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FAQ/Walkthrough		SilverCharger		Version 1.5		8/31/01



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| 0. Table of Contents:								    TOC |
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1. Author's Note
2. Version History
3. Menu
	A. Battle Now!
	B. Pokémon Stadium
		1a. Stadium
			a. Petit Cup
			b. Pika Cup
			c. Poké Cup
			d. Prime Cup
		2a. Free Battle
		3a. Gym Leader Castle
			a. Brock
			b. Misty
			c. Lt. Surge
			d. Erika
			e. Koga
			f. Blane
			g. Sabrina
			h. Giovanni
				a1. Elite Four
					a. Lorelli
					b. Bruno
					c. Agatha
					d. Lance
			i. Rival
		4a. Pokémon Lab
		5a. Victory Palace
		6a. GB Tower
		7a. Kids Club
	C. Gallery
	D. Vs. Battle Event
	E. Options
4. Rental Pokémon Chart
5. Gameshark Cheats
6. Secrets
7. Credits

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| 1. Author's Note									|
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	This guide is probably of no use to you unless you're new to Pokémon Stadium.
It is unlikley that I will ever finish this guide, yet likley that I will update it in
the future. I am sorry, I should not have started too many FAQs at one time.


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| 2. Version History									|
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	Version 1.5
		-Minor changes

	Version 1.1
		- Changed Format
			- Now 8x6 resolution
			- ASCII art header
		- Changed many Title names
			-Past Updates now Version History
			-Introduction now Author's Note
		- Started and Finished Secrets Section


	Version 1.0
		-Everything in this guide is new.

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| 3. Menu										|
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	Well, when you first turn on the game, and watch the introduction, you will see
that there is four controller sections. If a controller is plugged into a port, it will
show up present. If a controller is present, and a transfer pack with a game is present
as well, it will all show up here.

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|IN ORDER TO PLAY, YOU HAVE TO SAVE 	|
|YOUR GAME IN A POKEMON CENTER. 	|
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|If you don't want to do it on 		|
|Gameboy, you can go to the GB Tower	|
|and go to a Pokémon Center there.	|
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	Push A to select Ok, so you can go to the main menu.

	Now that you are at the main Menu, you can select a variety of options.


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| A. Battle Now!									|
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	You can go against thge computer or a friend in a quick battle with Pokémon that
were pre-chosen in the game. You will not achieve anything except bragging rights for
winning.


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| 1a. Stadium										|
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	This is the most interesting and fun thing to do in the game. Here, you battle
using the different cup rules. Poké Cup and Prime Cup players will have four difficulty
levels to chose from: Poké Ball, Great Ball, Ultra Ball, Master Ball. Petit Cup and Pika
Cup Players will only have to play one difficulty level.

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1. Petit Cup

	Ok, so you are going to try out Petit Cup, but before you do,
you must follow the rules to play.

- Pokémon Levels must be between 25-30
- The Combined Pokémon Levels can NOT exceed 80 combined
- Pokémon must be 6'8" tall or less
- Pokémon must weigh less than 44 lbs.
- Mew may not attend
- "Un-evolved" Pokémon may ONLY attend


Recommendations for rental Pokémon:
-Tangela
-Pikachu
-Pidgey
-Squirtle
-Abra
-Growlithe

Trainers:

Trainer 1: Bug Boy
Tips: Bug Boy likes to use Grass, Poision, and Bug type Pokémon. He
shouldn't be hard though- after all, you are fighting on the easiest
cup, fight one, round one, so don;t worry.

Pokémon:

 Caterpy
 Caterpie
 Bug
 Level 25
Tips: If Bug boy uses Caterpie, there shouldn't be any problem.
Caterpie is a very easy Pokémon, and hopefully, it won't kill you with
Tackle or String Shot.

 Weedly
 Weedle
 Bug/Poision
 Level 25
Tips: Weedle shouldn't be too hard easier, but Bug Boy may not use it.
Be careful for Weedle's Poision Sting- It may not be the most effective
attack against strong Pokémon if it poisions you, but you aren't dealing
with a lot of HP here, so it does matter. All you can do is pray not to
be poisioned.

