Walkthrough by CAHowell
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September 09, 2009: Beginning of Bare-bones Guide
September 10 - October 5, 2009: Writing the Johto Guide
October 13, 2009 - January 11, 2010: Writing the Kanto Guide
______________________________________________________________________________
February 15, 2010: Hello everyone! Now that we have the Kanto guide out of
                   the way, the guide is now up to version 3.00! We have made
                   several changes to the guide that should bring this guide
                   up to speed for the English release in March.

                   * Thanks to serebii.net, various names of the English
                     version have been revealed, including your other gender
                     rival's names, team rocket executives, various item
                     names, and a few locations that were not in the original
                     GSC. They have been changed in this version of the guide
                     to reflect the English version of the game.

                     The Poketholon has been changed to Pokeathlon, and the
                     Technique stat is now the Skill stat. The Pokedex section
                     has been edited to reflect these changes.

                   * Added the Kanto guide up to the Viridian Gym

                   * Pokeathlon stats and Move Tutor info up to the Sinnoh Dex
                     have been added

                   * Japanese/English changes added to the Changes FAQ
                     section.

                   If anything has been changed from what serebii says, or any
                   new info is revealed, I will add it to the guide. If you
                   see anything that references the Japanese version, then let
                   me know.

                   As far as the next update goes, I will try to get the
                   Updated Pokemon League, Cerulean Cave, and Mt. Silver and
                   the final battle in before or around the release of HGSS
                   in North America.
______________________________________________________________________________
March 09, 2010:    Only several more days until HG/SS is released in the
                   United States! Here is a update to help finish up a bunch
                   of things.

                   * Added the Endgame Guide section. This covers the rematch
                     against the Elite Four, Mt. Silver, and the final battle
                     against the former Champion.

                   * Added the Battle Frontier guide from my Platinum guide,
                     and corrected it for HGSS.

                   * Added a variety of Legendary areas, including two of the
                     Legendary Birds, and Suicune.

                   Originally, this update was going to contain info on
                   Cerulean Cave/Mewtwo and Seafoam/Articuno, but I wanted to
                   get the info on the updated Elite Four and Mt. Silver
                   before the game comes out in the US. Hopefully, they should
                   be in Version 3.11, which I will try to get out before the
                   US version comes out.

                   As for updates, I am going to try to do at least one more
                   update before it is released. If there is any major things
                   revealed before the release, such as any English names and
                   the like, I will try to add it to the guide. It might take
                   me a few days to get through HGSS, so bear with me when it
                   comes to updates.
______________________________________________________________________________
March 12, 2010:    Got several more updates today!

                   * Added Mewtwo/Cerulean Cave and Articuno/Seafoam Island
                     to the side-quest section.

                   * Re-did the Pokemon Encounter rates to include Pokemon
                     that are available via Rock Smash and Headbutting
                     Trees. Also removed any instances of surfing or national
                     dex Pokemon where there are none for that route or area.

                   * Added info to the Pokedex section on Pokemon that can
                     only be found in the special Safari Zone settings or
                     via the Pokewalker.

                   By the time this update should be out, Pokemon HGSS should
                   be available in the United States. I will try to answer
                   any questions that come along, and fix any errors as soon
                   as I can.

                   There should be a lot more content in the following updates
                   (Phone info, Gym Leader rematches, Pokeathlon and Pokewalker
                   info, etc), so stay tuned!
______________________________________________________________________________
March 14, 2010:    Hello English players! If you are reading this, you 
                   probably picked up HGSS from your local store. This update
                   is mostly a few corrections from the Japanese version.
                   
                   * Changed the info on the old man in the beginning of 
                     Cherrygrove
                     
                   * Renamed all instances of Tin Tower to Bell Tower. 
                   
                   * Changed the rival's first encounter from ??? to Passerby
                     Boy.
                     
                   * Re-did the Game Corner section of Goldenrod. 
                   
                   * Added the questions the lady at the Goldenrod Radio Tower
                     asks you. 
                    
                   I will be adding more as I play the English version.
                   
                   Nintendo has also announced that the Yellow Forrest event
                   for the Pokewalker will become available on April the 1st
                   up until April the 30th.  
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//----------------------------------/\--------------------------------------\\
//       Version History            /\               0001                   \\
//----------------------------------/\--------------------------------------\\
//       Table of Contents          /\               0002                   \\
//----------------------------------/\--------------------------------------\\
//       Johto Guide                /\               J001                   \\
//        -New Bark Town            /\               J002                   \\
//        -Route 29                 /\               J003                   \\
//        -Cherrygrove City         /\               J004                   \\
//        -Route 30/South 46        /\               J005                   \\
//        -Violet City              /\               J006                   \\
//        -Sprout Tower             /\               J007                   \\
//        -Violet Gym               /\               J008                   \\
//        -Route 32                 /\               J009                   \\
//        -Union Cave               /\               J010                   \\
//        -Route 33                 /\               J011                   \\
//        -Azalea Town              /\               J012                   \\
//        -Azalea Gym               /\               J013                   \\
//        -Ilex Forest              /\               J014                   \\
//        -Route 34                 /\               J015                   \\
//        -Goldenrod City           /\               J016                   \\
//        -Goldenrod Gym            /\               J017                   \\
//        -Route 35                 /\               J018                   \\
//        -National Park            /\               J019                   \\
//        -Route 36/37              /\               J020                   \\
//        -Ecruteak City            /\               J021                   \\
//        -Ecruteak Gym             /\               J022                   \\
//        -Route 38/39              /\               J023                   \\
//        -Olivine City             /\               J024                   \\
//        -Route 40/41              /\               J025                   \\
//        -Cianwood City            /\               J026                   \\
//        -Cianwood Gym             /\               J027                   \\
//        -Olivine Gym              /\               J028                   \\
//        -Route 42                 /\               J029                   \\
//        -Mahogany Town            /\               J030                   \\
//        -Route 42                 /\               J031                   \\
//        -Lake of Rage             /\               J032                   \\
//        -Rocket Hideout           /\               J033                   \\
//        -Mahogany Gym             /\               J034                   \\
//        -Radio Tower              /\               J035                   \\
//        -Underground Basement     /\               J036                   \\
//        -Radio Tower Redux        /\               J037                   \\
//        -Route 44                 /\               J038                   \\
//        -Ice Path                 /\               J039                   \\
//        -Blackthorn City          /\               J040                   \\
//        -Route 45/North 46        /\               J041                   \\
//        -Blackthorn Gym           /\               J042                   \\
//        -Dragons Den              /\               J043                   \\
//        -The Kimono House         /\               J044                   \\
//        -Route 27                 /\               J045                   \\
//        -Route 26                 /\               J046                   \\
//        -Victory Road             /\               J047                   \\
//        -Pokemon League           /\               J048                   \\
//        -S.S. Aqua                /\               J049                   \\
//----------------------------------/\--------------------------------------\\
//       Kanto Guide                /\               K001                   \\
//        -Vermillion City          /\               K002                   \\
//        -Vermillion Gym           /\               K003                   \\
//        -Route 6                  /\               K004                   \\
//        -Saffron City             /\               K005                   \\
//        -Saffron Gym              /\               K006                   \\
//        -Route 7                  /\               K007                   \\
//        -Celadon City             /\               K008                   \\
//        -Celadon Gym              /\               K009                   \\
//        -Route 16                 /\               K010                   \\
//        -Route 17/Cycling Road    /\               K011                   \\
//        -Route 18                 /\               K012                   \\
//        -Fuchisia City            /\               K013                   \\
//        -Fuchisia Gym             /\               K014                   \\
//        -Route 15                 /\               K015                   \\
//        -Route 14/13              /\               K016                   \\
//        -Route 12                 /\               K017                   \\
//        -Lavender Town            /\               K018                   \\
//        -Route 10 (Lavender)      /\               K019                   \\
//        -Rock Tunnel              /\               K020                   \\
//        -Route 10 (Cerulean)      /\               K021                   \\
//        -Route 9                  /\               K022                   \\
//        -Cerulean City            /\               K023                   \\
//        -Route 24                 /\               K024                   \\
//        -Route 25                 /\               K025                   \\
//        -Cerulean Gym             /\               K026                   \\
//        -Route 5                  /\               K027                   \\
//        -Route 8                  /\               K028                   \\
//        -Route 11                 /\               K029                   \\
//        -Diglett's Cave           /\               K030                   \\
//        -Route 2                  /\               K031                   \\
//        -Viridian City            /\               K032                   \\
//        -Viridian Forest          /\               K033                   \\
//        -Pewter City              /\               K034                   \\
//        -Pewter Gym               /\               K035                   \\
//        -Route 3                  /\               K036                   \\
//        -Mt. Moon                 /\               K037                   \\
//        -Route 4                  /\               K038                   \\
//        -Route 1                  /\               K039                   \\
//        -Pallet Town              /\               K040                   \\
//        -Route 21                 /\               K041                   \\
//        -Cinnibar Islands         /\               K042                   \\
//        -Route 20                 /\               K043                   \\
//        -Seafoam Gym              /\               K044                   \\
//        -Route 19                 /\               K045                   \\
//        -Viridian Gym             /\               K046                   \\
//----------------------------------/\--------------------------------------\\
//       Endgame Guide              /\               EG01                   \\
//        -Pokemon League Redux     /\               EG02                   \\
|         -Route 22                 /\               EG03                   \\
//        -Route 28                 /\               EG04                   \\
//        -Mt. Silver               /\               EG05                   \\
//        -The Final Battle         /\               EG06                   \\
//----------------------------------/\--------------------------------------\\
//       Battle Frontier Guide      /\               BF01                   \\
//        -Battle Tower             /\               BF02                   \\
//        -Battle Arcade            /\               BF03                   \\
//        -Battle Factory           /\               BF04                   \\
//        -Battle Hall              /\               BF05                   \\
//----------------------------------/\--------------------------------------\\
//       Post-National Dex Guide    /\               D001                   \\
//        -Pal Park                 /\               D002                   \\
//----------------------------------/\--------------------------------------\\
//       Sidequests Guide           /\               SQ01                   \\
//        -Ho-Oh and Bell Tower     /\               SQ02                   \\
//        -Lugia and Whirl Islands  /\               SQ03                   \\
//        -Cerulean Cave & Mewtwo   /\               SQ04                   \\
//        -Articuno & Seafoam Island/\               SQ05                   \\
//        -Zapdos & Power Plant     /\               SQ06                   \\
//        -Moltres and Mt. Silver   /\               SQ07                   \\
//        -Suicune and Cerulean Cape/\               SQ08                   \\
//----------------------------------/\--------------------------------------\\
//       Special Events             /\               SP01                   \\
//        -Celebi's Time Travel     /\               SP02                   \\
//        -Spiky Ear Pichu          /\               SP03                   \\
//        -Arceus and Sinjoh Ruins  /\               SP04                   \\
//----------------------------------/\--------------------------------------\\
//       Wi-Fi Events               /\               WF01                   \\
//        -Pokewalker Yellow Forest /\               WF02                   \\
//        -10th Anniversary Mew     /\               WF03                   \\
//        -The Enigma Stone         /\               WF04                   \\
//----------------------------------/\--------------------------------------\\
//      Breeding Guide              /\               0008                   \\
//        -The Basics               /\               00A8                   \\
//        -Chain Breeding           /\               00B8                   \\
//        -Baby Pokemon             /\               00C8                   \\
//        -Egg Group List           /\               00D8                   \\
//        -Steps to Hatch           /\               00E8                   \\
//----------------------------------/\--------------------------------------\\
//       Move List                  /\               M00A                   \\
//        -Move Table of Contents   /\               M001                   \\
//----------------------------------/\--------------------------------------\\
//       Items Guide                /\               IT01                   \\
//       -Item Table of Contents    /\               IT02                   \\
//       -TMs and HMs               /\               TM01                   \\
//----------------------------------/\--------------------------------------\\
//       Raising Guide              /\               R001                   \\
//        -Abilities Guide          /\               R002                   \\
//        -EV List                  /\               R003                   \\
//        -EXP Guide                /\               R004                   \\
//        -Natures Guide            /\               R005                   \\
//----------------------------------/\--------------------------------------\\
//       Misc Guides                /\               G001                   \\
//        -Shiny Pokemon Guide      /\               G002                   \\
//        -Pokerus Guide            /\               G003                   \\
//        -Catch Rate Guide         /\               G004                   \\
//        -Calculating EXP Gain     /\               G005                   \\
//        -Transferring Manaphy     /\               G006                   \\
//        -Sketch Guide             /\               G007                   \\
//        -Chatot's Chatter Move    /\               G008                   \\
//        -Ribbon Guide             /\               G009                   \\
//        -Secret ID Guide          /\               G010                   \\
//        -PickUp Guide             /\               G011                   \\
//        -Pokemart Guide           /\               G012                   \\
//        -Gender Differences       /\               G013                   \\
//        -Changing Pokemon Forms   /\               G014                   \\
//        -Changes FAQ              /\               G015                   \\
//----------------------------------/\--------------------------------------\\
//       Pokemon Battle Revolution  /\               PBR1                   \\
//        -Obtainable Items         /\               PBR2                   \\
//        -Obtainable Pokemon       /\               PBR3                   \\
//----------------------------------/\--------------------------------------\\
//       Pokedex 001-151            /\               P001                   \\
//       Pokedex 152-251            /\               P002                   \\
//       Pokedex 252-386            /\               P003                   \\
//       Pokedex 387-492            /\               P004                   \\
//----------------------------------/\--------------------------------------\\
//       Copyright and Credits      /\               LGAL                   \\
//----------------------------------/\--------------------------------------\\
//       Email Info                 /\               EMIL                   \\
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When you first start up the game, you will be taken to a screen that has
several options on it. Press the bottom one to continue. Prof. Oak will then
appear and ask you if you are a boy or a girl and then your name. Once that is
done, you will be taken to New Bark Town.

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You will start in your room. Head on down and your mother will give you your
bag. You can now also save and view your status.

When you first step out, Marill will come up to you and then leave and you
will see the first glimpse of the opposite gender rival. If you are playing
as a male, your opposite gender rival will be Lyra, a new addition to the
GSC story and a replacement for Crystal's Kris female character. Female
characters will meet Ethan, the original protagonist from GSC.

You can explore  a little bit and see a red haired boy in the window, but for
now continue to Prof. Elm's lab (The big building in the upper left). Go
inside and he will ask you to run a errand for him and let you choose between
3 Pokemon.

* Totodile, a water Pokemon
* Chikorita, a grass Pokemon
* Cyndaquil, a fire Pokemon

In this game, Cyndaquil is actually easy mode, Totodile is medium, and
Chikorita is hard to use against the gyms, so choose wisely. The Pokemon
you choose will also appear behind you now. Before you leave, Prof. Elm's
aid will give you 5 Potions.

After you exit the lab, Ethan or Lyra will appear and talk to you and leave
again. Once that is finished, go talk to your mother and she will give you
the Pokegear. It is similar to how it worked in the original GSC versions,
but it now has touchscreen support. Leave your house and try to go west
and Prof. Elm will appear and give you his phone number. Once you are ready,
head to Route 29.

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||                             Route 29                                     ||
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       /_____________________________________________________\
       |Pokemon        |Morning  |Day    |Night   |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Pidgey         |55%      |55%    |-       |Normal    |
       |Rattata        |5%       |5%     |15%     |Normal    |
       |Sentret        |40%      |40%    |-       |Normal    |
       |Hoothoot       |-        |-      |85%     |Normal    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Tree Headbutt  |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_______________|__________________________|__________|
       |Hoothoot       |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Spinarak (HG)  |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Ledyba (SS)    |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Exeggcute      |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Pineco         |                          |Headbutt  |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |National Dex   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Plusle         |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Minun          |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Shinx          |                          |S. Radio  |
       \_____________________________________________________/

Since you just got your first Pokemon, you might want to take the time to
fight some of the Pokemon on this route for experience. It is mainly Sentret
for the most part, but Hoothoot do come out at night. You cannot catch Pokemon
at this point, so it is just battling at this point. Head west until you reach
Cherrygrove City.

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||                          Cherrygrove City                                ||
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       /_____________________________________________________\
       |Fish/Surfing   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Tentacool      |90%                       |Surfing   |
       |Tentacruel     |10%                       |Surfing   |
       |Magikarp       |95% (O), 60% (G)          |Fishing   |
       |Krabby         |5% (O), 37% (G), 67% (S)  |Fishing   |
       |Kingler        |3% (S)                    |Fishing   |
       |Corsola        |3% (G, day), 30% (S, Day) |Fishing   |
       |Staryu         |3% (G,night), 30%(S,night)|Fishing   |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Tree Headbutt  |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_______________|__________________________|__________|
       |Hoothoot       |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Spinarak (HG)  |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Ledyba (SS)    |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Exeggcute      |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Pineco         |                          |Headbutt  |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |National Dex   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Tailow         |                          |Headbutt  |
       \_____________________________________________________/


Pokemart:
/_____________________________\
|Item Name     |Price         |
|______________|______________|
|Poke Ball     |200p          |
|Heal Ball     |300p          |
|Antidote      |100p          |
|Paralyze Heal |200p          |
|Potion        |300p          |
|Air Mail      |50p           |
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* Note that items such as Pokeballs will not be available until after you
  have learned how to capture Pokemon.

Once you enter Cherrygrove, a old man at the entrance will show you around and
then give you the Running Shoes, a staple of the series since RSE that allows
you to run when you hold the B Button. If you tap the shoes on the touch 
screen, they will allow you to run without pressing the B Button. 

You might want to heal up at this point at the Pokemon Center. You cannot
capture Pokemon at the moment, so you will have to wait. You can buy Potions
however. Once you are ready, head over to Route 30. When you try to leave, 
the old man will stop you and give you a Pokegear add-on called the Map 
Card. It will allow you to see the map via the Pokegear and keep track of 
any roaming Pokemon you have active.
v 

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||                             Route 30                                     ||
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       /_____________________________________________________\
       |Pokemon        |Morning  |Day    |Night   |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Pidgey (HG)    |40%      |50%    |40%     |Normal    |
       |Pidgey (SS)    |10%      |50%    |-       |Normal    |
       |Rattata        |-        |-      |40%     |SoulSilver|
       |Caterpie       |50%      |35%    |-       |HeartGold |
       |Metapod        |10%      |15%    |-       |HeartGold |
       |Weedle         |50%      |35%    |-       |SoulSilver|
       |Kakuna         |10%      |15%    |-       |SoulSilver|
       |Spinarak       |-        |-      |30%     |HeartGold |
       |Ledyba         |30%      |-      |-       |SoulSilver|
       |Hoothoot (HG)  |-        |-      |30%     |Normal    |
       |Hoothoot (SS)  |-        |-      |60%     |Normal    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Fish/Surfing   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Poliwag        |90%                       |Surfing   |
       |Poliwhirl      |10%                       |Surfing   |
       |Magikarp       |95% (O), 60% (G), 7% (S)  |Fishing   |
       |Poliwag        |5% (O), 40% (G), 93% (S)  |Fishing   |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Tree Headbutt  |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_______________|__________________________|__________|
       |Hoothoot       |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Spinarak (HG)  |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Ledyba (SS)    |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Exeggcute      |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Pineco         |                          |Headbutt  |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |National Dex   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Whismur        |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Linoone        |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Bidoof         |                          |S. Radio  |
       |Buizel         |                          |S. Radio  |
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Route 30 has changed a little bit since the old days. You still do not have
any Pokeballs, but you can get a Apricorn Box from the man in the first house
you see. It will allow you to get Apricorns from the different looking trees
around Johto.

You can't go up the west side of the route yet, so continue to the east side
up to Mr. Pokemon's house. Inside, you will find Prof. Oak and Mr. Pokemon
talking and Mr. Pokemon will give you the Odd Egg key item and heal your
Pokemon. After that, Prof Oak will give you the Johto Pokedex and his
phone number. Head outside and Prof. Elm will call you and say that one of his
Pokemon has been stolen.

+========================+
|Cherrygrove and Route 29|
+========================+

Head back to Cherrygrove and then to Route 29 (Make sure your Pokemon are
healed). A red haired boy will appear and you will find out he was the one
who stole the Pokemon and then fight you.

/____________________________________________________________________________\
|Boss: Passerby Boy                                                          |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Pokemon:                                                                    |
|Cyndaquil (If you choose Chikorita) lv 5 (Fire)                             |
|Totodile (If you choose Cyndaquil lv 5 (Water)                              |
|Chikorita (If you choose Totodile) lv 5 (Grass)                             |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Info: Like any rival fight, he will have the Pokemon that you are weak      |
|      against. Good thing is you should be at least lv 7 by now and he has  |
|      no elemental attacks. You also should still have those potions that   |
|      Prof. Elm's aid gave you earlier, so use them if you need them. Its   |
|      easy experience.                                                      |
\____________________________________________________________________________/

Once that is done, heal up at the Pokemon Center and head back to New Bark
Town and to Prof. Elm's lab.

Inside, Prof. Elm will be talking to a police officer, and Ethan or Lyra will
appear and then the Police Officer will ask you for your Rival's name. Like
your name, you can only do 5 characters in the Japanese version so choose
well. Talk to Prof. Elm and you will give him the Odd Egg.

Once you are ready, head back to Route 229 and Ethan or Lyra will be there and
explain how you capture Pokemon. After he/she shows you, they will give you 5
Pokeballs. You can also now buy Pokeballs from the Pokemarts.

Now that you have some Pokeballs, you can finally access the early part of
Route 46. Head to Route 29 go on the upper part of the route until you find a
gatehouse that will lead to the first half of Route 46.

+==============+
|Route 46 South|
+==============+

       /_____________________________________________________\
       |Pokemon        |Morning  |Day    |Night   |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Geodude        |40%      |40%    |45%     |Normal    |
       |Spearow        |35%      |35%    |-       |Normal    |
       |Rattata        |25%      |25%    |55%     |Normal    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Tree Headbutt  |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_______________|__________________________|__________|
       |Aipom          |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Heracross      |                          |Headbutt  |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |National Dex   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Plusle         |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Minun          |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Shinx          |                          |S. Radio  |
       \_____________________________________________________/

Not much you can do on the southern part of Route 46. There are a few rare
Pokemon you can capture, such as Geodude and Spearow. When you try to go
North, you will find that the path is blocked due to a ledge. You won't be
able to reach the other side until much later in the game.

Head back to  Cherrygrove (Might want to buy some Pokeballs), and then to
Route 30 again.

+=========+
|Route 30 |
+=========+

Go back to the area where the two guys were fighting, and they should be done
by now. Once you beat the first kid, he will ask you if you can register his
phone number.

There are several Pokemon you can capture on the route, such as Caterpie,
Pidgey, and so on. You might want to look at capturing one for the gym ahead
especially if you choose Chikorita.

Keep going north and your mother will eventually call you and ask if you want
to set up a bank. Say yes and part of your money after every battle will go
to her.

+=========+
|Route 31 |
+=========+

         ___________
        /Trainers :|
       |___________|_______________\
       |Bug Catcher                |
       |Money: 32p                 |
       |Phone #: Yes               |
       |===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |
       |Caterpie lv 2 (Bug)        |
       |Caterpie lv 2 (Bug)        |
       |Weedle lv 3 (Bug/Poison)   |
       |Caterpie lv 2 (Bug)        |
       \___________________________/


       /_____________________________________________________\
       |Pokemon        |Morning  |Day    |Night   |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Pidgey (HG)    |30%      |30%    |-       |Normal    |
       |Pidgey (SS)    |10%      |30%    |-       |Normal    |
       |Rattata        |-        |-      |40%     |Normal    |
       |Bellsprout     |20%      |20%    |20%     |Normal    |
       |Caterpie       |35%      |35%    |-       |HeartGold |
       |Metapod        |15%      |15%    |-       |HeartGold |
       |Weedle         |30%      |35%    |-       |SoulSilver|
       |Kakuna         |10%      |15%    |-       |SoulSilver|
       |Spinarak       |-        |-      |30%     |HeartGold |
       |Ledyba         |30%      |-      |-       |SoulSilver|
       |Hoothoot (HG)  |-        |-      |10%     |Normal    |
       |Hoothoot (SS)  |-        |-      |40%     |Normal    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Fish/Surfing   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Poliwag        |90%                       |Surfing   |
       |Poliwhirl      |10%                       |Surfing   |
       |Magikarp       |95% (O), 60% (G), 7% (S)  |Fishing   |
       |Poliwag        |5% (O), 40% (G), 93% (S)  |Fishing   |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Tree Headbutt  |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_______________|__________________________|__________|
       |Hoothoot       |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Spinarak (HG)  |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Ledyba (SS)    |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Exeggcute      |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Pineco         |                          |Headbutt  |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |National Dex   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Whismur        |HeartGold Only            |H. Radio  |
       |Linoone        |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Bidoof         |                          |S. Radio  |
       |Buizel         |                          |S. Radio  |
       \_____________________________________________________/


Once you get up as far as you can, go northeast and you will find
Dark Cave. Inside, you can capture Pokemon like Zubat and Geodude. Once you
are at that point, go west until you hit Violet City. Once you go inside
the gatehouse, your other rival will come and give you the VS. Recorder.
After that, continue to Violet City.

     _____
    /J006|
   /_____| ____________________________________________________________________
  /                                                                           /
 /                        V I O L E T   C I T Y                              /
/___________________________________________________________________________/


       /_____________________________________________________\
       |Fish/Surfing   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Poliwag        |90%                       |Surfing   |
       |Poliwhirl      |10%                       |Surfing   |
       |Magikarp       |95% (O), 60% (G), 7% (S)  |Fishing   |
       |Poliwag        |5% (O), 40% (G), 93% (S)  |Fishing   |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Tree Headbutt  |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_______________|__________________________|__________|
       |Hoothoot       |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Exeggcute      |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Pineco         |                          |Headbutt  |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |National Dex   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Whiscash       |                          |Swarm     |
       \_____________________________________________________/


Pokemart:
/_____________________________\
|Item Name     |Price         |
|______________|______________|
|Poke Ball     |200p          |
|Heal Ball     |300p          |
|Net Ball      |1,000p        |
|Potion        |300p          |
|Super Potion  |700p          |
|Antidote      |100p          |
|Paralyz Heal  |200p          |
|Awakening     |250p          |
|Burn Heal     |250p          |
|Ice Heal      |250p          |
|Escape Rope   |550p          |
|Repel         |350p          |
|Tunnel Mail   |350p          |
\_____________________________/

*Note that Super Potions, Awakening, Burn Heals, Escape Rope, and Repel will
 not be available until after getting your first badge.

Your first major city, and home to your first Gym. Here is the layout of the
land: In the northwest part is a gatehouse that leads to Route 36. You cannot
do much at this point because of a weird tree blocking the way. On Route 36,
you can make a sidetrack to the Ruins of Alph.


+=============+
|Ruins of Alph|
+=============+

       /_____________________________________________________\
       |Pokemon        |Morning  |Day    |Night   |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Unown          |100%     |100%   |100%    |Normal    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Fish/Surfing   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Wooper         |60%                       |Surfing   |
       |Quagsire       |40%                       |Surfing   |
       |Magikarp       |95% (O), 60% (G), 7% (S)  |Fishing   |
       |Poliwag        |5% (O), 40% (G), 93% (S)  |Fishing   |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Rock Smash     |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_______________|__________________________|__________|
       |Geodude        |100%                      |Rock Smash|
       \_____________________________________________________/

A little different from the first game, the ruins are now locked and the only
way to activate them is to go to the one open ruin on the right side. Inside,
you will find a Kabuto puzzle. Unlike the first game, you now use the touch
screen to figure it out, and you have to rotate the pieces with your stylus.
Once you solve it, you will drop down into the ruins.

Inside, a researcher will talk to you and then give you the Unown Report, a
special Pokedex that records what Unown (A special psychic Pokemon exclusive
to the Ruins of Alph). It will only record them when you capture them, and
will list what the Unown mean in English. You can access the Unown Report via
the Key Items slot. Once you are ready, head down to find a ladder to get out.

At this point, the other ruins are sealed, so you cannot get all the Unown at
this point. Continue back to Violet city.

+===========+
|Violet City|
+===========+

A few things you can do before continuing. Talk to the man behind the Pokemart
and select the last option and he will twirl around and take you to the
trainer's school. He is the teacher there and is named Mr. E (Earl). Inside,
there is a man that will have you enter in something, and Earl will ask you
questions. Email me if you have any info.

If you have a Bellsprout, you can trade for a Onix in the lower right house
that is near the Pokemon center. It will be helpful for the upcoming battle
against the Gym Leader. You can capture a Bellsprout by going to Route 30,
although they are uncommon. Once you are ready, go north to Sprout Tower.

  ____
//J007|_____________________________________________________________________\\
||                           Sprout Tower                                   ||
\\__________________________________________________________________________//

         ___________
        /Trainers :|
       |___________|___________________________________________\
       |Sage                       |Sage                       |
       |Money: 144p                |Money: 144p                |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Bellsprout lv 3 (Grass/Poi)|Bellsprout lv 3 (Grass/Poi)|
       |Bellsprout lv 3 (Grass/Poi)|Bellsprout lv 3 (Grass/Poi)|
       |Bellsprout lv 3 (Grass/Poi)|Bellsprout lv 3 (Grass/Poi)|
       |___________________________|___________________________|
       |Sage                       |Sage                       |
       |Money: 144p                |Money: 288p                |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Bellsprout lv 3 (Grass/Poi)|Bellsprout lv 6 (Grass/Poi)|
       |Bellsprout lv 3 (Grass/Poi)|                           |
       |Bellsprout lv 3 (Grass/Poi)|                           |
       |___________________________|___________________________|
       |Sage                       |Sage                       |
       |Money: 288p                |Money: 336p                |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Bellsprout lv 6 (Grass/Poi)|Bellsprout lv 7 (Grass/Poi)|
       |                           |Hoothoot lv 7 (Normal/Fly) |
       \_______________________________________________________/


       /_____________________________________________________\
       |Pokemon        |Morning  |Day    |Night   |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Rattata        |100%     |100%   |15%     |Normal    |
       |Gastly         |-        |-      |85%     |Normal    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |National Dex   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Zigzagoon      |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Spinda         |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Chatot         |                          |S. Radio  |
       |Meditite       |                          |S. Radio  |
       \_____________________________________________________/

Once inside, go up the left ladder. On the second floor, you will start
fighting Pokemon like Rattata

You will be able to fight the sage's here, although like the name says most
of their Pokemon will be Bellsprout. Go right and then head down the ladder,
and then go left and up the ladder. On the next floor, go down and then right
to the next ladder.

You will then be on the top floor. Battle the monks and go forward. You will
then see your rival beat the head sage and then use a escape rope to exit. You
can also get a escape rope to the right of the head monk.

Talk to the head monk and he will battle you.

