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    FAQ/Walkthrough by Son_Goku

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    This is your basic FAQ/Walkthrough for Pokémon on Nintendo's Game Boy. Here
    you will find what you're looking for. Note: I use the Red version of the
    game. It really doesn't matter, only different monsters that's all.
    First off, name your character, then your rival. You will find yourself in
    your room first. To get a free Potion, withdraw it from your computer. Next,
    go outside, you don't need to talk to your mom, and head north into the
    grass. You will soon be stopped by Professor Oak, who talks to you and warns
    that there are dangerous wild Pokémon out there. So, he brings you to his
    laboratory where his grandson, and your rival, are. Professor Oak gives you
    a choice to pick three Pokémon, Bulbasaur, Squirtle, or Charmander.
    If you chose Charmander, your rival will choose Squirtle. If you chose
    Squirtle, your rival will choose Bulbasaur. If you chose Bulbasaur, your
    rival will pick Charmander.
    After picking the Pokémon you want, head out of the laboratory, but your
    rival will stop you, challenging you to a battle. It really doesn't matter
    if you beat him or not.
    Next, go back to the grassy area where Professor Oak stopped you and head on
    north to Viridian City.
    In Viridian City, go to the Mart and the store clerk inside will tell you to
    come by him. He'll give you Oak's Parcels, where you have to give them back
    to Professor Oak. Head all the way back south to Pallet Town and give them
    to Oak. There the professor will reward you with a Pokédex. To get the map
    of the world, go into Gary's house (just north of Oak's place) and talk to
    his sister.
    I suggest you buy some Poké Balls when you head back to Viridian City because
    you should capture some Pokémon before going to the first Gym. After doing
    so, head north through the Viridian Forest.
    When outside of the forest, you should be just about ready to fight Brock.
    If you have chosen Bulbasaur or Squirtle, you should fair welll against him,
    unless you haven't learned Vine Whip or Water Gun. Brock uses Rock and Ground
    type Pokémon, which are weak to Grass and Water Pokémon.
    After defeating Brock, head east to Mount Moon. Inside, you must make your
    way through the small maze, be sure to get the Moon Stones inside. At the
    end, you'll encounter a nerd. He challenges you to a battle, and of course,
    you should beat him with ease. After defeating him, you'll have a choice to
    get either the Helix Fossil or the Dome Fossil. The Helix contains an
    Omanyte, while the Dome contains a Kabuto. However, to change them into
    actual Pokémon will be explained later.
    Exit Mount Moon and head east to Cerulean City. Go into the Gym and fight
    its leader, Misty. She uses Water Pokémon, so use Electric Pokémon for a
    quick win. Now, head north and beat everyone on the bridge. Then, head east
    into the house to meet Bill. If you talk to him, he's dressed as a Pokémon
    However, follow his directions and he'll give you the S.S. Ticket, allowing
    you to board the S.S. Anne in Vermilion City. So, head south of Cerulean
    City and through the underground passageway, continuing south, to reach
    In the S.S. Anne, be sure to talk to the Captain and receive the HM for Cut.
    Before you go to get the Cut, your rival will confront you. Beat him and
    get the HM. Now go into every room and get all the items and leave.
    Now you have the Cut HM so use it on one of your Grass Pokémon. When you go
    back into Vermilion City use the Cut and go beat Lt. Surge with his Electric
    Pokémon. Once you're finished go to one of the houses and talk to a man who
    will bore you with some speech and he'll give you a coupon for a bike. So
    now head back to Curelean City and get the bike. Don't forget to trade a
    Spearow for a Farfetch'd with one of the children in Vermilion City.
    You should go east and into Diglett's Cave to catch Diglett and Dugtrio if
    you want. You will pop up back near if you went through the entire Diglett's
    Cave. Pewter City. Since you have the Cut, it will be handy. Remember to
    have an Abra and trade it for the Mr. Mime.
