FAQ  Information

                                    Pokemon  Trading
                                       Card  Game 2
                                  The Great  Rocket Visits
                                Written by:  webheadwiz
                                 COPYRIGHT:  GBCromz 2001
                                   Version:  1.2  [11/26/01] 2001
                                      Size:  76.245 KB

 WARNING

 KEEP THIS IN MIND, THIS FAQ IS ALSO A WALKTHROUGH! WHICH WILL CONTAIN SPOILERS FOR A LOT
 OF PEOPLE, INCLUDING YOU. IF YOU DO NOT WANT TO READ A CERTAIN PART OF THE WALKTHROUGH,
 PLEASE SKIP IT, IF YOU JUST WANT THE ONLY THE CARD LIST JUST HIGHLIGHT THE "Card List" AND
 FIND IT USING THE Find FUNCTION IN ANY WORD PROCESSING PROGRAM, YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED!!!

 ALSO, THIS WALKTHROUGH IS FOR THE JAPANESE VERSION OF POKEMON TRADING CARD GAME 2: THE
 GREAT ROCKET VISITS, I WILL MODIFY THIS FAQ FOR THE ENGLISH VERSION ONCE IT DEBUTS IN
 NORTH AMERICA.


 Contents

1. Version History
2. If you don't know any Japanese...
3. MENUs
4. Walkthrough
5. Card List
6. In-Game Card Trading
7. Great Rocket Game Corner
8. Gameshark Codes
9. People Who Helped Me With This FAQ
10. HEXADECIMAL Chart
11. Pokemon Card Descriptions [still very drafty, I put what I have done so far]
12. Minor Errors
13. Contact Information
14. Legal Stuff

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 1. Version History

 Version No.      Date Finished           Added/Removed

 1.2              11/26/01                Added NeoSeekers to Legal Stuff/grammar errors
 1.1              11/22/01                Removed all the annoying borders
 1.0              11/18/01                Added everything so far
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 2. If you don't know any Japanese

Hey, I don't know any Japanese, well maybe some, but can't read it though. Most of the
time, you will have to guess the text because I didn't put in in the walkthrough. If this
is your first time playing Pokemon TCG, I suggest you buy a Starter Set Deck Box, or get a
rulebook in English, don't just try to read the Japanese if you don't understand, it's
useless!!!
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 3. MENUs

Hey, I used a lot of time to do this part of the FAQ, I had to use the Pokemon TCG, the
first one in ENGLISH and used it to get through the MENUS, anyway I have compiled some
MENUs you can use if you don't understand anything...  [when there is ++ beside a MENU
selection, it means that there are sub-menus, this doesn't appear in the actual game]
  __________________
 |     NEW GAME     | START A NEW GAME
 |__________________|

When you first start out the screen would be like this, after you have saved the game the
screen would look like this...

  __________________
 |  ++CARD  POP!++  | WHEN YOU CARD POP! WITH SOMEBODY, YOU WILL RECIEVE A NEW CARD
 |  CONTINUE  GAME  | CONTINUE YOU SAVED GAME
 |     NEW GAME     | START A NEW GAME
 |   CONTINUE DUEL  | CONTINUE A DUEL IN PROGRESS
 |__________________|

If you choose CARD POP!, another menu comes up...

  __________________
 |    CARD  POP!    | Use INFERRED LASER to generate a card with CARD POP!
 |    COIN  POP!    | Use INFERRED LASER to generate a coin with COIN POP!
 | RECENT CARD POP  | Shows the last 7 times you CARD POPed with somebody
 |       BACK       | Goes back to the MAIN MENU
 |__________________|

If you press START when playing the game, not in MAP mode, there will be another MENU

  __________________
 |     STATUS       | See what COIN you are using, location, how much cards you have, time
 |      SAVE        | SAVE the game you are currently playing
 |    ++DECKS++     | CONFIGURE/RENAME or SELECT a deck to duel with
 |   ++LAPTOP++     | Various stuff to check out
 |      COINS       | See what coins you have so far, and select another coin to use
 |   ++OPTIONS++    | Play the game your way
 |      EXIT        | Back to walking around
 |__________________|

If you select DECK and choose one of the decks...

  ___________________
 |++CONFIGURE++SELECT| CONFIGURE: Rearrange the deck to suit you
 |RENAME         EXIT| SELECT: Use that deck to duel
 |___________________| RENAME: Give you deck a different NAME
                       EXIT: Go back to the START MENU

If you want to CONFIGURE you deck...
  _____________________________
 |VIEW DECK    BACK      RENAME| VIEW: See your deck
 |SAVE DECK  DISMANTLE   CANCEL| BACK: Back to configuring your deck
 |_____________________________| RENAME: Give you deck a different NAME
                                 SAVE DECK: Save your deck
                                 DISMANTLE: Take apart you deck
                                 CANCEL: Cancel all configurations

If you select LAPTOP...

  __________________
 |  ++SAVED DECKS++ | Look at the deck you have saved
 |  ++CHECK MAIL++  | Check mail that people have sent you
 |    COLLECTION    | Look at all the cards you have
 |      LOG OFF     | Go back to the START MENU
 |__________________|

If you select SAVED DECKS...
  __________________
 |WRITE OVER  REMOVE|WRITE OVER: Choose one of your deck and write over the one selected
 |BUILD          END|REMOVE: Delete the deck from this MENU
 |__________________|BUILD: Takes the selected deck and writes it onto selected slot
                     END: Back to LAPTOP screen

If you want to CHECK MAIL...

  __________________
 |READ  DELETE   END|
 |__________________|

If you select OPTION...

  ________________________________________
 |MEASSAGE SPEED: SLOW  1  2  3  4  5  FAST|
 |BATTLE STYLE:   FULL    MININUM    NONE  |
 |(NOT SURE OF??:   ??????????  ?????????? |
 |BORDOR COLOR: RED   BLUE   GREEN    WHITE|
 |_________________________________________|

If you talk to the big screen computer in all Pokemon Gyms... (I cannot read the TIPs)

  __________________
 |   Card Album     | Look at your cards
 |     ++Chat++     | Talk to Dr. Mason
 |     +Rules+      | Read some of the in-game rules (I cannot translate them!!!)
 |      Print       | Connect a Gameboy/GameboyColor Printer and print some cards
 |     Logoff       | Back to walking around
 |__________________|

If you select CHAT...
  __________________
 |   ++Room 1++     | Chat in Room 1
 |   ++Room 2++     | Chat in Room 2
 |   ++Room 3++     | Chat in Room 3
 |   ++Room 4++     | Chat in Room 4
 |     Back         | Back to MAIN computer screen
 |__________________|

If you select Room 1...
  __________________
 |   Deck Check     | Analyzes you deck
 |   Tip #1.1       | Gives you a TIP
 |   Tip #1.2       | Gives you a TIP
 |   Tip #1.3       | Gives you a TIP
 |     Back         | Back to CHAT screen
 |__________________|

If you select Room 2...
  __________________
 |   Tip #2.1       | Gives you a TIP
 |   Tip #2.2       | Gives you a TIP
 |   Tip #2.3       | Gives you a TIP
 |     Back         | Back to CHAT screen
 |__________________|

If you select Room 3...
  __________________
 |   Tip #3.1       | Gives you a TIP
 |   Tip #3.2       | Gives you a TIP
 |   Tip #3.3       | Gives you a TIP
 |     Back         | Back to CHAT screen
 |__________________|

If you select Room 4...
  __________________
 |   Tip #4.1       | Gives you a TIP
 |   Tip #4.2       | Gives you a TIP
 |   Tip #4.3       | Gives you a TIP
 |   Tip #4.4       | Gives you a TIP
 |     Back         | Back to CHAT screen
 |__________________|

When you DUEL, first select the left most option (YES), draw 7 cards, flip a coin, and
wait your turn...

  __________________________________
 |HAND      ++CHECK++        RETREAT|HAND: Look at your HAND, put stuff down, use TRAINER
 |ATTACK   Pokemon POWER        PASS|CHECK: Look at various objects on the table
 |__________________________________|RETREAT: Switch your Pokemon at a price
                                     ATTACK: Use one on your Active Pokemon's ATTACKs
                                     POKEMON POWER: Use special POWERs of some Pokemon
                                     PASS: Skips your turn

If you select CHECK...

  __________________________________________
 |In Play Area                       +Rules+| In Play Area: Look around at the table
 |Your Play Area   Your opponent's Play Area| Rules: Read some rules (Can't translate!!)
 |__________________________________________| Your Play Area: See your side of the table
 Your opponent's Play Area: See the other side of the table except your opponent's hand

These are all the main MENUs in the game, there are a lot in mini MENUs, which I don't
have the time to type them up.
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 4. Walkthrough

If you have just gotten the game, select NEW GAME, if you are continuing from a SAVED game
scroll down to the section to where you currently are in the game.

First, choose do you want to be a boy, or a girl, there is no difference, except the
character you walk around with, then choose a NAME, then you are off to explore.