 Pary
 Paras
 Bug/Grass
 Level 25
Tips: Paras isn't a hard Pokémon to beat. It has horrible attack and
horrible special, as well as horrible defense. A fire attack should
take it out in one or two hits.

 Oddy
 Oddish
 Grass/Poision
 Level 25
Tips: Oddish was always an easy Pokémon, and because it has two
evolutions after it, you'd expect it to be weak. Try using a fire,
flying, or ice attack on it and it should go down in the first hit.

 Bellsy
 Bellsprout
 Grass/Poision
 Level 25
Tips: Bellsprout could be the hardest Pokémon you fight, because it
has a very cheap attack- wrap. If it has higher speed than you, and
it uses the wrap attack, it will slowly faint all of your Pokémon.
Luckily, we chose a fire Pokémon with higher speed, so it shouldn't
be too much of a problem.

 Eggy
 Exeggcute
 Grass/Psychic
 Level 25
Tips: Exeggcute is another annoying Pokémon, because it likes to use
the hypnosis attack, and that gets really annoying- Luckily, there
are rules against putting more than two Pokémon to sleep, so if the
first two are asleep, use your third, but if you have one fainted
Pokémon...


Trainer 2: Lad
Tips: Lad likes to use flying, poision, and grass types, so be
prepared for his Pokémon. We have a good team with us, so he
shouldn't be too hard.

Pokémon:

 Piddy
 Pidgey
 Normal/Flying
 Level 25
Tips: If you can't beat a Pidgey, I feel sorry for you. Here is a
hint: what makes it faint, comes from the heavens...Well actually,
the clouds.

 Ratty
 Rattata
 Normal
 Level 26
Tips: Rattata is weak against fighting, but we did not bring along
any fighting Pokémon, so a well though out strategy using normal or
any attacks will make it faint.

 Ditty
 Ditto
 Normal
 Level 25
Tips: Ditto may be able to transform into your Pokémon, but it truly
does have horrible stats, so making it faint shouldn't be too hard.
Just remember not to use a move like Thundershock on it if it
transforms into your Pikachu.

 Bulby
 Bulbasaur
 Grass/Poision
 Level 26
Tips: Bulbasaur is a very good Pokémon...No really, it is...If you
brought along a fire Pokémon, I suggest you use it, but who'd want
to make a Bulbasaur faint?

 Ekansy
 Ekans
 Poision
 Level 26
Tips: Ekans isn't a hard Pokémon, but you didn't bring any Pokémon
super-effective against it, so you will have to use non super-effective
attacks to win.

 Zubaty
 Zubat
 Poision/Flying
 Level 25
Tips: Zubat will not be hard if you brought along an Electric Pokémon,
which you should've anyway in case Lad used a flying Pokémon.


Trainer 3: Nerd
Tips: Nerd, being the nerd that he is, likes to use all different
types of Pokémon. On top of that, he will have two level 30 Pokémon!
He will only be able to use one of them in battle, though, because
otherwise, he would exceed the limit of 80 in levels.

Pokémon:

 Dudegeo
 Geodude
 Rock/Ground
 Level 25
Tips: Geodude may be a strong Pokémon, but he can't stand to be
attacked x4 with a water move, or x2 wwith a grass move. You should
be able to eliminate him in your first shot with a water Pokémon.

 Lygast
 Gastly
 Ghost/Poision
 Level 25
Tips: Gastly is a ghost, which means normal and fighting attacks
are no good against it. Be careful, and if you have a psychic
attack, use it here.

 Orbvolt
 Voltorb
 Electric
 Level 25
Tips: Voltorb is very quick, but not strong at all. Use a psychic
attack or a fire, but electric will obviously not do much damage,
even though it has the lowest possible special defense.

 Dershell
 Shellder
 Water
 Level 25
Tips: Shellder is a water Pokémon, but it still has ice moves.
an Electric attack should take it out. Be careful to not get
frozen, because only a fire move will heal that status.

