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    FAQ/Walkthrough by Scott and Linda

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    Pokemon Gold and Silver
    Scott and Linda
    e-mail: eeveesnorlax@hotmail.com
    Copyright Scott and Linda, 2000-01
    Please note that while we hope you find this GameFAQ a useful guide to 
    successfully completing Pokemon Gold or Silver, and of course you may 
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    without our permission.
    In this FAQ, G&S means Gold and Silver, and RBY means Red, Blue and Yellow.
         Upgrade Information
         Frequently Asked Questions
         Pocket Pikachu Interaction
         Poke Marts
         Legendary Beasts
         Pokemon Types, Evolutions and Locations
         Item List
         Credits and Thanks
    1.0	Original Version, completed Nov 2000
    1.1     Dec 2000 - New information!  More information in the Pokemon types 
    and locations section, plus evolutions.  Detailed information on getting 
    through the Tin Tower.  Added credits and thanks to people who provided 
    information which helped us add new information on Pokemon.  Added info on 
    how to catch Lugia (it somehow got lost in the original!)
    1.2     Jan 2001 – Added more information on Pokemon types and Locations.  
    Added a Frequently Asked Questions section, and sections on Legendary Beasts, 
    and Evolution.
    This game has a lot of new features, including lots more Pokemon to catch! 
    You can get new "prevolutions" as well, such as Pichu, by breeding Pokemon.  
    The breeding centre is a new feature too. There are new TMs and HMs, and new 
    items.  Pokemon can be made to hold items so they can use them in battle.  
    Some Pokemon evolve by being traded while holding an item. And of course, 
    there is a brand new world to explore!!!
    Unlike RBY, G&S are not compatible with Pokemon Stadium.  Which means you 
    have to do everything at regular speed!  On the other hand, you can trade 
    Pokemon between RBY and G&S.  You just have to remember that you cannot trade 
    anything to RBY that would not otherwise be in that cartridge.  So there is 
    no point in training up a big bad Pokemon with new moves in an effort to kick 
    ass at Pokemon Stadium, as it will not be allowed to leave G&S.
    The beginner Pokemon are new, but like RBY there is a choice between fire 
    (Cyndaquil), grass (Chikorita), and water (Totodile) Pokemon.  They are all 
    on Level 5.  Your Rival steals the one that is strongest against yours.
    In G&S, you are able to buy things from Marts right away, but there is no 
    Mart in New Bark Town, so you have to wait until you get to Cherrygrove.  
    You'll notice the SAVE procedure is a bit irritating, I guess it's to stop 
    you accidentally saving if you don't mean to.  You still press start then 
    select save, and it asks you if you would like to save the game.  Select yes, 
    and it tells you "there is already a save file, is it OK to overwrite?"  
    Select yes again, and it says saving – do not turn off the power.  Once that 
    message disappears THEN you have successfully saved and you can turn off the 
    You can send mail by having a Pokemon hold the letter, and then trading with 
    a friend.  It is even interactive with the Pocket Pikachu.  Pocket Pikachu is 
    able to send gifts to you, you just have to go to the upper floor of any 
    PokeCentre to collect it.
    One new feature I really like is using HMs.  For all but FLY or FLASH, if you 
    need to use the HM, point at the thing you need it for (eg look toward water 
    that you want to SURF across, or a rock you want to move with STRENGTH), and 
    press A.  A message comes asking if you want to use the HM, and you say yes – 
    and it happens!  You're SURFing, or you CUT a tree, or use STRENGTH to move a 
    Another fun little feature is the SELECT option.  You can register your 
    bicycle, or a fishing rod, to the SELECT button.  You can also register your 
    Item Finder.  Then if you want to ride, or fish, or hunt for hidden items, 
    just push SELECT and you're off.  Really saves hunting through your pack!
    Collecting Pokemon for your Pokedex is made that bit easier by the PokeBall 
    logo that appears above the enemy Pokemon's hit points line.  If you already 
    have that kind of Pokemon in your Pokedex, a PokeBall appears.  If you do 
    not, the PokeBall is not there!
    When you first start your game, a voice in the dark asks what time it is.  
    You get to set the time to your current time – Day (or night?), the hour then 
    the minutes.  Then Professor Oak comes and introduces himself, and tells you 
    a bit about Pokemon.  You appear, and get to put in your name.  You only get 
    to use seven characters, though, so a short name (or nickname) is a good 
    You start off in your bedroom, it has more stuff in it since RBY!  Go 
    downstairs, and your Mum tells you to visit Professor Elm, and gives you your 
    PokeGear.  Then she gets you to set the day of the week, and asks if you are 
    on Daylight Saving Time.  If you are, when DST finishes, you can ask her to 
    change the time to standard time. 
    Then Mum asks whether you know how to use the phone, if you say no then she 
    will instruct you.
    Professor Elm's lab is next door to your house, on the left.  If you talk to 
    the person staring in the side window of the lab, something funny happens!  
    This shifty character turns out to be your Rival, he's presumably spying on 
    Professor Elm, waiting for the chance to do dastardly deeds.
    Go in to the lab. Professor Elm wants to you to go to Mr Pokemon's house to 
    check something out. He offers you a pokemon to take with you.  You have the 
    choice of Cyndaquil, a fire Pokemon; Totodile, a water Pokemon, or Chikorita, 
    a grass Pokemon.  I chose Chikorita, Scott went for Cyndaquil.
    Professor Elm tells you where Mr Pokemon lives, and gives you his telephone 
    number in case you need it.  As you leave, the Aide gives you a potion.
    This is probably a good time to notice your new look pack.  It has four 
    pockets, so you can carry so much more than in RBY.  There is a pocket for 
    healing items like potions and berries, a pocket for special items like your 
    bicycle and various cards and keys, a pocket for your TMs and HMs (which 
    arrange themselves neatly in number order!) and a pocket for your Balls.
    A really good feature of this game is that you can set items to your select 
    button, so you only have to push it to get an item you use frequently instead 
    of going through all your items each time.  I set my bicycle to select: if 
    you pick the item you get the option to use or set to select, if you set to 
    select it tells you your item was registered so you know it worked.  This 
    works for your fishing rods too, if you fancy a bit of fishing.  It also 
    works for your Item Finder. 
    RT 29
    Pokemon:  Pidgey, Sentret, Rattata, Spearow, Weedle (Silver), Kakuna (Silver) 
    Aipom (headbutt trees), HootHoot (night)
    Items:    Potion
    Berry Tree:   Berry
    Head for Mr Pokemon's house - go west from New Bark Town.  There is a 
    gatehouse on the way that leads to the end of RT 46.
    Pokemon:   Rattata, Geodude, Spearow
    This is actually the bottom of the path down from Blackthorne City.  You'll 
    be able to come back this way later.  For now, though, all you can do is 
    explore the grassy patch for Pokemon.
    Pokemon:   Tentacool
    Items:     Map of Johto, Mystic Water
    When you arrive in Cherrygrove, there is an old guy.  If you talk to him, he 
    will give you a tour of the town, and a map of Johto. (In case you did not 
    realise, that is the name of the world you are in.  The RBY world is Kanto.)
    If you go to the bottom left corner of Cherrygrove, you can see a guy 
    standing on a rock.  When you have SURF, come back and SURF over to him to 
    get Mystic Water.
    RT 30
    Pokemon:   Caterpie (Gold), Metapod (Gold), Weedle (Silver), Kakuna (Silver) 
    Pidgey, Poliwag, Poliwhirl
    Items:     Mystery Egg, Pokedex
    Berry Trees:   Berry, PSNCURE
    Heal up at the PokeCentre, then head north out of town.  There is a little 
    house on the way up, the guy inside gives you a berry.  
    Mr Pokemon gives you a Mystery Egg, and Professor Oak gives you a Pokedex.  
    As you leave, Professor Elm rings you – a disaster has struck and he needs 
    your help!  So go back to New Bark.
    Leave the egg in your party, so you can hand it to Professor Elm.
    As you leave, you meet your as yet unnamed Rival.  He challenges you, he has 
    the starter Pokemon that is strongest against yours.  If you've been 
    training, this should be no problem.
    Items:   PokeBalls
    This is where you get to name your rival, after talking to Professor Elm.  
    You give the egg to Professor Elm.  As you leave, talk to the Aide.  He will 
    give you five PokeBalls.
    Go talk to your Mum now, she will give you the option of saving some of your 
    money for you.  This is useful in the event of a whiteout (when you faint 
    because you have run out of useable Pokemon in a battle).  On the other hand, 
    Mum is a shop-a-holic.  She buys all sorts of things.  If you choose to have 
    her save money but change your mind later, you can ring her on your mobile to 
    cancel the arrangement, or to get some cash from her.
    Head off again, this time the destination is Violet City.  Go through 
    Cherrygrove, and head north again, but this time you branch off to the left 
    instead of going to Mr Pokemon's house.
    RT 31
    Pokemon:   Caterpie (Gold), Metapod (Gold), Weedle (Silver), Kakuna (Silver), 
    Ledyba (Morning, Silver), Spinarak (Night, Gold), HootHoot (Night), 
    Bellsprout, Poliwhirl, Poliwag
    Items:     Antidote, PokeBall, Dire Hit
    Berry Tree:   Bitter Berry
    Go past the Dark Cave.  You need FLASH and SURF in here, which you don't have 
    yet.  When you get SURF you can also try the pond beyond the Dark Cave.  
    Ponds generally have Poliwags and Poliwhirls, some have other Pokemon as 
    Pokemon:   Krabby, Zubat, Shuckle, Geodude, Graveler, Magikarp, Wobbuffet, 
    Dunsparce (rare)
    When you come back, you can explore, and leave via another exit.  There are 
    more trainers out there.
    Pokemon:   Onix
    Items:     Rare Candy
    At the bottom left corner of town, there is a house.  Inside there is a guy 
    who wants to swap your Bellsprout for his Onix.
    There is a pond, on the far side is a Rare Candy.
    Pokemon:   Gastly (night), Rattata
    Items:     Paralyz Heal, X Defend, Potion, Escape Rope, HM05 
    This is full of trainers with Bellsprouts!  Some have HootHoots, too.  If you 
    keep beating trainers, you will get to the Head Sage.  Beat him and he will 
    give you HM05 - Flash.  Your Rival will be up here too, he talks to you then 
    buzzes off.  
    Items:     TM31 – Mud Slap
    There are two trainers, then the leader, Falkner.  Falkner has:
               Level 7 Pidgey, and 
               Level 9 Pidgeotto.
    Once you beat Falkner, he will give you the Zephyr Badge.  This will let you 
    use FLASH outside battle, and it raises the attack power of your Pokemon.  He 
    also gives you TM31.
    As you leave the gym, Professor Elm gives you a call, and tells you to see 
    his Aide at the PokeCentre.  Make sure you have only five Pokemon on you, and 
    the Aide will give you back the Egg.  Carry the egg, you will get a surprise 
    a bit later on!
    Pokemon:   Unown, Quagsire, Poliwag, Wooper, Natu, Smeargle
    Items:     Unown-mode Pokedex
    West of Violet City, you can go through a gatehouse that leads to the Ruins 
    of Alph.  There are two caves, go in to the smaller one at the top.  Inside 
    is a puzzle.  Move bits by pressing A, then use the direction arrows to move 
    them.  This puzzle is of Kabuto.  If you do it correctly, you will fall 
    through the floor, and land in the bigger cave.  If this does not happen, try 
    swapping the two middle, bottom bits.  They look practically identical!
    When you land in the big cave, Unowns attack.  These Pokemon are vaguely 
    letter shaped.  If you catch three, when you go outside a scientist will meet 
    you and take you to his lab.  He modifies your Pokedex to store Unown data.  
    In the regular Pokedex, you only get a single entry for the Unown.  The 
    special Unown data is accessible by opening the Pokedex, and pressing the 
    Select key to choose Options.  One option is Unown Mode.  In here, there is a 
    record of all your Unown.  There are 26 altogether.
    There are four puzzles, all accessible from different places.  When you have 
    SURF, you can surf the pond to access an Aerodactyl puzzle.
    Go to the Union Cave, climb a ladder about halfway through, to the left, then 
    SURF across the pool.  Go to the top left corner and use the exit to get to 
    the Ho-oh puzzle.  You'll drop through to the Unown place again.
    Go into the cave again, the same way, but don't go so far toward the back of 
    the cave.  If you use STRENGTH to move a boulder, you can get to the Omanyte 
    RT 32
    Pokemon:   Rattata, Hoppip, Mareep, Bellsprout, Wooper (night), Ekans 
    Items:     Miracle Seed, Potion, Great Ball, Old Rod, TM05
    Berry Trees:   PRZCURE
    You will go past the east entrance to the Ruins of Alph.  Keep going south 
    toward Azalea Town.  Speak to the first guy you see on the way, and he will 
    give you Miracle Seed, which increases the power of grass pokemon.
    When you have CUT, you can get to a fat guy below the Ruins.  Speak to him 
    and he will give you TM05 – Roar.
    There is a split in the path, you can go over water or land.  Either way you 
    meet trainers.
    There is a PokeCentre on the way down, talk to the guy in the hat to get Old 
    Pokemon:   Magikarp, Geodude, Sandshrew (Gold), Rattata, Zubat, Quagsire, 
    Wooper, Lapras (Fridays)
    Items:     Potion, Great Ball, X-Attack, Awakening, TM39, X-Defend
    Go through the cave to get all these items.  Return on a Friday - there is a 
    Lapras there on Fridays.  You will need SURF to get to it.  If you enter the 
    cave from the Azalea City end, go up, then left, then SURF down, you'll come 
    to a ladder, climb it, then SURF and walk around until you spot Lapras!  It's 
    Level 20, and relatively easy to catch.  Might not hurt to SAVE first, 
    though, just in case!