You start off with a little introduction of the GR Gang, and then you see yourself at Dr.
Mason's LAB.
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Please note that I will not indicate you if you have won a Duel and gotten a pack, the
packs come at random except when Dr. Mason gives one to you. if you have Saved your game
and gotten a pack, try to do it again, the pack will be different. The chances of 2 packs
being exactly the same are 845:1, meaning nearly impossible.
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Save often!!! If you don't and your batteries run out, you might lose valuable cards.
When you are at the Challenge Cup, save before every round! because you might lose somehow
and lost a great chance of getting that Promo Card or coin.
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If you attached an Energy by mistake on a different Pokemon, turn the Power off and turn
back on, and choose the last option you see after the Start Menu, you will continue the
Duel before you confrimed a command, [Pressing A] or if you made a mistake like using a
Super Energy Retrieval when you only have 1 Energy in your discard pile, or made a mistake
choosing an Attack, just turn the power off, and back on again, and choose Continue Duel
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Card Island

Dr. Mason's Lab

He will talk to you and you will be asked a question, say Yes. Yes is always the leftmost
answer, you would be given a deck, kinda simillar to the Starter Deck, and you can now
walk around freely, if you talk to Sam, the person that is sitting on the table near Dr.
Mason, you can Duel against him, and there are specific instructions to dueling against
him...

INITIAL DRAW: Put down DIGLETT and then PIDGEY
FIRST TURN: Attach FIGHTING ENERGY to DIGLETT and attack with "DIG     10"
SECOND TURN: Attach FIGHTING ENERGY to DIGLETT and attack with "MUD SLAP     30"
THIRD TURN: Attack FIGHTING ENERGY to DIGLETT and play DUGTRIO on DIGLETT, and attack with
            "SLASH     40", and pick up a PRIZE
FOURTH TURN: Put NIDORAN(M) on BENCH, and attach GRASS ENERGY on NIDORAN(M), and attack
             with "SLASH     40"
BETWEEN FOURTH AND FIFTH TURN: SELECT NIDORAN(M) and make ACTIVE Pokémon
FIFTH TURN: Put MACHOP on BENCH, and attach GRASS ENERGY on NIDORAN(M), and attack with
            "HORN ATTACK     30"
SIXTH TURN: Attach GRASS ENERGY on NIDORAN(M), and play NIDORINO on NIDORAN(M), and attack
            with "DOUBLE KICK     30X", and pick up FINAL PRIZE

That should give you a feeling on Pokemon Trading Card Game, you can come back any time.
Go to the room to the left, and battle if you wish, the person in the top, battle him 3
times, and exit the room, then try to exit the lab, Dr. Mason warns you about something,
and to help defeat the GR GANG. Then head to the Electric Gym.

Lightning Gym

The Gym should be rectangular shaped. Your Rival will bump into you, he will ask to Card
Pop! with you, you would recieve a card chosen at random, then head up to the next room,
the GR Gang Member would talk to you, and then, Duel against the Kid with the SpikeyHair,
and then the GYM LEADER. After that, the GR Gang Member will leave. The Gym Leader will
give you a "Pikachu Coin", exit and head to the Water Gym.

Water Gym

It should be on a small isolated island to the south. When you enter, you would notice
some starnge background music, anyway head up to next room, talk to the GR Gang Memer and
Duel against him, when you defeat him, he would leave, and the Gym Leader would give you a
"Starmie Coin", exit and your Rival would give you a "Moltres Pack". Then head up North to
the Grass Gym.

Grass Gym

Instead of going up, go to the room on the left, and talk to the girls that a not at the
table, they give FREE PACKS! Then talk to the girl at the table, after the battle, she
says something about Mr. Ishihara, he lives in the north-west house, go there and you will
find the Gym Leader, she will get something from a desk, and hand you over 60 of
something, maybe a Deck, just have a place in your Deck Menu, and the Deck will be made,
then she will give you the "Oddish Coin". then head for the Stone Gym, directly below
Ishihara's House.

Stone Gym

Head to the room above the first one, and a confrontation with GR Gang Member will begin,
and after that defeat the Stone Gym Leader to recieve a Deck and a "Kabuto Coin". Then
head to the Psychic Gym, the building with the two things balancing over each other.

Psychic Gym

Get through the senario, and Duel the person in glasses, who is the Gym Leader, after you
defeat him, you get a deck and an "Alakazam Coin". Then head for the Fire Gym, the
building beside the volcano.

Fire Gym

Head all the way up, you will see a GR Gang Member, defeat him, and he will give you a
part of the "GR Coin", and you will eventually get a "Charmander Coin" from the Fire Gym
Leader. After that, head towards the Fighting Gym, the building that looks like a Temple.

Fighting Gym

Head all the way up, you will see another GR Gang Member, defeat him to get another piece
of the "GR Coin", exit, and you Rival will challenge you to a Duel, if you win, you will
recieve a Promo Card. Head back to the Psychic Gym.

Psychic Gym

Talk to the GR Gang Member, defeat him, and you recieve another piece of the "GR Coin",
head for the Posion Gym, the building directly under the Volcano.

Poison Gym

Head all the way up, if you have followed anything so far, a White GR Gang Member would
appear, if not, check back to see what you missed, defeat the last GR Gang Member, and
recieve the last piece of the "GR Coin", when you leave you Rival gives you a Omanyte
Pack. Head for the GR Airport, the building with the GR Sign.

GR Airport

Talk to the GR Gang Member, and he will escort you to the Airship, you will arrive at GR
Island, exit the Airport and head to the Pikachu Shaped building, that is the GR Game
Corner enter.

                                          GR Island


GR Game Corner

Your Rival will hand over a Evolution Machine Card, if you want to do more in the GR Game
Corner, please read the section of this FAQ about the GR Game Corner, after that exit and
head to the GR Grass Gym.

GR Grass Gym

GRX will challenge you to a Duel, when you defeat him, he would reveal himself as you
Rival, and continue to the room above this one, defeat the girl, and the Professor will
be set free, and you will recieve a Snorlax L50 card, head up to the next room, and defeat
the man, and head to the next room, in this room, the lady would be specific about what
type of deck you can use, this is new in this game, some people will ask you for a deck
where all the Energy Card are just this color, meaning the percentage of the Energy Cards
in your deck must be 100% of that, or a number of a specific Pokemon you must have, mostly
4. Anyway she will ask for Grass Energy to be in your deck, just put together a lot of
Grass Energy, and Colorless Pokemon, when you defeat her, she will open the door, enter
through the door, and the Gym Leader would be there, challenge him to a Duel, and before
the initial card draw, he plays something simillar to the Stadium Card, he plays the one
that say that any Grass Type Pokemon cannot be Asleep, Confused, Paralyzed, and/or
Poisoned, when you defeat him, he gives you a "Golbat Coin", exit the building and head
towards the GR Electric Gym.

GR Lightning Gym

You have to talk to the door to enter, walk pass the first room, and a girl wants you to
have 4 Pikachu in your deck, when you defeat her, go to the next room, and the person
wants you to have a Electric Energy only deck, after that he frees a person that was
ocked up, he gives you a Electabuzz Lv20 card, now head to the next room and challenge the
Gym Leader to a Duel, she will play with a rule which I am still not sure what it is,
anyway defeat her to recieve the "Magnemite Coin", exit and head to the building that is
isolated in the desert.

GR Water Gym

Once again talk to the door, and head for the first card player, you will have to build a
deck with Water Energy, defeat him. The second trainer wants you to have 4 Magikarp,
defeat him, and he will free somebody held captive and he will give you a Magikarp Lv10.
Walk across the brigde that appears and Duel against the Scuba Diver, he uses some rule,
but I haven't notice anything different when Dueling, defeat him, and he will move out of
the way, go pass the door and challenge the Gym Leader, she has some rules I can read,
when you win, you will recieve a "Psyduck Coin", when you exit, your Rival will challenge
you to a Duel, defeat him to get a Promo Card, exit and head to the building beside the
Volcano.

GR Fire Gym

Enter the second room, as always, and Duel the first person you see, then head to the next
room, hte person want you to have only Fire Energy, after head towards the next room, and
that person needs you to have 4 Eevee [any Level], when you defeat her, the hostage will
be set free, thus gaining you a Arcanine Lv34 card, the next room lies the Gym Leader, he
will play a rule stating that whenever a Water Pokemon does damage, do not apply weakness.
Regardless of that, defeat him, and recieve a "Magamr Coin", exit and head up to the GR
Fighting Gym, the building that looks like a colussium.

GR Fighting Gym

Enter the second room, and you will be greeted the the Gym Leaders, and you will have to
find them, please refer to "jalt's Map" in you want the Treasure Chests, the Gym Leader to
the left will have a person held captive, to get to him, go through the left door, and
go up, up, left, up, up, and when you Duel him, he will ask you not to have any Trainer
cards in the deck you are using, after defeating him, the person held captive will give
you a Cool Porygon card. Then head back to the beginning and through the right door, go
up, right, down, right, up, and you be at a room with another Gym Leader, she will ask for
Fighting Energy only. So defeat her and she will give you a chest containing a Dugtrio
Lv40 card, head to the beginning and talk to the Gym Leader, he will play with a rule I am
not sure of. When you defeat him, you will recieve a "Machamp Coin", now head for the GR
Psychic Gym, which looks like a semi-circle.

GR Psychic Gym

Just head up to the second room as usuall, and then try to walk out, the Gym Leader will
stop you, and saying you have to defeat 3 of his students to advance to him, each student
have specific instructions in order for you to Duel against them;

     1          3
       2      4

Student #1: No deck configuration, but plays with rules (Resistance to Psychic is now -10)
Student #2: Psychic Energy only
Student #3: No Trainer cards
Student #4: 6 or more Gastly/Haunter with Ratios [Gastly:Haunter] 2:4 , 3:3, 4:2, 4:3, 4:4

When you have defeated 3, head to the blinking light, that teleports you to the next room,
there you will have to free another hostage, the Gym Leader will play with a Rule, which I
am not sure off, anyway defeat him to recieve a "Mew Coin", the hostage will give you a
Dragonite Lv43 card, now exit, and head for the building that looks like a tent.