 Fingkof
 Koffing
 Poision
 Level 30
Tips: Wow, this Koffing is on level 30, and it is not easy at
all. Ground blocks poision, but if you did not bring along ground,
try an electric attack.

 Cuteegg
 Exeggcute
 Grass/Psychic
Tips: Exeggcute is a very annoying Pokémon, because it likes to use
the hypnosis attack, and that gets really annoying- Luckily, there
are rules against putting more than two Pokémon to sleep, so if the
first two are asleep, use your third, but if you have one fainted
Pokémon, you are out of luck.


 Trainer 4: Sailor
Tips: Well now the matches will get harder, espically for the
rental Pokémon, because all of the Pokémon you face from here
on in, will be above level 25, and will most likely have higher speed
than the rental Pokémon...Good luck!
	Oh yeah, the sailor likes to use water Pokémon (I hope you
could guess that) and for some strange reason, a Machop and
Spearow...Oh well, here we go.

Pokémon:

 Krablor
 Krabby
 Type: Water
 Level 26
Tips: Krabby is a Pokémon with good attack and defense, but horrible
special, and thats where you can bring in the kill. Use any electric
attacks, and because of its low special, you can make it faint in one
hit.

 Sealor
 Horsea
 Water
 Level 27
Tips: Horsea is a fairly easy Pokémon, although it is on level 27 and
is faster than most rental Pokémon. Hopefully, you have a leveled up
electric Pokémon, and you should be able to make it faint.

 Magilor
 Magikarp
 Water
 Level 26
Tips: Magikarp is a VERY easy Pokémon. An electric or grass move
should easily knock it out and if you are having trouble with this
Pokémon, I have no sympathy for you.

 Choplor
 Machop
 Fighting
 Level 26
Tips: Machop should be an easy knock out for any flying Pokémon with
gust or peck, but be careful for its Karate Chop attack- it always
connects with a critical hit.

 Goldor
 Goldeen
 Water
 Level 26
Tips: Goldeen is another easy Pokémon to knock out with any electric
attack, but it has a peck attack which is very strong at times, why?
I dunno...

 Spearlor
 Spearow
 Normal/Flying
 Level 27
Tips: Spearow is a vicious Pokémon, but it is also weak against that
electric Pokémon you brought along with you. If your electric Pokémon
fainted, try an ice attack.


Trainer 5: Jr. Female
Tips: Jr. Female is a pretty tough trainer who uses various types,
and there is a reason for that- you are halfway through the tournament!
Congradulations, give yourself a pat on the back, you're doing
great...Well, actually, I'm doing great, but we'll just say you are
for arguments sake.

Pokémon:

 Cucu
 Cubone
 Ground
 Level 26
Tips: Cubone will be a tough Pokémon, that is because it has the
dig ability, which is a very annoying attack, unless you bring along
a flying type with a water move... Oh yeah, you won't see a flying
type with a water move until Gold/Silver. Try a quick win with a water
Pokémon.

 Growlgrowl
 Growlithe
 Fire
 Level 27
Tips: Growlithe is an agile fire Pokémon with high defense and
special. It is also one of the toughest Pokémon in the game, by the
way, because it likes to use the dig attack, which becomes annoying.
A water Pokémon can do the job, but swift is the only way to hit it
underground.

 Meowmeow
 Meowth
 Normal
 Level 27
Tips: Meowth is a fast Pokémon with scratch attacks like scratch
and fury swipes. Use an attack that deals a good amount of damage,
but doesn't miss too often.

 Abab
 Abra
 Psychic
 Level 26
Tips: Abra may evolve into powerful Pokémon, but it is nothing
like them now, so don't worry, any normal attack will work, because
it has good special, but bad defense, as well as with what it evolves
into.

 Polipoli
 Poliwag
 Water
 Level 26
Tips: Poliwag is a break compared to what you've been fighting
lately, so use this time to relax and go get a soda or something.
Any old electric attack or grass attack will do just fine on it.

