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Guide Version: 2.0 Guide Created On: 9/12/99 Guide Last Updated On: 9/25/99 Guide Created By: Jesse Austerman E-Mail Address: yoshi-7@mailcity.com Website: http://www.usinternet.com/users/Jes/ The latest version of this guide can be found at this site: http://www.usinternet.com/users/Jes/pokeyellow.txt *=============================================================================* /¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯\ / /¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯\ \ | | Table Of Contents | | \ \_____________________________________/ / \_______________________________________/ Section #01: Introduction Section #02: Version History Section #03: The Basics Section #04: The Differences Section #05: Walkthrough Section #06: The Pokédex Section #07: The Item List Section #08: The Attack List Section #09: Gameshark Codes Section #10: Can You Get Mew? Section #11: Rumor List Section #12: Mailbag/FAQ Section #13: Copyright Info Section #14: Contact Info Section #15: Credits List *=============================================================================* /¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯\ / /¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯\ \ | | Introduction | | \ \_____________________________________/ / \_______________________________________/ Welcome to The Ultimate Pokémon Yellow Guide! Pokémon Yellow is the newest game in the multi-billion dollar Pokémon series. Unlike Red & Blue, you get to pick Pikachu as your first Pokémon, battle Jessie and James, fight new trainers, and best of all, no Missingno. Pokémon! Pokémon Yellow will not be released in the United States until mid October, but I was lucky enough to get a copy of the Australian version, which is the same exact thing as it will be in America. :) I also have the ROM, which is legal because I have the cartridge. With the ROM, I can take screen shots of Pokémon Yellow and put it in my HTML version of this guide! And if you're thinking about importing it from Australia, it's the same thing as when it'll be released here, so take it from me: If you want to pay a couple of bucks extra to get it a few weeks early, import it! Also, Mew might be in Yellow. To see why, goto the "Can You Get Mew?" section later in this guide. Anyway, read this guide to learn more about Yellow! Enjoy reading this! *=============================================================================* /¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯\ / /¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯\ \ | | Version History | | \ \_____________________________________/ / \_______________________________________/ Version 2.0: MEW!!! MEW DISCOVERED!!! DO YOU WANT MEW?! THEN GOTO THE "CAN YOU GET MEW" SECTION!!! Version 1.8: I made some new GameShark codes today. And, we hit 100KB in size! Version 1.6: Aaarrrggghhh! Let's see... I've got 30+ e-mails asking for the Pokémon Yellow rom! Stop! Argh... Don't ask any questions in the FAQ section! Version 1.4: I added a new section, The Basics. I also changed the Ask Jesse section to the Mailbag. I also added the correct way to get Bulbasaur. Version 1.2: I got farther in the walkthrough, and added the Item List and the Attack List. It seems Pikachu's moves are the are the only set of moves that aren't the same as Red & Blue... I also added a Q&A and a Rumor List. Version 1.0: The start of the best Pokémon Yellow guide on the internet goes on the internet! More things are being updated daily, so keep watch! *=============================================================================* /¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯\ / /¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯\ \ | | The Differences | | \ \_____________________________________/ / \_______________________________________/ Here are all the differences I've noticed so far: Difference #1: You get to start out with Pikachu as your first Pokémon. Gary gets an Eevee. Difference #2: Pikachu follows you around on the screen, and you can talk to him, and hear his voice like in Pokémon Pinball, and see how he's feeling! Difference #3: There are more trainers around, like in the Viridian Forest, there is a trainer besides a Bug Catcher. She says, "Is that a Pikachu?" Difference #4: You can get Bulbasaur, Charmander, and Squirtle without trading. Difference #5: Pikachu will NOT accept a Thunder Stone, meaning you must trade for a Raichu. Difference #6: Jessie & James from Team Rocket fight you! There Pokémon are Ekans, Meowth, and Koffing. You first fight them in Mt. Moon. When you get to Lavender Town in the Pokémon Tower, they will have Arbok, Meowth, and Weezing. But they never get a Persian no matter what. Yahoo! Difference #7: All Pokémon have been redrawn and have different Pokédex data. Difference #8: All the trainers look better. For example, Brock has a shirt on, Misty has suspenders, etc. Difference #9: Some Pokémon have correct sprites. Like Oddish looks better than just a Pokémon figure. And Pikachu's