    If you didn't want to go through the cave, go east and build Levels. When
    you reach the house, if you have collected 30 Pokémon, Proffessor Oak's Aide
    will give you the Item Finder. You will also notice if you try to cross east,
    a Snorlax is blocking the way. There isn't a way to move him til later.
    Since you have found there isn't a way to go anywhere, head back to Curelean
    City and go east to the Rock Tunnel. Be sure that you've found the HM Flash
    from Professor Oak's Aide. If you somehow managed to make it through the
    cave without the Flash, like I did once, you will end up going to Lavender
    Town. Be sure to catch the Machop and Onix in the Rock Tunnel.
    At Lavender Town there will be a lot of fuss over a Cubone's mother dying.
    Ignore this for now and head west to Celadon City. Here you can buy almost
    ANYTHING from the Mart. Head to Game Center and talk to the Rocket member
    in front of a poster. He will fight you and when you beat him, he'll run
    crying to his boss. Once again more fighting and so on. You will need the
    Lift Key to use the elevator. When you beat the Rocket's Leader, Giovanni,
    he will give you the Silph Scope. Now it's time to go to Lavender Town.
    Go into the Pokémon Tower and catch the Gastly, Haunter, and Cubone. When
    you reach the top you will fight the Cubone's mother, Marowak. Then fight
    Rocket members again and save the man named Mr. Fuji. By saving him he will
    award you with the Poké Flute to wake up Snorlax.
    If you want to, head back to Celadon City and play some Slots. But first you
    will need the Coin Case, get it from a man who says he lost all of his money
    because of the Slots. Collect coins from people and behind them in the
    Game Center and play some Slots. It will seem rigged, but sometimes it gives
    a lot. It took me a while to gain the Coins. The Pokémon that is really
    worth getting is the Porygon. Remember to go behind one of the bigger houses
    and get an Eevee. Also get some stinken drinks from the vending machines!
    These drinks will allow you to pass through those roads with the dumb thirsty
    guards! Sheesh. If you are ready, fight Erika and her Grass Pokémon in the
    Celadon City Gym. Lastly, use the Poké Flute, if you have it already to
    wake up the Snorlax. You will need an Ultra Ball to capture him! Get the
    Ultra Balls and Fuchsia City.
    If you didn't do that then head south of Lavender Town and you will see
    the Snorlax sleeping. I don't know about you, but I killed this one because
    a Great Ball won't catch him. There's a lady in a hidden house with the HM,
    Fly. Now head southwest to Fuchsia City and play in the Safari Zone! Here
    is a list of most of the Pokémon in the zone: Nidoran Male, Nidoran Female,
    Nidorino, Nidorina, Paras, Parasect, Venonat, Venomoth, Psyduck, Slowpoke,
    Doduo, Krabby, Exeggcute, Ryhorn, Chansey, Kangaskhan, Scyther, Tauros, and
    Dratini. You will need the Super Rod to get most of the Water Pokémon. The
    Dratini is only available in the Area 2 lake. Be sure to find the Secret
    House and the Warden's Tetth to gain the HMs, Surf and Strength. Also buy
    some Ultra Balls because you'll need them later for catching the rare birds.
    When you finished this fun experience, head off to Saffron City and fight
    the stupid Silph Co. They have merged with Team Rocket and so this is just
    the most irritating part in the game. If you're having trouble finding the
    Card Key, it's on the 5th floor. The maze is pretty hard until you find
    that one teleporter that brings you to your rival. Fight your rival and beat
    him. Once that's done, talk to the Silph Employee. He will reward you with a
    Lapras. Then go on and fight Giovanni again. Talk to the President of Silph
    Co. and he will give you the Master Ball! This Poké Ball catches any Pokémon
    no matter what. Save it for Mewtwo though!
    Once that's done, head on to the smaller Gym. Here are some Martial Artists
    and they fight you. Beat their leader and you will get a choice of either
    a Hitmonlee or a Hitmochan. Then head on to the bigger Gym and fight Sabrina
    and her Psychic Pokémon.
