Pokemon Stadium 2 FAQ --------------------- Copyright 1999 Paul Springer You may use this on your site provided I get full credit. If not, then may the fleas of a thousand camels infest your armpits. Last updated 1/03/00 - Final Update 1/3/00 - OK, I'm finished taking E-mails and ICQ messages from the same dumb people who ask the same dumb questions. I get inundated every day with things like "hi pokeman i like is fun and mew is there/////" in 4 different languages. I have never received so many dumb questions from so many people who feel like I should DROP what I'm doing and answer their idiotic questions that could be answered by actually READING THIS GODDAMN THING! I'll say it one last time. IF IT'S NOT IN HERE, THEN I DON'T KNOW! Gamefaqs is where my FAQ resides. If it's been filtered and distributed to other sites, that's fine with me. But from this point on, I will refuse to answer any more questions about this game. Period. If you go to a site that has an older version of this FAQ, then you aren't reading this right now, and are in for the verbal thrashing of a lifetime... This is the last update I will make to this FAQ. Deal with it. 7/10/99 - Please read the **** area of "About the game." I'm tired of getting questions that are answered by actually READING this thing, and other messages like "hi do you know pokemons?" Yeesh. 6/16/99 - Organized the attacks by Kana symbol, according to what I believe to be the Japanese alphabetical order. I thought it would make thigns easier to find. 6/15/99 - Complete redesign. If you read the Gameplay section, you'll see why I think it's easier this way. Let me know if you like it. I did this at work, so didn't have access to the game to see the types of attacks the unsorted ones fell under. I'll fix it in the next update. 5/22/99 - Added a Japanese note. Added more Pokemon moves. Removed the Height and Weight listings, since they'd probably never be completed. Removed the comments from the Pokemon listings. They sucked anyways... 5/16/99 - Added some more Pokemon moves. Added a section on the Mini Games. Added some more gameplay notes. 5/14/99 - Added some Pokemon moves and transleted a few of the menus. Added some gameplay info and other miscellaneous stuff. 5/13/99 - First incarnation of the FAQ. All the Pokemon, but none of their moves. Table of Contents ----------------- Intro About the game About my Japanese Menus Gameplay Descriptions The Charcaters The Attacks Mini Games Intro ----- Welcome to my Pokemon Stadium 2 FAQ! I know I never got around to finishing the first one, but it was because of this wonderful update to the first game that I decided to postpone it until PS 2 was done and out. Well, now it is, and let the translation begin! About the game -------------- Pokemon Stadium 2 is a one on one Pokemon battle game, in which you pit your POekmon against another player, or the computer in a variety of tournaments. It is NOT an adventure game like the Game Boy version, although it's rumored to be possible to play the Gameboy style game in PS 2 with the GB Pack and a Japanese Pokemon Game Boy Game. As of right now, only Japanese Pokemon Game Boy games work with PS 2. I'm sure that will change if/when it comes out here. Pokemon Stadium 2 is an update to Pokemon Stadium, both of which are for the Nintendo 64. PS 1 was never released in the US, but the word is that Nintendo will release PS 2 in the US as Pokemon Stadium. The difference between PS 1 and PS 2 is that PS 1 only came with 40 or so Pokemon ready for use, and I believe that you had to upload the rest with the included GB pack, but I'm not sure. It could be that you could only update the existing ones with the stats on your GB paks. I'll find out more later. Anyway, PS 2 now comes with 150 Pokemon, and may even include Mew and Togepi, although I haven't confirmed this. You can buy a copy from BuyRite at www.buyrite1.com. The prices are a little high, but hey, it's an import, so quit whining. ;) From what I hear, Pokemon Stadium 2 is coming out in the US in March. **** If you have any questions