16.7 LUGIA
    ========================================================================
    
    Deep inside Whirl Islands is Lugia (level 60).  Treat it like Ho-oh but
    with Hydro Pump instead of Fire Blast.  Just keep trying to catch it and
    eventually you should succeed.
    
    ========================================================================
    16.8 LAPRAS
    ========================================================================
    
    Every Friday night a Lapras comes deep inside Union Cave.  It is level
    20 so if you aready caught the Dogs, use your False Swiper's False Swipe
    to reduce the HP to 1 and then go for the finish with Sleep Moves and
    Ultra Balls!
    
    ========================================================================
    16.9 MEW
    ========================================================================
    
    Mew is one of the most desired Pokemon.  Very few, however are lucky
    enough to have nabbed the elusive Pokemon.  Mew was given out during the
    mall tour from Nintendo.  Each and every single Mew was identical to the
    next one and as time passes there are less and less legit Mews.
    
    Mew can learn any TM or HM in addition to Ancient Power, Transform and a
    few other moves.
    
    Recently it came to the attention of a few people that Mew can learn any
    move through a code.  In order to give credit where it is do I have
    included the original Gamefaqs message board post.
    
    ------------------------------------------------------------------------
    
    From: Jason322 | Posted: 11/10/2002 10:08:36 PM | Message Detail
    Mew and ditto can learn any sketchable move with the use of the mistery
    gift function and their transform move. 
    
    1 do mystery gift with another person who has a smeargle with sketch and
    one other move that can be used to knock it out and another pokemon with
    only the desired move.
    
    2 go to the trainer house in viridian city and battle the trainer. 
    Transform into the smeargle and knock it out without using sketch.
    
    3 let the remaining pokemon use its move then sketch it.The move should
    replace transform when the battle finishes.
    
    ------------------------------------------------------------------------
    
    A recent giveaway of Mew at the Pokemon Center New York apparently
    yielded one more Mew to the general public.
    
    
    ========================================================================
    16.10 CELEBI
    ========================================================================
    
    Celebi is a Grass and Psychic hybrid and is the Gold, Silver and Crystal
    Version equivalent of Mew.  Celebi has stats that are the complete
    equals of Mew.
    
    Celebi has been given out on more recent Mall tours, a Nintendo Power
    contest and is the most distributed Pokémon at the Pokémon Center (Pichu
    has been given out in more promotions but there were others you could
    get at the same time).
    
    Celebi is useful in real battles because of its ability to learn Heal
    Bell, Recover and Leech Seed since its start.
    
    Celebi has however been the subject of a lot of controversy because in
    Japan there was a promotional quest to get it.  It involved receiving
    the GS Ball item from a Nintendo Representative while playing Crystal
    Version on-line.  Nintendo scrapped the on-line adapter and thus hid
    Celebi from the U.S. audience.  In Nintendo's defense there are too many
    different cell-phones to make a profit off of the cell phone adapters
    without charging a ridiculous price to play on-line.  Notice how I said
    hid, apparently it would take too much effort to remove Celebi
    completely so they translated the entire Celebi sub-quest but hid it
    from the general audience.  It is however possible to get Celebi.  You
    need a Gameshark, Game Genie, Code Breaker or similar device to start
    the chain.
    
    Enter 9173F1D0 as the code, go to any store and buy the GS Ball.
    Enter 014089DA to make Kurt take the GS Ball.
    Enter 01C089DA to have Kurt give back the GS Ball, you must wait until
    the next day for him to finish with it.
    
    This is for your pleasure a step by step account of what happens in this
    sub-quest.
    
    1) Buy GS BALL (Its description is "A Mysterious Ball")
    2) Bring the GS BALL to Kurt.  This little chat occurs.
    Kurt: "Wh-what is that?
           I've never seen one before.
           It looks a lot like a POKE BALL but it appears to be something 
           else.
           Let me check it for you.
    2a) If you leave the house and come back Kurt will be investigating the
    GS BALL in his desk and will tell you "I'm checking it now.  Ah-ha!  I
    see so..."  You may also speak to his granddaughter who tells you
    "Grandpa's checking a BALL right now.  So I'm waiting till he's done."
    3) Wait until the next day and go to Kurt's house.  Kurt is there and
    tells you,
           "<Your Character Name>!
           This BALL started to shake while I was checking it.
           There must be something to this!"
           ! (Kurt leaves)
    If you talk to his daughter she tells you "Grandpa's gone... I'm so
    lonely."  Leave the house and you see Kurt staring at trees.  You walk
    to him and he tells you,
           "ILEX FOREST is restless!
           What is going on?
           <Your Character Name>, here's your GS BALL back!
           Could you see why ILEX FOREST is so restless?"
           <Your Character Name> recieved GS BALL.
    4) If you go to investigate, you will discover only 4 people are
    actually concerned about what has happened!  If you fly to Goldenrod and
    walk down the woman who gives you SWEET SCENT blocks you (she is by the
    carpet at the exit) and gives this warning to you, "Something is wrong
    in ILEX FOREST...  You should stay away right now.  However the girl is
    gone.  You will find her near the shrine (you still need to use CUT),
    she tells you, "Did something happen to the forest's gaurdian?"
    5) Enter the shrine.  Press the A button and this description of it
    appears 
           "ILEX FOREST SHRINE...
           It's in honor of the forest's protector...
           Oh?  What is this?
           Its a hole.  It looks like the GS BALL would fit inside it.
           Want to put GS Ball in here?  YES or NO
    If you select NO, the description ends and you can say YES.
    If you select YES, this message appears <Your Character Name> puts in GS
    BALL.  Your character then says this "!" and steps (or pedals) a step
    back.  Celebi then flies down, slowly (similar to how a bird Pokemon
    flies down), Celebi lands and faces you.  A battle begins!  Celebi is
    level 30, you can then KO it for about 300 experience points or you can
    choose to catch it.  Like some other one time only battles you can not
    escape no matter what.  If you catch it Kurt appears and tells you this
           "Whew, wasn't that something?
           <Your Character Name>, that was fantastic!
           Thanks, the legends about that shrine were real after all.
           I feel inspired by what I just saw.
           It motivates me to make better BALLS.
           I'm going."
    Kurt then leaves.  Wether or not you caught Celebi the game returns to
    normal except any new GS Balls you get won't retrigger this event.
    
    ========================================================================
    17. TEAM CREATION
    ========================================================================
    
    Teams are a vital part of Pokemon.  Inside the game you need to ensure 
    that your Pokemon can travel quickly with Fly and use Surf and other 
    Hms.
    
    But in serious combat play you need to use a well assembled team.  To
    have a team work the moves have to be top notch and many other stats
    have to be worked on.  Your team needs to support its weakness and
    strengths.
    
    Several vital aspects are needed for teams, I consider the following
    absolutely important.
    
    Starter        
    This Pokemon should be fast enough to attack first (or have an attack 
    that ensures this) on and should be able to defeat several of the
    opponents pokemon.  This Pokemon should need no set up (i.e. Curse, 
    Swords Dance, Agility and Amnesia)
    
    Attacker       
    A Pokemon able to be set up.  This Pokemon should be able to take down 
    the most Pokemon
    
    Sweeper        
    A Pokemon able to finish the game for you.
    
    The following are useful in situations
    
    Hazer          
    Ends all status changes, uses the move Haze
    
    Psuedo-Hazer   
    A false Hazer, eliminates status changes in other ways most notably the 
    use of Roar and Whirlwind
    
    Trapper        
    Prevents retreats with Mean Look and Spider Web
    
    Psuedo-Trapper 
    Traps with other methods, the moves Clamp, Whirlwind, Wrap, Bind and 
    Fire Spin prevent escape
    
    Passer         
    Uses Baton Pass after boosting up stats
    
    Psuedo-Passer  
    Uses moves like Light Screen, Reflect and Safegaurd which pass on 
    without Baton Pass
    
    The following are terms for Pokemon you might use.
    
    Tank
    Uses Curse to have a tremendous defense and attack
    
    Annoyer
    Uses tactics that generally annoy the opponent.
    
    When you begin to work on your team you should consider several vital
    aspects of the team.  You need to begin to assemble, I would really
    suggest you begin with a favorite pokemon of yours.  This Pokemon
    doesn't have to be your starter, heal beller or even full-fil any of
    your roles.  For this demonstration I'll begin with my favorite Dewgong,
    it has a moveset that I developed all by myself.
    
    Dewgong@Bright Powder
    Whirlpool
    Surf
    Encore
    Disable
    
    So we see Dewgong, upon analysis we discover that it has several flaws. 
    Most notably other than for Surf it has NO offensive ability and Surf
    does poorly against several types.  Electric and Plant are the major 2. 
    Now we want to know how many pokes it takes to contradict this weakness. 
    I've concluded that we only need one, we could use a fire type that has
    Earthquake/Wing Attack, some choices include Charizard, Typhlosion,
    Moltres and Ho-oh.
    
    Ho-oh would be considered cheap because of its high stats we want to
    avoid it.  Next we can toss out Moltres because it doesn't have a great
    moveset and is weak to electric.  Charizards weakness to electric also
    makes it bad in this choice.  So we have Typhlosion, lets use the
    standard
    
    Typhlosion@Mint Berry
    Earthquake
    Thunder Punch
    Flamethrower
    Rest
    
    Well we have 2 pokemon on this team, but we should use more, lets pick 2
    pokemon basically at random.
    
    Raticate and Golem.
    
    Raticate has a very useful technique, Super Fang, it cuts the opponent
    HP in half!  So we want to take advantage of it but we need a good move
    to do this.  Roar is an evil solution, but it goes second so we might
    want to contraict it with Double Team, for the last slot lets throw in
    Bite, to handle some ghosts if it needs to.
    