    Now head back to Fuchsia City and fight Koga and his Poison Pokémon at the
    Pokémon Gym. Be sure that in one of those crossing houses with the dumb
    guards, there will be another one of Professor Oak's Aides. If you have 50 or
    more Pokémon he will award you with the Exp. All. Once that's done, be sure
    that someone has the Surf HM equipped. Surf down southwest to the Seafoam
    At the Seafoam Islands you will need to push boulders, using Strength, to
    lower the water's Level. Once you got that done, go and fight Articuno, one
    of the strongest Pokémon whos type is Ice. To catch him you will need to get
    him down to below 10 HP and put him to Sleep. Leave the Seafoam Islands and
    head to Cinnabar Island.
    Finally the Laboratory is here. If you have either the Helix or Dome Fossils
    and the Old Amber (from Pewter City) you can give it to one of the
    Scientists. Once again you get an Omanyte from the Helix Fossil, a Kabuto
    from the Dome Fossil, and an Aerodactyl from the Old Amber. Then go to the
    larger building on the island. Here you will need to find the Secret Key,
    which allows you to open the Gym which is locked. Mess your way through
    the switches on the Pokémon statues and get the key. Go to the Gym and fight
    Blaine who uses Fire Pokémon. Finish him and head back to Viridian City.
    Wonder what's going on here? Well go to the Gym, it was previously locked.
    Now you will fight your way through some tough Trainers and fight the Gym's
    Leader, who is none other than Giovanni. After beating him, he'll say that
    Team Rocket is over and he'll devote his life to the study of Pokémon. Now
    that you've gotten all 8 Badges, you can go and contend in the Pokémon
    But first, you should go to the Power Plant and catch Zapdos. The Power
    Plant is located near the Rock Tunnel. You will need a Pokémon with Surf
    to get there. In the Power Plant there are many Electric Pokémon. Make your
    way through finding items (some are Voltorbs and Electrodes) and soon you
    will run into Zapdos. To catch him you will need to put him to Sleep and
    use an Ultra Ball to catch it, same strategy as Articuno. Now head back
    to Viridan City.
    Head to the west and your rival will run into you. He'll challenge you and
    get ready for a fight. Beat your rival and then go to the large building. As
    you pass people, they'll ask for the Badges. Show them and continue to the
    north. Here's a setting like a cave where you have to use Strength again to
    move the boulders onto those buttons. Make your way through the cave and
    to the Indigo Plateau.
    Here is the last stop for items and to heal and change Pokémon! Get the
    best of them and get ready for a big fight! The Elite Four is next and they
    consist of Lorelei, Bruno, Agatha, and Lance. First you will have to fight
    Lorelei's Pokémon. They are Dewgong, Cloyster, Slowbro, Jynx, and Lapras
    in that order. Next is Bruno who has Onix, Hitmonchan, Hitmonlee, Onix, and
    Machamp in that order. Following is Agatha who has Gengar, Golbat, Haunter,
    Arbok, Gengar in that order. Last is Lance who has Gyarados, Dragonair,
    Dragonair, Aerodactyl, and Dragonite in that order. You've beat them?
    Congratulations! You have defeated the Elite Four and you're now a Pokémon
    Master! But wait, someone has beaten them already and is the Pokémon
    Champion. It's your rival. Head on into the next room and kick his buttocks.
    He has Pidgeot, Alakazam, and Rhydon. He has three more, but let me say
    this. It matters on what he chose in the beginning. If he chose Bulbasaur,
    you fight Gyarados and Arcanine. If he chose Squirtle, you fight Arcanine and
    Exeggcutor. If he chose Charmander, you fight Gyarados and Exeggutor. When
    you beat the two, you fight the Pokémon he chose at the beginning. Good luck
    against him! When you beat him, Professor Oak will come and congratulate you
    and off you and your Pokémon go into the Hall of Fame!
    Wait! Don't turn off the game! Remember the blocked cave in Cerulean City?
    Go there and get Mewtwo, the strongest Pokémon in the game. Then do whatever
    you want with the game. Get all 150 Pokémon by evolving, trading with
    friends, and catching them. When you accomplish that, you will get some
    kind of certficiate from a guy in Celadon City.
    150 Pokémon
    1. Bulbasaur
    2. Ivysaur
    3. Venusaur
    4. Charmander
    5. Charmeleon
    6. Charizard
    7. Squirtle
    8. Wartortle
    9. Blastoise
    10. Caterpie
    11. Metapod
    12. Butterfree
    13. Weedle
    14. Kakuna
    15. Beedrill
    16. Pidgey
    17. Pidgeotto
    18. Pidgeot
    19. Rattata
    20. Raticate
    21. Spearow
    22. Fearow
    23. Ekans
    24. Arbok
    25. Pikachu
    26. Raichu
    27. Sandshrew
    28. Sandslash
    29. Nidoran Female
    30. Nidorina
    31. Nidoqueen
    32. Nidoran Male
    33. Nidorino
    34. Nidoking
    35. Clefairy
    36. Clefable
    37. Vulpix
    38. Ninetales
    39. Jigglypuff
    40. Wigglytuff
    41. Zubat
    42. Golbat
    43. Oddish
    44. Gloom
    45. Vileplume
    46. Paras
    47. Parasect
    48. Venonat
    49. Venomoth
    50. Diglett
    51. Dugtrio
    52. Meowth
    53. Persian
    54. Psyduck
    55. Golduck
    56. Mankey
    57. Primeape
    58. Growlithe
    59. Arcanine
    60. Poliwag
    61. Poliwhirl
    62. Poliwrath
    63. Abra
    64. Kadabra
    65. Alakazam
    66. Machop
    67. Machoke
    68. Machamp
    69. Bellsprout
    70. Weepinbell
    71. Victreebel
    72. Tentacool
    73. Tentacruel
    74. Geodude
    75. Graveler
    76. Golem
    77. Ponyta
    78. Rapidash
    79. Slowpoke
    80. Slowbro
    81. Magnemite
    82. Magneton
    83. Farfetch'd
    84. Doduo
    85. Dodrio
    86. Seel
    87. Dewgong
    88. Grimer
    89. Muk
    90. Shellder
    91. Cloyster
    92. Gastly
    93. Haunter
    94. Gengar
    95. Onix
    96. Drowzee
    97. Hypno
    98. Krabby
    99. Kingler
    100. Voltorb
    101. Electrode
    102. Exeggcute
    103. Exeggutor
    104. Cubone
    105. Marowak
    106. Hitmonlee
    107. Hitmonchan
    108. Lickitung
    109. Koffing
    110. Weezing
    111. Rhyhorn
    112. Rhydon
    113. Chansey
    114. Tangela
    115. Kangaskhan
    116. Horsea
    117. Seadra
    118. Goldeen
    119. Seaking
    120. Staryu
    121. Starmie
    122. Mr. Mime
    123. Scyther
    124. Jynx
    125. Electabuzz
    126. Magmar
    127. Pinsir
    128. Tauros
    129. Magikarp
    130. Gyarados
    131. Lapras
    132. Ditto
    133. Eevee
    134. Vaporeon
    135. Jolteon
    136. Flareon
    137. Porygon
    138. Omanyte
    139. Omastar
    140. Kabuto
    141. Kabutops
    142. Aerodactyl
    143. Snorlax
    144. Articuno
    145. Zapdos
    146. Moltres
    147. Dratini
    148. Dragonair
    149. Dragonite
    150. Mewtwo
    1. Bulbasaur - Level 16 - 2. Ivysaur - Level 32- 3. Venusaur