that aren't answered in the FAQ, then I don't know the answer. If you ask me anything that IS in the FAQ, your question will be ignored or responded to in a less than friendly manner. And PLEASE - for the love of God - do NOT send me messages like: "how is call the page of the pokemon stadiumm to askk few questionn" because you will definately feel the sting. About my Japanese ----------------- I've only been studying Japanese for about 3 months, and am in no way claiming to be the end-all Japanese master. I'm doing this FAQ to enhance my Japanese studies and because my girlfriend is nuts about Pokemon, so it'll give her an excuse to play it constantly. Please keep in mind that just because I can translate single word attack names doesn't mean I can translate a whole novel for you, so please don't ask because it'll only lead to disappointment. The English names I provide are a very loose (and literal) approximation based on the translations I find with each attack name. For instance, かいりき, which is loosely translated as "Superhuman Strengh," seems to do nothing but hurl rocks, so I call it a "Rock Throw." DON'T contact me telling me what you think the name should be. Write your own FAQ. For viewing the Japanese characters, I recommend using the NJ Win program from NJ Star. You can get it at http://www.njstar.com. For printing them, I recommend the Kanji Kit '97 from Pacific Software Publishing. You can get it at http://www.pspinc.com. Menus ----- When negotiating the menus, often times, you'll see はい and いいえ as your choies. はい means yes, and is pronounced "High." If you've seen any of the "Karate Kid" movies, then you know how to say it. ;) いいえ means no, and is pronounced "eeeee-eh" with the "e" sound as in "bee." The "eh" sound is like the "e" in "bet." Main Menu ========= Left - Quick Battle ****************************************** Middle - Pokemon Stadium Quote: "Here is the Pokemon Stadium. This is where monster battles, study, mini games and other things are." Clockwise from top: * Stadium - Main Area of Battle. * GB - Play the GB game with the GB pack and GB Pokemon game. (Not Confirmed) * Free Battle - Battle against another player, or Team Battle. * Mini Games - Head to Mini Game island. * Winner's Mansion - Some kind of Trophy Room. * Research Laboratory - ???? * Gym Leader's Castle - Take on all the Gym Leaders. ******************************************* Right - Event Battle? ******************************************* Bottom - Options * Sound - Stereo/Monural * Announcer - On/Off * Clear Save Data - - "Is it OK if the 64 Pack save data is cleared?" - ?????????????? Gameplay -------- The actual gameplay is relatively simple. After picking your 6 Pokemon during the pre-battle sequence, you can then pick 3 of those 6. The A, B and C buttons correspond to your Pokemon, and the first button you press is the first Pokemon into battle. Once in battle, you have to option to attack, switch Pokemon, or pause. Pausing gives you the option to give up the match. Pressing "A" will put you into attack mode, and pressing "B" will put you into switch mode. If you change your mind, you can press "L" to get back to the three main choices. After choosing either Attack or Switch, you can hit "R" to bring up your choices. Pressing one of the buttons listed will either use that attack, or summon that Pokemon - whichever you chose to do. The factor that determines who attacks first is probably speed related, although i have yet to determine how to find out a particular Pokemon's speed. It's safe to say that a Starmie will take it's turn before an Onix or Dragonite, unless the Starmie is slowed down or something. I've discovered something interesting. The computer can use Pokemon that have different attacks than the default ones available to you, even if you're both the same level. This leads me to believe that if you have taught your Pokemon deifferent abilites on the Game Boy games, you can them import those Pokemon using the GB pack for use in this game. I don't have the GB pack or Japanese Pokemon for