    Raticate@Bright Powder
    Roar
    Super Fang
    Double Team
    Bite
    
    As for Golem lets go use the standard because Rock Slide and Earthquake
    get STAB and Curse aides both the moves (Golem also has a horrible
    speed), as for Fire Blast it helps against Grass which isn't known for
    its Defenses
    
    Golem@Leftovers
    Curse
    Rock Slide
    Earthquake
    Fire Blast
    
    So we have four so, so members but could use a nice starter, lets go
    with the standard Tyranitar
    
    Tyranitar@Leftovers
    Fire Blast
    Earthquake
    Rock Slide
    Crunch
    
    Now we have one more slot, lets give this team a Heal Beller, since this
    is an faq and anything is available lets toss in the standard Celebi
    
    Celebi@Leftovers
    Psychic
    Leech seed
    Recover
    Heal Bell
    
    So in the end the final team is a so-so team, now if this in reality I'd
    bring it to a message board where some nice veterans coughcoughGold
    Ursaringcoughcough will help you out.  You would then display this team
    
    -Tyranitar@Leftovers
    Crunch, Fire Blast, Rock Slide, Earthquake
    
    -Celebi@Leftovers
    Psychic, Leech Seed, Recover, Heal Bell
    
    -Golem@Leftovers
    Curse, Earthquake, Rock Slide, Fire Blast
    
    -Raticate@Bright Powder
    Bite, Roar, Super Fang, Double Team
    
    -Dewgong@Bright Powder
    Whirlpool, Surf, Encore, Disable
    
    -Typhlosion@Mint Berry
    Flamethrower, Thunderpunch, Earthquake, Rest
    
    Now if the raters are good they would point out its numerous flaws,
    including a dependancy on standards (which are good but ultimately
    predictable) and some other flaws that the team will suffer from.
    ========================================================================
    17.1 MOVESETS FOR YOUR TEAM
    ========================================================================
    
    This originates from a Pokemon Crystal board topic I ran over the
    summer.   
    I will list all contributers Pokemon seperately.
    Please note that Standards are clearly indicated.
    
    Gold Ursaring's List
    
    #003 Venusaur@BrightPowder 
    -Leech Seed/Giga Drain/Synthesis
    -Razor Leaf
    -Sleep Powder/Body Slam
    -Light Screen
    
    #003 Venusaur@BrightPowder
    -Ancientpower
    -Body Slam
    -Razor Leaf
    -Synthesis
    
    #006 Charizard@Leftovers
    -Flamethrower
    -Wing Attack
    -Swords Dance
    -Earthquake
    STANDARD
    
    #009 Blastoise@Leftovers
    -Surf
    -Earthquake
    -Mirror Coat/Haze
    -Ice Beam
    STANDARD
    
    #012 Butterfree@BrightPowder
    -Whirl Wind
    -Giga Drain
    -Stun Spore
    -Psychic
    
    #015 Beedrill@Bright Powder
    -Agility
    -Swords Dance
    -Double Team
    -Body Slam/Twin Needle
    
    #018 Pidgeot@Mint Berry
    -Rest
    -Steel Wing
    -Double Edge
    -Whirl Wind
    
    #020 Raticate@Leftovers
    -Roar
    -Bite
    -Double Team
    -Super Fang
    
    #022 Fearow@Leftovers
    -Drill Peck
    -Double Team
    -Tri Attack
    -Agility
    
    #024 Arbok@Mint Berry
    -Glare
    -Earthquake
    -Sludge Bomb
    -Rest
    
    #025 Pikachu@Light Ball
    -Thunderbolt
    -Petal Dance
    -Surf
    -Thunder Wave
    To pull this fellow off you need the Pokemon Center New York Pichu, 
    delete many moves after evolution send it to the original Pok,mon 
    Stadium and give it Surf.
    
    #026 Raichu@Leftovers
    -Thunder Wave
    -Sweet Kiss
    -Thunderbolt
    -Reversal/Petal Dance
    
    #026 Raichu@Leftovers
    -Thunder
    -Surf
    -Rain Dance
    -Thunder Wave
    STANDARD
    
    #028 Sandslash@Leftovers
    -Earthquake
    -Sandstorm
    -Substitute
    -Swords Dance
    
    #031 Nidoqueen@Leftovers
    -Earthquake
    -Thunderbolt
    -Body Slam
    -Curse
    
    #034 Nidoking@Bright Powder
    -Rest
    -Sleep Talk
    -Fissure
    -Horn Drill
    (heh-heh) had to do that!
    
    #034 Nidoking@Bright Powder
    -Thunderbolt
    -Earthquake
    -Ice Beam
    -Rest
    STANDARD
    
    #036 Clefable@Mystery Berry
    -Sunny Day
    -Moonlight
    -Flamethrower
    -Solar Beam
    STANDARD
    
    #038 Ninetales@Bright Powder
    -Fire Spin
    -Confuse Ray
    -Attract/Body Slam/Toxic
    -Flamethrower
    
    #040 Wigglytuff@Leftovers
    -Double Edge/Body Slam
    -Charm
    -Sweet Kiss
    -Psychic
    
    
    #045 Vileplume@Bright Powder
    -Moonlight
    -Sunny Day
    -Solar Beam
    -Sludge Bomb
    
    #047 Parasect@Leftovers
    -Spore
    -Swords Dance/Growth
    -Body Slam/Giga Drain
    -Light Screen
    
    #049 Venomoth@Bright Powder
    -Psychic
    -Stun Spore
    -Giga Drain
    -Whirlwind
    
    #051 Dugtrio@King's Rock
    -Earthquake
    -Rock Slide
    -Screech
    -Tri Attack/Double Edge
    
    #053 Persian@Leftovers
    -Screech
    -Body Slam
    -Swagger
    -Roar
    
    #055 Golduck@Leftovers
    -Psychic
    -Surf
    -Ice Beam
    -Psych Up
    
    #055 Golduck@Bitter Berry
    -Petal Dance
    -Surf
    -Ice Beam
    -Psych Up
    
    #055 Golduck@Leftovers
    -Surf
    -Ice Beam
    -Cross Chop
    -Psychic
    STANDARD
    
    #057 Primeape@Focus Band
    -Endure
    -Reversal
    -Body Slam
    -Thunder
    
    #059 Arcanine@Leftovers
    -Flamethrower
    -Crunch
    -Curse
    -Extremespeed
    
    STANDARD
    
    #062 Poliwrath@Leftovers
    -Whirlpool
    -Mind Reader
    -Dynamic Punch
    -Hypnosis
    STANDARD
    
    #062 Poliwrath@Mint Berry
    -Body Slam
    -Dynamic Punch
    -Surf
    -Rest
    
    #065 Alakazam@Leftovers
    -Psychic
    -Barrier/Thunder Wave
    -Fire Punch
    -Recover
    STANDARD
    
    #068 Machamp@Leftovers
    -Curse
    -Rock Slide
    -Earthquake
    -Cross Chop
    STANDARD
    
    #071 Victreebel@Bright Powder
    -Stun Powder/Sleep Powder/Swords Dance
    -Synthesis/Giga Drain
    -Sludge Bomb
    -Double Edge/Body Slam/Return/Frustration
    
    #073 Tentacruel@Leftovers
    -Surf
    -Barrier
    -Mirror Coat
    -Sludge Bomb
    
    #076 Golem@Leftovers
    -Curse
    -Explosion
    -Rock Slide
    -Earth Quake
    STANDARD
    
    #078 Rapidash@Leftovers
    -Fire Spin
    -Toxic
    -Swagger
    -Flamethrower
    
    #080 Slowbro@Leftovers 
    -Surf
    -Psychic
    -Thunder Wave
    -Earth Quake
    
    #082 Magneton@Leftovers 
    -Thunder 
    -Thunder Wave 
    -Rain Dance 
    -HP Water
    STANDARD not that you see it often :)
    
    #083 Farfetch'd@Stick 
    -Agility
    -Swords Dance
    -Slash
    -Wing Attack
    
    #085 Dodrio@Bright Powder 
    -Endure
    -Flail
    -Swords Dance
    -Agility
    
    #085 Dodrio@Leftovers
    -Haze
    -Tri Attack
    -Drill Peck
    -Steel Wing
    
    #087 Dewgong@Bright Powder
    -Surf
    -Whirlpool
    -Encore
    -Disable
    
    #089 Muk@Leftovers
    -Sludge Bomb
    -Screech
    -Body Slam
    -Explosion
    STANDARD
    
    #091 Cloyster@Bright Powder
    -Spikes
    -Surf
    -Ice Beam
    -Explosion
    STANDARD
    
    #094 Gengar@Leftovers
    -Mean Look
    -Perish Song
    -Substitute
    -Protect
    STANDARD
    
    #097 Hypno@Bright Powder
    -Double Team
    -Psychic
    -Meditate
    -Body Slam/ Return/ Frustration
    
    #099 Kingler@Leftovers
    -Surf
    -Ice Beam
    -Swords Dance
    -Body Slam/ Return/ Frustration
    
    #101 Electrode@King's Rock 
    -Thunder Wave
    -Thunderbolt
    -Swagger
    -Explosion
    
    #101 Electrode@Leftovers
    -Thunder Wave
    -Rain Dance
    -Thunder
    -HP Water
    STANDARD
    
    #103 Exeggutor@Bright Powder
    -Stun Spore
    -Psychic
    -Explosion
    -Moonlight
    
    #105 Marowak@Thick Club
    -Earthquake
    -Body Slam
    -Rest
    -Sleep Talk
    STANDARD STANDARD STANDARD
    
    #106 Hitmonlee@Scope Lens
    -High Jump Kick
    -Body Slam
    -Meditate
    -Rest
    
    #107 Hitmonchan@Leftovers
    -Curse
    -Mach Punch
    -HP Ghost
    -Return
    STANDARD
    