 Jigjig
 Jigglypuff
 Normal
 Level 27
Tips: Jigglypuff has high HP, making its defense seem much higher
than it actually is. It also uses hypnotic moves on you to make you
sleep so it can pound you into submission.


 Trainer 6: Jr. Male
Tips: Jr. Male is a fairly easy trainer, but once again, he likes to
use a variety of Pokémon against you. water, grass, and electric
should be the types you choose for battle, they will beat everything
perfectly.

Pokémon:

 Digster
 Diglett
 Ground
 Level 26
Tips: Diglett is a rather slow and weak Pokémon. A Sandshrew is better
than its evolved form to give you a hint on the power of it. It will
use dig, but not if you get your Water Pokémon to faint it before it
does. It should only take one or two hits from a water Pokémon to make
it faint.

 Magster
 Magnemite
 Electric
 Level 26
Tips: Magmenite is a rather good electric Pokémon, and it will use
supersonic to confuse you, then sonicboom to take away 20HP each hit.
Use a grass Pokémon, which is resistant to its attacks, or electric,
which is also resistant to its attacks, although, you'll get better
results with a grass Pokémon, because it can effect Magnemite better
than an electric Pokémon can.

 Fetchant
 Farfetch'd
 Normal/Flying
 Level 27
Tips: Farfetch'd is very easy if you know who to use, and you've
used this Pokémon on all flying types before- an electric type!
Use an electric type and Farfetch'd is a goner.

 Zuster
 Zubat
 Poision/Flying
 Level 27
Tips: Zubat is another easy Pokémon, but it does have supersonic,
which is a confusing move. Use an electric type like you did with
Farfetch'd.

 Charmant
 Charmander
 Fire
 Level 27
Tips: Charmant is an easy Pokémon, espically if you bought along
any water Pokémon, or a Pokémon with a water move. If you have dig
on any of your Pokémon, it will be super-effective. Try using that
if you don't have a water move.

 Squirtle
 Squirtle
 Water
 Level 27
Tip: This squirtle should be another easy Pokémon for your electric
Pokémon to knock out. Electric pokémon seem to be the style now-a-days.
We've used them in almost every battle!


 Trainer 7: Lass
	Lass isn't an easy trainer, in fact, I personally think that
she is harder than the final round. She has a great team that has good
moves, so be careful.

Pokémon:

 Kabutess
 Kabuto
 Rock/Water
 Level 30
Tips: Kabuto isn't hard, but it isn't easy. It is a warmup Pokémon for
Lass, that is, if she uses it first or even at all. Since it is Rock
and water, you'll have to use an electric type to beat it. Grass types
also woirk well against it.

 Pikette
 Pikachu
 Electric
 Level 25
Tips: Pikachu is an average Pokémon. It has well rounded attacks, but
it still is no match for any ground Pokémon. Electric Pokémon CAN
attack rock Pokémon, but there are no pure rock Pokémon in the game.

 Vuless
 Vulpix
 Fire
 Level 25
Tips: Vulpix is an annoying Pokémon, espically it's fire spin attack.
If it has higher speed than its opponent, and it decides to use fire
spin a lot, there is nothing you can do. So make sure you have an
agile water Pokémon with you.

 Clefairess
 Clefairy
 Normal
 Level 25
Tips: Clefairy is a very difficult Pokémon, and you'll need every last
piece of knowledge you know

 Puffette
 Jigglypuff
 Normal
 Level 25
Tips: Jigglypuff may be quite a challenge for you. It not only has sing, but Blizzard
whic could freeze you. On top of all of that, it has rest, which is a pain. Hope that
Lass doesn't use this.

 Eevette
 Eevee
 Normal
 Level 30
Tips: Eevee may lower your accuracy with Sand-Attack, but you shouldn't have a problem
with that. You may have a problem with Eevee, however, because it is on Level 30. It's
only status affecting move is Toxic.

 Final
 PokéManiac
This is it. The last match in Petit Cup Round One! PokéManaic may or may not be hard for
you. Plenty of stat changing attacks and wrap attacks will mean you will have to use your
fastest and best Pokémon.

