Pokemon FAQ Red/Blue US Version %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% % Pokemon FAQ Red/Blue % % By Mike Meevasin % % Version 5.8 % % firstname.lastname@example.org % %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% Finally updated after so long. Hopefully this won't be the last. I am also working on other FAQ's for the other Pokemon games, so look for them soon. -------------------------------------- %%%Table of Contents%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% I. Revision History II. FAQ III. Walkthrough IV. Pokedex V. Pokemon Skills VI. TM and HM VII. The Battle Chart VIII. Secrets and Misc. Stuff IX. Credits/Disclaimer ****************************************** I. Revision History ****************************************** Version 5.8 (6/23/99) - Updated some FAQ questions as well. - Added Mew to the Pokedex (after forgetting all this time) - Fixed the Mew GS Code. - Added another way to get MissingNo. - Fixed more errors and things here and there. - Took out the Catch other trainer's Pokemon Code. Veriosn 5.6 (4/06/99): - Added some clarifications to the code section. - Minor things fixed here and there. - Finished the skills section. Version 5.4 (2/16/99): - Added the Seafoam Island Glitch. - Updated the Skills section. - Edited things here and there. - Added a Gamesahrk Code to get Mew. - Added a Catch Other trainers Pokemon. Version 4.8 (1/28/99): - Added the Level 100+ Code. - Added the 108 Master Ball Code. - Added a note to the Missingno. Code - Updated the Skills section. - Added some more notes to the Pokedex Section. Version 4.3 (1/16/99): - Updated the Skills section. - Minor changes to the Walkthrough and other things. - Added a note to The Battle Chart. - Added a new FAQ question. - Added some notes to the Pokedex Section. Version 4.0 (12/27/98): - Started adding to the skills section. - Added a new section and some info to it. Version 3.2 (12/19/98): - Put the Skills section back. - Finished the Walkthrough. - More minor things changed here and there. Version 2.8 (12/17/98): - Updated more to the Walkthrough. - Fixing little things here and there. Version 2.4 (12/10/98): - Merged the Pokedex and Evolution together. - Took out the Skills section. - Edited the Walkthrough. - Finished the Pokedex. - Fixed the TM section. Hopefully it's easier to read. Version 1.4 (10/27/98): - Added a lot of new levels to the Pokemon evolution. It should be done. - Updated the Pokedex. - Fixed the Revision History up a bit. - Got a better battle chart. - TM list now complete! - Updated a little bit of the Walkthrough o Fixed up some of the Walkthrough o Added some treasures to some areas - Fixed table of contents a bit. Version 0.4 (10/20/98): - Seems I forgot to add some things before I sent my first FAQ out. I will try to add as much as I can today - Added some new Pokemon to the Pokemon Evolution. - Added some description to some sections I was missing. - Put up a little more of the Walkthrough. - Fixed the TM and HM section. Version 0.0 (10/15/98): - This is the first time I have ever written a FAQ. So please bear with me. - I am doing this from the Red version. Note that there is no big difference between the Red and Blue version. - My cousin will be adding things for the Blue Version that may be missing from the Red. So if something is different in Blue he will give it to me. ****************************************** II. FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) ****************************************** Q. What exactly is Pokemon? A. Pokemon is a game that focuses on collecting and training 150 different monsters. Q. I've heard that there are different versions of Pokemon, how many are there? A. There are 6 Game Boy versions to Pokemon. The first to come out was the Red and Green version. The Blue version was released as a special mail in offer. The Yellow version has you start off with Pikachu and fighting Jessie and James from the cartoon. The sequels, Gold and Silver are also coming soon. Q. What version are released in America? A. The Blue and Red version. Q. Is there any difference between them? A. Yes, for example in the Blue version you will not find any Ekans while in the Red you will be able to capture a Ekan and vice versa. They also have a different rarity. I will classify them as many, few, one, or none. Q. Will there be a sequel? A. Yes. There will be a Silver and Gold version. So far the only thing known is that there are at least 250 different Pokemon! Q. Is there an N64 version? A. Yes, it is called Pokemon Stadium. It comes with the 64GB Pak. It allows you to transmit your monsters from the Gameboy to the N64 and battle it out with someone else. Q. Is it true that there are more than 150 monsters? A. Yes, there is at least 151 Pokemon and it is Mew. I'm not sure how to get him, but when I do I will put it in the FAQ. Q. How do you do the e in Pokemon? A. Hold alt and press 0233. ****************************************** III. Walkthrough ****************************************** %%%Pallet Town & Route 1%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% Pokemon found in Pallet Town: # 01 Bulbasuar- one found in both # 04 Chrmander- one found in both # 07 Squirlte- one found in both Treasure found in Pallet Town: Town Map Pokemon found in Route 1: # 16 Pidgey- many in both # 19 Rattata- many in both (Note: I used Ash and Gary for the names.) You start the game in your bedroom. There is a computer here. Get a potion from it. It will help in the next battle. Now leave the town, Professor Oak will stop you. He will bring you to his lab and give you a Pokemon. You can choose Bulbasaur, Charmander, and Squirtle. Choose any you wish but I suggest Bulbasuar, he will get you through the beginning of the game a little easier. Get your Pokemon and leave. Gary will then challenge you. (Note: Odds are in his favor, because he always chooses a Pokemon that is stronger than yours.) Beat Gary to get some cash, if not, return to your mom and have her heal your Pokemon. Now head to Route 1. Route 1 has two Pokemon, Pidgey and Rattata. You need a Poke Ball to capture them, which you don't have. For now let your Pokemon fight to gain a few levels. If your Pokemon is injured return to your mom to heal. Now head to Viridian City. %%%Viridian City & Route 22%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% Pokemon found in Route 22: # 19 Rattata- many in both # 21 Spearow- few in both # 29 Nidoran (F)- few in red, none in blue # 32 Nidoran (M)- many in red, none in blue Treasures found along Route 22: TM 27 TM 42 Viridian City has a Poke Center, gym, Poke Mart, and a man behind a bush. (You get TM 42 from him.) Use the Poke Center to heal, gather info, trade, and access the computers. The top is Someone's PC (Note: It will change to Bill's PC later). It lets you store and retrieve any Pokemon you've caught. The second is your PC, and the third is Professor Oak's PC. Goto the Poke Mart. Talk to the person at the counter and she will give you a package. Go back to Pallet Town and give the package to Professor Oak. He will give you a Pokedex. This will help you learn about the Pokemon you've seen, caught, data, and where they are found. Also get a Town Map from Gary's sister. Go back to the Poke Mart. Buy some Poke Balls. Head to Route 1 to catch Rattata and Pidgey. To do this beat them until their life is low, and use a Poke Ball on them. If they are weak enough you will catch them and they will be yours.