    #108 Lickitung@Mint Berry
    -Belly Drum
    -Earthquake
    -Body Slam
    -Rest
    
    #110 Weezing@Leftovers
    -Curse
    -Sludebomb
    -Explosion
    -Fire Blast
    
    #112 Rhydon@Bright Powder
    -Fissure
    -Horn Drill
    -Rest
    -Sleep Talk
    
    #112 Rhydon@Leftovers
    -Curse
    -Earthquake
    -Rock Slide
    -Body Slam
    
    #113 Rhydon@Quick Claw
    -Body Slam
    -Rock Slide
    -Earthquake
    -Horn Drill
    
    #114 Tangela@Leftovers
    -Sunny Day
    -Solar Beam
    -Sleep Powder
    -Stun Spore
    
    #115 Kangaskhan@Focus Band
    -Endure
    -Reversal
    -Roar
    -Body Slam
    
    #119 Seaking@Leftovers
    -Surf
    -Ice Beam
    -Agility
    -Horn Drill
    
    #121 Starmie@Brught Powder
    -Surf
    -Thunder Wave
    -Confuse Ray
    -Recover
    
    #121 Starmie@Bright Powder
    -Surf
    -Thunder Wave
    -Rain Dance
    -Thunder
    
    #122 Mr. Mime@Leftovers
    -Light Screen
    -Barrier
    -Safegaurd
    -Psychic
    
    #123 Scyther@Leftovers
    -Swords Dance
    -Agility
    -Baton Pass
    -Return/Frustration/Double Team
    STANDARD
    
    #124 Jynx@Leftovers
    -Attract
    -Ice Beam
    -Psychic
    -Body Slam
    
    #125 Electabuzz@Leftovers
    -Thunderbolt
    -Ice Punch
    -Cross Chop
    -Thunder Wave
    STANDARD
    
    #125 Electabuzz@Leftovers
    -Toxic
    -Pursuit
    -Thunderbolt
    -Ice Punch
    
    #126 Magmar@Leftovers
    -Screech
    -Flamethrower
    -Cross Chop
    -Return/Frustration
    
    #127 Pinsir@Leftovers
    -Swords Dance
    -Body Slam
    -Submission
    -Guilitione
    
    #128 Tauros@Leftovers
    -Earthquake
    -Thunder
    -Body Slam
    -Double Team
    
    #128 Tauros@Leftovers
    -Rest
    -Sleep Talk
    -Fissure
    -Horn Drill
    STANDARD STANDARD STANDARD STANDARD STANDARD STANDARD
    
    #130 Gyarados@Focus Band
    -Endure
    -Flail
    -Surf
    -Flamethrower
    
    #131 Lapras@Leftovers
    -Surf
    -Ice Beam
    -Thunderbolt
    -Horn Drill
    
    #131 Lapras@Leftovers
    -Surf
    -Rain Dance
    -Thunder
    -Body Slam
    
    #131 Lapras@Leftovers
    -Head Butt
    -Body Slam
    -Whirl Pool
    -Confuse Ray
    
    #132 Ditto@Metal Powder
    -Transform
    
    #133 Eevee@Leftovers
    -Baton Pass
    -Curse
    -Focus Energy
    -Body Slam
    
    #134 Vaporeon@Leftovers
    -Acid Armor
    -Surf
    -Substitute/Roar
    -Baton Pass
    STANDARD
    
    #135 Jolteon@Leftovers
    -Thunder Wave
    -Thunderbolt
    -Swagger
    -Attract
    STANDARD
    
    #136 Flareon@Bright Powder
    -Endure
    -Flail
    -Body Slam
    -Flamethrower
    STANDARD
    
    #139 Omastar@Leftovers 
    -Surf
    -AncientPower
    -Ice Beam
    -Return
    
    #141 Kabutops@Leftovers
    -Surf
    -Body Slam
    -Ancient Power
    -Swords Dance
    
    #142 Aerodactyl @Leftovers
    -Wing Attack
    -Whirlwind/Steel Wing
    -Earthquake
    -Ancient Power
    STANDARD
    
    #143 Snorlax@Mint Berry
    -Rest
    -Curse
    -Double Edge
    -Earthquake
    STANDARD STANDARD STANDARD STANDARD STANDARD STANDARD STANDARD CHEAP
    
    #144 Articuno@Leftovers 
    -Ice Beam
    -Whirlwind
    -Rest
    -Sleep Talk
    
    #145 Zapdos@Leftovers 
    -Whirlwind
    -Thunder wave
    -Thunderbolt
    -Drill Peck 
    STANDARD STANDARD STANDARD STANDARD
    
    #146 Moltres@Leftovers 
    -Fire Spin
    -Toxic
    -Swagger
    -Flamethrower
    
    #149 Dragonite@Leftovers
    -Curse
    -Extremespeed
    -Wing Attack
    -Thunder Wave/Steel Wing
    
    #150 Mewtwo@Leftovers
    Barrier
    Reflect
    Safegaurd
    Psychic
    
    #150 Mewtwo@Bright Powder
    Rain Dance
    Bubblebeam
    Thunder
    Recover
    
    #150 Mewtwo@Bright Powder
    Sunny Day
    Flamethrower
    Solar Beam
    Recover
    
    #150 Mewtwo@King's Rock/Bitter Berry (in case Psych UP, Psych's 
    confusion)
    Swagger
    Psych Up
    Body Slam
    Recover
    
    #150 Mewtwo@Bright Powder
    Flamethrower
    Psychic
    Submission
    Recover
    
    #150 Mewtwo@Bright Powder
    Double Edge
    Submission
    Self Destruct
    Recover
    
    #151 Mew
    So many possibilities, Make 1 yourself
    
    #154 Meganium@Bright Powder
    -Sunny Day
    -Solar Beam
    -Swords Dance/Synthesis
    -Earthquake
    
    #157 Typhlosion@Leftovers/Mint Berry 
    -Roar/Rest
    -Flamethrower
    -Earthquake
    -Thunderpunch
    STANDARD
    
    #160 Feraligatr@Leftovers 
    -Surf/Hydro Pump
    -Ancient Power/Rock Slide
    -Earthquake
    -Return/Frustration
    STANDARD
    
    #160 Feraligatr@Leftovers
    -Screech
    -Earthquake
    -Rock Slide
    -Sirf
    
    #162 Furret@Leftovers 
    -Return/Frustration
    -Curse
    -Shadowball
    -Amnseia
    
    #164 Noctowl@Bright Powder 
    -Curse
    -Return
    -Wing Attack
    -Whirl Wind
    
    #166 Ledian@Leftovers 
    -Reflect
    -Light Screen
    -Safegaurd
    -Return/Frustration 
    
    #168 Ariados@Leftovers
    -Spider Web
    -Agility
    -Baton Pass
    -Sludgebomb
    
    #169 Crobat@Leftovers
    -Meanlook
    -Confuse Ray
    -Toxic
    -Fly
    STANDARD
    
    #171 Lanturn@Leftovers 
    -Rain Dance
    -Thunder
    -Surf
    -Flail
    
    
    #176 Togetic@Leftovers 
    -Attract
    -Fly
    -Psychic
    -Fire Blast
    
    #176 Togetic@Mint Berry
    -Sunny Day
    -Solar Beam
    -Sunny Day
    -Fire Blast
    
    #178 Xatu@Leftovers 
    -Drill Peck
    -Psychic
    -Haze
    -Faint Attack
    
    #181 Ampharos@Leftovers 
    -Thunderbolt
    -Light Screen
    -Fire Punch
    -Body Slam/Thunder Wave
    
    #182 Bellossom@Bright Powder 
    -Moonlight
    -Solar Beam
    -Sunny Day
    -Return/Frustraion/Stun Spore
    
    #184 Azumarril@Leftovers 
    -Whirlpool
    -Double Team
    -Perish Song
    -Attract
    
    #185 Sudowoodo@Leftovers 
    -Curse
    -Rock Slide
    -Self Desstruct
    -Earthquake
    
    #186 Politoed@Leftovers 
    -Surf
    -Psychic
    -Body Slam
    -Haze
    
    #186 Politoed@Leftovers
    -Surf
    -Psychic
    -Ice Beam
    -Growth
    
    #189 Jumpluff@Leftovers 
    -Stun Spore
    -Sleep Powder/Amnesia
    -Leech Seed
    -Rest
    STANDARD
    
    #190 Aipom@Leftovers 
    -Curse
    -Agility
    -Baton Pass
    -Return/Frustration
    
    #192 Sunflora@Bright Powder 
    -Sunny Day
    -Synthesis
    -Solar Beam
    -Return/Frustration
    
    #193 Yanma@Bright Powder
    -Screech
    -Wing Attack
    -Double Team
    -Reversal
    
    #195 Quagsire@Mint Berry
    -Surf
    -Body Slam
    -Earthquake
    -Rest
    
    #196 Espeon@Leftovers 
    -Psychic
    -Bite
    -Morning Sun
    -Frustration/Return
    
    #197 Umbreon@Leftovers
    -Mean Look
    -Toxic
    -Body Slam/Baton Pass
    -Moonlight/Confuse Ray
    STANDARD
    
    #198 Murkrow@Leftovers 
    -Drill Peck
    -Faint Attack
    -Whirlwind/Haze
    -Psych Up
    
    #199 Slowking@Leftovers 
    -Surf
    -Curse/Thunderbolt
    -Earthquake
    -Psychic
    STANDARD
    
    #200 Misdreavus@Leftovers
    -Mean Look
    -Perish Song
    -Pain Split
    -Double Team
    
    #201 Unown@Burnt Berry
    -Hidden Power
    Show you really have problems I mean Unown is on your team!
    