    Once through the cave, you will come to the Slowpoke Well.  There is a guy 
    guarding it.  Later on you will be able to get in, but you have to do other 
    things first!
    Items:     Charcoal, TM49 (Fury Cutter)
    Berry Trees:   WHT Apricorn
    To the north of Azalea, you will find Kurt's house.  It has a tree outside 
    like a berry tree but it has apricorns on it.   Kurt makes balls from 
    apricorns.  Anyway, if you talk to him now, he will take off to rescue the 
    Slowpoke.  If you follow him, you can now go down the well. Fight three 
    Rockets, and Kurt will take you back to his house and give you a lure ball.  
    Kurt also explains how he makes balls from apricorns, if you give him the one 
    you picked from his tree he tells you to come back next day for your ball.
    Just inside Azalea Town there is a house, if you talk to a guy inside he will 
    give you Charcoal, which helps fire Pokemon.
    There are four trainers, then you meet Bugsy, the gym leader.  Bugsy has:
               L14 Metapod
               L16 Scyther; and
               L14 Kakuna
    Once you beat these bugs, Bugsy gives you Hivebadge, which makes Pokemon up 
    to Level 30 obey you.  It also allows you to use CUT outside battle.
    He also gives you TM49 – Fury Cutter.
    Sometime while you are in Azalea Town your egg should hatch.  Surprise – it's 
    Togepi!  When Togepi hatches, ring Professor Elm, who will ask you to bring 
    it to him.  If you do, he will give you an Everstone.  Everstones prevent 
    Pokemon from evolving.
    Finally, during your travels in Azalea Town, you'll meet your rival again.  
    This time he wants to battle, he has:
               L12 Gastly
               L14 Zubat; and
               L16 version of the Pokemon he started with.
    Pokemon:   Zubat, Magikarp, Slowpoke, Slowbro
    Items:     Kings Rock, TM18 
    In the top left corner is a rock you can move with STRENGTH.  You go down to 
    a pool, then SURF.  Go onto the land, then climb the ladder.  SURF in the big 
    pool.  Go left to talk to a guy who will give you Kings Rock.  Go right to 
    find TM18.
    Pokemon:   Metapod, Caterpie, Oddish, Paras, Zubat, Pineco (night, trees), 
    Exeggcute (night, trees), Butterfree (Gold, night, trees), Beedrill (Silver, 
    night, trees), Psyduck, Poliwag, Magikarp
    Items:     Revive, HM01, TM02, TM12
    You'll see a guy looking for Farfetch'd.  Keep going, and you'll see the 
    Farfetch'd.  Follow it, and shepherd it back to the guy who lost it.  If you 
    can return it to him, the guy's boss comes and gives you HM01 – Cut.  Keep 
    going through the forest.  If you have CUT you can get to the Ilex Forest 
    Shrine, and pick up TM02 – Headbutt.  Headbutt is good, because if you use it 
    to headbutt small trees, sometimes Pokemon drop out.
    In your travels in the Forest, you will see dead ends.  Stand facing the dead 
    end, but one space out, and press A.  You may get a nice surprise!
    At the gatehouse leaving the Forest, talk to the receptionist, who will give 
    you TM12 – Sweet Scent.
    RT 34
    Pokemon:   Rattata, Drowzee, Psyduck, Ditto
    On the way north to Goldenrod, you'll come across the Daycare Centre.  This 
    centre has two people working there, a man and a woman.  This is where you 
    can leave your Pokemon to be leveled up, it costs $100 per level.  You can 
    also leave a male Pokemon with the man, and a female with the woman – and if 
    the Pokemon are compatible, they may breed!  
    You will also meet Officer Keith, he has a Growlithe to battle you.
    Pokemon:   Machop, Eevee, Abra, Ekans, Dratini
    There is a large Department Store here, just like the one in Celadon City in 
    RBY.  It has several storeys plus a basement.  
               Ground Floor:   Reception
               2nd Floor:       Potion          PokeBall
                               Super Potion    Great Ball
                               Antidote        Escape Rope
                               Paralyz Heal    Repel
                               Awakening       Revive
                               Burn Heal       Full Heal
                               Ice Heal        Poke Doll
                                               Flower Mail
              3rd Floor:        X Speed
                               X Special
                               X Defend
                               X Attack
                               Dire Hit
                               Guard Spec
                               X Accuracy
              4th Floor:        Protein
                               HP UP
              5th Floor:        TM41, TM48, TM33, TM02, TM08
                               On Sundays, you can get either TM27 or TM21.  You 
    get them from the lady behind the counter, she gives you TM27 if your Pokemon 
    like you, or TM21 if they do not.  You can go there more than once, but only 
    once per Sunday.
    Also there is a guy who wants to trade your Drowzee for his Machop.
    On the 6th floor there are vending machines that sell Fresh Water, Lemonade 
    and Soda Pop.  These drinks will restore some HP in battle.
    To the right of the Mart is the Bike Shop.  You can borrow a bike for free – 
    later on they let you keep it if you use it!
    To the left of the Gym, over the railway tracks, is the Name Rater's house.  
    If you decide you'd like to change a Pokemon's name you can do it here.  Of 
    course, you cannot change a traded Pokemon's name.
    Underground Path – there are two entrances.  One is near the Name Rater's 
    house, the other is to the left of the PokeCentre.  There are trainers to 
    beat in here.  
    About halfway along the Underground Path is the Pokemon Salon.  Here you can 
    have your Pokemon groomed, this increases their happiness. You can only have 
    one haircut per day. 
    Grooming is important because some Pokemon like Eevee evolve when they are 
    happy enough.  You have no way of knowing how happy your Pokemon are, but 
    there is a lady in a house to the right of the Mart who will look at the 
    first Pokemon in your party and tell you how happy it is.  If she says your 
    Pokemon likes you a lot it is happy!
    The coin case is also on the Underground Path.
    The Games Corner – this has been upgraded, and is no longer the front for 
    Team Rocket.  It still costs $1000 for 50 coins, or you can buy in bulk - 
    $10,000 for 500 coins.  There are two types of machines now, the basic slots, 
    and the card flip game.  With the card flip game you have to predict which 
    card matches the card in the dealer's hand.  
    There are prizes to be bought, this time you can do that in the same 
    building.  You can buy:
               Abra                 $200          TM25     $5500
               Ekans (Gold)         $700          TM14     $5500
               Sandshrew (Silver)   $700          TM38     $5500
               Dratini              $2100         
    The radio station has been taken over by Team Rocket.  You get to do 
    something about this later in the game.  In the meantime, you can pick up 
    your radio card (which goes in your PokeGear) by correctly answering the 
    questions in a quiz: the answers are yes, yes, no, yes, no.  You can also 
    check to see if you have won in the ID number contest.  Every Friday, a new 
    ID number is chosen, if you, or someone you have traded with, have that 
    number then you win a prize.
    Bill's house in on the left side of town, he comes here after you meet him in 
    Ecruteak.  He will give you an Eevee, so remember to have a space for her 
    when you come back!
    There are four trainers to beat, then the leader Whitney.  Whitney has:
               L18 Clefairy, and
               L20 Miltank
    Once you win this battle, you will get the PlainBadge.  This lets you use 
    STRENGTH outside battle, and boosts your Pokemon's speed.  She also gives you 
    TM45 – Attract.
    Go to the house to the right and up a bit from the Gym, and inside is a girl 
    gardening.  Talk to her and she will give you a Squirtbottle.  You'll need 
    this to capture Sudowoodo.
    On the way out of town, at the north gatehouse, the receptionist asks you 
    whether you are willing to take a letter to a chubby guy on RT 31.  If you 
    agree, you will need a space to put the Spearow the receptionist gives you. 
    The Spearow has a letter you can read, it says "DARK CAVE leads to another 
    road".  If you deliver the letter, the chubby guy gives you TM50 – Nightmare.
    RT 35
    Pokemon:    Nidoran male and female, Drowzee, Pidgey, Psyduck
    Items:      TM04
    Berry Tree:   Mysteryberry
    Pokemon:   Metapod, Caterpie, Pidgey, Sunkern, Venonat, Butterfree, Paras, 
    Weedle, Scyther, Pinsir, Beedrill, Kakuna
    Items:     Quick Claw, Sun Stone, Everstone, Gold Berry, Berry, TM28, Parlyz 
    Go to the National Park on Tuesday, Thursday or Saturday and you can compete 
    in the Bug Catching Contest.  You can only take one Pokemon into the park 
    with you, the Helper minds your other Pokemon.  He lets you keep the first 
    Pokemon in your lineup, so it is wise to choose in advance who you want to 
    take into the Park.
    You are given 20 Park Balls, and you have 20 minutes to catch the most 
    powerful Pokemon.  Each Pokemon is worth a certain number of points, but you 
    don't find out how much until you leave!
    You get to keep the Pokemon you catch last.  If you catch one, but then catch 
    a better one you can swap them over.  The first one is basically released, 
    while you retain the second.
    We have had success with different Pokemon, I won with a Level 16 Venonat.
    There are lots of Pokemon, including Scyther, Pinsir, Butterfree, Beedrill 
    and Venonat, as well as Caterpies and Weedles.  (But with attitude! Like, 
    level 13-17!)
    Note, the Helper seems to confiscate your backpack too, if you get poisoned 
    you cannot cure yourself.  May be an idea to have your lead Pokemon carry a 
    PSNCUREberry into the Park.
    If you win, you are awarded the Sun Stone.  Second prize is an Everstone, and 
    third prize is a Gold Berry.  If you don't place, at least you are awarded a 
    It is a good plan to SAVE before going in, because then if you only catch 
    lame Pokemon, or yours is pretty good but did not win, you can reset the 
    game.  You can only compete once per competition day, but you are free to 
    come back next competition day.
    Once you have been awarded your prize, go back into the Park.  You'll find 
    you are at the Eastern gatehouse!  Inside the Park there are now people 
    including trainers ready for battle.  Talk to a lone girl on a bench, and she 
    will give you Quick Claw, which helps you to go first in battle.
    At the north end of the National park, you'll see a guy who says he is 
    printing out his Pokedex.  If you go through the fence behind him, you can 
    then go around the outer perimeter of the National Park.  Go around to the 
    left to pick up TM28 – Dig.  Go to the right and you will find Parlyz Heal.
    RT 36
    Pokemon:       Growlithe (Gold), Vulpix (Silver), Pidgey, Sudowoodo
    Berry Trees:   Ice Berry, Black, red and blue Apricorns
    If you now leave the Park via the Eastern gatehouse, you will be able to 
    battle two trainers, then you find your path blocked by an odd tree.  SAVE 
    the game.  Bring out the trusty Squirtbottle, and squirt it – it wakes up.  
    It's Sudowoodo, and it attacks.  There is only one Sudowoodo, so if you 
    defeat it, it's gone – hence the advice to save!
    We found that Sudowoodo needs to be REALLY low down on HP to be caught.
    After you catch Sudowoodo, see the fat guy off to the right, he will give you 
    TM08 – Rock Smash.  Use this wisely, you'll need it later as you progress in 
    the game.
    RT 37
    Pokemon:   Spinarak (night), Stantler, Growlithe (Gold), Vulpix (Silver), 
    Hoothoot (night)
    Berry Trees:   Red, Blu and Blk Apricorns
    Take the left path, then go north.  There are three Apricorn trees, and 
    trainers to beat.
    Items:     Itemfinder, TM30, HM03
    In the PokeCentre, Bill tells you the time capsule is adjusted, so you can 
    now trade with RBY.  The thing to remember here is that you cannot trade 
    ANYTHING new to RBY games.  That means no new Pokemon (eg Meganium), nor any 
    old Pokemon with new moves (eg Gyarados with Waterfall).  I took the 
    opportunity to bring over my L50 Charizard, and taught him (he turned out to 
    be a boy!) Fire Punch.  Scott is more visionary than me, he brought over his 
    L100 Mewtwo…
    Bill heads off back to Goldenrod, if you go to his house with only five 
    Pokemon you can get an Eevee.
    In the house beside the gym, talk to the guy to get an Itemfinder.
    There are four trainers, then the leader Morty.  Morty has:
               L21 Gastly
               L21 Haunter
               L25 Gengar; and
               L23 Haunter
    When you beat him, you get the Fog Badge.  Pokemon up to Level 50 will now 
    obey you, and you can use SURF outside battle.
    He also gives you TM30 – Shadow Ball.
    The Kimono Girls at the Dance Theatre each have a different evolution of 
    Eevee – Vaporeon, Flareon, Jolteon, Umbreon and Espeon.  If you win, you get 
    HM03 – SURF.  Just talk to a guy in the audience for that.
    Pokemon:   Rattata, Koffing, Zubat, Magmar (night)
    Items:     X-Speed, TM20, HP-up, Burn Heal
    Your Rival is there.  He wants to battle!  He has:
               L20 Haunter
               L20 Zubat
               L18 Magnemite; and
               L22 version of his starting Pokemon.
    You need ROCK SMASH and STRENGTH in here to get to everything.  There are 
    holes in the floor to fall through!  If you fall through the hole in the 
    middle, and walk onto the steps of the platform, you release the three 
    legendary beasts.  These beasts wander around the game.  If you see one, they 
    tend to nick off.  The aim is to catch them!