    4. Charmander - Level 16 - 5. Charmeleon - Level 36 - 6. Charizard
    7. Squirtle - Level 16 - 8. Wartortle - Level 36 - 9. Blastoise
    10. Caterpie - Level 7 - 11. Metapod - Level 10 - 12. Butterfree
    13. Weedle - Level 7 - 14. Kakuna - Level 10 - 15. Beedrill
    16. Pidgey - Level 18 - 17. Pidgeotto - Level 36 - 18. Pidgeot
    19. Rattata - Level 20 - 20. Raticate
    21. Spearow - Level 20 - 22. Fearow
    23. Ekans - Level 22 - 24. Arbok
    25. Pikachu - Thunder Stone - 26. Raichu
    27. Sandshrew - Level 22 - 28. Sandslash
    29. Nidoran Female - Level 16 - 30. Nidorina - Moon Stone - 31. Nidoqueen
    32. Nidoran Male - Level 16 - 33. Nidorino - Moon Stone - 34. Nidoking
    35. Clefairy - Moon Stone - 36. Clefable
    37. Vulpix - Fire Stone - 38. Ninetales
    39. Jigglypuff - Moon Stone - 40. Wigglytuff
    41. Zubat - Level 22 - 42. Golbat
    43. Oddish - Level 22 - 44. Gloom - Leaf Stone - 45. Vileplume
    46. Paras - Level 24 - 47. Parasect
    48. Venonat - Level 31 - 49. Venomoth
    50. Diglett - Level 26 - 51. Dugtrio
    52. Meowth - Level 28 - 53. Persian
    54. Psyduck - Level 33 - 55. Golduck
    56. Mankey - Level 28 - 57. Primeape
    58. Growlithe - Fire Stone - 59. Arcanine
    60. Poliwag - Level 25 - 61. Poliwhirl - Water Stone - 62. Poliwrath
    63. Abra - Level 16 - 64. Kadabra - Trade - 65. Alakazam
    66. Machop - Level 28 - 67. Machoke - Trade - 68. Machamp
    69. Bellsprout - Level 21 - 70. Weepinbell - Leaf Stone - 71. Victreebel
    72. Tentacool - Level 30 - 73. Tentacruel
    74. Geodude - Level 25 - 75. Graveler - Trade - 76. Golem
    77. Ponyta - Level 40 - 78. Rapidash
    79. Slowpoke - Level 37 - 80. Slowbro
    81. Magnemite - Level 30 - 82. Magneton
    84. Doduo - Level 31 - 85. Dodrio
    86. Seel - Level 34 - 87. Dewgong
    88. Grimer - Level 38 - 89. Muk
    90. Shellder - Water Stone - 91. Cloyster
    92. Gastly - Level 25 - 93. Haunter - Trade - 94. Gengar
    96. Drowzee - Level 26 - 97. Hypno
    98. Krabby - Level 28 - 99. Kingler
    100. Voltorb - Level 30 - 101. Electrode
    102. Exeggcute - Leaf Stone - 103. Exeggutor
    104. Cubone - Level 28 - 105. Marowak
    109. Koffing - Level 35 - 110. Weezing
    111. Rhyhorn - Level 42 - 112. Rhydon
    116. Horsea - Level 32 - 117. Seadra
    118. Goldeen - Level 33 - 119. Seaking
    120. Staryu - Water Stone - 121. Starmie
    129. Magikarp - Level 20 - 130. Gyarados
    133. Eevee - Water Stone - 134. Vaporeon
    133. Eevee - Thunder Stone - 135. Jolteon
    133. Eevee - Fire Stone - 136. Flareon
    138. Omanyte - Level 40 - 139. Omastar
    140. Kabuto - Level 40 - 141. Kabutops
    147. Dratini - Level 30 - 148. Dragonair - Level 50 - 149. Dragonite
    * Note: Evolution Levels may vary.
    Location of Pokémon
    With a little bit of help from my friends at school, I got the entire list
    of where the Pokémon are.