new sprite is very noticeable, too. :) Difference #10: When in the Link-Cable Mode, you can trade, fight in the Colosseum, or fight in the Colosseum 2! The Colosseum 2 is like the Nintendo tournaments, but Mew is not allowed in! Does this shed some light to the Mew mystery? Difference #11: Nurse Joy is in the Pokémon Centers now, along with her Chansey! Also, Officer Jenny is in the game, other than just some police man. Difference #12: Different Pokémon can be found in different areas! For example, Mankey can be found outside Mt. Moon! And my favorite, Gyarados can be caught in the wild! Farfetch'd can be caught in the wild, too. So can Lickitung? I sure hope so. Difference #13: Pokémon learn different attacks at different levels, as well as some new ones! For example, Pikachu can learn Thunderbolt on his own! Yeah! I can't think of any other differences now. If you find anything I missed, send it to yoshi-7@mailcity.com and get full credit! Thanks! *=============================================================================* /¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯\ / /¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯\ \ | | Walkthrough | | \ \_____________________________________/ / \_______________________________________/ This is a walkthrough for Pokémon Yellow. I will use the default names for the characters. You are Ash, and your rival is Gary. Send in anything I missed! ********************* * Starting The Game * ********************* Things To Do: (1) Put Pokémon Yellow into your Game Boy/Game Boy Pocket/Game Boy Color. (2) Turn it on. (3) Choose New Game. (4) Enter your name, then enter your rival's name. (5) Begin! When you turn on your Game Boy, you will see a Nintendo logo, and then a little star flying over the GameFreak logo. Then, you'll see a little Pikachu running towards you, then he'll shoot across the screen, run closer to you, then he'll start surfing, then get a little closer, start flying on balloons, and then when he reaches you, he'll Thundershock you. He'll say "Pika!" then. Press the start button and choose New Game. Enter your name and your rival's name when Oak asks you to. Once that's done, it's time to begin playing Pokémon Yellow! *************** * Pallet Town * *************** Things To Do: (1) Withdraw the Potion from your PC. (2) Try to leave the town. (3) Get the Pikachu. (4) Get the Map. Pokémon Available: Pikachu (Only One) Items Available: Potion Welcome to Pokémon Yellow! You begin in your room, playing the Super NES. You are Ash, living in the town of Pallet. The first thing to do is to go withdraw the potion from your PC. Then, go downstairs and leave your house. Try to leave town, and Professor Oak will come and say not to go into the wild without your own Pokémon. Then, a wild Pikachu attacks! Professor Oak catches it, and then tells you to come to his lab. There is only one Poké Ball on the table. Gary is there, too. Oak tells you to take the Poké Ball, but Gary whines. Gary wants it! When you go to pick it up, Gary shoves you out of the way and snatches the Pokémon! Oak calls you to him and he gives you the untame Pikachu. As you try to leave the lab, Gary wants a fight. He sends out Eevee, and you send out your Pikachu. Keep using Thundershock and you'll win. After the fight, Gary gets mad and leaves. Then, the Pikachu pops out of it's Poké Ball! Oak says that this Pikachu won't stay in it's Poké Ball. Talk to Pikachu to see how he's feeling. When you're done, go up through the small opening to start walking on Route 1. <-------------------------TRAINER-------------------------> TRAINER: Gary OPPONENTS: Eevee (LV: 5) PRIZES: $175 Pikachu can easily take care of Eevee. Just keep using Thundershock. <-------------------------TRAINER-------------------------> *********** * Route 1 * *********** Things To Do: (1) Train Pikachu to at least LV 8. (2) Get the free Potion. Pokémon Available: Pidgey Rattata Items Available: Potion You should train your Pikachu to at least LV 8 here. When you are done training Pikachu, talk to the first guy you see to get a free bottle of Potion. ***************** * Viridian City * ***************** Things To Do: (1) Get Oak's Parcel. Pokémon Available: None Items Available: Oak's Parcel When you first arrive in Viridian City, all you do is go inside the Poké Mart and pick up Professor Oak's Parcel. This Parcel is Oak's custom Poké Ball! So, take the Parcel and heas back through Route 1 and back to Pallet Town... *************** * Pallet Town * *************** Things To Do: (1) Get the Pokédex from Oak. (2) Get the Town Map from Gary's sister. Pokémon Available: None Items Available: Pokédex Town Map Back at home... Actually, all you do here is go and talk to Professor Oak and Gary's sister. Go back into Oak's lab and talk to him. Gary will barge in, too. Oak will say that he's to old to list all the Pokémon data, so he gives you a Pokédex, a portable computer. After you get the Pokédex, go into Gary's house and talk to his sister. She'll give you the Town Map, no matter what Gary