(You can only have six Pokemon at a time, if you have six and catch another it will goto Bill's PC.) To the left of Viridian City is Route 22, and the Pokemon League. You can't enter without any badges so goto Route 2. %%%Route 2 & Viridian Forest%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% Pokemon found in Route 2: # 10 Caterpie- few in Red, many in Blue # 13 Weedle- many in Red, few in Blue # 16 Pidgey- many found in both # 19 Rattata- many found in both # 122 Mr. Mime- one in both Treasures found along Route 2: HP UP Moon Stone Pokemon found in Viridian Forest: # 10 Caterpie- few in Red, many in Blue # 11 Metapod- few in Red, many in Blue # 13 Weedle- many in Red, few in Blue # 14 Kakuna- many in Red, few in Blue # 25 Pikachu- few found in both Treasures found along Viridian Forest: Antidote Poke Ball Potion Route 2 is short. Just head north. Before you enter I suggest to buy some Antidotes. You will meet other trainers here. Trainers are the only way to get money, so fight every one you see. Trainers also give you more experience than you normally get from fighting a wild Pokemon. Leave the forest and head towards Pewter City. %%%Pewter City%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% Treasure found in Pewter City: Old Amber TM 34 This town has a Museum, gym, Poke Center, and a Poke Mart. Restock your items and rest. Gain a few levels before entering the gym. If you wish goto the Museum. When you're ready enter the gym to face Brock. There is another trainer, but he shouldn't give you much trouble. Beat him and heal if you must, if not go and face Brock. Brock has two Pokemon. Geodude at Lv12 and an Onix at Lv14. Beat Brock to get the Boulderbadge and TM34. This increases the power of your Pokemon. When you're ready head to Route 3. %%%Route 3 & Mt. Moon%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% Pokemon found in Route 3: # 16 Pidgey- many in both # 21 Spearow- many in both # 39 Jigglypuff- few in both # 129 Magikarp- one in both Pokemon found in Mt. Moon: # 35 Clefairy- few in both # 41 Zubat- many in both # 46 Paras- few in both # 74 Geodude- few in both Treasures found in Mt. Moon: Escape Rope HP UP Moon Stone x2 Potion x2 Rare Candy TM 01 TM 12 Dome Fossil Helix Fossil This route is a level gainer. Near the end of Route 3 is a Poke Center and Mt. Moon. A guy in the Poke Center will sell you a Magikarp, don't buy it. While in Mt. Moon you will see Team Rocket. They have some of the stronger Pokemon in the game so take caution when facing them. You will also find the Dome and Helix fossils. You can only choose one, so choose wisely. The Helix gives you Omanyte and the Dome gives you Kabuto. You get them later in the game. Also before you reach the fossils, there is a little road that leads to a dead end. Search around there to get a Moon Stone. Exit Mt. Moon and you will be in Route 4. %%%Route 4 & Cerulean City%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% Pokemon found in Route 4: # 19 Rattata- many in both # 21 Spearow- few in both # 23 Ekans- few in red, none in blue # 27 Sandshrew- few in blue, none in red Treasures found in Route 4: TM 04 Pokemon found along Cerulean City: # 124 Jynx- traded in both versions Treasures found in Cerulean City: Bicycle TM 11 TM 28 Route 4 is a simple route. Head east and you will reach Cerulean City. (Note: If you enter Cerulean, you can't return. If you missed anything or you want to catch any Pokemon you missed do it now.) Cerulean City has a Poke Mart, Poke Center, gym, and a Bike Shop. The bike is 1,000,000, so you won't be buying this soon. In one of the houses a guy will trade a Poliwrath for a Jynx. Poliwraths are found by evolving them from Poliwhirl. Poliwhirl are found in the water. Get a rod and start fishing. If you head north of town, you will hit Route 24. Be warned Gary challenges you here. Save before you fight, or build up. The house in the upper right corner is the only way out of town. But a cop is blocking you. To make him move you must beat the gym leader. The gym leader is Misty, and she has two Pokemon. Staryu at Lv18 and Starmie at Lv21. They are water type so build Pokemon that are strong against water. Beat her and you will receive the Cascadebadge and TM 11. This badge assures that Pokemon at Lv30 and below will obey you. Rest and head to Route 24, and face Gary if you haven't. %%%Route 24 & 25%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% Pokemon found in Route 24 & 25: # 10 Caterpie- few in red, many in blue # 11 Metapod- few in red, many in blue # 13 Weedle- many in red, few in blue # 14 Kakuna- many in red, few in blue # 16 Pidgey- few in both # 43 Oddish- few in red, none in blue # 63 Abra- few in both # 69 Bellsprout- none in red, few in blue Treasure found along Route 24 & 25: TM 19 TM 45 Route 24 & 25 is another level gaining area. Before you enter Route 24 a few trainers are in the way. You will have to face 5 trainers and one Team Rocket member. Beat them all for a Nugget. Sell this for money. After you hit the end of Route 25 you will see a cottage. Inside is Bill the Pokemon guy. He asks for your help. Help him to get a SS ANNE TICKET. After you get the ticket leave and re- enter. Check his computer to learn about Eevee and its evolution. When you are done head back to Cerulean City. Now go to the house that was blocked by a cop. Go inside to see what happened. Go out the hole to fight a Team Rocket member. Beat him to get TM 28. Now head to Route 5. %%%Route 5 & Route 6%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% Pokemon found in Route 5 and 6: # 16 Pidgey- many in both # 29 Nidoran (F)- one in both # 43 Oddish- few in red, none in blue # 52 Mewoth- none in red, few in blue # 56 Mankey- few in red, none in blue # 69 Bellsprout- none in red, few in blue Route 5 has nothing except new Pokemon and a Daycare Center. Here Pokemon can gain levels without you gaining them up. You can't choose what skills it learns and if you want it to evolve or not. Head to the building to the East. If you go through the center, you can't pass. Also someone in here will trade you a Nidoran (F) for a Nidoran (M). You will be in Route 6 after going through the pass. Only a few trainers and the same Pokemon from Route 5, are in Route 6 so don't spend much time here. %%%Vermilion City & SS Anne%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% Pokemon found in Vermilion City: # 83 Farfetch'd- only one found in both Treasures found in Vermillion City: Bike Voucher Old Rod TM 24 Treasures found in the SS Anne: HM 01 TM O8 TM 44 Ether Great Ball Max Ether Max Potion Rare Candy You will be in Vermilion City for a while so build up before heading on. The gym is blocked by a bush, so you need to find a way to cut it. The Captain of the SS Anne has HM 01 which will teach a Pokemon Cut. You should have gotten the ticket from Bill, if you didn't go get it. Go to the house in the upper left. A guy will give you the old rod. This lets you catch some Water Pokemon. Goto the houses above the gym. The house to the left is the Pokemon Fan Club. Talk to the guy on the couch and he will give you a Bike Voucher. Take this to Cerulean City and get a bike for free! The house to the right will trade a Farfetch'd for a Fearow. When you are done head to the SS Anne. The SS Anne is full of trainers and treasures. Wander around the ship, fight, and get the treasures. Gary is also on the ship, and stops you from reaching the Captain. Beat Gary and get HM 01 from the Captain. (Note: If you get HM 01 and leave the ship, the ship will sail off. Be sure to collect the treasures, and fight all the trainers.) Use HM 01 on a Pokemon that can learn it. Cut the bush that was blocking the gym. The gym has a little puzzle. The switch is placed at random, so I can't tell you where it is. But, when you find one switch the next switch is right next to it. Unlock the doors and head to Lt. Surge. Lt. Surge has three electric Pokemon. Voltorb at Lv21, Pikachu at Lv18, and Raichu at Lv24. Defeat Lt. Surge to get a TM 24 and the Thunderbadge. This increases the speed of your Pokemon a little. Now head to Route 11. %%%Route 11 & Diglett's Cave%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% Pokemon found in Route 11: # 21 Spearow- many in both # 23 Ekans- many in red, none in blue # 27 Sandshrew- none in red, many in blue # 96 Drowzee- few in both Pokemon found in Diglett's Cave: # 50 Diglett- many in both # 51 Dugtrio- few in both Treasures found along Route 11: Itemfinder Treasures found along Route 2: HM 05 HP UP Moon Stone Route 11 has one new Pokemon and some trainers. When you reach the end of Route 11, a Snorlax blocks you. You can't do a thing now so head to Diglett's Cave. If you have 30 Pokemon with you enter the building at the end of Route 11. Professor Oak's aide will give you an Itemfinder. If you don't have 30 come back when you