    Pokemon:   Rattata, Gastly (night), Ho-oh
    Items:     Full Heal, Super Potion, Escape Rope, Ultra Ball, Rare Candy, Max 
    Revive, Max Elixer, Nugget, Full Restore
    You go into what looks like a house to the right of the Burnt Tower.  You 
    cannot go in until you have defeated the Ecruteak Gym Leader.  Follow the 
    corridor, and it leads you outdoors.  Follow the path, it leads you to the 
    Tin Tower.  There is a guy inside who asks you for the Rainbow Wing, which 
    you don't have yet!
    Come back when you have the Rainbow Wing, and the guy has disappeared!  You 
    can go up the tower.  At first you have mazes to work your way through, then 
    there are Teleport pads.  It is good to experiment a bit here, that way you 
    get all the items.  However, if you just want to get to Ho-oh, here's the 
    direct route.  Oh, and if you don't fancy taking the long way down, have an 
    escape rope handy!
    Enter the tower, go to the stairs at the back of the room.  Go up, then come 
    to the front of that room, and climb the stairs.  You'll find the beginning 
    of the maze.  There are lots of one-way jumps, and telepads.
    Go right, up, left, up, left, climb the stairs.
    Go down, left, up, right, up, left, climb the stairs.
    Now go up, right 2 jumps, down 1 jump, left 2 jumps, down 5 jumps, right 2 
    jumps, down 1 jump, then climb the stairs.
    Go up, right, up, left, down, climb the stairs.
    Go up, then walk right, then take 2 jumps to the right, then down several 
    wide jumps.  Go left, down to the telepad, down again to the next telepad, 
    left, down, left, go through the telepad, up, left, go through the telepad, 
    go round the wobbly thing to the stairs and hey presto!
    You get to the roof: there is Ho-oh.  
    This is one tough bird to catch! It is pretty fond of using recover, and it 
    also has a nasty tendency to use Sacred Fire, which often burns, have ice 
    berries handy.  It also has a thing called Safeguard, which seems to prevent 
    status changes – the only good thing about this is it wears off!  
    I caught my Ho-oh with a level 41 Haunter as my lead Pokemon.  First move, I 
    had Haunter put Ho-oh to sleep, then I used Dream Eater to lower the HP, then 
    an Ultra Ball caught it.  I actually trained the Haunter for the purpose, as 
    up until then, even getting the Ho-oh down to almost invisible HP, it still 
    refused to be caught.
    RT 38
    Pokemon:   Rattata (Gold), Raticate, Tauros, Meowth (silver), Farfetch'd, 
    Miltank, Snubbull
    Items:     TM13
    Berry Trees:   Berry, Mint Berry
    Go north, you'll get to MooMoo Farm.  In the smaller building, there is a 
    sick Miltank, it wants berries.  (Plain ones!)  If you feed it seven berries, 
    it gets better.  You don't have to give it seven all at once, you can come 
    back with more later if you need to.  Once it has had seven berries and is 
    better, go into the house next door and the girl will give you TM13 – Snore.
    Pokemon:   Krabby, Voltorb, Chinchou
    Items:     Good Rod, HM04
    Your Rival comes out of the gym for a bit of a chat, but does not want to 
    battle right now.  The gym itself is empty, as the leader is tending a sick 
    Pokemon in the Lighthouse.
    In the little house below the gym, if you talk to the guy he gives you the 
    Good Rod.
    If you smash 3 rocks on the beach, Krabby attacks.
    In the house to the left of the PokeCentre is a guy who will give you HM04 – 
    Watch out for the guy in a house who wants to swap his Voltorb for your 
    Krabby, too.
    Once you've been to Kanto, if you go fishing off the dock where the SS Aqua 
    pulls in, using the Super Rod, you can catch Chinchou.  
    Items:     Rare Candy, TM34, Ether, Great Ball, Super Potion
    In the lighthouse, it's trainer central… really good training ground for your 
    Pokemon!  At the top, Jasmine asks you to go to Cianwood to get some medicine 
    to help her sick Pokemon.  As you're such a helpful trainer, of course you'll 
    go!!!  Besides, if you don't Jasmine won't go back to her Gym and you can't 
    get the badge!
    RT 41
    Pokemon:   Tentacool, Tentacruel, Mantine
    You'll need SURF to get to Cianwood.  The water is chokkers with Tentacool, 
    and there are trainers.  On the way over you'll see the Secret Islands, but 
    you can't get to them without WHIRLPOOL.
    Pokemon:   Lugia, Horsea, Seel, Tentacool, Tentacruel, Zubat, Golbat, Krabby
    From Olivine, SURF south along the fence.  You'll see an island to the left, 
    with a whirlpool blocking the entrance at the bottom of the island.  Use 
    WHIRLPOOL to go in.  Go into the entrance of the cave.  You need FLASH.  
    Follow the path, heading right.  When the path splits, go left toward the top 
    of the screen.  Keep going, climb ladders, you will get to water.  SURF down, 
    then go down the waterfall.  If you look around carefully you will see a cave 
    entrance, go in.  (It is toward the top of the screen).  Now SURF up the pond 
    and there is Lugia.  In Gold it is Level 70, in Silver it is only Level 40.  
    I used my Ampharos and a combination of Thunder Punch and Thunder Shock to 
    wear it down, then Ultra Balls to capture.
    Pokemon:   Shuckle, Krabby, Kingler, Corsola, Staryu (night)
    Items:     Secret Potion, TM01, HM02
    Talk to the guy in the house next to the PokeCentre and he'll give you 
    You can do the Rock Smash thing on the beach again for more Krabby.
    Go fishing with the Super Rod during the day to find Corsola and Kingler, and 
    at night to find Staryu.
    There is a Photographer in the house on the beach, if you have a printer you 
    can have your Pokemon's picture taken!
    At the bottom of the island is the Pharmacy.  Here you can get the medicine 
    Jasmine needs.  (Secret Potion)
    Beat the three trainers, then use STRENGTH to get to the fourth trainer, then 
    Chuck, the leader.  Chuck has:
               L27 Primeape
               L30 Poliwrath
    When you beat him, Chuck gives you the Storm Badge.  This will make Pokemon 
    up to Level 70 obey you, and you can use FLY outside battle.  He also gives 
    you TM01 – Dynamic Punch.
    Talk to the girl outside the Gym once you beat Chuck, she will give you HM02 
    – Fly.  Now you can FLY back to Olivine and avoid all those Tentacool!
    Items:     TM23
    Now you are back at Olivine, go to the lighthouse and give Jasmine the Secret 
    Potion.  She'll dash back to her gym – you can go battle her now.
    There are no trainers here, only Jasmine.  She has:
               L30 Magnemite
               L30 Magnemite, and
               L35 Steelix
    Once you beat Jasmine she will give you Mineral Badge, which raises Pokemon's 
    defense, and TM23 – Iron Tail.
    Pokemon:   Goldeen, Spearow, Mankey, Primeape, Mareep
    Items:     Super Potion
    Berry Trees:   Pink, Yellow and Green Apricorns.
    When you leave Ecruteak, you will quickly see Mt Mortar.  You can enter it, 
    or you can SURF across the water. After the first stretch of water, you can 
    go down a bit (you'll need CUT) and you will find three more Apricorn trees.  
    Go up, and you can enter Mt Mortar, or SURF again to get to Mahogany.
    MT MORTAR stage 1
    Pokemon:  Zubat, Geodude, Machop, Marill
    If you go into Mt Mortar (you need FLASH), you will be able to catch a Marill 
    on the level you are at when you enter.  It is really rare, you will have to 
    be very patient.  Scott caught his during the day.  If you talk to Parry on 
    Route 45, and get his phone number, he will tell you when the Marill are 
    swarming.  This will make it easier to catch one!  Keep exploring, you will 
    see water but you cant get to it yet.  You will come out near Mahogany.
    MT MORTAR stage 2
    Pokemon:   Goldeen, Seaking, Rattata, Raticate, Machop, Machoke, Geodude, 
    Graveler, Zubat, Golbat, Tyrogue
    Items:     Escape Rope, Max Potion, Full Heal, Max Revive, Rare Candy, TM40, 
    Dragon Scale, Elixer
    Go to Mahogany and visit the Poke Centre if you need to.  Then go back, and 
    SURF to the left to get to the middle entrance to Mt Mortar.  Go in, you need 
    FLASH, go up the ladder and explore the level you are on.  Pick up items.  
    Then go back down to where you entered, and SURF to the right.  Then go up, 
    and you'll see a waterfall.  Use WATERFALL to go up it.  Head for the hole at 
    the back of the cave. Go in, and you'll basically be in a maze. If you go 
    around the right side of the cave, then to the left side when you find your 
    way blocked by a ledge, then up then to the right, and then up and along the 
    back, you will find a ladder in the back left corner.  Climb the ladder, 
    explore a bit and you will find a trainer!  
    The Karate King is training in secret with L34 Hitmonlee and Hitmonchan.  
    When you beat him he will give you Tyrogue, on L10.
    There is a guy who sells RageCandyBars – they restore HP by 20, and cost 
    Go to the Lake of Rage, there is a Red Gyarados there!
    Pokemon:   Red Gyarados, ordinary Gyarados, Magikarp, Girafarig, Noctowl, 
    Flaaffy, Venonat, Pineco(trees)
    Items:     Red Scale, TM43, Max Ether, TM10
    Leave Mahogany via the northern gatehouse.  Follow the path, and there is a 
    tollgate, two guys pounce and charge $1000 to go through!  Once you are 
    inside you can't not pay, though.  When you go back to Mahogany, jump the 
    When you arrive at the Lake, the Red Gyarados is swimming.  When you catch 
    it, you also get Red Scale.  (Take the Red Scale to Mr Pokemon, and he will 
    give you EXP SHARE.)
    Talk to the guy near the sign, it's Lance.  He wants your help.  He takes 
    off, you will see him again when you return to Mahogany. 
    There's a house, the guy inside gives you TM10.
    Come back this way after the Rockets have been defeated, and the bad guys at 
    the tollgate have gone.  The receptionist gives you TM36.
    Items:     Hyper Potion, X-Accuracy, Nugget, Protein, Ice Heal, TM46, Dire 
    Hit, Full Heal, HM06
    Go find Lance, he's in the building above the PokeCentre.  He shows you 
    stairs, go up.  Rockets come.  One tells you you'll have to trip a secret 
    switch.  Each time you go by a camera two Rockets come.  
    Once you get through the first floor, go downstairs and Lance heals your 
    Pokemon.  Keep going! In your travels, talk to Rockets, you need two 
    passwords to get through two locked doors.  One tells you he thinks a 
    password is Raticate Tail (but he lies!) and another tells you truthfully 
    that a password is Slowpoke Tail.  
    There is a teleport tile, it takes you to the exit/entry stairs.
    After you talk to the Rockets that give you passwords, go to the SECOND 
    locked door.  A Rocket Executive wants to battle.  After beating her, her 
    bird tells you that the other password is really Hail Giovanni.
    Go to the first locked door and open it.  Two bad guys come.  Lance comes to 
    help.  You and Lance get to beat three Electrodes each, which turns off the 
    transmitter.  Lance gives you HM06 – Whirlpool.
    This floor is um… interesting!  It is made of ice, you have to skate from 
    trainer to trainer, there are five.  Then you are ready to meet Pryce.  He 
               L   Dewgong
               L   Piloswine, and
               L   Dewgong
    When you beat Pryce, he gives you the Glacier Badge, which raises Pokemon's 
    special stats, and lets you use WATERFALL outside battle.  He also gives you 
    TM16 – Icy Wind.
    Items:     Full Heal, Max Ether, TM35, Amulet Coin, Rainbow Wing/Silver Wing, 
    After that, Professor Elm rings and tells you about the Rockets in the Radio 
    Tower in Goldenrod – so now it's off to sort them out!  You get to thump lots 
    of Rockets, then when you get to the fifth floor it is a FAKE DIRECTOR!  He's 
    really a Rocket Executive.
    When you beat the Rocket Executive, he gives you a basement key, and tells 
    you the real Director is in the Underground Warehouse (in the Underground 
    Go down the stairs, open the basement door (you can now), go down more stairs 
    – and good ol' Rival is there!  This guy never learns!  Anyway, this time he 
               L30 Golbat
               L30 Magnemite
               L30 Haunter
               L32 Sneasel (who is immune to psychic), and
               L32 evolution of his starter Pokemon
    Beat the first three Rockets.  The third tells you to change the order of 
    switching so the shutters open.  The switches are on the back wall, hit them 
    in the order 3,2,1.  There are burglars in the maze.
    You are aiming for the bottom right hand corner of the room.  Go through the 
    doors there.  You'll get to the Director.  He gives you a card key to open 
    the shutter on the third floor of the Radio Tower.  Go open it – and yes! 
    there are more Rockets.  Beat them, and the Director comes and gives you the 
    Rainbow Wing if you have Gold, or the Silver Wing if you have Silver.
    Come back a bit later, and some of the Radio Station people are pretty happy 
    to see you!  Talk to them, a girl gives you TM11 – Sunny Day.  Keep going up 
    and you will meet Mary, who gives you Pink Bow.
    RT 44
    Pokemon:   Bellsprout, Weepinbell, Tangela, Lickitung, Remoraid, Magikarp, 
    Poliwag, Heracross (night, trees)
    Items:     Max Revive
    If you SURF across the second pond on the way to the Ice Path, you will come 
    to a grassy patch.  