says. ***************** * Viridian City * ***************** Things To Do: (1) Buy at least 10 Poké Balls. Pokémon Available: None Items Available: None Now you're back in Viridian City. Go into the Poké Mart and buy at least 10 Poké Balls. Go back to Route 1 and catch Pidgey and Rattata. Once you've done that, head to the left of Viridian City to go to Route 22. *=============================================================================* /¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯\ / /¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯\ \ | | The Pokédex | | \ \_____________________________________/ / \_______________________________________/ NOTE: Every Pokémon in Yellow has a different picture, stats, moves, and even Pokédex descriptions. These are all the Pokémon I have so far. Name: Pidgey Number: 016 Height: 1'00" Weight: 4.0LB Description: Very docile. If attacked, it will often kick up sand to protect itself rather than fight back. Name: Pikachu Number: 025 Height: 1'04" Weight: 13.0LB Description: It keeps its tail raised to monitor its surroundings. If you yank its tail, it will try to bite you. Caterpie: If you touch the feeler on its head, it will release a stinky gas to protect itself. Metapod: It hardens to protect its weak body, but it may pop out of its shell. Butterfree: It has tiny scales on its wings. This allows it to fly in the rain. Mew: If you look at this pokemon under a microscope, you can see it's tiny hairs. Geodude: Often mistaken for rocks. If you step on it, it will get angry. Oddish: Usually mistaken for weeds. If you pull it out, it will scream. Gloom: Gloom has a horrible smell. But 1 out of 1000 people like Gloom's smell. I know there isn't much in the Pokédex now, but I'm working on catching more and typing up their data as fast as I can. Have any Pokémon data I missed? (Data from Yellow only, not Red & Blue.) If so, send it to me via e-mail. *=============================================================================* /¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯\ / /¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯\ \ | | The Item List | | \ \_____________________________________/ / \_______________________________________/ As far as I know, there are no new items in Pokémon Yellow. But, I do not know about prices. The Item List will be finished soon, but for now I'll list what items you can buy in Poké Marts. You can buy different items in each city. Balls: Poke Ball - Used to catch Pokemon. Great Ball - Catches better than a Poke Ball. Ultra Ball - Catches better than a Great Ball. Master Ball - Only one. Catches ANY Pokemon 100% of the time! Safari Ball - Used to catch Pokemon in "Safari Zone". Stones/Fossils: Fire Stone - Evolves certain Fire-type Pokemon. Thunder Stone - Evolves certain Electric-type Pokemon. Water Stone - Evolves certain Water-type Pokemon. Leaf Stone - Evolves certain Grass-type Pokemon. Moon Stone - Evolves some other types of Pokemon. Helix Fossil - Revive "Omanyte". Dome Fossil - Revive "Kabuto". Old Amber - Revive "Aerodactyl". Recovery: Antidote - Cures "Poison". Burn Heal - Cures "Burn". Ice Heal - Cures "Freeze". Awakening - Cures "Sleep". Paralyze Heal - Cures "Paralyze". Full Heal - Cures Poison, Burn, Freeze, Sleep, and Paralyze. Potion - Restores some HP. Super Potion - Restores more HP than a Potion. Hyper Potion - Restores more HP than a Super Potion. Max Potion - Restores all HP. Fresh Water - In battle, restores some HP. Soda Pop - Restores more HP than Fresh Water in battle. Lemonade - Restores more HP than Soda Pop in battle. Full Restore - Heals all conditions and HP. Revive - Revives a fainted Pokemon, restores 1/2 its HP. Max Revive - Revives a fainted Pokemon, restores all HP. Elixier - Recover 10 PP for all attacks. Max Elixier - Recover all PP for all attacks. Ether - Recover 10 PP for an attack. Max Ether - Recover all PP for an attack. Power-ups: Rare Candy - Raises a level for a Pokemon. HP Up - Increases HP. PP Up - Increases PP. Protein - Increases Attack. Iron - Increases Defense. Carbos - Increases Speed. Calcium - Increases Special. X Attack - In battle, increases Attack. X Defend - In battle, increases Defense. X Speed - In battle, increases Speed. X Special - In battle, increases Special. X Accuracy - In battle, increases chance of hitting. Guard Spec. - In battle, the enemy can't use special attack. Dire Hit - In battle, attacks become more effective. Field: Bicycle - Can be obtained for free with a Bike Voucher. Escape Rope - Moves you out of a cave. Repel - Decreases enemy encounter rate for a period of time. Super Repel - Lasts longer than Repel. Max Repel - Lasts longer than Super Repel. Special: PokeDex - Records data of Pokemon you have seen and caught. Town Map - This map shows you the areas in Pokemon. TM - Can teach Pokémon an ability. HM - Can teach Pokémon a special ability. Badges: Boulder Badge (Brock: Pewter City) - Power increases a little, lets you use Flash. Cascade Badge (Misty: Cerulean City) - Pokemon up to L30 will obey you, lets