/____________________________________________________________________________\
|Boss: Elder Li                                                              |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Pokemon:                                                                    |
|Bellsprout lv 7 (Poison/Grass)                                              |
|Hoothoot lv 10 (Normal/Flying)                                              |
|Bellsprout lv 7 (Poison/Grass)                                              |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Info: Depending on what starter you have, this can either be a very easy or |
|      a very hard battle. Cyndaquil can handle this fine, but Totodile will |
|      have problems with the two bellsprouts, and Chikorita will be weak    |
|      against Hoothoot. Its recommended that you have another Pokemon with  |
|      you, such as Zubat/Pidgey for the Bellsprout and Onix/Geodude for the |
|      Hoothoot. The bellsprouts usually just use Vine Whip and occasionally |
|      growth, while Hoothoot likes to use Hypnosis and then Peck.           |
\----------------------------------------------------------------------------/


Once you beat him, you will get TM70, Flash. Either walk back down or use the
Escape Rope to exit

+===========+
|Violet City|
+===========+

Now that you have done that, you can now challenge the gym leader. You will
want your Pokemon to be about level 9 or above for the most part, and if you
have a Chikorita, you will want a additional Pokemon (Such as Onix). Once
you are ready, go to the Violet City Gym.

  ____
//J008|_____________________________________________________________________\\
||                             Violet Gym                                   ||
\\__________________________________________________________________________//

         ___________
        /Trainers :|
       |___________|___________________________________________\
       |Bird Keeper                |Bird Keeper                |
       |Money: 288p                |Money: 288p                |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Spearow lv 9 (Normal/Fly)  |Pidgey lv 7 (Normal/Fly)   |
       |                           |Pidgey lv 7 (Normal/Fly)   |
       \_______________________________________________________/

In order to use the lift to get to the top floor, you will need to have beaten
Sprout Tower and its leader. Once you do that, you will be able to go to the
top.

You can either avoid the trainers, or fight them, but you may want to for the
experience alone. Once you are ready talk to the gym leader Falkner to start
the battle.

/____________________________________________________________________________\
|Boss: Falkner                                                               |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Pokemon:                                                                    |
|Pidgey lv 9 (Normal/Flying)                                                 |
|Pidgeotto lv 13 (Normal/Flying)                                             |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Info: Falkner has increased his levels a little, now being a little tougher |
|      then he used to be. His Pidgey likes to use Sand Attack and then      |
|      tackle a whole bunch, so you may want to bring a Pokemon that can take|
|      it out quickly before it does sand attack too many times.             |
|                                                                            |
|      Pidgeotto, however, it the real problem. It likes to use Gust, Tackle,|
|      and Roost. If you have a Cyndaquil, Totodile or their evolutions, use |
|      them. If you choose Chikorita, you are going to have to be a little   |
|      more crafty.                                                          |
|                                                                            |
|      One strategy I used with Chikorita was to use Onix first and beat the |
|      Pidgey (Onix was at level 8), and then switch to Chikorita and use    |
|      Poisonpowder and switch back to Onix. As long as you have potions,    |
|      Pidgeotto will eventually run out of Roosts to use (Roost recovers    |
|      health and makes any flying Pokemon the normal type). Another strategy|
|      is to use a fighting move once it uses Roost.                         |
\____________________________________________________________________________/

Once you beat Falkner, you will get TM51 (Roost) and the Zephyr Badge. All 
Pokemon you get in trades up to level 20 will now obay you, and you can now 
use Rock Smash out of battle as well.

After you leave the Gym, Prof. Elm will call you and tell you to meet up with
his aide at the Pokemart. Go to the Pokemart and talk to the aide to get a
egg with Togepi in it. When you leave the Pokemart, one of the Kimono girls
from the original G/S/C will come up to you and talk about your egg and run
off. 

Once you are ready, go south of the Pokemart until you reach Route 32.

  ____
//J009|_____________________________________________________________________\\
||                             Route 32                                      ||
\\__________________________________________________________________________//

         ___________
        /Trainers :|
       |___________|___________________________________________\
       |Youngster                  |Picknicker                 |
       |Money: 128p                |Money: 128p                |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: Yes               |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Rattata lv 6 (Normal)      |Nidoran Female lv 8(Poison)|
       |Zubat lv 8 (Flying/Poison) |                           |
       |___________________________|___________________________|
       |Camper                     |Fisherman                  |
       |Money: 144p                |Money: 256p                |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Nidoran Male lv 9 (Poison) |Poliwag lv 8 (Water)       |
       |                           |Poliwag lv 8 (Water)       |
       |___________________________|___________________________|
       |Fisherman                  |Fisherman                  |
       |Money: 320p                |Money: 160p                |
       |Phone #: Yes               |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Goldeen lv 10 (Water)      |Magikarp lv 5 (Water)      |
       |                           |Magikarp lv 5 (Water)      |
       |                           |Magikarp lv 5 (Water)      |
       |                           |Magikarp lv 5 (Water)      |
       |___________________________|___________________________|
       |Youngster                  |Bird Keeper                |
       |Money: 160p                |Money: 256p                |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Wooper lv 10 (Water)       |Pidgey lv 6 (Normal/Flying)|
       |                           |Pidgey lv 6 (Normal/Flying)|
       |                           |Spearow lv 8 (Normal/Fly)  |
       \_______________________________________________________/


       /_____________________________________________________\
       |Pokemon        |Morning  |Day    |Night   |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Rattata (HG)   |35%      |40%    |30%     |Normal    |
       |Rattata (SS)   |5%       |10%    |-       |Normal    |
       |Bellsprout     |30%      |30%    |20%     |Normal    |
       |Zubat          |5%       |-      |5%      |Normal    |
       |Mareep         |20%      |20%    |10%     |Normal    |
       |Hoppip         |10%      |10%    |-       |Normal    |
       |Wooper         |-        |-      |35%     |Normal    |
       |Ekans          |30%      |30%    |30%     |SoulSilver|
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Fish/Surfing   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Qwilfish       |                          |Swarm     |
       |Tentacool      |60%                       |Surf      |
       |Quagsire       |30%                       |Surf      |
       |Tentacruel     |10%                       |Surf      |
       |Magikarp       |95% (O), 60% (G), 7%, (S) |Fish      |
       |Tentacool      |5% (O), 38% (G), 90% (S)) |Fish      |
       |Qwilfish       |2% (G), 3% (S)            |Fish      |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Tree Headbutt  |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_______________|__________________________|__________|
       |Hoothoot       |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Exeggcute      |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Pineco         |                          |Headbutt  |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |National Dex   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Whismur        |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Linoone        |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Bidoof         |                          |S. Radio  |
       |Buizel         |                          |S. Radio  |
       \_____________________________________________________/

Right as soon as you go down you will see a gatehouse to the west. It only
leads to the Ruins of Alph, so leave that alone for now. Go down a little more
and a man on the route will give you a Miracle Seed.

Not much else to do on the route. You can capture some higher level Bellsprout
and Mareep, a electric Pokemon that has a pretty decent evolution. At the end
is a Pokemon center and the entrance to Union Cave.

  ____
//J010|_____________________________________________________________________\\
||                            Union Cave                                    ||
\\__________________________________________________________________________//

         ___________
        /Trainers :|
       |___________|___________________________________________\
       |Firebreather               |Hiker                      |
       |Money: 288p                |Money: 352p                |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Vulpix lv 9 (Fire)         |Onix lv 11 (Ground/Rock)   |
       |___________________________|___________________________|
       |Firebreather               |Hiker                      |
       |Money: 192p                |Money: 256p                |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Koffing lv 6 (Poison)      |Geodude lv 4 (Rock/Ground  |
       |Koffing lv 6 (Poison)      |Geodude lv 6 (Rock/Ground  |
       |                           |Geodude lv 8 (Rock/Ground  |
       |___________________________|___________________________/
       |PokeManiac                 |
       |Money: 704p                |
       |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |
       |Slowpoke lv 11 (Water/Psy) |
       \___________________________/

       1F:
       /_____________________________________________________\
       |Pokemon        |Morning  |Day    |Night   |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Geodude        |30%      |30%    |30%     |Normal    |
       |Zubat          |25%      |25%    |25%     |Normal    |
       |Onix           |5%       |5%     |5%      |Normal    |
       |Sandshrew      |30%      |30%    |30%     |HeartGold |
       |Rattata (HG)   |10%      |10%    |10%     |Normal    |
       |Rattata (SS)   |40%      |40%    |40%     |Normal    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Fish/Surfing   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Wooper         |60%                       |Surfing   |
       |Quagsire       |40%                       |Surfing   |
       |Magikarp       |95% (O), 60% (G), 7% (S)  |Fishing   |
       |Goldeen        |5% (O), 40% (G), 90% (S)  |Fishing   |
       |Seaking        |3% (S)                    |Fishing   |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |National Dex   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Absol          |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Makuhita       |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Bronzor        |                          |S. Radio  |
       |Chingling      |                          |S. Radio  |
       \_____________________________________________________/

Oh goodie, more Geodude, Rattata, and Zubat await! Anywho, once you are in,
head left and then down. Fight the mountain climber and then head right, then
down and fight the mountain climber. Go right and then down. You can either
fight the flamethrower man or ignore him, but head right and then down until
you fight a PokeManiac with a Slowpoke. After that, head to the right until
you find the exit to route 33.

  ____
//J011|_____________________________________________________________________\\
||                             Route 33                                      ||
\\__________________________________________________________________________//

         ___________
        /Trainers :|
       |___________|_______________\
       |Hiker                      |
       |Money: 352p                |
       |Phone #: Yes               |
       |===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |
       |Geodude lv 11 (Rock/Ground)|
       |Machop lv 11 (Fighting)    |
       \___________________________/


       /_____________________________________________________\
       |Pokemon        |Morning  |Day    |Night   |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Rattata (HG)   |40%      |45%    |60%     |Normal    |
       |Rattata (SS)   |10%      |15%    |30%     |Normal    |
       |Hoppip         |35%      |35%    |-       |Normal    |
       |Spearow        |20%      |20%    |-       |Normal    |
       |Zubat          |5%       |-      |40%     |Normal    |
       |Ekans          |30%      |30%    |30%     |SoulSilver|
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Tree Headbutt  |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_______________|__________________________|__________|
       |Aipom          |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Spearow        |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Heracross      |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Pineco         |                          |Headbutt  |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |National Dex   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Plusle         |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Minun          |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Shinx          |                          |S. Radio  |
       \_____________________________________________________/


Route 33 is a little different from when you remember it. It is now raining,
and the effects of Rain Dance are effective during the battle (Meaning water
moves do more and thunder is 100% accurate). There is one mountain climber
you can fight and some Apricorns to pick. Once you are ready, move on to
Azalea Town.


     _____
    /J012|
   /_____| ____________________________________________________________________
  /                                                                           /
 /                        A Z A L E A   T O W N                              /
/___________________________________________________________________________/


       /_____________________________________________________\
       |Tree Headbutt  |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_______________|__________________________|__________|
       |Aipom          |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Spearow        |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Heracross      |                          |Headbutt  |
       \_____________________________________________________/


Pokemart:
/_____________________________\
|Item Name     |Price         |
|______________|______________|
|Poke Ball     |200p          |
|Heal Ball     |300p          |
|Net Ball      |1,000p        |
|Potion        |300p          |
|Super Potion  |700p          |
|Antidote      |100p          |
|Paralyz Heal  |200p          |
|Awakening     |250p          |
|Burn Heal     |250p          |
|Ice Heal      |250p          |
|Escape Rope   |550p          |
|Repel         |350p          |
|Bloom Mail    |50p           |
\_____________________________/

As soon as you get near the well, you see a Team Rocket member talk to a guy
and blocking the well. You cannot enter it yet, so go west. Head to the
Pokemon Center first to heal up and then look around the town.

As you can see, Team Rocket has invaded the town and won't let you enter the
gym. You can go west and find a gatehouse that will lead to the Ilex Forest,
but you cannot get far since you do not have cut. Once you are ready to
continue, go to the upper left house and talk to the man inside (Kurt, a
guy that makes Pokeballs out of the Apricorns you have been collecting). Once
you talk to him, he will run off to the well.

Head back to where the well is, and you will see that the rocket member is
gone. Go down the pathway and go up the ladder to enter the well.

+-------------+
|Slowpoke Well|
+-------------+

         ___________
        /Trainers :|
       |___________|___________________________________________\
       |Rocket Grunt               |Rocket Grunt               |
       |Money: 360p                |Money: 440p                |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Rattata lv 9 (Normal)      |Zubat lv 9 (Flying/Poison) |
       |Rattata lv 9 (Normal)      |Ekans lv 11 (Poison)       |
       |___________________________|___________________________/
       |Rocket Grunt               |
       |Money: 360p                |
       |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |
       |Rattata lv 7 (Normal)      |
       |Zubat lv 9 (Flying/Poison) |
       |Zubat lv 9 (Flying/Poison) |
       \___________________________/


        1F:
       /_____________________________________________________\
       |Pokemon        |Morning  |Day    |Night   |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Zubat          |85%      |85%    |85%     |Normal    |
       |Slowpoke       |15%      |15%    |15%     |Normal    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Fish/Surfing   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Slowpoke       |100%                      |Surfing   |
       |Magikarp       |95% (O), 60% (G), 7% (S)  |Fishing   |
       |Goldeen        |5% (O), 40% (S), 90% (S)  |Fishing   |
       |Seaking        |3% (S)                    |Fishing   |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |National Dex   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Absol          |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Makuhita       |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Bronzor        |                          |S. Radio  |
       |Chingling      |                          |S. Radio  |
       \_____________________________________________________/


At the bottom, you will find Kurt injured. Leave him be for now and head right
and enter the entrance. Keep following the path and fighting the Team Rocket
grunts until you reach the end. Once you are ready, talk to the green haired
Rocket Admin to fight him.

/____________________________________________________________________________\
|Boss: Rocket Executive Proton                                               |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Pokemon:                                                                    |
|Zubat lv 8                                                                  |
|Koffing lv 12                                                               |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Info: A pretty simple battle. His Zubat is your average one, so take it down|
|      with electric or rock attacks. His Koffing is a different story,      |
|      though. It has higher defense, so it might take a few turns to bring  |
|      it down. Its attacks are nothing special though, just Smog, Tackle    |
|      and Smokescreen for the most part. Very easy battle.                  |
\____________________________________________________________________________/

After you beat Executive Proton, Kurt will appear and take you back to his
house where he will give you a special Apricorn Pokeball called the Fast Ball
and his daughter will ask if you would like to register their phone number.

You have a choice: You can either face your Rival now or wait until after the
Gym. If your Pokemon are at least level 15 or above, go for it. Otherwise,
wait until afterwards. For now, lets go to the Gym for the second badge.

  ____
//J013|_____________________________________________________________________\\
||                              Azalea Gym                                  ||
\\__________________________________________________________________________//

         ___________
        /Trainers :|
       |___________|___________________________________________\
       |Bug Catcher                |Bug Catcher                |
       |Money: 192p                |Money: 192p                |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Caterpie lv 12 (Bug)       |Weedle lv 7 (Bug/Poison)   |
       |Weedle lv 12 (Bug/Poison)  |Kakuna lv 9 (Bug/Poison)   |
       |                           |Beedrill lv 12 (Bug/Poison |
       |___________________________|___________________________|
       |Bug Catcher                |Twins                      |
       |Money: 208p                |Money: 320p                |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Paras lv 13 (Grass/Bug)    |Ledyba lv 10 (Bug/Flying)  |
       |                           |Spinarak lv 10 (Bug/Poison)|
       \_______________________________________________________/

The gym has changed a little bit from what you remember. There are several
robotic Spinarak that you ride to get to the other side. However, they go
in a certain path that you have to follow. Go on the wrong path, and you
might have to fight a trainer.

Anywho, here is the solution to get to the Gym Leader:

1. Take the left Spinarak and fight the trainer
2. Take the lone Spinarak and fight the twins. Use the lever next to them
3. Ride the Spinarak back on the path and hit the next lever.

Once that is done, you will fight the gym leader, Bugsy.

/____________________________________________________________________________\
|Boss: Bugsy                                                                 |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Pokemon:                                                                    |
|Scyther lv 17 (Flying/Bug)                                                  |
|Metapod lv 15 (Bug)                                                         |
|Kakuna lv 15 (Bug/Poison)                                                   |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Info: Bugsy may have the same team from back then, but the strategy is very |
|      different. One main change is he starts with Scyther. Reason being is |
|      Scyther now uses U-Turn a powerful attack that switches out with      |
|      another Pokemon after it is used. Kakuna and Metapod are both very    |
|      weak and only have the attacks they had when they were Weedle and     |
|      Caterpie respectively, so they are not hard to KO.                    |
|                                                                            |
|      The real danger actually begins after both are knocked out, since he  |
|      can now use U-Turn without having to switch out. Many times it will be|
|      a instant knockout, so be careful. Scyther also has Quick Attack, Leer|
|      and Focus Energy (Be careful if he uses Focus Energy). The best       |
|      Pokemon to use is fire and rock (Quilava, Geodude, and Onix are all   |
|      good Pokemon to use). Pokemon with high resistance also helps as well.|
|      It might be a good idea to use some potions and wait until he runs    |
|      out of PP for U-Turn if he is too hard otherwise.                     |
\----------------------------------------------------------------------------/

Once you beat Bugsy, you will get the Hive Badge and TM89. You can now also
use cut outside of battle and control traded Pokemon up to level 30. Once you
are ready, hit the switch next to Bugsy to go back to the entrance and back to
Azalea Town.


+============+
|Azalea Town |
+============+

If you have not fought your rival yet, go back to the Pokemon center first and
heal. Afterwards, go near the gatehouse to the west and your rival will show
up. Boss time!

/____________________________________________________________________________\
|Boss: Rival                                                                 |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Pokemon:                                                                    |
|Gastly lv 14 (Ghost/Poison)                                                 |
|Zubat lv 16 (Poison/Flying)                                                 |
|Quilava (If you choose Chikorita) lv 18 (Fire)                              |
|Bayleef (If you choose Totodile) lv 18 (Grass)                              |
|Croconaw (If you choose Cyndaquil) lv 18 (Water)                            |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Info: Your rival's Pokemon are a little higher then they were in the past.  |
|      Its recommended that your team is at least level 15 before fighting   |
|      him.                                                                  |
|                                                                            |
|      Gastly is a new Pokemon you have not fought yet, and is a ghost and   |
|      Poison type. Normal attacks will not effect it, so ghost and psychic  |
|      attacks work well. It has Levitate, so ground attacks are useless     |
|      against it.                                                           |
|                                                                            |
|      Zubat is nothing new. Electric, Psychic or rock attacks all work well |
|      against it. Onix, Mareep, and Geodude are all good to use.            |
|                                                                            |
|      Finally, your rival's starter is your biggest threat. Unlike later    |
|      games, the Johto starters do not have a dual type, so you cannot      |
|      exploit any other weaknesses. Ground attacks are useful against       |
|      Quilava, grass and electric are good against Croconaw, and flying is  |
|      effective against Bayleef. Onix/Geodude, Flaffy, and Pidgey are useful|
|      in that order.                                                        |
\----------------------------------------------------------------------------/

Once you beat him, he will run back into the Ilex Forest. Head back to the
Pokemon Center and heal. You might want to pick up a few repels before you
head out, since the encounter rate is brutal at times. Once you are ready,
head west to the Ilex Forest.


  ____
//J014|_____________________________________________________________________\\
||                           Ilex Forest                                    ||
\\__________________________________________________________________________//


       /_____________________________________________________\
       |Pokemon        |Morning  |Day    |Night   |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Caterpie       |50%      |60%    |-       |HeartGold |
       |Metapod        |30%      |30%    |-       |HeartGold |
       |Weedle         |50%      |60%    |-       |SoulSilver|
       |Kakuna         |30%      |30%    |-       |SoulSilver|
       |Zubat          |5%       |5%     |25%     |Normal    |
       |Paras          |15%      |5%     |15%     |Normal    |
       |Oddish         |-        |-      |60%     |Normal    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Fish/Surfing   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Psyduck        |90%                       |Surfing   |
       |Golduck        |10%                       |Surfing   |
       |Magikarp       |95% (O), 60% (G), 7% (S)  |Fishing   |
       |Poliwag        |5% (O), 40% (G), 93%, (S) |Fishing   |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Tree Headbutt  |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_______________|__________________________|__________|
       |Caterpie (HG)  |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Metapod (HG)   |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Butterfree (HG)|                          |Headbutt  |
       |Weedle (SS)    |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Kakuna (SS)    |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Beedrill (SS)  |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Hoothoot       |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Noctowl        |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Pineco         |                          |Headbutt  |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |National Dex   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Spoink         |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Numel          |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Budew          |                          |S. Radio  |
       |Carnivine      |                          |S. Radio  |
       \_____________________________________________________/

Once you are ready, head up and you will talk to one of the people from the
Charcoal house from Azalea. He mentions that several of his Farfetch'd have
run off, and wants you to go get them.

The trick to capturing them is sneaking up behind them, and that becomes hard
if you step on the twigs. The first time you go to the right, you will always
step on the twigs and have the Farfetch'd notice you. After you do that, go
to the right and avoid the other set of twigs and go around the right path
until you are behind the Farfetch'd. Press A and you will capture it.

For the second one, chase it to the right side by going up the left and
pressing A. After that, go back down and on the right path. Step on the
first set of twigs to make the Farfetch'd look to the right, and then go up
and ignore the second patch and go down and press A.

After that, the owner will show up and give you HM01 Cut. Teach it to one of
your Pokemon and then cut down the tree that is in front of you.

Once you cut down the tree, go up and then up to the left. Then go right
and up. After that, you will meet one of the Kimono girls again. Press the top
option and your Pokemon will jump around and she will leave. 

There is also a path on the right side that will lead you to a big guy that is
headbutting a tree. If you talk to him, he will teach any of your Pokemon 
Headbutt, and he will do this any number of times that you ask.

Go left to find the exit. In the gatehouse, talk to the woman with the 
Butterfree to get TM12 (Taunt).

  ____
//J015|_____________________________________________________________________\\
||                             Route 34                                     ||
\\__________________________________________________________________________//

         ___________
        /Trainers :|
       |___________|___________________________________________\
       |Youngster                  |PokeFan                    |
       |Money: 128p                |Money: 832p                |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Rattata lv 7 (Normal)      |Snubbull lv 13 (Normal)    |
       |Sandshrew lv 10 (Ground)   |Mareep lv 13 (Electric)    |
       |Spearow lv 8 (Normal/Fly)  |                           |
       |Spearow lv 8 (Normal/Fly)  |                           |
       |___________________________|___________________________|
       |Youngster                  |Picnicker                  |
       |Money: 192p                |Money: 192p                |
       |Phone #: Yes               |Phone #: Yes               |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Mankey lv 10 (Fighting)    |Hoppip lv 9 (Grass/Flying) |
       |Diglett lv 12 (Ground)     |Hoppip lv 9 (Grass/Flying) |
       |                           |Bulbasaur lv 12 (Grass/Poi)|
       |___________________________|___________________________|
       |Camper                     |Officer (Night)            |
       |Money: 224p                |Money: 680p                |
       |Phone #: Yes               |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Psyduck lv 14 (Water)      |Growlithe lv 17 (Fire)     |
       \_______________________________________________________/



       /_____________________________________________________\
       |Pokemon        |Morning  |Day    |Night   |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Drowzee        |50%      |50%    |50%     |Normal    |
       |Ditto          |5%       |5%     |5%      |Normal    |
       |Rattata        |35%      |35%    |35%     |Normal    |
       |Abra           |10%      |10%    |10%     |Normal    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Fish/Surfing   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Tentacool      |90%                       |Surfing   |
       |Tentacruel     |10%                       |Surfing   |
       |Magikarp       |95% (O), 60% (G)          |Fishing   |
       |Krabby         |5% (O), 37% (G), 67% (S)  |Fishing   |
       |Kingler        |3% (S)                    |Fishing   |
       |Corsola        |3% (G), 30% (S)           |Fishing   |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Tree Headbutt  |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_______________|__________________________|__________|
       |Hoothoot       |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Spinarak (HG)  |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Ledyba (SS)    |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Exeggcute      |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Pineco         |                          |Headbutt  |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |National Dex   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Ralts          |                          |Swarm     |
       |Whismur        |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Linoone        |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Bidoof         |                          |S. Radio  |
       |Buizel         |                          |S. Radio  |
       \_____________________________________________________/


Route 34 is full of various trainers to fight and new Pokemon to catch. One
of those Pokemon is Abra, a very hard to catch Pokemon unless you have sleep
moves. Its also a good route to gain experience on, since you will want your
Pokemon to be about level 16 or above.

Another landmark on this route is the daycare/breeding center. When you get
close, Ethan/Lyra will appear and talk to the Daycare couple. As it turns out,
they are Ethan/Lyra's grandparents. He/she will then take you inside and 
introduce you to his/her grandma and give you their phone number phone number. 
Once you exit, the old man will give you his phone number as well. You can now 
use the center for leveling your Pokemon (1 step = one EXP point), or put two 
Pokemon in and create a egg if they are compatible and a male and female 
(Look at the breeding guide for more info).

Near the end of the route, if you go to the right, you can find TM63 (Embargo)
in the grass in a item ball out in the open. 

Once you are ready, head north to Goldenrod City.

     _____
    /J016|
   /_____| ____________________________________________________________________
  /                                                                           /
 /                    G O L D E N R O D   C I T Y                            /
/___________________________________________________________________________/


There is a bunch to do in Goldenrod, so lets get started.


+==========================+
|Goldenrod Department Store|
+==========================+

The first floor does not have much. There is a man near the service desk that
will give you several berries when you talk to him. You can either take the
elevator or the stairs. One thing you will notice is many of the items they
sell here are the exact same ones they sold in D/P/Pl, minus the furniture.

2nd Floor: Recovery and Misc. Items

/___________________________________________\
|Item Name     |Price                       |
|______________|____________________________|
|Potion        |300                         |
|Super Potion  |700                         |
|Hyper Potion  |1200                        |
|Max Potion    |2500                        |
|Poke Ball     |200                         |
|Great Ball    |600                         |
|Ultra Ball    |1200                        |
|Revive        |1500                        |
|Antidote      |100                         |
|Paralyze Heal |200                         |
|Burn Heal     |250                         |
|Ice Heal      |250                         |
|Awakening     |250                         |
|Full Heal     |600                         |
|Escape Rope   |550                         |
|Clefairy Doll |1000                        |
|Repel         |350                         |
|Super Repel   |500                         |
|Max Repel     |700                         |
|Flame Mail    |50                          |
|Space Mail    |50                          |
|Bubble Mail   |50                          |
|Grass Mail    |50                          |
\___________________________________________/

3rd Floor: Vitamins and Battle Items
/_____________________________________\
|Item Name     |Price                 |
|______________|______________________|
|X Attack      |500                   |
|X Defend      |550                   |
|X Speed       |350                   |
|X Special     |350                   |
|X Sp. Def.    |350                   |
|X Accuracy    |950                   |
|Guard Spec    |700                   |
|Dire Hit      |650                   |
\_____________________________________/

4th Floor: EV Items
/_____________________________________\
|Item Name     |Price                 |
|______________|______________________|
|HP UP         |9800                  |
|Carbos        |9800                  |
|Zinc          |9800                  |
|Calcium       |9800                  |
|Iron          |9800                  |
|Protein       |9800                  |
\_____________________________________/


5th Floor: TMs
/___________________________________________\
|Item Name           |Price                 |
|____________________|______________________|
|TM 14 (Blizzard)    |5500                  |
|TM 15 (Hyper Beam)  |7500                  |
|TM 16 (Light Screen)|2000                  |
|TM 17 (Protect)     |2000                  |
|TM 20 (Safeguard)   |2000                  |
|TM 22 (Solar Beam)  |3000                  |
|TM 25 (Thunder)     |5500                  |
|TM 33 (Reflect)     |2000                  |
|TM 38 (Fire Blast)  |5500                  |
|TM 52 (Focus Blast) |5500                  |
|TM 54 (False Swipe) |2000                  |
|TM 70 (Flash)       |1000                  |
|TM 83 (Natural Gift)|2000                  |
\___________________________________________/

The 6th Floor has Vending Machines where you can buy the cheaper variations on
Potions. There is also seems to be a random draw game where you pay 300p and
you get a random berry or Pokeball from it.

+===================================================+
|Goldenrod Game Corner and the Goldenrod Underground|
+===================================================+

The game corner side quest is slightly different depending on what version
you are playing. You can find the game corner above the Pokemon Center.

JAPANESE VERSION:
==============================================================================

In the game corner, you can find TM78 (Captivate). To play any of the slots,
you will need to go to the underground portion of Goldenrod that is south of
the game corner. When you enter, Ethan or Lyra will appear and give you the
accessory case.

Once you are in the underground, you will have to fight several trainers. Once
you beat them, you can pick up the item ball that has the Coin Case in it. You
can also get massages from a guy down there for 300p a Pokemon that makes them
happier.

The slots are similar to how they were in the past: You can pay either 1, 2 or
3 coins and depending on how many you put in you can line them up several
ways. You can also get a bonus round if you line up 3 Pokeballs. The machines
also sometimes pay out more for match ups and is shown at the top.
==============================================================================

You can still get the Accesory Case by going to the underground, although you
can no longer find the Coin Case there. 

NORTH AMERICAN AND PAL VERSIONS:
==============================================================================

The game corner has been completely been redesigned. The TM for Captivate is
no longer located there, and the building is now only a card table with a 
NPC called Mr. Game with two old gentlemen that act as the receptionest. You
can't buy coins anymore, either. On the other hand, the mini-game no longer
requires you to spend coiins. If you talk to Mr. Game, he will give you the
Coin Case. 

The new game is a mindsweeper-like game called Voltorb Flip. The game is a 
bit complicated when you first do it, but it is basic once you figure it out:

There are 5 rows with 5 blocks in each, with a total of 25 blocks total for 
the entire game. On the right side and on the bottom is the number of Voltorbs
that is on that row, and what the number adds up to. So, if a row has a 05
at the top and 0 Voltorb, that means that there is all 1s there. 

You gain coins depending on how many multiples you can get. Say, for example
that you get 1 to begin with, you will get 1 coin. If you keep finding 1s,
then it will not go up, but if you find a 2x or 3x, you will double your coins 
and get 2 or 3 coins. 

If you find another 2x or 3x, the amount you have in the Coins Collected in 
Current Game will be multiplied. However, if you run into a Voltorb, it will 
be game over and you will lose any coins for the current game. 

You can, however, collect any coins you have with the current game by pressing
the B button. Any coins you collected during your game will be added to your
coin case. You level up by finding all the 2 and 3 numbers on the board. 

The best advise I have is to knock out the rows with 0 Voltorb first, and then
tackle the other rows. If you don't feel too brave, you can quit after taking
out the 0 voltorb rows and still have a decent amount of coins left over most
of the time. 