 NidoMania
 Nidoran (Male)
 Poision
 Level 25
Tips: Nidoran has Horn Drill, which is a powerful attack. Poision Sting may poision your
Pokémon as well, so be careful.

 RanMania
 Nidoran (Female)
 Poision
 Level 25
Tips: Nidoran has toxic and takedown. They are the only moves that will really pose a
threat to you. Otherwise, you don't have to worry too much.

 Dratimaina
 Dratini
 Dragon
 Level 30
Tips: Ok, this is the hardest Pokémon you'll face in Petit Cup. If you have any Pokémon
With an Ice attack, you should be good, but thunderwave and Wrap are a combination of
attacks that no one likes.It also has Dragon rage, which ensures 40 damage with every
hit, and Ice Beam, which can freeze your Pokémon.

 Shrewmania
 Sandshrew
 Ground
 Level 25
Tips: Sandshrew has three devistating moves. They are Earthquake, Slash and Rock Slide.
It also has Sand attack, which lowers your accuracy. Use a water Pokémon, if you have
one, or Ice.

 Psymaina
 Psyduck
 Water
 Level 25
Tips: Psyduck has ice beam, which will again, freeze you and rest, which will heal it's
HP completely. You should use a grass attack, or a strong normal attack.

 Omania
 Omanyte
 Water
 Level 30
Tips: This is the other tough Pokémon. You will either fight this Pokémon, or Dratini,
and pray it is this one. This Pokémon likes to use blizzard and double team, which will
greatly increase it's evade.


	Congradulations, you have sucessfully completed Petit Cup, Round 1! You should
now move on to Pika Cup, which puts up just as much of a challenge as Petit Cup!


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| b. Pika Cup										|
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comming soon....


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|c. Poké Cup										|
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comming soon...


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|d. Prime Cup										|
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comming soon...


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|2a. Free Battle									|
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comming soon...


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| 3a. Gym Leader Castle									|
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comming soon...


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| 4a. Pokémon Lab									|
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comming soon...


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| 5a. Victory Palace									|
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comming soon...


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|6a. Gameboy Tower									|
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comming soon...


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|7a. Kids Club										|
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comming soon...


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| C. Gallery										|
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comming soon...


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| D. Vs. Battle Event									|
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comming soon...


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| E. Options										|
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comming soon...


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| 4. Rental Pokémon Chart								|
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	This section will list all of the rental Pokémon in different
cups and their HP, Attack, Defense, Speed, Special, type, and moves
in the following order:

Example:
Pokémon Name
Type
Attack
Defense
Speed
Special
HP
Attack 1
Attack 2
Attack 3
Attack 4

	Follow this chart, because below won't say attack one or special, it will
just list the number or name. Why you ask? It takes too much time and would make this
strategy guide seem bigger than it actually is.

Petit Cup Rental Pokémon
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Bulbasaur
Grass/Poision
40
40
39
49
69
Leech Seed
Mega Drain
Solarbeam
Cut