GR Colorless Gym

Walk to the second room, and talk to anybody, when they are finished, they will stand like
this:

    GL

  2

     1

Person #1: Wants you to have 4 Double Colorless Energy in the deck you are using
Person #2: Wants you to have 4 Dratini in the deck you are using
Gym Leader: Wants you to have 4 Meowth in the deck you are using
[please note, that these are just the Deck Configurations I have to use in the game I was
playing with, I cannot confirm these configurations yet]

When you defeat the Gym Leader, he will give you a "Snorlax Coin", now head for the Rocket
Castle, which is the building that looks like a castle.

Rocket Castle

Talk to the two ladies, and they will put the two medals in their respective slots, and
then your Rival comes out, defeat him to get a Promo card, after that, go through the door
and head all the way up, and you will be their to talk to you, when you finish talking,
someone will challenge you to a Duel, he will ask for you to have 4 different card, each
extremly rare; Moltres Lv40, Zapdos Lv68, Articuno Lv37, and Dragonite Lv41, defeat him,
and the next person will challenge you, you are allowed to use any kind of deck you wish,
but you will have to play with a rule, once you defeat her, they will bring you to the
Pokemon Card King, you will have to defeat him twice, when you do, you will be given a
"Togepi Coin", and a GR Mewtwo, Congratulations... You Have Finished the Game.............
Or Are You Missing something...

Dr. Mason's Lab

You will notice a machine behind Dr. Mason, talk to it, and you can give yourself a
challenge by choosing one of your best decks, and trying to get a record number of wins,
anyway you finished the game, give yourself a pat on the back.
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 5. Card List

I took a long time, putting this together, I could translate all the cards except for the
ones that have a "*" beside them, those I just guessed, and I will accept any e-mails
concerning those card, I will also put the decription of the cards so people like you, can
determine a better name for them.

Grass Energy
Fire Energy
Water Energy
Lightning Energy
Fighting Energy
Psychic Energy
Double Colorless Energy
Potion Energy
Full Heal Energy
Rainbow Energy
Recycle Energy
Bulbasaur Lv12
Bulbasaur Lv13
Bulbasaur Lv15
Ivysaur Lv20
Ivysaur Lv26
Dark Ivysaur
Venusaur Lv64
Venusaur Lv67
Venusaur Lv67
Dark Venusaur
Caterpie
Metapod Lv20
Metapod Lv21
Butterfree
Weedle Lv12
Weedle Lv15
Kakuna Lv20
Kakuna Lv23
Beedrill
Ekans Lv10
Ekans Lv15
Arbok Lv27
Arbok Lv30
Dark Arbok
Nidoran(F) Lv12
Nidoran(F) Lv13
Nidorina Lv22
Nidorina Lv24
Nidoqueen Lv43
Nidoran(M) Lv20
Nidoran(M) Lv23
Nidorino Lv23
Nidorino Lv25
Nidoking Lv48
Zubat Lv9
Zubat Lv10
Zubat Lv12
Golbat Lv25
Golbat Lv29
Dark Golbat
Oddish Lv8
Oddish Lv21
Gloom
Dark Gloom
Vileplume
Dark Vileplume
Paras Lv8
Paras Lv15
Parasect Lv28
Parasect Lv29
Venonat Lv12
Venonat Lv15
Venomoth Lv22
Venomoth Lv28
Bellsprout Lv10
Bellsprout Lv11
Weepinbell Lv23
Weepinbell Lv28
Victreebel
Grimer Lv10
Grimer Lv17
Muk
Dark Muk
Exeggcute
Exeggutor
Koffing Lv12
Koffing Lv13
Koffing Lv14
Weezing Lv26
Weezing Lv27
Dark Weezing
Tangela Lv8
Tangela Lv12
Scyther Lv23
Scyther Lv25
Pinsir Lv15
Pinsir Lv24
Charmander Lv9
Charmander Lv10
Charmander Lv12
Charmeleon
Dark Charmeleon
Charizard
Charizard
Dark Charizard
Vulpix Lv11
Vulpix Lv13
Ninetails Lv32
Ninetails Lv35
Dark Ninetails
Growlithe Lv12
Growlithe Lv16
Growlithe Lv18
Arcanine Lv34
Arcanine Lv35
Arcanine Lv45
Ponyta Lv8
Ponyta Lv10
Ponyta Lv15
Rapidash Lv30
Rapidash Lv33
Dark Rapidash
Magmar Lv18
Magmar Lv24
Magmar Lv27
Magmar Lv31
Flareon Lv22
Flareon Lv28
Dark Flareon
Moltres Lv35
Moltres Lv37
Moltres Lv40
Squirtle Lv8
Squirtle Lv14
Squirtle Lv15
Squirtle Lv16
Wartortle Lv22
Wartortle Lv24
Dark Wartortle
Blastoise Lv52
Blastoise Lv52
Dark Blastoise
Psyduck Lv15
Psyduck Lv16
Golduck Lv27
Golduck Lv28
Dark Golduck
Poliwag Lv13
Poliwag Lv15
Poliwhirl Lv28
Poliwhirl Lv30
Poliwrath Lv40
Poliwrath Lv48
Tentacool
Tentacruel
Seel Lv10
Seel Lv12
Dewgong Lv24
Dewgong Lv42
Shellder Lv8
Shellder Lv16
Cloyster Lv25
Krabby Lv17
Krabby Lv20
Kinglar Lv27
Kinglar Lv33
Horsea Lv19
Horsea Lv20
Seadra Lv23
Seadra Lv26
Goldeen
Seaking
Staryu Lv15
Staryu Lv17
Starmie
Dark Starmie
Magikarp Lv6
Magikarp Lv8
Magikarp Lv10
Gyarados
Dark Gyarados
Lapras Lv24
Lapras Lv31
Vaproeon Lv29
Vaporeon Lv42
Dark Vaporeon
Omanyte Lv19
Omanyte Lv20
Omanyte Lv22
Omastar Lv32
Omastar Lv36
Articuno Lv34
Articuno Lv35
Articuno Lv37
Marill
Pikachu Lv5
Pikachu Lv12
Pikachu Lv13
Pikachu Lv14
Pikachu Lv16
Pikachu Lv16
Flying Pikachu
Flying Pikachu
Surfing Pikachu
Surfing Pikachu
Raichu Lv32
Raichu Lv33
Raichu Lv40
Raichu Lv45
Dark Raichu
Magnemite Lv12
Magnemite Lv13
Magnemite Lv14
Magnemite Lv15
Magneton Lv28
Magneton Lv30
Magneton Lv35
Dark Magneton
Voltorb Lv8
Voltrob Lv10
Voltorb Lv13
Electrode Lv35
Electrode Lv42
Dark Electrode
Electabuzz Lv20
Electabuzz Lv30
Electabuzz Lv35
Jolteon Lv24
Jolteon Lv29
Dark Jolteon
Zapdos Lv28
Zapdos Lv40
Zapdos Lv64
Zapdos Lv68
Sandshrew Lv12
Sandshrew Lv15
Sandslash Lv33
Sandslash Lv35
Diglett Lv8
Diglett Lv15
Diglett Lv16
Dugtrio Lv36
Dugtrio Lv40
Dark Dugtrio
Mankey Lv7
Mankey Lv7
Mankey Lv14
Primape
Dark Primape
Machop Lv18
Machop Lv20
Machop Lv24
Machoke Lv24
Machoke Lv28
Machoke Lv40
Dark Machoke
Machamp Lv54
Machamp Lv67
Dark Machamp
Geodude Lv15
Geodude Lv16
Graveller Lv27
Graveller Lv28
Graveller Lv29
Golem Lv36
Golem Lv37
Onix Lv12
Onix Lv25
Cubone Lv13
Cubone Lv14
Marowak Lv26
Marowak Lv32
Dark Marowak
Hitmonlee Lv23
Hitmonlee Lv30
Hitmonchan Lv23
Hitmonchan Lv33
Rhyhorn Lv18
Rhydon Lv37
Rhydon Lv48
Kabuto Lv9
Kabuto Lv22
Kabutops
Aerodyctal Lv28
Aerodyctal Lv30
Abra Lv8
Abra Lv10
Abra Lv14
Kadabra Lv38
Kadabra Lv39
Dark Kadabra
Alakazam Lv42
Alakazam Lv45
Dark Alakazam
Slowpoke Lv9
Slowpoke Lv16
Slowpoke Lv18
Slowbro Lv26
Slowbro Lv35
Dark Slowbro
Gastly Lv8
Gastly Lv13
Gastly Lv17
Haunter Lv17
Haunter Lv22
Haunter Lv25
Haunter Lv26
Dark Haunter
Gengar Lv38
Gengar Lv40
Dark Gengar
Drowzee Lv10
Drowzee Lv12
Hypno Lv30
Hypno Lv36
Dark Hypno
Mr. Mime Lv20
Mr. Mime Lv28
Jynx Lv18
Jynx Lv23
Jynx Lv27
Mewtwo Lv30
Mewtwo Lv53
Mewtwo Lv54
Mewtwo Lv60
Mewtwo Lv60
Mewtwo Lv67
GR Mewtwo
Mew Lv8
Mew Lv15
Mew Lv23
Pidgey Lv8
Pidgey Lv10
Pidgeotto Lv36
Pidgeotto Lv38
Pidgeot Lv38
Pidgeot Lv40
Rattata Lv9
Rattata Lv12
Rattata Lv15
Raticate
Dark Raticate
Spearow Lv9
Spearow Lv12
Spearow Lv13
Fearow Lv24
Fearow Lv27
Fearow Lv25
Clefairy Lv14
Clefairy Lv15
Clefable Lv34
Clefable Lv35
Jigglypuff Lv12
Jigglypuff Lv13
Jigglypuff Lv14
Wigglytuff Lv40
Wigglytuff Lv40
Meowth Lv10
Meowth Lv13
Meowth Lv14
Meowth Lv15
Meowth Lv17
Persian
Dark Persian
Dark Persian
Farfetch'd
Farfetch'd
Doduo Lv8
Doduo Lv10
Dodrio Lv25
Dodrio Lv28
Lickitung Lv20
Lickitung Lv26
Chansey Lv40
Chansey Lv55
Kangaskhan Lv36
Kangaskhan Lv38
Kangaskhan Lv40
Tauros Lv32
Tauros Lv35
Ditto
Eevee Lv5
Eevee Lv9
Eevee Lv12
Porygon Lv12
Porygon Lv18
Porygon Lv20
3D Porygon
Snorlax Lv20
Snorlax Lv35
Snorlax Lv50
Dratini Lv10
Dratini Lv12
Dragonair
Dark Dragonair
Dragonite Lv41
Dragonite Lv43
Dragonite Lv45
Dark Dragonite
Togepi
Lugia
Super Potion
Imakuni???
Energy Removal
Energy Retrieval
Energy Search
Professor Oak
Excavation
Potion
Gambler
Revive
Max-Revive
Super Scoop-Up
Devolution Spray
Item Finder
Challenge!
Super Energy Retrieval
Super Energy Removal
Moonstone
Defender
Gust of Wind
Mysterious Fossil
Full Heal
Imposter Oak's Revenge
Imposter Oak
Sleep!
Onix Trial
Computer Search
Digger
Clefairy Doll
Mr. Fuji
Plus Power
Switch
Scoop Up
Pokemon Trader
Evil Recycle
Pokédex
Pokemon Center
Pokemon Breeder
Poké Flute
The Boss's Way
Goop Gas Attaack
Bill
Bill's Teleporter
Evolution Machine
Master Ball
Lass
Maintance
Pokéball
Nightly Garbage Run
Recycle
Rocket Sneak Attack
Here comes Team Rocket
The Rocket's Trap
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 6. In-Game Card Trading