    Pokemon:   Delibird (Silver), Jynx, Zubat, Golbat, Swinub
    Item:      Ultra Ball, Max Potion, HM07, Full Heal, NEVERMELTICE, PP-Up, 
    TM44, Iron
    The Ice Cave – this is a fun little place, you skate around to find your way 
    out.  The first big ice maze works like this: go in, then Up, Left, Up, 
    Right, Up, Left, Down, Right, Down, Left, Up, Left, Down, Right, Down, Right, 
    Up, Right.  Are you out now? Good! Keep going, you'll find another skating 
    place, but if you drop the boulders through the holes first using STRENGTH, 
    you'll have no problems.  If you roll the boulders the wrong way, you can 
    always reset them by leaving that level then returning.  TM44 – Rest is hard 
    to get to – until you realise that you can jump the ledge bordering the ice!  
    You just line up your launching point with a rock near the TM, and you'll be 
    able to slide across to it.
    Pokemon:   Rhydon
    In the first house you come to, a girl wants to swap your female Dragonair 
    for her Rhydon.
    There is a Move Deleter who will delete moves from your Pokemon.  This can be 
    handy, if you have given a really good Pokemon an HM and now you want to get 
    rid of it so it can learn a better move as it gains more experience.  The 
    only down side is that your Pokemon then only has three moves until it does 
    learn a new one.
    You need STRENGTH, there are boulders to move.  You roll one boulder into 
    each hole, then go down the second set of stairs.  That way you can get to 
                L37 Dragonair
                L37 Dragonair
                L37 Dragonair; and
                L40 Kingdra
    Clair is not a very good sport about losing, she sends you to get the Dragon 
    Fang from the Dragon Den before she will hand over the badge!
    Pokemon:   Dratini, Dragonair, Magikarp
    Items:     Dragon Fang, TM24
    You SURF the pond behind the Gym, and there it is.  You need WHIRLPOOL.  Go 
    around the central island, go on the grass and Dragon Fang is there in a 
    PokeBall.  Clair comes running up and gives you the Rising Badge, which means 
    you can use Waterfall outside battle, and all Pokemon will now obey you.  She 
    also gives you TM24 – Dragonbreath.  Ewwww!
    Pokemon: Geodude, Graveler, Gligar (Gold), Teddiursa (Gold), Phanpy (Silver), 
    Skarmory (Silver)
    Items:     Max Potion, Elixer, X-Special, Revive
    Berry Trees:   Berry, PRZCURE
    There are lots of trainers here.  You can also get to the Dark Cave.
    Pokemon:   Geodude, Zubat, Magikarp, Wobbuffet, Graveler
    Items:     Hyper Potion, Potion, Blackglasses, Revive, TM13
    If you enter the Dark Cave at the entrance nearest to Blackthorne, you can 
    talk to a guy in sunnies, he gives you Blackglasses.  You will also be able 
    to find TM13 – Snore.  
    Items:   Master Ball.
    Then Professor Elm rings.  He wants to see you in New Bark.  Go see him to 
    get a Master Ball.
    RT 27-26
    Pokemon:   Seaking, Slowpoke, Goldeen, Tentacool, Golbat, Raticate, Ponyta, 
    Quagsire, Rattata, Doduo
    Items:     Moonstone, TM37, Max Elixer, TM22
    Go east, and SURF.  There are lots of trainers.  To get to TM22, you SURF in 
    water at the bottom right corner of Route 27.  When you are in the water, go 
    west toward New Bark again. You need WHIRLPOOL to get to where TM 22 – 
    Solarbeam – is.
    There is a hidden house on the way, with a lady in it.  Talk to her and she 
    will give you TM37.  There is another house with no one in it, but it gives 
    you the following information:
               Monica – Mon – RT40
               Tuscany – Tue – RT29
               Wesley – Wed – Lake of Rage
               Arthur – Thu – RT36
               Frieda – Fri – RT32
               Santos – Sat – Blackthorne City
               Sunny – Sun – RT37
    If you go to the place listed on the right day, you'll find these people.  
    Each one gives you a different gift for your Pokemon.
    There is a house along Route 26 with a girl inside, she will heal your 
    You'll come to the Pokemon League Reception Gate.  Show your badges, and 
    you're in!  Keep walking up, and you will be on the new look Victory Road.
    Pokemon:   Graveler, Golbat, Ursaring, Rhyhorn, Onix
    Items:     X-Special, TM26, Full Restore, Max Potion 
    There's a cave!  Talk to a rock to find Max Potion.
    You find the way to escape – and guess who turns up?  Yep, it's Rival again.  
    He has:
               L34 Sneasel
               L36 Golbat
               L35 Haunter
               L35 Magneton
               L35 Kadabra
               L38 version of his starter Pokemon
    That is your last battle with your Rival!  Once you beat him, go on to 
    Pokemon League!
    This is the team I took in to face the Elite Four;
               L35 Pidgeotto
               L40 Meganium
               L40 Gyarados
               L40 Ampharos
               L42 Kadabra, and
               L50 Charizard
    I was not sure whether this team would be strong enough, but we came through 
    quite well.  I think the team's main strength is that it has something to 
    attack most types.  Scott used his L100 Mewtwo.  It did the job really well!
    When you go in, a big stone door closes behind you, there is no chance to 
    leave once you start!  If you're not too confident, it might be an idea to 
    SAVE before you actually go in.  The Elite Four are as follows:
               L40 Xatu
               L41 Slowbro
               L41 Jynx
               L42 Xatu
               L41 Exeggutor
               L40 Ariados
               L43 Forretress (This thing can explode!)
               L42 Muk
               L44 Crobat
               L41 Venomoth
               L42 Hitmontop 
               L42 Hitmonchan
               L43 Onix
               L42 Hitmonlee
               L46 Machamp
               L42 Umbreon
               L45 Gengar
               L44 Murkrow
               L47 Houndoom
               L42 Vileplume
    After beating Karen, you get to challenge the League Champion – no, it is not 
    your Rival, but Lance!  Even though you helped him out in Mahogany, he will 
    not go easy on you!
    Lance has:
               L44 Gyarados
               L47 Dragonite
               L47 Dragonite
               L46 Aerodactyl
               L50 Dragonite
               L46 Charizard
    When I got through, I bounded around with excitement for a while!  (me 
    personally, not my character!)  Mary (a journalist) and Professor Oak come 
    running up and talk to you.  Lance takes you away and registers you in the 
    Hall of Fame!  Woohoo!  Then Professor Oak rates your Pokedex, then the 
    credits roll.  Don't turn it off!  The credits are fairly cute, with dancing 
    Pokemon around the edges.
    When the credits finish, push START to start the game again.  You will find 
    yourself back at home.
    Has the adventure ended?  NO!!!  Of course not!  Not only can you now set 
    about catching all the Pokemon, and experiment with breeding, but there is a 
    whole world of adventure over in Kanto – the place where the RBY games are 
    If you go see Professor Elm, he will give you a ticket on the SS AQUA, which 
    leaves from Olivine, and docks in Vermilion City in Kanto.
    Items:   Metal Coat
    Go on the ship, and a guy asks if you've seen a little girl. The ship is 
    chokkers with trainers, which you can beat while you are cruising.  You have 
    a cabin of your own too, with a computer, and you can heal your Pokemon by 
    taking a nap.  When you find the girl (she's with the captain), talk to her 
    and the guy comes and gives you Metal Coat.
    By now the ship has arrived at Vermilion City.  Should you want to travel by 
    ship again, it travels to Johto on Wednesdays and Sundays, and returns to 
    Kanto on Mondays and Fridays.
    Pokemon:   Tentacool, Tentacruel
    Items:     Clefairy Doll, Rare Candy, HP-Up
    In the Poke Fan Club, there is a guy with a Clefairy Doll.  This will be 
    useful later on.  Talk to the president, and say you do want to hear about 
    his Pokemon.  Then he will tell you about Rapidash, then reward you for 
    listening by giving you a Rare Candy.
    On the way out of Vermilion City, on the way to the Diglett's Cave, there is 
    a guy there.  If you talk to him after you get all the Kanto badges, he gives 
    you HP-Up. 
    Lt Surge is still there with his apprentices, and the bins are still there 
    too.  This time, though, there is no secret switch.
    Lt Surge has:
               L44 Raichu
               L46 Electabuzz
               L40 Electrode
               L40 Magneton
               L40 Electrode
    When you beat him you get the Thunder Badge, which increases your Pokemon's 
    RT 6
    Pokemon:   Magnemite, Abra, Bellsprout, Pidgey, Psyduck, Golduck, Meowth 
    This is a very short road, to Saffron City.  There is also an underground 
    path, it leads to Cerulean city which is handy if you want to bypass Saffron 
    City.  There is nothing interesting in there though.
    Items:   TM29, Upgrade, Focus Band, 
    Visit Mr Psychic to get your TM29 – Psychic!  The visit the Silph Building 
    and talk to the guy guarding the stairs to get Upgrade.  
    Now go to the first Gym, to get Focus Band – it's in a PokeBall.
    Next visit Sabrina in her Gym.  It is still full of teleport tiles, and there 
    are other trainers.  Sabrina has:
               L46 Espeon
               L46 Mr Mime
               L48 Alakazam
    When you beat her, Sabrina gives you the Marsh Badge.
    RT 5
    Pokemon:   Pidgey, Bellsprout, Abra, Meowth (Silver)
    Items:     Cleanse Tag
    Leave Saffron City by the north gatehouse.  Go up the path, then come down 
    the middle section, leaping over ledges to get to the house.  Inside is an 
    old lady who gives you Cleanse Tag.
    Misty's Gym is empty right now.  You'll find her a bit later!  For now, it's 
    off to the Power Plant, you're needed!
    RT 24 / 25
    Pokemon:   Goldeen, Seaking, Bellsprout, Weepinbell, Venonat, Venomoth 
    (night), Oddish (night), Sunkern, Abra, Pidgey, Pidgeotto
    Items:     Nugget, Protein, Everstone, Leaf Stone, Water Stone, Fire Stone, 
    Thunder Stone
    If you go on the Nugget Bridge, you meet six trainers, when you beat them you 
    get a Nugget!  Then the guy who gives you the nugget challenges you too.  
    Keep going to Bill's old house, you'll meet trainers galore.  Bill's Grandpa 
    is in the house, he wants to see a Lickitung.  If you show him one, he gives 
    you an Everstone.  In fact, he asks to see several Pokemon, if you show them 
    to him he gives you evolutionary stones.  These are the Pokemon and stones:
              Lickitung             Everstone
              Oddish                Leaf Stone
              Staryu                Water Stone
              Growlithe or Vulpix   Fire Stone
              Pichu                 Thunder Stone
    RT 9
    Pokemon:   Rattata, Spearow, Mankey, Primeape, Raticate, Goldeen, Seaking, 
    Go back to Cerulean City, and this time leave to the east, along Route 9. 
    You'll need CUT.  Beat the trainers, and then SURF around to the Power Plant. 
    Pokemon:   Goldeen, Seaking, Electabuzz (morning and day), Quagsire (night), 
    Rattata, Raticate, Voltorb, Spearow (morning and day), Fearow (Morning and 
    When you get to the Power Plant you'll notice they have redecorated severely.  
    Talk to the people and the manager.  On the way out, the security guy says 
    there is a shady character back in Cerulean City.  
    The grassy patch in front of the Power Plant has lots of Pokemon! You'll want 
    to get male and female Electabuzz so you can breed them to get an Elekid.  
    Males are reasonably common, but I found that it was hard to find a female.  
    So in the end I used my male Bellossom's Sweet Scent which attracted a female 
    Electabuzz!  (It attracted other Pokemon too…)  Sweet Scent is handy because 
    you can stand in one place and use it, and the Pokemon will come to you, you 
    don't have to walk around looking for them!
    Pokemon:   Machop, Machoke, Geodude, Onix, Cubone, Marowak, Zubat, Kangaskhan
    Items:     Iron, PP-Up, Revive, TM47, Elixer
    You might like to come back later to investigate.  You need FLASH.  It takes 
    you to Lavender Town, but for now you'll want to go to Cerulean City to catch 
    the shady guy!  Kangaskhans are on the lower level, and they are pretty rare.
    Items:   Missing Part, TM07
    The shady character is in Misty's gym.  He tells you to forget you have seen 
    him.  Then he is on the Nugget Bridge, he challenges you to a battle.  When 
    you beat him he tells you the missing part from the Power Plant is in Misty's 
    gym, it is in the water.  It is too – if you go in and turn left then go up, 
    face the square of water and push the A button.  If you are in the right 
    spot, you'll get the part!
    Take the part back to the Power Plant.  Give it to the Manager, and he will 
    give you TM07.
    Go back to Cerulean City.  If you go by Bill's old house again, this time 
    you'll see Misty and a boy!!!  Romance in Cerulean!  Anyway, she's pretty 
    miffed when the guy runs off so she challenges you to a battle back at her 
    Misty has:
               L42 Golduck
               L42 Quagsire
               L44 Lapras
               L47 Starmie
    When you beat her, Misty gives you the Cascade Badge.
    Items:   Rail Pass
    Now that the Power Plant is up and running again, you might want to make use 
    of the Magnet Train which carries you from Saffron City to Goldenrod City.  
    To do this you need a Rail Pass.
    Go and talk to the Mimic Girl in Saffron City, she wants her Poke Doll.  The 
    Mimic Girl lives in the house second from the left in the top row of houses 
    in Saffron. She left it in Vermilion City.  Go see the guy in Vermilion with 
    the Clefairy Doll, he is in the Poke Fan Club.  Give it to the Mimic Girl.  