    #202 Wobbuffet@Leftovers 
    -Counter
    -Mirror Coat
    -Safegaurd
    -Destiny Bond
    STANDARD
    
    #203 Girafarig@Leftovers 
    -Agility
    -Crunch/Amnesia
    -Psychic
    -Return/Frustration/Body Slam/ Baton Pass
    
    #205 Forretress@Bright Powder 
    -Spikes
    -Curse
    -Pin Missle
    -Explosion
    STANDARD
    
    #206 Dunsparce@King's Rock 
    -Glare
    -Swagger
    -Mud Slap
    -Headbutt
    STANDARD
    
    #207 Gligar@Leftovers 
    -Screech
    -Curse
    -Metal Claw
    -Wing Attack
    
    #207 Gligar@Leftovers
    -Curse
    -Quick Attack
    -Earthquake
    -Wing Attack
    
    #208 Steelix@Leftovers 
    -Curse
    -Earthquake
    -Body Slam
    -Roar
    STANDARD
    
    #210 Granbull@Leftovers 
    -Rest
    -Return/Frustration/Body Slam
    -Heal Bell
    -Earthquake
    
    #211 Qwilfish@Bright Powder 
    -Spikes
    -Double Team
    -Curse
    -Sludgebomb
    
    #212 Scizor@Leftovers
    -Agility
    -Swords Dance
    -Baton Pass
    -Steel Wing/Double Tam
    STANDARD
    
    #213 Shuckle@Leftovers 
    -Wrap
    -Toxic
    -Attract
    -Encore
    
    #214 Heracross@Focus Band
    -Mega Horn
    -Endure
    -Reversal
    -Counter
    STANDARD
    
    #215 Sneasel@Leftovers 
    -Screech
    -Curse
    -Return/Frustration
    -Faint Attack/Ice Beam
    
    #217 Ursaring@Mint Berry 
    -Rest
    -Curse
    -Earthquake
    -Return/Frustration
    STANDARD
    
    #219 Magcargo@Leftovers 
    -Rock Slide
    -Flamethrower
    -Body Slam
    -Sunny Day
    
    #221 Piloswine@Leftovers
    -Ice Beam
    -Earthquake
    -Body Slam
    -Curse/Ancient Power
    
    #222 Corsola@Bright Powder
    -Recover
    -Curse
    -Ancient Power
    -Mirror Coat
    
    #224 Octillery@Leftovers
    -Surf
    -Ice Beam
    -Flamethrower
    -Psybeam
    
    #225 Delibird@Leftovers 
    -Curse
    -Fly
    -Return/Frustration
    -Ice Beam
    
    #226 Mantine@Leftovers 
    -Confuse Ray
    -Surf
    -Ice Beam
    -Wing Attack
    
    #227 Skarmory@Leftovers 
    -Whirlwind
    -Drill Peck
    -Return/Frustation/Steel Wing
    -Curse
    STANDARD
    
    #229 Houndoom@Leftovers
    -Crunch 
    -Flamethrower
    -Sunny Day 
    -Solarbeam 
    STANDARD
    
    #230 Kingdra@Leftovers
    -Surf
    -Ice Beam
    -Dragonbreath
    -Attract/Agility /Haze
    STANDARD
    
    #232 Donphan@Leftovers 
    -Body Slam
    -Earthquake
    -Curse
    -Rest/Roar
    
    #233 Porygon2@Bright Powder
    -Ice Beam
    -Double Edge
    -Curse
    -Recover
    
    #234 Stantler@Leftovers 
    -Confuse Ray
    -Return/Frustration
    -Earthquake
    -Curse
    
    #235 Smeargle@Leftovers
    -Spider Web
    -Spore
    -Mind Reader
    -Horn Drill
    
    #237 Hitmontop@Leftovers 
    -Rapid Spin/Mach Punch
    -Return/Frustration
    -Double Kick
    -Curse
    
    #241 Miltank@Bright Powder 
    -Body Slam
    -Milk Drink
    -Earthquake
    -Heal Bell
    STANDARD
    
    
    #242 Blissey@Bright Powder
    -Heal Bell
    -Soft Boiled
    -Light Screen
    -Psychic 
    
    #242 Blissey@Bright Powder
    -Light Screen
    -Soft Boiled
    -Double Team
    -Mud Slap
    
    #243 Raikou@Leftovers 
    -Crunch
    -Spark
    -Rest
    -Reflect
    STANDARD
    
    #244 Entei@Leftovers 
    -Rest
    -Solarbeam
    -Flamethrower
    -Solarbeam
    STANDARD
    
    #245 Suicune@Leftovers
    -Surf
    -Rest
    -Ice Beam
    -Mirror Coat
    STANDARD
    
    #248 Tyranitar@Leftovers 
    -Fire Blast
    -Crunch
    -Ancient Power
    -Earthquake
    STANDARD
    
    #249 Lugia@Leftovers 
    -Curse
    -Aeroblast
    -Earthquake
    -Recover
    STANDARD
    
    #250 Ho-oh@Leftovers 
    -Sacred Fire/Flamethrower
    -Solar Beam
    -Sunny Day
    -Recover
    STANDARD
    
    #250 Ho-oh@Leftovers
    -Sacred Fire/Flamethrower
    -Thunderbolt
    -Earthquake
    -Recover
    
    #251 Celebi@Leftovers
    -Heal Bell
    -Leech Seed
    -Psychic
    -Recover
    STANDARD
    
    Dragoknight67's alternate attacking umbreon
    
    Umbreon@leftovers
    -Swagger
    -Pysch Up
    -Shadow ball/body slam/return/double edge
    -Moonlight
    
    Dark Mewtwo1
     
    Blissey@Leftovers
    -Thunder Wave
    -Counter
    -Seismic Toss
    -Softboiled
    
    Venomoth@Leftovers
    -Stun Spore
    -Sleep Powder
    -Curse
    -Sludge bomb
    
    Smeargle@Quick Claw
    -Spider Web
    -Spore
    -Dream Eater
    -Nightmare
    
    Smeargle@Quick Claw
    -Spore
    -Sword's Dance
    -Megahorn
    -Aeroblast
    
    Lickitung
    
    Lickitung (who did you expect)@Leftovers
    -Swords Dance
    -Body Slam
    -Earthquake
    -Seismic Toss/Curse
    
    MasterVivi
    
    Jumpluff-female@King's Rock
    -Headbutt
    -Stun spore
    -Leech seed
    -Attract
    
    Zoneseeker
    
    Crobat@Leftovers/MiracleBerry
    -Mean Look
    -Protect
    -Detect
    -Toxic
    
    Ssj3Kris036
    
    Lugia@Leftovers
    -Earthquake
    -Psychic
    -Surf
    -Aeroblast
    
    hwoop
    
    Marowak
    ~Earthquake
    ~Rock Slide
    ~HP Bug
    ~Swords Dance
    @Thick Club
    
    Gengar
    ~Counter
    ~Destiny Bond
    ~Swagger
    ~Protect
    @Leftovers
    
    SSJ3 Josh
     
    Charizard@Leftovers
    Swords Dance
    Earthquake
    Rock Slide
    Rest/Wing Attack/Flamethrower
    
    Mew@Leftovers
    Swords Dance
    Rock Slide/Ancient Power(Preference Decision)
    Earthquake
    Softboiled
    
    Butterfree@Leftovers
    Double Team
    Curse
    Return/Double-Edge
    Hidden Power Fire/Psychic
    
    Politoed@Leftovers
    Whirlpool
    Perish Song
    Rest
    Protect
    
    Politoed@Leftovers
    Belly Drum
    Rest
    Body Slam
    Earthquake/Shadowball
    
    Mew
    ~Swift
    ~Swords Dance
    ~Softboiled
    ~Shadow Ball
    @Miracle Berry
    
    Politoed
    ~Psychic
    ~Surf
    ~Counter
    ~Rest/Haze
    @Mint Berry/Leftovers(depending on the last move)
    
    Bladedancer
    
    Poliwrath @ mint berry
    
    Fissure
    Mind Reader
    Surf
    Rest 
    
    TMOG
    
    Charizard@Leftovers
    -Thunderpunch
    -Dragonbreath
    -Flamethrower
    -Sunny Day
    -Leftovers
    
    Blackthorne2050
    
    Umbreon @ Leftovers
    -Mud-Slap
    -Toxic
    -Pursuit
    -Moonlight
    
    Electabuzz @ Leftovers
    -Thunderbolt
    -Cross Chop
    -Ice Punch
    -Psychic
    
    Starmie @ Scope Lens
    -Surf
    -Thunderbolt
    -Ice Beam
    -Recover
    
    ========================================================================
    18. THE LITTLE THINGS
    ========================================================================
    
    This is a section devoted to explaining things that didn't quite fit
    into other sections or just a quick and easy explanation of things that
    are scattered across the topics.
    
    >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
    18.1   TRAINING LOCATIONS >
    >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
    
    >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
    18.2   PHONE NUMBERS >
    >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
    
    ---ALL
    This is a listing of ALL phone numbers and what they do for you.
    
    ---ITEMS
    This is a listing of the phone numbers of people who give you stuff
    
    ---SPECIAL
    These are people who call to tell you cetain special things
    
    ---EASTER EGGS
    This is a listing of the "secret" phone numbers, how you get them and
    what they do.
    
    Buena
    Buena will give you her phone number if you stockpile 30 points on your
    blue card, she calls to tell you things about people, such as Mary's
    weight problems and how the host of the Lucky Number show has never won
    on it and vows to continue until he does.
    
    You can not call Buena while she is hosting her show (from 6:00 to 12:00
    every night), if you do you get her answering machine.
    
    Buena gives you nothing but occasional comic relief.
    