While walking around you can trade cards with various people in the game, I have made a
list of where you trade, and what your trade, and what you recieve.

*Thanks to jalt     -"jalt@myself.com" for this part of the FAQ*

Location                     The Card You Give               The Card You Get

Challenge Hall               Graveller Lv29                  Wigglytuff Lv36
                             Omanyte Lv19                    Lapras Lv31
                             Haunter Lv17                    Evolution Machine

Fighting Gym                 Hitmonlee Lv23                  Mewtwo Lv60

Fire Gym                     Flareon Lv28                    Meowth Lv14

Psychic Gym                  Alakazam Lv42                   Kangaskhan Lv38

Lightning Gym                4 Voltorb Lv10                  Pikachu Lv16

Stone Gym                    Snorlax Lv20                    Jigglypuff Lv12

GR Challenge Hall            Chansey Lv55                    Evolution Machine

GR Fire Gym                  Dark Charizard Lv38             Charizard Lv76

GR Grass Gym                 Dark Venusaur                   Venusaur Lv67

GR Lightning Gym             Dark Raichu Lv31                Pikachu Lv16

GR Psychic Gym               Dark Hypno Lv26                 Mewtwo Lv60

GR Water Gym                 Dark Blastoise Lv28             Blastoise Lv52

Mr. Iisihara (both islands)  Clefairy Lv15                   Flying Pikachu Lv15
                             Clefable Lv34                   Togepi Lv8
                             Dragonite Lv45                  Marril Lv17
                             Moltres Lv37                    Surfing Pikachu Lv13
                             Articuno Lv34                   Surfing Pikachu Lv13
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 7. Great Rocket Game Corner

This is the building with the Pikachu shape, you can get here after you have access to the
GR Airport.

When you enter, your rival gives you a Evolution Machine card, after that talk to the lady
that is in front of the door, she will give you 10 FREE GR points to use at various games.
If you have 0 points, you can't participate in any events, so when you do run out, just
talk to her to get another 10 points, you can only do this if you have no points.

I have compiled this map to guide you through this place
      ___
     |   |
  ___|_3_|
 |   |   |
 |_1_|_2_|

Room #1
  _____________
 |    |   |    |
 |    |___|    |
 |      C      |
 |___          |
 |___|         |
 | A        B  |
 |_____________|

Event A, 20 Points: Evolution Machine, use this to "evolve" your card [send a card with a
                    Evolution Machine card to Dr. Mason to get a better card, this works
                    with some cards only]
Event B 1 Point: Coin Flip Game, you will have to try to get 10 straight coin tosses
                 resulting in a head [the Pokemon side]
Event C, 1-5 Points: Card Sending, send up to 5 cards to Dr. Mason

Room #2
  _____________
 |        D    |
 |             |
 |             |
 |             |
 |             |
 |  EEE    FFF |
 |_____________|

Event D, 10 points: Royal Pokemon Tournament, battle people that look like CHESS pieces to
                    win a mass number of points
Event EEE, 1 point: Mininum Slots, try to match 3 Energy colors, Rainbow Energy are wild
Event FFF, 5 points: Maximum Slots, try to match 3 Energy colors, Rainbow Energy are wild

Prizes

When you play a lot of games, and have a huge total of points you can exchange them to the
lady at the right counter in the first room

The prizes and their costs are listed below:

Venusaur Lv64             2000
Mew Lv15                  2000
Jigglypuff Coin           1000
3 Meowth Packs             500
1 Meowth Pack              200
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 8. Gameshark Codes

These Gameshark codes are made by myself, and you MUST have my permission before
publishing these codes out. I have tried these codes with the Japanese version of Pokemon
Trading Card Game 2, but I am very sure that they will work with the official US English
version as well.

Get 99 of any card!

 0163xxA1 {From Grass Energy [01] to Graveller Lv29 [FF]}
 0163xxA2 {From Golem Lv36 [00] to The Rocket's Trap [BD]}