do. This is the only place to find Diglett, so catch one now. If you are lucky you can even get a Dugtrio, but if you don't just evolve your Diglett. When you reach the end you will find yourself at Viridian Forest. Bring a Pokemon with the Cut ability. In one of the houses Professor Oak's aide has HM 05. You need 10 Pokemon before he will give it to you, but you should have way more than 10. Also someone will trade an Abra for Mr. Mime. When you are done head back to Cerulean City. Head East to Route 9. %%%Route 9, 10 & The Rock Tunnel%%%%%%%%%%%% Pokemon found in Route 9 & 10: # 19 Rattata- many in both # 21 Spearow- many in both # 23 Ekans- many in red, none in blue # 27 Sandshrew- none in red, many in blue # 100 Voltorb- many in both Treasure found along Route 9 TM 30 Pokemon found in The Rock Tunnel: # 41 Zubat- many in both # 66 Machop- few in both # 74 Geodude- few in both # 95 Onix- few in both Route 9 and 10 are your basic routes. You will see a Poke Center near the end. Heal up and head into the Rock Tunnel. The tunnel will be pitched black so use HM 05 on a Pokemon to light the area. After you exit Rock Tunnel head south to Lavender Town. %%%Lavender Town, Route 7, & 8%%%%%%%%%%%% Treasures found in Lavender Town: Poke Flute Pokemon found in Route 7: # 16 Pidgey- few in both # 37 Vulpix- none in red, few in blue # 43 Oddish- few in red, none in blue # 52 Mewoth- none in red, few in blue # 56 Mankey- few in red, none in blue # 58 Growlithe- few in red, none in blue # 69 Bellsprout- none in red, few in blue Pokemon found in Route 8: # 16 Pidgey- few in both # 23 Ekans- few in red, none in blue # 27 Sandshrew- none in red, few in blue # 37 Vulpix- none in red, few in blue # 52 Mewoth- none in red, few in blue # 56 Mankey- few in red, none in blue # 58 Growlithe- few in red, none in blue Lavender Town is the home of dead Pokemon. They souls rest in Pokemon Tower. If you go into the tower you will meet plenty of ghosts, which you cannot identify. You must come back later in order to catch these ghosts. For now head to Route 8. At the end of Route 8 is another tollbooth which you will not be able to pass. So you will have to take the underground passage again. When you come out of the pass you will be in Route 7. From here head on to Celadon City. %%%Celadon City & Game Corner%%%%%%%%%% Pokemon found in the Game Corner: # 30 Nidorina- 1,200 coins in red # 33 Nidorino- 1,200 coins in blue # 35 Clefairy- 500 coins in red, 750 in blue # 63 Abra- 180 coins in red, 120 in blue # 123 Scyther- 5,500 coins in red # 127 Pinsir- 2,500 coins in blue # 133 Eevee- one in both # 137 Porygon- 9,999 coins in red, 6,500 in blue # 147 Dratini- 2,800 coins in red, 4,600 in blue Treasures Found in Celadon City: Diploma TM 13 TM 18 TM 21 TM 41 TM 48 TM 49 Treasures Found in Game Corner: Escape Rope HP UP Hyper Potion Iron Lift Key Moon Stone Nugget Rare Candy Silph Scope Super Potion TM 02 TM 07 TM 10 Celadon City is huge. It has the biggest Poke Mart ever, and many other things that will keep you coming back here for awhile. First head to the building in the north. Goto the one in the middle and learn various things about Pokemon. Now find a way to the back of this building. In the back a guy will give you an Eevee. Eevee can be evolved into 3 different types of Pokemon depending on what stone you use on it. A Fire Stone will give you Flareon, a Water Stone gives you Vaporeon, and a Thunder Stone gives you Jolteon. Now head to the Poke Mart. Talk to all the people at the counter to receive some free TM's. Also on the 4th floor, be sure to buy a Poke Doll. Now head to the top floor. There a girl will tell you she is thirsty. Buy 2 Fresh Waters, 1 Soda Pop, and 1 Lemonade. Give her one of each to receive some TM's from her. Now goto the buildings down south. Goto the bar and talk to that guy in the corner. He will give you a coin case. Now head either to the gym or to the center of town to the Game Corner. I suggest going to the game corner first. In the game corner you can play slots to earn TM's and Pokemon. The only thing you should be playing for is Porygon. The others you can find elsewhere. In the game corner there is a Team Rocket member blocking a switch. Beat him and press the switch. A hidden staircase will appear go down it. You will be in the secret base of Team Rocket. You need to find a lift key in order to reach the boss of Team Rocket. It is on the fourth basement. Go down and defeat the boss to receive the Silph Scope. With this you can know identify ghost and capture them. Now head to the gym. The leader there is Erika. She has a Victreebel at Lv.29, Tangela at Lv.24, and Vileplume at Lv.29. When you defeat her you will get the Rainbow Badge and TM 21. With this badge all Pokemon at Lv.50 and below will obey you. Now head back to Lavender Town. %%%Pokemon Tower%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% Pokemon found in Pokemon Tower: # 92 Gastly- many in both # 93 Haunter- few in both # 104 Cubone- few in both Treasures found in Pokemon Tower: Awakening Escape Rope Ether HP UP Nugget Rare Candy X Accuracy With the Silph Scope in hand head to the Pokemon Tower. You will be able to identify and capture ghost Pokemon now. On the second floor you will meet Gary. He will challenge you to another fight. Beat him and keep heading up the tower. Try to make it to the 4th floor. If you do you will be able to heal without using items or heading back to the Poke Center. When you reach the 6th floor a Marowak. I don't think you can capture it, so don't waste your Poke Balls on it. On the 7th floor you will see Mr. Fuji being bothered by Team Rocket. Beat them, and goto Mr. Fuji's home. He will give you a Poke Flute, which allows you to wake up sleeping Pokemon. Now head towards Saffron City. %%%Saffron City & Silph Co.%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% Pokemon found in Saffron City: # 106 Hitmonlee- one in both # 107 Hitmonchan- one in both Treasures found in Saffron City: TM 29 TM 31 TM 46 Pokemon found in Silph Co.: # 131 Lapras- one in both Treasures found in Silph Co.: Calcium Carbos Card Key Escape Rope Full Heal HP UP Hyper Potion Master Ball Max Revive Protein Rare Candy TM 03 TM 09 TM 26 TM 36 X Accuracy Saffron City is another base for Team Rocket. A lot of the buildings will be blocked by Team Rocket. You have to beat their leader in order to make all of them leave. In the mean time visit all the houses that you can enter. One guy will give you a TM. Also be sure to visit the Fighting gym. You will not win a badge here, but you will receive a rare Pokemon. Beat the gym leader and he will reward you with either a Hitmonlee or Hitmonchan. Take any that you wish. Now when you are ready head to the Silph Co. located right in the center of town. When you enter the Silph Co. head straight to the fifth floor. Grab the card key there and head to the ninth floor. A lady there will heal your Pokemon saving you the trip of heading back in and out of the building. Now wander through the building gathering the treasures and fighting the other trainers. If you want to beat this part head to the third floor. Open the door to the left, and enter the warp tile. You will end up on the seventh floor. Gary will appear here and challenge you. Defeat him to head on. Also the guy that was watching you battle will give you a Lapras. Now keep heading forward. Beat Team Rocket's leader, and talk to the guy on the couch. He will give you a Master Ball. Save this for later on. Now that the entire town is open to you head to the house in the upper-left. A girl here copies everything you do. Give her a Poke Doll and she will give you TM 31. Now head to the gym that was being blocked. Here you have to navigate you way through some warp tiles to reach her. When you do reach her she will have four Pokemon. Kadabra at Lv.38, Mr. Mime at Lv.37, Venomoth at Lv.38 and Alakazam at Lv.43. Defeat them all to receive TM 46 and the Marsh Badge. With this badge any Pokemon Lv.70 and lower will obey you. %%%Route 12, 13, 14, & 15%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% Pokemon found in Route 12: # 16 Pidgey- many in both # 43 Oddish- few in