the Game Boy, so I can't verify this, but if someone out there can, I'd greatly appreciate it. I saw a Geodude (A Rock Pokemon) do some kind of Tidal Wave attack on me. Since rock Poekmon are weak against water, it makes no sense for a Geodude to have a water attack to throw at me. This leads me to believe that if the computer can customize their Pokemon, so can the Player. Now I just need to figure out how. I've also just discovered that the Pokemon may have different attacks when at different levels. This seems natural to me, but I now wonder why there are parts of the game where you can play with only level 50 Pokemon, or only level 25 or 30 Pokemon. I'm sure this lack of total understanding of the game comes with my lack of understanding of the Japanese language, so until then, I guess I'll keep trying to figure it out. The attacks in thes FAQ are the default ones that come in the game. I don't know if you can import new attacks found only in the GB game. Descriptions ------------ List of Types: These are listed in the little colored boxes in the game. ノーマル - Normal ほのお - Fire みず - Water でんき - Electric くさ - Plant こおり - Ice かくとう - Fighting どく - Poison じめん - Earth ひこう - Flying エスパー - Psychic むし - Insect ゴースト - Ghost いわ - Rock ドラゴン - Dragon Contidions: Your Pokemon can be in different conditions due to certain attacks from other Poekmon. Their status is listed next to their level. ふつう - Normal まひ - Paralysis ひんし - Dying/Dead ねむり - Asleep The Characters -------------- When picking your Pokemon, you'll see a status screen for each one before adding them to your roster. It looks something like this: (=========================================================) | Name Level PokeNum. PokeName | | ------------------------------------------------------- | | Picture Type 1 Type 2 Attack | | Defense | | HP ???????? | | ???????? | |---------------------------------------------------------| | | | Attacks | | | (=========================================================) This lets you know about the Pokemon you're going to use, so you don't have to learn the hard way: in battle! The Pokemon ************************************************************************* Number Japanese American Type ------ -------- -------- ---- 001 フシギダネ Bulbasaur Plant/Posion 002 フシギソウ Ivysaur Plant/Poison 003 フシギバナ Venusaur Plant/Poison 004 ヒトカゲ Charmander Fire 005 リザード Charmeleon Fire 006 リザードン Charizard Fire 007 ゼニガメ Squirtle Water 008 カメール Wartortle Water 009 カメックス Blastoise Water 010 キャタピー Caterpie Insect 011 トランセル Metapod Insect 012 バタフリー Butterfree Insect 013 ビードル Weedle Insect/Poison 014 コクーン Kakuna Insect/Poison 015 スピアー Beedrill Insect/Poison 016 ポッポ Pidgey Normal/Flying 017 ピジヨン Pidgeotto Normal/Flying 018 ピジョット Pidgeot Normal/Flying 019 コラッタ Rattata Normal 020 ラッタ Raticate Normal 021 オニスズメ Spearow Normal/Flying 022 オニドリル Fearow Normal/Flying 023 アーボ Ekans Poison 024 アーボク Arbok Poison 025 ピカチュウ Pikachu Electric 026 ライチュウ Raichu Electric 027 サンド Sandshrew Earth 028 サンドバン Sandslash Earth 029 ニドラン Nidoran Female Poison 030 ニドリイナ Nidorina Poison 031 ニドクイン Nidoqueen Poison/Earth 032 ニドラン Nidoran Male Poison 033 ニドリイノ Nidorino Poison 034 ニドキング Nidoking Poison/Earth 035 ピッピ Clafairy Normal 036 ピイクシイ Clefable Normal 037 ロコン Vulpix Fire 038 キャウコン Nine Tails Fire 039 プリン Jigglypuff Normal 040 プクリン Wigglytuff Normal 041 ズバット Zubat Poison/Flying 042 ゴルバット Golbat Poison/Flying 043 ナゾノクサ Oddish Plant/Poison 044 クサイハナ Gloom Plant/Poison 045 ラフレシア Vileplume Plant/Poison 046 パラス Paras Insect/Plant 047 パラセクト Parasect Insect/Plant 048 コンパン Venonat Insect/Poison 049 モルフオン Venomoth Insect/Poison/Flying 050 ジイグダ Diglett Earth 051 ダグトリオ Dugtrio Earth 052 ニャアス Meowth Normal 053 ペルシアン Persian Normal 054 コダック Psyduck Water 055 ゴルダック Golduck Water 056 マンキイ Mankey Fighting 057 オコリザル Primeape Fighting 058 ガアジイ Growlithe Fire 059 ウインジイ Arcanine Fire 060 ニョロモ Poliwag Water 061 ニョロゾ Poliwhirl Water 062 ニョロバン Poliwrath Water 063 ケエシイ Abra Psychic 064 ユンゲラア Kadabra Psychic 065 フウディイ Alakazam Psychic 066 ンワンリキイ Machop Fighting 067 ゴオリキイ Machoke Fighting 068 カイリキイ Machamp Fighting 069 マダツボミ Bellsprout Plant/Poison 070 ウツドン Weepinbell Plant/Poison 071 ヌツボット Victreebell Plant/Poison 072 メノジュラゲ Tentacool Water/Poison 073 ドククラゲ Tentacruel Water/Poison 074 イツシブシ Geodude Earth/Stone 075 ゴロオン Graveller Earth/Stone 076 ゴロオニャ Golem Earth/Stone 077 ポニイタ Ponyta Fire 078 ギョップ Rapidash Fire 079 ヤドン Slowpoke Water/Psychic 080 ヤドラン Slowbro Water/Psychic 081 コイル Magnemite Electric 082 レアコイル Magneton Electric 083 カモネギ Farfetch'd Normal/Flying 084 ドオドオ Doduo Normal/Flying 085 ドオドリオ Dodrio Normal/Flying 086 プワウ Seel Water 087 ジュゴン Dewgong Water 088 ベトベタア Grimer Poison 089 ベトベトン Muk Poison 090 シイルダア Shellder Water 091 パルシイン Cloyster Water 092 ゴオス Gastly Ghost 093 ゴオスト Haunter Ghost 094 ゲンガア Gengar Ghost 095 イワアク Onix Earth/Stone 096 スリイプ Drowzee Psychic 097 スリイパア Hypno Psychic 098 クラブ Krabby Water 099 キングラ Kingler Water 100 ビリリダマ Voltorb Electric 101 マルマイ Electrode Electric 102 タマタマ Exeggcute Plant/Psychic 103 ナッシ Exeggutor Plant/Psychic 104 カラカラ Cubone Earth 105 ガラガラ Marowak Earth 106 サワムラア Hitmonlee Fighting 107 エビワラア Hitmonchan Fighting 108 ベロリンガ Likitung Normal 109 ドガアス Koffing Poison 110 マタドガス Weezing Poison 111 サイホオン Rhyhorn Earth/Stone 112 サイドン Rhydon Earth/Stone 113 ラッキイ Chansey Normal 114 モンジャラ Tangela Plant 115 ガルウラ Kangaskhan Normal 116 タッツー Horsea Water 117 シードラ Seadra Water 118 トサキント Goldeen Water 119 アゾマオウ Seaking Water 120 ヒトジマ Staryu Water/Psychic 121 スターミー Starmie Water/Psychic 122 バリヤード Mr. Mime Psychic 123 ストライク Scyther Insect/Flying 124 ルージュラ Jynx Ice/Psychic 125 エレブー Electabuzz Electric 126 ブーバー Magmar Fire 127 カイロス Pinsir Insect 128 ケンタロス Tauros Normal 129 コイキング Magikarp Water 130 ギャラドス Gyarados Water/Flying 131 ラプラス Lapras Water/Ice 132 メタモン Ditto Normal 133 イーブイ Eevee Normal 134 シャワーズ Vaporeon Water 135 サンダース Jolteon Electric 136 ブースター Flareon Fire 137 ポリゴン Porygon Normal 138 ノムナイト Omanyte Stone/Water 139 オムスター Omastar Stone/Water 140 カブト Kabuto Stone/Water 141 カブトプス Kabutops Stone/Water 142 プテラ Aerodactyl Stone/Air 143 カビゴン Snorlax Normal 144 フリーズ Articuno Ice/Flying 145 タンダー Zapdos Electric/Air 146 フアイヤ Moltres Fire/Air 147 ミニリュー Dratini Dragon 148 ハクリュー Dragonair Dragon 149 カイリュー Dragonite Dragon/Flying 150 ミューシー MewTwo Psychic ********************************************************************* The Attacks - Organized by kana symbol. Loose translations in the () ********************************************************************* +++++++++++++++++ ノーマル - Normal +++++++++++++++++ Generic Attacks --------------- いかりのまえば - Bite (Teeth of Anger) うたう - Sing Puts opponent to sleep. かげぶんしん- Divide and Conquer Agility Increase? かなしばり - Bind (binding hand & foot; a temporary feeling of paralysis) Make opponent paralyzed. かみつく - Bite (to bite (at); to snap at; to snarl at) きりさく - Scratch (To cut up, to tear to pieces) This is usually some kind of scratch attack. すてみタックル - Sacrifice Tackle (tackle "at the risk of one's life") Recoil Damage. せいちょう - (Growth into adulthood) たいあたり - Tackle (body blow; ramming (suicide) attack) つつく - Poke Attack (to pick at; to nudge; to poke) つのドリル - Horn Drill つばさでうつ - Wing Strike とっしん - Tackle This attacks has recoil, which means you lose some HP after doing it. のしかかり - Body Drop (to lean on; to bend over; to come upon) へんしん - Copycat (metamorphosis; disguise; transformation) Ditto's only attack. Copys the enemy he's fighting, moves and everything. He cahnges back when you recall him. まきつく - Bind (To twine around) ゆびをふる - ("The falling finger"; implies something random) A random attack. じこさいせい - Regenerate Regain some health. ずつき - Tackle (comes from ずつきをする, which means "To Butt Heads") テクスチャー - Texture トライアタック - Tri Attack Send three colored beams at your opponent. フラッシェ - Flash? メガトンポンチ - Megaton Punch POW! This sends a ball of energy out of your fist and into your opponent. メガトンキック - Megaton Kick Delivers a powerful kick that sends a ball of energy at the opponent. ロケットずつき - Shell Tackle ("Rocket Tackle") I call it the Shell Tackle because the only time I've seen this attack in use was when Squirtle tucked into his shell and