    Route 1 - Pidgey & Rattata
    Route 2 - Pidgey, Rattata, Weedle, & Caterpie
    Viridian Forest - Weedle, Kakuna, Caterpie, Metapod, & Pikachu
    Route 3 - Pidgey, Spearow, & Jigglypuff
    Mt. Moon - Zubat, Clefairy, Paras, & Geodude
    Route 4 - Rattata, Spearow, Ekans (Red), & Sandshrew (Blue)
    Route 24 & 25 - Weedle, Kakuna, Caterpie, Metapod, Pidgey, Abra,
    Oddish (Red), & Bellsprout (Blue)
    Route 5 & 6 - Pidgey, Oddish (Red), Mankey (Red), Bellsprout (Blue), &
    Meowth (Blue)
    Route 11 - Spearow, Drowzee, Ekans (Red), & Sandshrew (Blue)
    Diglett's Cave - Diglett & Dugtrio
    Route 9 & 10 - Rattata, Spearow, Voltorb, Ekans (Red), & Sandshrew (Blue)
    Rock Tunnel - Zubat, Geodude, Machop, & Onix
    Route 8 - Pidgey, Mankey (Red), Ekans (Red), Growlithe (Red), Meowth (Blue),
    Sandshrew (Blue), & Vulpix (Blue)
    Route 7 - Pidgey, Mankey (Red), Oddish (Red), Growlithe (Red), Meowth (Blue),
    Bellsprout (Blue), & Vulpix (Blue)
    Pokémon Tower - Gastly, Haunter, & Cubone
    Route 12 - Pidgey, Venonat, Oddish (Red), Gloom (Red), Bellsprout (Blue), &
    Weepinbell (Blue)
    Route 13 - Pidgey, Venonat, Ditto, Oddish (Red), Gloom (Red),
    Bellsprout (Blue), & Weepinbell (Blue)
    Route 14 & 15 - Pidgey, Pidgeotto, Venonat, Ditto, Oddish (Red), Gloom (Red),
    Bellsprout (Blue), & Weepinbell (Blue)
    Safari Zone Area 1 - Nidoran Male, Nidorino, Nidoran Female, Nidorina,
    Rhyhorn, Venonat, Exeggcute, Parasect, Chansey, Scyther (Red), &
    Pinsir (Blue)
    Safari Zone Area 2 - Nidoran Male, Nidorino, Nidoran Female, Nidorina, Doduo,
    Exeggcute, Paras, Parasect, Kangaskhan, Scyther (Red), & Pinsir (Blue)
    Safari Zone Area 3 - Nidoran Male, Nidorino, Nidoran Female, Nidorina,
    Rhyhorn, Paras, Exeggcute, Venomoth, Tauros, & Chansey
    Safari Zone Area 4 - Nidoran Male, Nidorino, Nidoran Female, Nidorina,
    Exeggcute, Doduo, Venonat, Venomoth, Tauros, & Kangaskhan
    Route 16 & 17 - Spearow, Rattata, Raticate, & Doduo
    Route 18 - Spearow, Fearow, Rattata, Raticate, & Doduo
    Route 19 & 20 - Tentacool
    Seafoam Islands - Krabby, Zubat, Golbat, Seel, Dewgong, Slowpoke, Psyduck,
    Golduck, Shellder, Staryu, & Articuno
    Cinnabar Mansion - Koffing, Weezing, Grimer, Muk, Ponyta, Growlithe (Red),
    Vulpix (Blue), & Magmar (Blue)
    Power Plant - Voltorb, Magnemite, Magneton, Pikachu, Raichu,
    Electabuzz (Red), & Zapdos
    Route 21 - Pidgey, Pidgeotto, Rattata, Raticate, Tentacool, & Tangela
    Route 22 - Rattata, Spearow, Nidoran Male, & Nidoran Female
    Route 23 - Spearow, Fearow, Ditto, Ekans (Red), Arbok (Red),
    Sandshrew (Blue), & Sandslash (Blue)
    Victory Road - Zubat, Golbat, Machop, Machoke, Geodude, Graveler, Onix,
    Marowak, & Moltres
    Unknown Dungeon - Wigglytuff, Ditto, Venomoth, Dodrio, Rhydon, Electrode,
    Kadabra, Golbat, Marowak, Hypno, Chansey, & Mewtwo
    When you recieve an Old Rod, Good Rod, or Super Rod, you should go fishing
    wherever you can! Try fishing in the Safari Zone and get a Dratini and even
    fish inside towns where there's a small piece of water or something.