red, none in blue # 44 Gloom- few in red, none in blue # 48 Venonat- few in red, none in blue # 69 Bellsprout- none in red, few in blue # 70 Weepinbell- none in red, few in blue # 143 Snorlax- one in both Treasures found along Route 12: Iron Super Rod TM 16 Pokemon found in Route 13: # 16 Pidgey- few in both # 43 Oddish- few in red, none in blue # 44 Gloom- few in red, none in blue # 48 Venonat- few in both # 69 Bellsprout- none in red, few in blue # 70 Weepinbell- none in red, few in blue # 132 Ditto- few in both Pokemon found in Route 14 & 15: # 16 Pidgey- few in both # 17 Pidgeotto- few in both # 43 Oddish- few in red, none in blue # 44 Gloom- few in red, none in blue # 48 Venonat- few in both # 69 Bellsprout- none in red, few in blue # 70 Weepinbell- none in red, few in blue # 132 Ditto- few in both Treasures found along Route 14 & 15: Exp. All TM 20 With everything out of the way head to Route 12. Use the Poke Flute you got from Mr. Fuji to wake the sleeping Snorlax. It is quite difficult to catch him, but if you do not manage to catch him here there is another place to catch a Snorlax. Near the end of Route 12 is a fisherman's house. Talk to him to receive the Super Rod. Pass through Route 13, 14, and 15 and you will eventually reach Fuchsia City. Also near the end of Route 15, another one of Professor Oak's aide will give you an Exp. All. You must have collected at least 50 Pokemon for him to hand you the Exp. All. %%%Fuchsia City & Safari Zone%%%%%%%%%%%%% Pokemon found in Fuchsia City: # 108 Lickitung- one in both Treasures found along Fuchsia City: Good Rod HM 04 TM 06 Pokemon found in Safari Zone: Entrance: # 29 Nidoran (F)- none in red, few in blue # 30 Nidorina- few in both # 32 Nidoran (M)- few in red, none in blue # 33 Nidorino- few in both # 47 Parasect- few in both # 48 Venonat- few in both # 102 Exeggcute- few in both # 111 Rhyhorn- few in both # 133 Chansey- few in both # 123 Scyther- few in red, none in blue # 127 Pinsir- none in red, few in blue Section 1: # 29 Nidoran (F)- few in both # 30 Nidorina- none in red, few in blue # 32 Nidoran (M)- few in both # 33 Nidorino- few in red, none in blue # 46 Paras- few in both # 47 Parasect- few in both # 84 Doduo- few in both # 102 Exeggcute- few in both # 115 Kangaskhan- few in both # 123 Scyther- few in red, none in blue # 127 Pinsir- none in red, few in blue Section 2: # 29 Nidoran (F)- none in red, few in blue # 30 Nidorina- few in both # 32 Nidoran (M)- few in red, none in blue # 33 Nidorino- few in both # 46 Paras- few in both # 49 Venomoth- few in both # 111 Rhyhorn- few in both # 102 Exeggcute- few in both # 111 Rhyhorn- few in both # 113 Chansey- few in both # 128 Tauros- few in both Section 3: # 29 Nidoran (F)- few in both # 30 Nidorina- none in red, few in blue # 32 Nidoran (M)- few in both # 33 Nidorino- few in red, none in blue # 48 Venonat- few in both # 49 Venomoth- few in both # 84 Doduo- few in both # 102 Exeggcute- few in both # 115 Kangaskhan- few in both # 128 Tauros- few in both Treasures found in the Safari Zone: Carbos Full Restore Gold Teeth HM 03 Max Potion x2 Max Revive Nugget Protein TM 32 TM 37 TM 40 The Safari Zone is what makes Fuchsia City stand out. You will probably have to make a few trips in order to get all the treasures and catch all the Pokemon they have there. The most important thing you need is the Gold Teeth and HM 03. HM 03 will let you be able to cross waters and reach areas that you may have not been able to reach before. The HM 03 is located at the very end of the Safari Zone. You will need to get there before your time runs out though. Also the Gold Teeth is nearby as well. Now head to the warden's house. Give him the teeth and you will get HM 04, which will teach your Pokemon the strength ability. Also be sure to head to the gym. The leader there is a guy named Koga. He has four poison type Pokemon. Koffing at Lv.37, Muk at Lv.39, Koffing at Lv.37, and Weezing at Lv.43. There are invisible walls all over the place, so you may have to stumble your way through in order to find your way. Defeat Koga and you will receive the Soul Badge along with TM 06. With this badge the defense of your Pokemon will increase. When you are done head west to Route 18. A boy there will trade you a Slowbro for Lickitung. %%%Route 16, 17, 18, & Power Plant%%%%%%%% Pokemon found in Route 16: # 19 Rattata- few in both # 20 Raticate- few in both # 21 Spearow- many in both # 84 Doduo- few in both # 142 Snorlax- one in both Treasures found in Route 16: HM 02 Pokemon found in Route 17 & 18: # 20 Raticate- few in both # 21 Spearow- many in both # 22 Fearow- few in both # 84 Doduo- few in both Pokemon found in the Power Plant: # 25 Pikachu- few in both # 26 Raichu- none in red, few in blue # 81 Magnemite- few in both # 82 Magnemite- few in both # 100 Voltorb- few in both # 125 Electabuzz- few in red, none in blue # 145 Zapdos- one in both Treasures found in the Power Plant: Carbos HP UP Rare Candy TM 25 TM 33 This route is perfect for your bicycle. In fact the only way to go back and forth between these routes is with a bicycle. The only thing worth mentioning about this route is another Snorlax as well as HM 02. You can catch another Snorlax here if you did not manage to catch one before, also with the HM 02 you can now travel to any town you have visited instantly. You this to travel back to Cerulean City. Head to Route 9 and use Surf. You will now be able to enter the Power Plant. Entering the Power Plant you will see many treasures lying around. Some are disguised Voltorb and Electrode. Also in the Power Plant you will see the rare bird Zapdos. You will only have one chance to catch it, so be sure to save before you fight him. The best way I have found to catch Zapdos is to weaken him down quite a bit, and then use a skill that can stop Zapdos from attacking. Sleep, paralyze and freeze have been known to stop Zapdos. This also makes it much easier to catch him. When you have caught Zapdos head back to Fuchsia City and head south. %%%Route 19, 20 and Seafoam Island%%%%%%%% Pokemon found in Route 19 & 20: # 72 Tentacool- many in both Pokemon found in Seafoam Island: # 41 Zubat- few in both # 42 Golbat- few in both # 54 Psyduck- few in both # 55 Golduck- few in both # 79 Slowpoke- few in both # 78 Slowbro- few in both # 86 Seel- few in both # 87 Dewgong- few in both # 90 Shellder- few in both # 98 Krabby- none in red, few in blue # 99 Kingler- none in red, few in blue # 116 Horsea- few in red, none in blue # 117 Seadra- few in red, none in blue # 120 Staryu- few in both # 144 Articuno- one on both To reach Seafoam Island you will have to pass through Route 19, and have a Pokemon with the surf ability. Also be sure to bring a Pokemon with the Strength ability. Seafoam Island is like a mini maze. In order to get through this place you must push the boulders into the holes. If you do not the water will pull you back to another part of the cavern. While down here you will also discover Articuno. It can only be found here, so again be sure to save before taking him on. You should use just about the same tactics you used on Zapdos to capture Articuno. When you are done head out. You will be in Route 20. Keep heading forward and you will soon reach Cinnibar Island. %%%Cinnibar Island & The Pokemon Mansion%% Pokemon found in Cinnibar Island: # 138 Omanyte- one in both # 140 Kabuto- one in both # 142 Aerodactyl- one in both Treasures found in Cinnibar Island: TM 38 Pokemon found in Pokemon Mansion: # 37 Vulpix- none in red, few in blue # 58 Growlithe- few in red, none in blue # 77 Ponyta- many in both # 88 Grimer- few in red, many in blue # 109 Koffing- many in red, few in blue # 110 Koffing- few in both # 126 Magmar- none in red, few in blue Treasures found in Pokemon Mansion: Calcium Carbos Escape Rope Full Restore Iron Max Potion Moon Stone Rare Candy Secret Key TM 14 TM 22 Cinnibar Island is where research on extinct Pokemon takes place. Here the scientists will bring back to life Aerodactyl and either Omanyte or Kabuto. They gym here will be locked, and you need to find a key to unlock it. Head to the abandon Pokemon Mansion. This place used to be a research center for Pokemon but was destroyed. As you search the area, you will also learn things about Mewtwo and Mew. Once you have found the key, head over to the gym. Also there is a hidden Moon Stone on the first floor. Look behind the third block in the right for it. The gym will also be blocked each step of the way. You can either defeat the trainers or go up to the machine and test your knowledge of Pokemon. When you reach the end you will meet Blaine. He has four fire type Pokemon. Growlithe at Lv.42, Ponyta at Lv.40, Rapidash at Lv.42, and Arcanine at Lv.47. Defeat him to receive the Volcano Badge and TM 38. With this badge your Pokemon's special attack will increase. Now head north of Cinnibar to Route 21. %%%Route 21 & Viridian City.