you use Cut. Thunder Badge (Lt. Surge: Vermilion City) - Speed increases a little, lets you use Fly. Rainbow Badge (Erika: Celadon City) - Pokemon up to L50 will obey you, lets you use Strength. Marsh Badge (Sabrina: Saffron City) - Pokemon up to L70 will obey you. Soul Badge (Koga: Fuchsia City) - Defense increases a little, lets you use Surf. Volcano Badge (Blaine: Cinnabar Island) - Special abilities increase a little. Earth Badge (Giovanni: Viridian City) - ALL Pokemon will obey you. Misc.: Nugget - Sells for $5,000! Gold Teeth - Found in Safari Zone. Owned by the Warden in Fuchsia City. S.S. Ticket - A ticket for the S.S. Anne. Poke Doll - A doll that allows you to run away from battle. Silph Scope - Allows you to identify ghosts in Pokemon Tower. Poke Flute - Plays a tune that wakes up sleeping Pokemon. Old Rod - Use it to fish for water Pokemon. Good Rod - Can catch some water Pokemon that the Old Rod can't. Super Rod - Can catch water Pokemon that the other Rods can't. Itemfinder - Allows you to find items you can't see. EXP. All - Allows Pokemon who don't fight in battle get EXP. Coins - Win them at Game Corner to exchange for Pokemon. Coin Case - Save Coins in this. Bike Voucher - Get this in Vermilion City. Oak's Parcel - Deliver this package to Professor Oak. Card Key - Open doors in Silph Co. with this. Lift Key - Operate Game Corner Basement elevator. Secret Key - Open Cinnabar Gym with this. Viridian City: Poké Ball $200 Potion $300 Antidote $100 Parlyz Heal $200 Burn Heal $250 *=============================================================================* /¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯\ / /¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯\ \ | | The Attack List | | \ \_____________________________________/ / \_______________________________________/ Just like the items, there are no new attacks in Pokémon Yellow, and as far as I know, Kinesis can't be taught with a TM or learned by level EXP.! Hmm... But, Pokémon in Yellow learn different attacks. I'll list all of those right here: Thanks to MetroidMoo for this! NOTE: All stat increasing and decreasing effects are temporary! Also, the "basic" attacks will be simply classified as "Damages." Here's how it's listed: Name | Type | PP | Effect ---------------------------------------------------------------- *A* ---------------------------------------------------------------- Absorb | Grass | 20 | Pokemon absorbs HP equal to 1/2 the damage delt. Acid | Poison | 30 | Damages and may decrease enemy's Defense. Acid Armor | Poison | 40 | Increases Pokemon's Defense. Agility | Psychic | 30 | Greatly increases Speed. Amnesia | Psychic | 20 | Greatly increases Special. Aurora Beam | Ice | 20 | Damages, may Freeze enemy and/or decrease its Attack. ---------------------------------------------------------------- *B* ---------------------------------------------------------------- Barrage | Normal | 20 | Pokemon attacks 2 to 5 times in a row. Barrier | Psychic | 30 | Greatly increases Defense. Bide | Normal | 10 | Pokemon loses 2 to 3 turns, then damages twice the amount it received. Bind | Normal | 20 | Pokemon attacks 2 to 5 times in a row. Bite | Normal | 25 | Damages. Blizzard | Ice | 5 | Damages and may Freeze enemy. Body Slam | Normal | 15 | Damages and may Paralyze enemy. Bone Club | Ground | 20 | Damages. Bonemerang | Ground | 10 | Pokemon attacks 2 times. Bubble | Water | 30 | Damages and may decrease Speed. Bubblebeam | Water | 20 | Damages and may decrease Speed. ---------------------------------------------------------------- *C* ---------------------------------------------------------------- Clamp | Water | 10 | Pokemon attacks 2 to 5 times in a row. Comet Punch | Normal | 15 | Pokemon attacks 2 to 5 times in a row. Confuse Ray | Ghost | 10 | Confuses enemy. Confusion | Psychic | 25 | Damages and may Confuse enemy. Constrict | Normal | 25 | Damages and decreases enemy's Speed. Conversion | Normal | 30 | Converts the Pokemon's type to enemy's. Counter | Fighting | 20 | Hits enemy for twice the damage taken. Crabhammer | Water | 10 | Good chance for getting critical hit. Cut | Normal | 30 | Damages. ---------------------------------------------------------------- *D* ---------------------------------------------------------------- Defense Curl | Normal | 40 | Increases Defense. Dig | Ground | 10 | Pokemon digs on the first turn, then attacks on the second. (Doesn't effect Flying-type Pokemon) Disable | Normal | 20 | Disables a Pokemon's ability. Dizzy Punch | Normal | 10 | Damages. Double Kick | Fighting | 30 | Pokemon attacks twice. Double Team | Normal | 15 | Increases Pokemon's Evade. Double-Edge | Normal | 15 | Pokemon takes 1/4 the damage the enemy takes. Doubleslap | Normal | 10 | Pokemon attacks multiple times. Dragon Rage | Dragon | 10 | Pokemon causes 40 HP damage. Dream Eater | Psychic | 15 | While enemy Pokemon Sleeps, Pokemon absorbs HP. Drill Peck | Flying | 20 | Damages. ---------------------------------------------------------------- *E* ---------------------------------------------------------------- Earthquake | Ground | 10 | Damages. (Doesn't effect Flying-type Pokemon) Egg Bomb | Normal | 10 | Damages. Ember | Fire | 25 | Damages and may Burn enemy. Explosion | Normal | 5 | Damages, but kills Pokemon. ---------------------------------------------------------------- *F* ---------------------------------------------------------------- Fire Blast | Fire | 5 | Damages and may Burn enemy. Fire Punch | Fire | 15 | Damages and may Burn enemy. Fire Spin | Fire | 15 | Pokemon attacks 2 to 5 times in a row. Fissure | Ground | 5 | May defeat enemy Pokemon in one hit. (Doesn't effect Flying-type Pokemon) Flamethrower | Fire | 15 | Damages and may Burn enemy. Flash | Normal | 20 | Decreases enemy Pokemon's Accuracy. Fly | Flying | 15 | Pokemon flies up on first turn, then attacks on the second turn. Focus Energy | Normal | 30 | Increases chances of critical hits. Fury Attack | Normal | 20 | Pokemon attacks 2 to 5 times in a row. Fury Swipes | Normal | 15 | Pokemon attacks 2 to 5 times in a row. ---------------------------------------------------------------- *G* ---------------------------------------------------------------- Glare | Normal | 30 | Paralyzes enemy. Growl | Normal | 40 | Decreases enemy's Attack. Growth | Normal | 40 | Increases Special. Guillotine | Normal | 5 | Can defeat enemy in one hit. Gust | Normal | 35 | Damages. ---------------------------------------------------------------- *H* ---------------------------------------------------------------- Harden | Normal | 30 | Increases Defense. Haze | Ice | 30 | Cures all Status effects on both Pokemon. Head Butt | Normal | 15 | Damages. Hi Jump Kick | Fighting | 20 | If Pokemon misses, it takes 1/8 the damage it would have caused. Horn Attack | Normal | 25 | Damages. Horn Drill | Normal | 5 | Can defeat enemy in one hit. Hydro Pump | Water | 5 | Damages. Hyper Beam | Normal | 5 | Pokemon attacks on first turn, then recharges on the second turn. Hyper Fang | Normal | 15 | Damages. Hypnosis | Psychic | 20 | Puts enemy to Sleep. ---------------------------------------------------------------- *I* ---------------------------------------------------------------- Ice Beam | Ice | 10 | Damages and may Freeze enemy. Ice Punch | Ice | 15 | Damages and may Freeze enemy. ---------------------------------------------------------------- *J* ---------------------------------------------------------------- Jump Kick | Fighting | 25 | If Pokemon misses, it takes 1/8 the damage it would have caused. ---------------------------------------------------------------- *K* ---------------------------------------------------------------- Karate Chop | Normal | 25 | Good chance of a critical hit. ---------------------------------------------------------------- *L* ---------------------------------------------------------------- Leech Life | Bug | 15 | Pokemon absorbs some of enemy's HP. Leech Seed | Grass | 10 | Pokemon absorbs some of enemy's HP each turn. Leer | Normal | 30 | Decreases enemy's Defense. Lick | Ghost | 30 | Damages and may Paralyze enemy. Light Screen | Psychic | 30 | Decreases damage from Special Attacks by 50%. Lovely Kiss | Normal | 10 | Puts enemy to sleep. Low Kick | Fighting | 20 | Damages. ---------------------------------------------------------------- *M* ---------------------------------------------------------------- Meditate | Psychic | 40 | Increases Attack. Mega Drain | Grass | 10 | Pokemon absorbs HP from enemy equal to 1/2 the damage caused. Mega Kick | Normal | 5 | Damages. Mega Punch | Normal | 20 | Damages. Metronome | Normal | 10 | Selects a random Ability to use. Mimic | Normal | 10 | Pokemon mimics enemy's last attack. Minimize | Normal | 20 | Increases Pokemon's Evade. Mirror Move | Flying | 20 | Pokemon mimics enemy's last attack. Mist | Ice | 30 | Immune to stat decreasing Attacks. ---------------------------------------------------------------- *N* ---------------------------------------------------------------- Night Shade | Ghost | 15 | Causes damage equal to EXP Level. ---------------------------------------------------------------- *P* ---------------------------------------------------------------- Pay Day | Normal | 20 | Damages and get money after battle. (Money received: EXP Level x 2) Peck | Flying | 35 | Damages. Petal Dance | Grass | 20 | Damages, but Confuses Pokemon. Pin Missle | Bug | 20 | Pokemon attacks 2 to 5 times in a row. Poison Gas | Poison | 40 | Poisons enemy. Poison Sting | Poison | 35 | Damages and may Poison enemy. Poison Powder | Poison | 35 | Poisons enemy. Pound | Normal | 35 | Damages. Psybeam | Psychic | 20 | Damages and may Confuse enemy. Psychic | Psychic | 10 | Damages and may decrease enemy's Special. Psywave | Psychic | 15 | Damages cause is equal to 1.5 times Pokemon's EXP Level. ---------------------------------------------------------------- *Q* ---------------------------------------------------------------- Quick Attack | Normal | 30 | Pokemon attacks first. ---------------------------------------------------------------- *R* ---------------------------------------------------------------- Rage | Normal | 20 | Damages and increases Attack when damaged until battle is over. Razor Leaf | Grass | 25 | Damages and has good chance of a critical hit. Razor Wind | Normal | 10 | Pokemon builds power on the first turn, then attacks on the second turn. Recover | Normal | 20 | Restores HP equal to 1/2 of Pokemon's max HP. Reflect | Psychic | 20 | Decreases damage from Physical Attacks by 50%. Rest | Psychic | 10 | Pokemon restores HP, but loses 2 turns. Roar | Normal | 20 | Makes wild enemy Pokemon run away. Rock Slide | Rock | 10 | Damages. Rock Throw | Rock | 15 | Damages. Rolling Kick | Fighting | 15 | Damages. ---------------------------------------------------------------- *S* ---------------------------------------------------------------- Sand-Attack | Normal | 15 | Decreases enemy's Accuracy. Scratch | Normal | 30 | Damages. Screech | Normal | 40 | Greatly decreases enemy's Defense. Seismic Toss | Fighting | 20 | Damage caused is equal to Pokemon's EXP Level. Self Destruct | Normal | 5 | Damages, but kills Pokemon. Sharpen | Normal | 30 | Increases Attack. Sing | Normal | 15 | Puts enemy to Sleep. Skull Bash | Normal | 15 | Pokemon lowers head on the first turn, then attacks on the second. Sky Attack | Flying | 5 | Pokemon builds power on the first turn, then attacks on the second turn. Slam | Normal | 20 | Damages. Slash | Normal | 20 | Damages and has a chance for a critical hit. Sleep Powder | Grass | 15 | Puts enemy to Sleep. Sludge | Poison | 20 | Damages and may Poison enemy. Smog | Poison | 20 | Damages and may Poison enemy. Smokescreen | Normal | 20 | Decreases enemy's Accuracy. Softboiled | Normal | 10 | Pokemon recovers HP. (Works only with Chansey and Mew) Solar Beam | Grass | 10 | Pokemon absorbs sunlight on the first turn, then attacks on the second turn. Sonicboom | Normal | 20 | Causes 20 HP damage. Spike Cannon | Normal | 15 | Pokemon attacks 2 to 5 times in a row. Splash | Normal | 40 | Damages. Spore | Grass | 15 | Puts enemy to Sleep. Stomp | Normal | 20 | Damages. Strength | Normal | 15 | Damages. String Shot | Bug | 40 | Decreases enemy's Speed. Struggle | Normal | 10 | Only used when Pokemon runs out of PP, but Pokemon takes 1/4 the damage caused. Stun Spore | Grass | 30 | Paralyzes enemy. Submission | Fighting | 25 | Pokemon takes 1/4 the damage caused. Substitute | Normal | 10 | Pokemon creates a "doll" which fights for itself. Breaks when takes too much damage. Super Fang | Normal | 10 | Decreases enemy's HP by 1/2. Supersonic | Normal | 20 | Confuses enemy. Surf | Water | 15 | Damages. Swift | Normal | 20 | Damages, and highly accurate. Swords Dance | Normal | 30 | Increases Attack. ---------------------------------------------------------------- *T* ---------------------------------------------------------------- Tackle | Normal | 35 | Damages. Tail Whip | Normal | 30 | Decreases enemy's Defense. Take Down | Normal | 20 | Pokemon takes 1/4 the damage caused. Teleport | Psychic | 20 | Escape from wild Pokemon battles. Thrash | Normal | 20 | Damages, but Confuses Pokemon. Thunder | Electric | 10 | Damages and may Paralyze enemy. Thunder Wave | Electric | 20 | Paralyzes enemy. Thunderbolt | Electric | 15 | Damages and may Paralyze enemy. Thunderpunch | Electric | 15 | Damages and may Paralyze enemy. Thundershock | Electric | 30 | Damages and may Paralyze enemy. Toxic | Poison | 10 | Poisons enemy, but damage increases each turn. Transform | Normal | 10 | Changes Pokemon into enemy Pokemon. Tri Attack | Normal | 10 | Damages. Twineedle | Bug | 20 | Pokemon attacks twice, and may Poison enemy. ---------------------------------------------------------------- *V* ---------------------------------------------------------------- Vicegrip | Normal | 30 | Damages. Vine Whip | Grass | 10 | Damages. ---------------------------------------------------------------- *W* ---------------------------------------------------------------- Water Gun | Water | 25 | Damages. Waterfall | Water | 15 | Damages. Whirlwind | Normal | 20 | Tosses wild Pokemon out of battle. Wing Attack | Flying | 35 | Damages. Withdraw | Water | 40 | Increases Defense. Wrap | Normal | 20 | Pokemon attacks 2 to 5 times in a row. Pidgey: -- Gust 05 Sand-Attack 12 Quick Attack Pidgey is at Level 14 so far... Pikachu: -- Thundershock -- Growl 06 Tail Whip 08 Thunderwave 11 Quick Attack 15 Double Team 20 Slam 26 Thunderbolt 33 Agility 41 Thunder 50 Light Screen *=============================================================================* /¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯\ / /¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯\ \ | | GameShark Codes | | \ \_____________________________________/ / \_______________________________________/ NOTE: These codes have been tested and work. Please do not steal these! Thanks. Infinite Money: 019946D3 019947D3 019948D3 Enemy Pokémon Are Always Affected By Burn & Sleep: (NOTE) 0115E8CF This code affects wild Pokémon and your opponent's Pokémon. This code never wears off and