    Pokefan William
    To get his phone number, you must have Pikachu on your party and go talk
    to him on Route (the one above Olivine).  He will then give you his
    phone number.
    
    When you 
    
    >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
    18.3   TIPS AND TRICKS >
    >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
    
    Lam Diep once started a topic entitled "Tips and Tricks" on the Pokemon
    crystal board in Gamefaqs , this was in July and I promised to put it
    here some time soon, so December of that year seemed soon enough for me.
    
    PLEASE BE AWARE THAT I DO NOT GARANUNTEE THEM TO WORK BUT THIS IS IN NO
    WAY A LIST LIKE THAT OF GAMEWINNERS.COM AND I SPENT A CONSIDERABLE
    AMOUNT OF TIME TRYING TO CONFIRM THE INFORMATION.  I WILL ACCEPT NEW
    TRICKS/CORRECTIONS TO OLD ONES BUT ONLY FOR POKEMON CRYSTAL VERSION (THE
    U.S. RELEASE EDITION)
    
    The codes have been organized to be in certain sections.  Here is a mini
    table of contents
    ---Shining Pokemon
    ---Cloning
    ---Money Tricks / Coin Tricks
    ---Training
    ---Other
    People are listed with Gamefaqs user name in the period of about July
    7th-20th in the year 2002, if you want me to change it e-mail me.
    
    #################
    Shining Pokemon #
    #################
    
    From: Lam Diep
    
    How To Get A Rare Pokémon In Your Pokédex and Shiny
    
    First, save and then catch a rare Pokémon (Suicune, Ho-oh, and Lugia are
    recommended for this trick, but the others will be a rare chance) and do
    the Cloning trick (Note: DO NOT SAVE IN FRONT OF THE PC) with the rare
    Pokémon (don't forget to interrupt save). Now check the PC, there should
    be the rare Pokémon you caught earlier. Go back to where you caught that
    Pokémon (like I said, Lugia, Ho-oh, and Suicune works). If there's a
    Pokémon there, then you did it correctly, if it's not, you messed up on
    the cloning trick. 
    
    Now train a Pokémon that knows False Swipe and Double Team, and other
    useless moves for the rest(dream eater, tail whip, screech, etc.). Give
    your Mom (Game Mom, not real) all your money and save. Go to the rare
    Pokémon and fight it.
    
    If it's Shiny, use Double Team to increase evasion and False Swipe to
    lower it's HP and catch it. (or use Master Ball if you have any)
    
    If it's not Shiny, let it kill you by using False Swipe and the other 2
    useless moves. Do not use Double Team, otherwise it'll miss you every
    chance and you'll have a longer time dealing with a Pokémon that can't
    kill you.
    
    Repeat this and hopefully it'll be shiny during one of the chances of
    you facing it.
    
    Note: Saving and reseting resets the capture ratios and is a very rare
    chance of getting it Shiny. Trust me, I reset my game about 130 times
    trying to get a Shiny Sudowoodo but failed each turn. It also wasted me
    an hour of Game-Play. I could of done serious training that time! 
    
    ***Note shining chancesd are 1:4096***
    
    ----NEXT TIP/TRICK------------------------------------------------------
    
    
    From: Lam Diep
    
    Pokémon Don't Shine When They Hatch
    
    Some Pokémon might be shiny when they hatch but they don't "sparkle".
    The only way you can tell if they're shiny is their change in color, but
    what if you can't tell? Check the stats. For
    example, Pichu is normally "YELLOW" and a shiny one is "BROWN". It will
    blind you because you can't tell the difference, thus thinking that the
    Pokémon is worthless, you deposit it in the PC to let it rot until you
    realize, it's shiny.
    
    My note: Abra is worse in similar colors, I might have a list of very
    similar children in a future update, when breeding it try to notice the
    slightest detail changes.
    
    ----NEXT TIP/TRICK------------------------------------------------------
    
    From: Me!
    
    1:64 Shining Starters
    (taken from my faq used with my own permision)
    
    M=MaleF=Female(Skip 0 if Shining Gyarados is M)
    
    0) Breed Gyarados (F) with any qualified for Magikarp (M)
    1) Breed Gyarados (M) (or Magikarp (M) baby from 0) with Charmander (F)
    for a Charmander (F) they are rare 1:8 but possible.
    2) Breed Charmander (F) with a desired Parent for Charmander (M), the 
    baby has a 1:64 chance of being shining because the attack genes
    (determine gender) are ALL in the M category for Starters.
    
    ---To go beyond Charmander----
    3) Take Charmander (M) (Which may or may not be Shining) and mate it
    with a Starter (F) make sure the baby is a (F)
    4) Breed the baby girl with a match. Again 1:64 babies will be Shining!
    
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    Cloning #
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    Shadowangemon
    
    ****Cloning/Duplication trick:****
    (yes it works!)
    
    1) Give a pokemon an item.
    2) Save in front of the PC.
    3) Deposit the pokemon into an empty box.
    4) Exit out of the PC.
    5) Choose to save the game, and when it says "Saving... Don't turn off
    the power" wait about half
    a second and turn off the GameBoy.
    
    The timing is kinda tricky, but it works.
    If the pokemon is in the Party but not the PC, you turned it off too
    early. If the pokemon is in the PC but not the party, you turned it off
    too late. If the pokemon in the PC is glitched, release it before saving
    the game.
    
    NEVER CHANGE BOXES TO DO AN INTERRUPTED SAVE! THIS WILL PROBABLY
    CORRUPT YOU BOX!
    
    However, if this does happen, play the game normally for a while and it
    should fix itself. Usually, just Flying to the next town will fix it.
    
    There are ways to modify this trick(I'll cover them later ;) ), but
    following my steps above will help prevent serious glitches.
    
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    From: Cloud5176 
    Interrupted Saving Help
    When the "Saving... Do not turn off the power." appears, shut off the
    game before the word "Power" appears, and after the word "the" appears.
    Hope this clears a lot of things up.
    
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    Money Tricks / Coin Tricks #
    ############################
    
    From: Lam Diep
    
    Good Money Tip
    
    1. On Mondays, there is an old man in the underground passage (In
    Goldenrod City) that sell items for bargains. Buy those and resell them
    at a different store.
    
    2. Equip Amulet Coin to your starter Pokémon and fight in the Elite Four
    to gain Experience Points and earn some Cash.
    
    3. Combine Amulet Coin with a Meowth/Persian (or anyone with RBY TM) and
    use Pay Day at the Elite Four, resulting more funds.
    
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    From: Shadowangemon
    Cheat the Move Tutor
    I was the first person to post this trick, hope you enjoy it. There are
    a few ways to do this, but this is how I do it
    
    1) Save in front of the PC.
    2) Aquire 4000 Coins(I just buy them)
    3) Teach a pokemon one of the Move Tutor moves.
    4) Deposit it in a PC Box.
    5) Do an interrupted save.
    6) The pokemon with the move should be in the PC and the pokemon without
    it should be in your party. Also, you should still have your money and
    the Move Tutor will still be there.
    
    I've never managed to do this more than 5 times in one day. If you have
    any trouble I can try to describe my tricks in more detail.
    
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    From: Shadowangemon
    
    Move Tutor
    
    He appears outside of the Goldenrod Gamecorner every Wednesday and
    Saturday after you beat the Elite Four. He'll teach one pokemon one move
    for 4000 coins(Or you can use my trick, posted above, to cheat him).
    
    Note: Beating Red has nothing to do with the Move Tutor and affects him
    in no way.
    
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    From: bobhead
    Easy Coins at the Game corners
    
    In the games with the slot machine thingie(NOT the one with the cards),
    if youi look closely you can see the sevens go by, when you DON'T see
    any sevens, press A and when it stops, a 7 should appear, for the second
    slot, just press it anywhere and it should automatically change to a
    seven, if the third one is not a seven, it will change in one of three
    ways
    
    1. Golems will fall on the reel causing it to change(I forgot how many
    golems fall)
    
    2. The reel will continue spinning for like 11 slots then stop
    
    3. a chansey (or whatever it is will walk in and change it and MAKE it a
    seven (regardless of how long it takes).
    
    Save the game(just in case you lose too many coins), then do it again
    
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    From: Shadowangemon
    
    1) Choose the pokemon and item you want to duplicate.
    2) Give the pokemon an item.
    3) Save the game in front of the PC.
    4) Deposit the pokemon.
    5) Exit out of the PC.
    5) Do an interrupted save.
    
    For an interrupted save, turn the power off about half a second after it
    finishes saying, "Saving... Don't turn off the power."
    Now, when you turn the power back on, the pokemon should be in the PC
    and your party. Just keep trying it until you get it. I believe I
    already posted how to correct your timing.
    
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    Training #
    ##########
    
    From: Lam Diep
    
    Speed Up Game Battles
    
    You can speed up game battles by turning off the Battle Animation. It's
    in your "Options" menu.
    
    1. Press Start.
    2. Select OPTION.
    3. Select BATTLE SCENE.
    4. Press Right/Left until the word under BATTLE SCENE (NO/YES) turns to
    "NO".
    
    Now, in each battle you encounter, all animations will be stopped (like
    Dragonite's long flapping wing scene) and the game attack moves will not
    show (Flamethrowers' flame) speeding up the game.
    
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    From: Electabuzz
    
    Raising pokes 
    
    Team variations:
    
    1.Raise any poke to lvl 15-20 and give it exp share.
    2.go through the elite four 2 times that poke should be about lvl40 now.
    3.now you can do that with 5 other pokes and you'll have another team to
    face the elite four with a diffrent team
    
    ps.i know it not really a tip but i think it a fun thing to do.
    