Replace "xx" with the card you want from the list below

For code 01yyxxA1

01 Grass Energy
02 Fire Energy
03 Water Energy
04 Lightning Energy
05 Fighting Energy
06 Psychic Energy
07 Double Colorless Energy
08 Potion Energy
09 Full Heal Energy
0A Rainbow Energy
0B Recycle Energy
0C Bulbasaur Lv12
0D Bulbasaur Lv13
0E Bulbasaur Lv15
0F Ivysaur Lv20
10 Ivysaur Lv26
11 Dark Ivysaur
12 Venusaur Lv64
13 Venusaur Lv67
14 Venusaur Lv67
15 Dark Venusaur
16 Caterpie
17 Metapod Lv20
18 Metapod Lv21
19 Butterfree
1A Weedle Lv12
1B Weedle Lv15
1C Kakuna Lv20
1D Kakuna Lv23
1E Beedrill
1F Ekans Lv10
20 Ekans Lv15
21 Arbok Lv27
22 Arbok Lv30
23 Dark Arbok
24 Nidoran(F) Lv12
25 Nidoran(F) Lv13
26 Nidorina Lv22
27 Nidorina Lv24
28 Nidoqueen Lv43
29 Nidoran(M) Lv20
2A Nidoran(M) Lv23
2B Nidorino Lv23
2C Nidorino Lv25
2D Nidoking Lv48
2E Zubat Lv9
2F Zubat Lv10
30 Zubat Lv12
31 Golbat Lv25
32 Golbat Lv29
33 Dark Golbat
34 Oddish Lv8
35 Oddish Lv21
36 Gloom
37 Dark Gloom
38 Vileplume
39 Dark Vileplume
3A Paras Lv8
3B Paras Lv15
3C Parasect Lv28
3D Parasect Lv29
3E Venonat Lv12
3F Venonat Lv15
40 Venomoth Lv22
41 Venomoth Lv28
42 Bellsprout Lv10
43 Bellsprout Lv11
44 Weepinbell Lv23
45 Weepinbell Lv28
46 Victreebel
47 Grimer Lv10
48 Grimer Lv17
49 Muk
4A Dark Muk
4B Exeggcute
4C Exeggutor
4D Koffing Lv12
4E Koffing Lv13
4F Koffing Lv14
50 Weezing Lv26
51 Weezing Lv27
52 Dark Weezing
53 Tangela Lv8
54 Tangela Lv12
55 Scyther Lv23
56 Scyther Lv25
57 Pinsir Lv15
58 Pinsir Lv24
59 Charmander Lv9
5A Charmander Lv10
5B Charmander Lv12
5C Charmeleon
5D Dark Charmeleon
5E Charizard
5F Charizard
60 Dark Charizard
61 Vulpix Lv11
62 Vulpix Lv13
63 Ninetails Lv32
64 Ninetails Lv35
65 Dark Ninetails
66 Growlithe Lv12
67 Growlithe Lv16
68 Growlithe Lv18
69 Arcanine Lv34
6A Arcanine Lv35
6B Arcanine Lv45
6C Ponyta Lv8
6D Ponyta Lv10
6E Ponyta Lv15
6F Rapidash Lv30
70 Rapidash Lv33
71 Dark Rapidash
72 Magmar Lv18
73 Magmar Lv24
74 Magmar Lv27
75 Magmar Lv31
76 Flareon Lv22
77 Flareon Lv28
78 Dark Flareon
79 Moltres Lv35
7A Moltres Lv37
7B Moltres Lv40
7C Squirtle Lv8
7D Squirtle Lv14
7E Squirtle Lv15
7F Squirtle Lv16
80 Wartortle Lv22
81 Wartortle Lv24
82 Dark Wartortle
83 Blastoise Lv52
84 Blastoise Lv52
85 Dark Blastoise
86 Psyduck Lv15
87 Psyduck Lv16
88 Golduck Lv27
89 Golduck Lv28
8A Dark Golduck
8B Poliwag Lv13
8C Poliwag Lv15
8D Poliwhirl Lv28
8E Poliwhirl Lv30
8F Poliwrath Lv40
90 Poliwrath Lv48
91 Tentacool
92 Tentacruel
93 Seel Lv10
94 Seel Lv12
95 Dewgong Lv24
96 Dewgong Lv42
97 Shellder Lv8
98 Shellder Lv16
99 Cloyster Lv25
9A Krabby Lv17
9B Krabby Lv20
9C Kinglar Lv27
9D Kinglar Lv33
9E Horsea Lv19
9F Horsea Lv20
A0 Seadra Lv23
A1 Seadra Lv26
A2 Goldeen
A3 Seaking
A4 Staryu Lv15
A5 Staryu Lv17
A6 Starmie
A7 Dark Starmie
A8 Magikarp Lv6
A9 Magikarp Lv8
AA Magikarp Lv10
AB Gyarados
AC Dark Gyarados
AD Lapras Lv24
AE Lapras Lv31
AF Vaproeon Lv29
B0 Vaporeon Lv42
B1 Dark Vaporeon
B2 Omanyte Lv19
B3 Omanyte Lv20
B4 Omanyte Lv22
B5 Omastar Lv32
B6 Omastar Lv36
B7 Articuno Lv34
B8 Articuno Lv35
B9 Articuno Lv37
BA Marill
BB Pikachu Lv5
BC Pikachu Lv12
BD Pikachu Lv13
BE Pikachu Lv14
BF Pikachu Lv16
C0 Pikachu Lv16
C1 Flying Pikachu
C2 Flying Pikachu
C3 Surfing Pikachu
C4 Surfing Pikachu
C5 Raichu Lv32
C6 Raichu Lv33
C7 Raichu Lv40
C8 Raichu Lv45
C9 Dark Raichu
CA Magnemite Lv12
CB Magnemite Lv13
CC Magnemite Lv14
CD Magnemite Lv15
CE Magneton Lv28
CF Magneton Lv30
D0 Magneton Lv35
D1 Dark Magneton
D2 Voltorb Lv8
D3 Voltrob Lv10
D4 Voltorb Lv13
D5 Electrode Lv35
D6 Electrode Lv42
D7 Dark Electrode
D8 Electabuzz Lv20
D9 Electabuzz Lv30
DA Electabuzz Lv35
DB Jolteon Lv24
DC Jolteon Lv29
DD Dark Jolteon
DE Zapdos Lv28
DF Zapdos Lv40
E0 Zapdos Lv64
E1 Zapdos Lv68
E2 Sandshrew Lv12
E3 Sandshrew Lv15
E4 Sandslash Lv33
E5 Sandslash Lv35
E6 Diglett Lv8
E7 Diglett Lv15
E8 Diglett Lv16
E9 Dugtrio Lv36
EA Dugtrio Lv40
EB Dark Dugtrio
EC Mankey Lv7
ED Mankey Lv7
EE Mankey Lv14
EF Primape
F0 Dark Primape
F1 Machop Lv18
F2 Machop Lv20
F3 Machop Lv24
F4 Machoke Lv24
F5 Machoke Lv28
F6 Machoke Lv40
F7 Dark Machoke
F8 Machamp Lv54
F9 Machamp Lv67
FA Dark Machamp
FB Geodude Lv15
FC Geodude Lv16
FD Graveller Lv27
FE Graveller Lv28
FF Graveller Lv29

For code 01yyxxa2

00 Golem Lv36
01 Golem Lv37
02 Onix Lv12
03 Onix Lv25
04 Cubone Lv13
05 Cubone Lv14
06 Marowak Lv26
07 Marowak Lv32
08 Dark Marowak
09 Hitmonlee Lv23
0A Hitmonlee Lv30
0B Hitmonchan Lv23
0C Hitmonchan Lv33
0D Rhyhorn Lv18
0E Rhydon Lv37
0F Rhydon Lv48
10 Kabuto Lv9
11 Kabuto Lv22
12 Kabutops
13 Aerodyctal Lv28
14 Aerodyctal Lv30
15 Abra Lv8
16 Abra Lv10
17 Abra Lv14
18 Kadabra Lv38
19 Kadabra Lv39
1A Dark Kadabra
1B Alakazam Lv42
1C Alakazam Lv45
1D Dark Alakazam
1E Slowpoke Lv9
1F Slowpoke Lv16
20 Slowpoke Lv18
21 Slowbro Lv26
22 Slowbro Lv35
23 Dark Slowbro
24 Gastly Lv8
25 Gastly Lv13
26 Gastly Lv17
27 Haunter Lv17
28 Haunter Lv22
29 Haunter Lv25
2A Haunter Lv26
2B Dark Haunter
2C Gengar Lv38
2D Gengar Lv40
E Dark Gengar
2F Drowzee Lv10
30 Drowzee Lv12
31 Hypno Lv30
32 Hypno Lv36
33 Dark Hypno
34 Mr. Mime Lv20
35 Mr. Mime Lv28
36 Jynx Lv18
37 Jynx Lv23
38 Jynx Lv27
39 Mewtwo Lv30
3A Mewtwo Lv53
3B Mewtwo Lv54
3C Mewtwo Lv60
3D Mewtwo Lv60
3E Mewtwo Lv67
3F GR Mewtwo
40 Mew Lv8
41 Mew Lv15
42 Mew Lv23
43 Pidgey Lv8
44 Pidgey Lv10
45 Pidgeotto Lv36
46 Pidgeotto Lv38
47 Pidgeot Lv38
48 Pidgeot Lv40
49 Rattata Lv9
4A Rattata Lv12
4B Rattata Lv15
4C Raticate
4D Dark Raticate
4E Spearow Lv9
4F Spearow Lv12
50 Spearow Lv13
51 Fearow Lv24
52 Fearow Lv27
53 Fearow Lv25
54 Clefairy Lv14
55 Clefairy Lv15
56 Clefable Lv34
57 Clefable Lv35
58 Jigglypuff Lv12
59 Jigglypuff Lv13
5A Jigglypuff Lv14
5B Wigglytuff Lv40
5C Wigglytuff Lv40
5D Meowth Lv10
5E Meowth Lv13
5F Meowth Lv14
60 Meowth Lv15
61 Meowth Lv17
62 Persian
63 Dark Persian
64 Dark Persian
65 Farfetch'd
66 Farfetch'd
67 Doduo Lv8
68 Doduo Lv10
69 Dodrio Lv25
6A Dodrio Lv28
6B Lickitung Lv20
6C Lickitung Lv26
6D Chansey Lv40
6E Chansey Lv55
6F Kangaskhan Lv36
70 Kangaskhan Lv38
71 Kangaskhan Lv40
72 Tauros Lv32
73 Tauros Lv35
74 Ditto
75 Eevee Lv5
76 Eevee Lv9
77 Eevee Lv12
78 Porygon Lv12
79 Porygon Lv18
7A Porygon Lv20
7B 3D Porygon
7C Snorlax Lv20
7D Snorlax Lv35
7E Snorlax Lv50
7F Dratini Lv10
80 Dratini Lv12
81 Dragonair
82 Dark Dragonair
83 Dragonite Lv41
84 Dragonite Lv43
85 Dragonite Lv45
86 Dark Dragonite
87 Togepi
88 Lugia
89 Super Potion
8A Imakuni???
8B Energy Removal
8C Energy Retrieval
8D Energy Search
8E Professor Oak
8F Excavation
90 Potion
91 Gambler
92 Revive
93 Max-Revive
94 Super Scoop-Up
95 Devolution Spray
96 Item Finder
97 Challenge!
98 Super Energy Retrieval
99 Super Energy Removal
9A Moonstone
9B Defender
9C Gust of Wind
9D Mysterious Fossil
9E Full Heal
9F Imposter Oak's Revenge
A0 Imposter Oak
A1 Sleep!
A2 Onix Trial
A3 Computer Search
A4 Digger
A5 Clefairy Doll
A6 Mr. Fuji
A7 Plus Power
A8 Switch
A9 Scoop Up
AA Pokemon Trader
AB Evil Recycle
AC Pokédex
AD Pokemon Center
AE Pokemon Breeder
AF Poké Flute
B0 The Boss's Way
B1 Goop Gas Attaack
B2 Bill
B3 Bill's Teleporter
B4 Evolution Machine
B5 Master Ball
B6 Lass
B7 Maintance
B8 Pokéball
B9 Nightly Garbage Run
BA Recycle
BB Rocket Sneak Attack
BC Here comes Team Rocket
BD The Rocket's Trap

NOTE: SMALL GLITCH: If you use GameShark to generate 99 of every card, and then recieve a
promo card from various people, your collection would increase by one, having 446/445
cards. This can only happen once, unless you find a code/ some codes to bring it back to
normal.