your Pokémon are virtually INVINCIBLE! Infinite Health: 01??15D0 Fight Any Pokémon: 01??D7CF Buy Any Item: 01??7BCF Item Quantity Digits: (The ??'s) 01 - Master Ball 0 02 - Ultra Ball 1200 03 - Great Ball 200 04 - PokéBall 200 05 - Town Map 0 06 - Bicycle 0 08 - Safari Ball 0 09 - Pokédex 0 0A - Moon Stone 0 0B - Antidote 100 0C - Burn Heal 250 0D - Ice Heal 250 0E - Awakening 200 0F - Parlyz Heal 200 10 - Full Restore 3000 11 - Max Potion 2500 12 - Hyper Potion 1500 13 - Super Potion 700 14 - Potion 300 1D - Escape Rope 550 1E - Repel 350 1F - Old Amber 0 20 - Fire Stone 2100 21 - Thunder Stone 2100 22 - Water Stone 2100 23 - HP Up 9800 24 - Protein 9800 25 - Iron 9800 26 - Carbos 9800 27 - Calcium 9800 28 - Rare Candy 4800 29 - Dome Fossil 0 2A - Helix Fossil 0 2B - Secret Key 0 2D - Bike Voucher 0 2E - X Accuracy 950 2F - Leaf Stone 2100 30 - Card Key 0 31 - Nugget 10000 32 - PP UP 9800 33 - PokéDoll 1000 34 - Full Heal 600 35 - Revive 1500 36 - Max Revive 4000 37 - Gaurd Spec 700 38 - Super Repel 500 39 - Max Repel 700 3A - Dire Hit 650 3B - Coin 10 3C - Fresh Water 200 3D - Soda Pop 300 3E - Lemonade 350 3F - S.S. Ticket 0 40 - Gold Teeth 0 41 - X Attack 500 42 - X Defend 550 43 - X Speed 350 44 - X Special 350 45 - Coin Case 0 46 - Oak's Parcel 0 47 - Item Finder 0 48 - Silph Scope 0 49 - PokéFlute 0 4A - Lift Key 0 4B - Exp. All 0 4C - Old Rod 0 4D - Good Rod 0 4E - Super Rod 0 4F - PP Up 0 50 - Ether 0 51 - Max Ether 0 52 - Elixer 0 53 - Max Elixer 0 C4 - HM01 Cut 10104 C5 - HM02 Fly 10104 C6 - HM03 Surf 10104 C7 - HM04 Strength 10104 C8 - HM05 Flash 10104 C9 - TM01 Mega Punch 3000 CA - TM02 Razor Wind 2000 CB - TM03 Swords Dance 2000 CC - TM04 Whirlwind 1000 CD - TM05 Mega Kick 3000 CE - TM06 Toxic 4000 CF - TM07 Horn Drill 2000 D0 - TM08 Body Slam 4000 D1 - TM09 Take Down 3000 D2 - TM10 Double-Edge 4000 D3 - TM11 Bubble Beam 2000 D4 - TM12 Water Gun 1000 D5 - TM13 Ice Beam 4000 D6 - TM14 Blizzard 5000 D7 - TM15 Hyper Beam 5000 D8 - TM16 Pay Day 5000 D9 - TM17 Submission 3000 DA - TM18 Counter 2000 DB - TM19 Seismic Toss 3000 DC - TM20 Rage 2000 DD - TM21 Mega Drian 5000 DE - TM22 Solar Beam 5000 DF - TM23 Dragon Rage 5000 E0 - TM24 Thunderbolt 2000 E1 - TM25 Thunder 5000 E2 - TM26 Earthquake 4000 E3 - TM27 Fissure 5000 E4 - TM28 Dig 2000 E5 - TM29 Psychic 4000 E6 - TM30 Teleport 1000 E7 - TM31 Mimc 2000 E8 - TM32 Double Team 1000 E9 - TM33 Reflect 1000 EA - TM34 Bide 2000 EB - TM35 Metronome 4000 EC - TM36 Selfdestruct 2000 ED - TM37 Egg Bomb 2000 EE - TM38 Fire Blast 2000 EF - TM39 Swift 2000 F0 - TM40 Skull Bash 2000 F1 - TM41 Softboiled 4000 F2 - TM42 Dreameater 2000 F3 - TM43 Sky Attack 5000 F4 - TM44 Rest 2000 F5 - TM45 Thunder Wave 2000 F6 - TM46 Psywave 4000 F7 - TM47 Explosion 3000 F8 - TM48 Rock Slide 4000 F9 - TM49 Tri Attack 4000 FA - TM50 Substitue 2000 FB - TM51 Cut 0 FC - TM52 Fly 0 FD - TM53 Surf 0 FE - TM54 Strength 0 FF - TM55 Flash 0 Ability Quantity Digits: (The ??'s) Bulbasaur - 99 Ivysaur - 09 Venusaur - 9A Charmander - B0 Charmeleon - B2 Charizard - B4 Squirtle - B1 Wartortle - BC Blastoise - 1C Caterpie - 7B Metapod - 7C Butterfree - 7D Weedle - 70 Kakuna - 71 Beedrill - 72 Pidgey - 24 Pidgeotto - 96 Pidgeot - 97 Rattata - A5 Raticate - A6 Spearow - 05 Fearow - 23 Ekans - 6C Arbok - 2D Pikachu - 54 Raichu - 55 Sandshrew - 60 Sandslash - 61 Nidoran F - 0F Nindorina - A8 Nidoqueen - 10 Nidoran M - 03 Nindorino - A7 Nidoking - 07 Clefairy - 04 Clefable - 8E Vulpix - 52 Ninetales - 53 Jigglypuff - 64 Wigglytuff - 65 Zubat - 6B Golbat - 82 Oddish - B9 Gloom - BA Vileplume - BB Paras - 6D Parasect - 2E Venonat - 41 Venomoth - 77 Diglett - 3B Dugtrio - 76 Meowth - 4D Persian - 90 Psyduck - 2F Golduck - 80 Mankey - 39 Primeape - 75 Growlithe - 21 Arcanine - 14 Poliwag - 47 Poliwhirl - 6E Poliwrath - 6F Abra - 94 Kadabra - 26 Alakazam - 95 Machop - 6A Machoke - 29 Machamp - 7E Bellsprout - BC Weepinbell - BD Victreebell - BE Tentacool - 18 Tentacruel - 9B Geodude - A9 Graveler - 27 Golem - 31 Ponyta - A3 Rapidash - A4 Slowpoke - 25 Slowbro - 08 Magnemite - AD Magneton - 36 Farfetch'd - 40 Doduo - 46 Dodrio - 74 Seel - 3A Dewgong - 78 Grimer - 0D Muk - 88 Shellder - 17 Cloyster - 8B Gastly - 19 Haunter - 93 Gengar - 0E Onix - 22 Drowzee - 30 Hypno - 81 Krabby - 4E Kingler - 8A Voltorb - 06 Electrode - 8D Exeggcute - 0C Exeggutor - 0A Cubone - 11 Marowak - 91 Hitmonlee - 2B Hitmonchan - 2C Lickitung - 0B Koffing - 37 Weezing - 8F Rhyhorn - 12 Rhydon - 01 Chansey - 28 Tangela - 1E Kangaskhan - 02 Horsea - 5C Seadra - 5D Goldeen - 9D Seaking - 9E Staryu - 1B Starmie - 98 Mr. Mime - 2A Scyther - 1A Jynx - 48 Electabuzz - 35 Magmar - 33 Pinsir - 1D Tauros - 3C Magikarp - 85 Gyarados - 16 Lapras - 13 Ditto - 4C Eevee - 66 Vaporeon - 69 Jolteon - 68 Flareon - 67 Porygon - AA Omanyte - 62 Omastar - 63 Kabuto - 5A Kabutops - 5B Aerodactyl - AB Snorlax - 84 Articuno - 4A Zapdos - 4B Moltres - 49 Dratini - 58 Dragonair - 59 Dragonite - 42 Mewtwo - 83 Mew - 15 *=============================================================================* /¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯\ / /¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯\ \ | | Can You Find Mew? | | \ \_____________________________________/ / \_______________________________________/ I personally think you can get Mew in Pokémon Yellow. Here are the reasons: 1: Nintendo was keeping Mew a secret to keep us busy in Pokémon untill Yellow came out. Why not give Mew out now? 2: There is a Coliseum 2 in the game, which is like the Pokémon Tournaments in the Mall Tours. Mew isn't allowed in Coliseum 2. If you couldn't get Mew, why would they outlaw something you couldn't get? 3: Pocket Games magazine said all 152 Pokémon were catchable. This includes Mew and another one. Missingno. isn't in Yellow, so who's #152? Togepi?! CONFIRMED: IF YOU HAVE POKEMON RED, BLUE, OR YELLOW, YOU CAN GET MEW! FOR ABOUT FIVE BUCKS! GOTO THIS SITE TO GET HIM: http://cgi.ebay.com/aw-cgi/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=170109084 THIS IS MY AUCTION AND IT IS SAFE!!! *=============================================================================* /¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯\ / /¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯\ \ | | Rumor List | | \ \_____________________________________/ / \_______________________________________/ Here are some rumors I've heard about: Rumor #1: You can catch Raichu in the game. Truth: You CAN'T find Raichu anywhere! You must trade for him. Rumor #2: You can catch Mew in the game. Truth: Who knows, yet. So far signs point to yes on this one. Rumor #3: Pikachu can learn Surf. Truth: Nope! Pikachu cannot learn Surf. Rumor #4: You can catch Togepi in the game. Truth: I cannot say you can't catch Togepi yet. Rumor #5: You can get Misty and Brock to follow you around. Truth: Nope, nobody follows you except Pikachu. If you know of any rumors that I missed, e-mail me. *=============================================================================* /¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯\ / /¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯\ \ | | Mailbag/FAQ | | \ \_____________________________________/ / \_______________________________________/ Here at the Q&A section, you ask a question, and I'll give you an answer! To ask a question, simply send an e-mail to yoshi-7@mailcity.com with the subject as "Yellow Help". I will reply the same day. Here are the most asked questions: #1 Most Asked Question: Can I have the Pokémon Yellow full english Rom? Answer: Roms are illegal. I will give it to you if you can prove you own it. #2 Most Asked Question: Where did you get Pokémon Yellow at? Answer: I won an auction on eBay for about $50. #3 Most Asked Question: How do I beat Brock? Catch a Mankey and train it 'till it learns Low Kick or Butterfree until it learns Confusion. You should easily be able to defeat Brock. #4 Most Asked Question: Where do I find _______ (Random Pokémon Name) at? Answer: I am making a chart of what Pokémon you can find in each area. #5 Most Asked Question: How in heck do I get Bulbasaur? Answer: Catch 20 Pokémon, then talk to Melaine. (Where you trade for Jynx.) Source: www.thepokemasters.com *=============================================================================* /¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯\ / /¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯\ \ | | Copyright Info | | \ \_____________________________________/ / \_______________________________________/ This guide is (C) 1999 Jesse Austerman. Do not copy any information from this guide without permission from Jesse Austerman. If you want to use something in this guide, or want to put this guide on your site, you must give full credit and e-mail the creator at yoshi-7@mailcity.com. So, do _NOT_ copy anything! *=============================================================================* /¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯\ / /¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯\ \ | | Contact Info | | \ \_____________________________________/ / \_______________________________________/ To contact the creator of this guide, or to ask any questions about this guide, or Pokémon Yellow, drop me a line at yoshi-7@mailcity.com. *=============================================================================* /¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯\ / /¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯\ \ | | Credits List | | \ \_____________________________________/ / \_______________________________________/ Jesse Austerman (Me!): For creating this guide! eBay: The place where I got Pokémon Yellow! GameFaqs: The people kind enough to host this! *=============================================================================* If you want to use this on your site, e-mail me at: yoshi-7@mailcity.com _____ ______ /\___ \ /\ _ \ \/__/\ \ __ ____ ____ __ \ \ \L\ \ _\ \ \ /'__`\ /',__\ /',__\ /'__`\ \ \ __ \ /\ \_\ Y\ __//\__, `Y\__, `Y\ __/ \ \ \/\ \ __ \ \____| \____\/\____|/\____| \____\ \ \_\ \_Y\_\ \/___/ \/____/\/___/ \/___/ \/____/ \/_/\/_|/_/