    Also you can get some Pokémon by trading with other Trainers. For example
    you will get Farfetch'd, Mr. Mime, and Lickitung.
    Poké Ball - Catches most Pokémon
    Great Ball - More of a chance to catch Pokémon
    Ultra Ball - Even more a chance to catch Pokémon
    Master Ball - Always catches Pokémon
    Safari Ball - Only used in the Safari Zone
    Antidote - Cures Poison
    Burn Heal - Cures Burn
    Ice Heal - Unfreezes Frozen Pokémon
    Awakening - Wakes up Sleeping Pokémon
    Paralyz Heal - Cures Paralysis
    Full Heal - Heal All Conditions
    Potion - Recovers 20 HP
    Super Potion - Recovers 50 HP
    Hyper Potion - Recovers 200 HP
    Max Potion - Recovers HP to full
    Full Restore - Full Heal and Max Potion together
    Fresh Water - Restores a few HP
    Soda Pop  - Restores more than Fresh Water
    Lemonade - Restores more than Soda Pop
    Revive - Revives a fainted Pokémon by a little
    Max Revive - Revives a fainted Pokémon to full
    Fire Stone - Evolves Fire Pokémon
    Water Stone - Evolves Water Pokémon
    Thunder Stone - Evolves Electric Pokémon
    Leaf Stone - Evolves Grass Pokémon
    Moon Stone - Evolves Nidorino, Nidorino, Jigglypuff, and Clefairy
    Rare Candy  - Raises a Pokémon's Level by 1
    HP Up - Increases Max HP
    PP Up - Raises the PP of 1 Technique
    Protein - Increases Attack
    Iron - Increases Defense
    Carbos - Increases Speed
    Calcium - Increases Special
    X Attack - Increases Attack
    X Defend - Increases Defense
    X Speed - Increases Speed
    X Special - Increases Special
    X Accuracy - Increases Accuracy
    Guard Spec - Enemy cannot use Special 
    Dire Hit - Pokémon's Attack will be more effective
    Repel - Makes you avoid weak Pokémon
    Super Repel - Lasts longer than Repel
    Max Repel - Lasts longer than Super Repel
    Old Rod - Allows you to catch fish
    Good Rod - Better than Old Rod
    Super Rod - Better than Good Rod
    Escape Rope - Allows you to exit a cave
    Town Map - Map of the entire land
    Bicycle - Allows you to move faster through towns and caves
    Nugget - Sell this for 5000
    S.S. Ticket - USe this to get on the S.S. Anne
    Silph Scope - Allows you to view Ghost Pokémon
    Poké Flute - Wakes up Snorlax, the sleeping Pokémon
    Coin - Use to play Slots in
    Coin Case - Allows you to carry Coins
    Gold Teeth - Give to the Warden in Fuchsia City and recieve something
    Lift Key - Works the Elevator in Celdaon City
    Card Key - Opens sealed doors in the Silph Co. Building
    Secret Key - Opens Blaine's Gym in Cinnabar Island
    You can only have Bulbasaur, Charmander, or Squirtle once! People say there
    is a way to get them in the wild. The only way is to cheat using Game Genie
    or Game Shark, there is no other way possible. Unless you trade with a friend
    that is.
    If you have 2 Game Boys you can EXP faster. How? Just trade your Pokémon you
    want to Level up more to the other Game Boy and fight a bit. The traded
    Pokémon get boosted EXP, a little more than what non-traded ones get.
    When starting a game all over, do not trade high level Pokémon to yourself
    from your previous game. If you have two versions for yourself, don't try
    this because you do not have the Badges to control your high leveled Pokémon.
    Do not use the Rare Candy on Pokémon you wish to become strong! Rare Candy
    does not boost their Stats well enough than a good regular Level Up.