%%%%%%%%%%%%%% Pokemon found in Route 21: # 16 Pidgey- few in both # 17 Pidgeotto- few in both # 19 Rattata- few in both # 20 Raticate- few in both # 72 Tentacool- many in both # 114 Tangela- few in both As you travel along Route 21 you will end up back in Pallet Town. It seems that your journey has come full circle, but you are still missing a badge. You must head back to Viridian City. You will find various trainers here, all dying to join some team. As you make your way through you will discover that Team Rocket's very own leader is the gym leader. He will have five Pokemon for this battle. Rhyhorn at Lv.45, Dugtrio at Lv.42, Nidoqueen at Lv.43, Nidoking at Lv.45 and Rhydon at Lv.50. This is one of the tougher battles, so be sure to build up your best Pokemon. When you defeat him, you will receive the Earth Badge. With this badge any Pokemon will obey you. Now with all eight badges, prepare yourself for the Pokemon league. %%%Route 22, 23 and Victory Road%%%%%%%%%% Pokemon found in Route 22: # 19 Rattata- many in both # 21 Spearow- few in both # 29 Nidoran (F)- few in red, none in blue # 32 Nidoran (M)- many in red, none in blue Pokemon found in Route 23: # 21 Spearow- few in both # 22 Fearow- few in both # 23 Ekans- few in red, none in blue # 24 Arbok- few in red, none in blue # 27 Sandshrew- none in red, few in blue # 28 Sandslash- none in red, few in blue # 132 Ditto- few in both Pokemon found in Victory Road: # 41 Zubat- few in both # 42 Golbat- few in both # 66 Machop- few in both # 67 Machoke- few in both # 74 Geodude- few in both # 75 Graveler- few in both # 95 Onix- few in both # 105 Marowak- few in both # 146 Moltres- one in both Treasures found along Victory Road: Full Heal Guard Spec. Max Revive Rare Candy TM 05 TM 17 TM 43 TM 47 Route 22 is the entrance to the Pokemon League. Before you enter be sure to bring a Pokemon with Strength, Surf, and Fly. As you head to the League Gary will appear and challenge you once more. Defeat him to proceed on your journey. As you enter Route 23 a guard appears at each checkpoint. As long as you have all the badges, he should not bother you much. As you reach the end of Route 23, you will enter Victory Road. Victory Road is filled with some of the greatest trainers in the world. You will need a Pokemon with Strength to get your way through this maze. Also in Victory Road is another legendary bird, Moltres. You should use just about the same tactics you used against the other birds. When you finally exit Victory Road head up to the Indigo Plateau and prepare for your greatest challenge yet. %%%Indigo Plateau%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% Entering the building above the Indigo Plateau. This will be the last shop before you take on the Elite Four. Buy a few heals and revives, you are really going to need them. Once you begin the challenge against the Elite Four, you will not be able to go back out. You need to assemble a well balanced team in order to beat the Elite Four. You will need to counter mainly Ice, Fighting, Ghost, and Dragon type Pokemon. Once you have assembled this team head off to face the first of the Elite Four Lorelei. Lorelei has Ice type Pokemon at her command. A Dewgong at Lv.54, Cloyster at Lv.53, Slowbro at Lv.54, Jynx at Lv.56, and Lapras at Lv.56 make up Loreli's team. Next is Bruno. He has two Onixes one at Lv.53 and the other at Lv.56, plus Hitmonchan and Hitnomlee at Lv.55 and finally a Machamp at Lv.58. Next is Agatha. She has two Gengars one at Lv.56 and the other at Lv.60, plus a Golbat at Lv.56, Haunter at Lv.55 and an Arbok at Lv.58. Finally you will meet Lance the Dragon trainer. He has a Gyarados at Lv.58, two Dragonair each at Lv.56, an Aerodactyl at Lv.60 and finally a Dragonite at Lv.62. If you finally manage to beat all four you will have one more challenge ahead of you, before you become the greatest Pokemon trainer in the world. Gary will be your final challenge. His team will vary depending on what Pokemon he has chosen for himself. His first half will consist of a Pidgeot at Lv.61, a Alakazam at Lv.59 and a Rhydon at Lv.61. If he chose Bulbasaur you will fight Gyarados at Lv.61, Arcanine at Lv.63 and Venusaur at Lv.65. If he chose Charmander you will fight Exegguctor at Lv.61, Gyrados at Lv.63 and then Charizard at Lv.65. And finally if he choose Squirtle you will face Arcanine at Lv.61, Exegguctor at Lv.63 and Blastoise at Lv.65. Defeat him to now become a Pokemon master. %%%Unknown Dungeon%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% Pokemon found in the Unknown Dungeon: # 24 Arbok- few in red, none in blue # 26 Raichu- few in both # 28 Sandslash- none in red, few in blue # 40 Wigglytuff- few in both # 42 Golbat- few in both # 47 Parasect- few in both # 49 Venomoth- few in both # 64 Kadabra- few in both # 82 Magneton- few in both # 85 Dodrio- few in both # 97 Hypno- few in both # 101 Electrode- few in both # 113 Chansey- few in both # 105 Marowak- few in both # 112 Rhydon- few in both # 132 Ditto- few in both # 150 Mewtwo- one in both Treasures found in the Unknown Dungeon: Full Restore x2 Max Elixer Max Revive Nugget PP UP Ultra Ball x2 Once the credits finish, you will end up back in Pallet Town. About the only thing that has changed is that on the computer you can now see what team you used to beat the Elite Four and Gary. Something else has also happened though. Head back to Cerulean City. Then head to Route 24. Use Surf near the water and follow the water until you find a cave. Enter the cave. Note that if you did not beat the Elite Four and Gary you will not be able to enter the cave. In this cave live some of the strongest Pokemon you have ever seen. But if you managed to make it to the very bottom of the cave you will meet Mewtwo. He is probably the strongest Pokemon that ever lived. If you still have the Master Ball use it on him. If you do not you are going to have a tough time defeating him. ****************************************** IV. Pokedex ****************************************** Pokemon evolve as they gain levels. Some, like Pikachu, must use a special stone to evolve into Raichu. Others, such as Haunter must be traded in order to evolve into Gengar. Also note that all Pokemon are different. For example two Abras are different even though they are on the same level. You can also stop your Pokemon from evolving by pressing B as it evolves. Why would you want to stop a Pokemon from evolving? Well if you do they will learn their skills faster. But the downside of this is that the Pokemon you stop from evolving will end up being weaker. Even when you let him evolve he will still be weaker than normal. As for the Pokemon that evolve with the stones, if you evolve them early they will end up stronger, but will not learn any of their natural skills. If you do it later they learn their skills be will end up being weaker. As for the trading Pokemon, do it as quickly as possible, they will end up being stronger and will still learn their natural skills. Also note Eevee is a special exception. You should evolve him as soon as possible. Also note that if you catch a Pokemon at a lower level it will end up being stronger than if you were to catch a Pokemon at a higher level. Confused, ok let's say you catch a Lv.5 Pikachu, then later catch a Lv.25 Pikachu. If you raise both to Lv.100 the one that was at Lv.5 will end up being stronger than the one at Lv.25. # Name Type1/Type2 Evolution # 01 Bulbasaur