==============================================================================


You can get the following from the attendants on the right:

Pokemon:
/_______________________________\
|Name               |Price      |
|___________________|___________|
|Abra               |200 Coins  |
|Ekans (HeartGold)  |700 Coins  |
|Sandshrew (SoulSil)|700 Coins  |
|Dratini            |2,100 Coins|
\_______________________________/

Items:
/________________________________\
|Name               |Price       |
|___________________|____________|
|Silk Scarf         |1,000 Coins |
|Zoom Lens          |1,000 Coins |
|Metronome          |1,000 Coins |
|TM 75 Swords Dance |4,000 Coins |
|TM 90 Substitute   |2,000 coins |
|TM 44 Rest         |6,000 coins |
|TM 13 Ice Beam     |10,000 Coins|
|TM 35 Flamethrower |10,000 Coins|
|TM 24 Thunderbolt  |10,000 Coins|
\________________________________/

If you have someone you can link up with, get a Abra. You might also want to
consider a Dratini, since it will be one of the few Dragon Pokemon for awhile
and a rather powerful one at that.

+=======+
|The GTS|
+=======+

Located on the left side of Goldenrod, the GTS is similar to its Platinum
incarnation. So much so that it connects to the same server at D/P/Pl. You
can either put your Pokemon up to trade or request a similar one. You will
need to have seen the Pokemon in your Pokedex to request or search for it
on the GTS.


+============+
|Other Things|
+============+

There is a tent on the upper right side of Goldenrod with a old man inside.
He will allow you to change your Pokemon's nickname if you talk to him.

If you go on the right path in the middle and go down, you can find the
Cycling Shop. Talk to the man inside and he will give you a free bike.
It is a little different then its D/P/Pl incarnation, since it does not have
two speeds and is hard to turn even though it is at normal speed.

If you go to the gym, you will find a woman blocking the way. She tells you
that Whitney, the Gym leader, is at the Radio Tower on the west side of
Goldenrod. Head to the radio tower and talk to the attendant next to Whitney
(The red haired girl) and answer the following:

Question #1: Can you check the Town Map with your Pokegear? 
- Yes

Question #2: NIDORINA can only be female. True? 
- Yes

Question #3: Kurt, the Poke Ball Creator, uses apricots as Ingredients? 
- No

Question #4: It's impossible to use a TM on MAGIKARP, True?
- Yes

Question #5: In Professor Oak's popular show, Pokemon Talk, is he on with 
Marie? 
- No

Once you do that, you will win the Radio Card expansion and Whitney will return
to the Gym. You can now enter the gym and challenge her.

  ____
//J017|_____________________________________________________________________\\
||                            Goldenrod Gym                                 ||
\\__________________________________________________________________________//

         ___________
        /Trainers :|
       |___________|___________________________________________\
       |Beauty                     |Beauty                     |
       |Money: 896p                |Money: 896p                |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Sentret lv 9 (Normal)      |Meowth lv 16 (Normal)      |
       |Sentret lv 13 (Normal)     |Meowth lv 16 (Normal)      |
       |Sentret lv 16 (Normal      |                           |
       |___________________________|___________________________|
       |Lass                       |Lass                       |
       |Money: 272p                |Money: 240p                |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Snubbull lv 17 (Normal)    |Jigglypuff lv 15 (Normal)  |
       |                           |Jigglypuff lv 15 (Normal)  |
       |                           |Jigglypuff lv 15 (Normal)  |
       \_______________________________________________________/

A bit of new and old. The gym is the same layout it was back in its G/S/C
days, but it is now a gigantic maze. The fastest way to get to Whitney is
the following:

- First go up the stairs you see when you first enter. Go to the right and
  down the other set of stairs.

- Go right and up until you fight a trainer. Then go up and then right. Ignore
  the stairs and go through the tunnel.

- Go fight the two trainers and go up through the other tunnel to Whitney.

/____________________________________________________________________________\
|Boss: Whitney                                                               |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Pokemon:                                                                    |
|Clefairy lv 17 (Normal)                                                     |
|Milktank lv 19 (Normal)                                                     |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Info: The same levels you fought her at in GSC, Whitney has not changed too |
|      much. Her Clefairy can use Mimic to learn the last attack you did,    |
|      Doubleslap, and Metronome to do a random attack.                      |
|                                                                            |
|      Her Milktank is the same as always. It knows Attract to make it hard  |
|      for male Pokemon to hit, the powerful Stomp attack, Milk Drink to     |
|      recover health, and Rollout. Rollout is her most dangerous attack,    |
|      since it gains power every time it is used and only goes back to      |
|      normal if it misses.                                                  |
|                                                                            |
|      Best thing to do is to bring a fighting type Pokemon or a Pokemon that|
|      can use fighting type moves. Ghosts also work well to a point,        |
|      although Rollout is a rock type attack, so be careful of using flying |
|      Pokemon.                                                              |
\____________________________________________________________________________/

After you beat her, Whitney will start crying and won't give you the badge.
When you try to leave, one of the trainers will stop you and tell her to talk
to Whitney again. She will then give you the Plain Badge and TM45 Attract.

+===============+
|Goldenrod City |
+===============+

Once you have the Plain Badge, go to the flower house and get the Squirt
Bottle from the lady. You will need it for later. Go to the Pokemon Center and
heal, and then head north to Route 35.


  ____
//J018|_____________________________________________________________________\\
||                             Route 35                                     ||
\\__________________________________________________________________________//

         ___________
        /Trainers :|
       |___________|___________________________________________\
       |Picnicker                  |Picnicker                  |
       |Money: 240p                |Money: 256p                |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Vulpix lv 15 (Fire)        |Pikachu lv 16 (Electric)   |
       |___________________________|___________________________|
       |Camper                     |Camper                     |
       |Money: 240p                |Money: 224p                |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Sandshrew lv 13 (Ground)   |Diglett lv 10 (Ground)     |
       |Marill lv 15 (Water)       |Zubat lv 10 (Flying/Poison)|
       |                           |Diglett lv 14 (Ground(     |
       |___________________________|___________________________|
       |Juggler                    |Firebreather               |
       |Money: 448p                |Money: 512p                |
       |Phone #: Yes               |Phone #: Yes               |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Voltorb lv 2 (Electric)    |Magmar lv 11 (Fire)        |
       |Voltorb lv 6 (Electric)    |Magmar lv 16 (Fire)        |
       |Voltorb lv 10 (Electric)   |                           |
       |Voltorb lv 14 (Electric)   |                           |
       |___________________________|___________________________|
       |Bird Keeper                |Bug Catcher                |
       |Money: 448p                |Money: 240p                |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: Yes               |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Pidgey lv 12 (Normal/Fly)  |Venonat lv 15 (Bug/Poison) |
       |Pidgeotto lv 14 (Nrml/Fly) |                           |
       \_______________________________________________________/


       /_____________________________________________________\
       |Pokemon        |Morning  |Day    |Night   |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Nidoran F      |30%      |30%    |30%     |Normal    |
       |Nidoran M      |30%      |30%    |30%     |Normal    |
       |Abra           |10%      |10%    |10%     |Normal    |
       |Drowzee        |20%      |20%    |20%     |Normal    |
       |Ditto          |4%       |4%     |4%      |Normal    |
       |Yanma          |1%       |1%     |1%      |Normal    |
       |Pidgey         |5%       |5%     |-       |Normal    |
       |Hoothoot       |-        |-      |5%      |Normal    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Fish/Surfing   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Psyduck        |90%                       |Surfing   |
       |Golduck        |10%                       |Surfing   |
       |Magikarp       |95% (O), 60% (G), 7% (S)  |Fishing   |
       |Poliwag        |5% (O), 40% (G), 93%, (S) |Fishing   |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Tree Headbutt  |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_______________|__________________________|__________|
       |Hoothoot       |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Spinarak (HG)  |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Ledyba (SS)    |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Exeggcute      |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Pineco         |                          |Headbutt  |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |National Dex   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Yanma          |                          |Swarm     |
       |Whismur        |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Linoone        |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Bidoof         |                          |S. Radio  |
       |Buizel         |                          |S. Radio  |
       \_____________________________________________________/

There are a couple of things you can do on this route. There is a man to the
right that will take a picture of you and your team if you say Yes. You can
do this as many times as you want. Keep going on the route and fighting the
trainers. Once you are near the end, you can finally capture some Pokemon.
You can get Nidoran male and female on this route.

Once you hit the grass part head right, fight the trainer, and cut down the
tree. Continue up and then go to the right some more and you will eventually
find the tree that was blocking your way earlier. By now, you have reached
Route 36.

Alternatively, you can keep going straight and head to the National Park

  ____
//J019|_____________________________________________________________________\\
||                           National Park                                  ||
\\__________________________________________________________________________//

         ___________
        /Trainers :|
       |___________|___________________________________________\
       |Pokefan                    |Lass                       |
       |Money: 1024p               |Money: 272p                |
       |Phone #: Yes               |Phone #: Yes               |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Snubbull lv 16 (Normal)    |Cubone lv 17 (Ground)      |
       |                           |Oddish lv 14 (Grass/Poison)|
       |___________________________|___________________________|
       |Pokefan                    |School Kid                 |
       |Money: 1024                |Money: 300p                |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: Yes               |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Raichu lv 16 (Electric0    |Voltorb lv 15 (Electric)   |
       |                           |Oddish lv 12 (Grass/Poison)|
       \_______________________________________________________/


       /_____________________________________________________\
       |Pokemon        |Morning  |Day    |Night   |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Caterpie       |50%      |30%    |-       |HeartGold |
       |Metapod        |30%      |30%    |-       |HeartGold |
       |Weedle         |50%      |30%    |-       |SoulSilver|
       |Kakuna         |30%      |30%    |-       |SoulSilver|
       |Pidgey         |20%      |15%    |-       |Normal    |
       |Sunkern        |-        |25%    |-       |Normal    |
       |Hoothoot       |-        |-      |100%    |Normal    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Tree Headbutt  |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_______________|__________________________|__________|
       |Hoothoot       |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Spinarak (HG)  |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Ledyba (SS)    |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Exeggcute      |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Pineco         |                          |Headbutt  |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |National Dex   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Plusle         |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Minun          |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Shinx          |                          |S. Radio  |
       |Cherubi        |                          |Headbutt  |
       \_____________________________________________________/


Ah, the National Park. Depending on what day it is, you can enter in the
Bug-Catching Contest. On Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, you can register
at one of the gatehouses to enter the competition. Otherwise, the place is
full of trainers. Once you are ready, continue east to Route 36.


  ____
//J020|_____________________________________________________________________\\
||                            Route 36/37                                   ||
\\__________________________________________________________________________//

         ___________
        /Trainers :|
       |___________|___________________________________________\
       |Psychic                    |Schoolboy                  |
       |Money: 512p                |Money: 340p                |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: Yes               |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Abra lv 14 (Psychic)       |Tangela lv 17 (Grass)      |
       |Abra lv 14 (Psychic)       |                           |
       |Kadabra lv 16 (Psychic)    |                           |
       \_______________________________________________________/


       /_____________________________________________________\
       |Pokemon        |Morning  |Day    |Night   |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Nidoran F      |30%      |30%    |30%     |Normal    |
       |Nidoran M      |30%      |30%    |30%     |Normal    |
       |Growlithe      |10%      |15%    |10%     |HeartGold |
       |Vulpix         |10%      |15%    |10%     |SoulSilver|
       |Pidgey         |25%      |20%    |-       |Normal    |
       |Hoothoot       |-        |-      |25%     |Normal    |
       |Stantler       |5%       |5%     |5%      |Normal    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Tree Headbutt  |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_______________|__________________________|__________|
       |Hoothoot       |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Spinarak (HG)  |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Ledyba (SS)    |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Exeggcute      |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Pineco         |                          |Headbutt  |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |National Dex   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Plusle         |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Minun          |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Shinx          |                          |S. Radio  |
       \_____________________________________________________/


Use your Squirt Bottle on the tree blocking your way and it will attack you.

It is a lv 20 Sudowoodo, something you might want to consider catching since
it is the only one in this game (You can get plenty of them in D/P/Pl though
so it is up to you). If you do not capture it now, it will re-appear after you
beat the Elite Four.

After you do that, the man near the tree will give you the Berry Pots, the
main way to grow berries in Johto. You can grow up to 4 of them at a time, and
he also gives you some berries to go along with it. After that, go left and
then up and you will hit route 37.

+========+
|Route 37|
+========+

         ___________
        /Trainers :|
       |___________|___________________________________________\
       |Twins                      |Beauty                     |
       |Money: 512p                |Money: 1792p               |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Marill lv 16 (Water)       |Clefable lv 16 (Normal)    |
       |Mareep lv 16 (Electric)    |Wigglytuff lv 16 (Normal   |
       |___________________________|___________________________|
       |Beauty                     |Psychic                    |
       |Money: 1792p               |Money: 544p                |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Wigglytuff lv 16 (Normal)  |Drowzee lv 17 (Psychic)    |
       |Clefable lv 16 (Normal)    |                           |
       \_______________________________________________________/


       /_____________________________________________________\
       |Pokemon        |Morning  |Day    |Night   |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Pidgey (HG)    |60%      |50%    |-       |Normal    |
       |Pidgey (SS)    |20%      |50%    |-       |Normal    |
       |Pidgeotto      |-        |-      |5%      |Normal    |
       |Stantler (HG)  |30%      |30%    |30%     |Normal    |
       |Stantler (SS)  |30%      |-      |30%     |Normal    |
       |Hoothoot (HG)  |-        |-      |20%     |Normal    |
       |Hoothoot (SS)  |-        |-      |60%     |Normal    |
       |Growlithe      |10%      |15%    |10%     |HeartGold |
       |Vulpix         |10%      |15%    |10%     |SoulSilver|
       |Ekans          |-        |30%    |-       |SoulSilver|
       |Spinarak       |-        |-      |40%     |HeartGold |
       |Ledyba         |40%      |-      |-       |SoulSilver|
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Tree Headbutt  |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_______________|__________________________|__________|
       |Hoothoot       |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Spinarak (HG)  |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Ledyba (SS)    |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Exeggcute      |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Pineco         |                          |Headbutt  |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |National Dex   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Plusle         |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Minun          |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Shinx          |                          |S. Radio  |
       \_____________________________________________________/


Not much to do here besides fight some trainers and capture some Pokemon. If
you do not have a fire Pokemon, its recommended that you hunt for a Growlithe
or Vulpix on this route (Depending on your version). Once you are done, continue
up to Ecruteak City,

     _____
    /J021|
   /_____| ____________________________________________________________________
  /                                                                           /
 /                      E C R U T E A K   C I T Y                            /
/___________________________________________________________________________/


       /_____________________________________________________\
       |Fish/Surfing   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Poliwag        |90%                       |Surfing   |
       |Poliwhirl      |10%                       |Surfing   |
       |Magikarp       |95% (O), 60% (G), 7% (S)  |Fishing   |
       |Poliwag        |5% (O), 40% (G), 93% (S)  |Fishing   |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Tree Headbutt  |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_______________|__________________________|__________|
       |Spinarak (HG)  |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Ledyba (SS)    |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Exeggcute      |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Pineco         |                          |Headbutt  |
       \_____________________________________________________/

Pokemart:
/_____________________________\
|Item Name     |Price         |
|______________|______________|
|Poke Ball     |200p          |
|Great Ball    |600p          |
|Heal Ball     |300p          |
|Net Ball      |1,000p        |
|Potion        |300p          |
|Super Potion  |700p          |
|Antidote      |100p          |
|Paralyz Heal  |200p          |
|Awakening     |250p          |
|Burn Heal     |250p          |
|Ice Heal      |250p          |
|Revive        |1,500p        |
|Escape Rope   |550p          |
|Repel         |350p          |
|Super Repel   |500p          |
|Air Mail      |50p           |
\_____________________________/

Head to the Pokemon Center first. When you do, you will meet Bill, the man who
build the PC Storage system you use to store Pokemon. If you go back to his
house in Goldenrod, you can get a lv 5 Eevee.

If you go inside the house that is to the left of the Pokemon Center, the man
inside will give you the Dowsing MCHN, formerly known as the Itemfinder in
GSC. It has been upgraded and now has touchscreen support.

If you go into the house above the Pokemon Center, you will see one of the
Kimono girls talking to a team rocket member. Go up and fight the rocket, all
he has is a lv 12 Koffing. After you beat him, the rocket will run off. Once
you get off the stage, the man sitting in the audience will give you HM 03
(Surf), although you cannot use it at the moment since you do not have the
badge.

You cannot enter the Bell Tower (Formerly the Tin Tower) at the moment, but 
you can get your picture taken in front of the entrance. Once you are ready 
to continue, head to the upper left corner and enter the burned tower.

+=============+
|Burned Tower |
+=============+

         ___________
        /Trainers :|
       |___________|___________________________________________\
       |Firebreather               |Firebreather               |
       |Money:                     |Money: 567p                |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Koffing lv 16 (Poison)     |Charmeleon lv 18 (Fire)    |
       |Koffing lv 16 (Poison)     |                           |
       |Growlithe lv 17 (Fire)     |                           |
       \_______________________________________________________/


       /_____________________________________________________\
       |Pokemon        |Morning  |Day    |Night   |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Koffing        |50%      |50%    |50%     |Normal    |
       |Magmar         |5%       |10%    |5%      |Normal    |
       |Rattata        |40%      |35%    |40%     |Normal    |
       |Zubat          |5%       |5%     |5%      |Normal    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |National Dex   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Zigzagoon      |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Spinda         |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Meditite       |                          |S. Radio  |
       |Chatot         |                          |S. Radio  |
       \_____________________________________________________/


As soon as you enter, you will see Eusine from Pokemon Crystal. He will
approach you, but not battle. You will also see Morty in the tower as well.

There are a few wild Pokemon, such as Koffing if you want to capture them.
Once you are ready, go near the ladder and your rival will challenge you.

/____________________________________________________________________________\
|Boss: Rival                                                                 |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Pokemon:                                                                    |
|Gastly lv 20 (Ghost/Poison)                                                 |
|Magnemite lv 18 (Electric/Steel)                                            |
|Zubat lv 20 (Flying/Poison)                                                 |
|Quilava lv 22 (Fire) *If you choose Chikorita                               |
|Bayleef lv 22 (Grass) *If you choose Totodile                               |
|Croconaw lv 22 (Water) *If you choose Cyndaquil                             |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Info: Your rival's Pokemon has gone up a little bit from the last time you  |
|      fought him. Gastly is the same as always, although it now has Confuse |
|      Ray. If you have a Pokemon that can use Bite or any other Dark/Ghost/ |
|      Psychic attacks, use them. Magnemite is fairly dangerous, since it    |
|      can confuse you will Supersonic, attack you with Thunderbolt, and take|
|      off 20 HP every turn with Sonic Boom. Ground attacks work best, but   |
|      fire and fighting are also effective.                                 |
|                                                                            |
|      Zubat has Bite and Supersonic, so take it out with a Electric or Rock |
|      Pokemon. Finally, his starter is his highest level Pokemon at level   |
|      22. Use the same strategy you used in your last battle with him.      |
|                                                                            |
|      Recommended Pokemon include: Geodude/Onix with Rock and Ground attacks|
|      Kadabra with Psychic attacks, Flaffy with Electric Attacks, and any   |
|      opposite type that can take out your rival's team.                    |
\____________________________________________________________________________/

Once you beat your rival, he will run off. Go down the ladder and get near
the legendary dogs and they will each run off in different directions.
Eusine will come down and talk for a little bit and then leave. Once you are
ready, leave the burned tower.

Once you are ready, head to the Ecruteak City Gym. Make sure your Pokemon are
all above level 20, preferably around lv 22 or up.

  ____
//J022|_____________________________________________________________________\\
||                            Ecruteak Gym                                  ||
\\__________________________________________________________________________//

         ___________
        /Trainers :|
       |___________|___________________________________________\
       |Medium                     |Medium                     |
       |Money: 768p                |Money: 960p                |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Gastly lv 16 (Ghost/Poison)|Haunter lv 20 (Ghost/Poison|
       |Gastly lv 16 (Ghost/Poison)|Haunter lv 20 (Ghost/Poison|
       |Gastly lv 16 (Ghost/Poison)|                           |
       |Gastly lv 16 (Ghost/Poison)|                           |
       |Gastly lv 16 (Ghost/Poison)|                           |
       |___________________________|___________________________|
       |Medium                                                 |
       |Money: 1056                |Money:                     |
       |Phone #:                   |Phone #:                   |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Haunter lv 22 (Ghost/Poison|Gastly lv 18 (Ghost/Poison)|
       |                           |Haunter lv 20 (Ghost/Poison|
       |                           |Gastly lv 20 (Ghost/Poison)|
       \_______________________________________________________/


A little different then the GSC, Morty's gym now has a visible walkway.
However, the trick is that you are going to fight pretty much every trainer
in the gym. Once you beat them, their light goes out, making it hard to get
to the end. If you fall into the pit, you are warped back to the beginning
of the gym. The good thing is once you do step in the pit, the trainer's light
comes back on. Once you get to the end, save and fight Morty.

/____________________________________________________________________________\
|Boss: Morty                                                                 |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Pokemon:                                                                    |
|Gastly lv 21 (Ghost/Poison)                                                 |
|Haunter lv 21 (Ghost/Poison)                                                |
|Haunter lv 23 (Ghost/Poison)                                                |
|Gengar lv 25 (Ghost/Poison)                                                 |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Info: Morty, who was one of the toughest gym leaders in the original GSC,   |
|      keeps his position in HG/SS. If you are unprepared, you are going to  |
|      have major issues.                                                    |
|                                                                            |
|      First, Gastly. It does not use too many attacks, but its biggest      |
|      threat is Curse: A attack that halves its HP and takes away some HP   |
|      every turn. It cancels out if you switch out, but it likes to use     |
|      Mean Look to keep you into battle. Finally, it uses Spite to lower    |
|      your attack PP slowly.                                                |
|                                                                            |
|      The level 21 is another threat. It likes to use Hypnosis first, and   |
|      then it likes to use Dream Eater. It also has Night Shade, a attack   |
|      that does damage equal to your level, and Curse again. Best thing to  |
|      do is have a bunch of Awakenings. Morty also has a second Haunter, so |
|      take care of it the same way you did this one.                        |
|                                                                            |
|      His Gengar, however, is his biggest threat. Its main attack is Shadow |
|      Ball, a very powerful ghost attack. He can also use Sucker Punch as   |
|      well. Best thing to do is to use a normal Pokemon to cancel out his   |
|      Shadow Ball attack.                                                   |
|                                                                            |
|      So, what is recommended? Normal Pokemon are all good to use, since    |
|      they have total resistance against Ghost Pokemon. The double-edge to  |
|      this is normal attacks do not hit Ghost Pokemon, so you will need to  |
|      have other element attacks on your Pokemon (The goldenrod department  |
|      store is a good place for them). Psychic and Dark attacks work well,  |
|      so Pokemon that have Confusion or Bite are good. Butterfree learns    |
|      Confusion, and Zubat and several others learn Bite. Because they are  |
|      part poison, you can not put Poison condition on them, so you might   |
|      want to Paralyze or put his team to Sleep. Also, because they all have|
|      the levitate ability, you cannot use ground attacks again his Pokemon.|
\____________________________________________________________________________/

After the battle, Morty will give you the Fog Badge, which lets you control
traded Pokemon up to level 50 and allows you to use Surf outside of battle. He
also gives you TM30, Shadow Ball.

Head back to the Pokemon Center and heal. Now, for some other stuff to do. If
you go east to Route 42, you will find a cave and some water you cannot surf
across. Next to the cave is TM65, Shadow Claw. Its a decent TM, so you might
want to pick it up. When you go near a cave, a mountain climber will come out
and give you HM04, Strength.

Once you are ready, head west to Route 38

  ____
//J023|_____________________________________________________________________\\
||                            Route 38/39                                   ||
\\__________________________________________________________________________//

         ___________
        /Trainers :|
       |___________|___________________________________________\
       |Sailor                     |Lass                       |
       |Money: 640p                |Money: 304p                |
       |Phone #:                   |Phone #: Yes               |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Wooper lv 20 (Water/Ground)|Flaafy lv 19 (Electric)    |
       |                           |Psyduck lv 19 (Water)      |
       |___________________________|___________________________|
       |Schoolboy                  |Bird Keeper                |
       |Money: 400p                |Money: 576p                |
       |Phone #: Yes               |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Mr. Mime lv 20 (Psychic)   |Doduo lv 16 (Flying/Normal)|
       |                           |Doduo lv 17 (Flying/Normal)|
       |                           |Doduo lv 18 (Flying/Normal)|
       |___________________________|___________________________/
       |Beauty                     |
       |Money: 1008p               |
       |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |
       |Hoppip lv 18 (Grass/Flying)|
       |Skiploom lv 18 (Grass/Fly) |
       \___________________________/


       /_____________________________________________________\
       |Pokemon        |Morning  |Day    |Night   |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Rattata        |30%      |30%    |40%     |HeartGold |
       |Meowth         |30%      |30%    |40%     |SoulSilver|
       |Raticate       |30%      |30%    |30%     |Normal    |
       |Farfetch'd     |10%      |10%    |-       |Normal    |
       |Miltank        |5%       |5%     |5%      |Normal    |
       |Magnemite      |20%      |20%    |20%     |Normal    |
       |Tauros         |4%       |4%     |4%      |Normal    |
       |Snubbull       |1%       |1%     |1%      |Normal    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Tree Headbutt  |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_______________|__________________________|__________|
       |Hoothoot       |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Spinarak (HG)  |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Ledyba (SS)    |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Exeggcute      |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Pineco         |                          |Headbutt  |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |National Dex   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Snubbull       |                          |Swarm     |
       |Plusle         |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Minun          |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Shinx          |                          |S. Radio  |
       |Burmy          |                          |Headbutt  |
       \_____________________________________________________/


A rather big route with a bunch of new Pokemon. If you need a electric and
steel Pokemon, you can capture Magnemite now. Another new one is Tauros, a
very strong Normal type Pokemon. Also, if you do no have a Pokemon that can
surf, you might want to get one now. You can also get Miltank on this route
as well (Same Pokemon Whitney uses earlier). Farfetch'd is another new
Pokemon, but it is rather weak so you might only want it for completion.

Outside of fighting trainers, there is not much else to do. Head left to
Route 39

+=========+
|Route 39 |
+=========+

         ___________
        /Trainers :|
       |___________|___________________________________________\
       |Psychic                    |Sailor                     |
       |Money: 640p                |Money: 608p                |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Slowpoke lv 17 (Psy/Water) |Poliwhirl lv 17 (Water)    |
       |Slowpoke lv 20 (Psy/Water) |Krabby lv 19 (Water)       |
       |                           |Raticate lv 17 (Normal     |
       |___________________________|___________________________|
       |Pokefan                    |Pokefan                    |
       |Money: 1152p               |Money: 1088p               |
       |Phone #: Yes               |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Pikachu lv 18 (Electric)   |Pikachu lv 17 (Electric)   |
       \_______________________________________________________/


       /_____________________________________________________\
       |Pokemon        |Morning  |Day    |Night   |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Rattata        |30%      |30%    |40%     |HeartGold |
       |Meowth         |30%      |30%    |40%     |SoulSilver|
       |Raticate       |30%      |30%    |30%     |Normal    |
       |Farfetch'd     |10%      |10%    |-       |Normal    |
       |Miltank        |5%       |5%     |5%      |Normal    |
       |Magnemite      |20%      |20%    |20%     |Normal    |
       |Tauros         |4%       |4%     |4%      |Normal    |
       |Snubbull       |1%       |1%     |1%      |Normal    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Tree Headbutt  |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_______________|__________________________|__________|
       |Hoothoot       |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Spinarak (HG)  |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Ledyba (SS)    |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Exeggcute      |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Pineco         |                          |Headbutt  |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |National Dex   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Snubbull       |                          |Swarm     |
       |Plusle         |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Minun          |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Shinx          |                          |S. Radio  |
       \_____________________________________________________/

Once you go on Route 39, a old man will approach you and tell you about a new
Safari Zone in Johto and asks you to register his number. You now have several
options: You can either go to the MooMoo Ranch for a side quest, or head
straight down to Olivine. The MooMoo ranch is on the very top of the route,
the one with all the Miltank in the front. You can get your picture taken t
here if you want.

If you go inside, you will find a sick Miltank. To cure it, you will need to
feed it 5 Oran Berries. Once you do, you will get the Seal Case and the
ability to buy some MooMoo milk for 500p.

Once you are ready, head south down to Olivine.

     _____
    /J024|
   /_____| ____________________________________________________________________
  /                                                                           /
 /                      O L I V I N E   C I T Y                              /
/___________________________________________________________________________/


       /_____________________________________________________\
       |Fish/Surfing   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Tentacool      |90%                       |Surfing   |
       |Tentacruel     |10%                       |Surfing   |
       |Magikarp       |95% (O), 60% (G)          |Fishing   |
       |Krabby         |5% (O), 37% (G), 67% (S)  |Fishing   |
       |Kingler        |3% (S)                    |Fishing   |
       |Corsola        |3% (G, day), 30% (S, Day) |Fishing   |
       |Staryu         |3% (G,night), 30%(S,night)|Fishing   |
       \_____________________________________________________/


Pokemart:
/_____________________________\
|Item Name     |Price         |
|______________|______________|
|Poke Ball     |200p          |
|Great Ball    |600p          |
|Ultra Ball    |1200p         |
|Heal Ball     |300p          |
|Net Ball      |1,000p        |
|Potion        |300p          |
|Super Potion  |700p          |
|Hyper Potion  |1200p         |
|Antidote      |100p          |
|Paralyz Heal  |200p          |
|Awakening     |250p          |
|Burn Heal     |250p          |
|Ice Heal      |250p          |
|Full Heal     |600p          |
|Revive        |1,500p        |
|Escape Rope   |550p          |
|Repel         |350p          |
|Max Repel     |700p          |
|Super Repel   |500p          |
|Heart Mail    |50p           |
\_____________________________/

* Note that the Ultra Ball, Hyper Potion, Full Heal, and Max Repel can
  only be bought after you beat Jasmine and get the Mineral Badge

Once you walk past the gym, your rival will appear and talk to you for a
little bit and then leave, saying that the gym leader is at the light house.

You can do a couple of things in Olivine. If you go to the house above the
Pokemon Center, you can get the Good Rod. Go down the path next to the
Pokemart and head up and you will find two houses. If you have the seal case,
a girl in the right house will give you a couple of seals. In the house on
the left is a fisherman who will trade you a Voltorb with a Cheri Berry for
a Krabby. You can fish for one with the good rod in Olivine, so they are not
too hard to find.

Once you are ready, head east to the lighthouse.