NOTE: ERROR: When you code in 99 of a card when you already have a few of, just code in
0100xxA? [xx for the card number, ? for the section of the card], and then type in the
difference of that number [the number that appears to the right of the card] and 99, and
convert it into Hexadecimal, and place it in this code: 01yyxxA?, [xx for the card number,
yy for the Hexadecimal digit, and ? for the section of the card]
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 9. People Who Helped Me With This FAQ

jalt     -"jalt@myself.com"      He helped me with section 6. In-Game Card Trading
                                 Check out his FAQ at gamefaqs.com
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 10. HEXADECIMAL CHART

I put this chart in my FAQ since the people using GameShark codes will need them to debug
their game
 _______________________________________________________________________
|                            SECOND HEX DIGIT                           |
|___ ___ _______________________________________________________________|
|   |   | 0 | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | A | B | C | D | E | F |
|   |___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|
|   | 0 |000|001|002|003|004|005|006|007|008|009|010|011|012|013|014|015|
| F |___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|
| I | 1 |016|017|018|019|020|021|022|023|024|025|026|027|028|029|030|031|
| R |___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|
| S | 2 |032|033|034|035|036|037|038|039|040|041|042|043|044|045|046|047|
| T |___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|
|   | 3 |048|049|050|051|052|053|054|055|056|057|058|059|060|061|062|063|
| H |___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|
| E | 4 |064|065|066|067|068|069|070|071|072|073|074|075|076|077|078|079|
| X |___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|
|   | 5 |080|081|082|083|084|085|086|087|088|089|090|091|092|093|094|095|
| D |___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|
| E | 6 |096|097|098|099|100|101|102|103|104|105|106|107|108|109|110|111|
| C |___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|
| I | 7 |112|113|114|115|116|117|118|119|120|121|122|123|124|125|126|127|
| M |___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|
| A | 8 |128|129|130|131|132|133|134|135|136|137|138|139|140|141|142|143|
| L |___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|
|   | 9 |144|145|146|147|148|149|150|151|152|153|154|155|156|157|159|159|
|   |___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|
|   | A |160|161|162|163|164|165|166|167|168|169|170|171|172|173|174|175|
|   |___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|
|   | B |176|177|178|179|180|181|182|183|184|185|186|187|188|189|191|192|
|   |___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|
|   | C |192|193|194|195|196|197|198|199|200|201|202|203|204|205|206|207|
|   |___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|
|   | D |208|209|210|211|212|213|214|215|216|217|218|219|220|221|222|223|
|   |___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|
|   | E |224|225|226|227|228|229|230|231|232|233|234|235|236|237|238|239|
|   |___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|
|   | F |240|241|242|243|244|245|246|247|248|249|250|251|252|253|254|255|
|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|___|
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 11. Pokemon Card Descriptions

Grass Energy
Fire Energy
Water Energy
Lightning Energy
Fighting Energy
Psychic Energy
Double Colorless Energy Provides 2 Colorless energy. Doesn't count as a basic Energy card.

Potion Energy           If you play this card from your hand, remove 1 damage counter from
                        the Pokemon you attach it to, if it has any.
                        Potion Energy provides 1 Colorless energy. (Doesn't count as a
                        basic Energy card.)

Full Heal Energy        If you play this card from your hand, the Pokemon you attach it to
                        is no longer Asleep, Confused, Paralyzed, or Poisoned.
                        Full Heal Energy provides 1 Colorless energy. (Doesn't count as a
                        basic Energy card.)

Rainbow Energy          Attach Rainbow Energy to 1 of your Pokemon. While in play, Rainbow
                        Energy counts as every type of basic Energy but only provides 1
                        Energy at a time. (Doesn't count as a basic Energy card when not
                        in play.) When you attach this card from your hand to 1 of your
                        Pokemon, it does 10 damage to that Pokemon. (Don't apply Weakness
                        and Resistance.)

Recycle Energy          Provide 1 Colorless Energy, when discarded from play, put back in
                        Hand
Bulbasaur Lv12   1 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Fire         Resistance:              40HP

                 1 Colorless Energy                       Tackle                      10

                 2 Grass Energy                           Razor Leaf                  30

Bulbasaur Lv13   1 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Fire         Resistance:              40HP

                 2 Grass Energy                           Leech Seed                  20
                 Unless all damage from this attack is prevented, you may remove 1 damage
                 from Bulbasaur.

Bulbasaur Lv15   1 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Fire         Resistance:              50HP

                 1 Colorless Energy                       Healing Powder              NA
                 Take away one damage counter from Bulbasaur

                 1 Grass Energy                           Poison Powder               NA
                 The Defending Pokemon is now Poisoned

Ivysaur Lv20     1 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Fire         Resistance:              60HP

                 1 Grass Energy / 2 Colorless Energy      Vine Whip                   30

                 3 Grass Energy                           Poison Powder               20
                 The Defending Pokemon is now Poisoned

Ivysaur Lv26     2 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Fire         Resistance:              50HP

                 2 Grass Energy                           Leech Seed                  20
                 Unless all damage from this attack is prevented, you may remove 1 damage
                 from Ivysaur

                 2 Grass Energy / 1 Colorless Energy      Vine Whip                   40

Dark Ivysaur     2 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Fire         Resistance:              50HP

                 Pokemon Power:                           ?????

                 2 Grass Energy                           Poison Ivy                  NA
                 Randomly places 3 seperate damage counters to any 1, 2, or 3 of the
                 Opponent's Pokemon

Venusaur Lv64    2 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Fire         Resistance:             100HP

                 Pokemon Power:                           Solar Power
                 Once during your turn (before you attack), you may use this power. Your
                 Active Pokemon and the Defending Pokemon are no longer Asleep, Confused,
                 Paralyzed, or Poisoned. This power can't be used if Venusaur is Asleep,
                 Confused, or Paralyzed.

                 4 Grass Energy                           Mega Drain                  40
                 Remove a number of damage counters from Venusaur equal to half the damage
                 done to the Defending Pokemon (Apply Weakness and Resistance) (Rounded up
                 to the nearest 10). If Venusaur has fewer damage counters than that,
                 remove all of them

Venusaur Lv67    2 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Fire         Resistance:             100HP

                 Pokemon Power:                           Energy Transfer
                 As often as you like during your turn (before you attack), you may take 1
                 Grass Energy Card attached to one of your Pokemon and attach it to a
                 different one. This power can't be used if Venusaur is Asleep, Confused,
                 or Paralyzed.

                 4 Grass Energy                           Solarbeam                   60

Venusaur Lv67    2 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Fire         Resistance:             100HP

                 Pokemon Power:                           Energy Transfer
                 As often as you like during your turn (before you attack), you may take 1
                 Grass Energy Card attached to one of your Pokemon and attach it to a
                 different one. This power can't be used if Venusaur is Asleep, Confused,
                 or Paralyzed.

                 4 Grass Energy                           Solarbeam                   60

Dark Venusaur    2 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Fire         Resistance:              70HP



Caterpie         1 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Fire         Resistance:              40HP

                 1 Grass Energy                           String Shot
                 Flip a coin. If heads, the Defending Pokemon is now Paralyzed

Metapod Lv20     2 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Fire         Resistance:              70HP

                 Pokemon Power:             ???

                 2  Grass Energy                          Confuse Powder              20
                 Flip a coin. If heads, the Defending Pokemon is now Confused.

Metapod Lv21     2 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Fire         Resistance:              70HP

                 2 Colorless Energy                       Stiffen                     NA
                 Flip a coin. If heads, prevent all damage done to Metapod during your
                 opponent's next turn. (Any other effects of attacks still happen.)

                 2 Grass Energy                           Stun Spore                  20
                 Flip a coin. If heads, the Defending Pokemon is now Paralyzed.

Butterfree       0 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Fire         Resistance: Fighting     70HP

                 2 Colorless Energy                       Whirlwind                   20
                 If your opponent has any benched Pokemon, he or she choose 1 of them and
                 switched it with the Defending Pokemon. (Do the damage before switching
                 the Pokemon.)

                 4 Grass Energy                           Mega Drain                  40
                 Remove a number of damage counters from Butterfree equal to half the
                 damage done to the Defending Pokemon (Apply Weakness and Resistance)
                 (Rounded up to the nearest 10). If Butterfree has fewer damage counters
                 than that, remove all of them.

Weedle Lv12      1 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Fire         Resistance:              40HP

                 1 Grass Energy                           Poison Sting                10
                 Flip a coin. If heads, the defednding Pokemon is now Poisoned.

Weedle Lv15      1 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Fire         Resistance:              50HP

                 1 Colorless Energy                       Peck                        10

                 1 Grass Energy                           Poison Horn
                 The Defending Pokemon is now Poisoned

Kakuna Lv20      2 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Fire         Resistance:              60HP

                 Pokemon Power:                           Quick Reaction
                 If Kakuna is your Active Pokemon, and recieves damage from an attack,
                 your opponent's Active Pokemon is now Poisoned.

