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T11 asks: Added Jul 13th 2005, ID #33358

Question for Pokemon Blue

Hi to all !!
(Please reply as I have been looking around the Web for answers for many weeks)
(Much appreciated)

1) When you get a Mew what moves would it learn ?
2) Is it possible in any way to get a Pokemon not in the top 150 e.g. Celebi ?
3) Is there any way of getting Pokemon which are only available in Red ?
4) Is it possible to get all 3 starting Pokemon ?

! Very grateful for any sort of reply !
Thank you for your time
 
 
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rockinangels answered: Added 13th Jul 2005, ID #64763
Right:
1: Mew learns a variety of moves such as physic, metronome, mega punch.
2: Celebi is not in Pokemon blue and the only one over 150 is Mew
3: some Pokemon only appear in red so you may need to trade form that version
4: it is poosible to get all 3 by trade or starting a new game on the yellow version where you do get all three.
Hope this helps :D
 
 
 
 
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Mask-o-Sheik answered: Added 14th Jul 2005, ID #64965
1. Pound, Transform (lv10), Mega Punch (lv20), Metronome (lv30), Psychic (lv40)
2. Aside from Mew, no.
3-4. Trading is the conventional way. You can also use the Mew Glitch - here, I'll c/p my Mew Glitch hint along with a list of all the Pokemon hex values, which are needed if you want to catch all the Pokemon you want.

----***How to perform the Mew Glitch***
You will need
- an unchallenged trainer (trainer #1) that notices you the moment s/he appears on the screen
- an Escape Rope or a Pokemon with Fly, Dig or Teleport (depends on where the unchallenge trainer is: you will need to escape from that area)
- another unchallenged trainer (in a different area from the first one) that walks to you when s/he sees you (trainer #2)

The term "area" designates a route, cave or town that appears on the Town Map.

- save before doing anything
- first, take your Pokemon with Fly/Dig/Teleport or your Escape Rope and go to the area of trainer #1.
- walk into trainer #1's line of sight, but in such a way that the trainer is off the screen (so s/he doesn't challenge you). Walk one square away from where this trainer will see you.
- walk towards trainer #1, and press START *while* you are walking. If done properly, the menu screen will pop up before the trainer challenges you.
- Fly/Dig/Teleport/Escape from the area.
- Wherever you escape to, you will not be able to press START, A, or B unless a battle is initiated.
- Challenge trainer #2, making very sure this trainer walks towards you (if the trainer doesn't walk to you, the game will freeze)
- Once you defeat trainer #2, your buttons will be functional. You are free to do anything **outside** the area of trainer #1 - just don't save and turn the game off! (just to be save, don't save period)
- When you return to the area of trainer #1, the start menu will pop up on it's own. Close it by pressing B or Exit.
- A Pokemon will appear. The Pokemon that appears corresponds to the SPECIAL value of the LAST Pokemon you fought. This could be Trainer #2's last Pokemon, or any Pokemon fought after Trainer #2 was defeated.
- This Pokemon is usually level 7, but sometimes higher.
- The Special value of the last Pokemon prompts the hexadecimal value of the Pokemon you will see, NOT the Pokedex value. Thus, since Mew's hex value is 15 (21 in base 10), if you fight a Pokemon whose special is 21 (like the Shellder owned by the first trainer in Misty's gym, or the Youngster's Slowpoke beyond Nugget Bridge) before returning to trainer #1's area, you will find a Mew!

Here are the Pokemon hex values:

1 - Rhydon
2 - Kangaskhan
3 - NidoranM
4 - Clefairy
5 - Spearow
6 - Voltorb
7 - Nidoking
8 - Slowbro
9 - Ivysaur
10 - Exeggutor
11 - Lickitung
12 - Exeggcute
13 - Grimer
14 - Gengar
15 - NidoranF
16 - Nidoqueen
17 - Cubone
18 - Rhyhorn
19 - Lapras
20 - Arcanine
21 - Mew
22 - Gyarados
23 - Shellder
24 - Tentacool
25 - Gastly
26 - Scyther
27 - Staryu
28 - Blastoise
29 - Pinsir
30 - Tangela
33 - Growlithe
34 - Onix
35 - Fearow
36 - Pidgey
37 - Slowpoke
38 - Kadabra
39 - Graveler
40 - Chansey
41 - Machoke
42 - Mr. Mime
43 - Hitmonlee
44 - Hitmonchan
45 - Arbok
46 - Parasect
47 - Psyduck
48 - Drowzee
49 - Golem
51 - Magmar
52 - Mankey
53 - Electabuzz
54 - Magneton
55 - Koffing
58 - Seel
59 - Diglett
60 - Tauros
64 - Farfetch'd
65 - Venonat
66 - Dragonite
70 - Doduo
71 - Poliwag
72 - Jynx
73 - Moltres
74 - Articuno
75 - Zapdos
76 - Ditto
77 - Meowth
78 - Krabby
82 - Vulpix
83 - Ninetales
84 - Pikachu
85 - Raichu
88 - Dratini
89 - Dragonair
90 - Kabuto
91 - Kabutops
92 - Horsea
93 - Seadra
96 - Sandshrew
97 - Sandslash
98 - Omanyte
99 - Omastar
100 - Jigglypuff
101 - Wigglytuff
102 - Eevee
103 - Flareon
104 - Jolteon
105 - Vaporeon
106 - Machop
107 - Zubat
108 - Ekans
109 - Paras
110 - Poliwhirl
111 - Poliwrath
112 - Weedle
113 - Kakuna
114 - Beedrill
116 - Dodrio
117 - Primeape
118 - Dugtrio
119 - Venomoth
120 - Dewgong
123 - Caterpie
124 - Metapod
125 - Butterfree
126 - Machamp
127 - Missingno.
128 - Golduck
129 - Hypno
130 - Golbat
131 - Mewtwo
132 - Snorlax
133 - Magikarp
136 - Muk
138 - Kingler
139 - Cloyster
141 - Electrode
142 - Clefable
143 - Weezing
144 - Persian
145 - Marowak
147 - Haunter
148 - Abra
149 - Alakazam
150 - Pidgeotto
151 - Pidgeot
152 - Starmie
153 - Bulbasaur
154 - Venusaur
155 - Tentacruel
157 - Goldeen
158 - Seaking
163 - Ponyta
164 - Rapidash
165 - Rattata
166 - Raticate
167 - Nidorino
168 - Nidorina
169 - Geodude
170 - Porygon
171 - Aerodactyl
173 - Magnemite
176 - Charmander
177 - Squirtle
178 - Charmeleon
179 - Wartortle
180 - Charizard
185 - Oddish
186 - Gloom
187 - Vileplume
188 - Bellsprout
189 - Weepinbell
190 - Victreebel

IMPORTANT: if the last Pokemon you fight (before returning to area of trainer #1) is Ditto, and Ditto transforms into one of your Pokemon, ***YOUR POKEMON'S*** special is used to determine what Pokemon you will end up facing! This makes catching specific Pokemon MUCH easier!!

Hope I was helpful .
 
 
 
 
evil_demon_lord answered: Added 14th Jul 2005, ID #64975
1.Mew can learn any hm/tm plus it has by it's self pound,metrenome,and psycic
2.Not in any of the old versions (blue red yellow)
3.Unless you trade,no
4.No
Hope I helped,
Evil
 
 
 
 
hieione answered: Added 17th Jul 2005, ID #65827
Ok for the answers to your questions
1) Mew learns anything
2) no
3) do the Mew cheat but with other trainers you wont get the all but you can get a lot of them
3) you can get a squirtal by doing the Missingo trick it will be over lvl 100
 
 
 
 
darkboarder_77 answered: Added 19th Jul 2005, ID #66228
1. It learns any move at all.

2. Through Missingno, it may be possible. The hex coding in Missingno has a part of the hex necessary to get Lugia, but I do not know how to make this work.

3. Through Missingno or through Error Pokemon.

4. I'm not certain. Try Missingno again.
 
 
 
 
ninjastar answered: Added 16th Nov 2005, ID #86392
1) Mew can learn any tm/hm move
2)no
3)by trading, otherwise no
4)by trading, otherwise no
 
 
 
 
 

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