    She gives you a Rail Pass.  Now you can travel on the train.  The train goes 
    whenever you want to travel, which is better than waiting for the SS AQUA.  
    It also looks really cool.
    RT 8
    Pokemon:   Pidgeotto, Abra, Growlithe (Gold), Vulpix (Silver)
    Berry Tree:   PRZCURE
    Leave Saffron by the east exit.  You'll go past trainers on bikes.
    Items:     EXPN Card
    Go to the Radio Tower (it used to be the tower full of ghosts!) for your EXPN 
    Card.  This lets you tune in to radio in Kanto.  This will be important when 
    you go to capture Snorlax later – your radio can now play Poke Flute music.
    To the north is the Rock Tunnel, plus trainers.
    The Name Rater still lives in Lavender.  Mr Fuji lives in a small house in 
    front of the Radio Tower.  There is a Pokemon Memorial there.
    RT 12
    Pokemon:   Quagsire, Tentacool, Tentacruel
    Items:     Super Rod, Calcium, Nugget
    Leave Lavender Town via the south exit, and there are trainers and the 
    Fishing Guru's younger brother.  He gives you the Super Rod.  Keep going 
    around to Fuchsia City.  PokeFan Joshua is fun, he has 6 level 23 Pikachu!
    RT 11
    Pokemon:   Hypno, Magnemite, Drowzee, Rattata
    Berry Tree:   Berry
    Route 11 goes off Route 12, to the west, it goes to Vermilion City.
    RT 13
    Pokemon:   Chansey, Nidorina, Pidgeotto, Hoppip
    Route 12 becomes Route 13 as it turns west toward Fuchsia City.  
    RT 14
    Pokemon:   Aerodactyl, Nidorino, Skiploom, Nidorina
    Route 13 becomes Route 14 when it turns north. There is a girl in the grass 
    who wants to swap her Aerodactyl for your Chansey.  You need CUT to get to 
    RT 15
    Pokemon:   Nidorino, Hoppip, Nidorina, Chansey
    Items:     PP-Up
    Finally, Route 14 becomes Route 15 as it goes west again into Fuchsia.
    Pokemon:   Magikarp, Gyarados
    Items: TM06
    There have been a lot of changes in Fuchsia City.  The warden has gone 
    overseas, and the Safari Zone office is closed until further notice.  The 
    Mart is still only accessible using CUT.  Access to the sea is blocked off.  
    It is worth coming back later, though, as the roadworks are finished and you 
    can SURF!  It only takes you to Seafoam Islands, though.
    The invisible walls are still there!  Koga isn't though, he has been promoted 
    to the Elite Four.  His daughter Janine has taken over as Gym Leader.  Janine 
               L36 Crobat
               L36 Weezing
               L33 Ariados
               L36 Weezing
               L39 Venomoth
    When you beat her, Janine gives you the Soul Badge and TM06 – Toxic.
    Now head west to the Cycle Path.
    RT 16-18
    Pokemon:   Grimer, Muk, Fearow, Slugma, Qwilfish
    The Cycle Path is as steep as ever!  There are less trainers than there used 
    to be.  Qwilfish are really rare.
    Pokemon:   Grimer, for more see the Games Corner or Poke Mart
    Items:     TM03, Leftovers, for more see Games Corner or Poke Mart
    The Games Corner is still there.  Team Rocket have gone, though.  Next door 
    the prizes available are:
               Mr Mime  $3333     TM32  $1500
               Eevee    $6666     TM29  $3500
               Porygon  $9999     TM15  $7500
    In the bin in the restaurant, there is Leftovers!  Not just rubbish, but a 
    move which helps restore HP in battle.  Snorlax comes with it, it is pretty 
    There is a guy on the roof of Celadon Mansion, go there after dark for a 
    scary story!  He will reward you with TM03 – Curse.
    Erika is there, she has:
               L42 Tangela
               L46 Bellosum
               L41 Jumpluff
               L46 Victreebel
    When you beat her, Erika gives you the Rainbow Badge, and TM19 – Giga Drain.
    RT 7
    Pokemon:   Growlithe (Gold), Vulpix (Silver), Rattata, Spearow, Murkrow 
    (night), Houndour (night)
    Now lets go back to Vermilion City to catch that Snorlax!  This sucker is 
    BIG!  We had never seen such a big one!  Anyway, SAVE the game, then go up to 
    it, and tune your radio to the Poke Flute.  Use the direction button to tune 
    it.  Push A and it plays.  Snorlax attacks!  This guy is Level 50, and its 
    use of Leftovers makes it really hard to get it's HP down enough to catch it.  
    Rollout is a pain too.  Anyway, we got it down and caught it with a Great 
    Pokemon:   Diglett (duh!), Dugtrio
    Items:     Max Revive
    The Digletts have redecorated!  If you talk to a rock you can get Max Revive.  
    Items:     Nugget, Carbos, Elixer
    Once you get out the other end, visit the little house and talk to the guy.  
    He will give you a Nugget.  You need CUT to get to Pewter City.  There are 
    bug catching trainers around.
    Pokemon:   Rapidash
    Items:     Silver Wing/Rainbow Wing
    Berry Trees:   Ice, Mint
    At the PokeCentre, there is a guy with a Rapidash who wants to swap for your 
    Near the Mart, talk to an old guy who gives you a Silver Wing if you have 
    Gold, or a Rainbow Wing if you have Silver.
    Brock only has one apprentice, then you'll meet Brock himself.  Brock has:
               L41 Graveler
               L42 Omastar
               L41 Rhyhorn
               L44 Onix
               L42 Kabutops
    Brock gives you the Boulder Badge when you beat him.
    RT 3
    Pokemon:   Spearow, Rattata, Jigglypuff
    Pokemon:   Geodude, Zubat, Sandshrew (Gold), Sandslash (Gold), Paras, 
    Items:     Moon Stone (on Monday)
    There are trainers, although not as many as in RBY.
    Inside MT Moon, there is good ol' Rival!  He's been busy, he now has:
               L41 Sneasel
               L41 Magneton
               L42 Golbat
               L43 Gengar
               L43 Alakazam
               L45 version of his starter Pokemon
    There are a couple of exits, if you go down and right you get out the other 
    side.  If you go up then right, you go out to find a Mart!
    Come back to Mt Moon on a Monday night. In the square next to the Secret 
    Mart, you'll see a rock and two Clefairy dancing around it!  They see you and 
    buzz off back into Mt Moon.  You can go catch them – they turn out to be a 
    boy and a girl, just right for breeding!  You will also find a Moon Stone.
    RT 4
    Pokemon:   Spearow, Rattata, Jigglypuff, Ekans (Silver), Arbok (Silver)
    Items:     Max Potion, Dire Hit, HP-Up
    Berry Trees:   PSNCURE
    Go back to Pewter, then further south to Viridian City.
    RT 2
    Pokemon:   Pidgey, Pidgeotto, Metapod (Gold), Caterpie (Gold), Pikachu, 
    Weedle (Silver), Kakuna (Silver), Ledyba (Silver)
    Berry Trees:   PSNCURE
    Pokemon:   Spearow, Fearow, Doduo
    Items:     TM42
    The Gym is deserted.  At least for now!   
    The sleepy guy is still around, he gives you TM42 – Dream Eater.  
    If you check out the way to Victory Road, you'll see they have redecorated 
    too.  A guy tells you this is the way to Mt Silver, but you can't go there 
    There is a trainer house.  This is a fun little establishment!  You can go 
    there once a day to meet a trainer – the only reason for doing this is to 
    build up experience points.  What is interesting is who the trainer is.  
    If you have traded with another trainer, then he or she "appears" in your 
    trainer house, with the Pokemon they had at the time of trading.  Which is 
    fine, but when I went there I met Scott's Level 100 Mewtwo – sigh!
    RT 1
    Pokemon:   Pidgey, Rattata, Sentret, Furret
    Berry Trees:   Bitter Berry
    You can go visit Professor Oak!  He says to come back when you have all the 
    Kanto badges.  Keep going, SURF down to Cinnabar Island.  Watch out for the 
    Pokemon:   Magikarp, Shellder, Tentacool, Tentacruel
    Cinnabar has suffered a bit of a disaster!  Blaine has relocated to Seafoam 
    Islands.  The PokeCentre is still there.  If you talk to Blue (aka Gary) he 
    challenges you to meet him in the Viridian Gym.  Of course you will, but he 
    can wait until you have beat Blaine first!
    Pokemon:   Tentacool, Tentacruel
    The waters surrounding Seafoam Islands are riddled with Tentacool and 
    Tentacruel.  There are several trainers too.
    Blaine has remodeled this place.  Time for battle!  Blaine has:
               L45 Magcargo
               L45 Magmar
               L50 Rapidash
    Blaine gives you the Volcano Badge for beating him.
    Now its time to go up to Viridian City to take on the final Kanto Gym leader.
    Yep, it's Blue waiting for you.  He has:
               L56 Pidgeot
               L56 Rhydon
               L54 Alakazam
               L58 Gyarados
               L58 Exeggutor
               L58 Arcanine
    When you beat him, Blue gives you the Earth Badge.
    Now go to Pallet Town to visit Professor Oak.
    Professor Oak says that now you can go visit Mt Silver.  If you go there, the 
    guy who was blocking the way has gone.
    Pokemon:   Golbat, Ursaring, Graveler, Larvitar, Onix, Golduck, Quagsire, 
    Tangela, Ponyta, Poliwhirl, Poliwag, Rapidash, Doduo, Misdreavus, Sneasel
    Items:     Escape Rope, Dire Hit (talk to a rock!), Max Elixer, TM47
    When you enter Mt Silver, there is a sort of maze with ponds.  There is a 
    PokeCentre, and a house with a lady who gives you TM47.  There is also a 
    cave.  Walk through the cave to the far end, then enter – another cave!  Walk 
    to the end of that cave, and go through the hole, and there is Red, aka Ash.  
    This is your final battle.  Red has:
               L73 Espeon
               L75 Snorlax
               L77 Blastoise
               L77 Charizard
               L77 Venusaur
               L81 Pikachu
    Scott found that Red didn't give his L100 Mewtwo too many problems!  I still 
    have not had the pleasure of beating Red, I have to train my Pokemon up a bit 
    Now all that you need to do to complete the game is to collect all 250 
    Pokemon.  For some of these you will need to trade with RBY games, and for 
    some you'll need to trade with the G&S game you do not have.  Don't forget 
    that to get some Prevolutions like Pichu and Elekid, you will need to breed 
    male and female Pokemon at the Breeding Centre near Goldenrod.
    We have put this section together to answer a few questions that seem to 
    recur, maybe this will help you too.
    1.	Where is Lugia?
    OK, this is answered in the Walkthrough, but somehow people seem to miss it, 
    so here it is!
    Go west from Olivine, until you are past the fence. SURF south along the 
    fence.  You'll see an island to the left, with a whirlpool blocking the 
    entrance at the bottom of the island.  This will be the first island you come 
    to.  If you find yourself travelling west you have gone too far.
    Use WHIRLPOOL to go in.  Go into the entrance of the cave.  You need FLASH.  
    Follow the path, heading right.  When the path splits, go left toward the top 
    of the screen.  Keep going, climb ladders and walk over land, you will get to 
    water.  SURF down, then go down the waterfall.  If you look around carefully 
    you will see a cave entrance, go in.  (It is toward the top of the screen).  
    Now SURF up the pond and there is Lugia.  In Gold it is Level 70, in Silver 
    it is only Level 40.  I used my Ampharos and a combination of Thunder Punch 
    and Thunder Shock to wear it down, then Ultra Balls to capture.
    2.	There is someone blocking the Blackthorne City Gym, how do I get past 
    When you beat Pryce at Mahogany gym, you will get a phone call from Professor 
    Elm telling you there is trouble in Goldenrod, at the Radio Tower.  You have 
    to deal with it now.  Once you do, you will not only get your Silver or 
    Rainbow Wing as a reward, you will also be able to get to the Blackthorne 
    Gym.  Details on what to do on your return to Goldenrod can be found in the 
    walkthrough above.
    3.	Where is HM03 – SURF?
    Again, this is detailed above but for some reason it must not stand out – 
    probably because we mention it before you actually come across it.  Anyway, 
    here it is:  In Ecruteak, there is a Dance Theatre, starring the Kimono 
    Girls.  Each Kimono Girl has a different L25 evolution of Eevee.  If you beat 
    each one in battle, then go talk to a guy in the audience, he will give you 
    HM03.  Teach it to your fave Water pokemon and you are ready to go back to 
    those places we told you that you could SURF!
    4.	Where is HM07 – Waterfall?
    We only noted before that it is in the Ice Path.  After the big ice patch, 
    keep going right to a small ice patch.  It too has a maze to negotiate, with 
    a Poke Ball containing HM07.  In case you get stuck, it goes like this:  
    skate right, up, left, down, left, up, right and you should get to the Poke 
    5.	Where do I get the Radio EXPN card?
    Well, sure, most people realise that you get it in Lavender Town, in the 
    tower that used to have Mr Fuji in it.  But before you can get the card, you 
    need to visit the Power Plant and get the power running again.  Then come 
    back and visit the Tower, talk to a guy inside who gives you the Card.