                 1 Colorless Energy                       Tackle                      10

Kakuna Lv23      2 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Fire         Resistance:              80HP

                 2 Colorless Energy                       Stiffen                     NA
                 Flip a coin. If heads, prevent all damage done to Kakuna during your
                 opponent's next turn. (Any other effects of attacks still happen.)

                 2 Grass Energy                           Poison Sting                20
                 Flip a coin. If heads, the defednding Pokemon is now Poisoned.

Beedrill         0 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Fire         Resistance: Fighting     80HP

                 3 Colorless Energy                       Twineedle                   30X
                 Flip 2 coins. This attack does 30 damage times the number of heads.

                 3 Grass Energy                           Poison Sting                40
                 Flip a coin. If heads, the Defending Pokemon is now Poisoned.

Ekans Lv10       1 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Psychic      Resistance:              40HP

                 1 Grass Energy                           Spit Poison                 NA
                 Flip a coin. If heads, the Defending Pokemon is now Poisoned.

                 1 Grass Energy / 1 Colorless Energy      Wrap                        20
                 Flip a coin. If heads, the Defending Pokemon is now Paralyzed.

Ekans Lv15       1 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Psychic      Resistance:              50HP

                 1 Colorless Energy                       Bite                        10

                 2 Grass Energy                           Poison Sting                20
                 Flip a coin. If heads, the Defending Pokemon is now Poisoned.

Arbok Lv27       2 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Psychic      Resistance:              60HP

                 1 Grass Energy                           Terror Strike               10
                 Flip a coin. If hedas and if your opponent has any Benched Pokemon, he or
                 she choose 1 of them and switches it with the Defending Pokemon. (Do the
                 damage before switching the Pokemon.)

                 2 Grass Energy / 1 Colorless Energy      Poison Fang                 20
                 The Defending Pokemon is now Poisoned.

Arbok Lv30       2 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Psychic      Resistance:              60HP



Dark Arbok       2 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Psychic      Resistance:              60HP

                 2 Grass Energy                           Stare
                 Choose 1 of your opponent's Pokemon. This attack does 10 damage to that
                 Pokemon. Don't apply Weakness and Resistance for this attack. (Any other
                 effects that would happen after applying Weakness and Resistance still
                 happen.) If that Pokemon has a Pokemon Power, that power stops working
                 until the end of your opponent's next turn.

                 3 Grass Energy                           Poison Vapor                10
                 The Defending Pokemon is now Poisoned. This attack does 10 damage to each
                 of your opponent's Benched Pokemon. (Don't apply Weakness and Resistance
                 for Benched Pokemon.)

Nidoran(F) Lv12  1 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Psychic      Resistance:              50HP



Nidoran(F) Lv13  1 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Psychic      Resistance:              60HP



Nidorina Lv22    2 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Psychic      Resistance:              60HP



Nidorina Lv24    1 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Psychic      Resistance:              70HP



Nidoqueen        3 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Psychic      Resistance:              90HP



Nidoran(M) Lv20  1 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Psychic      Resistance:              40HP



Nidoran(M) Lv23  1 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Psychic      Resistance:              50HP



Nidorino Lv23    1 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Psychic      Resistance:              60HP



Nidorino Lv25    1 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Psychic      Resistance:              60HP



Nidoking         3 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Psychic      Resistance:              90HP



Zubat Lv9        0 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Psychic      Resistance: Fighting     40HP



Zubat Lv10       0 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Psychic      Resistance: Fighting     40HP



Zubat Lv12       0 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Psychic      Resistance: Fighting     40HP



Golbat Lv25      1 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Psychic      Resistance: Fighting     50HP



Golbat Lv29      0 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Psychic      Resistance: Fighting     60HP



Dark Golbat      0 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Psychic      Resistance: Fighting     50HP



Oddish Lv8       1 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Fire         Resistance:              50HP



Oddish Lv21      1 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Fire         Resistance:              50HP



Gloom            1 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Fire         Resistance:              60HP



Dark Gloom       2 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Fire         Resistance:              50HP



Vileplume        2 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Fire         Resistance:              80HP



Dark Vileplume   2 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Fire         Resistance:              60HP



Paras Lv8        1 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Fire         Resistance:              40HP



Paras Lv15       1 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Fire         Resistance:              50HP



Parasect Lv28    1 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Fire         Resistance:              60HP



Parasect Lv29    2 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Fire         Resistance:              60HP



Venonat Lv12     1 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Fire         Resistance:              40HP



Venonat Lv15     1 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Fire         Resistance:              50HP



Venomoth Lv22    0 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Fire         Resistance:              60HP



Venomoth Lv28    0 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Fire         Resistance:              70HP



Bellsprout Lv10  1 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Fire         Resistance:              40HP



Bellsprout Lv11  1 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Fire         Resistance:              40HP



Weepinbell Lv23  1 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Fire         Resistance:              60HP



Weepinbell Lv28  1 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Fire         Resistance:              70HP



Victreebel       2 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Fire         Resistance:              80HP



Grimer Lv10      1 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Psychic      Resistance:              40HP



Grimer Lv17      1 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Psychic      Resistance:              50HP



Muk              1 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Psychic      Resistance:              70HP



Dark Muk         2 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Psychic      Resistance:              60HP



Exeggcute        1 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Fire         Resistance:              50HP



Exeggutor        3 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Fire         Resistance:              80HP



Koffing Lv12     1 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Fire         Resistance:              40HP



Koffing Lv13     1 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Fire         Resistance:              40HP



Koffing Lv14     1 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Fire         Resistance:              50HP



Weezing Lv26     2 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Fire         Resistance:              60HP



Weezing Lv27     1 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Fire         Resistance:              60HP



Dark Weezing     1 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Fire         Resistance:              60HP



Tangela Lv8      1 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Fire         Resistance:              40HP



Tangela Lv12     1 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Fire         Resistance:              40HP



Scyther Lv23     1 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Fire         Resistance:              40HP



Scyther Lv25     1 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Fire         Resistance:              40HP



Pinsir Lv15      1 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Fire         Resistance:              40HP



Pinsir Lv24      1 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Fire         Resistance:              40HP



Charmander Lv9   1 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Fire         Resistance:              40HP



Charmander Lv10  1 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Fire         Resistance:              40HP



Charmander Lv12  1 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Fire         Resistance:              40HP



Charmeleon       1 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Fire         Resistance:              40HP



Dark Charmeleon  1 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Fire         Resistance:              40HP



Charizard        1 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Fire         Resistance:              40HP



Charizard        1 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Fire         Resistance:              40HP



Dark Charizard   1 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Fire         Resistance:              40HP



Vulpix Lv11      1 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Fire         Resistance:              40HP



Vulpix Lv13      1 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Fire         Resistance:              40HP



Ninetails Lv32   1 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Fire         Resistance:              40HP



Ninetails Lv35   1 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Fire         Resistance:              40HP



Dark Ninetails   1 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Fire         Resistance:              40HP



Growlithe Lv12   1 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Fire         Resistance:              40HP



Growlithe Lv16   1 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Fire         Resistance:              40HP



Growlithe Lv18   1 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Fire         Resistance:              40HP



Arcanine Lv34    1 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Fire         Resistance:              40HP



Arcanine Lv35    1 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Fire         Resistance:              40HP



Arcanine Lv45    1 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Fire         Resistance:              40HP



Ponyta Lv8       1 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Fire         Resistance:              40HP



Ponyta Lv10      1 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Fire         Resistance:              40HP



Ponyta Lv15      1 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Fire         Resistance:              40HP



Rapidash Lv30    1 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Fire         Resistance:              40HP



Rapidash Lv33    1 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Fire         Resistance:              40HP



Dark Rapidash    1 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Fire         Resistance:              40HP



Magmar Lv18      1 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Fire         Resistance:              40HP



Magmar Lv24      1 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Fire         Resistance:              40HP



Magmar Lv27      1 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Fire         Resistance:              40HP



Magmar Lv31      1 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Fire         Resistance:              40HP



Flareon Lv22     1 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Fire         Resistance:              40HP



Flareon Lv28     1 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Fire         Resistance:              40HP



Dark Flareon     1 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Fire         Resistance:              40HP



Moltres Lv35     1 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Fire         Resistance:              40HP



Moltres Lv37     1 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Fire         Resistance:              40HP



Moltres Lv40     1 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Fire         Resistance:              40HP



Squirtle Lv8     1 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Fire         Resistance:              40HP



Squirtle Lv14    1 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Fire         Resistance:              40HP



Squirtle Lv15    1 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Fire         Resistance:              40HP



Squirtle Lv16    1 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Fire         Resistance:              40HP



Wartortle Lv22   1 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Fire         Resistance:              40HP



Wartortle Lv24   1 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Fire         Resistance:              40HP



Dark Wartortle   1 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Fire         Resistance:              40HP



Blastoise Lv52   1 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Fire         Resistance:              40HP



Blastoise Lv52   1 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Fire         Resistance:              40HP



Dark Blastoise   1 Retreat Cost     Weakness: Fire         Resistance:              40HP