Grass/Poison None # 02 Ivysaur Grass/Poison Bulbasaur- Lv.16 # 03 Venusaur Grass/Poison Ivysaur- Lv.32 # 04 Charmander Fire None # 05 Charmeleon Fire Charmander- Lv.16 # 06 Charizard Fire Charmeleon- Lv.36 # 07 Squirtle Water None # 08 Wartortle Water Squirtle- Lv.16 # 09 Blastoise Water Wartortle- Lv.36 # 10 Caterpie Bug None # 11 Metapod Bug Caterpie- Lv.7 # 12 Butterfree Bug/Flying Metapod- Lv.10 # 13 Weedle Bug/Poison None # 14 Kakuna Bug/Poison Weedle-Lv.7 # 15 Beedrill Bug/Poison Kakuna-Lv.10 # 16 Pidgey Flying None # 17 Pidgeotto Flying Pidgey- Lv.18 # 18 Pidgeot Flying Pidgeotto- Lv.36 # 19 Rattata Normal None # 20 Raticate Normal Rattata- Lv.20 # 21 Spearow Normal/Flying None # 22 Fearow Normal/Flying Spearow- Lv.20 # 23 Ekans Poison None # 24 Arbok Poison Ekans- Lv.22 # 25 Pikachu Electric None # 26 Raichu Electric Pikachu- Thunder Stone # 27 Sandhrew Ground None # 28 Sandslash Ground Sandshrew- Lv.22 # 29 Nidoran (F) Poison None # 30 Nidorina Poison Nidoran (F)- Lv.16 # 31 Nidoqueen Poison/Ground Nidorina- Moon Stone # 32 Nidoran (M) Poison None # 33 Nidorino Poison Nidoran (M)- Lv.16 # 34 Nidoking Poison/Ground Nidorino- Moon Stone # 35 Clefairy Normal None # 36 Clefable Normal Clefairy- Moon Stone # 37 Vulpix Fire None # 38 Ninetales Fire Vulpix- Fire Stone # 39 Jigglypuff Normal None # 40 Wigglytuff Normal Jigglypuff- Moon Stone # 41 Zubat Poison/Flying None # 42 Golbat Poison/Flying Zubat- Lv.22 # 43 Oddish Grass/Poison None # 44 Gloom Grass/Poison Oddish- Lv.21 # 45 Vileplume Grass/Poison Gloom- Leaf Stone # 46 Paras Bug/Grass None # 47 Parasect Bug/Grass Paras- Lv.24 # 48 Venonat Bug/Poison None # 49 Venomoth Bug/Poison Venonat- Lv.31 # 50 Diglett Ground None # 51 Dugtrio Ground Diglett- Lv.26 # 52 Mewoth Normal None # 53 Persian Normal Mewoth- Lv.28 # 54 Psyduck Water None # 55 Golduck Water Psyduck- Lv.33 # 56 Mankey Fighting None # 57 Primeape Fighting Mankey- Lv.28 # 58 Growlithe Fire None # 59 Arcanine Fire Growlithe- Fire Stone # 60 Poliwag Water None # 61 Poliwhirl Water Poliwag- Lv.25 # 62 Poliwrath Water/Fighting Poliwhirl- Water Stone # 63 Abra Psychic None # 64 Kadabra Psychic Abra- Lv.16 # 65 Alakazam Psychic Kadabra- Traded # 66 Machop Fighting None # 67 Machoke Fighting Machop- Lv.28 # 68 Machamp Fighting Machoke- Trade # 69 Bellsprout Grass/Poison None # 70 Weepinbell Grass/Poison Bellsprout- Lv.21 # 71 Victreebel Grass/Poison Weepinbell- Leaf Stone # 72 Tentacool Water/Poison None # 73 Tentacruel Water/Poison Tentacool- Lv.30 # 74 Geodude Rock/Ground None # 75 Graveler Rock/Ground Geodude- Lv.25 # 76 Golem Rock/Ground Graveler- Trade # 77 Ponita Fire None # 78 Rapidash Fire Ponita- Lv.40 # 79 Slowpoke Water/Psychic None # 80 Slowbro Water/Psychic Slowbro- Lv.37 # 81 Magnemite Electric None # 82 Magneton Electric Magnemite- Lv.30 # 83 Farfetch'd Normal/Flying None # 84 Doduo Normal/Flying None # 85 Dodrio Normal/Flying Doduo- Lv.31 # 86 Seel Water None # 87 Dewgong Water Seel- Lv.34 # 88 Grimer Poison None # 89 Muk Poison Grimer- Lv.38 # 90 Shellder Water None # 91 Cloyster Water Shellder- Water Stone # 92 Gastly Ghost/Poison None # 93 Haunter Ghost/Poison Gastly- Lv.25 # 94 Gengar Ghost/Poison Haunter- Trade # 95 Onix Rock/Ground None # 96 Drowzee Psychic None # 97 Hypno Psychic Drowzee- Lv.26 # 98 Krabby Water None # 99 Kingler Water Krabby- Lv.28 # 100 Voltorb Electric None # 101 Electrode Electric Voltorb- Lv.30 # 102 Exeggcute Grass/Psychic None # 103 Exeggcutor Grass/Psychic Exeggcute- Leaf Stone # 104 Cubone Ground None # 105 Rhydon Ground/Rock Cubone- Lv.28 # 106 Hitmonlee Fighting None # 107 Hitmonchan Fighting None # 108 Lickitung Normal None # 109 Koffing Poison None # 110 Weezing Poison Koffing- Lv.35 # 111 Rhyhorn Ground/Rock None # 112 Rhydon Ground/Rock Rhyhorn- Lv.42 # 113 Chansey Normal None # 114 Tangela Grass None # 115 Kangaskhan Normal None # 116 Horsea Water None # 117 Seadra Water Horsea- Lv.32 # 118 Goldeen Water None # 119 Seaking Water Goldeen- Lv.33 # 120 Staryu Water None # 121 Starmie Water/Psychic Staryu- Water Stone # 122 Mr. Mime Psychic None # 123 Scyther Bug/Flying None # 124 Jynx Ice/Psychic None # 125 Electabuzz Electric None # 126 Magmar Fire None # 127 Pinsir Bug None # 128 Tauros Normal None # 129 Magikarp Water None # 130 Gyarados Water/Flying Magikarp- Lv.20 # 131 Lapras Water/Ice None # 132 Ditto Normal None # 133 Eevee Normal None # 134 Vaporeon Water Eevee- Water Stone # 135 Jolteon Electric Eevee- Thunder Stone # 136 Flareon Fire Eevee- Fire Stone # 137 Porygon Normal None # 138 Omanyte Rock/Water None # 139 Omastar Rock/water Omanyte- Lv.40 # 140 Kabuto Rock/Water None # 141 Kabutops Rock/Water Kabuto- Lv.40 # 142 Aerodactyl Rock/Flying None # 143 Snorlax Normal None # 144 Articuno Ice/Flying None # 145 Zapados Electric/Flying None # 146 Moltres Fire/Flying None # 147 Dratini Dragon None # 148 Dragonair Dragon Dratini- Lv.30 # 149 Dragonite Dragon/Flying Dragonair- Lv.55 # 150 Mewtwo Psychic None # 151 Mew Psychic None ****************************************** V. Pokemon Skills ****************************************** Name Skill # 01 Bulbasaur # 02 Ivysaur # 03 Venusaur Lv.- Lv.- Lv.- Tackle Lv.- Lv.- Lv.- Growl Lv.7 Lv.- Lv.- Leech Seed Lv.13 Lv.- Lv.- Vine Whip Lv.20 Lv.22 Lv.- Poisonpowder Lv.27 Lv.30 Lv.- Razor Leaf Lv.34 Lv.38 Lv.43 Growth Lv.41 Lv.46 Lv.55 Sleep Powder Lv.48 Lv.54 Lv.65 Solarbeam # 04 Charmander # 05 Charmeleon # 06 Charizard Lv.- Lv.- Lv.- Scratch Lv.- Lv.- Lv.- Growl Lv.9 Lv.- Lv.- Ember Lv.15 Lv.- Lv.- Leer Lv.22 Lv.24 Lv.- Rage Lv.30 Lv.33 Lv.- Slash Lv.38 Lv.42 Lv.46 Flamethrower Lv.46 Lv.56 Lv.55 Fire Spin # 07 Squirtle # 08 Wartortle # 09 Blastoise Lv.- Lv.- Lv.- Tackle Lv.- Lv.- Lv.- Tail Whip Lv.8 Lv.- Lv.- Bubble Lv.15 Lv.- Lv.- Water Gun Lv.22 Lv.24 Lv.- Bite Lv.28 Lv.31 Lv.- Withdraw Lv.35 Lv.39 Lv.42 Skull Bash Lv.42 Lv.47 Lv.52 Hydro Pump # 10 Caterpie # 11 Metapod # 12 Butterfree Lv.- Lv.- Lv.- Tackle Lv.- Lv.- Lv.- String Shot Lv.- Lv.- Lv.- Harden (captured Metapod only) Lv.- Lv.- Lv.12 Confusion Lv.- Lv.- Lv.15 Poisonpowder Lv.- Lv.- Lv.16 Stun Spore Lv.- Lv.- Lv.17 Sleep Powder Lv.- Lv.- Lv.21 Supersonic Lv.- Lv.- Lv.26 Whirlwind Lv.- Lv.- Lv.32 Psybeam # 13 Weedle # 14 Kakuna #15 Beedrill Lv.- Lv.- Lv.- Poison String Lv.- Lv.- Lv.- String Shot Lv.- Lv.- Lv.- Harden (captured Kakuna only) Lv.- Lv.- Lv.12 Fury Attack Lv.- Lv.- Lv.16 Focus Energy Lv.- Lv.- Lv.20 Twineedle Lv.- Lv.- Lv.25 Rage Lv.- Lv.- Lv.30 Pin Missile Lv.- Lv.- Lv.35 Agility # 16 Pidgey # 17 Pidgeotto #18 Pidgeot Lv.- Lv.- Lv.- Gust Lv.5 Lv.- Lv.- Sand-Attack Lv.12 Lv.- Lv.- Quick Attack Lv.19 Lv.21 Lv.- Whirlwind Lv.28 Lv.31 Lv.- Wing Attack Lv.36 Lv.40 Lv.44 Agility Lv.44 Lv.49 Lv.54 Mirror Move # 19 Rattata # 20 Raticate Lv.- Lv.- Tackle Lv.- Lv.- Tail Whip Lv.7 Lv.- Quick Attack Lv.14 Lv.- Hyper Fang Lv.23 Lv.27 Focus Energy Lv.34 Lv.41 Super Fang # 21 Spearow # 22 Fearow Lv.- Lv.- Peck Lv.- Lv.- Growl Lv.9 Lv.- Leer Lv.15 Lv.- Fury Attack Lv.22 Lv.25 Mirror Move Lv.29 Lv.34 Drill Peck Lv.36 Lv.43 Agility # 23 Ekans # 24 Arbok Lv.- Lv.- Wrap Lv.- Lv.- Leer Lv.10 Lv.- Poison Sting Lv.17 Lv.- Bite Lv.24 Lv.27 Glare Lv.31 Lv.36 Screech Lv.33 Lv.47 Acid # 25 Pikachu # 26 Raichu Lv.- Lv.- Thundershock Lv.- Lv.- Growl Lv.9 Lv.- Thunder Wave Lv.16 Lv.- Quick Attack Lv.26 Lv.- Swift Lv.33 Lv.- Agility Lv.46 Lv.- Thunder # 27 Sandshrew # 28 Sandslash Lv.- Lv.- Scratch Lv.10 Lv.- Sand-Attack Lv.17 Lv.- Slash Lv.24 Lv.27 Poison Sting Lv.31 Lv.36 Swift Lv.38 Lv.47 Fury Swipes # 29 Nidoran (F) # 30 Nidorina # 31 Nidoqueen Lv.- Lv.- Lv.- Growl Lv.- Lv.- Lv.- Tackle Lv.8 Lv.- Lv.- Scratch Lv.14 Lv.- Lv.- Poison Sting Lv.21 Lv.23 Lv.- Tail Whip Lv.- Lv.- Lv.23 Body Slam Lv.29 Lv.32 Lv.- Bite Lv.36 Lv.41 Lv.- Fury Swipes Lv.43 Lv.50 Lv.- Double Kick # 32 Nidoran (M) # 33 Nidorino # 34 Nidoking Lv.- Lv.- Lv.- Leer Lv.- Lv.- Lv.- Tackle Lv.8 Lv.- Lv.- Horn Attack Lv.14 Lv.- Lv.- Poison Sting Lv.21 Lv.23 Lv.- Focus Energy Lv.- Lv.- Lv.23 Thrash Lv.29 Lv.32 Lv.- Fury Attack Lv.36 Lv.41 Lv.- Horn Drill Lv.43 Lv.50 Lv.- Double Kick # 35 Clefairy # 36 Clefable Lv.- Lv.- Pound Lv.- Lv.- Growl Lv.13 Lv.- Sing Lv.18 Lv.- Doubleslap Lv.24 Lv.- Minimize Lv.31 Lv.- Metronome Lv.39 Lv.