+==================+
|Olivine Lighthouse|
+==================+

         ___________
        /Trainers :|
       |___________|___________________________________________\
       |Gentleman (2F)             |Sailor (2F)                |
       |Money: 4400p               |Money: 640p                |
       |Phone #: Yes               |Phone #: Yes               |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Noctowl lv 22 (Normal/Fly) |Poliwag lv 18 (Water)      |
       |                           |Poliwhirl lv 20 (Water)    |
       |___________________________|___________________________|
       |Bird Keeper (3F)           |Sailor (3F)                |
       |Money: 480p                |Money: 640p                |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Pidgey lv 15 (Normal/Fly)  |Krabby lv 18 (Water)       |
       |Pidgey lv 15 (Normal/Fly)  |Krabby lv 20 (Water)       |
       |Pidgey lv 15 (Normal/Fly)  |                           |
       |Pidgey lv 17 (Normal/Fly)  |                           |
       |Pidgey lv 19 (Normal/Fly)  |                           |
       |___________________________|___________________________|
       |Bird Keeper (3F)           |Gentleman (4F)             |
       |Money: 576p                |Money: 3600p               |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Spearow lv 18 (Normal/Fly) |Growlithe lv 18 (Fire)     |
       |Spearow lv 18 (Normal/Fly) |Growlithe lv 18 (Fire)     |
       |Fearow lv 20 (Normal/Fly)  |                           |
       |___________________________|___________________________|
       |Lass (4F)                  |Sailor (5F)                |
       |Money: 336p                |Money: 640p                |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Marill lv 21 (Water)       |Poliwhirl lv 20 (Water)    |
       |___________________________|___________________________/
       |Sailor (5F)                |
       |Money: 576p                |
       |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |
       |Machop lv 18 (Fighting)    |
       |Machop lv 18 (Fighting)    |
       |Poliwhirl lv 18 (Water)    |
       \___________________________/


Sort of a mini-dungeon of sorts, the Olivine Lighthouse is filled to the brim
with trainers. The first time you come, you will not be able to use the
elevator to go to the top, so you will need to take the stairs. One downside
is that it is hard to avoid trainers, so you will need to keep your Pokemon
at top health. If needed, head back to the Pokemon Center if your HP is
getting too low.

On the fourth floor, go left and fight the lass and then go left some more to
find TM87, Swagger. Once you are ready, head outside and you will be on a 3D
ledge. On the left side is a item ball with a Rare Candy in it. Head inside
once you are ready and you will be on the third floor.

On the other side of the third floor, fight the sailor to the right and get
the Ether and continue up to the ladder, and then up the next one up to the
fifth floor. Fight the sailor and continue, and then continue to the right to
the next ladder.

On the top floor, you will meet Jasmine, the Gym leader. She made a brief
cameo in D/P/Pl as well. Like in the originals, she asks you to go to Cianwood
and get the SecretPotion for the Ampharos. Once she is done, she will open the
door and allow you to take the elevator down.

Now head to the Pokemon Center and heal up. Make sure you have a Pokemon that
can surf (If not, you can catch something with your Super Rod or can catch a
Tauros on Route 38). Once you are ready, head to Route 40.

  ____
//J025|_____________________________________________________________________\\
||                             Route 40/41                                  ||
\\__________________________________________________________________________//

         ___________
        /Trainers :|
       |___________|___________________________________________\
       |Swimmer                    |Swimmer                    |
       |Money: 320p                |Money: 352p                |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Tentacool lv 20 (Water/Poi)|Staryu lv 21 (Water)       |
       |Tentacool lv 20 (Water/Poi)|                           |
       |___________________________|___________________________|
       |Swimmer                    |Swimmer                    |
       |Money: 288p                |Money: 304p                |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Shellder lv 18 (Water)     |Staryu lv 19 (Water)       |
       |Wartortle lv 20 (Water)    |Shellder lv 19             |
       |Shellder lv 18 (Water)     |                           |
       \_______________________________________________________/


       /_____________________________________________________\
       |Pokemon        |Morning  |Day    |Night   |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Tentacool      |90%      |90%    |90%     |Surfing   |
       |Tentacruel     |10%      |10%    |10%     |Surfing   |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Fish/Surfing   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Magikarp       |95% (O), 60% (G)          |Fishing   |
       |Krabby         |5% (O), 37% (G), 67% (S)  |Fishing   |
       |Kingler        |3% (S)                    |Fishing   |
       |Corsola        |3% (G), 30% (S)           |Fishing   |
       \_____________________________________________________/


Not much to do on the land version of Route 40. There is a gatehouse that
leads to a new area later on, but you can't do anything in it right now.
Use surf and start heading south. There is not much else here to do besides
capture some Tentacool and fight trainers, so keep going south until you can
go further and head to Route 41.

+========+
|Route 41|
+========+

         ___________
        /Trainers :|
       |___________|___________________________________________\
       |Swimmer                    |Swimmer                    |
       |Money: 304p                |Money: 304p                |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Tentacool lv 16 (Water/Poi)|Shellder lv 18             |
       |Tentacool lv 16 (Water/Poi)|Tentacool lv 19 (Water/Poi)|
       |Tentacool lv 17 (Water/Poi)|Tentacruel lv 19 (Water/Poi|
       |Tentacool lv 17 (Water/Poi)|                           |
       |Remoraid lv 19 (Water)     |                           |
       |Staryu lv 19 (Water)       |                           |
       |___________________________|___________________________|
       |Swimmer                    |Swimmer                    |
       |Money: 320p                |Money: 368p                |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Goldeen lv 18 (Water)      |Krabby lv 23 (Water)       |
       |Seaking lv 20 (Water)      |                           |
       |Goldeen lv 20 (Water)      |                           |
       |___________________________|___________________________|
       |Swimmer                    |Swimmer                    |
       |Money: 368p                |Money: 320p                |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Qwilfish lv 23 (Water/Poi) |Staryu lv 20 (Water)       |
       |                           |Starmie lv 20 (Water/Psy)  |
       |___________________________|___________________________|
       |Swimmer                    |Swimmer                    |
       |Money: 368p                |Money: 352p                |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Gyarados lv 20 (Water/Fly) |Seel lv 22 (Water)         |
       |Gyarados lv 20 (Water/Fly) |                           |
       \_______________________________________________________/


       /_____________________________________________________\
       |Pokemon        |Morning  |Day    |Night   |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Tentacool      |60%      |60%    |60%     |Surfing   |
       |Tentacruel (HG)|30%      |30%    |30%     |Surfing   |
       |Tentacruel (SS)|40%      |40%    |40%     |Surfing   |
       |Mantine        |10%      |10%    |10%     |HeartGold |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Fish/Surfing   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Magikarp       |95% (O), 60% (G)          |Fishing   |
       |Tentacool      |5% (O), 30% (G)           |Fishing   |
       |Chinchou       |7% (G), 60% (S)           |Fishing   |
       |Shellder       |3% (G), 30% (S)           |Fishing   |
       |Tentacruel     |7% (S)                    |Fishing   |
       |Lanturn        |3% (S)                    |Fishing   |
       \_____________________________________________________/


When you first enter, you will see a Whirlpool. You can't do anything with it
now, so leave it alone. You can also fine Mantine and Tentacruel on this
route on rare occasions. They are usually higher level then your base Pokemon,
so you might be able to find them with a repel. Keep going west and you will
find Cianwood City.

     _____
    /J026|
   /_____| ____________________________________________________________________
  /                                                                           /
 /                      C I A N W O O D   C I T Y                            /
/___________________________________________________________________________/


       /_____________________________________________________\
       |Fish/Surfing   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Tentacool      |90%                       |Surfing   |
       |Tentacruel     |10%                       |Surfing   |
       |Magikarp       |95% (O), 60% (G)          |Fishing   |
       |Krabby         |5% (O), 37% (G), 67% (S)  |Fishing   |
       |Kingler        |3% (S)                    |Fishing   |
       |Corsola        |3% (G, day), 30% (S, Day) |Fishing   |
       |Staryu         |3% (G,night), 30%(S,night)|Fishing   |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Rock Smash     |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_______________|__________________________|__________|
       |Krabby         |90%                       |Rock Smash|
       |Shuckle        |10%                       |Rock Smash|
       \_____________________________________________________/


Cianwood Pharmacy:
/_____________________________\
|Item Name     |Price         |
|______________|______________|
|Potion        |300p          |
|Super Potion  |700p          |
|Hyper Potion  |1200p         |
|Full Heal     |600p          |
|Revive        |1500p         |
\_____________________________/

A small island town with a gym, there is not much to do at this point. You can
go to the shop that is next to the Pokemon Center and get the SecretPotion for
the Lighthouse.

You can get a Shuckle from the house to the left of the Cianwood Pharmacy for
free if you talk to the guy inside. It is carrying Berry Juice with it, a
special recover item for Pokemon. Head up north and you will find your first
sighting of Suicune and it will run off. Eusine will then come up and then
challenge you to a battle

/____________________________________________________________________________\
|Boss: Eusine                                                                |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Pokemon:                                                                    |
|Drowzee lv 25 (Psychic)                                                     |
|Haunter lv 25 (Ghost/Poison)                                                |
|Electrode lv 27 (Electric)                                                  |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Info: Consider Eustine a warm up for the Cianwood Gym. Its recommended that |
|      your Pokemon are at least lv 24 or so before fighting him. Drowzee is |
|      his biggest pain in the ass, since it has Disable and Hypnosis. Once  |
|      it does put you to sleep, he will use Dream Eater. He also has        |
|      Confusion, so be careful. Dark, bug and ghost attacks work best, so   |
|      use a Pokemon that has bite or shadow ball.                           |
|                                                                            |
|      Haunter is his second Pokemon, but is pretty wimpy. It only comes with|
|      Mean Look to lock you into battle, and Lick. Psychic and other Ghost  |
|      attacks work best against it.                                         |
|                                                                            |
|      Finally, there is Electrode. He has screech to greatly lower your     |
|      defense, and then Thunder to finish you off. He can also use Sonicboom|
|      to always hit you with 20 damage. Best Pokemon to use is a ground type|
|      with ground moves, like Onix or Gravler.                              |
\____________________________________________________________________________/

Once you beat him, he will run off. There is not much else to do after that.
There is a new cave that leads to several of the new areas of HG/SS, but you
cannot access it at this point. Once you are ready, head to the Cianwood Gym.

  ____
//J027|_____________________________________________________________________\\
||                             Cianwood Gym                                 ||
\\__________________________________________________________________________//

         ___________
        /Trainers :|
       |___________|___________________________________________\
       |Black Belt                 |Black Belt                 |
       |Money: 648p                |Money: 600p                |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Hitmonlee lv 27 (Fighting) |Machop lv 25 (Fighting)    |
       |                           |Machoke lv 25 (Fighting)   |
       |___________________________|___________________________|
       |Black Belt                 |Black Belt                 |
       |Money: 648p                |Money: 758p                |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Hitmonchan lv 27 (Fighting)|Mankey lv 23 (Fighting)    |
       |                           |Mankey lv 23 (Fighting)    |
       |                           |Primeape lv 25 (Fighting)  |
       \_______________________________________________________/

A little different then GSC, Cianwood's gym now involves a waterfall puzzle.
Chuck is in the middle, and there are two cliffs on each side. Each cliff has
a bunch of trainers you will need to fight, and sometimes they will block your
way. If they do, you might have to leave the gym so they reset. Once you get
to the top of the left side, press the switch and the water will turn off.
Talk to Chuck and he will fight you

/____________________________________________________________________________\
|Boss: Chuck                                                                 |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Pokemon:                                                                    |
|Primeape lv 29 (Fighting)                                                   |
|Poliwrath lv 31 (Water/Fighting)                                            |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Info: Even though Chuck may only have two Pokemon, they are both at a very  |
|      high level and can be a real pain in the ass if you are under-leveled.|
|      Its recommended that you are at least level 26-28 or above before you |
|      fight him.                                                            |
|                                                                            |
|      His first Pokemon is Primeape, which serves more to annoy you. It uses|
|      Leer to lower your defense, and then Double Team to make it hard to   |
|      hit you. For attacks, it can use Rock Slide against fliers to make    |
|      quick work of them, and Focus Punch to do massive damage. The trick   |
|      to Focus Punch is he needs to not be attacked before he uses it, or   |
|      else it misses and he loses his turn. If he is about to use it, use   |
|      a attack on him. Flying attacks work best, but it might be hard to    |
|      hit him with Rock Slide. Ghost attacks work well for dodging his Focus|
|      Punch move.                                                           |
|                                                                            |
|      Poliwrath, however, is his main fighter. He likes to use Hypnosis to  |
|      knock you out, and then use Surf, Body Slam, and Focus Punch to slowly|
|      whittle down your HP. Like Primeape, use a attack before he uses focus|
|      punch and you should be OK. Fortunately, you can use flying Pokemon on|
|      Poliwrath with no major issues, and ghost types work well once again. |
|                                                                            |
|      Recommended Pokemon include: Pidgeotto at lv 26 or above, Golbat with |
|      Wing Attack at lv 27 or above, Haunter at lv 25 or above, Bayleef at  |
|      lv 28 or above. Good attacks to use are Wing Attack, Thunder against  |
|      Poliwrath, Razor Leaf (Against Poliwrath).                            |
\____________________________________________________________________________/


Once you beat him, he will give you the Storm Badge (Allows you to use fly
outside of battle and TM01, Focus Punch.

When you leave the gym, Chuck's Wife will give you HM02, Fly. Once you are
ready, fly back to Olivine City.

+============+
|Olivine City|
+============+

Now that you have the SecretPotion from the Cianwood Pharmacy, head to the
lighthouse and take the elevator to the top. Give Jasmine the SecretPotion and
she will give it to the Ampharos and it will flash with light and Jasmine will
return to the gym. Take the elevator back down and head to it. Once you get
to the bottom, you will receive a phone call saying that the Safari Zone west
of Cianwood is now open.

  ____
//J028|_____________________________________________________________________\\
||                             Olivine Gym                                  ||
\\__________________________________________________________________________//

Not much to really do. You see a few trainers come up and talk to you, but in
a rare case they will not battle you. Head up to Jasmine and talk to her to
battle.

/____________________________________________________________________________\
|Boss: Jasmine                                                               |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Pokemon:                                                                    |
|Magnemite lv 30 (Steel/Electric)                                            |
|Magnemite lv 30 (Steel/Electric)                                            |
|Steelix lv 35 (Steel/Ground)                                                |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Info: Depending on your current team, Jasmine can either be the easiest or  |
|      hardest Gym Leader depending on your team. Steel Pokemon are a rather |
|      hard bunch to hit and have few weaknesses, so you need to have a plan.|
|      Fire Pokemon are its main weakness, so if you do not have one, it is  |
|      recommended that you go catch a Vulpix/Growlithe on Route 36, the     |
|      route that is south of Ecruteak. Also, you will want to have a Ground |
|      Pokemon for her two Magnemite, such as Onix or Gravler.               |
|                                                                            |
|      First up are her two Magnemite. They are identical in level and in    |
|      moves, so there is not much difference. Usually, they like to use     |
|      Supersonic to confuse you, and then Thunder Wave to paralyze. Then    |
|      she will use Thunderbolt or Sonic Boom against you. The best way to   |
|      counter this is to have a ground Pokemon, like the ones mentioned     |
|      above and have them use moves like Magnitude. Fire also works well    |
|      against her, so Quilava/Flareon/Vulpix/Growlithe are all good ones    |
|      to look at.                                                           |
|                                                                            |
|      Finally, there is her Steelix, which is her worst Pokemon. Not only   |
|      does it have high defense, but it is at a very high level at lv 35.   |
|      It usually likes to use screech to lower your defense, and then use   |
|      Sandstorm to damage any non steel/rock/ground Pokemon, and after that |
|      use Iron Tail and Rock Throw over and over. Your best bet is a fire   |
|      or water Pokemon, since his defense is too high to take advantage of  |
|      his fighting or ground weakness. Surf works extremely well, so the    |
|      starters Croconaw and Quilava are both good ones to use.              |
|                                                                            |
|      Recommended Pokemon include: Onix/Gravler at lv 30, Quilava/Vulpix/   |
|      Growlithe at lv 30, Croconaw (For Steelix) at lv 30. Any Pokemon with |
|      Magnitude for the Magnemite, and any Pokemon with Surf or fire moves  |
|      for Steelix.                                                          |
\____________________________________________________________________________/

Once you beat her, you will get the Mineral Badge, which allows you to use
Pokemon up to lv 70. She also gives you TM23, Iron Tail.

Now that you have the Mineral Badge, head back to Ecruteak and head east to
Route 42.

  ____
//J029|_____________________________________________________________________\\
||                              Route 42                                    ||
\\__________________________________________________________________________//

         ___________
        /Trainers :|
       |___________|___________________________________________\
       |Pokemaniac                 |Fisherman                  |
       |Money: 1088p               |Money: 406p                |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: Yes               |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Nidorina lv 17 (Poison)    |Qwilfish lv 19 (Water/Poi) |
       |Nidorino lv 17 (Poison)    |                           |
       |___________________________|___________________________/
       |Hiker                      |
       |Money: 554p                |
       |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |
       |Diglett lv 15 (Ground)     |
       |Geodude lv 15 (Ground)     |
       |Dugtrio lv 17 (Ground)     |
       \___________________________/


       /_____________________________________________________\
       |Pokemon        |Morning  |Day    |Night   |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Spearow (HG)   |30%      |30%    |30%     |Normal    |
       |Spearow (SS)   |40%      |40%    |-       |Normal    |
       |Mankey         |30%      |30%    |30%     |HeartGold |
       |Mareep (HG)    |30%      |30%    |30%     |Normal    |
       |Mareep (SS)    |50%      |50%    |50%     |Normal    |
       |Flaaffy        |10%      |10%    |10%     |Normal    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Fish/Surfing   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Goldeen        |90%                       |Surfing   |
       |Seaking        |10%                       |Surfing   |
       |Magikarp       |95% (O), 60% (G), 7% (S)  |Fishing   |
       |Goldeen        |5% (O), 40% (S), 90% (S)  |Fishing   |
       |Seaking        |3% (S)                    |Fishing   |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Tree Headbutt  |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_______________|__________________________|__________|
       |Aipom          |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Spearow        |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Heracross      |                          |Headbutt  |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |National Dex   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Whismur        |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Linoone        |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Bidoof         |                          |S. Radio  |
       |Buizel         |                          |S. Radio  |
       \_____________________________________________________/


Like before, there is not too much you can do at the moment in Mt. Mortar,
so lets skip it for now. Your real goal is to swim east over to the other
side. Once you swim over to the middle isle, you will see a tree that can
be cut down, some Apricorns, and Suicune. As soon as you cut it down, Suicune
will escape and Eustine will come talk to you and leave. Once you are ready,
keep swimming east and you will find some grass and a few trainers. There
are a few new things you can capture, such as Spearow in all versions and
Mankey in HeartGold. Keep going east and you will eventually reach Mahogany
Town.

     _____
    /J030|
   /_____| ____________________________________________________________________
  /                                                                           /
 /                     M A H O G A N Y   T O W N                             /
/___________________________________________________________________________/

Mahogany Shop:
/_____________________________\
|Item Name     |Price         |
|______________|______________|
|Great Ball    |600p          |
|Super Potion  |700p          |
|Hyper Potion  |1,200p        |
|Antidote      |100p          |
|Paralyz Heal  |200p          |
|Super Potion  |500p          |
|Revive        |1,500p        |
|Air Mail      |50p           |
\_____________________________/

* Note that you can only buy the above once you clear the Goldenrod Radio
  Tower later in the game.

A rather small Town, there is not much you can do at this point. The strange
shop above the gym is selling TinyMushrooms for 500p, Pokeballs for 200p, and
Potions for 300p. Considering how far you are, most of those items are fairly
low level. Also notice the weird tree to the right of the shop, that becomes
important later.

You also cannot enter the gym at this point, so leave that alone for now. If
you try to leave east, a man will offer to sell you a RageCandyBar for 300p.
The main difference is instead of being a item that restores health, it is
now a key item that you use much later in the game. You won't be able to go
east for some time, so the only way to go is North to route 43.


  ____
//J031|_____________________________________________________________________\\
||                              Route 43                                    ||
\\__________________________________________________________________________//

         ___________
        /Trainers :|
       |___________|___________________________________________\
       |Camper                     |Piknicker                  |
       |Money: 1200p               |Money: 336p                |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: Yes               |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Sandshrew lv 18 (Ground)   |Clefairy lv 21 (Normal)    |
       |Zubat lv 20 (Flying/Poison)|                           |
       |Sandslash lv 20 (Ground)   |                           |
       |___________________________|___________________________|
       |Pokemaniac                 |Pokemaniac                 |
       |Money: 336p                |Money: 1280p               |
       |Phone #: Yes               |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Nidorina lv 20 (Poison)    |Slowbro lv 20 (Water/Psy)  |
       |Nidorino lv 23 (Poison)    |                           |
       |___________________________|___________________________/
       |Pokemaniac                 |
       |Money: 1280p               |
       |Phone #:                   |
       |===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |
       |Nidoking lv 20 (Poison/Gro)|
       \___________________________/


       /_____________________________________________________\
       |Pokemon        |Morning  |Day    |Night   |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Girafarig      |30%      |30%    |30%     |Normal    |
       |Pidgeotto      |25%      |20%    |-       |Normal    |
       |Flaaffy        |30%      |40%    |30%     |Normal    |
       |Mareep         |10%      |10%    |5%      |Normal    |
       |Noctowl        |-        |-      |20%     |Normal    |
       |Venonat        |5%       |-      |5%      |Normal    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Fish/Surfing   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Magikarp       |100%                      |Surfing   |
       |Magikarp       |95% (O), 60% (G), 7% (S)  |Fishing   |
       |Poliwag        |5% (O), 40% (G), 93%, (S) |Fishing   |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Tree Headbutt  |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_______________|__________________________|__________|
       |Hoothoot       |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Venonat        |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Exeggcute      |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Pineco         |                          |Headbutt  |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |National Dex   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Whismur        |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Linoone        |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Buizel         |                          |S. Radio  |
       |Bidoof         |                          |S. Radio  |
       \_____________________________________________________/

A rather long route. You can either go through the tall grass at the
beginning, or be forced to pay a 1000p toll if you go through the gatehouse.
This is a good place for EXP, not only from the massive amount of trainers
here, but the wild Pokemon. You can now capture a Girafarig, a normal/psychic
Hybrid that has resistance to ghost attacks, and Venonat, a Bug/Poison
Pokemon.

Keep going north until you hit the Lake of Rage.

  ____
//J032|_____________________________________________________________________\\
||                          Lake of Rage                                    ||
\\__________________________________________________________________________//


       /_____________________________________________________\
       |Fish/Surfing   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Magikarp       |90%      |90%    |90%     |Surfing   |
       |Gyarados       |10%      |10%    |10%     |Surfing   |
       |Magikarp       |100% (O), 97% (G), 90% (S)|Fishing   |
       |Gyarados       |3% (G), 10% (S)           |Fishing   |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Tree Headbutt  |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_______________|__________________________|__________|
       |Hoothoot       |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Venonat        |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Exeggcute      |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Pineco         |                          |Headbutt  |
       \_____________________________________________________/

When you get to the Lake of Rage, you will find that it is raining rather
hard, and there are several people at the shore looking out towards the lake.
You will then see a moving Red Gyarados in the water. Use surf and head to
where it is at and battle it.

The Red Gyarados is unique, since it is one of the few encounters that will
always be Shiny. It is at a rather respectable lv 30 and will use its special
Intimidate ability when you first encounter it. It knows Leer, Twister, and
Dragon Rage, so be careful. You will want to bring some Great Balls, and want
to lower it as low as possible. Even though it is raining, be careful about
using Thunder, since it can knock it out almost immediately due to its dual
Water/Flying types.

Once you do beat the Red Gyarados, you will get the Red Scale, a item you
can trade with Mr. Pokemon north of Cherrygrove for a EXP Share. Head back to
shore and you will see a familiar man with a Dragonite looking at a sign. He
is Lance, the Elite Four member from Red/Blue/Yellow/FireRed/LeafGreen. He
will mention that the Magikarp of this lake were forced to evolve, and there
should be something in Mahogany that is causing it. He will then fly off
toward the weird shop in Mahogany. You can either follow him, or make a quick
stop at Cherrygrove and get the EXP Share, since it will be useful for
the battles ahead.

Head back to Mahogany and head to the shop. You will see Lance tearing the
place apart looking for the entrance switch. He will then find it under the
big statue. Once you are ready, head under to the Rockets Hideout.

  ____
//J033|_____________________________________________________________________\\
||                           Rocket Hideout                                 ||
\\__________________________________________________________________________//

______
|B1  |
______________________________________________________________________________

One thing you will notice as soon as you enter is the giant Persian statues
on the walls. You have no choice but to walk in front of the first one,
which triggers two rocket grunts. The first one has a lv 17 Drowsee and the
Second will have a lv 16 Zubat and a Rattata at lv 18. There are a bunch more
on this floor and each will activate a Rocket Grunts. You can turn them off,
however. Follow the path west a little bit until you can go down, and then
head down until you find a scientist near a PC. Battle him (He has three lv
20 Magnemite), and Press A on the PC he was near to turn off the statues.

There are two possible paths to the stairs going down: you can either go east
and then down and then right to find a teleporter (Teleporter sends you back
to the beginning), and the stairs going down. The second way is to re-trace
your steps back to where the Persian statues are, and then go west until you
find a Rocket Grunt. Beat the grunt and then go down. You will then notice
a interesting new trap: Various wild Pokemon now appear on certain floors.
You can find either Voltorb, Geodude, or Koffing. You can either run, beat
them, or capture them.

Once you are on the other side of the traps, you will find the same teleport
and stairs mentioned earlier. Go down to B2.
______________________________________________________________________________


______
|B2  |
______________________________________________________________________________

When you head downstairs, you will find Lance who will then heal your Pokemon.
There is not much you can do on this floor for now: The door to the generator
is shut for now, and there are a few grunts on this floor. Keep going right
until you find the stairs for B3.
______________________________________________________________________________


______
|B3  |
______________________________________________________________________________

When you first enter B3, Lance will just get done interrogating a Rocket
Grunt, who gives him the first part of the password for a door that is needed
later on. You will need to find the second code, which is on the same floor.
In the big computer room in the center, fight the female rocket grunt (She has
a lv 18 Ekans and a lv 18 Gloom). When you beat her, she will give you the
second code

Before continuing, lets get some of the items in this room. There is a item
ball on the left side of the center room that has TM 49 (Snatch). The
right side of the center room has a Full Heal. Going to the lower left corner
of the room has a scientist and a rocket grunt as well as a X Special and
Protein.

Once you are ready, go to the upper right corner to find the staircase going
up a alternate route on B2.
______________________________________________________________________________


________________
|B2 Alt Route  |
______________________________________________________________________________

For now, keep going left and you will eventually have to fight a rocket grunt.
He has a 3 lv 17 Rattata. Head down the stairs to end up on a alternate part
of B3. There is another staircase further down that leads to a room with TM46.

Once you are ready, head east toward the door. When you get close, your Rival
will appear and mention that he battled with Lance and lost pretty badly. He
then runs off without fighting you. If your rival did not come up to you, that
means that you do not have both codes.

Once you are ready, press A on the door and it will open. The man inside
presents himself as Giovanni, but in reality he is Petrel, a Team Rocket
Executive. He will then fight you

/____________________________________________________________________________\
|Boss: Team Rocket Executive Petrel                                          |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Pokemon:                                                                    |
|Zubat lv 22 (Poison/Flying)                                                 |
|Koffing lv 22 (Poison)                                                      |
|Raticate lv 24 (Normal)                                                     |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Info: Petrel is only slightly more tougher then your average Rocket Grunt,  |
|      so he should not be too much of a problem. His Zubat has Astonish,    |
|      Bite, Wing Attack, and Confuse Ray, so use a Pokemon with Thunder or  |
|      Ice attacks against him (If you got Blizzard from the Goldenrod       |
|      Department Store, that works well). Psychic Pokemon might want to be  |
|      careful because of Astonish and Bite.                                 |
|                                                                            |
|      His Koffing can be annoying, since it has Smog, Smokescreen, Assurance|
|      and Selfdestruct. Assurance can be very powerful if your Pokemon is   |
|      too fast, since it does double damage if Koffing was attacked that    |
|      turn. It likes to use Selfdestruct when it gets close to dying, so    |
|      finish it off quickly. Its levitate means that ground type attacks do |
|      not work well on it, so Psychic moves are the best.                   |
|                                                                            |
|      Finally, there is Raticate. It has Hyper Fang, Sucker Punch, Scary    |
|      Face, and Crunch. Hyper Fang can be deadly against lower level Pokemon|
|      so be careful. Fighting moves work best, although be careful about    |
|      using Ghost Pokemon, since Crunch and Sucker Punch are both dark type |
|      moves.                                                                |
\____________________________________________________________________________/

Once you beat him, he will run off, and his Murkrow will talk to you and then
run off as well. You now have to tail the Murkrow back to the door on B3 that
was locked earlier. Once you do, it will say the password and then run off.

As soon as you do this, Rocket Admin Arianna and a Grunt will show up to
challenge you, but Lance will show up as well and aid you in a double battle.

/____________________________________________________________________________\
|Boss: Rocket Executive Arianna and Rocket Grunt                             |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Pokemon:                                                                    |
|Arbok lv 25 (Poison)                                                        |
|Gloom lv 25 (Poison/Grass)                                                  |
|Murkrow lv 27 (Dark/Flying)                                                 |
|Drowzee lv 18 (Psychic)                                                     |
|Grimer lv 20 (Poison)                                                       |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Info: A rather interesting battle. Arianna has rather high level Pokemon,   |
|      but Lance is about twice as strong as you currently are, having a lv  |
|      40 Dragonite that can wipe out most of Arianna's and the Grunt's      |
|      teams. For the most part, you can just sit back and let Lance do most |
|      of the work while you get the EXP. Only downside is the Dragonite     |
|      likes to use Fly most of the time, so it takes two turns to use. It   |
|      will also occasionally use Thunder as well.                           |
|                                                                            |
|      As for the Pokemon, her Arbok has Glare, Crunch, Wrap and Poison      |
|      Sting. The only one that might cause trouble is Glare, which paralyzes|
|      you. Gloom has Sweet Scent, Mega Drain, Acid, and Sleep Powder, so it |
|      likes to put you to sleep most of the time. Murkow has Night Shade,   |
|      Wing Attack, Astonish and Pursuit. A good ground Pokemon like Gravler |
|      or Onix can take out Arbok and Gloom (Although be careful of Gloom    |
|      and her grass moves). A flyer can also work well on Gloom as well.    |
|      Murkrow can be taken out with electric or ice attacks.                |
|                                                                            |
|      As for the grunt, he is more for support. His Drowsee has Disable,    |
|      Confusion, Headbutt, and Poison Gas, while his Grimer has Mud-Slap,   |
|      Disable, Minimize, and Sludge. They like to use Disable a lot, so     |
|      don't be surprised if you have to use other moves most of the time.   |
|      Sludge and Poison Gas also Poison, so be careful of that.             |
\____________________________________________________________________________/

After you beat them, Arianna and the rest of the grunts then abandon the base.
Lance then tells you that you have to destroy the generator by knocking out
the Electrode that are powering it.

The Electrode are all at lv 23, and can either be knocked out or caught. If
you run from battle, they will still be there. Once you knock out or capture
them, Lance will thank you and give you HM05, Whirlpool, as a reward. He will
then mention his battle with your Rival, and then walk off.

Once you head outside, you will see that the weird tree has been damages and
now shows the remains of a broken Transmitter. Head to the Pokemon Center and
heal, and then head to the gym.