Charmander
Fire
42
37
49
41
66
Fire Blast
Rage
Growl
Mega Punch

Squirtle
Water
40
48
38
41
68
Bite
Bubblebeam
Toxic
Submission

Caterpie
Bug
31
33
39
26
66
String Shot
Tackle

Weedle
Bug/Poision
33
31
41
26
66
Poision Sting
String Shot

Pidgey
Normal/Flying
38
36
44
36
66
SandAttack
Quick Attack
Double-Edge
Fly

Rattata
Normal
44
33
52
29
61
Quick Attack
Hyper Fang
Bubblebeam
Dig

Spearow
Normal/Flying
46
31
51
32
66
Double-Edge
Mirror Move
Fly
Toxic

Ekans
Poision
46
38
44
36
64
Bite
Glare
Dig
Mega Drain

Pikachu
Electric
43
31
61
41
64
Thunder Wave
Slam
Thunder
Flash

Sandshrew
Ground
53
58
36
31
71
Slash
Poision Sting
Dig
Rock Slide

Nidoran Female
Poision
39
42
37
36
74
Double Kick
Blizzard
Take Down
Toxic

Nidoran Male
Poision
44
36
41
36
69
Double Kick
Horn Drill
Body Slam
Toxic

Vulpix
Fire
36
36
49
49
65
Toxic
Double Edge
Dig Ember

Clefairy
Normal
38
40
34
46
81
Sing
Fire Blast
Tri Attack
Metronome

Jigglypuff
Normal
38
26
26
29
104
Sing
Psychic
Take Down
Submission

Zubat
Poision/Flying
38
33
24
36
66
Confuse Ray
Double Edge
Toxic
Mega Drain

Oddish
Grass/Poision
41
43
31
54
69
Acid
Sleep Powder
Solarbeam
Cut

Gloom
Grass/Poision
90
96
65
111
141
Petal Dance
Take DOwn
Mega Drain
Stun Spore

Paras
Bug/Grass
51
43
29
44
64
Stun Spore
Mega Drain
Leech Life
Dig

Diglett
Ground
43
28
64
39
51
Dig
Sand-Attack
Cut
Rock Slide

Meowth
Normal
38
33
61
36
66
Bite
Screech
Bubblebeam
Thunderbolt

Psyduck
Water
42
40
44
41
71
Bubblebeam
Mimic
Mega Punch
Submission

Growlithe
Fire
51
38
46
41
74
Fire Blast
Bite
Mimic
Leer

Poliwag
Water
41
36
61
36
66
Hypnosis
Skull Bash
Psywave
Surf

Abra
Psychic
26
23
61
69
59
Metronome
Psywave
Body Slam
Thunder Wave

Kadabra
Psychic
60
56
130
146
121
Psychic
Counter
Recover
Dig

Machop
Fighting
56
41
34
34
81
Karate Chop
Low Kick
Seismic Toss
Fire Blast

Bellsprout
Grass/Poision
53
33
36
51
71
Wrap
Mega Drain
Growth
Poision Powder

Geodude
Rock/Ground
56
66
26
31
66
Rock Throw
Self Destruct
Dig
Strength

Magnemite
Electric
33
51
39
64
59
Flash
Swift
Thunder Wave
Thunder

Fatfetch'd
Normal/Flying
48
43
46
45
72
Fury Attack
Swords Dance
Sand-Attack
Fly

Shellder
Water
48
66
36
39
61
Supersonic
Clamp
Ice Beam
Self Destruct

Gastly
Ghost/Poision
33
31
56
66
61
Confuse Ray
Nightshade
Thunder
Mega Drain

Krabby
Water
68
61
41
29
61
Gullotine
Surf
Swords Dance
Strength

Voltorb
Electric
31
41
66
44
66
Screech
Thunder Wave
Thunder
Take Down

Exeggcute
Grass/Psychic
36
56
36
46
76
Hypnosis
Psywave
Egg Bomb
Reflect

Cubone
Ground
41
63
34
36
71
Bone Club
Tail Whip
Fire Blast
Headbutt

Koffing
Poision
48
63
34
46
66
Smog
Toxic
Fire Blast
Thunderbolt

Horsea
Water
36
51
46
51
61
Smoke Screen
Bubblebeam
Swift
Ice Beam

Goldeen
Water
49
46
48
41
69
Supersonic
Horn Attack
Surf
Horn Drill

Magikarp
Water
21
43
56
26
56
Splash
Tackle

Ditto
Normal
40
40
40
40
70
Transform

Eevee
Normal
43
41
44
49
74
Sand-Attack
Quick Attack
Double Edge
Substitute

Omanyte
Rock/Water
36
66
34
61
64
Withdrawl
Bubblebeam
Double-Edge
Toxic

Kabuto
Rock/Water
56
61
24
39
61
Ice Beam
Take Down
Surf
Bide

Dratini
Dragon
48
38
41
41
67
Thunder Wave
Wrap
Thunder
Fire Blast


Pika Cup

Just a reminder...
Example:
Pokémon Name
Type
Attack
Defense
Speed
Special
HP
Attack 1
Attack 2
Attack 3
Attack 4