- Defense Curl Lv.48 Lv.- Light Screen # 37 Vulpix # 38 Ninetales Lv.- Lv.- Ember Lv.- Lv.- Tail Whip Lv.16 Lv.- Quick Attack Lv.21 Lv.- Roar Lv.28 Lv.- Confuse Ray Lv.35 Lv.- Flamethrower Lv.42 Lv.- Fire Spin # 39 Jigglypuff # 40 Wigglytuff Lv.- Lv.- Sing Lv.9 Lv.- Pound Lv.14 Lv.- Disable Lv.19 Lv.- Defense Curl Lv.24 Lv.- Doubleslap Lv.29 Lv.- Rest Lv.34 Lv.- Body Slam Lv.39 Lv.- Double-Edge # 41 Zubat # 42 Golbat Lv.- Lv.- Leech Life Lv.10 Lv.- Supersonic Lv.15 Lv.- Bite Lv.21 Lv.- Confuse Ray Lv.28 Lv.32 Wing Attack Lv.36 Lv.43 Haze # 43 Oddish # 44 Gloom # 45 Vileplume Lv.- Lv.- Lv.- Absorb Lv.15 Lv.- Lv.- Poisonpowder Lv.17 Lv.- Lv.- Stun Spore Lv.19 Lv.- Lv.- Sleep Powder Lv.24 Lv.28 Lv.- Stun Spore Lv.33 Lv.38 Lv.- Petal Dance Lv.46 Lv.52 Lv.- Solarbeam # 46 Paras # 47 Parasect Lv.- Lv.- Scratch Lv.13 Lv.- Stun Spore Lv.20 Lv.- Leech Life Lv.27 Lv.30 Spore Lv.34 Lv.39 Slash Lv.41 Lv.48 Growth # 48 Venonat # 49 Venomoth Lv.- Lv.- Tackle Lv.- Lv.- Disable Lv.- Lv.- Poisonpowder Lv.27 Lv.- Leech Life Lv.30 Lv.- Stun Spore Lv.35 Lv.38 Psybeam Lv.38 Lv.43 Sleep Powder Lv.43 Lv.50 Psychic # 50 Diglett # 51 Dugtrio Lv.- Lv.- Scratch Lv.- Lv.- Growl Lv.19 Lv.- Dig Lv.24 Lv.- Sand-Attack Lv.31 Lv.35 Slash Lv.40 Lv.47 Earthquake # 52 Meowth # 53 Persian Lv.- Lv.- Scratch Lv.- Lv.- Growl Lv.12 Lv.- Bite Lv.17 Lv.- Pay Day Lv.24 Lv.- Screech Lv.33 Lv.37 Fury Swipes Lv.44 Lv.51 Slash # 54 Psyduck # 55 Golduck Lv.- Lv.- Scratch Lv.28 Lv.- Tail Whip Lv.31 Lv.- Disable Lv.36 Lv.39 Confusion Lv.43 Lv.48 Fury Swipes Lv.52 Lv.59 Hydro Pump # 56 Mankey # 57 Primeape Lv.- Lv.- Scratch Lv.- Lv.- Leer Lv.15 Lv.- Karate Chop Lv.21 Lv.- Fury Attack Lv.27 Lv.- Focus Energy Lv.33 Lv.37 Seismic Toss Lv.39 Lv.46 Thrash # 58 Growlithe # 59 Arcanine Lv.- Lv.- Bite Lv.- Lv.- Roar Lv.18 Lv.- Ember Lv.23 Lv.- Leer Lv.30 Lv.- Take Down Lv.39 Lv.- Agility Lv.50 Lv.- Flamethrower # 60 Poliwag # 61 Poliwhirl # 62 Poliwrath Lv.- Lv.- Lv.- Bubble Lv.16 Lv.- Lv.- Hypnosis Lv.19 Lv.- Lv.- Water Gun Lv.25 Lv.- Lv.- Doubleslap Lv.31 Lv.33 Lv.- Body Slam Lv.38 Lv.41 Lv.- Amnesia Lv.45 Lv.49 Lv.- Hydro Pump # 63 Abra # 64 Kadbra # 65 Alakazam Lv.- Lv.- Lv.- Teleport Lv.- Lv.16 Lv.- Confusion Lv.- Lv.20 Lv.20 Disable Lv.- Lv.27 Lv.27 Psybeam Lv.- Lv.31 Lv.31 Recover Lv.- Lv.38 Lv.38 Psychic Lv.- Lv.42 Lv.42 Reflect # 66 Machop # 67 Machoke # 68 Machamp Lv.- Lv.- Lv.- Karate Chop Lv.20 Lv.- Lv.- Low Kick Lv.25 Lv.- Lv.- Leer Lv.32 Lv.36 Lv.36 Focus Energy Lv.39 Lv.44 Lv.44 Seismic Toss Lv.46 Lv.52 Lv.52 Submission # 69 Bellsprout # 70 Weepinbell # 71 Victreebel Lv.- Lv.- Lv.- Vine Whip Lv.- Lv.- Lv.- Growth Lv.13 Lv.- Lv.- Wrap Lv.15 Lv.- Lv.- Poisonpowder Lv.18 Lv.- Lv.- Sleep Powder Lv.21 Lv.- Lv.- Stun Spore Lv.26 Lv.29 Lv.- Acid Lv.33 Lv.38 Lv.- Razor Leaf Lv.42 Lv.49 Lv.- Slam # 72 Tentacool # 73 Tentacruel Lv.- Lv.- Acid Lv.7 Lv.- Super Sonic Lv.13 Lv.- Wrap Lv.18 Lv.- Poison Sting Lv.22 Lv.- Water Gun Lv.27 Lv.- Constrict Lv.33 Lv.35 Barrier Lv.40 Lv.43 Screech Lv.48 Lv.50 Hydro Pump # 74 Geodude # 75 Graveler # 76 Golem Lv.- Lv.- Lv.- Tackle Lv.11 Lv.- Lv.- Defense Curl Lv.16 Lv.- Lv.- Rock Throw Lv.21 Lv.- Lv.- Selfdestruct Lv.26 Lv.29 Lv.29 Harden Lv.31 Lv.36 Lv.36 Earthquake Lv.36 Lv.43 Lv.43 Explosion # 77 Ponyta # 78 Rapidash Lv.- Lv.- Ember Lv.30 Lv.- Tail Whip Lv.32 Lv.- Stomp Lv.35 Lv.- Growl Lv.39 Lv.- Fire Spin Lv.43 Lv.47 Take Down Lv.48 Lv.55 Agility # 79 Slowpoke # 80 Slowbro Lv.- Lv.- Confusion Lv.18 Lv.- Disable Lv.22 Lv.- Headbutt Lv.27 Lv.- Growl Lv.33 Lv.- Water Gun Lv.- Lv.37 Withdraw Lv.40 Lv.44 Amnesia Lv.48 Lv.55 Psychic # 81 Magnemite # 82 Magneton Lv.- Lv.- Tackle Lv.- Lv.- Sonicboom Lv.25 Lv.- Thundershock Lv.29 Lv.- Supersonic Lv.35 Lv.38 Thunder Wave Lv.41 Lv.46 Swift Lv.47 Lv.54 Screech # 83 Farfetch 'd Lv.- Peck Lv.- Sand-Attack Lv.7 Leer Lv.15 Fury Attack Lv.23 Swords Dance Lv.31 Agility Lv.39 Slash # 84 Doduo # 85 Dodrio Lv.- Lv.- Peck Lv.20 Lv.- Growl Lv.24 Lv.- Fury Attack Lv.30 Lv.- Drill Peck Lv.36 Lv.39 Rage Lv.40 Lv.45 Tri Attack Lv.44 Lv.51 Agility # 86 Seel # 87 Dewgong Lv.- Lv.- Head Butt Lv.30 Lv.- Growl Lv.35 Lv.35 Aurora Beam Lv.40 Lv.44 Rest Lv.45 Lv.50 Take Down Lv.50 Lv.56 Ice Beam # 88 Grimer # 89 Muk Lv.- Lv.- Pound Lv.- Lv.- Disable Lv.- Lv.- Pound Lv.33 Lv.- Minimize Lv.37 Lv.- Sludge Lv.42 Lv.45 Harden Lv.48 Lv.53 Screech Lv.55 Lv.60 Acid Armor # 90 Shellder # 91 Cloyster Lv.- Lv.- Tackle Lv.- Lv.- Withdraw Lv.18 Lv.- Supersonic Lv.23 Lv.- Clamp Lv.30 Lv.- Aurora Beam Lv.39 Lv.- Leer Lv.50 Lv.- Ice Beam Lv.- Lv.50 Spike Cannon # 92 Gastly # 93 Haunter # 94 Gengar Lv.- Lv.- Lv.- Lick Lv.- Lv.- Lv.- Confuse Ray Lv.- Lv.- Lv.- Night Shade Lv.27 Lv.29 Lv.29 Hypnosis Lv.35 Lv.38 Lv.38 Dream Eater # 95 Onix Lv.- Tackle Lv.- Screech Lv.15 Bind Lv.19 Rock Throw Lv.25 Rage Lv.33 Slam Lv.43 Harden # 96 Drowzee # 97 Hypno Lv.- Lv.- Pound Lv.- Lv.- Hypnosis Lv.12 Lv.- Disable Lv.17 Lv.- Confusion Lv.24 Lv.- Headbutt Lv.29 Lv.33 Poison Gas Lv.32 Lv.37 Psychic Lv.37 Lv.43 Meditate # 98 Krabby # 99 Kingler Lv.- Lv.- Bubble Lv.- Lv.- Leer Lv.20 Lv.- Vice Grip Lv.25 Lv.- Guillotine Lv.30 Lv.34 Stomp Lv.35 Lv.42 Crabhammer Lv.40 Lv.49 Harden # 100 Voltorb # 101 Electrode Lv.- Lv.- Tackle Lv.- Lv.- Screech Lv.17 Lv.- Sonic Boom Lv.22 Lv.- Selfdestruct Lv.29 Lv.- Light Screen Lv.36 Lv.40 Swift Lv.43 Lv.50 Explosion # 102 Exeggcute # 103 Exeggutor Lv.- Lv.- Barrage Lv.- Lv.- Hypnosis Lv.25 Lv.- Reflect Lv.28 Lv.- Leech Seed Lv.- Lv.28 Stomp Lv.32 Lv.- Stun Spore Lv.37 Lv.- Poisonpowder Lv.42 Lv.- Solarbeam Lv.48 Lv.- Sleep Powder # 104 Cubone # 105 Marowak Lv.- Lv.- Bone Club Lv.- Lv.- Growl Lv.25 Lv.- Leer Lv.31 Lv.33 Focus Energy Lv.38 Lv.41 Thrash Lv.43 Lv.48 Bonemerang Lv.46 Lv.55 Rage # 106 Hitmonlee Lv.- Double Kick Lv.- Meditate Lv.33 Rolling Kick Lv.38 Jump Kick Lv.43 Focus Energy Lv.48 Hi Jump Kick Lv.53 Mega Kick # 107 Hitmonchan Lv.- Comet Punch Lv.- Agility Lv.33 Fire Punch Lv.38 Ice Punch Lv.43 Thunderpunch Lv.48 Mega Punch Lv.53 Counter # 108 Lickitung Lv.- Wrap Lv.- Supersonic Lv.- Defense Curl Lv.31 Slam Lv.39 Screech # 109 Koffing # 110 Weezing Lv.- Lv.- Tackle Lv.- Lv.- Smog Lv.32 Lv.- Sludge Lv.37 Lv.39 Smokescreen Lv.40 Lv.42 Selfdestruct Lv.45 Lv.49 Haze Lv.48 Lv.53 Explosion # 111 Rhyhorn # 112 Rhydon Lv.- Lv.- Horn Attack Lv.30 Lv.- Stomp Lv.35 Lv.- Tail Whip Lv.40 Lv.- Fury Attack Lv.45 Lv.48 Horn Drill Lv.50 Lv.55 Leer Lv.55 Lv.64 Take Down # 113 Chansey Lv.- Pound Lv.- Doubleslap Lv.24 Sing Lv.30 Growl Lv.38 Minimize Lv.44 Defense Curl Lv.48 Light Screen Lv.54 Double-Edge # 114 Tangela Lv.- Constrict Lv.- Bind Lv.29 Absorb Lv.32 Poisonpowder Lv.36 Stun Spore Lv.39 Sleep Powder Lv.45 Slam Lv.49 Growth # 115 Kangaskhan Lv.- Comet Punch Lv.- Rage Lv.26 Bite Lv.31 Tail Whip Lv.36 Mega Punch Lv.41 Leer Lv.46 Dizzy Punch # 116 Horsea # 117 Seadra Lv.- Lv.- Bubble Lv.19 Lv.- Smokescreen Lv.24 Lv.- Leer Lv.30 Lv.- Water Gun Lv.37 Lv.41 Agility Lv.45 Lv.52 Hydro Pump # 118 Goldeen # 119 Seaking Lv.- Lv.- Peck Lv.- Lv.- Tail Whip Lv.19 Lv.- Supersonic Lv.24 Lv.- Horn Attack Lv.30 Lv.- Fury Attack Lv.37 Lv.39 Waterfall Lv.45 Lv.48 Horn Drill Lv.54 Lv.54 Agility # 120 Staryu # 121 Starmie Lv.- Lv.- Tackle Lv.17 Lv.- Water Gun Lv.22 Lv.- Harden Lv.27 Lv.- Recover Lv.32 Lv.- Swift Lv.37 Lv.- Minimize Lv.42 Lv.- Light Screen Lv.47 Lv.- Hydro Pump # 122 Mr. Mime Lv.- Confusion Lv.- Barrier Lv.23 Light Screen Lv.31 Doubleslap Lv.39 Meditate Lv.47 Substitute # 123 Scyther Lv.- Quick Attack Lv.- Leer Lv.- Focus Energy Lv.- Double Team Lv.29 Slash Lv.35 Swords Dance Lv.42 Agility # 124 Jynx Lv.- Pound Lv.- Lovely Kiss Lv.- Lick Lv.- Doubleslap Lv.31 Ice Punch Lv.39 Body Slam Lv.47 Thrash Lv.58 Blizzard # 125 Electabuzz Lv.- Quick Attack Lv.- Leer Lv.- Thundershock Lv.37 Scratch Lv.42 Thunderpunch Lv.49 Light Screen Lv.54 Thunder # 126 Magmar Lv.- Ember Lv.36 Leer Lv.39 Confuse Ray Lv.43 Fire Punch Lv.48 Smokescreen Lv.52 Smog Lv.55 Flamethrower # 127 Pinsir Lv.- Vicegrip Lv.25 Seismic Toss Lv.30 Guillotine Lv.36 Focus Energy Lv.43 Harden Lv.49 Slash Lv.54 Swords Dance # 128 Tauros Lv.- Tackle Lv.- Stomp Lv.28 Tail Whip Lv.35 Leer Lv.44 Rage Lv.51 Take Down # 129 Magikarp # 130 Gyrados Lv.- Lv.- Splash Lv.15 Lv.- Tackle Lv.- Lv.20 Bite Lv.