    Happiness:easy way to get happinesss up is to take that poke to blues
    sisters house in pallet and she raise the happiness points 3 a time and
    you can do it twice meaning 6 points total.this can be only done between
    3 and 4 in the afternoon.
    ***I'd like to note that you can feed 15 stat boost items, that will
    cause the happiness to raise enough to evolve (this IS expensive)
    
    Battling:a good team should consist of a sweeper [i use arcinine],a
    trapper [i use umbreon],a phisical attacker [i dont have one yet but
    machamp a good choise],a special attacker [i use alakazam],a hazer/heal
    beller and whatever else your team needs.
    
    Fun things to do:get you and a mate to raise six magikarp/unkown to lvl
    100 and battle each other with them[this isn't fun but a intresting
    thing to do]
    
    battle people who have just started a new game with a team of 5 lvl 5
    magikarps and when he killed them bring out a lvl 100
    tyranitar/mewtwo/lugia ect.. and watch how they worry. 
    
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    From: Shadowangemon
    
    Elite Four tips
    
    Get your pokemon around 45 for the best results. They will be strong
    enough without taking all the fun out of it.
    
    Will- It's best to have an Electric/Ice type and a Fire/Electric pokemon
    to back it up.
    
    Koga- I like to lead off with a Fire type, then switch to a
    Psychic/Ground type.
    
    Bruno- He's the easiest. Just get a strong Psychic type. Grass/Poison
    and Flying pokemon could do well too, but some Flying types may have
    some trouble against one of them.
    
    Karen- She uses an assortment. Don't use anything weak to Dark. Lead off
    with something that has Mist or Swift. A Water or Ground, Fire or
    Psychic or Ice, and Electric or Ice types will give you an advantage
    against the rest.
    
    Lance- Lead off with Electric, use Ice against the Dragonites(I OHKO'd
    all three with a level 42 Jynx's Ice Punch), and Water/Rock/Electric can
    finish it up.
    
    This is why I suggest the average team should have Fire, Water,
    Electric, and Psychic, and Ground/Poison/Normal/Fighting to round it
    out. It makes for a balanced team and it can go through the entire game.
    
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    From: Lam Diep
    
    Elite Four Experience list
    ====================
    Will - 4200/8400
    ~~~~~
    Xatu Lv. 40
    -1465
    Slowbro Lv. 41
    -1440
    Jynx Lv. 41
    -1203
    Exeggutor Lv. 41
    -1861
    Xatue Lv. 42
    -1539
    
    Koga - 4400/8800
    ~~~~~
    Ariados Lv. 40
    -1147
    Forretress Lv. 43
    -1086
    Muk Lv. 42
    -1413
    Crobat Lv. 44
    -1923
    Venomoth Lv. 41
    -1212
    
    Bruno - 4600/9200
    ~~~~~
    Hitmontop Lv. 42
    -1242
    Onix Lv. 43
    -994
    Machamp Lv. 46
    -1902
    Hitmonlee Lv. 42
    -1251
    Hitmonchan Lv. 42
    -1260
    
    Karen - 4700/9400
    ~~~~~
    Umbreon Lv. 42
    -1773
    Gengar Lv. 45
    -1831
    Murkrow Lv. 44
    -1008
    Houndoom Lv. 47
    -2053
    Vileplume Lv. 42
    -1656
    
    Lance - 5000/10000
    ~~~~~
    Gyarados Lv. 44
    -2017
    Aerodactyle Lv. 46
    -1990
    Dragonite Lv. 47
    -2194
    Dragonite Lv. 47
    -2194
    Charizard Lv. 46
    -2059
    Dragonite Lv. 50
    -2335
    
    Total Experience: 42048
    Total Cash Earn : 22400/44800
    
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    From: Shadowangemon
    
    Gym Leader Tips
    
    Falkner the Bird Trainer of Violet-
    Either train a Geodude with Rock Throw or just get your starter(unless
    it's Chikorita) to around level 14 or so.
    
    Bugsy the Bug Trainer of Azalea-
    Geodude also comes in handy here, but so does Cyndaquil, which should
    really have evolved by now. Bird pokemon can also do pretty well.
    
    Whitney the Crybaby of Goldenrod- Ok, so she's the Normal Trainer
    Don't worry about the Clefairy. It should go down in one or two turns.
    As for the Miltank, that's a different matter all together. Unless
    you're pokemon are level 25+, you might have a bit of trouble. I find
    that a Ground pokemon with Dig works wonders, as does Quilava's
    Smokescreen and various sleep attacks.
    
    Morty the Ghost Trainer of Ecruteak-
    Go catch a Tauros or Miltank for a laugh. Most pokemon around level 25
    won't have a problem. Noctowl actually seems to be designed to fight
    Ghosts, but it's not much good after this Gym. I swept this Gym with a
    level 23 Miltank(No stops at the pokemon center, one Rollout can take
    out each of the trainers), so you get the idea.
    
    Chuck the Blowhard of Cianwood- He's also a Fighting Trainer
    Don't even bother training between Ecruteak and here. If you have a
    Flying or Psychic pokemon that's in the mid 20s you shouldn't have a
    problem, but watch out for Poliwrath's Surf.
    
    Jasmine the once Rock but now Steel Trainer or Olivine-
    No one would blame you for skipping this Gym. The badge simply raises
    Defense and you get the pretty much worthless Iron Tail TM. Also, the
    levels are as high as those in the next Gym, but you haven't fought Team
    Rocket for training. A Ground pokemon can take care of both Magnemites.
    Just use Dig. STAB and a x4 weakness will do the rest. The level 34
    Steelix is something else. Don't even bother trying it below level 31
    unless you have a very strong Water or Fire type. It's best to have
    both, since I think it has Rain
    Dance as well as Sunny Day, and both types are resistant to Iron Tail.
    Rock Throw isn't a problem. Fire and Water are Steelix's only real
    weaknesses.
    
    Pryce the old guy of Mohogany that Trains Ice Pokemon-
    Pretty much all of the junior trainers use Water or Water/Ice pokemon,
    so forget a Fire weakness.  Stick with Electric. Electric will get you
    through until you get to Pryce himself. Thanks to Team Rocket, you
    should have enough levels(around 30) to beat him easily.
    
    Claire of the Dragon Clan of Blackthorne-
    I hate this Gym. Don't even bother unless your pokemon are around 35.
    The junior trainers will fall to Electric and Ice. Claire is just
    frustrating. Her Dragonairs aren't too bad if you have a fast Ice type
    like Jynx, or at least Ice Punch on Alakazam or something. However, make
    sure she uses the Full Restore on one of the Dragonairs and not the
    Kingdra. It's hard enough as it is. Hit it with the strongest Normal,
    Electric, Grass, and Ice attacks you can manage. Status effects are
    helpful as well.
    
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    From: Lam Diep
    
    Easier Way To Train When At The Elite 4
    Note: This is only most effective for players who start over on their
    game. Also, this tip probably has already been posted by some other
    user, but I didn't see it, so this could just be a really old tip.
    
    There is a "Blue Old Man" standing next to an Abra that looks like a Mr.
    Mime (in game-person, not in battle) in the Indigo Poké Center that
    knows Teleport. He'll help you go home by teleporting you back to New
    Bark Town. Just talk to him and select "Yes" and you'll instantly appear
    on front of your game home (kinda like being Whited Out). From here,
    give all your game Mom your money and Surf 2 squares to the east, Fly
    back to Indigo Plateau and challenge the Elite Four. Keep battling
    through like usual until you lose. You'll end up back at the front door
    of Indigo Plateau. With the money you have (if you have any), buy some
    Full Restore to go further through the Elite Four and earn more XP and
    Cash. If you choose not to, you can teleport back home and store your
    money and fly to Indigo again. You won't lose any funds (only the one
    you got from the Elite Four) and will still gain some by repeatly beat
    the Elite Four.
    
    Note: I hope this wasn't too long. 
    
    Cut down time on Elite 4.
    
    1. Follow remove battle animation in options menu
    2. Put Text speed up to High in options menu.
    3. The harder one (but none are really hard). Most people know that once
    you beat the Elite 4, You can fast forward the Credits by pressing B.
    Most of those know you can reset by pressing Start+Select+A+B at the
    credits. But I found out you can reset the game once you start seeing
    your pokemons info.
    
    i. Save before facing Lance (So before goin uo the to the platform).
    ii. Beat Lance (The easy part)
    iii. Go through Prof Oak Scene
    iv. Go into new room and Lance will talk. Eventually he will say that he
    will record you and your partners as champions.
    v. You will put your pokemon on this machine, that while recording them,
    also seem to heal them.  After a small while it will say "Saving Record.
    Don't turn off power".
    vi. After it does that and saves, your first pokemon will start coming
    across the screen. It is now safe for you to reset.
    
    This always works for me, but the first time you do it, save before
    Lance, just in case, because I take no responsibility for this trick not
    saving properly. Saving before Lance isn't a neccesary part of this, it
    is just to make sure the first time through.
    
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    Phone Numbers #
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    From: Lam Diep
    Getting Phone Numbers Help
    
    If you can get Phone numbers from people that gives you Evolution
    Stones, they can sometimes call you for a battle too. Everytime they
    battle you, their Pokémon's level will rise, resulting in more
    experience points once you fight them a later time! Combine this with
    the Phone Call Trick to increase chances of getting a call for battle
    (sometimes, STONES).
    
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    From: Lam Diep
    Buena's Password Show
    
    Everynight from 6:00 PM to 12:00 AM, there's a radio tune called:
    Buena's Password (atleast that's what I think). She'll give out
    passwords for you to remember. Go to the Radio Station in Goldenrod on
    the 2nd Floor (the woman in red in the way south-east corner) and Tell
    her that in order to gain Points on the Blue Card. A woman in green near
    her will exchange the points for useful items. Get 30 Points and she'll
    give you her Phone Number (I don't know what it's for, I'll check on
    that once I get 30 Points. Hopefully, someone here probably knows it). I
    don't know how much points needed for certain items, I'll name it later.
    