  ____
//J034|_____________________________________________________________________\\
||                            Mahogany Gym                                  ||
\\__________________________________________________________________________//

         ___________
        /Trainers :|
       |___________|___________________________________________\
       |Skier                      |Boarder                    |
       |Money: 928p                |Money: 864p                |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Jynx lv 29 (Ice/Psychic)   |Swinub lv 27 (Ice/Ground)  |
       |                           |Swinub lv 27 (Ice/Ground)  |
       |___________________________|___________________________|
       |Boarder                    |Boarder                    |
       |Money: 534p                |Money: 800p                |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Seel lv 25 (Water)         |Shellder lv 25 (Water)     |
       |Seel lv 25 (Water)         |Seel lv 25 (Water)         |
       |Seel lv 25 (Water)         |Cloyster lv 26 (Water/Ice) |
       |___________________________|___________________________/
       |Skier                      |
       |Money: 928p                |
       |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |
       |Dewgong lv 29 (Water/Ice)  |
       \___________________________/

While similar to his old Gym, Pryce's layout is now sectioned off into three
different rooms. Fortunately, it is not as hard as the Snowpoint Gym, so you
should not have as much trouble against him.

Anywho, as far as the puzzles go, it involves sliding ice. Similar to the
Snowpoint gym in that you have to slide in a particular direction to get to
your destination. The trick is the ice blocks, which you usually have to press
together to make it solid enough to hold you. For your convenience, here is
the solutions for each room

Room 1:
-Go up on the ice and slide until the ice block slides up against the second
 one. From there, go left, up, and then right and then head up and go through
 the door.

Room 2:
-There are two trainers, you have to fight the one on the left to continue,
 but you can avoid the right one as long as you do not mess up the puzzle.
 Go to the left, fight the trainer, and then line yourself up with the ice
 block and slide into it. Once you are stopped, go up and through the door.

-In the third room, go to the left and fight the trainer and then line
 yourself up with the ice block and slide into it. Go up, fight the trainer,
 then go right, left, up, right, up, right, up and fight the trainer, left,
 and then up.

/____________________________________________________________________________\
|Boss: Pryce                                                                 |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Pokemon:                                                                    |
|Seel lv 30 (Water)                                                          |
|Dewgong lv 32 (Water/Ice)                                                   |
|Piloswine lv 34 (Ice/Ground)                                                |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Info: Pryce has not changed much from his GSC days, only being about 3      |
|      higher then his old team. His moves have not changed much either,     |
|      although his Pokemon no longer all have Icy Wind as a main attack.    |
|                                                                            |
|      Anywho, his Seel has Icy Wind, Rest, Snore, and Hail. Icy Wind lowers |
|      your speed each time it hits, so be careful not to have it lowered too|
|      much. He will use Rest when Seel gets low on HP, and then Snore to    |
|      damage you while sleeping. Snore also has a high chance of flinching, |
|      so be careful. Hail lasts several turns and hits any Pokemon that is  |
|      not a Ice type Pokemon, so it will hit Seel as well. Electric Pokemon |
|      work best here.                                                       |
|                                                                            |
|      Dewgong is similar to Seel, but has much stronger moves. it has Rest, |
|      Sleep Talk, Aurora Beam, and Ice Shard. Auora Beam and Ice Shard are  |
|      both strong Ice Type attacks, while Sleep Talk allows it to use one   |
|      of those two moves while the user is asleep. Once again, Electric     |
|      attacks work well against Pryce, but Fighting can also cause some     |
|      serious damage.                                                       |
|                                                                            |
|      Finally, there is Piloswine, the powerhouse of his team. It is holding|
|      a Sitrus Berry, which will restore 25% of its HP when it gets low.    |
|      Its moves include Blizzard, Ice Fang, Mud Bomb, and Hail. All are very|
|      powerful moves, and can be hard to take down if your Pokemon are      |
|      underleveled. Piloswine is weak to fighting, steel, fire, water, and  |
|      grass moves, so moves such as Surf, Mega Drain, Iron Tail, any        |
|      fighting moves, and Fire Blast are all good ones. Be careful about    |
|      using Fire and Grass types, since they are weak to his attack.        |
|                                                                            |
|      It is recommended that your Pokemon are at least lv 30 and that some  |
|      of them know Thunder, Surf, and fighting moves.                       |
\____________________________________________________________________________/

Once you beat Pryce he will give Glacier Badge and TM07 (Hail). You can also
use Whirlpool outside of battle now, so the HM Lance gave you earlier will
work.

Once you head outside, you will get a phone call saying Goldenrod has been
taken over. Go to the Pokemon Center and heal, and then fly over there.

  ____
//J035|_____________________________________________________________________\\
||                            Radio Tower                                   ||
\\__________________________________________________________________________//


When you get to Goldenrod, you will find that most of the places are sealed
off by Rocket Grunts, and if you try to go to the Radio Tower one of the
Rocket Grunts will be blocking the stairs. In order to get to the upper
floors of the Radio Tower, you will need to dress like a Grunt. Head to the
underground from the Game Corner and go right, and you will find a Rocket
that will dress you up in a uniform.

Head back to the Radio Tower and talk to the grunt that is near the stairs.
He will then move, but your rival will come and reveal who you really are.
After that, the grunt will fight you: He has two lv 24 Raticates, so it
should be pretty easy. Once you beat him, the grunt will run upstairs and
your rival will run off. Make sure your Pokemon are all healed up and then
head up the Radio Tower.

______
|2F  |
______________________________________________________________________________

You will find a bunch of rocket grunts here. If you are still underleveled,
then you may want to fight them. Otherwise, continue on to the third floor

______________________________________________________________________________


______
|3F  |
______________________________________________________________________________

Several more grunts to fight for EXP. If you go to the right, you will find
a set of shutters that does now allow you to continue up. Instead, go up the
stairs on the right to the 4th Floor.

______________________________________________________________________________

______
|4F  |
______________________________________________________________________________

Not much to do on this Floor as well. There is a female Rocket grunt looking
out the window at Executive Proton, but that is about it. You can fight
her for the EXP, although it is not required. Once you are ready, head up the
stairs on the left side of the room.

______________________________________________________________________________


______
|5F  |
______________________________________________________________________________
On the 5th Floor, you will find a man that looks like the Radio Tower Manager,
but in reality he is Petrel, the same man who dressed up earlier as Giovanni.
Save before you talk to him, since he will fight you.

/____________________________________________________________________________\
|Boss: Rocket Executive Petrel                                               |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Pokemon:                                                                    |
|Koffing lv 30 (Poison)                                                      |
|Koffing lv 30 (Poison)                                                      |
|Koffing lv 30 (Poison)                                                      |
|Koffing lv 30 (Poison)                                                      |
|Koffing lv 30 (Poison)                                                      |
|Weezing lv 32 (Poison)                                                      |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Info: Possible one of the few times in the game where you will face a full  |
|      6 Pokemon, Petrel can be seen as a benchmark of sorts. All his Koffing|
|      have Sludge, Smokescreen, and Selfdestruct for when your HP gets low. |
|      Best way to take them out is to use a Psychic move, such as Confusion |
|      or Psybeam, or even Psychic if you have it. Weezing is similar to the |
|      Koffing, but a little tougher. Watch out if any of the Koffing use    |
|      selfdestruct, since it will greatly damage your Pokemon. You may want |
|      to bring a few potions and revives just in case.                      |
\____________________________________________________________________________/

Once you beat Petrel, he will give you the Basement Key for the area of the
underground that is locked. Head back to the bottom of the Radio Tower, heal
your Pokemon, and head to the underground. When you head right, you will
find one of the Kimono sisters and she will talk to you. After she leaves,
keep going right and use the Basement Key on the shutters to open it.


  ____
//J036|_____________________________________________________________________\\
||                        Underground Basement                              ||
\\__________________________________________________________________________//


When you first enter the area, you will see several team rocket grunts. Try
to go to the left, however, and your Rival will show up and fight you.

/____________________________________________________________________________\
|Boss: Rival                                                                 |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Pokemon:                                                                    |
|Haunter lv 32 (Ghost/Poison)                                                |
|Golbat lv 32 (Flying/Poison)                                                |
|Magnemite lv 30 (Electric/Steel)                                            |
|Sneasel lv 34 (Dark/Ice)                                                    |
|Quilava lv 34 (Fire) *If you choose Chikorita                               |
|Bayleef lv 34 (Grass) *If you choose Totodile                               |
|Feraligatr lv 34 (Water) *If you choose Cyndaquil                           |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Info: Its been awhile since you last fought your rival, so this might be a  |
|      good chance to test your skills. His Pokemon are 30-34, so your       |
|      should be around or above that range, lowest you should have is lv 28.|
|      Interesting enough though, he will have a Feraligatr if you have      |
|      chosen a Quilava, whereas choosing anything else will only have him   |
|      using the first evolution of his starter and not the final one.       |
|                                                                            |
|      First up is Haunter, which has Curse, Mean Look, Confuse Ray, and     |
|      Shadow Ball. Similar to Morty's you will want to switch out if he     |
|      uses Curse, although it might be hard if you use Mean Look. Confuse   |
|      Ray can be a gigantic pain in the ass, and Shadow Ball is always a    |
|      tough move against your Pokemon. Normal Pokemon with Psychic or       |
|      Ghost moves work well, as well as dark attacks such as bite.          |
|                                                                            |
|      Second is Golbat, who has Air Cutter, Confuse Ray, Bite, and Astonish.|
|      It has flying, dark, and ghost attacks, so be careful of using grass  |
|      psychic, ghost, or fighting Pokemon. Psychic or rock moves take it    |
|      down real quick.                                                      |
|                                                                            |
|      Magnemite is his lowest level Pokemon, and it has Spark, Supersonic,  |
|      Sonicboom, and Thunderwave. Similar to his other two Pokemon, he can  |
|      confuse you with Supersonic. SonicBoom always does 20 damage, and     |
|      Spark is a electric move. Fire, ground, and fighting attacks are super|
|      effective against it.                                                 |
|                                                                            |
|      Sneasel is his newest Pokemon, one you might have found out about     |
|      earlier if you got the Shuckle from the man in Cianwood. Its attacks  |
|      include Faint Attack, Quick Attack, Fury Swipes, and Icy Wind. All of |
|      the attacks are Psychical attacks, so a Pokemon with high defense will|
|      work fine. Icy Wind is a special attack, but it will not do as much   |
|      because of Sneasel's low special attack.                              |
|                                                                            |
|      Finally, there is his starters. Quilava goes down with ground and     |
|      water attacks like surf, Bayleef goes down with Ice, fire, and flying |
|      moves, and Feraligatr goes down with electric and grass attacks.      |
\____________________________________________________________________________/

After you beat your rival, he will mention Lance and then leaves. Anywho, now
that you have taken care of your rival there are two grunts in the room that
you have to beat. After that, go down and then left, and then in the lower
left corner you will find a item ball with a Smoke Ball item (If you attach it
to one of your Pokemon, it allows you to escape from wild battles easier).
There is also a few bandits in this area, usually with more fire Pokemon like
Growlithe and Poison Pokemon like Koffing.

Your main goal for this room is to get to the center switch room. There are
three levers on the north wall: A red switch, a green switch, and a blue
switch. In order to get to the next area, you will need to press the Red
switch first, then the blue one, and then the green. Once you have done all of
that, head to the right shutter and then go down. When you are near the door,
you will face a Rocket Grunt with two Glooms. Beat her and continue through
the door.

In the next room, you will find that the path is rather straightforward. Along
the way, you will find a Ultra Ball, Max Ether, and TM82 (Sleep Talk) in
itemballs. Once you get to the end of the path and fight all the Rocket
Grunts, you will find the real Radio Tower Manager. Talk to him and he will
give you a Keycard to the closed shutter on the 3rd Floor of the Radio Tower.

Head up the stairs on your right and you will find a item ball with a Amulet
Coin, a item that will double your money earned when you attach it to one of
your Pokemon and that Pokemon fights. You will find that there are several
Machoke and boxes blocking your way to several of the other items, so take
the elevator up to the first floor of the Goldenrod Department Store. Heal
your Pokemon at the Pokemon Center, and go back to the Radio Tower.

  ____
//J037|_____________________________________________________________________\\
||                           Radio Tower Redux                              ||
\\__________________________________________________________________________//

Now that you are back in the Radio Tower, head back to the 3rd Floor. If you
have not, fight any grunts you have not fought yet for the EXP, since you will
need all the levels you can get. Open the shutters on the third floor and
fight the rocket that is guarding the stairs. Head up and you will find
Executive Proton, ready to fight you again.

/____________________________________________________________________________\
|Boss: Rocket Executive Proton                                               |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Pokemon:                                                                    |
|Golbat lv 28 (Poison/Flying)                                                |
|Weezing lv 33 (Poison)                                                      |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Info: If you had no trouble against your rival and Petrel, then Proton will |
|      be a cakewalk. Golbat has Wing Attack, Confuse Ray, Leech Life, and   |
|      Bite, all very standard for a Golbat. Weezing has Sludge, Double Hit, |
|      Smokescreen and Smog. Both are very weak against psychic attacks, so  |
|      Psybeam or Confusion work well. Golbat is also weak against Ice and   |
|      Rock moves.                                                           |
\____________________________________________________________________________/

Once you do beat him, there is a item ball with a Ultra Ball that is right
next to him. Head up the stairs and you will find Arianna, who will also have
a rematch with you.

/____________________________________________________________________________\
|Boss: Rocket Executive Arianna                                              |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Pokemon:                                                                    |
|Arbok lv 32 (Poison)                                                        |
|Vileplume lv 32 (Grass/Poison)                                              |
|Murkrow lv 32 (Dark/Flying)                                                 |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Info: This will be the first and last time you face Arianna outside of a    |
|      double battle, so it will be a interesting one. Her Pokemon have      |
|      leveled up about 5-7 levels since the Mahogany Town Rocket Hideout, so|
|      yours should be around lv 30 or so.                                   |
|                                                                            |
|      First, her Arbok has Glare, Crunch, Wrap, and Poison Sting. All are   |
|      fairly weak attacks, although glare can be annoying since it paralyzes|
|      you. Psychic and Ground attacks will knock it out quickly.            |
|                                                                            |
|      Next up is Vileplume, her strongest Pokemon. It has Sweet Scent, Acid,|
|      Mega Drain, and Sleep Powder. Sweet Scent makes it so your Pokemon    |
|      are easier to it, and Sleep Powder is a annoying move that puts your  |
|      Pokemon to sleep for a few turns (Unless you are still Paralyzed from |
|      Arbok). Mega Drain is her strongest attack, and will recover some of  |
|      her HP. Flying, Psychic, Fire, and Ice moves are all the best ones    |
|      to use.                                                               |
|                                                                            |
|      Finally, there is Murkrow. It has Night Shade, Wing Attack, Astonish, |
|      and Pursuit. Nothing special here, ice, electric, and rock moves are  |
|      all very effective against it.                                        |
\____________________________________________________________________________/


If your Pokemon are low on health, you might want to head back to the Pokemon
Center real quick and heal up. Once you are ready, take the elevator up to the
top floor of the Radio Tower. Head around to the north side to find a guy
standing there. His name is Archer and he is the current leader of Team
Rocket. After talking to him and learning his true motives for attacking the
radio tower, he will fight you.


/____________________________________________________________________________\
|Boss: Rocket Executive Archer                                               |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Pokemon:                                                                    |
|Houndour lv 35 (Dark/Fire)                                                  |
|Koffing lv 35 (Poison)                                                      |
|Houndoom lv 38 (Dark/Fire)                                                  |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Info: The new Big Boss of Team Rocket, this is also the first and last time |
|      you will fight Archer. His team is lv 35-38, so you will want your    |
|      Pokemon to be no lower then 33 or so. Unlike the other few executives,|
|      his Pokemon have a few more powerful attacks then normal, so it will  |
|      be a little different.                                                |
|                                                                            |
|      His Houndour has Faint Attack, Fire Fang, Crunch, and Roar. Fire Fang |
|      and Crunch are both very powerful moves, so make sure your Pokemon has|
|      a high defense. Roar can drag out another Pokemon, so switch them out |
|      if he drags out a Pokemon with low defense or a psychic/ghost/grass/  |
|      ice Pokemon. Houndour is weak against Fighting, Ground, Rock, and     |
|      Water attacks, so moves like Rock Throw, Magnitude, and Surf are all  |
|      good ones to use.                                                     |
|                                                                            |
|      Next up is Koffing. It has Sludge, Smokescreen, Tackle, and Haze. Haze|
|      is the only unique move that resets any positive or negative status   |
|      increases or decreases you or Koffing might have gained. This acts as |
|      sort of a double edged sword, since any uses of Smokescreen can be    |
|      negated because of this. Otherwise, use the same strategy you have    |
|      used against Koffing in the past.                                     |
|                                                                            |
|      Finally, there is Houndour, which while being a more powerful and     |
|      higher level version of Houndour, actually has worse attacks. It has  |
|      Faint Attack, Fire Fang, Bite, and Smog. Take it out with the same    |
|      moves you used against Houndour.                                      |
\____________________________________________________________________________/

Once you beat him, he will disband team rocket once more and all the grunts
will leave the Radio Tower. The manager of the radio tower will come in and
thank you and give you the Rainbow or Silver Wing, depending on what version
you have.

There are a couple of things you can do while you are in the Radio Tower. If
you talk to the woman that was near the closed shutters on the 3rd floor, she
will give you TM11 (Sunny Day). If you head up on the 4th Floor where the
Radio Booth is and talk to DJ Mary, she will give you the Brightpowder hold
item. Also, you can get the Blue Card for the Radio Show Quiz on the second
floor from the girl at the radio booth.

Anywho, even though you have the Rainbow or Silver Wing, you cannot get Lugia
or Ho-Oh yet, not until you beat the last gym leader. Fly back to Mahogany
Town and you will find that things have, for the most part, gone back to
normal. The shop where the Rocket Hideout was is now selling normal items, and
you can now head East onto Route 44.

  ____
//J038|_____________________________________________________________________\\
||                             Route 44                                     ||
\\__________________________________________________________________________//

         ___________
        /Trainers :|
       |___________|___________________________________________\
       |Psychic                    |Cool Trainer               |
       |Money:                     |Money:                     |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Natu lv 27 (Psychic/Flying)|Mareep lv 29 (Electric)    |
       |Kadabra lv 29 (Psychic)    |Bellossom lv 29 (Grass)    |
       |___________________________|___________________________|
       |Fisher                     |Cool Trainer               |
       |Money:                     |Money:                     |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Remoraid lv 28 (Water)     |Charmeleon lv 29 (Fire)    |
       |Remoraid lv 28 (Water)     |Magnemite lv 29 (Ele/Steel)|
       |___________________________|___________________________|
       |Fisher                     |Pokemaniac                 |
       |Money:                     |Money:                     |
       |Phone #: Yes               |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Goldeen lv 26 (Water)      |Rhyhorn lv 30 (Rock/Ground)|
       |Goldeen lv 26 (Water)      |                           |
       |Goldeen lv 26 (Water)      |                           |
       |___________________________|___________________________/
       |Bird Keeper                |
       |Money:                     |
       |Phone #: Yes               |
       |===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |
       |Hoothoot lv 28 (Nor/Flying)|
       |Pidgeotto lv 28 (Nor/Fly)  |
       \___________________________/


       /_____________________________________________________\
       |Pokemon        |Morning  |Day    |Night   |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Bellsprout     |20%      |20%    |20%     |Normal    |
       |Weepinbell     |35%      |35%    |35%     |Normal    |
       |Tangela        |30%      |30%    |30%     |Normal    |
       |Lickitung      |15%      |15%    |15%     |Normal    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Fish/Surfing   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Magikarp       |95% (O), 60% (G), 7% (S)  |Fishing   |
       |Poliwag        |5% (O), 38% (G), 90%, (S) |Fishing   |
       |Remoraid       |2% (G), 3% (S)            |Fishing   |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Tree Headbutt  |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_______________|__________________________|__________|
       |Aipom          |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Spearow        |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Heracross      |                          |Headbutt  |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |National Dex   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Remoraid       |                          |Swarm     |
       |Whismur        |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Linoone        |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Buizel         |                          |S. Radio  |
       |Bidoof         |                          |S. Radio  |
       \_____________________________________________________/

There is a bunch of trainers on this route, all good for EXP. You will also
notice that there is not as much grass on this route, so it might be hard
to find some of the Pokemon listed above. There are two paths on this route:
A upper route and a lower route. The lower route has more trainer, while the
upper has less. Head east and then head up the stairs to the Ice Path.

  ____
//J039|_____________________________________________________________________\\
||                              Ice Path                                    ||
\\__________________________________________________________________________//

        1F:
       /_____________________________________________________\
       |Pokemon        |Morning  |Day    |Night   |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Swinub         |40%      |40%    |40%     |Normal    |
       |Jynx           |5%       |10%    |5%      |Normal    |
       |Zubat (HG)     |15%      |10%    |15%     |Normal    |
       |Zubat (SS)     |5%       |-      |5%      |Normal    |
       |Delibird       |20%      |20%    |20%     |Normal    |
       |Golbat         |30%      |30%    |30%     |Normal    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |National Dex   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Absol          |                          |H. Sound  |
       |Makuhita       |                          |H. Sound  |
       |Bronzor        |                          |S. Sound  |
       |Chingling      |                          |S. Sound  |
       \_____________________________________________________/

Similar to Pryce's Gym, but is a little straightforward for the first few ice
parts. When you get to the big ice puzzle, go these directions:

- Up, left, up, left, down, left, up, right.

Once you are past that puzzle, you will find another ice puzzle you must
go through. This time, it is for HM07, Waterfall. To get through that puzzle,
the solution is:

- Right, down, left, up, left, down, left, up, right

Once you are done, head up the stairs and to the right to find a ladder
leading down.


______
|B1  |
______________________________________________________________________________


        B1:
       /_____________________________________________________\
       |Pokemon        |Morning  |Day    |Night   |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Swinub         |40%      |40%    |40%     |Normal    |
       |Jynx           |5%       |10%    |5%      |Normal    |
       |Zubat (HG)     |15%      |10%    |15%     |Normal    |
       |Zubat (SS)     |5%       |-      |5%      |Normal    |
       |Delibird       |20%      |20%    |20%     |Normal    |
       |Golbat         |30%      |30%    |30%     |Normal    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |National Dex   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Absol          |                          |H. Sound  |
       |Makuhita       |                          |H. Sound  |
       |Bronzor        |                          |S. Sound  |
       |Chingling      |                          |S. Sound  |
       \_____________________________________________________/

Second room has a boulder puzzle. Going counterclockwise:

- First boulder you press up until you cannot press it anymore, and then go
  around right until you are on top of the boulder and press it to the right
  and then down into the hole.

- Second hole should have it down one, and then over left until it is near
  the hole and then go above it and press down and then right into the hole.

- Third hole, you go to the right and find a boulder above a small ice path
  and push it to the left and then down until you cannot press it anymore,
  and then press it right, and then down three times, and then go around it
  and press it up once, and then press it left until it goes into the hole.

- Fourth Hole, you press the boulder up twice, and then right once, and then
  up twice, then you go around on the other side and you press it to the right
  twice then head around and press it up, and then to the left until it is in
  the hole.


After that, go down the ladder near the last hole to B2.
______________________________________________________________________________


______
|B2  |
______________________________________________________________________________


        B2:
       /_____________________________________________________\
       |Pokemon        |Morning  |Day    |Night   |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Swinub         |40%      |40%    |40%     |Normal    |
       |Jynx           |5%       |10%    |5%      |Normal    |
       |Zubat (HG)     |15%      |10%    |15%     |Normal    |
       |Zubat (SS)     |5%       |-      |5%      |Normal    |
       |Delibird       |20%      |20%    |20%     |Normal    |
       |Golbat         |30%      |30%    |30%     |Normal    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |National Dex   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Absol          |                          |H. Sound  |
       |Makuhita       |                          |H. Sound  |
       |Bronzor        |                          |S. Sound  |
       |Chingling      |                          |S. Sound  |
       \_____________________________________________________/

Line up where the boulder is on the left and go left, then down, then left,
and then up, then right. There is a item ball with a full heal at the end.
After that, head down up the ladder, and then left and push the boulder up.
You will be back up on 1F. You will see one of the Kimono girls stuck. Go
down and then right ad give her a push and she will thank you and leave.
After that, head down and you will be in Blackthorn City.

     _____
    /J040|
   /_____| ____________________________________________________________________
  /                                                                           /
 /                    B L A C K T H O R N   C I T Y                          /
/___________________________________________________________________________/


       /_____________________________________________________\
       |Fish/Surfing   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Magikarp       |100%                      |Surfing   |
       |Magikarp       |95% (O), 60% (G), 7% (S)  |Fishing   |
       |Poliwag        |5% (O), 40% (G), 93% (S)  |Fishing   |
       \_____________________________________________________/

Pokemart:
/_____________________________\
|Item Name     |Price         |
|______________|______________|
|Poke Ball     |200p          |
|Great Ball    |600p          |
|Ultra Ball    |1,200p        |
|Net Ball      |1,000p        |
|Dusk Ball     |1,000p        |
|Potion        |300p          |
|Super Potion  |700p          |
|Hyper Potion  |1,200p        |
|Max Potion    |2,500p        |
|Full Restore  |3,000p        |
|Revive        |1,500p        |
|Antidote      |100p          |
|Paralyz Heal  |200p          |
|Awakening     |250p          |
|Burn Heal     |250p          |
|Ice Heal      |250p          |
|Full Heal     |600p          |
|Escape Rope   |550p          |
|Repel         |350p          |
|Super Repel   |500p          |
|Max Repel     |700p          |
|Air Mail      |50p           |
\_____________________________/

* Note that you can only get the Full Restore once you beat Claire and get the
  Rising Badge


Ah, Blackthorn City. There is not much you can do at this point. There is a
move deleter in the house that is left of the Pokemart. The move deleter
himself is the bald man that is on the left side inside of the house. You will
also find in the same house a man that will trade you a Dodrio for a
Dragonair. A little bit of a ripoff, but you can capture wild Dragonair later
on.

You can also go south to Route 45, but make sure you bring a Pokemon that can
fly. It is good EXP, and has a few rare Pokemon.

For now, lets go explore Route 45 and see what it has.

  ____
//J041|_____________________________________________________________________\\
||                       Route 45/North of Route 46                         ||
\\__________________________________________________________________________//

         ___________
        /Trainers :|
       |___________|___________________________________________\
       |Ace Trainer                |Ace Trainer                |
       |Money: 810p                |Money: 1440p               |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Pidgeot lv 25 (Fly/Normal) |Marill lv 27 (Water)       |
       |Electabuzz lv 27 (Electric)|Wartortle lv 24 (Water)    |
       |                           |Wartortle lv 24 (Water)    |
       |___________________________|___________________________|
       |Blackbelt                  |Hiker                      |
       |Money: 686p                |Money: 800p                |
       |Phone #: Yes               |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Machoke lv 28 (Fighting)   |Geodude lv 25 (Rock/Ground)|
       |                           |Gravler lv 25 (Rock/Ground)|
       |                           |Golem lv 25 (Rock/Ground)  |
       |___________________________|___________________________|
       |Hiker                      |Hiker                      |
       |Money:                     |Money: 864p                |
       |Phone #: Yes               |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Onix lv 30 (Rock/Ground)   |Diglett lv 27 (Ground)     |
       |                           |Dugtrio lv 27 (Ground)     |
       \_______________________________________________________/


       /_____________________________________________________\
       |Pokemon        |Morning  |Day    |Night   |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Geodude        |30%      |30%    |30%     |Normal    |
       |Gravler (HG)   |40%      |40%    |40%     |Normal    |
       |Gravler (SS)   |55%      |55%    |55%     |Normal    |
       |Gligar         |20%      |20%    |20%     |HeartGold |
       |Phanpy         |10%      |10%    |10%     |HeartGold |
       |Teddiursa      |10%      |10%    |10%     |SoulSilver|
       |Skamory        |5%       |5%     |5%      |SoulSilver|
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Fish/Surfing   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Magikarp       |100%                      |Surfing   |
       |Magikarp       |95% (O), 60% (G), 7% (S)  |Fishing   |
       |Poliwag        |5% (O), 40% (G), 93%, (S) |Fishing   |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Tree Headbutt  |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_______________|__________________________|__________|
       |Aipom          |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Spearow        |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Heracross      |                          |Headbutt  |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |National Dex   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Swablu         |                          |Swarm     |
       |Whismur        |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Linoone        |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Buizel         |                          |S. Radio  |
       |Bidoof         |                          |S. Radio  |
       \_____________________________________________________/

Route 45 is rather different then you remember it. Taking full advantage of
the D/P/Pl engine for terrain, the place is now full of various cliffs and
water passages. You will also find several unique Pokemon to your version.
HG users will find Gligar and Phanpy, while SS users will get Teddiursa and
Skamory. There is also a bunch of trainers on this route, so it might be a
good idea to raise your levels a little bit for the upcoming Gym. Keep going
down to find Route 46.

+===============+
|Route 46 North |
+===============+

         ___________
        /Trainers :|
       |___________|___________________________________________\
       |Picnicker                  |Camper                     |
       |Money: 224p                |Money: 272p                |
       |Phone #: Yes               |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Ponyta lv 17 (Fire)        |Mankey lv 17 (Fighting)    |
       |Oddish lv 14 (Grass/Poison)|                           |
       |___________________________|___________________________/
       |Hiker                      |
       |Money: 416p                |
       |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |
       |Geodude lv 13 (Rock/Ground)|
       |Geodude lv 13 (Rock/Ground)|
       |Geodude lv 13 (Rock/Ground)|
       |Geodude lv 13 (Rock/Ground)|
       |Geodude lv 13 (Rock/Ground)|
       \___________________________/


Now that you are on the other side of Route 46, you will find a few new
trainers to battle. They are fairly low level however, so you will have no
trouble with them. You can also access the other side of the Dark Cave from
this side, and find a climbable rock wall that you won't be able to access
until much later in the game. If you keep going south, you will end up in
the part of Route 46 that was in the beginning of the game. The Pokemon on
this route are the same Pokemon from earlier in the game, so there is no
difference.

Once you are ready, head back to Blackthorn City via flying and and go north
to the gym.
  ____
//J042|_____________________________________________________________________\\
||                           Blackthorn Gym                                 ||
\\__________________________________________________________________________//

         ___________
        /Trainers :|
       |___________|___________________________________________\
       |Ace Trainer                |Ace Trainer                |
       |Money: 2100p               |Money: 2200p               |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Dratini lv 35 (Dragon)     |Dratini lv 35 (Dragon)     |
       |Dratini lv 35 (Dragon)     |Dragonair lv 37 (Dragon)   |
       |Seadra lv 35 (Water)       |                           |
       |___________________________|___________________________|
       |Ace Trainer                |Ace Trainer                |
       |Money: 1728p               |Money: 2480p               |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Horsea lv 35 (Water)       |Seadra lv 38 (Water)       |
       |Seadra lv 37 (Water)       |                           |
       |___________________________|___________________________/
       |Ace Trainer                |
       |Money: 2480p               |
       |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |
       |Dragonair lv 38 (Dragon)   |
       \___________________________/


OK, here is how it works: There is a platform you must go on. The middle one
switches the direction around when it is not connected to anything, and the
two arrows make it move in that direction. For the first one, you will want
to flip it up right and then press the right arrow. On the pathway, there
are several trainers you must fight.