    6.	My Eevee won't evolve into Umbreon/Espeon.  What do I do?
    Pokemon who evolve through happiness can take a while to evolve.  See the 
    section on Evolution, it should help!  And remember, if your Eevee evolves 
    during the day it becomes Espeon, and if it evolves at night it becomes 
    Umbreon.  I accidentally got an Umbreon because I took my Eevee to Pokemon 
    League to get experience, and it was nearly 6:00.  I got distracted while 
    playing, and it took longer to complete than I had intended.  So Eevee 
    actually evolved AFTER 6:00. The moral of the story – be aware of the time 
    when training your Eevee ^v^ .
    7.	Help!  I can't find (Dunsparce, Marill, Qwilfish, Remoraid, Snubbull, 
    Sure, you may well run into these Pokemon while you are in the right area, 
    but you have to be really lucky because they are rare.  The easiest way to 
    find these Pokemon is to exchange telephone numbers with particular trainers.  
    The down side is that they keep ringing you to challenge you to another 
    battle, or to tell you how well they are doing training their Pokemon.  But 
    the good thing is they tell you when the Pokemon you want is swarming, so if 
    you go to the right area straight away there will be LOTS of them to catch!
    Note, it is important to go within about a half hour, the swarm does not last 
    The trainers are:
         Dunsparce   Anthony on RT 33
         Marill      Parry on RT 45
         Qwilfish    Ralph on RT 32
         Remoraid    Wilton on RT 44
         Snubbull    Chad on RT 38
         Yanma       Arnie on RT 35
    If you have a Pocket Pikachu, version 2, it can send gifts to your Gold or 
    Silver game!  You decide how many watts to send, and the gift varies 
    On the Pocket Pikachu, go to the gift icon, then choose send.  Choose the 
    number of watts you want to send, from 1 to 999.  Then on the Gameboy, start 
    the game, and on the startup menu, choose Mystery Gift.  Now point the two 
    infra red communication ports at each other, and press the "A" button on 
    both.  Pikachu gets all excited, and your gift appears in the gameboy.
    To collect the gift in G&S, you go upstairs in any PokeCentre, and talk to 
    the guy you see behind the counter.
    Gifts sent will include:
               100W   Berry
               200W   Bitter Berry
               300W   Great Ball
               400W   Max Repel
               500W   Ether
               600W   Miracle Berry
               700W   Gold Berry
               800W   Elixer
               900W   Revive
    New Bark:     No Mart
    Cherrygrove:  PokeBall, Potion, Antidote, Parlyz Heal, Awakening.
    Violet:       PokeBall, Potion, Escape Rope, Antidote, Parlyz Heal, 
    Awakening, X-Defend, X-Attack, X-Speed, Flower Mail.
    Azalea:       Charcoal, Pokeball, Potion, Super Potion, Escape Rope,  Repel, 
    Antidote, Parlyz Heal, Flower Mail
    Goldenrod:    See in the Walkthrough under Goldenrod City
    Ecruteak:     PokeBall, Great Ball, Potion, Super Potion, Antidote, Parlyz 
    Heal, Awakening, Burn Heal, Ice Heal, Revive
    Olivine:      Great Ball, Super Potion, Hyper Potion, Antidote, Parlyz Heal, 
    Awakening, Ice Heal, Super Repel, Surf Mail
    Cianwood:     No Mart
    Mahogany:     Rage Candy Bar, Great Ball, Super Potion, Hyper Potion, 
    Antidote, Parlyz Heal, Super Repel, Revive, Flower Mail
    Blackthorn:   Great Ball, Ultra Ball, Hyper Potion, Max Potion,  Full Heal, 
    Revive, Max Repel, X-Defend, X-Attack
    Vermilion:    Ultra Ball, Super Potion, Hyper Potion, Revive, Parlyz Heal, 
    Awakening, Burn Heal, Lite Blue Mail
    Saffron:      Great Ball, Ultra Ball, Hyper Potion, Max Potion, Full Heal, X-
    Attack, X-Defend, Flower Mail
    Cerulean:     Great Ball, Ultra Ball, Super Potion, Super Repel, Full Heal, 
    X-Defend, X-Attack, Dire Hit, Surf Mail
    Lavender:     Great Ball, Potion, Super Potion, Max Repel, Antidote, Parlyz 
    Heal, Awakening, Burn Heal
    Fuchsia:      Great Ball, Ultra Ball, Super Potion, Hyper Potion, Full Heal, 
    Max Repel, Flower Mail
    Celadon:      Poke Ball, Great Ball, Ultra Ball, Escape Rope, Full Heal, 
    Antidote, Burn Heal, Ice Heal, Awakening, Parlyz Heal, Potion, Super Potion, 
    Hyper Potion, Max Potion, Revive, Super Repel, Max Repel, TM10, TM11, TM17, 
    TM18, TM37, Poke Doll, Lovely Mail, Surf Mail, X-Accuracy, Guard Spec, Dire 
    Hit, X-Attack, X-Defend, X-Speed, X-Special, HP-Up, Protein, Iron, Carbos, 
    Calcium, Fresh Water, Soda Pop, Lemonade
    Pewter:       Great Ball, Super Potion, Super Repel, Antidote, Parlyz Heal, 
    Awakening, Burn Heal
    Viridian:     Ultra Ball, Hyper Potion, Full Heal, Revive, Antidote, Parlyz 
    Heal, Awakening, Burn Heal, Flower Mail
    Pallet:       No Mart
    Cinnabar:     No Mart
    Secret Mart on Mount Moon:   Poke Doll, Fresh Water, Soda Pop, Lemonade, 
    Repel, Portrait Mail
    Indigo Plateau:   Ultra Ball, Max Repel, Hyper Potion, Max Potion, Full 
    Restore, Revive, Full Heal
    Legendary Beasts
    Releasing the Legendary Beasts from the Burnt Tower is pretty easy (and it is 
    described fully in the Walkthrough!).  Catching them again is much harder!
    These beasts wander around Johto.  They only go in the grass, so you don't 
    need to look in buildings or caves.  However, there doesn't seem to be any 
    pattern to where they do go!
    Several people have told us where they first spotted the Beasts.  Common 
    starting points seem to have been RT 29, RT 37, and RT 45/6.  Once they have 
    been spotted but not captured, their whereabouts can be monitored using the 
    Pokedex.  A word of warning, though, if you look on your Pokedex and see that 
    there is a Beast on, say, RT 37 and you are on RT 45, by the time you get to 
    RT 37 it is almost certain to be gone.  
    It appears that the Beasts change location every time you enter a city or 
    cave.  They also seem to get fed up waiting for you to find them if you are 
    in the right area but don't come across them, and they will go away.  
    One suggestion is that you pick a route with only one patch of grass to 
    search through.  Then keep walking from the grass to the nearest city and 
    back, remembering to check the Pokedex to see if the Beast you are after is 
    in your patch when you are!  Because the Beasts like to wander, sooner or 
    later you WILL be in the same patch at the same time.
    If you want to go hunting for Legendary Beasts, a good plan is to start by 
    buying LOTS of Max Repels.  That way you wont get caught in battles with 
    other Pokemon who just waste your time.  The lead Pokemon should be somewhere 
    between L38-41 (39 is a common suggestion – but on the other hand I did find 
    Raikou when my L15 Togepi was the lead Pokemon.)  Haunter is a good Pokemon 
    to use, equipped with Mean Look (to stop the Beast escaping), and Hypnosis 
    (to put it to sleep and hopefully allow you to pick it off at your leisure).  
    A move with a set amount of damage like Dragon Rage or Seismic Toss is good 
    so you won't accidentally kill the thing off with a critical hit.
    Remember, even if the Beast escapes, it retains any damage done to it, so it 
    is that bit weaker next time you fight it.
    Suggested balls to use include Fast Balls (slip Kurt a few white apricorns!), 
    or Ultra Balls.  I caught my first Beast with a Great Ball (after my fast 
    ball had failed!), so never underestimate the power of Great Balls – but 
    perhaps it is wiser not to rely on them!  
    And of course, there is always the Master Ball – preferably after using the 
    Duplicating Trick as outlined in the Evolution section!  
    I think the wisest piece of advice we got was from BcilMnkOx10 – who says 
    that you need to be in the mood to catch them, otherwise you won't.  -_^)
    Most Pokemon in this game evolve by experience.  That is, train them up 
    enough and they will evolve!  One way to increase a Pokemon's experience is 
    to have it as your lead Pokemon, then change it to actually battle an 
    opponent.  This works well if you know your stronger Pokemon will be able to 
    withstand the enemy attack, but it can be a nuisance because it wastes a 
    In RBY you could get EXP.ALL which shared the experience points in battles.  
    In G&S they have improved this – you can get EXP.SHARE which you get the 
    Pokemon you want to train up to hold.  It does not even have to appear in 
    battle, and it gets half the experience points!  This way your stronger 
    Pokemon can be the lead Pokemon and your Pokemon-in-training still gets 
    experience points.  
    Where do you pick up EXP.SHARE?  Just take the Red Scale you found in the 
    Dragon Cave and give it to Mr Pokemon (at the place you got the Mystery Egg).  
    He will give you EXP.SHARE in return.
    As in RBY, four Pokemon evolve when you trade them.  They are: Alakazam from 
    Kadabra; Gengar from Haunter; Golem from Graveler; and Machamp from Machoke.  
    This is just a simple trade.
    In G&S, trading can be even more fun (and you get different Pokemon!) by 
    trading Pokemon who are holding an object.  It works like this:
              Give Scyther Metal Coat to get Scizor
              Give Onix Metal Coat to get Steelix
              Give Poliwhirl Kings Rock to get Politoed
              Give Slowpoke Kings Rock to get Slowking
              Give Seadra Dragon Scale to get Kingdra
              Give Porygon Upgrade to get Porygon 2
    Of course, the person you trade to will have to give your new Pokemon back 
    (no kidding!!!), but at least then both of you will record having both 
    Pokemon, even though only you actually hold it.
    And of course, if you trade an RBY Abra in to your Gold or Silver game, it 
    comes to you holding TM09 – Psych Up.  This is handy because TM09 cannot be 
    found or bought in the game!
    Several Pokemon need Evolution Stones to evolve, just like in RBY.  In G&S, 
    though, there are not enough Evolution Stones to go around!  You can get Sun 
    Stones and Moon Stones, but there is only one of each of Fire, Thunder, Leaf 
    and Water.  What to do?  Well, you can either trade like mad, or do the 
    Duplication Trick.
    The Duplication Trick works like this:
    You get the item you want to duplicate, and give it to a Pokemon to hold. I 
    find it is a good idea to only have two Pokemon in your party, the one 
    holding the item, and another one you don't care too much if you lose it.  If 
    you need to put some Pokemon away first, remember to SAVE the game after you 
    do, otherwise you may end up duplicating Pokemon you don't actually want!
    Anyway, there you are, with the Pokemon holding the item and one other 
    Pokemon.  Turn on the computer, and put the Pokemon holding the item away in 
    a box.  Then go to change boxes.  When you see the beginning of the message 
    telling you that the game is saving, don't turn off the power, TURN YOUR 
    GAMEBOY OFF.  You have to do it WHILE THE MESSAGE IS COMING, not before or 
    If you have done the trick successfully, when you turn your gameboy on again 
    you should have the Pokemon you put away back in your party as well as in the 
    box you stored it in.  Sometimes you will lose the second Pokemon, but never 
    the one you put away.
    This trick is not only useful for duplicating Evolution Stones and the Master 
    Ball, but it is also a good way to get more Eevees so you can get every 
    evolution.  Or more of any Pokemon you fancy!
    Some Pokemon only evolve by happiness.  If the Pokemon is happy it will 
    evolve, otherwise it will not.  These Pokemon are:
         Chansey into Blissey (makes sense, that one!)
         Cleffa into Clefairy
         Eevee into Espeon or Umbreon
         Golbat into Crobat
         Igglybuff into Jigglypuff
         Pichu into Pikachu
         Togepi into Togetic
    There are things which will make your Pokemon happy.  First, and probably 
    most obvious, is to keep it in your party all the time.  No Pokemon will feel 
    happy in a box!  
    Let it hold items, a good choice is the item which will increase the power of 
    its moves, for example Pink Bow will increase the strength of Normal moves, 
    so give it to Igglybuff.
    Obviously your Pokemon will want battle experience, but should it faint or 
    suffer status changes like poison or paralysis, heal it up as soon as 
    possible.  A good way to gain experience for your Pokemon is to take it to 
    Pokemon League, this not only increases the happiness factor but also helps 
    level it up faster (have it as your lead Pokemon then switch in battle).
    Pokemon enjoy being groomed.  There are two places you can do this, they are 
    the Underground Salon, and in Pallet Town.  In the Underground Salon, in 
    Goldenrod, there are the two Haircut Brothers.  The older one charges more, 
    but he is more experienced.  You can only get one haircut per day.  In Pallet 
    Town, if you visit Blue's sister Daisy between 3:00 and 4:00 in the afternoon 
    and she will groom your Pokemon while you have a cup of tea.
    Pokemon also like to be given "steroids" – protein, carbos, iron and calcium.  
    This is pretty effective, but also quite expensive!
    Pokemon do not like to be put in their box, and they do not like being 
    traded.  Putting it in Day Care will not help either.
    If you want to check how happy your Pokemon is, make sure it is the lead 
    Pokemon and go visit the Happiness Rater in Goldenrod.  She lives in a house 
    behind the Mart.  When she says it trusts you or it loves you, it is nearly 
    ready to evolve.
    Pokemon types and locations
    We have included as many types of Pokemon as we could find.  There were some 
    Pokemon found in numerous places, so we may not have listed all the sites.