    ***Buena's Number works***
    
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    From: Lam Diep
    
    Best Phone Numbers to Get
    
    Trainer # -- Location
    
    [ITEMS]
    Alan/Route 36- The boy standing closest to the (once) Sudowoodo tree.
    Gives Fire Stones.
    Dana/Route 38- The girl that turns around a lot, near the top. Gives
    Thunder Stones.
    Gina/Route 34- The girl that is surrounded by grass. Gives Leaf Stone.
    Tully/Route 42- The guy standing near the lake. Gives Water Stone.
    
    [SWARMS]
    Anothony/Route 33- Near Union Cave exit. Tells you when Dunsparce
    swarms.
    Arnie/Route 35- Near the Cut-able tree. Tells you when Yanma swarms.
    Ralph/Route 32- The guy standing near the southern bride entrance. Tells
    you when Qwilfish
    swarms.
    
    [MISCELLANEOUS]
    Todd/Route 34- The guy standing closest to Goldenrod on the east. Tells
    you when Goldenrod City Dept. Store has a sale.
    
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    From: Lam Diep
    
    Phone Trick
    
    Talk to your game Mom and say NO to "Or is this about your money" and
    she'll say "Is it day lights saving?/Is day lights saving over" (or
    somethin' like that) and select YES. Eventually, someone in the game
    will call you. If they don't do it again. You can repeatly do this until
    you get the desired phone call.
    
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    Other #
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    From: Shadowangemon
    Get all three starters
    
    1) Start a new game and save outside of Elm's place.
    2) Get your starter, then play through the game until you get the
    pokeballs.
    3) Catch a Ratatta or something and deposit your starter holding a
    pokeball.
    4) Do an interrupted save(Do I really have to explain this again?)
    5) You should be outside Elm's place. Go in and get the next starter.
    6) Proceed to Cherrygrove and check the PC for the first starter.
    7a) If it's there, repeat steps 3-5 and then go back and make sure the
    first two starters are in there
    and you're holding the third.
    7b) If it's not there, start back at step 2.
    
    It sounds complicated... And it kinda is. Make sure you know what you're
    doing before you start or you'll just get confused.
    
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    From: Shadowangemon
    
    Catch Multiple Legendaries
    This works best for Lugia and Ho-oh, as well as Lapras and Sudowoodo,
    and any other one-timers
    
    1) Save in front of it(if it's one that you can see).
    2) Battle it as normal and catch it.
    3) Do an interrupted save.
    4) When you turn the power back on, you should still be in the same
    place, and so should the pokemon. You may want to check the PC since it
    won't be in your pokedex.
    
    Repeat as needed.
    
    Note: This works with pokemon you receive in an event too.
    
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    From: Lam Diep
    
    Blue Card Point Exchange
    
    Item Name --------- Points Required
    Ultra Ball -------- 2
    Full Restore ------ 2
    Nugget ------------ 3
    Rare Candy -------- 3
    HP UP ------------- 5
    Calcium ----------- 5
    Carbos ------------ 5
    Iron -------------- 5
    Protein ----------- 5
    
    BONUS: Buena's Phone Number - 30
    
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    From: GrandThief321
    
    Pokemon Happiness.....
    
    To make a pokemon happier, train the pokemon in the time and place you
    caught it.(ex. i hatched an eevee egg on route 38 at night and it evolve
    at level 20 with nothing else but training) (note- traded pokemon aren't
    yours so you can't use this with them.) also note that you can find
    where you caught a pokemon by going to the pokeseer in
    Cinawood(spelling?)
    
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    From: ChickMaster
    
    If you want HP electric Heracross, use it against Pigey, if it super
    effective, it either ice or rock or electric. Use it against Donphan, if
    it doesn't effect so it'll be HP electric. Super effect is Ice, Not
    very effect is rock 
    
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    From: The Mattinator
    
    THE BOX TRICK
    
    This trick is a glitch that Nintendo hopefully won't remove. It is used
    especially by Level 100 people who wat to get their stats up. It
    consists of
    
    1. Get a level 100 pokemon. Any pokemon. You'll do, Kingdra.
    2. Fight in LOTS (Notice the caps, pay attention to anything I put in
    Caps) of varied battles (going through the Elite 4 with only that
    Kingdra, or whatever your using, will help). 
    3. After fighting A LOT of battles, go and give your tired pokemon a
    nice rest in the computer (I suggest you write down your pokemons stats
    first).
    4. Then, withdraw him and check for stat differences (this is why you
    wrote down his stats)
    
    If this is not increasing your stats, you may have to log off the
    computer (in the game, dummy), and log back in to see the stat
    difference. Either that or you have got max stats for your pokemon, in
    which case this box trick won't work.
    
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    From: Shadowangemon
    
    Get all Eevee evolutions more easily:
    
    Here's something I like to do. Get a female Eevee from Bill, teach it
    Bite, then breed it with a Growlithe that knows Bite(I'm pretty sure
    they can breed. If not, you can try my trick for multiple
    legendaries/one time pokes to get a male and female). Anyway, the baby
    Eevee will be born with Bite. You can also do this with Baton Pass if
    you get two Eevees(or Focus Energy if you use G/S).
    Once you get the baby, if it's the gender you want, teach it a few TMs
    that will make it easier to train and give it a ton of vitamins, then
    duplicate it. Give 3 the elemental stones and level the other two once
    or twice to get Espeon and Umbreon.
    
    You save TMs, you save money on Vitamins, you get the happiness
    evolutions quickly, and you get 5 strong pokemon!
    
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    From: Lam Diep
    
    How To Encounter The Legendary Beats
    
    Route 36 and 37 have a patch of grass and are directly next to each
    other. To encounter 1 of the 2 running beasts, simply buy a couple
    repels and go to one of those grass area and used the repel (note: you
    won't encounter them right away). When your repel runs out, move to
    Route 36 (if you're in Route 37) or Route 37 (if you're in route 36) and
    use the repel again. Again, after it runs out, move to the next grass.
    Repeatly do this until one of the two beasts show up. You can try and
    catch it or just leave it in your Pokédex and catch it some other time.
    
    When they're in your Pokédex, go back to Route 36/37 and go up and down
    the area that changes the wooden sign from Route 36 - Route 37. Like...
    go up one square, you're in Route 37, go down one square, you're in
    route 36. Check your Pokédex each time because the beast might be where
    you are.
    
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    From: Shadowangemon
    Catch the Legendary Beasts, Ho-oh, and Lugia
    
    The most effective thing to do is duplicate a pokemon holding the Master
    Ball.
    
    Otherwise:
    
    Suicune-
    After you get the Clear Bell from the man in the Radio Tower, you can go
    to the Tin Tower and fight Suicune. Unfornately, every pokemon that can
    learn False Swipe is weak to Ice(like Scyther, Parasect, Fearow,
    Farfetch'd, and Marowak). So, the best thing to do is get a couple of
    fast pokemon over level 40, one with False Swipe and one with a Sleep
    Move(Parasect can get both, but it's pretty slow). Put Suicune to sleep
    and switch to weaken it(A water pokemon is good since its resistant to
    Ice and Water. When it's low on health, use False Swipe until its health
    won't go down, then put it to sleep and use Ultra Balls or Heavy Balls.
    
    Entei and Raikou-
    Master Ball comes in so very handy...
    Anyway, use a Ghost. It should have Hypnosis, Night Shade, and Mean
    Look, and should be above level 40. When you confirm the area it's in,
    use Repels. They are unaffected by Repel, so it doesn't matter that your
    pokemon is a higher level than they are. Roar won't affect the Ghost,
    and it should be faster so it can use Mean Look. When it's weak, you may
    want to switch to a False Swiper. Try to get it down to one hitpoint,
    even if it flees. Next time you see it, it will have one hitpoint, so
    you can put it to sleep, Mean Look, and use Ultra or Heavy Balls.
    
    Ho-oh-
    Once you catch Entei, Raikou, and Suicune, as well as defeat the Elite
    Four, go back to the Tin Tower(you don't have to talk to Eusine in
    Celadon) and talk to the man near the back to get the Rainbow Wing and
    open the stairs. Use a similar strategy as for Suicune, but change types
    accordingly and be above level 60. Use mostly physical attacks to weaken
    it as it has unbelievable SDef.
    
    Lugia-
    Talk to a man in Pewter City to get the Silver Wing. Go to the northeast
    Whirl Island. Make your way to a large, water-filled chamber and Surf
    out to Lugia. This will be tough since it has high defenses, but use
    mostly physical attacks since it has unbelievable SDef. Use the
    Sleep/False Swipe method again as it's probably the most effective
    catching method.  Make sure to save the game before facing Suicune,
    Ho-oh, or Lugia so you'll have another chance if you faint them. Save
    the game after you complete an objective just in case you run into Entei
    or Raikou and happen to faint them.
    
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    From: thecrazyone
    
    there is a man at Blackthorne that deletes moves that your pokemon has
    learned...this encludes,
    natural moves, TM's, and HM's
    
    All starters Version 2
    
    1) Start a new game and save outside of Elm's place.
    
    2) Pick a starter, then play through the game without saving until you
    get the pokeballs from Elm's assistant.
    
    3) Use a pokeball to catch a pokemon and give your starter one of the
    pokeballs.
    
    4) Go to Cherrygrove and deposit the starter in the PC. Now do an
    interrupted save.
    
    5) You should be outside Elm's place. Go in and get the next starter.
    
    6) Proceed to Cherrygrove and check the PC for the first starter.
    
    7) If it's in the PC, take it out and get the pokeball from it. Catch
    another pokemon with the
    pokeball.
    
    8) Deposit both starters and do an interrupted save.
    