On the second one, you have to twist it around until its non-ledge end is on
the right. You can use the middle portion to change the direction the arrows
will go, and then slide it around in the right way.

Once you get past the final one, you will find the Gym Leader, Clair.

/____________________________________________________________________________\
|Boss: Clair                                                                 |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Pokemon:                                                                    |
|Dragonair lv 38 (Dragon)                                                    |
|Dragonair lv 38 (Dragon)                                                    |
|Gyarados lv 38 (Water/Flying)                                               |
|Kingdra lv 41 (Water/Dragon)                                                |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Info: Ah Clair...She is many things: The last Gym Leader in Johto, the last |
|      Badge before you have full access to lv 100 Pokemon, and so on. She is|
|      also one of the only Gym Leaders that has a team change from GSC (Her |
|      third Dragonair is replaced with a Gyarados). Because of that, she is |
|      not as weak to Ice attacks like she once was, but now has a Pokemon   |
|      that is weak to Electric and one that is weak to Dragon attacks.      |
|                                                                            |
|      The first Pokemon are her two Dragonairs. They are both similar in    |
|      level, and both have Dragon Pulse, Thunder Wave, and Slam. The only   |
|      difference is one has Fire Blast and the other has Aqua Tail. Dragon  |
|      Pulse is a very strong Dragon move with 90 base damage. Thunder Wave  |
|      Paralyzes your Pokemon, and Fire Blast and Aqua Tail are both very    |
|      strong Fire and Water attacks respectively. Ice attacks are your best |
|      friend in this battle, since it is the only thing the two Dragonair   |
|      are weak to. A Ice Pokemon caught from the Ice Path or the TM you got |
|      from Pryce are both good to use against them.                         |
|                                                                            |
|      Next up is old favorite Gyarados. It has Dragon Rage, Twister, Bite,  |
|      and Dragon Pulse. Dragon Rage always takes off 40HP every time it is  |
|      used, no more or no less. Twister is a somewhat weak dragon type move,|
|      but does more if the Pokemon is using Fly or Bounce. Gyarados is 4x   |
|      weak to electric attacks, so Thunderbolt or Thunder are both very good|
|      moves to use.                                                         |
|                                                                            |
|      Finally, there is Kingdra. It is her highest level Pokemon at lv 41   |
|      and is holding a Sitrus Berry. As for attacks, it knows Hydro Pump,   |
|      Dragon Pulse, Hyper Beam, and Smokescreen. Kingdra is a tough Pokemon |
|      to beat since its only weakness is Dragon attacks. If you bought a    |
|      Dratini earlier from the Goldenrod Game Corner and it knows Dragon    |
|      attacks, use those. Otherwise, use your strongest Pokemon against it. |
\____________________________________________________________________________/

Once you beat her, she will not believe that you have proved yourself and
tells you to go to the Dragon's Den and prove yourself. Surf behind the Gym
and go north until you find the entrance.

  ____
//J043|_____________________________________________________________________\\
||                             Dragons Den                                  ||
\\__________________________________________________________________________//

         ___________
        /Trainers :|
       |___________|___________________________________________\
       |Ace Trainer                |Ace Trainer                |
       |Money: 2220p               |Money: 2100p               |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Dragonair lv 37 (Dragon)   |Horsea lv 33 (Water)       |
       |                           |Horsea lv 33 (Water)       |
       |                           |Seadra lv 35 (Water)       |
       |___________________________|___________________________/
       |Twins                      |
       |Money: 1120p               |
       |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |
       |Dratini lv 35 (Dragon)     |
       |Dratini lv 35 (Dragon)     |
       \___________________________/

       /_____________________________________________________\
       |Fish/Surfing   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Magikarp       |90%      |90%    |90%     |Surfing   |
       |Dratini        |10%      |10%    |10%     |Surfing   |
       |Magikarp       |100% (O), 97% (G), 65% (S)|Fishing   |
       |Dratini        |3% (G), 32% (S)           |Fishing   |
       |Dragonair      |3% (S)                    |Fishing   |
       \_____________________________________________________/

You will find a couple of trainers here, although they mostly have Dragon and
Water Pokemon. You will need a Pokemon with Whirlpool and Surf to get to where
you need to go. Also, if you want a special Pokemon, you will need to have a
empty slot in your party. Head on the left side, use whirlpool, and then keep
following the path until you find the Dragon Shrine. Inside, talk to the
dragon master and choose the following answers.

Top option, Top option, Last option, Top option, Middle Option

Once you answer right, Clair will come in and think you failed the test,
mentioning that not even she has past it. After that, she will give you the
Rising Badge. This does several things, all Pokemon received in trades will
now obay and you can use the HM move Waterfall outside of battle. The elder
will also give you a Dratini with the move Extremespeed if you past his test.
If not, then you will still get it, but without the Extremespeed move. If you
do not have a free space for it, you can come back for it later.

Head back the way you came, and Clair will then give you TM59 as well, which
contains Dragon Pulse. Leave the Dragons Den, and then fly back to New Bark
Town.
  ____
//J044|_____________________________________________________________________\\
||                          The Kimono House                                ||
\\__________________________________________________________________________//

         ___________
        /Trainers :|
       |___________|___________________________________________\
       |Kimono Girl                |Kimono Girl                |
       |Money: 4560p               |Money: 4560p               |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Umbreon lv 38 (Dark)       |Espeon lv 38 (Psychic)     |
       |___________________________|___________________________|
       |Kimono Girl                |Kimono Girl                |
       |Money: 4560p               |Money: 4560p               |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Flareon lv 38 (Fire)       |Jolteon lv 38 (Electric)   |
       |___________________________|___________________________/
       |Kimono Girl                |
       |Money: 4560p               |
       |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |
       |Vaporeon lv 38 (Water)     |
       \___________________________/


Once you are in New Bark Town, head to Elm's Lab and you will find Ethan or
Lyra already there. He/She will mention that you have all 8 badges, and then
leave. Talk to Prof. Elm and he will give you the Master Ball, the one
Pokeball in the game capable of capturing a Pokemon 100% of the time.

Now that you have the Master Ball, fly back to Ecruteak and go to the Kimono
house above the Pokemon Center. Your rival will then exit and comment on how
tough the Kimono Sisters are. Make sure your Pokemon are all healed up.

When you go inside, you will automatically go onstage and fight each of the
Kimono Sisters. Unlike GSC, you do not have a break in between and must
fight them without a break, so you can only use items in order. They each
have a Eevee evolution, and are all lv 38. First one has a Umbreon, then
a Espeon, then a Flareon, then a Jolteon, and finally a Vaporeon.

Once you do beat them in order, you will receive the Clear Bell in HeartGold,
and the Tide Bell in SoulSilver . Just then, a little girl will come in and
mention that Ho-Oh is near the Bell Tower (In HeartGold) and Lugia is at the
Whirl Islands (In SoulSilver).

In order to continue, you will need to go fight or capture them. HeartGold
users can go to section SQ02 to find out what to do, while SoulSilver users
can go to SQ03 for the Whirl Islands.

Once you have beaten/captured Lugia or Ho-Oh, its time to prepare. Make sure
you have a Pokemon that can use Surf, Strength, and Waterfall and continue
back to New Bark Town and use surf on the right side to head to Route 27.

  ____
//J045|_____________________________________________________________________\\
||                             Route 27                                     ||
\\__________________________________________________________________________//

The first half of this Route is mainly for surfing. Once you are on land, you
will be stopped by a man who will not let you go further unless you fought the
Kimono Sisters and captured/beat Lugia or Ho-Oh (Go back if you have not done
those things). If you have done those things, you will be able to go into
the Tohjo Falls.


+===========+
|Tohjo Falls|
+===========+

       /_____________________________________________________\
       |Pokemon        |Morning  |Day    |Night   |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Rattata        |5%       |5%     |5%      |Normal    |
       |Raticate       |30%      |30%    |30%     |Normal    |
       |Slowpoke       |15%      |15%    |15%     |Normal    |
       |Zubat          |30%      |30%    |30%     |Normal    |
       |Golbat         |20%      |20%    |20%     |Normal    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Fish/Surfing   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Goldeen        |60%                       |Surfing   |
       |Slowbro        |30%                       |Surfing   |
       |Seaking        |10%                       |Surfing   |
       |Magikarp       |95% (O), 60% (G), 7% (S)  |Fishing   |
       |Goldeen        |5% (O), 40% (S), 90% (S)  |Fishing   |
       |Seaking        |3% (S)                    |Fishing   |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |National Dex   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Absol          |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Makuhita       |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Bronzor        |                          |S. Radio  |
       |Chingling      |                          |S. Radio  |
       \_____________________________________________________/

Not much to do here at the moment. You can capture a Slowpoke if you have not
done so yet, but otherwise use surf and then go up the waterfall to reach the
other side.

+========+
|Route 27|
+========+

         ___________
        /Trainers :|
       |___________|___________________________________________\
       |Ace Trainer                |Ace Trainer                |
       |Money:                     |Money:                     |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Bulbasaur lv 32 (Grass/Poi)|Magneton lv 33 (Elec/Steel)|
       |Ivysaur lv 32 (Grass/Poi)  |Exeggcute lv 31 (Grass/Psy)|
       |Venusaur lv 32 (Grass/Poi) |Quagsire lv 31 (Water/Gro) |
       |___________________________|___________________________|
       |Ace Trainer                |Bird Keeper                |
       |Money:                     |Money:                     |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: Yes               |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Mareep lv 35 (Electric)    |Farfetch'd lv 40 (Fly/Nor) |
       |___________________________|___________________________|
       |Psychic                    |Ace Trainer                |
       |Money:                     |Money:                     |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: Yes               |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Starmie lv 30 (Water/Psy)  |Growlithe lv 36 (Fire)     |
       |Exeggcute lv 30 (Grass/Psy)|Nidorina lv 33 (Poison)    |
       |Girafarig lv 34 (Nor/Psy)  |Staryu lv 36 (Water)       |
       \_______________________________________________________/


       /_____________________________________________________\
       |Pokemon        |Morning  |Day    |Night   |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Ponyta         |5%       |5%     |5%      |Normal    |
       |Raticate (HG)  |40%      |40%    |40%     |Normal    |
       |Raticate (SS)  |20%      |20%    |10%     |Normal    |
       |Sandslash      |5%       |5%     |5%      |Heartgold |
       |Arbok          |30%      |30%    |30%     |SoulSilver|
       |Doduo (HG)     |50%      |50%    |-       |Normal    |
       |Doduo (SS)     |40%      |40%    |-       |Normal    |
       |Dodrio         |5%       |5%     |-       |SoulSilver|
       |Quagsire (HG)  |-        |-      |50%     |Normal    |
       |Quagsire (SS)  |-        |-      |55%     |Normal    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Fish/Surfing   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Tentacool      |90%                       |Surfing   |
       |Tentacruel     |10%                       |Surfing   |
       |Magikarp       |95% (O), 60% (G)          |Fishing   |
       |Tentacool      |5% (O), 30% (G)           |Fishing   |
       |Chinchou       |7% (G), 60% (S)           |Fishing   |
       |Shellder       |3% (G), 30% (S)           |Fishing   |
       |Tentacruel     |7% (S)                    |Fishing   |
       |Lanturn        |3% (S)                    |Fishing   |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Tree Headbutt  |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_______________|__________________________|__________|
       |Hoothoot       |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Spinarak (HG)  |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Ledyba (SS)    |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Exeggcute      |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Pineco         |                          |Headbutt  |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |National Dex   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Luvdisc        |                          |Swarm     |
       |Whismur        |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Linoone        |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Buizel         |                          |S. Radio  |
       |Bidoof         |                          |S. Radio  |
       \_____________________________________________________/

The other side of Route 27 is pretty interesting. You will find several rare
Pokemon that you might not be able to find elsewhere. Once you exit from the
Tohjo falls, go into the house below it to get TM37 (Sandstorm). Once that is
done, surf on the water to the right to get to the second part of Route 27.

You will find many Ace Trainers along the route, many with unique Kanto
Pokemon. Keep going to the right and going past the bridge and up the steps
near the small mountain. When you head down the steps on the other side, you
will find a item ball with the Destiny Knot held item. You will eventually
hit Route 26 itself when you hit a giant bridge that is over water.

  ____
//J046|_____________________________________________________________________\\
||                              Route 26                                    ||
\\__________________________________________________________________________//

         ___________
        /Trainers :|
       |___________|___________________________________________\
       |Psychic                    |Fisherman                  |
       |Money:                     |Money:                     |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Espeon lv 36 (Psychic)     |Qwilfish lv 30 (Water/Poi) |
       |                           |Qwilfish lv 30 (Water/Poi) |
       |                           |Seaking lv 34 (Water)      |
       |___________________________|___________________________|
       |Ace Trainer                |Ace Trainer                |
       |Money:                     |Money:                     |
       |Phone #: Yes               |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Victreebel lv 32 (Gra/Poi) |Pikachu lv 36 (Electric)   |
       |Kingler lv 32 (Water)      |Blastoise lv 36 (Water)    |
       |Flareon lv 32 (Fire)       |                           |
       |___________________________|___________________________|
       |Ace Trainer                |Ace Trainer                |
       |Money:                     |Money:                     |
       |Phone #: Yes               |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Rapidash lv 36 (Fire)      |Parasect lv 33 (Bug/Grass) |
       |Flaafy lv 31 (Electric)    |Vaporeon lv 33 (Water)     |
       |                           |Golduck lv 35 (Water)      |
       \_______________________________________________________/


       /_____________________________________________________\
       |Pokemon        |Morning  |Day    |Night   |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Ponyta         |20%      |20%    |20%     |Normal    |
       |Doduo          |40%      |40%    |-       |Normal    |
       |Dodrio         |5%       |5%     |-       |Heartgold |
       |Raticate (HG)  |5%       |5%     |40%     |Normal    |
       |Raticate (SS)  |35%      |35%    |50%     |Normal    |
       |Sandslash      |30%      |30%    |30%     |Heartgold |
       |Arbok          |5%       |5%     |5%      |SoulSilver|
       |Quagsire       |-        |-      |10%     |Heartgold |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Fish/Surfing   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Tentacool      |90%                       |Surfing   |
       |Tentacruel     |10%                       |Surfing   |
       |Magikarp       |95% (O), 60% (G)          |Fishing   |
       |Tentacool      |5% (O), 30% (G)           |Fishing   |
       |Chinchou       |7% (G), 60% (S)           |Fishing   |
       |Shellder       |3% (G), 30% (S)           |Fishing   |
       |Tentacruel     |7% (S)                    |Fishing   |
       |Lanturn        |3% (S)                    |Fishing   |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Tree Headbutt  |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_______________|__________________________|__________|
       |Hoothoot       |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Spinarak (HG)  |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Ledyba (SS)    |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Exeggcute      |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Pineco         |                          |Headbutt  |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |National Dex   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Whismur        |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Linoone        |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Buizel         |                          |S. Radio  |
       |Bidoof         |                          |S. Radio  |
       \_____________________________________________________/

Once you are on Route 26, keep going right and then up when you are forced to.
There are a bunch of grass areas and several trainers. At the end, you will
find a house where you can rest and restore your Pokemon's health. Keep going
up and you will have to face several trainers that you cannot avoid. At the
end of the route is a gatehouse where you must show you have all 8 badges.
Once you are let through, you will be on Victory Road. You might want to check
your Pokemon's health and make sure if it OK before continuing.

  ____
//J047|_____________________________________________________________________\\
||                            Victory Road                                  ||
\\__________________________________________________________________________//



______
|1F  |
______________________________________________________________________________

       /_____________________________________________________\
       |Pokemon        |Morning  |Day    |Night   |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Onix           |15%      |15%    |15%     |Normal    |
       |Rhyhorn        |5%       |5%     |5%      |Normal    |
       |Golbat         |30%      |30%    |30%     |Normal    |
       |Gravler        |30%      |30%    |30%     |Normal    |
       |Donphan        |10%      |10%    |10%     |Normal    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |National Dex   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Absol          |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Makuhita       |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Bronzor        |                          |S. Radio  |
       |Chingling      |                          |S. Radio  |
       \_____________________________________________________/

Welcome to the Victory Road! One of the very first places from Kanto you might
recognize from Gen I and III, although it has greatly changed since then.
There is not too many unique Pokemon, only Donphan for the most part. You can
also find Rhyhorn here as well if you want to capture them.

Anywho, follow the path until you reach your first boulder. Push the boulder
up, and then follow the path and you will find a potion. Go up the stairs and
over the bridge and head down the left side and then go up until you find a
ladder near the stairs.
______________________________________________________________________________


______
|2F  |
______________________________________________________________________________

       /_____________________________________________________\
       |Pokemon        |Morning  |Day    |Night   |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Onix           |15%      |15%    |15%     |Normal    |
       |Rhyhorn        |5%       |5%     |5%      |Normal    |
       |Golbat         |30%      |30%    |30%     |Normal    |
       |Gravler        |30%      |30%    |30%     |Normal    |
       |Donphan        |10%      |10%    |10%     |Normal    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |National Dex   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Absol          |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Makuhita       |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Bronzor        |                          |S. Radio  |
       |Chingling      |                          |S. Radio  |
       \_____________________________________________________/

Once you are on the second floor, go down and then go right, and then head up
the stairs. Keep going right until you find a ladder and head up it.

______________________________________________________________________________


______
|3F  |
______________________________________________________________________________


       /_____________________________________________________\
       |Pokemon        |Morning  |Day    |Night   |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Onix           |15%      |15%    |15%     |Normal    |
       |Rhyhorn        |5%       |5%     |5%      |Normal    |
       |Golbat         |30%      |30%    |30%     |Normal    |
       |Gravler        |30%      |30%    |30%     |Normal    |
       |Donphan        |10%      |10%    |10%     |Normal    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Rock Smash     |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_______________|__________________________|__________|
       |Geodude        |90%                       |Rock Smash|
       |Gravler        |10%                       |Rock Smash|
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |National Dex   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Absol          |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Makuhita       |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Bronzor        |                          |S. Radio  |
       |Chingling      |                          |S. Radio  |
       \_____________________________________________________/

Head down the hole near the ladder where you just came up, and then you
will be back on the second floor. Push the boulder in the middle of the
stairs and then go down the stairs and up to find a Full Restore. Then push
the boulder to the right and go up the ladder back to the 3rd floor.

Ignore the first hole you see and keep going. Go around to the left side and
go up the stairs to find a ultra ball. Keep going left until you find two
different holes. Take the bottom one and then go up a ladder to end up on the
other side. Keep going up and then go to the right and then up. When you get
near the end, your rival will show up and fight you.

/____________________________________________________________________________\
|Boss: Rival                                                                 |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Pokemon:                                                                    |
|Sneasel lv 36 (Dark/Ice)                                                    |
|Golbat lv 38 (Poison/Flying)                                                |
|Magneton lv 37 (Electric/Steel)                                             |
|Kadabra lv 37 (Psychic)                                                     |
|Haunter lv 37 (Ghost/Poison)                                                |
|Typhlosion lv 40 (Fire) *If you choose Chikorita                            |
|Feraligatr lv 40 (Water) *If you choose Cyndaquil                           |
|Meganium lv 40 (Grass) *If you choose Totodile                              |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Info: The last major battle between you and your rival! Like the previous   |
|      battle between him and you, his Pokemon are fairly similar, only his  |
|      starter is now fully evolved and he now has a Kadabra. Your Pokemon   |
|      should be in the lv 35-37 range by this point, so make sure none of   |
|      your Pokemon are too underleveled. Sneasel goes down with Fire and    |
|      fighting moves, Golbat is weak to Psychic and Electric moves, Magneton|
|      is vulnerable to Fire and ground moves, Haunter is weak to ghost, dark|
|      and Psychic moves, Typhlosion is weak to water and ground attacks,    |
|      Feraligatr is weak to grass and electric moves, and Meganium is weak  |
|      to fire and ice attacks.                                              |
\____________________________________________________________________________/

Once you do beat him, head through the exit and you will be in the Indigo
Plateau. Keep going north and you will enter the Pokemon League building.

     _____
    /J048|
   /_____| ____________________________________________________________________
  /                                                                           /
 /                       P O K E M O N   L E A G U E                         /
/___________________________________________________________________________/

Pokemart:
/_____________________________\
|Item Name     |Price         |
|______________|______________|
|Ultra Ball    |1200p         |
|Max Repel     |700p          |
|Hyper Potion  |1200p         |
|Max Potion    |2500p         |
|Full Restore  |3000p         |
|Revive        |1500p         |
|Full Heal     |600p          |
\_____________________________/

Ah, the Pokemon League. Out of all the Pokemon games, this particular lobby
seems to always change. On the left is a Pokemon Center, and on the right is
a Pokemart with stairs leading down for wi-fi battling. Upstairs is just like
the Johto Pokemon Centers and the entrance to the Pokemon League. There are
a few things you will want to do before taking on the Elite Four.

+============================+
|Preparing for the Elite Four|
+============================+

* Make sure your Pokemon are at least level 40 or above. In fact, you will
  have a much easier time if they are at least level 45 or above. If they are
  not to the level you want them to be at, go back to Victory Road, Route 27
  and 26, and Route 45 and train with any trainers you have not fought yet
  or wild Pokemon. Remember that the EXP Share gotten from Mr. Pokemon's house
  after trading him the Red Scale is a good tool to raise your weaker Pokemon.
  Attach it to the lower leveled Pokemon and have your higher level Pokemon
  fight.

* You will want at least 20 Max Potions, 10 Full Restores, 15 Revives, and 15
  Full Heals. If you have any non-hold items, then sell them for cash. Worse
  comes to worse, you can keep fighting the first members of the elite four to
  get enough cash to buy stuff if you are low. Like gaining EXP, go back and
  fight trainers and wear the Amulet Coin to get double.

* You will want Pokemon with Psychic, Water, Ice, Electric, Fire, and Ground
  moves, and possibly some Ghost moves as well. Thunder, Blizzard, and Fire
  Blast can be bought from the Goldenrod Department Store. Ice Beam,
  Thunderbolt, and Flamethrower can be gotten from the Rocket Game Corner for
  about 5,500 coins. Shadow Ball is a TM you should have gotten from Morty
  earlier on, and Surf is one of your HMs. You will want to have a Psychic
  Pokemon for psychic attacks, so Kadabra or Alakazam would be good (You can
  get them off the GTS if you have a wireless connection).

Once you are ready, head through the gates on the top floor and fight the
Elite Four

+==============+
|The Elite Four|
+==============+

Like other Pokemon games, the Elite Four is 4 members with different types,
each with 5 Pokemon, plus the Champion with 6 Pokemon. That is 5 trainers
total, and you cannot go back to the Pokemon League area to heal. Unlike
other Elite Fours, this one is rather low level, with the highest Pokemon
being lv 50.

Many of the Elite Four members either have way too many Pokemon of their
type, or too many that have dual weaknesses, so you will need a  variety of
attacks to beat them. One trick you can use is to save before fighting a Elite
Four member, and if you die because of a stupid reason, you can reboot and
fight the same member again.

Your first Elite Four member is Will, a Psychic user.

/____________________________________________________________________________\
|Boss: Will                                                                  |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Pokemon:                                                                    |
|Xatu lv 40 (Psychic/Flying)                                                 |
|Jynx lv 41 (Ice/Psychic)                                                    |
|Slowbro lv 41 (Water/Psychic)                                               |
|Exeggutor lv 41 (Grass/Psychic)                                             |
|Xatu lv 42 (Psychic/Flying)                                                 |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Info: Ah Will...The first elite four member is usually a test to see how    |
|      well your Pokemon have come. If you have trouble against him, you     |
|      might want to consider raising your levels a little bit. All of his   |
|      Pokemon are at least part Psychic, but a common weakness is all of his|
|      Pokemon are also dual types. 3 out of 5 of his Pokemon are weak       |
|      against Electric attacks, while the other two are weak against fire.  |
|      Dark and Ghost moves are also recommended for all of his Pokemon, if  |
|      you have one.                                                         |
|                                                                            |
|      His starting Pokemon is his first Xatu, which has U-Turn, Me First,   |
|      Psychic, and Confuse Ray. U-Turn is the same move Bugsy used earlier  |
|      in his Gym Match with you, so you should know by now that it switches |
|      out with another Pokemon when used. Me First is a rather nasty move   |
|      that copies your attack, and then does 1.5x the damage it would       |
|      normally do. It only works if you are slower then Xatu, and if you are|
|      using a damaging attack. Finally, Psychic and Confuse Ray are both    |
|      annoying moves, with Psychic doing a bunch of damage to most Pokemon  |
|      and Confuse Ray being a very accurate confusion move. Best way to take|
|      Xatu out is Ghost, Dark, Electric, Rock, or Ice moves. Ice Beam,      |
|      Crunch, Shadow Ball, Thunderbolt or Thunder, Rock Throw and such are  |
|      all good moves.                                                       |
|                                                                            |
|      Next up is Jynx, who has Psychic, Lovely Kiss, Ice Punch, and Double  |
|      Slap. All of these should be fairly familiar to you besides Lovely    |
|      Kiss, which puts your opponent to sleep. Jynx is weak against Rock    |
|      Ghost, Bug, Fire, Steel, and Dark moves. Shadow Ball, Rock Throw,     |
|      Twineedle, Flamethrower or Fire Blast, Iron Tail, and Crunch are      |
|      effective against Jynx.                                               |
|                                                                            |
|      Third is Slowbro, which has Curse, Amnesia, Water Pulse, and Psychic. |
|      You have to be careful with Slowbro, since Curse is used to increase  |
|      its Defense and Attack by one and lower its already low speed stat    |
|      by 1, and Amnesia is used to increase Special Defense. You do not want|
|      Slowbro to use it too often, or it will be hard to hit. Water Pulse   |
|      is a water move that also has a 20% chance of confusion, and Psychic  |
|      is the same as always. Electric, Rock, Bug, Grass, Dark, and Ghost    |
|      attacks are the way to go. Thunderbolt or Thunder, Twineedle, Razor   |
|      or Magical Leaf, Crunch, and Shadow Ball.                             |
|                                                                            |
|      Fourth up is Exeggutor, who has Reflect, Psychic, Egg Bomb, and       |
|      Hypnosis. Reflect is a move that lasts 5 turns and halves any Physical|
|      type moves you might use against Exeggutor. Egg Bomb is a highly      |
|      damaging, but inaccurate Physical move, and Hypnosis puts you to      |
|      sleep. Flying, Bug, Ghost, Fire, Ice, Dark, and Poison attacks are    |
|      all good ones.                                                        |
|                                                                            |
|      Finally, there is his last Xatu, which has a Sitrus Berry attached    |
|      to regain health when it gets low, and has Psychic, Confuse Ray,      |
|      Ominous Wind, and Aerial Ace. The only difference is Ominous Wind and |
|      Aerial Ace, with Ominous Wind being similar to Ancientpower and having|
|      a chance of increasing all of the users stats by 1, and with Aerial   |
|      Ace it is a highly accurate flying move that does not miss. Use the   |
|      same strategy you use against the first one to take this one out.     |
|                                                                            |
|      Recommended Pokemon include: Tysplosion, Piloswine, Onix or Steelix,  |
|      Misdreavus, Butterfree or Beedrill, Jolteon at around lv 40.          |
\____________________________________________________________________________/

If you easily beat Will, then you should be OK. Otherwise, you might have
some trouble with the next members. Continue up to the next room. The next
trainer is Koga, a former Kanto gym leader that specializes in Poison Pokemon.

/____________________________________________________________________________\
|Boss: Koga                                                                  |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Pokemon:                                                                    |
|Ariados lv 40 (Bug/Poison)                                                  |
|Fortress lv 43 (Bug/Steel)                                                  |
|Muk lv 42 (Poison)                                                          |
|Venomoth lv 41 (Bug/Poison)                                                 |
|Crobat lv 44 (Poison/Flying)                                                |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Info: Fans of RBY and FRLG might recognize Koga as the previous Gym Leader  |
|      for Fuchsia City. His team is similar to his Yellow and FR/LG teams,  |
|      but with a few new faces. His major weakness is Psychic, but several  |
|      of his Pokemon are Bug, so Fire is also a very effective weakness to  |
|      exploit.                                                              |
|                                                                            |
|      His first Pokemon is Ariados, which has Spider Web, Poison Jab, Giga  |
|      Drain, and Baton Pass. Spider Web prevents the Pokemon it hits from   |
|      switching out, Poison Jab is a strong Physical move that has a 30%    |
|      chance of poisoning your Pokemon, and Baton Pass switches out his     |
|      Pokemon with any benefits it has received from battle. Ariados is weak|
|      to Flying, Fire, Ground, and Psychic moves mainly, so Psychic, Fire   |
|      Blast/Flamethrower/Flame Wheel, Wing Attack/Aerial Ace, and Earthquake|
|      and Magnitude are all good attacks.                                   |
|                                                                            |
|      Forretress is his second Pokemon, and it is a weird one. It has Swift,|
|      Protect, Explosion, and Toxic Spikes. Toxic Spikes is very nasty,     |
|      since if it uses it once then any Pokemon that is switched in will get|
|      Poisoned and if it uses it twice then your Pokemon will be Toxic-level|
|      poisoned. Forretress is a very defensive Pokemon, with both high      |
|      Defense and Physical Defense, so its only weakness is Fire attacks.   |
|                                                                            |
|      Third is Muk, which is holding Black Sludge (Recovers HP every turn), |
|      and has Minimize, Gunk Shot, Screech, and Toxic. Minimize increases   |
|      its Evasiveness and makes it hard to hit. Gunk Shot is a inaccurate,  |
|      but very powerful Poison move with a 30% chance of poisoning you.     |
|      Toxic is a nasty move that inflicts level 2 poisoning, which takes off|
|      double damage every turn. You will want to knock out Muk quickly, so  |
|      Psychic and Ground moves are best. Also, Steel Pokemon are resistant  |
|      to Poison moves, so you might want to consider using one.             |
|                                                                            |
|      Venomoth is Fourth, and has Toxic, Supersonic, Psychic and Gust.      |
|      Psychic is the big attack here, since it is one of the most powerful  |
|      moves for a Psychic Pokemon to use. Like Ariados, it is weak against  |
|      Psychic, Fire, Ground, and Flying, so the same moves you used against |
|      Ariados will work here.                                               |
|                                                                            |
|      Finally, his main Pokemon is Crobat, which has a Sitrus Berry and has |
|      Double Team, Wing Attack, Quick Attack, and Poison Fang. Double Team  |
|      increases its evasiveness, making it hard to hit, while Poison Fang   |
|      is a weaker physical poison move, but has a 20% chance of inflicting  |
|      Toxic level Poisoning. Crobat is weak against Psychic, Rock, Electric |
|      and Ice attacks, so Psychic/Psywave, Rock Throw, Thunder/Thunderbolt, |
|      and Ice Beam/Blizzard are all good to use.                            |
|                                                                            |
|      Recommended Pokemon include: Ninetales/Arcanine/Typhlosion, Kadabra   |
|      or Alakazam, Steelix/Skarmory at around level 40-42 or higher. It is  |
|      also recommended that you have several full heals, since Toxic is a   |
|      very dangerous move and you want to treat it right away if your       |
|      Pokemon are badly poisoned.                                           |
\____________________________________________________________________________/

If Koga poisoned any of your Pokemon, make sure to use a Antidote/Full heal/
Full Restore on your Pokemon. Next up is Bruno, a Elite Four Member from Gen
I and III that is good with Fighting Pokemon.