- Lv.25 Dragon Rage Lv.- Lv.32 Leer Lv.- Lv.41 Hydro Pump Lv.- Lv.52 Hyper Beam # 131 Lapras Lv.- Water Gun Lv.- Growl Lv.16 Sing Lv.20 Mist Lv.25 Body Slam Lv.31 Confuse Ray Lv.38 Ice Beam Lv.46 Hyrdo Pump # 132 Ditto Lv.- Transform # 133 Eevee # 134 Vaporeon # 135 Jolteon # 126 Flareon Lv.- Lv.- Lv.- Lv.- Tackle Lv.- Lv.- Lv.- Lv.- Sand- Attack Lv.27 Lv.27 Lv.27 Lv.27 Quick Attack Lv.31 Lv.- Lv.- Lv.- Tail Whip Lv.- Lv.31 Lv.- Lv.- Water Gun Lv.- Lv.- Lv.31 Lv.- Thundershock Lv.- Lv.- Lv.- Lv.31 Ember Lv.37 Lv.- Lv.- Lv.- Bite Lv.- Lv.37 Lv.37 Lv.37 Tail Whip Lv.- Lv.40 Lv.- Lv.40 Bite Lv.- Lv.- Lv.40 Lv.- Thunderwave Lv.- Lv.42 Lv.- Lv.- Acid Armor Lv.- Lv.- Lv.42 Lv.- Double Kick Lv.- Lv.- Lv.- Lv.42 Leer Lv.- Lv.44 Lv.- Lv.- Haze Lv.- Lv.- Lv.44 Lv.- Agility Lv.- Lv.- Lv.- Lv.44 Fire Spin Lv.45 Lv.- Lv.- Lv.- Take Down Lv.- Lv.48 Lv.- Lv.- Mist Lv.- Lv.- Lv.48 Lv.- Pin Missile Lv.- Lv.- Lv.- Lv.48 Rage Lv.- Lv.54 Lv.- Lv.- Hydro Pump Lv.- Lv.- Lv.54 Lv.- Thunder Lv.- Lv.- Lv.- Lv.54 Flamethrower # 137 Porygon Lv.- Tackle Lv.- Sharpen Lv.- Conversion Lv.23 Psybeam Lv.28 Harden Lv.35 Agility Lv.42 Tri Attack # 138 Omanyte # 139 Omastar Lv.- Lv.- Water Gun Lv.- Lv.- Withdraw Lv.34 Lv.- Horn Attack Lv.39 Lv.- Leer Lv.46 Lv.44 Spike Cannon Lv.53 Lv.49 Hydro Pump # 140 Kabuto # 141 Kabutops Lv.- Lv.- Scratch Lv.- Lv.- Harden Lv.34 Lv.- Absorb Lv.39 Lv.- Slash Lv.44 Lv.46 Leer Lv.49 Lv.53 Hydro Pump # 142 Aerodactyl Lv.- Wing Attack Lv.- Agility Lv.33 Supersonic Lv.38 Bite Lv.45 Take Down Lv.54 Hyper Beam # 143 Snorlax Lv.- Head Butt Lv.- Amnesia Lv.- Rest Lv.35 Body Slam Lv.41 Harden Lv.48 Double-Edge Lv.56 Hyper Beam # 144 Articuno Lv.- Peck Lv.- Ice Beam Lv.51 Blizzard Lv.55 Agility Lv.60 Mist # 145 Zapdos Lv.- Thundershock Lv.- Drill Peck Lv.51 Thunder Lv.55 Agility Lv.60 Light Screen # 146 Moltres Lv.- Peck Lv.- Fire Spin Lv.51 Leer Lv.55 Agility Lv.60 Sky Attack # 147 Dratini # 148 Dragonair # 149 Dragonite Lv.- Lv.- Lv.- Wrap Lv.- Lv.- Lv.- Leer Lv.- Lv.- Lv.- Thunder Wave Lv.20 Lv.- Lv.- Agility Lv.30 Lv.- Lv.- Slam Lv.40 Lv.45 Lv.- Dragon Rage Lv.50 Lv.55 Lv.- Hyper Beam # 150 Mewtwo Lv.- Confusion Lv.- Disable Lv.- Swift Lv.- Barrier Lv.- Recover Lv.75 Mist Lv.81 Amnesia ****************************************** VI. TM and HM ****************************************** Throughout the game you will receive special items called TM and HM. They are used to teach a Pokemon a skill that he/she may not normally learn on its own. They're are 50 TM and 5 HM. TM 01 MEGA PUNCH 26 EARTHQUAKE 02 RAZOR WIND 27 FISSURE 03 SWORDS DANCE 28 DIG 04 WHIRLWIND 29 PSYCHIC 05 MEGA KICK 30 TELEPORT 06 TOXIC 31 MIMIC 07 HORN DRILL 32 DOUBLE TEAM 08 BODY SLAM 33 REFLECT 09 TAKE DOWN 34 BIDE 10 DOUBLE-EDGE 35 METRONOME 11 BUBBLEBEAM 36 SELFDESTRUCT 12 WATER GUN 37 EGG BOMB 13 ICE BEAM 38 FIRE BLAST 14 BLIZZARD 39 SWIFT 15 HYPER BEAM 40 SKULL BASH 16 PAY DAY 41 SOFTBOILED 17 SUBMISSION 42 DREAM EATER 18 COUNTER 43 SKY ATTACK 19 SEISMIC TOSS 44 REST 20 RAGE 45 THUNDER WAVE 21 MEGA DRAIN 46 PSYWAVE 22 SOLARBEAM 47 EXPLOSION 23 DRAGON RAGE 48 ROCK SLIDE 24 THUNDERBOLT 49 TRI ATTACK 25 THUNDER 50 SUBSTITUTE HM 01 CUT 02 FLY 03 SURF 04 STRENGTH 05 FLASH ****************************************** VII. The Battle Chart ****************************************** This chart will help you determine what kind of chance your Pokemon will have against other type of Pokemon. Use this to your advantage. 1. Normal 2. Fire 3. Water 4. Electric 5. Grass 6. Ice 7. Fighting 8. Poison 9. Ground 10. Flying 11. Psychic 12. Bug 13. Rock 14. Ghost 15. Dragon ÃŸ= Super P= Poor Ã¹= Bad Pokemon Type X| 1| 2| 3| 4| 5| 6| 7| 8| 9| 10| 11| 12| 13| 14| 15| 1| | | | | | | | | | | | | P | Ã¹ | | 2| | P | p | | ÃŸ | ÃŸ | | | | | | ÃŸ | P | | P | 3| | ÃŸ | P | P | P | | | | ÃŸ | | | | ÃŸ | | P | A 4| | | ÃŸ | P | P | | | P | Ã¹ | ÃŸ | | | | | P | T 5| | P | ÃŸ | | P | | | | ÃŸ | P | | P | ÃŸ | | P | T 6| | P | P | | ÃŸ | P | | | ÃŸ | ÃŸ | | | ÃŸ | | ÃŸ | A 7| ÃŸ | | | | | ÃŸ | | P | | P | P | P | ÃŸ | Ã¹ | | C 8| | | | | ÃŸ | | | P | P | | | ÃŸ | P | p | | K 9| | ÃŸ | | ÃŸ | P | | | ÃŸ | | Ã¹ | | P | ÃŸ | | | 10| | | | P | ÃŸ | | ÃŸ | | | | | ÃŸ | P | | | 11| | | | | | | ÃŸ | ÃŸ | | | P | | | | | 12| | P | | | ÃŸ | | P | | | P | ÃŸ | | | P | | 13| | ÃŸ | | | | ÃŸ | P | | P | ÃŸ | | | | | | 14| Ã¹ | | | | | | | | | | ÃŸ | | | | | 15| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | ÃŸ | *Note: where there are blanks, means it is average. ** Note: on Ghost: According to Nintendo's Power Chart Ghost are supposed to be strong against Psychic. Although this does not seem to be the case when for example a Gengar uses his Lick attack against an Abra or Drowzee. If you find anything else about this please e-mail me about it. ****************************************** VIII. Secrets and Misc. Stuff ****************************************** Game Genie code to get Mew: (I do not have a Game Genie to test this out, so I'm not sure if it works.) 151-91A-7FC 151-93A-F7E B91-9BA-6EB Gameshark Code for Mew: The code for Mew is 0115D8CF (Don't have a Gameshark either. So I can't confirm) Seafoam Island Glitch: There is a spot near Seafoam Island, right at the coast, that regenerates the last area of Pokemon that you fought. Sometimes, it glitches and sends out Missingno. Missingno.: There is a glitch called MISSINGNO. , it is on Cinnibar. First trade a Venonat for Tangela or any other Pokemon in the lab then surf on the coast/water to the right if you surf right next to the gym on half land-half water tiles, you will fight MISSINGNO. who is no. 000. Also another way to get MissingNo. is to trade between The Japanese and American versions of Pokemon. *Note: The Missingno code has been know to wreck your Hall of Fame, and wreck things that have to do with the Game Link, graphic errors, and many other things to your game. Be careful when trying this code out. 108 Master Ball Code: This trick will actually work with any item. Do the Missingno. code above. Put the item you want duplicated in the 6th slot of your item list. When the battle with Missingno. is over you should end up with a 108 of whatever item you chose. Level 100+ Code: First go to Viridian City and talk to the Old Man. Then fly to Cinnabar Island and on east coast and you'll run into a Lv.100 plus Pokemon. The problem.....once he levels up he reverts to Lv.100. * Also note that the 5th item in your list also seems to duplicate when you do this. Cutting Grass: You can use the cut ability to cut the grass. Use can use this to avoid fights or just for fun. ****************************************** VIII. Credits/Disclaimer ****************************************** This FAQ is copyrighted by Mike Meevasin. Pokemon is made/owned/copyrighted/whatever by Nintendo, Game Freak, and Creatures Inc. You may freely use this FAQ for noncommercial purposes if it is not altered and I am credited. %%%Credits%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% - Terry Meevasin (email@example.com) for helping me with TMs and plenty of the evolution. - Maniac9127 (Maniac9127@aol.com) for a better battle chart. - Pokemon Power for supplying the rarity of each Pokemon in each version. - Edward Mathews (firstname.lastname@example.org) for giving me the last two TM's I needed. - Pikacard (email@example.com) for his list of all the Pokemon skills. (http://www.angelfire.com/ia/pikacard/) - Jonathan C Dennis (firstname.lastname@example.org) for the Game Genie code for Mew - CoolJoshH (CoolJoshH@aol.com) for the info on the MissingNo. Pokemon. - Mewtwo2500 (Mewtwo2500@aol.com) for the Gameshark code for Mew. - PYoung5731 (PYoung5731@aol.com) for the correction on the Mew GS code. - Shuggums1 (Shuggums1@aol.com) for the Mew GS correction as well. - Paul Brusky (email@example.com) for a correction in the Level 100+ Code. - Danny Murray (firstname.lastname@example.org) for proving the Catch other trainer's Pokemon code to be false. - Debby Elstad (email@example.com) for reminding me of Mew. - Dragon Knight (firstname.lastname@example.org) for reminding me of Mew as well. - The Helds (email@example.com) for helping me with some FAQ questions, and for reminding me of Mew as well.