Bulbasaur
Grass/Poision
23
23
22
28
42
Leech Seed
Toxic
Mega Drain
Double-Edge

Ivysaur
Grass/Poision
27
28
27
33
47
Swords Dance
Body Slam
Solarbeam
Leech Seed

Charmander
Fire
24
22
28
24
40
Fire Blast
Seismic Toss
Strength
Growl

Charmeleon
Fire
28
26
33
28
46
Swords Dance
Mega Kick
Toxic
Ember

Squirtle
Water
23
28
22
24
42
Tackle
Dig
Surf
Blizzard

Wartortle
Water
28
33
26
28
46
Body Slam
Bide
Surf
Reflect
Caterpie
Bug
18
19
22
15
42
String shot
Tackle

Metapod
Bug
15
25
18
16
44
Tackle
String Shot

Butterfree
Bug/Flying
22
24
30
33
47
Poision Powder
Hyper Beam
Psywave
Take Down

Weedle
Bug/Poision
19
18
24
15
41
String Shot
Poision Sting

more comming soon...

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comming soon...


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	Doduo Gameboy- If you finish Master Ball in PokéCup or PrimeCup, you will be
awarded with the Doduo Speed Gameboy. This will allow you to play your Pokémon Gameboy
Game in Gameboy Tower at Double the Speed! Great for building up your team quickly.

	Dodrio Gameboy- If you finish Master Ball in borh Poké and PrimeCup, you will be
able to play your Gameboy at 3x the speed of the normal Gameboy in Gameboy Tower!

	Pokémon Presents- For beating the Gym Leader Castle, you will recieve one of the
following Pokémon:
	Bulbasaur	Charmander	Squirtle	Hitmonchan	Hitmonlee
	Eevee		Kabuto		Omanyte

	Pokémon Yellow Version Pikachu- If you use your Pikachu from Pokémon level, it
will do many things the other Pikachu doesn't. For one, it will say it's name, like all
Pokémon should. It will also have different move animations.

	Extra Pokémon Stickers- After beating Mewtwo in ROund Two, you will unlock
additional stickers in the Gallery Mode. To access them, go to gallery and highlight
print. Hold L and R and it will change to extra. You can now access the stickers!

	Hyper Mode- If you play Who's The Best in Kid's Club, and beat the Computer
5 times IN A ROW on hard difficulty, you will unlock the Hyper difficulty.

	Surfing Pikachu- If you beat Mater Ball, Prime Cup, on Round 2, with Pikachu in
EVERY match, and without using a continue, you will be awarded with the Surfing Pikachu.
You can now play the surfing minigame in Pokémon Yellow!

	Amnesia Psyduck- After registering each and every Pokémon into the Hall of Fame,
you will be awarded with the Amnesia Psyduck. This Psyduck has the amnesia ability, and
you can use it to boost it's special rating super high!


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| 6. Credits										|
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This guide is copyrighted to Christopher James Morozin (SuperLuigi).


I'd like to take the following space to thank the following people
for contributing information to my guide or helping me in any different
way:

CJ - Grimr8@aol.com- for helping me out with the guide by lending me
his guide.
Mike - Loudlynx@home.com- Thanks for keeping me awake at the keyboard.
Bob- [No E-mail Address]- It is always nice to thank anyone named Bob
for everything they have done for me. Thanks to anyone named Bob, I
really appreciate it!

	Don't send these people chainletters or stupid things that
don't need to be said. They may be able to answer a question here or
there, but most of them only contributed many small things. Under extreme
circumstances may you contact me at SuperLuigi@msn.com

This guide was created on March 10, 2000.

Don't steal information from my guide. If you do so, you will be
punished to the full extent of the law. I've dealt with this before,
so I know what I am doing.

Copyright © 2000 SilverCharger (Christopher Morozin)