/____________________________________________________________________________\
|Boss: Bruno                                                                 |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Pokemon:                                                                    |
|Hitmontop lv 42 (Fighting)                                                  |
|Hitmonlee lv 42 (Fighting)                                                  |
|Hitmonchan lv 42 (Fighting)                                                 |
|Onix lv 43 (Rock/Ground)                                                    |
|Machamp lv 46 (Fighting)                                                    |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Info: Ah...Bruno. One of the few Elite Four members that has kept his       |
|      position. His team is very close to his RBY team, with the only       |
|      difference being his Hitmontop replacing one of his Onix. Like Koga,  |
|      most of his Pokemon are one type, fighting. That means Psychic and    |
|      Flying Pokemon are the best ones to use for this match up. You can    |
|      also avoid most of the fighters attacks with Ghost Pokemon, so a      |
|      Gengar with a Psychic move might be a good one to have.               |
|                                                                            |
|      Anywho, his first Pokemon is Hitmontop, the new Hitmon evolution for  |
|      HG/SS. His attacks include Dig, Quick Attack, Counter, and Triple Kick|
|      Dig makes Hitmontop go underground the first turn, and then pop back  |
|      up on the second. Counter does double the damage just dealt if you use|
|      a physical attack, so use Special attacks if you can. Triple Kick is  |
|      a weak move that builds up each time it hits during that turn. The    |
|      first hit has a base of 10, the second is 20, and the third is 30,    |
|      bringing it to a total of 60 if all three kicks connect during that   |
|      turn. If it misses, then that turn is over. Hitmontop goes down with  |
|      Psychic moves like Psybeam and Psychic, as well as moves like Fly and |
|      Wing Attack.                                                          |
|                                                                            |
|      Second up is Hitmonlee. It has Blaze Kick, Focus Energy, Hi Jump Kick,|
|      and Swagger. Blaze Kick is a fire type physical move that has a higher|
|      Critical Hit ratio and has a 10% chance of causing burns. Focus Energy|
|      makes it so the Pokemon has a 4x chance of scoring a Critical Hit. Hi |
|      Jump Kick is a high damaging, but risky move that is 90% accurate, and|
|      if it misses then Hitmonlee will receive 1/8 of the damage it would   |
|      have inflicted. Then there is Swagger, it buffs up your attack two    |
|      levels, but makes you confused. Use the same method you used against  |
|      Hitmontop.                                                            |
|                                                                            |
|      Hitmonchan is third, and has Ice Punch, ThunderPunch, Fire Punch, and |
|      Bullet Punch. All three of the elemental punches are decent moves that|
|      can do a decent amount of damage and have secondary effects, such as  |
|      freezing, paralyze, and burn in that order. Bullet Punch is a low     |
|      power Steel move, but always goes first, like Quick Attack. You will  |
|      want to be careful using flying Pokemon against Hitmonchan, so Psychic|
|      Pokemon are your best bet.                                            |
|                                                                            |
|      Onix is his fourth Pokemon, and has Sandstorm, Earthquake, Rock Slide |
|      and DragonBreath. Sandstorm causes damage every turn against Pokemon  |
|      that are not Steel, Ground, or Rock types. Earthquake is a strong     |
|      ground move that can knock out most Pokemon pretty easily due to its  |
|      high base damage. Rock Slide is a middle damage Rock move that also   |
|      has a 30% chance of causing flinching. Finally, DragonBreath is a     |
|      middle damage Dragon move that has a 30% chance of Paralyzing your    |
|      Pokemon. Water and Grass Pokemon are the best, so Surf and Razor/     |
|      Magical Leaf are both good to use. Ice is also fairly effective.      |
|                                                                            |
|      Finally, there is Machamp. It is holding a Sitrus Berry and has Rock  |
|      Slide, Cross Chop, Revenge, and Foresight. Cross Chop is a inaccurate |
|      but high damaging Fighting move with a higher critical hit chance.    |
|      Revenge is a powerful move where if you do damage to Machamp on the   |
|      same turn he uses this moves, its base attack power goes up to 120.   |
|      Foresight allows Machamp to hit Ghost Pokemon. You will want to knock |
|      out Machamp pretty quickly due to Revenge, so make sure you use your  |
|      best Psychic and Flying attacks.                                      |
|                                                                            |
|      Recommended Pokemon Include: Kadabra/Alakazam, Pidgeot/Crobat/Noctowl,|
|      Lugia/Ho-Oh with Psychic all around level 43-45. Recommended moves    |
|      include Psychic, Psybeam, Wing Attack, Fly, Aerial Ace, Surf/Ice Beam/|
|      Razor Leaf for Onix.                                                  |
\____________________________________________________________________________/

Heal your Pokemon and continue. The next member is a new one named Karen, who
specializes in the rare Dark type.

/____________________________________________________________________________\
|Boss: Karen                                                                 |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Pokemon:                                                                    |
|Umbreon lv 42 (Dark)                                                        |
|Vileplume lv 42 (Grass/Poison)                                              |
|Murkrow lv 44 (Dark/Flying)                                                 |
|Gengar lv 45 (Ghost/Poison)                                                 |
|Houndoom lv 47 (Dark/Fire)                                                  |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Info: Karen is pretty unique among the Elite Four. She specializes in Dark  |
|      type Pokemon, a rare type that does not even have a Gym yet. Despite  |
|      her specialty, only one of her Pokemon is pure Dark type. Her other   |
|      two Dark Pokemon are dual types, and the other two are somewhat random|
|      Pokemon. Because of that, you will need a variety of types to defeat  |
|      Karen.                                                                |
|                                                                            |
|      Her first Pokemon is Umbreon, which has Double Team, Confuse Ray,     |
|      Faint Attack, and Payback. Payback is similar to revenge, which puts  |
|      its base power at 100 if you attack first before Umbreon. Umbreon is  |
|      weak against Fighting and Bug attacks, so Pin Missile and the many    |
|      different fighting moves are all good to use.                         |
|                                                                            |
|      Second is Vileplume, one of her Pokemon that has almost nothing to do |
|      with her specialty. It has Stun Spore, Petal Dance, Acid, and         |
|      Moonlight. Petal Dance is a grass type moves that attacks 2-3 turns   |
|      and then Vileplume will become confused at the end. Moonlight is a    |
|      recovery move that recovers health depending on what field effect is  |
|      in play. If Sunny Day is active, then it restores about 2/3 of its    |
|      health, if there is nothing on the field then it restores 1/2 of its  |
|      health. If there are other weather conditions such as Sandstorm or    |
|      Rain Dance, then it is only 1/4th. If you are having trouble with     |
|      Moonlight, then consider using one of those moves. Vileplume is weak  |
|      to Psychic, Fire, Ice, and Flying moves.                              |
|                                                                            |
|      Her third Pokemon is Murkrow, which has Sucker Punch, Faint Attack,   |
|      Drill Peck, and Whirlwind. Sucker Punch will go first, but will only  |
|      work if you are using a damaging move that turn. Whirlwind will make  |
|      your Pokemon switch out. Murkrow is weak to Rock, Electric, and Ice   |
|      attacks, so Rock Throw, Thunder or Thunderbolt and Ice Beam/Blizzard  |
|      are recommended.                                                      |
|                                                                            |
|      Fourth up is Gengar, who has Focus Blast, Destiny Bond, Spite, and    |
|      Lick. Focus Blast is a inaccurate physical fighting move that is very |
|      powerful and has a 10% chance of lowering your Special Defense.       |
|      Destiny Bond is a nasty move that if Gengar uses it on you before you |
|      knock it out, you will faint. It will last up to 1 turn. Spite lowers |
|      your PP. Like other Gengar, Psychic, Ghost, and Dark moves are the way|
|      to beat it.                                                           |
|                                                                            |
|      Finally, there is Houndoom. It has a Sitrus Berry and has Nasty Plot, |
|      Dark Pulse, Flamethrower, and Crunch. Nasty Plot raises Special Attack|
|      up two levels, and Dark Pulse is a fairly decent dark attack that also|
|      has a 20% chance of causing you to flinch. Be careful if it uses Nasty|
|      Plot, since that makes Flamethrower and Dark Pulse much more powerful.|
|      Houndoom is weak to Fighting, Ground, Rock, and Water attacks.        |
|                                                                            |
|      Recommended Pokemon include: Machoke/Machamp/Hitmonlee/Hitmonchan for |
|      Umbreon and Houndoom. Piloswine/Sneasel/Jynx for Vileplume and Murkrow|
|      and Kadabra/Alakazam for Vileplume and Gengar. Recommended attacks    |
|      include Ice Beam, Flamethrower, Psychic (For Vileplume and Gengar),   |
|      Earthquake (for Houndoom), and a variety of attacks that her Pokemon  |
|      might be weak against.                                                |
\____________________________________________________________________________/

Finally, once you have beaten her, make sure you use any Hyper Potions/Full
Restores/Revives you can. Don't be afraid of restoring any PP you might have
lost with any Ethers or Elixirs you found along the way. Make sure you restore
rock and ice moves first, though.

If you have done well so far, then save. If not, then you might want to fight
the champion first before saving so you do not have to do it over again if you
are too underleveled. Once you are ready, keep going forward until you go into
auto mode, and fight the Champion, Lance.

/____________________________________________________________________________\
|Boss: Lance                                                                 |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Pokemon:                                                                    |
|Gyarados lv 46 (Flying/Water)                                               |
|Dragonite lv 49 (Dragon/Flying)                                             |
|Dragonite lv 49 (Dragon/Flying)                                             |
|Aerodactyl lv 48 (Rock/Flying)                                              |
|Charizard lv 48 (Fire/Flying)                                               |
|Dragonite lv 50 (Dragon/Flying)                                             |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Info: The final battle! Lance is the last trainer in the Elite Four, and    |
|      is a former member of the organization. His team is very similar to   |
|      his BY/FRLG team, but with 3 Dragonites instead of 1 and 2 Dragonairs |
|      and now with a Charizard. 4 of his Pokemon are very weak to Ice       |
|      attacks, so any you might have will be a big help. All have a common  |
|      weakness to Rock, however, so that might be a alternate if you do not |
|      have that many Ice attacks. His lowest level Pokemon is 46, and his   |
|      highest is 50, so your Pokemon should be around lv 45 and up. Any     |
|      lower and it can cause problems. Pokemon like Jynx, Gravler/Golem,    |
|      your own Gyarados with Ice Beam or Blizzard, or your starter is all   |
|      good.                                                                 |
|                                                                            |
|      First up is Gyarados, and he has Dragon Pulse, Flail, Waterfall, and  |
|      Ice Fang. Flail is a attack that goes up over time depending on how   |
|      much damage has been done to Gyarados. At 100% health, its base power |
|      is 20. Below 35% health left, it is 80. It can go all the way up to   |
|      200 base damage at around 4% health left, so be careful. Gyarados is  |
|      4x weak to Electric attacks, so a single Thunderbolt or Thunder will  |
|      quickly take care of it.                                              |
|                                                                            |
|      His second and third Pokemon are his identical Dragonites. They both  |
|      have Thunder Wave, Hyper Beam and Dragon Rush, with the only main     |
|      difference being that one has Thunder and the other has Blizzard.     |
|      Dragon Rush is a powerful, but inaccurate dragon type move that also  |
|      has a 20% chance of causing your Pokemon to flinch. Hyper Beam is a   |
|      powerful special attack that attacks the first turn, and then requires|
|      the user to miss his next turn. Thunder Wave paralyzes you unless you |
|      are a ground Pokemon. Dragonite is weak to Rock and Dragon attacks,   |
|      but is very weak to Ice, so Ice Beam or Blizzard are both preferred   |
|      if you have one of those attacks.                                     |
|                                                                            |
|      Fourth is Aerodactyl, which has Thunder Fang, Rock Slide, Aerial Ace  |
|      and Crunch. Aerodactyl actually has several weaknesses, including Rock|
|      Steel, Water, Electric, and Ice, so attacks like Surf, Thunderbolt,   |
|      Thunder, Ice Beam and such are all good.                              |
|                                                                            |
|      Fifth is Charizard, which has Air Slash, Fire Fang, Shadow Claw, and  |
|      Dragon Claw. Air Slash is a slightly inaccurate flying move with a    |
|      30% chance of causing you to flinch. Shadow Claw is a ghost move      |
|      that is accurate and has a high critical hit chance. Dragon Claw is a |
|      powerful Dragon attack that is accurate. Charizard is weak to Water   |
|      and Electric, and is 4x weak to Rock attacks, so Rock Throw or Slide  |
|      would be good as well as Surf.                                        |
|                                                                            |
|      Finally, there is his lv 50 Dragonite. It has a Sitrus Berry attached |
|      and has Safeguard, Outrage, Fire Blast, and Hyper Beam. Safeguard     |
|      prevents status conditions like poison or paralyze for about 5 turns. |
|      Outrage is a very powerful Dragon move that lasts for 2-3 turns and   |
|      then causes Dragonite to become confused. Be careful of this attack,  |
|      since its base damage is 120 per attack. Like the other two Dragonites|
|      you will want to use Rock or Ice attacks.                             |
\____________________________________________________________________________/

Once you beat Lance, DJ. Mary and Prof Oak will come in and talk to you. Lance
will then take you to the back and register you in the hall of fame. Once you
do that, you will watch the credits, which shows all the major trainers you
have encountered in Johto along the way in order. Congratulations, you have
beaten the Johto portion of the game!


Once the Credits are over and you boot up your save, you will be in your room.
Head downstairs and your mother will mention that Prof. Elm wants to see you.
Go over to his lab and talk to him and he will give you the S.S. Ticket.

Once you got the S.S. Ticket, fly down to Olivine and go to the docks. You
will find Prof Oak already there and he will give you the National Dex. This
allows you to register Pokemon from Hoenn and Sinnoh in your Pokedex (Any
Pokemon you transferred over previously should be registered now).

Talk to the sailor blocking the entrance to the docks and he will move out of
your way. Go down the docks and then talk to the other sailor blocking the
way to the ship to ride on the S.S. Aqua.

  ____
//J049|_____________________________________________________________________\\
||                              S.S. Aqua                                   ||
\\__________________________________________________________________________//

         ___________
        /Trainers :|
       |___________|___________________________________________\
       |Hiker                      |Pokefan                    |
       |Money: 1344p               |Money: 2560p               |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Bronzor lv 39 (Psy/Steel)  |Delibird lv 40 (Ice/Flying)|
       |Golem lv 42 (Rock/Ground)  |                           |
       |___________________________|___________________________|
       |Twins                      |Firebreather               |
       |Money: 2023p               |Money: 1152p               |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Phanpy lv 39 (Ground)      |Koffing lv 36 (Poison)     |
       |Teddiursa lv 39 (Normal)   |Koffing lv 36 (Poison)     |
       |                           |Flareon lv 39 (Fire)       |
       |___________________________|___________________________|
       |Sailor                     |Juggler                    |
       |Money: 1088p               |Money: 1184p               |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Machop lv 39 (Fighting)    |Mr. Mime lv 37 (Psychic)   |
       |Machoke lv 41 (Fighting)   |Magmar lv 37 (Fire)        |
       |Psyduck lv 34 (Water)      |Machoke lv 37 (Fighting)   |
       |___________________________|___________________________|
       |Sailor                     |Picknicker                 |
       |Money: 1280p               |Money: 656p                |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Raticate lv 40 (Normal)    |Seaking lv 41 (Water)      |
       |Makuhita lv 40 (Fighting)  |                           |
       \_______________________________________________________/


When you first enter the ship, you will run into a old man that mentions that
he cannot find his granddaughter. Anywho, each side of the ship has four
cabins, with the left side having the old man that you ran into in the upper
left room, the upper right has a Pokemon Fan and Twins, lower left one is
empty, while the lower right one has a hiker inside.

On the right side of the ship there is no one in the upper left cabin, the
upper right has a Firebreather inside, the lower left has a sleeping sailor
in it that will come into play later, and the lower right one is your cabin
where you can access the PC and heal your Pokemon by sleeping in the bed. One
thing you will notice if you battle the trainers is that many of the trainers
here have Hoenn and Sinnoh Pokemon. Many of the trainers on the Kanto side
will also have those Pokemon as well.

There is also a set of stairs that leads to the engine room below on the top
middle part. On the left side is a juggler who will fight you, while the
right side has a sailor that will fight and another sailor blocking the way
to the captains cabin. Once you have talked to the sailor downstairs, go
back upstairs and go in the lower left cabin on the right side where the
sleeping sailor was and talk to him. He will battle you, and then return to
his post.

Head back down to the basement and you will find that the sailor that was
blocking the way has moved. There is a Picknicker here you can fight, and a
ladder you can go up. Go up the ladder and you will be near the captains
quarters. Go inside and you will find the lost little girl and the captain.
Talk to them and the little girl will go and hide. Head back down the ladder
and go to the left side where the juggler is. She will be in the corner
trying to hide, although you can still see her.

She will then run back off to her grandfather and he will give you the Metal
Coat item, which increases the power of steel moves and makes it to where you
can evolve Scyther and Onix. Once you get the metal coat, you will be told
that the S.S. Aqua has landed in Vermillion City. Go back to the main lobby
and talk to the sailor blocking the way for him to move. Go through the
gatehouse and you will be on the docks of Vermillion City!


     _____
    /K001|
   /_____| ____________________________________________________________________
  /                                                                           /
 /                         K A N T O   G U I D E                             /
/___________________________________________________________________________/

Welcome to the Kanto guide, the second half of HeartGold and SoulSilver!
Unlike other games in the series, you have another 8 gyms to beat. The only
major difference is you can now do them in any order. This guide is written
in the order I took, so feel free to try a different path, since Kanto is
much more open ended now that you have all the HMs.


     _____
    /K002|
   /_____| ____________________________________________________________________
  /                                                                           /
 /                    V E R M I L L I O N   C I T Y                          /
/___________________________________________________________________________/


       /_____________________________________________________\
       |Fish/Surfing   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Tentacool      |90%                       |Surfing   |
       |Tentacruel     |10%                       |Surfing   |
       |Magikarp       |95% (O), 60% (G)          |Fishing   |
       |Tentacool      |5% (O), 30% (G)           |Fishing   |
       |Tentacruel     |7% (S)                    |Fishing   |
       |Chinchou       |7% (G), 60% (S)           |Fishing   |
       |Lanturn        |3% (S)                    |Fishing   |
       |Shellder       |3% (G), 30% (S)           |Fishing   |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Tree Headbutt  |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_______________|__________________________|__________|
       |Spearow        |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Heracross      |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Combee         |                          |Headbutt  |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Rock Smash     |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_______________|__________________________|__________|
       |Diglett        |90%                       |Rock Smash|
       |Shuckle        |10%                       |Rock Smash|
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |National Dex   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Wingull        |                          |Swarm     |
       \_____________________________________________________/

Pokemart:
/_____________________________\
|Item Name     |Price         |
|______________|______________|
|Poke Ball     |200p          |
|Great Ball    |600p          |
|Ultra Ball    |1,200p        |
|Net Ball      |1,000p        |
|Dusk Ball     |1,000p        |
|Quick Ball    |1,000p        |
|Potion        |300p          |
|Super Potion  |700p          |
|Hyper Potion  |1,200p        |
|Max Potion    |2,500p        |
|Full Restore  |3,000p        |
|Revive        |1,500p        |
|Antidote      |100p          |
|Paralyz Heal  |200p          |
|Awakening     |250p          |
|Burn Heal     |250p          |
|Ice Heal      |250p          |
|Full Heal     |600p          |
|Escape Rope   |550p          |
|Repel         |350p          |
|Super Repel   |500p          |
|Max Repel     |700p          |
|Air Mail      |50p           |
\-----------------------------/

Good 'ol Vermillion, it has changed little over the past 3 years. As you are
walking along the dock, you will see Suicune in the water. Eustine will then
come and talk to you about Suicune and leave once Suicune runs off.

As for Vermillion itself, there is not much you can do right now. The right
exit near Diglett's Cave and Route 11 is blocked by a Snorlax, which you will
not be able to wake up until you do a side quest. You can go to the Vermillion
Fan Club (The house on top of the gym) and talk to the chairman. He will give
you a Rare Candy for listening to him.

If you surf in the water via the paths near the gym, you can find a small
piece of land made up of sand that has a Luck Incense on it. Anywho, you can
either choose to do the gym now, or wait. However, we will go ahead and
mention the gym.



  ____
//K003|_____________________________________________________________________\\
||                           Vermillion Gym                                 ||
\\__________________________________________________________________________//

         ___________
        /Trainers :|
       |___________|___________________________________________\
       |Juggler                    |Guitarist                  |
       |Money: 1376p               |Money: 1088p               |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Electrode lv 43 (Electric) |Voltorb lv 43 (Electric)   |
       |Electrode lv 43 (Electric) |Magnemite lv 42 (Ele/Steel)|
       |Electrode lv 43 (Electric) |Jolteon lv 45 (Electric)   |
       |___________________________|___________________________/
       |Gentleman                  |
       |Money: 8400p               |
       |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |
       |Electrike lv 42 (Electric) |
       |Flaffy lv 43 (Electric)    |
       |Pikachu lv 46 (Electric)   |
       \___________________________/

Lt. Surge's Gym is slightly more lively then it was in Gen II, since it has
regained the same puzzle it had in RBY and FRLG. Same rules apply: there is a
random switch in one of the trash cans, with the other switch right next to
it either on the left, right, above, or below the trash can that had the
switch. If you fail to find it, the switches will randomize again. One trick
you can use is save your game once you find a switch, and then reload if you
do not find the second one. Once you find both switches, the path to Lt. Surge
will open.

/____________________________________________________________________________\
|Boss: Lt. Surge                                                             |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Pokemon:                                                                    |
|Raichu lv 51 (Electric)                                                     |
|Electrode lv 47 (Electric)                                                  |
|Electrode lv 47 (Electric)                                                  |
|Magneton lv 47 (Electric)                                                   |
|Electabuzz lv 53 (Electric)                                                 |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Info: Ah, Lt. Surge...One of the few Americans in the game. He is also one  |
|      that might be a little tough, since he has 5 Pokemon and yours should |
|      be roughly around the same level. All of his Pokemon share a common   |
|      weakness: Ground. If you got a Golem, Onix/Steelix, or a similar      |
|      ground Pokemon with Magnitude or Earthquake, this will be a easy      |
|      battle. Otherwise, make sure to bring your strongest Pokemon.         |
|                                                                            |
|      His first Pokemon is Raichu, which has Thunder Wave, Shock Wave, Quick|
|      Attack, and Double Team. One common trend you will find with most of  |
|      Surge's Pokemon is most of them will have Shock Wave (A move that does|
|      not miss) and Double Team (A move that makes it hard for you to hit   |
|      his Pokemon. Thunder Wave is a nasty move that paralyzes you, so be   |
|      careful of that. Like I said earlier, a ground Pokemon will be immune |
|      to all besides Quick Attack, so use that.                             |
|                                                                            |
|      Next up is the two Electrode he has. Both have Double Team, but one   |
|      has Thunder Wave, Shock Wave, and Light Screen, while the other has   |
|      Screech, SelfDestruct, and Charge Beam. Light Screen is a move that   |
|      halves Special Attack moves, Screech lowers your defense two levels,  |
|      Selfdestruct is a powerful Normal move that knocks out the user, but  |
|      does a ton of damage to your Pokemon, and Charge Beam is a somewhat   |
|      weak Electric move, but has a very high chance of increasing the users|
|      Special stat, making the move do more damage. Ground, once again, is  |
|      the way to go, since all of their attacks outside of Selfdestruct are |
|      Electric moves.                                                       |
|                                                                            |
|      Third is Magneton, which has Supersonic, Double Team, Shock Wave, and |
|      Mirror Shot. Supersonic has a chance of confusing you, and Mirror shot|
|      is a average damaging steel type attack that also has a 30% chance of |
|      lowering your accuracy. Magneton is the only dual type Pokemon on his |
|      team, so Fire attacks will work on it.                                |
|                                                                            |
|      Finally, there is his Electabuzz, which has Quick Attack, Shock Wave, |
|      Light Screen, and Low Kick. Low Kick does damage based on the weight  |
|      of the Pokemon he uses it on. Lighter Pokemon do not take as much     |
|      damage, while heavy Pokemon take the most. Like all the other Pokemon |
|      on Surge's team, Ground will work the best.                           |
\____________________________________________________________________________/

Once you beat Lt. Surge, he will give you the Thunder Badge and TM34, Shock
Wave. One nice touch is you will now be able to see the Kanto gym badges on
your status screen, a feature that was absent from Gen II. Once you are ready
to leave, head north to Route 6.

  ____
//K004|_____________________________________________________________________\\
||                               Route 6                                    ||
\\__________________________________________________________________________//

         ___________
        /Trainers :|
       |___________|___________________________________________\
       |Twins                      |Camper                     |
       |Money: 1312p               |Money: 688p                |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Plusle lv 41 (Electric)    |Slakoth lv 43 (Normal)     |
       |Minun lv 41 (Electric)     |                           |
       |___________________________|___________________________/
       |Picnicker                  |
       |Money: 672p                |
       |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |
       |Cherubi lv 42 (Grass)      |
       \___________________________/


       /_____________________________________________________\
       |Pokemon        |Morning  |Day    |Night   |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Pidgey (HG)    |60%      |60%    |-       |Normal    |
       |Pidgey (SS)    |30%      |30%    |-       |Normal    |
       |Abra           |10%      |10%    |10%     |Normal    |
       |Bellsprout     |30%      |30%    |10%     |Normal    |
       |Oddish (HG)    |-        |-      |60%     |Normal    |
       |Oddish (SS)    |-        |-      |30%     |Normal    |
       |Gloom          |-        |-      |10%     |HeartGold |
       |Meowth         |20%      |20%    |30%     |SoulSilver|
       |Magnemite      |10%      |10%    |10%     |SoulSilver|
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Fish/Surfing   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Psyduck        |90%                       |Surfing   |
       |Golduck        |10%                       |Surfing   |
       |Magikarp       |95% (O), 60% (G), 7% (S)  |Fishing   |
       |Poliwag        |5% (O), 40% (G), 93% (S)  |Fishing   |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Tree Headbutt  |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_______________|__________________________|__________|
       |Hoothoot       |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Pineco         |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Combee         |                          |Headbutt  |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |National Dex   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Whismur        |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Linoone        |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Buizel         |                          |S. Radio  |
       |Bidoof         |                          |S. Radio  |
       \_____________________________________________________/

When you first enter the route, you can get TM62 (Silver Wind) by going on the
left path when you first enter. There are several trainers here, including a
pair of twins for a double battle, and all of them have unique National Dex
Pokemon from Hoenn and Sinnoh.

When you get to the end of the route, you will find that the underground path
is closed due to a power shortage. Because of that, you can only use the
gatehouse to enter Saffron City.


     _____
    /K005|
   /_____| ____________________________________________________________________
  /                                                                           /
 /                        S A F F R O N   C I T Y                            /
/___________________________________________________________________________/


Pokemart:
/_____________________________\
|Item Name     |Price         |
|______________|______________|
|Poke Ball     |200p          |
|Great Ball    |600p          |
|Ultra Ball    |1,200p        |
|Quick Ball    |1,000p        |
|Dusk Ball     |1,000p        |
|Potion        |300p          |
|Super Potion  |700p          |
|Hyper Potion  |1,200p        |
|Max Potion    |2,500p        |
|Full Restore  |3,000p        |
|Revive        |1,500p        |
|Antidote      |100p          |
|Paralyz Heal  |200p          |
|Awakening     |250p          |
|Burn Heal     |250p          |
|Ice Heal      |250p          |
|Full Heal     |600p          |
|Escape Rope   |550p          |
|Repel         |350p          |
|Super Repel   |500p          |
|Max Repel     |700p          |
|Air Mail      |50p           |
\_____________________________/

Saffron has had a few chances since the last time you were here. In the upper
left corner is the Magnet Train Station, which will take you back to Goldenrod
once you get a ticket. You will not be able to do anything with it now, so
ignore it. The Copycat House has moved down a little below where the magnet
train station is, on the left of Sliph Co. You will need to go there later for
a side quest.

Sliph Co. has a few things to check out, but not too much. The guard won't let
you go up on the top floors like in GSC, but he will give you a Upgrade to
evolve your Porygon into a Porygon2 in a trade. Also, if you have a Rotom at
the beginning of your party, you can take the elevator down to a lower level
where the appliances from the secret room in Platinum are, allowing you to
change Rotom's form.

In the lower right of the city, you can find a house that has Mr. Psychic
inside, he will give you TM 29 (Psychic) when you talk to him. As for the
upper right part of the city, the Dojo is still there but is currently empty
since the Dojo master is at Mt. Mortar. It will come into play later on in
the game, though. The Saffron Gym is right next to it, which we will get to
in a minute. The upper gatehouse leads to Cerulean, the left one leads to
Celadon, and the right one leads to Lavender Town.

  ____
//K006|_____________________________________________________________________\\
||                            Saffron Gym                                   ||
\\__________________________________________________________________________//

         ___________
        /Trainers :|
       |___________|___________________________________________\
       |Medium                     |Psychic                    |
       |Money: 2160p               |Money: 1440p               |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Bronzor lv 45 (Steel/Psy)  |Mr. Mime lv 42 (Psychic)   |
       |Hypno lv 45 (Psychic)      |Exeggcute lv 42 (Grass/Psy)|
       |                           |Exeggcute lv 45 (Grass/Psy)|
       |___________________________|___________________________|
       |Medium                     |Psychic                    |
       |Money:                     |Money: 1504p               |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Slowpoke lv 44 (Water/Psy) |Kadabra lv 44 (Psychic)    |
       |Slowbro lv 46 (Water/Psy)  |Girafarig lv 47 (Normal/Psy|
       \_______________________________________________________/


The gym is the same layout it was in the previous games, only with less
trainers. if you do not know, there are 9 rooms total spread out in a 3 x 3
grid, with the entrance and gym leader room counting in those 9. There are 4
trainers total, all with Psychic Pokemon, although each has one with a dual
type.

If you want to get to Sabrina, then keep warping until you are in the upper
left room in the 3 x 3 grid (If you are not sure, it would be 10 'o Clock if
the Gym was shaped like a clock). Use the lower left warp tile to go to the
Gym Leader Room.