tackled the opponent. ダブルニードル - Double Spear ++++++++++++ みず - Water ++++++++++++ なみのり - Surf Catch a wave and soak your opponent. ハイドロポンプ - Hydro Pump Send a stream of water towards your opponent. バブルこうせん - Bubble Beam A big blast of bursting bubbles. ++++++++++++ こおり - Ice ++++++++++++ ふぶき - Blizzard れいとうビーム - Freeze Beam (Refrigeration Beam) オーロラビーム - Aurora Beam +++++++++++++++++++ かくとう - Fighting +++++++++++++++++++ いかり - Anger I think this increases your attack damage for the next turn. ちきゅうなげ - Body Slam (Earth Throw) +++++++++++++ どく - Poison +++++++++++++ どくのこな - Poison Powder どくどく - Poison Doesn't do any initial damage, but every subsequent turn takes damage. どくばり - Poison Sting +++++++++++ いわ - Rock +++++++++++ ++++++++++++++++++ エスパー - Psychic ++++++++++++++++++ サイケこうせん - Psychic Beam サイコキネシス - Psychic Attack +++++++++++++++ じめん - Earth +++++++++++++++ あなをほる - Burrow (To dig a hole) かいりき - Rock Throw (Superhuman Strength) Usually some kind of rock throw. すなかけ - Sand Attack じしん - Earthquake +++++++++++++++++ でんき - Electric +++++++++++++++++ 10まんボルト - 10,000 Volts かみなり - Thunder Standard electric attack. でんきショック - Electric Shock でんこうせっか - Flash of Lightning +++++++++++++++++ ドラゴン - Dragon +++++++++++++++++ ++++++++++++ くさ - Plant ++++++++++++ いとをはく - String Shot ねむりこな - Sleep Powder Put your opponent to sleep. はっぱカッター - Razor Leaf (Explosive Cutter) Launch deadly leaves at your opponent which scrape him up. やどりぎのタネ - Leech Seed This attack lauches seeds at your opponent which drain life from him and give it to you every turn. The only way to get rid of it is to go back into a Pokeball. メガドレイン - Mega Drain +++++++++++++ むし - Insect +++++++++++++ +++++++++++++++ ひこう - Flying +++++++++++++++ そらをとぶ - Arial Attack This attack takes a turn to rise in the air (making you invincible to everything but poison and leech seed effects). On your next turn, your Pokemon will swoop down and smack the opponent. Great attack! +++++++++++++ ほのお - Fire +++++++++++++ かえんほしゃ - Flame Attack はかいこうせん - (Destruction Beam) ほのおのうず - Flame Attack だいもんじ - Large Fire Attack ソーラービーム - Solar Beam This attack takes a turn to charge up, but really delivers the damage. ゴッドバード - God Bird ++++++++++++++++ Unsorted Attacks ++++++++++++++++ リフレクター Reflect つるぎのまい Attack Power Up? カウンター Counter じごくぐるま Hell something... カウンター Counter ちょうおんぱ Confusion Sound Wave スピードスター Speed Star こう？くいどう Agility Increase? ひっさつまえば "Ceratin Kill" Bite きあいだめ Fighting Spirit ドリルくちばし Drill Beak にらみつける Glare こう？くいどう ???? オウムがえし Pheonix Attack (Lose a Turn) へびにらみ Serpent Glare ものまな Imitate? たたきつける Tackle Attack でんこうせっか Tackle ちきゅうなげ Body Drop にどげり Double Roundhouse ゆびをふる ?????? でんじは Paralysis いあいぎり Scratch いわなだれ Rock Avalanche スプーンまげ Spoon ちきゅうなげ Body Slam つつく Poke Attack でんじは ?????????? りゅうのいかり Dragon Rage Section 6 - Mini Games ---------------------- You can either play one at a time, or go to a tournament in which you set the number of games you have to win. Drowzee - Press "A" when the pendilum is at the center. You fall asleep if you don't. It speeds up, making it harder to hit. The one who stays awake wins. Ekans - Ring around the Diglett. Aim with the D-Pad, and use the analog stick to coil back by hitting "Down." The farther you push it, the more spring in your leap. The stick is VERY sensitive. The gold ones are worth 2. Lickitung - Eat the good food, avoid the bad stuff. Certain food is worth more points than others. Clefairy - "Simon Says" with the D-pad. Metapod - Harden before the boudlers hit you. Hardening takes up your energy, but getting hit takes much more. Whoever lasts the longest wins. Magikarp - Hit "A" to bounce. The longer you hold "A" the higher you bounce. HIt the counter the most number of times to win. Rattata - Tap "A" mutliple times to run. Press Up on the D-pad to leap over the walls. It's a race to the finish. Sandshrew - Hit "L" and "R" in fast sequence to dig. First to the bottom wins. Pikachu - Tap either "A" or "B" when the light is either Blue or Green, respectively.
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