    9) Now you should be outside Elm's place again. Go in, get the third
    starter, and go get the other two from the PC.
    
    Note: The only regular saves should be before you go into Elm's place
    and after you have all three starters. The first two wont be in your
    pokedex, but breeding can fix that.
    
    It took me at least an hour to get it to work properly. I waited too
    late to interrupt the save a few times and had to start over, and
    sometimes I did it to early and had to repeat a step. Go and practice
    interrupted saves for a while. Unless you can do it a few times in a
    row, you shouldn't bother trying this trick.
    
    Good luck.
    
    ----NEXT TIP/TRICK------------------------------------------------------
    
    From: Lam Diep
    
    Smeargle Sketch a Certain Move
    
    --Method 1
    
    1. Choose a move to teach Smeargle.
    2. Give it to a Pokémon with weak attacks but high speed.
    3. Have a Pokémon know a sleeping move w/ fast speed.
    4. Encounter a Smeargle and put it to sleep.
    5. While it's sleeping, switch Pokémon with the move to let Smeargle
    sketch.
    6. Use the move repeatly until Smeargle wakes up and Sketch.
    7. Catch it..
    
    Smeargle will have the move ;)
    
    Smeargle Sketch a Certain Move
    
    --Method 2
    
    1. Choose a move to teach Smeargle.
    2. Give it to a Pokémon with weak attacks but high speed.
    3. Have a Pokémon know a sleeping move w/ fast speed.
    4. Encounter a Smeargle and put it to sleep.
    5. While it's sleeping, switch Pokémon with the move to let Smeargle
    sketch.
    6. After the move is done, repeatly switch Pokémon until Smeargle awake
    and Sketch the move.
    
    ----END TIPS/TRICKS-----------------------------------------------------
    
    
    Feel free to contibute new information, be aware that this is NOT for
    Gameshark codes (at al1!), also if the information is false (from
    gamewinners.com) I will not post it and scold you, if you make me mad
    enough I'll even block your address.  Trust me, this IS not what you
    want.
    
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    19. CHANGES FROM GOLD/SILVER
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    These are Pokemon that are not in Crystal. The chart shows in what older
    versions the Pokemon are available.
    
                   R   B   Yw  G   S   Ni  NP  PC
    Bulbasaur      Y   Y   Y   N   N   N   N   Y
    Ivysaur        Y   Y   Y   N   N   N   N   N   
    Venusaur       Y   Y   Y   N   N   N   N   Y
    Charmander     Y   Y   Y   N   N   N   N   Y
    Charmeleon     Y   Y   Y   N   N   N   N   N
    Charizard      Y   Y   Y   N   N   N   N   Y
    Squirtle       Y   Y   Y   N   N   N   N   Y
    Wartortle      Y   Y   Y   N   N   N   N   N
    Blastoise      Y   Y   Y   N   N   N   N   Y
    Omanyte        Y   Y   Y   N   N   N   N   N
    Omastar        Y   Y   Y   N   N   N   N   N
    Mewtwo         Y   Y   Y   N   N   N   N   Y
    Moltres        Y   Y   Y   N   N   N   N   Y
    Zapdos         Y   Y   Y   N   N   N   N   Y
    Articuno       Y   Y   Y   N   N   N   N   Y
    Mareep         N   N   N   Y   Y   N   N   N
    Flaaffy        N   N   N   Y   Y   N   N   N
    Ampharos       N   N   N   Y   Y   N   N   N
    Girafarig      N   N   N   Y   Y   N   N   N
    Remoraid       N   N   N   Y   Y   N   N   Y
    Octillery      N   N   N   Y   Y   N   N   N
    Mankey         Y   N   Y   Y   N   N   N   N
    Primeape       Y   N   Y   Y   N   N   N   N
    Vulpix         N   Y   Y   N   Y   N   N   N
    Ninetales      N   Y   Y   N   Y   N   N   N
    Mew            N   N   N   N   N   Y   N   Y
    Celebi         N   N   N   N   N   Y   Y   Y
    Misiningno     Y   Y   N   N   N   N*  N*  N*
    M Block        Y   Y   N   N   N   N*  N*  N*
    
    * You think Nintendo would know better than to give out Pokemon that
    cause extreme glitches and occasionally delete games.
    
    LEGEND
    
    ---Method
    R=Red
    B=Blue
    Yw=Yellow
    G=Gold
    S=Silver
    Ni=Nintendo Promotion
    NP=Nintendo Power Contest
    PC=Pokemon Center
    
    ---Answer
    Y=Yes
    N=No
    
    In addition to those Pokemon there are subtle changes.
    
    The boy/girl change.
    
    Gifts from phone numbers.
    
    The Battle Tower.
    
    The sign that pops up on the bottom of the screen.
    
    The fact that Pokemon move before battle in addition to there battle 
    cry.
    
    Some Trainers are rearranged.
    
    The Pokemon Seer in the outskirts of Cianwood City.
     
    ========================================================================
    20. COMPATIBLE PRODUCTS
    ========================================================================
    
    ========================================================================
    20.1 GOLD AND SILVER
    ========================================================================
    
    Released: October 25, 2000
    Platform: GameBoy Color
    
    ========================================================================
    20.2 POKEMON YELLOW
    ========================================================================
    
    Released: November 22, 1999
    Platform: GameBoy
    
    ========================================================================
    20.3 POKEMON RED AND BLUE
    ========================================================================
    
    Released: November 1, 1998
    Platform: GameBoy
    
    ========================================================================
    20.4 POKEMON PIKACHU 2
    ========================================================================
    
    Released: October 25, 2000
    Platform: It is the Platform
    
    ========================================================================
    20.5 POKEMON MINI
    ========================================================================
    
    Released: November 2002
    Platform: Pokemon Mini
    
    Please note this is not yet compatible but there is an infrared port, so 
    in the future it may be compatible with Pokemon games since it uses 
    interchangeable cartridges.
    
    It is exclusive to the Pokemon Center to buy one visit 
    www.pokemoncenter.com
    
    ========================================================================
    *21. CONCLUSION/CREDITS/CONTACT*
    ========================================================================
    
    ========================================================================
    CVXFREAK'S REVIEW
    ========================================================================
    
    Nintendo has done it again! Although I don't play Pokemon that much, 
    this game is enjoyable. I like almost every aspect! Good job Nintendo!  
     
    Pokemon Crystal is basically an add on to the Gold and Silver Version, 
    kinda like what Pokemon Yellow was to red and Blue. Pokemon Crystal 
    takes place 3 years after Red, Blue and Yellow and follows the story of 
    2 young people who want to be Pokemon masters.  
     
    Pokemon are like animals with special powers, like fire and ice! They 
    learn to grow up like real animals do! It's really cool if you know the 
    previous versions!  
     
    GRAPHICS: 9  
    The graphics are great! For a GBC game, the animations are pretty cool 
    and gives way to the capabilities of GameBoy Advance! There is a lot of 
    detail and color for a GBC game and places like the Ice Path simply 
    amazed me!  
     
    AUDIO: 9  
    For a GBC game, it's pretty good. The sound gets a little repetative, 
    but no where near annoying! The battle sounds fit the mood and travel 
    sounds fit the mood! The sound is tinny, though, but it is no biggy.  
     
    GAMEPLAY: 9  
    You travel around, collecting Pokemon as you go. You fight against 
    other trainers to gain experience with Pokemon! There's also some 
    backtracking to get to new areas! I also like controlling either a boy 
    or girl, since what people say may differ from game to game. There's 
    also the real time factor, which some Pokemon only come out at night! 
    Cool!  
     
    PRICE: 9  
    For $30, it's very fair. Games like these are priceless. It's fun to 
    battle and trade with different people! It's a new type of concept. 
    Very good and affordable price! If you can't afford it save up! VERY 
    well worth it!  
     
    REPLAYABILITY: 9  
    Well, once you beat the game with a certain starter Pokemon, you can 
    try the game again with another starter Pokemon! Or you can play as the 
    boy this time! There are VERY many areas to explore, so you miss them 
    the first time around, but certainly you don't wanna miss them the 
    second or third time around.  
     
    You can also replay it if you missed out on a rare Pokemon like Lugia!  
     
    RENT OR BUY-  
    BUY! Go to Toys R Us and buy it right now! You want to catch them all! 
    Go ahead! Renting won't even be worth it!  
     
    OVERALL: 9  
    Get this B+/A- hybrid game. It's very well worth it. If you don't 
    you'll obviously miss out! 
    
    ----CREDITS
    
    ---CVXFREAK THANKS YOU
    "Well, thanks for reading my first Pokemon Guide. I am welcome to any 
    recommendations to make it better! Thanks for reading it!"
    
    ---Gold Ursaring Thanks
    CVXFREAK for trusting me with the maintaining of this guide.
    
    You for reading this guide
    
    My little brother, he has gotten some of the Pokemon Center New York
    moves and
    helped type up parts of the move list
    
    The people on the Crystal Board who have given me pointers.
    
    Anyone who gave movesets from the topic "Lets all work together to make
    movesets for all Pokemon"
    
    Uriel3ca3 of the messageboard for creating a topic with all the mystery 
    gift possibilities, what phone numbers do and provide, items from traded 
    Pokemon, items from wild Pokemon the list goes on and on.  Give Uriel a 
    round of applause, he deserves it!
    
    The following people helped Uriel develop his list, and some of there
    information is here
    
    Flaming Ice    The "early" list at the Rooftop sale
    
    Biancalynnette Carrie's Pokemon List
    Bing147        Room Decoration help
    
    If anyone else helped and I missed him/her please tell me immediately so
    proper corrections can be taken.
    
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    If you have any question about this guide, comment on how to improve it 
    or anything like that email Gold Ursaring at faqmike@yahoo.com.
    
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    My forum!
    
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