    If you cheated with Game Genie or Game Shark to get MissinNo., it's a big
    mistake. MissingNo. was probably an unfinished Pokémon. It is designed to
    erase your game, delete your Hall of Fame files, change into other Pokémon,
    and cause your Pokédex to be screwed up. People want to know where it is,
    but I suggest I don't tell you because of all of these malfunctions in it.
    Having 6 Chansies may boost your luck in the Slots! It works for me, but most
    of those are Level 56 or Level 60.
    When in the Safari Zone, it is good to use Bait first. Otherwise you'd just
    throw all the Safari Balls you possibly can. To catch such rare Pokémon as
    Scyther and Dratini, simply just keep on throwing the Safari Balls. Pokémon
    like Chansey need to be hit with a Rock first, then tossed Bait, and then
    caught with the Safari Ball.
    If you heard rumors around the Internet about getting Mew, the 151st Pokémon,
    without cheating with Game Genie or Game Shark, don't believe it. There was
    the rumor that you Surf to the right of the S.S. Anne and there would be a
    truck you'd have to use Strength to move. That's a big lie. Don't waste your
    time trying it because I have and it doesn't work. Other people have been
    e-mailing me about this rumor saying it's true, well I don't believe them
    at all.
    Q: I can't use Cut and I've already got the Cascadge Badge.
    A: That doesn't mean you can use it. You have to get the HM from the S.S.
       Anne's captain.
    Q: How do I equip HMs?
    A: Once you have received the HM you wish to equip, press the Start button.
       Go to the Item menu and select the HM by pressing the A button. Press the
       A button again and your Pokémon line-up should appear. Just select the
       Pokémon you wish to equip it on by press the A button twice on it.
    Q: Where is the Lift Key in the Celadon Game Corner?
    A: You have to beat a Team Rocket member to earn it.
    Q: Where is the Card Key in Silph Co.?
    A: Fifth floor, head south.
    Q: How do I get to Giovanni in Silph Co.?
    A: Go to the third floor. Go to the room with the open door and head west.
       Open the door with your Card Key then step on the teleporter. You'll 
       encounter Gary, but just south is the teleporter to Giovanni.
    Q: Can you give me directions for so-and-so
    A: Sorry, I can't. I have no maps.
    1. Mega Punch
    2. Razor Wind
    3. Sword Dance
    4. Whirlwind
    5. Mega Kick
    6. Toxic
    7. Horn Drill
    8. Body Slam
    9. Take Down
    10. Double-Edge
    11. Bubble Beam
    12. Water Gun
    13. Ice Beam
    14. Blizzard
    15. Hyper Beam
    16. Pay Day
    17. Submission
    18. Counter
    19. Seismic Toss
    20. Rage
    21. Mega Drain
    22. SolarBeam
    23. Dragon Rage
    24. ThunderBolt
    25. Thunder
    26. Earthquake
    27. Fissure
    28. Dig
    29. Psychic
    30. Teleport
    31. Mimic
    32. Double Team
    33. Reflect
    34. Bide
    35. Metronome
    36. SelfDestruct
    37. Egg Bomb
    38. Fire Blast
    39. Swift
    40. Skull Bash
    41. Soft Boiled
    42. Dream Eater
    43. Sky Attack
    44. Rest
    45. Thunder Wave
    46. PsyWave
    47. Explosion
    48. Rock Slide
    49. Tri Attack
    50. Substitute
    1. Cut
    2. Fly
    3. Surf
    4. Strength
    5. Flash
    Final Word
    Don't copy ANYTHING from this Walkthrough/FAQ. It took me a long time to
    finish it and I don't want anyone stealing it. If you want you can check out
    my web page at http://www.pkmnhq.com/aid/ All Pokémon material and other
    related material is a copyright of Nintendo of America, CREATURES, and GAME
    FREAK. This text was created by Son_Goku. Send your questions about the game
    to songoku@hawaii.rr.com
    (Sorry for the lousy walkthrough, but my Gold/Silver version will be better)

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