    Also, we have not yet found all the Pokemon, if you have found any please 
    feel free to contact us to tell us where they are.  Especially if you have 
    any hints about the Legendary Beasts!  I have found and captured Raikou and 
    Entei, but can't find Suicune, while Scott is chasing Suicune!
    Abra – Psychic – Games Corner in Goldenrod, Route 24, 5, 6, 8
    Aerodactyl – Rock/Flying – See girl on RT14, swap for your Chansey
    Aipom – Normal – RT 29 and 44, in trees
    Alakazam – Psychic – Evolves by trading Kadabra
    Ampharos – Electric – Evolves from Flaaffy with experience
    Arbok – Poison – Evolves from Ekans with experience, and RT 4
    Arcanine – Fire – Evolves from Growlithe using Fire Stone
    Ariados – Bug/Poison - Evolves from Spinarak with experience, also RT 2
    Articuno – Ice/Flying – RBY
    Azumarill - Water    - Evolves from Marill with experience
    Bayleef – Grass – Evolves from Chikorita
    Beedrill – Bug/Poison – Evolves from Kakuna with experience, and National 
               Park, and in Silver, Ilex Forest, in trees at night
    Bellossom – Grass – Evolves from Gloom using Sun Stone
    Bellsprout – Grass/Poison – RT 31, 32, 44, 5, 6, 24/5
    Blastoise – Water – Evolves from Wartortle
    Blissey - Normal - Evolves from Chansey by happiness
    Bulbasaur – Grass/Poison - RBY
    Butterfree – Bug/Flying – Evolves from Metapod with experience, and National 
                 Park, and in Gold, Ilex Forest, in trees at night
    Caterpie – Bug – National Park, and in Gold, RT 30, 31, Ilex Forest and RT 2
    Celebi – Grass/Psychic – need a gameshark …
    Chansey – Normal – RT 13-15
    Charizard – Fire/Flying – Evolves from Charmeleon with experience
    Charmander – Fire - RBY
    Charmeleon – Fire – Evolves from Charmander with experience
    Chikorita – Grass – One of the starter Pokemon from Professor Elm
    Chinchou – Water/Electric – Fish from the dock at Olivine where the SS Aqua 
               arrives from Vermilion
    Clefable – Normal – Evolves from Clefairy using Moon Stone
    Clefairy – Normal – Mt Moon, night
    Cleffa – Normal – Breed from two Clefairy
    Cloyster – Water/Ice – Evolves from Shellder using Water Stone
    Corsola – Water/Rock – Cianwood, fishing with Super Rod
    Crobat – Poison/Flying - Evolves from Golbat by happiness
    Croconaw – Water – Evolves from Totodile with experience
    Cubone – Ground – Rock Tunnel
    Cyndaquil – Fire – One of the starter Pokemon from Professor Elm
    Delibird – Ice/Flying – Ice Path
    Dewgong – Water/Ice – Evolves from Seel with experience
    Diglett – Ground – Diglett's Cave
    Ditto – Normal – RT 34
    Dodrio – Normal/Flying – Evolves from Doduo with experience
    Doduo – Normal/Flying – RT 26/7, Viridian City, Mt Silver
    Donphan - Ground – Evolves from Phanpy, also Victory Road, Mt Silver (Silver)
    Dragonair – Dragon – Evolves from Dratini with experience, Dragon Cave
    Dragonite – Dragon/Flying – Evolves from Dragonair with experience
    Dratini – Dragon – Dragon Cave
    Drowzee – Psychic – RT 34, 35, 11
    Dugtrio – Ground – Diglett's Cave, and evolves from Diglett with experience
    Dunsparce – Normal – Dark Cave (rare)
    Eevee – Normal – Free from Bill in Goldenrod, or as a prize from the Games 
            Corner in Celadon City 
    Ekans – Poison – Silver: RT 32, 4  Gold:  Goldenrod Games Corner
    Electabuzz – Electric – Power Plant
    Electrode – Electric – Evolves from Voltorb with experience
    Elekid – Electric – Breed from two Electabuzz
    Entei – Fire – One of the Legendary Beasts, somewhere around Johto
    Espeon – Psychic – Evolves from Eevee, it has to be happy and evolve during 
    the day
    Exeggcute – Grass/psychic – Ilex Forest, at night, in trees
    Exeggutor – Grass/Psychic – Evolves from Exeggcute using Leaf Stone
    Farfetch'd – Normal/Flying – RT 38
    Fearow – Normal/Flying – Evolves from Spearow with experience, RT 10
    Feraligatr – Water – Evolves from Croconaw with experience
    Flaaffy – Electric – Evolves from Mareep with experience
    Flareon – Fire – Evolves from Eevee using Fire Stone
    Forretress – Bug/Steel - Evolves from Pineco with experience
    Furret – Normal – Evolves from Sentret with experience
    Gastly – Ghost/Poison – Bellsprout Tower (night), Tin Tower
    Gengar – Ghost/Poison – Evolves from Haunter (Trade)
    Geodude – Rock – Mt Mortar, RT 45/6, Dark Cave, Rock Tunnel, Mt Moon
    Girafarig – Normal/Psychic – RT 43
    Gligar – Ground/Flying – RT 45/6
    Gloom – Grass/Poison – Evolves from Oddish with experience
    Golbat – Poison/Flying – Secret Islands, Mt Mortar, Ice Path, RT 26/7, 
             Victory Road, Mt Silver
    Goldeen – Water – RT42, Mt Mortar, RT 26/7, 9, 10
    Golduck – Water – Evolves from Psyduck with experience, RT 6
    Golem – Rock/Ground – Evolves from Graveler (Trade)
    Granbull – Normal – Evolves from Snubbull
    Graveler – Rock/Ground – Evolves from Geodude with experience, Mt Silver, 
               Dark Cave, Mt Mortar, RT 45/6, Victory Road 
    Grimer – Poison – RT 16-18, Celadon City
    Growlithe – Fire – Gold: RT 36,37,7,8
    Gyarados – Water/Flying – Red Gyarados: Lake of Rage, regular Gyarados evolve
               from Magikarp with experience, Fuchsia City
    Haunter – Ghost/Poison – Evolves from Gastly with experience
    Heracross – Bug/Fighting – RT 29 and 44, in trees
    Hitmonchan – Fighting – Evolves from Tyrogue
    Hitmonlee – Fighting – Evolves from Tyrogue
    Hitmontop – Fighting – Evolves from Tyrogue, attack = defence
    Ho-oh – Fire/Flying – Roof of Tin Tower, Ecruteak
    HootHoot – Normal/Flying – RT 29, 31, 37 – at night
    Hoppip – Grass/Flying – RT 32, 13-15
    Horsea – Water – Secret Islands
    Houndoom – Dark/Fire – Evolves from Houndour with experience
    Houndour – Dark/Fire – RT 7 at night
    Hypno – Psychic – Evolves from Drowzee with experience
    Igglybuff – Normal – Breed from two Jigglypuff
    Ivysaur – Grass/Poison – Evolves from Bulbasaur with experience
    Jigglypuff – Normal – Route 4
    Jolteon – Electric – Evolves from Eevee using Thunder Stone
    Jumpluff – Grass/Flying - Evolves from Skiploom with experience
    Jynx – Ice/Psychic – Ice Path
    Kabuto – Rock/Water – RBY
    Kabutops – Rock/Water – Evolves from Kabuto with experience
    Kadabra – Psychic – Evolves from Abra with experience, also RT7
    Kakuna – Bug – Evolves from Weedle with experience, National Park, Silver: RT
             30, 31, Ilex Forest
    Kangaskhan – Normal – Rock Tunnel
    Kingdra – Water/Dragon - Evolves from Seadra by trade, holding Dragon Scale
    Kingler – Water – Evolves from Krabby with experience
    Koffing – Poison – Burnt Tower
    Krabby – Water – Dark Cave, Olivine, Secret Islands, Cianwood
    Lanturn – Water/Electric - Evolves from Chinchou with experience
    Lapras – Water/Ice – Union Cave on Fridays
    Larvitar – Rock/Ground – Mt Silver
    Ledian – Bug/Flying – Evolves from Ledyba with experience
    Ledyba – Bug/Flying – Silver: RT 31, 2 – morning
    Lickitung – Normal – RT 44
    Lugia – Psychic/Flying – Secret Islands
    Machamp – Fighting – Evolves from Machoke by trading
    Machoke – Fighting – Evolves from Machop, also Rock Tunnel, Mt Mortar
    Machop – Fighting – Goldenrod (swap), Rock Tunnel, Mt Mortar
    Magby – Fire – Breed from two Magmar
    Magcargo - Fire - Evolves from Slugma with experience
    Magikarp – Water – Slowpoke Well, Ilex Forest, Lake of Rage, RT 44, Dragon 
               Den, Dark Cave, Fuchsia City, Cinnabar Island, Union Cave
    Magmar – Fire – basement, Burnt Tower, Ecruteak
    Magnemite – Electric/Steel – RT 6, RT 11
    Magneton – Electric/Steel – evolves from Magnemite with experience
    Mankey – Fighting – RT 42, 9
    Mantine – Water/Flying – Gold: RT 41
    Mareep – Electric – RT 32, 42
    Marill – Water – Mt Mortar, in the entrance as you approach from Ecruteak
    Marowak – Ground – Evolves from Cubone with experience, and Rock tunnel
    Meganium – Grass – Evolves from Bayleef with experience
    Meowth – Normal – Silver: RT 38, 5, 6
    Metapod – Bug – National Park, Gold: RT 30, 31, Ilex Forest, 2
    Mew – Psychic – gameshark?
    Mewtwo – Psychic - RBY
    Miltank – Normal – RT 38
    Misdreavus – Ghost – Mt Silver 
    Moltres – Fire/Flying - RBY
    Mr Mime – Psychic – Route 21
    Muk – Poison – Evolves from Grimer with experience
    Murkrow – Dark/Flying – RT 7 (night)
    Natu – Psychic/Flying – Ruins of Alph
    Nidoking – Poison/Ground – Evolves from Nidorino using Moon Stone
    Nidoqueen – Poison/Ground – Evolves from Nidorina using Moon Stone
    Nidoran female – Poison – RT 35
    Nidoran male – Poison – RT 35
    Nidorina – Poison – Evolves from Nidoran female with experience, and RT 13-15
    Nidorino – Poison – Evolves from Nidoran male with experience, and RT 13-15
    Ninetales – Fire – Evolves from Vulpix using Fire Stone
    Noctowl – Normal/Flying - Evolves from HootHoot with experience
    Octillery – Water – Evolves from Remoraid with experience
    Oddish – Grass/Poison – Ilex Forest (night), RT 24/5
    Omanyte – Rock/Water – RBY
    Omastar – Rock/Water – Evolves from Omanyte with experience
    Onix – Rock – Violet City (swap), Victory Road, Rock Tunnel, Mt Silver
    Paras – Bug/Grass – Ilex Forest, National Park, Mt Moon
    Parasect – Bug/Grass – Evolves from Paras with experience
    Persian – Normal – Evolves from Meowth with experience
    Phanpy - Ground - RT 45/6 (Silver) 
    Pichu – Electric – Breed from two Pikachu
    Pidgeot – Normal/Flying – Evolves from Pidgeotto with experience
    Pidgeotto – Normal/Flying – Evolves from Pidgey with experience, and RT 24/5, 
                8, 13, 2
    Pidgey – Normal/Flying – RT 29, 30, 35, National Park, RT 36, 6, 5, 24/5, 2, 
    Pikachu – Electric – Viridian Forest (Route 2)
    Piloswine – Ice/Ground - Evolves from Swinub with experience
    Pineco – Bug – In the trees in Ilex Forest and RT 43
    Pinsir – Bug – National Park
    Politoed – Water - Evolves from Poliwhirl by trade, holding Kings Rock
    Poliwag – Water – RT 30, 31, Ruins of Alph, RT 44, Mt Silver
    Poliwhirl – Water – Evolves from Poliwag with experience, and RT 30, 31, Mt 
    Poliwrath – Water/Fighting – Evolves from Poliwhirl using Water Stone
    Ponyta – Fire – RT 26/7, Mt Silver
    Porygon – Normal – Games Corner, Celadon City
    Porygon 2 - Normal - Evolves from Porygon by trade, holding Upgrade
    Primeape – Fighting – Evolves from Mankey with experience, and RT 42, 9
    Psyduck – Water – Ilex Forest, RT 34, 35, 6
    Quagsire – Water/Ground – Evolves from Wooper by experience
    Quilava – Fire – Evolves from Cyndaquil with experience
    Qwilfish – Water/Poison - RT 32, 16-18 (rare)
    Raichu – Electric – Evolves from Pikachu using Thunder Stone
    Raikou – Electric – One of the Legendary Beasts, found in Johto… somewhere!