Psyduck Lv15

Psyduck Lv16

Golduck Lv27

Golduck Lv28

Dark Golduck

Poliwag Lv13

Poliwag Lv15

Poliwhirl Lv28

Poliwhirl Lv30

Poliwrath Lv40

Poliwrath Lv48

Tentacool

Tentacruel

Seel Lv10

Seel Lv12

Dewgong Lv24

Dewgong Lv42

Shellder Lv8

Shellder Lv16

Cloyster Lv25

Krabby Lv17

Krabby Lv20

Kinglar Lv27

Kinglar Lv33

Horsea Lv19

Horsea Lv20

Seadra Lv23

Seadra Lv26

Goldeen

Seaking

Staryu Lv15

Staryu Lv17

Starmie

Dark Starmie

Magikarp Lv6

Magikarp Lv8

Magikarp Lv10

Gyarados

Dark Gyarados

Lapras Lv24

Lapras Lv31

Vaproeon Lv29

Vaporeon Lv42

Dark Vaporeon

Omanyte Lv19

Omanyte Lv20

Omanyte Lv22

Omastar Lv32

Omastar Lv36

Articuno Lv34

Articuno Lv35

Articuno Lv37

Marill

Pikachu Lv5

Pikachu Lv12

Pikachu Lv13

Pikachu Lv14

Pikachu Lv16

Pikachu Lv16

Flying Pikachu

Flying Pikachu

Surfing Pikachu

Surfing Pikachu

Raichu Lv32

Raichu Lv33

Raichu Lv40

Raichu Lv45

Dark Raichu

Magnemite Lv12

Magnemite Lv13

Magnemite Lv14

Magnemite Lv15

Magneton Lv28

Magneton Lv30

Magneton Lv35

Dark Magneton

Voltorb Lv8

Voltrob Lv10

Voltorb Lv13

Electrode Lv35

Electrode Lv42

Dark Electrode

Electabuzz Lv20

Electabuzz Lv30

Electabuzz Lv35

Jolteon Lv24

Jolteon Lv29

Dark Jolteon

Zapdos Lv28

Zapdos Lv40

Zapdos Lv64

Zapdos Lv68

Sandshrew Lv12

Sandshrew Lv15

Sandslash Lv33

Sandslash Lv35

Diglett Lv8

Diglett Lv15

Diglett Lv16

Dugtrio Lv36

Dugtrio Lv40

Dark Dugtrio

Mankey Lv7

Mankey Lv7

Mankey Lv14

Primape

Dark Primape

Machop Lv18

Machop Lv20

Machop Lv24

Machoke Lv24

Machoke Lv28

Machoke Lv40

Dark Machoke

Machamp Lv54

Machamp Lv67

Dark Machamp

Geodude Lv15

Geodude Lv16

Graveller Lv27

Graveller Lv28

Graveller Lv29

Golem Lv36

Golem Lv37

Onix Lv12

Onix Lv25

Cubone Lv13

Cubone Lv14

Marowak Lv26

Marowak Lv32

Dark Marowak

Hitmonlee Lv23

Hitmonlee Lv30

Hitmonchan Lv23

Hitmonchan Lv33

Rhyhorn Lv18

Rhydon Lv37

Rhydon Lv48

Kabuto Lv9

Kabuto Lv22

Kabutops

Aerodyctal Lv28

Aerodyctal Lv30

Abra Lv8

Abra Lv10

Abra Lv14

Kadabra Lv38

Kadabra Lv39

Dark Kadabra

Alakazam Lv42

Alakazam Lv45

Dark Alakazam

Slowpoke Lv9

Slowpoke Lv16

Slowpoke Lv18

Slowbro Lv26

Slowbro Lv35

Dark Slowbro

Gastly Lv8

Gastly Lv13

Gastly Lv17

Haunter Lv17

Haunter Lv22

Haunter Lv25

Haunter Lv26

Dark Haunter

Gengar Lv38

Gengar Lv40

Dark Gengar

Drowzee Lv10

Drowzee Lv12

Hypno Lv30

Hypno Lv36

Dark Hypno

Mr. Mime Lv20

Mr. Mime Lv28

Jynx Lv18

Jynx Lv23

Jynx Lv27

Mewtwo Lv30

Mewtwo Lv53

Mewtwo Lv54

Mewtwo Lv60

Mewtwo Lv60

Mewtwo Lv67

GR Mewtwo

Mew Lv8

Mew Lv15

Mew Lv23

Pidgey Lv8

Pidgey Lv10

Pidgeotto Lv36

Pidgeotto Lv38

Pidgeot Lv38

Pidgeot Lv40

Rattata Lv9

Rattata Lv12

Rattata Lv15

Raticate

Dark Raticate

Spearow Lv9

Spearow Lv12

Spearow Lv13

Fearow Lv24

Fearow Lv27

Fearow Lv25

Clefairy Lv14

Clefairy Lv15

Clefable Lv34

Clefable Lv35

Jigglypuff Lv12

Jigglypuff Lv13

Jigglypuff Lv14

Wigglytuff Lv40

Wigglytuff Lv40

Meowth Lv10

Meowth Lv13

Meowth Lv14

Meowth Lv15

Meowth Lv17

Persian

Dark Persian

Dark Persian

Farfetch'd

Farfetch'd

Doduo Lv8

Doduo Lv10

Dodrio Lv25

Dodrio Lv28

Lickitung Lv20

Lickitung Lv26

Chansey Lv40

Chansey Lv55

Kangaskhan Lv36

Kangaskhan Lv38

Kangaskhan Lv40

Tauros Lv32

Tauros Lv35

Ditto

Eevee Lv5

Eevee Lv9

Eevee Lv12

Porygon Lv12

Porygon Lv18

Porygon Lv20

Cool Porygon

Snorlax Lv20

Snorlax Lv35

Snorlax Lv50

Dratini Lv10

Dratini Lv12

Dragonair

Dark Dragonair

Dragonite Lv41

Dragonite Lv43

Dragonite Lv45

Dark Dragonite

Togepi

Lugia

Super Potion

Imakuni???

Energy Removal

Energy Retrieval

Energy Search

Professor Oak

Excavation

Potion

Gambler

Revive

Max-Revive

Super Scoop-Up

Devolution Spray

Item Finder

Challenge!

Super Energy Retrieval

Super Energy Removal

Moonstone

Defender

Gust of Wind

Mysterious Fossil

Full Heal

Imposter Oak's Revenge

Imposter Oak

Sleep!

Onix Trail *   You may draw up to 5 cards, you opponent may do the same, your turn ends

Computer Search

Digger

Clefairy Doll

Mr. Fuji

PlusPower

Switch

Scoop Up

Pokemon Trader

Evil Recycle * Look for a Pokemon with Dark in it's name in your discard pile, place it on
               top of your deck.
Pokedex

Pokemon Center

Pokemon Breeder

Poke Flute

The Boss's Way

Goop Gas Attaack

Bill

Bill's Teleporter

Evolution Machine * You can now use the machine in the GR Game Corner

Master Ball

Lass

Maintance

Pokeball

Nightly Garbage Run

Recycle

Rocket Sneak Attack

Here comes Team Rocket

The Rocket's Trap
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 12. Minor Errors

I have noticed these errors while playing this game;

Arcanine Lv45 is a RARE card in the game but the actual card is UNCOMMON
Dratini Lv10 is a COMMON card in the game but the actual card is UNCOMMON
Potion Energy is a COMMON card in the game but the actual card is UNCOMMON
Full Heal Energy is a COMMON card in the game but the actual card is UNCOMMON
Recycle Energy is a UNCOMMON card in the game but the actual card is RARE
Fighting Energy is a COMMON card in the game but the actual card has no RARITY
Fire Energy is a COMMON card in the game but the actual card has no RARITY
Grass Energy is a COMMON card in the game but the actual card has no RARITY
Lightning Energy is a COMMON card in the game but the actual card has no RARITY
Psychic Energy is a COMMON card in the game but the actual card has no RARITY
Water Energy is a COMMON card in the game but the actual card has no RARITY
Super Energy Retrieval has no RARITY but the actual card is RARE
Digger is a COMMON in the game but the actual card is UNCOMMON
Pokemon Trader is a COMMON in the game but the actual card is RARE
Bill's Teleporter is a COMMON in the game but the actual card is UNCOMMON
Master Ball is a RARE in the game but the actual card is UNCOMMON
Nightly Garbage Run is a COMMON in the game but the actual card is UNCOMMON
Here Comes Team Rocket is a WHITE RARE in the game but the actual card is BLACK RARE
Dark Persian is a COMMON in the game but the actual card is UNCOMMON
Porygon Lv20 is a COMMON in the game but the actual card is UNCOMMON
Pikachu Lv13 is a RARE in the game but the actual card is Promo
Dewgong Lv42 is a RARE in the game but the actual card is UNCOMMON
Magikarp Lv6 is a COMMON in the game but the actual card is UNCOMMON
Dark Rapidash is a COMMON in the game but the actual card is UNCOMMON

I have confirmed these errors with the English versions of the Pokemon Cards, I am not
sure that the Japanese versions of those cards are like that but I hope they fix this in
the North American version of Pokemon Trading Card Game 2: The Great Rocket Visits
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 13. Contact Information

 My E-Mail Address: -webheadwiz@hotmail.com
 Company Website: http://www.geocities.com/webheadwiz
 GameFAQs: http://www.gamefaqs.com
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 14. Legal Stuff

This FAQ is copyright GBCromz 2001, and cannot and will not be rewritten or re-editted
without the written consent of the author. You may own one of these files but not to claim
as your own, if you are caught violating this, you will be asked to take it off your
webpage or any other location. You cannot gain profit from this file in any sense.
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FAQ/Walkthrough. This FAQ is for the japanese version of Pokemon Trading Card Game 2 The
Great Rocket Visits, and will be translated for the English debut in North America.
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