    Rapidash – Fire – Evolves from Ponyta with experience, and Mt Silver
    Raticate – Normal – Evolves from Rattata with experience, and RT 38, Mt
               Mortar, RT 26/7, 9,10
    Rattata – Normal – RT 29, 46, Bellsprout Tower, Mt Mortar, RT 26/7, 9, 10, 7, 
              3, 4, 1
    Remoraid – Water – RT 44 (fishing)
    Rhydon – Rock/Ground – Evolves from Rhyhorn with experience 
    Rhyhorn – Rock/Ground – Victory Road
    Sandshrew – Ground – Gold: Union Cave, Mt Moon  Silver: Goldenrod Games 
    Sandslash – Ground – Evolves from Sandslash with experience
    Scizor – Bug/Steel - Evolves from Scyther by trade, holding Metal Coat
    Scyther – Bug/Flying – National Park
    Seadra – Water – Evolves from Horsea with experience
    Seaking – Water – Evolves from Goldeen with experience, and Mt Mortar, RT 
              26/7, 24/5, 9, 10
    Seel – Water/Ice – Secret Islands
    Sentret – Normal – RT 29, 1
    Shellder – Water – Cinnabar Island
    Shuckle – Bug/Rock – Cianwood (gift), Dark Cave
    Skarmory – Steel/Flying – RT 45/6, Mt Silver
    Skiploom – Grass/Flying - Evolves from Hoppip with experience
    Slowbro – Water/Psychic – Evolves from Slowpoke with experience
    Slowking – Water/Psychic – Evolves from Slowpoke by trade, holding Kings Rock
    Slowpoke – Water/Psychic – Slowpoke Well
    Slugma – Fire – RT 16-18
    Smeargle – Normal – Ruins of Alph (grassy bit)
    Smoochum – Ice/Psycic - Breed from a Jynx and a Ditto
    Sneasel – Dark/Ice – Mt Silver
    Snorlax – Normal – Blocking the path to the Diglett's Cave
    Snubbull – Normal – RT 38
    Spearow – Normal/Flying – RT 29, 46, 42, 9, 10, 7, 3, 4, Viridian City
    Spinarak – Bug/Poison – RT 31, 37 – at night
    Squirtle – Water – RBY
    Stantler – Normal – RT 37 at night
    Starmie – Water/Psychic – Evolves from Staryu using Water Stone
    Staryu – Water – Cianwood (fishing at night)
    Steelix – Steel/Ground – Evolves from Onix by trade, holding Steel Coat
    Sudowoodo – Rock – RT 36
    Suicune – Water – One of the Legendary Beasts, found somewhere in Johto
    Sunkern – Grass – National Park, RT 24/5
    Sunflora – Grass – Evolves from Sunkern using Sun Stone
    Swinub – Ice/Ground – Ice Path
    Tangela – Grass – RT 44, Mt Silver
    Tauros – Normal – RT 38
    Teddiursa – Normal – Gold: RT 45/6
    Tentacool – Water/Poison – Anywhere there is sea!
    Tentacruel – Water/Poison – Evolves from Tentacool with experience, and 
                 anywhere there is sea
    Togepi – Normal – Hatches from the Mystery Egg
    Togetic – Normal/Flying - Evolves from Togepi by happiness
    Totodile – Water – Starter Pokemon from Professor Elm
    Typhlosion – Fire – Evolves from Quilava with experience
    Tyranitar – Rock/Dark - Evolves from Larvitar with experience
    Tyrogue – Fighting – Mt Mortar
    Umbreon – Dark – Evolves from Eevee, by happiness, it needs to evolve at 
    Unown – Psychic – Ruins of Alph
    Ursaring – Normal – Gold: Victory Road, Mt Silver
    Vaporeon – Water – Evolves from Eevee using Water Stone
    Venomoth – Bug/Poison – Evolves from Venonat with experience, also RT 24 and 
    Venonat – Bug/Poison – National Park, RT 43, 24/5
    Venusaur – Grass/Poison – Evolves from Ivysaur with experience
    Victreebel – Grass/Poison – Evolves from Weepinbell using Leaf Stone
    Vileplume – Grass/Poison – Evolves from Gloom using Leaf Stone
    Voltorb – Electric – Olivine (swap), RT 9, 10
    Vulpix – Fire – Silver: RT 36, 37, 8, 7
    Wartortle – Water – Evolves from Squirtle with experience
    Weedle – Bug – National Park, Silver: 30, 31, 2
    Weepinbell – Grass/Poison – Evolves from Bellsprout with experience
    Weezing – Poison – Evolves from Koffing with experience
    Wigglytuff – Normal – Evolves from Jigglypuff using Moon Stone
    Wobbuffet – Psychic – Dark Cave
    Wooper – Water/Ground – Ruins of Alph, RT 32 (night), Union Cave
    Xatu – Psychic/Flying - Evolves from Natu with experience 
    Yanma – Bug/Flying - RT 35 (night)
    Zapdos – Electric/Flying - RBY
    Zubat – Poison/Flying – Dark Cave, Union Cave, Slowpoke Well, Ilex Forest, 
            Burnt Tower, Secret Islands, Mt Mortar, Ice Path, Rock Tunnel, Mt 
            Moon.  They are more common in Gold for some reason – just my luck 
    Amulet Coin:      Doubles monetary earnings (Hold)
    Berry:            A self-restore item (10HP, Hold)
    Bicycle:          For riding!
    Bitter Berry:     Self-cure for confusion (Hold)
    Blackglasses:     Powers up dark-type moves (Hold)
    Blk Apricorn:     Kurt makes Heavy Ball (for heavy Pokemon)
    Blu Apricorn:     Kurt makes Lure Ball (use when fishing)
    Burn Heal:        Heals burned Pokemon
    Burnt Berry:      A self-cure for freezing (Hold)
    Calcium:          Raises special stats of one Pokemon
    Carbos:           Raises speed of one Pokemon
    Charcoal:         Powers up fire-type moves (Hold)
    Cleanse Tag:      Helps repel wild Pokemon (Hold)
    Coin Case:        Holds up to 9999 game coins
    Dire Hit:         Ups critical hit ratio for 1 battle
    Dragon Fang:      Powers up dragon type moves (hold)
    Dragon Scale:     A rare dragon-type item
    Elixer:           Restores PP of all moves by 10
    Eon Mail:         Eevee-print mail (Hold)
    Escape Rope:      Used for escaping from caves etc
    Ether:            Restores PP of one move by 10
    Everstone:        Stops evolution (Hold)
    Focus Band:       May prevent fainting (Hold)
    Full Heal:        Eliminates all status problems
    Full Restore:     Fully restores HP and Status
    Gold Berry:       A self-restore item (30HP, Hold)
    Good Rod:         A good rod for fishing
    GRN Apricorn:     Kurt makes Friend Ball (Pokemon you catch already like you)
    Guard Spec:       Prevents stat reduction for 1 battle
    Hard Stone:       Powers up rock-type moves
    HP Up:            Raises HP of one Pokemon
    Hyper Potion:     Restores Pokemon HP by 200
    Ice Berry:        A self-heal for burn (Hold)
    Ice Heal:         Defrosts frozen Pokemon
    Kings Rock:       May make the foe flinch
                      Also helps some Pokemon evolve (Hold)
    Master Ball:      The best ball.  It never misses
    Max Elixer:       Fully restores the PP of one Pokemon
    Max Ether:        Fully restores PP of one move
    Max Potion:       Fully restores Pokemon HP
    Max Revive:       Fully restores a fainted Pokemon
    Metal Coat:       Powers up steel-type moves (Hold)
    Mint Berry:       A self awakening for sleep (Hold)
    Moonstone:        Evolves certain types of Pokemon
    Mysteryberry:     A self-restore for PP (Hold)
    Mystic Water:     Powers up water-type moves
    Nevermeltice:     Powers up ice-type moves (Hold)
    Nugget:           Made of pure gold – sell high!
    Old Rod:          Good for catching Magikarp
    Pass:             A ticket for the Magnet Train
    Pink Bow:         Powers up normal-type moves
    PNK Apricorn:     Kurt makes a Love Ball (for catching Pokemon of the 
                      opposite gender to your lead Pokemon)
    PP Up             Raises the max PP of a selected move
    Poison Barb:      Powers up poison-type moves
    PSNCURE Berry:    A self-cure for poison (Hold)
    Quick Claw:       Powers up grass-type moves (hold)
    Rainbow Wing:     A mystical feather of rainbow colors
    Rare Candy:       Raises level of a Pokemon by one
    Red Apricorn      Kurt makes Level Ball (for catching Pokemon of a 
                      significantly lower level than your lead Pokemon)
    Red Scale:        A scale from the Red Gyarados
    Repel:            Repels weak Pokemon for 100 steps
    Revive:           Restores a fainted Pokemon up to half HP
    Silver Wing:      A strange silver colored feather
    Smoke Ball:       Escape from wild Pokemon (Hold)
    Squirtbottle:     A bottle used for watering plants
    SS Ticket:        Lets you ride on the SS AQUA
    Sun Stone:        Evolves certain types of Pokemon
    Super Rod:        The best rod for catching Pokemon
    Super Potion:     Restores Pokemon HP by 50
    Surf Mail:        Lapras-print mail (Hold)
    Up-Grade:         A mysterious box made by the Silph Co
    Wht Apricorn:     Kurt makes Fast Ball (for fast Pokemon)
    X-Accuracy:       Raises accuracy for 1 battle
    X-Attack:         Raises attack for 1 battle
    X-Defend:         Raises defence for 1 battle
    X-Special:        Raises special for 1 battle
    X-Speed:          Raises speed for 1 battle
    YLW Apricorn:     Kurt makes a Moon Ball (for catching Pokemon who
                      evolve using Moon Stones)
    TMs and HMs
    Most of these TMs and all the HMs can be found or bought.  The exception is 
    TM09 – Psych Up, which you obtain be trading an Abra from RBY for one of your 
    G&S Pokemon.  When you go to check out your new Abra, it is holding TM09!
    TM01 Dynamic Punch – always causes confusion
    TM02 Head Butt – may make the foe flinch
    TM03 Curse – works differently for ghost types (!)
    TM04 Rollout – Attacks 5 turns with increasing power
    TM05 Roar – Scares wild foes to end battle
    TM06 Toxic – A poison move with increasing damage
    TM07 Zap Cannon – An attack that always paralyses
    TM08 Rock Smash – may lower defence
    TM09 Psych Up – Copies the foe's stat changes
    TM10 Hidden Power – varies with the Pokemon
    TM11 Sunny Day – Boosts fire moves for 5 moves
    TM12 Sweet Scent – reduces the foe's evasiveness
    TM13 Snore – An attack you can only use while sleeping
    TM14 Blizzard – An attack that may freeze the foe
    TM15 Hyper Beam - 
    TM16 Icy Wind – An ice attack that lowers speed
    TM17 Protect – Foils attack that turn.  May fail
    TM18 Rain Dance – Boosts water-type moves for 5 turns
    TM19 Giga Drain – Steals half the damage inflicted
    TM20 Endure – Always leaves at least 1 HP
    TM21 Frustration – Powers up based on how unhappy the Pokemon is
    TM22 Solarbeam – two part move
    TM23 Iron Tail – An attack that may reduce defence
    TM24 Dragon Breath – a strong breath attack (!)
    TM25 Thunder – Paralyses 30% of the time
    TM26 Earthquake – Tough move, useless against flying foes
    TM27 Return – An attack based on loyalty
    TM28 Dig – two part move
    TM29 Psychic – An attack that may lower special defence
    TM30 Shadow Ball – An attack that may lower special defence
    TM31 Mud Slap – Reduces the foe's accuracy
    TM32 Double Team – Evasion rises
    TM33 Ice Punch – may cause freezing
    TM34 Swagger – Causes confusion and raises attack
    TM35 Sleep Talk – Randomly attacks while asleep
    TM36 Sludge Bomb – An attack that may poison the foe
    TM37 Sand Storm – Inflicts damage every turn
    TM38 Fire Blast – Causes a burn 10% of the time
    TM39 Swift – An attack that never misses
    TM40 Defence Curl – Heightens the user's defence
    TM41 Electric Punch – may cause paralysis
    TM42 Dream Eater
    TM43 Detect – Evades attack for that turn.  It may fail
    TM44 Rest – Sleep for 2 turns to fully recover
    TM45 Attract – makes the opposite gender infatuated
    TM46 Thief – An attack that may steal a held item
    TM47 Steel Wing – Stiff wings strike the foe
    TM48 Fire Punch – may cause a burn
    TM49 Fury Cutter – Successive hits raise power
    TM50 Nightmare – A sleeper loses one quarter HP each turn
    HM01 Cut – Cuts shrubs
    HM02 Fly – Fly!
    HM03 Surf – for crossing calm water
    HM04 Strength – moves boulders
    HM05 Flash – illuminates dark caves
    HM06 Whirlpool – calms whirlpools 
    HM07 Waterfall – allows you to travel up waterfalls
    --- Thank you Scott!
    Thank you Linda!---
    But seriously, several people have sent us information on Pokemon types and 
    locations.  So we would like to say THANK YOU to the following people:
    Dr Evil, for his information on Chinchou and Lanturn
    Judy Newton for her information on TMs
    Trunk T for his information on several Pokemon locations
    Lucky 10640 for reminding us about the different Wings!
    Pokemaster Doug for information on Marill and Hitmonlee/Hitmonchan
    Dennis Kwok for information on several Pokemon including the Legendary Beasts
    Karen C Trendel for information on Igglybuff
    Katman for information on Corsola and Celebi
    Brendan Roberts and Gunsmith BTL for telling us about the Duplicating Trick
    Gunsmith BTL for lots of other info, especially on Pokemon Evolutions
    Princess Artemis for info on Remoraid and Octillery, and Yanma
    Thundershocker for information on several Pokemon
    BcilMnkOx10 for information, including the Legendary Beasts
    Ben Anderson, Steven Pettigrew, Steve (different guy!), and Ace Azzameen for 
    information on the Legendary Beasts
    Draco for information on several Pokemon
    Matthew Gear for info on Remoraid and Octillery
    Robert Carson for info on evolution by happiness, the Legendary Beasts, and 
    items in the Sprout Tower

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