/____________________________________________________________________________\
|Boss: Sabrina                                                               |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Pokemon:                                                                    |
|Espeon lv 53 (Psychic)                                                      |
|Mr. Mime lv 53 (Psychic)                                                    |
|Alakazam lv 55 (Psychic)                                                    |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Info: Sabrina has gotten a new look since her GSC and FRLG days, now        |
|      sporting a more casual look. Unlike Surge, she only has 3 Pokemon     |
|      although all three of them are above lv 50. Dark and Ghost types are  |
|      the best types to use, so moves such as Crunch or Shadow Ball are all |
|      good. Be careful of using Gengar though, since it is part Poison type.|
|                                                                            |
|      First up is Espeon, which has Calm Mind, Shadow Ball, Psychic, and    |
|      Skill Swap. All three of Sabrina's Pokemon have Skill Swap and it is  |
|      her signature move for HG/SS. Skill Swap changes abilities with your  |
|      Pokemon, so be careful of using a Pokemon that might have a really    |
|      good ability. Calm Mind increases Espeon's Special Attack and Defense |
|      each turn, making it more powerful and harder to hit. Psychic and     |
|      Shadow Ball are both a very powerful Psychic and Ghost move in that   |
|      order.                                                                |
|                                                                            |
|      Next up is Mr. Mime, which has Mimic, Light Screen, Psychic, and Skill|
|      Swap. Light Screen halves the damage of Special attacks, while Mimic  |
|      copies your last move. Its only attack outside of Mimic is Psychic, so|
|      dark users will have resistance.                                      |
|                                                                            |
|      Finally, there is Sabrina's Alakazam, which has Psychic, Skill Swap,  |
|      Reflect, and Energy Ball. Reflect halves the damage of physical       |
|      attacks, while Energy Ball is a powerful Grass type move that has a   |
|      10% chance of lowering your Special Defense.                          |
|                                                                            |
|      Like I stated before, each of Sabrina's Pokemon is a pure Psychic     |
|      type, so bug, ghost, and dark moves are the best to use. Jolteon with |
|      Pin Missile, any Pokemon with Shadow Ball or Crunch also works best.  |
\____________________________________________________________________________/

Once you beat her, she will give you the Marsh Badge and TM 48 (Skill Swap).

You now have a choice, if you want to get the power back on, then head to
Cerulean City and go to the power plant to the east. However, for the sake of
this guide, we will make a counter clock motion and go to Celadon first.

  ____
//K007|_____________________________________________________________________\\
||                               Route 7                                    ||
\\__________________________________________________________________________//


       /_____________________________________________________\
       |Pokemon        |Morning  |Day    |Night   |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Rattata (HG)   |40%      |35%    |30%     |Normal    |
       |Rattata (SS)   |-        |-      |5%      |Normal    |
       |Raticate       |10%      |10%    |10%     |Normal    |
       |Spearow        |30%      |30%    |-       |Normal    |
       |Growlithe      |20%      |25%    |20%     |HeartGold |
       |Vulpix         |20%      |25%    |20%     |SoulSilver|
       |Meowth         |30%      |30%    |30%     |SoulSilver|
       |Persian        |5%       |5%     |5%      |SoulSilver|
       |Houndour       |-        |-      |5%      |Normal    |
       |_______________|__________________________|__________|
       |Tree Headbutt  |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_______________|__________________________|__________|
       |Spearow        |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Heracross      |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Combee         |                          |Headbutt  |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |National Dex   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Plusle         |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Minun          |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Shinx          |                          |S. Radio  |
       \_____________________________________________________/

Not much to this route, although it does have a few exclusive Pokemon. You
have a second chance to capture Growlithe or Vulpix if you did not do so
earlier, and can also capture the rare Houndour at night. You can also find
a Mental Herb by going up north past the grass patch. The underground path
to the Lavender Towns side is permanently closed off, so head west for now
into Celadon.

     _____
    /K008|
   /_____| ____________________________________________________________________
  /                                                                           /
 /                        C E L A D O N   C I T Y                            /
/___________________________________________________________________________/

       /_____________________________________________________\
       |Fish/Surfing   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Grimer         |90%                       |Surfing   |
       |Muk            |10%                       |Surfing   |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Tree Headbutt  |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_______________|__________________________|__________|
       |Heracross      |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Combee         |                          |Headbutt  |
       \_____________________________________________________/

Ah, just as big as it was in the previous games. If you go up on the path near
the Pokemon center and follow it to the left side behind the Celadon
Department Store, you can find TM 67 (Recycle). Also, if you go to the
Restaurant in Celadon, you can find Maylene from D/P/Pl eating there.

One small change from Gen II is you won't be able to enter the back of the
Celadon Mansion, and going inside will not let you get that far, since the
elevator leading up to the third floor is closed off for now. Once you get
all 16 badges however, you can come back and get the GB Sounds: A item that
changes the music in the game to the old Gen II versions.

Before you head to the gym, you might want to check out a few places, like the
Celadon Department Store and the Game Corner.

+========================+
|Celadon Department Store|
+========================+

2nd Floor: Recovery and Misc. Items
/_____________________________________\
|Item Name     |Price                 |
|______________|______________________|
|Potion        |300p                  |
|Super Potion  |700p                  |
|Hyper Potion  |1,200p                |
|Max Potion    |2,500p                |
|Revive        |1,500p                |
|Antidote      |100p                  |
|Paralyz Heal  |200p                  |
|Burn Heal     |250p                  |
|Ice Heal      |250p                  |
|Awakening     |250p                  |
|Full Heal     |600p                  |
|Poke Ball     |200p                  |
|Great Ball    |600p                  |
|Ultra Ball    |1,200p                |
|Escape Rope   |550p                  |
|Poke Doll     |1,000p                |
|Repel         |350p                  |
|Super Repel   |500p                  |
|Max Repel     |700p                  |
|Grass Mail    |50p                   |
|Flame Mail    |50p                   |
|Bubble Mail   |50p                   |
|Space Mail    |50p                   |
\_____________________________________/

3rd Floor: TMs
/_____________________________________\
|Item Name           |Price           |
|____________________|________________|
|TM 21 (Frustration) |1,000p          |
|TM 27 (Return)      |1,000p          |
|TM 87 (Swagger)     |1,500p          |
|TM 78 (Captivate)   |1,500p          |
|TM 12 (Taunt)       |1,500p          |
|TM 41 (Torment)     |1,500p          |
|TM 20 (Safeguard)   |2,000p          |
|TM 28 (Dig)         |2,000p          |
|TM 76 (Stealth Rock)|2,000p          |
|TM 55 (Brine)       |3,000p          |
|TM 72 (Avalanche)   |3,000p          |
|TM 79 (Dark Pulse)  |3,000p          |
\_____________________________________/

4th Floor: Mail
/_____________________________________\
|Item Name     |Price                 |
|______________|______________________|
|Air Mail      |50p                   |
|Tunnel Mail   |50p                   |
|Bloom Mail    |50p                   |
\_____________________________________/

5th Floor: EV Items
/_____________________________________\
|Item Name     |Price                 |
|______________|______________________|
|HP UP         |9800                  |
|Carbos        |9800                  |
|Zinc          |9800                  |
|Calcium       |9800                  |
|Iron          |9800                  |
|Protein       |9800                  |
|X Attack      |500                   |
|X Defend      |550                   |
|X Speed       |350                   |
|X Special     |350                   |
|X Sp. Def.    |350                   |
|X Accuracy    |950                   |
|Guard Spec    |700                   |
|Dire Hit      |650                   |
\_____________________________________/

5th Floor: Vending Machines
/_____________________________________\
|Item Name     |Price                 |
|______________|______________________|
|Fresh Water   |200p                  |
|Soda Pop      |300p                  |
|Lemonade      |350p                  |
\_____________________________________/

One nice surprise is you can find Crasher Wake on the second floor, who will
give you the Sinnoh Starter mask accessories and then leave. There are a few
nice TMs, with several of them being old gym leader TMs from D/P/Pl.


+===================+
|Celadon Game Corner|
+===================+

Pokemon:
/_______________________________\
|Name               |Price      |
|___________________|___________|
|Mr. Mime           |3,333 Coins|
|Eevee              |6,666 Coins|
|Porygon            |9,999 Coins|
\_______________________________/

Items:
/________________________________\
|Name               |Price       |
|___________________|____________|
|TM 58 Endure       |2,000 Coins |
|TM 32 Double Team  |4,000 Coins |
|TM 10 Hidden Power |6,000 Coins |
|TM 29 Psychic      |10,000 Coins|
|TM 74 Gyro Ball    |10,000 Coins|
|TM 68 Giga Impact  |15,000 Coins|
\________________________________/

Slightly redesigned from Gen II, the Game Corner now has the attendants in the
middle of the room with the two rows of slot machines on each side. The slots
are the exact same as they are in Goldenrod, and the same coins will work here
as well. And for the prizes, you can get a few rare Pokemon, such as Eevee and
Porygon.

Once you are ready, head to the Celadon Gym. You will still need cut to get to
it, so make sure you have a Pokemon that can use it.
  ____
//K009|_____________________________________________________________________\\
||                            Celadon Gym                                   ||
\\__________________________________________________________________________//

         ___________
        /Trainers :|
       |___________|___________________________________________\
       |Twins                      |Picnicker                  |
       |Money: 1504p               |Money: 784p                |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Victreebel lv 47 (Grass/Poi|Exeggutor lv 49 (Grass/Psy)|
       |Vileplume lv 47 (Gras/Poi) |                           |
       |___________________________|___________________________|
       |Lass                       |Beauty                     |
       |Money: 736p                |Money: 2632p               |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Skiploom lv 44 (Grass/Fly) |Paras lv 44 (Grass/Bug)    |
       |Hoppip lv 45 (Grass/Flying)|Parasect lv 47 (Grass/Bug) |
       |Jumpluff lv 46 (Grass/Fly) |Carnivine lv 44 (Grass)    |
       \_______________________________________________________/

Out of all the Gyms in Kanto, Celadon is one of the few that has changed quite
a bit since Gen I, II, and III. There is now a log maze that you have to
navigate, where the wrong turn will lead you toward a trainer. You will need
cut in the gym as well. To get to Erika, follow these directions:

1. Use cut on the middle log and go left when there is a opening.

2. Go up and then go right, and then go up the path until you are in the far
   right log.

3. Keep going up until you find a exit to the right, and then go up and then
   left, and then go down and go left into the middle one.

4. Go up and go through the left path. Go down, and then left, and then up
   and left. Use cut on the tree and go right some more and cut through
   the other tree. Go up and you will find Erika.

/____________________________________________________________________________\
|Boss: Erika                                                                 |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Pokemon:                                                                    |
|Jumpluff lv 51 (Grass/Flying)                                               |
|Tangela lv 52 (Grass)                                                       |
|Victreebel lv 56 (Grass/Poison)                                             |
|Bellossom lv 56 (Grass)                                                     |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Info: Erika has not changed much since FR/LG or GSC, although her team is   |
|      now much stronger, on average being about 10 levels higher. Unlike the|
|      previous two gym leaders, several of her Pokemon have multiple types, |
|      with Jumpluff having a flying type and Victreebel having a Poison     |
|      type. She has multiple weaknesses, with the most effective being ice, |
|      fire, flying, and Psychic for Victreebel.                             |
|                                                                            |
|      Her first Pokemon is Jumpluff, which has Leech Seed, U-Turn, Giga     |
|      Drain, and Sunny Day. Giga Drain is her staple attack, which has a    |
|      base of 60 damage and the Pokemon using it recovers 1/2 of the damage |
|      done to the other Pokemon. U-Turn is the same move Bugsy uses, which  |
|      damages the Pokemon and then switches out to another one. Leech Seed  |
|      slowly saps your energy at the end of each turn and recovers some of  |
|      Jumpluff's HP. Finally, Sunny Day is a move that boosts Fire attacks, |
|      but also allows the instant use of Solar Beam. Jumpluff is majorly    |
|      weak to Ice attacks, so use Ice Beam if you have it.                  |
|                                                                            |
|      Her second Pokemon is Tangela, which knows Ancientpower, Wring Out,   |
|      Giga Drain, and Sleep Powder. Ancientpower is a rock Move that has a  |
|      small chance of boosting Tangela's stats up. Wring Out is a normal    |
|      type move that does more damage depending on the users HP. It is based|
|      on this: 120 x Your Current HP/Your Max HP. The lower your HP is, the |
|      weaker the attack is. Sleep Powder does what is says: Puts you to     |
|      sleep.                                                                |
|                                                                            |
|      Next is Victreebel, which has Sunny Day, Grass Knot, Leaf Storm, and  |
|      Razor Leaf. Grass Knot is similar to Low Kick in that the higher the  |
|      weight of the Pokemon, the more damage it does. Leaf Storm is like    |
|      Overheat where is has a very high base damage of 140, but lowers the  |
|      users attack two levels. Finally, Razor Leaf is a average grass attack|
|      with a higher crit ratio. Victreebel is also weak to Psychic moves due|
|      to its Poison type, so that might be a type to use.                   |
|                                                                            |
|      Her final Pokemon is Bellossom, which has Sunny Day, SolarBeam, Giga  |
|      Drain, and Synthesis. If she uses Sunny Day before using Solar Beam,  |
|      then it will not require any charging up. Synthesis is also affected  |
|      by Sunny Day, since it will recover 2/3s of its HP when it is in      |
|      effect.                                                               |
|                                                                            |
|      The best Pokemon to use during this battle is fire Pokemon, since     |
|      Sunny Day benefits them most of the time more then Erika's own        |
|      Pokemon. Fire Blast and Flamethrower are both good ones to use, as    |
|      well as Ice Beam and Blizzard.                                        |
\____________________________________________________________________________/

Once you beat her, you will get TM19 (Giga Drain) and the Rainbow Badge.

  ____
//K010|_____________________________________________________________________\\
||                             Route 16                                     ||
\\__________________________________________________________________________//

       /_____________________________________________________\
       |Pokemon        |Morning  |Day    |Night   |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Grimer         |50%      |50%    |80%     |Normal    |
       |Muk            |5%       |5%     |5%      |Normal    |
       |Fearow         |40%      |40%    |-       |Normal    |
       |Slugma         |5%       |5%     |5%      |Normal    |
       |Murkrow        |-        |-      |10%     |Normal    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Tree Headbutt  |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_______________|__________________________|__________|
       |Spearow        |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Heracross      |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Combee         |                          |Headbutt  |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |National Dex   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Plusle         |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Minun          |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Shinx          |                          |S. Radio  |
       \_____________________________________________________/

Route 16 has changed slightly since the FRLG days, now having a elevated area
where you need cut to get to the grass patch. If you go further down past the
area you cut at, you will find the house you got fly from in FRLG, although
there is not much of interest there. Once you are ready, head further down to
the gatehouse. You must be on your bike to enter Cycling Road, or they will
not let you pass.

  ____
//K011|_____________________________________________________________________\\
||                        Route 17/Cycling Road                             ||
\\__________________________________________________________________________//

         ___________
        /Trainers :|
       |___________|___________________________________________\
       |Biker                      |Biker                      |
       |Money:                     |Money:                     |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Weezing lv 45 (Poison)     |Gulpin lv 47 (Poison)      |
       |___________________________|___________________________|
       |Biker                      |Biker                      |
       |Money:                     |Money:                     |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: Yes               |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Magmar lv 43 (Fire)        |Arbok lv 42 (Poison)       |
       |Magmar lv 43 (Fire)        |Weezing lv 48 (Poison)     |
       |___________________________|___________________________|
       |Biker                      |Biker                      |
       |Money:                     |Money:                     |
       |Phone #: Yes               |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Magmar lv 43 (Fire)        |Croagunk lv 45 (Poison)    |
       |Tentacruel lv 43(Water/Poi)|                           |
       |___________________________|___________________________|
       |Biker                      |Biker                      |
       |Money:                     |Money:                     |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Gulpin lv 39 (Poison)      |Koffing lv 39 (Poison)     |
       |Weezing lv 37 (Poison)     |Weezing lv 43 (Poison)     |
       |Weezing lv 37 (Poison)     |Magmar lv 41 (Fire)        |
       |___________________________|___________________________|
       |Biker                      |Biker                      |
       |Money:                     |Money:                     |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Skorupi lv 47 (Bug/Poison) |Seviper lv 46 (Poison)     |
       |___________________________|___________________________/
       |Biker                      |
       |Money:                     |
       |Phone #: Yes               |
       |===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |
       |Teddiursa lv 45 (Normal)   |
       |Marill lv 44 (Water)       |
       \___________________________/


       /_____________________________________________________\
       |Pokemon        |Morning  |Day    |Night   |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Grimer         |50%      |50%    |80%     |Normal    |
       |Muk            |5%       |5%     |15%     |Normal    |
       |Fearow         |40%      |40%    |-       |Normal    |
       |Slugma         |5%       |5%     |5%      |Normal    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |National Dex   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Plusle         |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Minun          |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Shinx          |                          |S. Radio  |
       \_____________________________________________________/

Cycling Road has changed quite a bit since the last time you saw it. There are
now two paths: Each with their own amount of bikers. This is a good area if
you want to train for the upcoming gym due to all the trainers. This is also
one of the few places you can catch a Slugma at, so make sure you pick one up.
When you reach the bottom, you will be on Route 18.

  ____
//K012|_____________________________________________________________________\\
||                            Route 18                                      ||
\\__________________________________________________________________________//

         ___________
        /Trainers :|
       |___________|___________________________________________\
       |Biker                      |Bird Keeper                |
       |Money:                     |Money:                     |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Koffing lv 41 (Poison)     |Doduo lv 39 (Normal/Flying)|
       |Weezing lv 42 (Poison)     |Doduo lv 37 (Normal/Flying)|
       |Charmeleon lv 41 (Fire)    |Dodrio lv 41 (Normal/Fly)  |
       |___________________________|___________________________/
       |Bird Keeper                |
       |Money:                     |
       |Phone #:                   |
       |===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |
       |Noctowl lv 48 (Normal/Fly) |
       \___________________________/


       /_____________________________________________________\
       |Pokemon        |Morning  |Day    |Night   |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Grimer         |50%      |50%    |80%     |Normal    |
       |Muk            |5%       |5%     |15%     |Normal    |
       |Fearow         |40%      |40%    |-       |Normal    |
       |Slugma         |5%       |5%     |5%      |Normal    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Tree Headbutt  |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_______________|__________________________|__________|
       |Hoothoot       |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Spinarak (HG)  |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Ledyba (SS)    |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Wurmple        |                          |Headbutt  |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |National Dex   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Plusle         |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Minun          |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Shinx          |                          |S. Radio  |
       \_____________________________________________________/

Not much to Route 18. It is the bottom of the Cycling Route, and the first
part of the route is the area before you reach Fuchisia City. You can fight
some bird tamers on the other side of the gatehouse if you want. The Pokemon
here are the same ones you saw on Cycling Road. Head east to enter Fuchisia
City.
     _____
    /K013|
   /_____| ____________________________________________________________________
  /                                                                           /
 /                     F U C H I S I A   C I T Y                             /
/___________________________________________________________________________/


       /_____________________________________________________\
       |Fish/Surfing   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Magikarp       |100%                      |Surfing   |
       |Magikarp       |100% (O), 97% (G), 70% (S)|Fishing   |
       |Gyarados       |3% (G), 30% (S)           |Fishing   |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Tree Headbutt  |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_______________|__________________________|__________|
       |Hoothoot       |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Spinarak (HG)  |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Ledyba (SS)    |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Wurmple        |                          |Headbutt  |
       \_____________________________________________________/

Pokemart:
/_____________________________\
|Item Name     |Price         |
|______________|______________|
|Poke Ball     |200p          |
|Great Ball    |600p          |
|Ultra Ball    |1,200p        |
|Quick Ball    |1,000p        |
|Dusk Ball     |1,000p        |
|Potion        |300p          |
|Super Potion  |700p          |
|Hyper Potion  |1,200p        |
|Max Potion    |2,500p        |
|Full Restore  |3,000p        |
|Revive        |1,500p        |
|Antidote      |100p          |
|Paralyz Heal  |200p          |
|Awakening     |250p          |
|Burn Heal     |250p          |
|Ice Heal      |250p          |
|Full Heal     |600p          |
|Escape Rope   |550p          |
|Repel         |350p          |
|Super Repel   |500p          |
|Max Repel     |700p          |
|Steel Mail    |50p           |
\_____________________________/

Fuchisia has changed quite a bit in the 3 years since the previous games, now
looking more...Fuchisia. Like the previous games, the Safari Zone has been
taken out, but has now been replaced with the Pal Park. It is similar to the
one from D/P/Pl, but now drops the per day limit like the previous games had.
Near the gate to the Pal Park is a Juggler that will trade you 3 berries for
shards.

Otherwise, there is not much else to do. If you try to go south, you will find
the beach to be barricaded. You can go east onto Route 15, but you might want
to fight the gym leader before you continue.

  ____
//K014|_____________________________________________________________________\\
||                            Fuchisia Gym                                  ||
\\__________________________________________________________________________//

         ___________
        /Trainers :|
       |___________|___________________________________________\
       |Picnicker                  |Camper                     |
       |Money: 768p                |Money: 768p                |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Nidoqueen lv 48(Poi/Ground)|Nidoking (Poison/Ground)   |
       |___________________________|___________________________|
       |Lass                       |Lass                       |
       |Money:                     |Money:                     |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Gloom lv 41 (Grass/Poison) |Bulbasaur lv 41 (Grass/Poi)|
       |Arbok lv 45 (Poison)       |Ivysaur lv 43 (Grass/Poi)  |
       |Vileplume lv 41 (Grass/Poi)|Venusaur lv 45 (Grass/Poi) |
       \_______________________________________________________/

Similar to the first games where there is a invisible barrier blocking your
way, you will have to navigate the Fuchisia gym in a similar manner. However,
the new trick is that everyone in the gym is disguised as the gym leader. In
the previous generations, Janine was on the left side. However, in HG/SS, she
is now in the middle like her father was. Go around the right side and follow
the path until you reach the middle.

/____________________________________________________________________________\
|Boss: Janine                                                                |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Pokemon:                                                                    |
|Crobat lv 47 (Poison/Flying)                                                |
|Weezing lv 44 (Poison)                                                      |
|Ariados lv 47 (Bug/Poison)                                                  |
|Ariados lv 47 (Bug/Poison)                                                  |
|Venomoth lv 50 (Bug/Poison)                                                 |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Info: Janine is one of the new Gym Leaders of Kanto, and is Koga's daughter,|
|      meaning many of her Pokemon are similar. All of her Pokemon are part  |
|      poison, with 3 out of the 5 being Bug types, making them extra weak to|
|      flying and fire, and the other being part flying and being weak to    |
|      ice, rock, and electric attacks.                                      |
|                                                                            |
|      Her first Pokemon is Crobat, which has Confuse Ray, Screech, Wing     |
|      Attack, and Supersonic. Screech lowers your defense two levels, and   |
|      Supersonic and Confuse Ray have a chance of causing confusion. Ice,   |
|      Electric, Rock, and Psychic attacks are all effective here.           |
|                                                                            |
|      Second up is Weezing, which has Toxic, Explosion, Sludge Bomb, and    |
|      Double Hit. Sludge Bomb is a special poison move which has a 30%      |
|      chance of poisoning the target, and explosion is a very powerful move |
|      that causes Weezing to faint, but does a lot of damage to your        |
|      Pokemon. Weezing is the only pure Poison type on her team, so you can |
|      really only use Psychic against it to get a super effective hit,      |
|      since Weezing has levitate and cannot be affected by ground type      |
|      moves.                                                                |
|                                                                            |
|      Her third and fourth Pokemon are Ariados, both being the same level   |
|      but having two different moves. Both have Poison Jab and Pin Missile, |
|      while one has Swagger and Night Shade and the other having Psychic and|
|      screech. Swagger increases your attack two levels, but causes you to  |
|      become confused, while Night Shade does damage based on your current  |
|      level, so if you are lv 50 you will take 50 damage. Psychic, Ground,  |
|      Fire, and Flying are all effective.                                   |
|                                                                            |
|      Her final Pokemon is Venomoth, which has Double Team, Psychic, Sludge |
|      Bomb, and Signal Beam ans has a Sitrus Berry for when its HP gets low.|
|      Double Team increases its evasiveness, which allows it to dodge your  |
|      attacks the more it uses it, and Signal Beam is a bug type move that  |
|      has a 10% chance of causing confusion. Like Ariados, it is weak to    |
|      Flying, Fire, and Psychic attacks.                                    |
\____________________________________________________________________________/

Once you beat her, she will give you the Soul Badge and TM84 (Poison Jab). Now
that you have that out of the way, head east to Route 15.

  ____
//K015|_____________________________________________________________________\\
||                            Route 15                                      ||
\\__________________________________________________________________________//

         ___________
        /Trainers :|
       |___________|___________________________________________\
       |School Kid                 |School Kid                 |
       |Money: 840p                |Money: 700p                |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Bellsprout lv 39(Grass/Poi)|Parasect lv 39 (Grass/Bug) |
       |Weepinbell lv 39(Grass/Poi)|Poliwhirl lv 40 (Water)    |
       |Victreebel lv 39(Grass/Poi)|Ditto lv 35 (Normal)       |
       |___________________________|___________________________|
       |PokeFan                    |Teacher                    |
       |Money: 2624p               |Money: 2160p               |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Spinda lv 43 (Normal)      |Clefairy lv 45 (Normal)    |
       |Volbeat lv 41 (Bug)        |                           |
       |___________________________|___________________________|
       |Twins                      |School Kid                 |
       |Money: 1313p               |Money: 860p                |
       |Phone #: Yes               |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Quagsire lv 41 (Water/Gro) |Xatu lv 41 (Psychic/Flying)|
       |Quagsire lv 41 (Water/Gro) |Alakazam lv 43 (Psychic)   |
       |___________________________|___________________________|
       |PokeFan                    |School Kid                 |
       |Money: 2624p               |Money: 800p                |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Spinda lv 43 (Normal)      |Voltorb lv 36 (Electric)   |
       |Illumise lv 41 (Bug)       |Voltorb lv 40 (Electric)   |
       |                           |Magneton lv 40 (Ele/Steel) |
       |                           |Magnemite lv 26 (Ele/Steel)|
       |___________________________|___________________________/
       |Teacher                    |
       |Money: 1488p               |
       |Phone #: Yes               |
       |===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |
       |Sunkern lv 41 (Grass)      |
       |Aipom lv 41 (Normal)       |
       \___________________________/


       /_____________________________________________________\
       |Pokemon        |Morning  |Day    |Night   |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Nidorina       |30%      |30%    |30%     |Normal    |
       |Nidorino       |30%      |30%    |30%     |Normal    |
       |Pidgeotto      |20%      |20%    |-       |Normal    |
       |Noctowl        |-        |-      |20%     |Normal    |
       |Hoppip         |19%      |19%    |-       |Normal    |
       |Quagsire       |-        |-      |19%     |Normal    |
       |Chansey        |1%       |1%     |1%      |Normal    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Tree Headbutt  |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_______________|__________________________|__________|
       |Hoothoot       |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Spinarak (HG)  |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Ledyba (SS)    |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Wurmple        |                          |Headbutt  |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |National Dex   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Plusle         |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Minun          |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Shinx          |                          |S. Radio  |
       \_____________________________________________________/


Route 15 has changed a little bit since the old days. It now slopes down when
you are leaving from Fuchsia, and requires you to go on the upper path if you
are coming from Route 14. You can get a Rose Incense by going down the slope
from Fuchsia, and you can get a PP Up from the Item Ball by taking the upper
path. Keep going right and you will reach route 14.

  ____
//K016|_____________________________________________________________________\\
||                           Route 14/13                                    ||
\\__________________________________________________________________________//

         ___________
        /Trainers :|
       |___________|___________________________________________\
       |Bird Keeper                |PokeFan                    |
       |Money: 1184p               |Money: 2688p               |
       |Phone #: Yes               |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Fearow lv 37 (Normal/Fly)  |Psyduck lv 42 (Water)      |
       |___________________________|___________________________|
       |Pokefan                    |Bird Keeper                |
       |Money: 2688p               |Money: 1408p               |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Bulbasaur lv 38 (Grass/Poi)|Fearow lv 38 (Normal/Fly)  |
       |Charmander lv 38 (Fire)    |Fearow lv 44 (Normal/Fly)  |
       |Squirtle lv 38 (Water)     |                           |
       |___________________________|___________________________|
       |School Kid                 |Teacher                    |
       |Money: 840p                |Money: 2064p               |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Zigzagoon lv 42 (Normal)   |Zigzagoon lv 41 (Normal)   |
       |                           |Roselia lv 43 (Grass/Poi)  |
       |___________________________|___________________________|
       |School Kid                 |School Kid                 |
       |Money: 780p                |Money: 840p                |
       |Phone #: Yes               |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Sandslash lv 41 (Ground)   |Budew lv 42 (Grass/Poison) |
       |Golbat lv 39 (Poison/Fly)  |                           |
       \_______________________________________________________/


       /_____________________________________________________\
       |Pokemon        |Morning  |Day    |Night   |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Nidorina       |30%      |30%    |30%     |Normal    |
       |Nidorino       |30%      |30%    |30%     |Normal    |
       |Pidgeotto      |20%      |20%    |-       |Normal    |
       |Noctowl        |-        |-      |20%     |Normal    |
       |Hoppip         |10%      |10%    |-       |Normal    |
       |Skiploom       |9%       |9%     |-       |Normal    |
       |Quagsire       |-        |-      |19%     |Normal    |
       |Chansey        |1%       |1%     |1%      |Normal    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Tree Headbutt  |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_______________|__________________________|__________|
       |Hoothoot       |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Spinarak (HG)  |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Ledyba (SS)    |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Wurmple        |                          |Headbutt  |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |National Dex   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Plusle         |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Minun          |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Shinx          |                          |S. Radio  |
       \_____________________________________________________/

A semi-small route, but still somewhat important. If you stick to the right
side where the wind generators are, you will see Suicune and Eustine will
come and talk to you. Keep going up north to Route 13.

+========+
|Route 13|
+========+

         ___________
        /Trainers :|
       |___________|___________________________________________\
       |Bird Keeper                |Picnicker                  |
       |Money: 1312p               |Money: 640p                |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Tailow lv 41 (Normal/Fly)  |Spoink lv 40 (Psychic)     |
       |Fearow lv 41 (Normal/Fly)  |                           |
       |___________________________|___________________________|
       |Bird Keeper                |Young Couple               |
       |Money: 1344p               |Money: 5888p               |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: Yes               |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Farfetch'd lv 42 (Nor/Fly) |Kadabra lv 41 (Psychic)    |
       |                           |Psyduck lv 46 (Water)      |
       |___________________________|___________________________|
       |Pokefan                    |Pokefan                    |
       |Money: 2048p               |Money: 4160p               |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Pikachu lv 32 (Electric)   |Nidoking lv 29 (Gro/Poison)|
       |Pikachu lv 32 (Electric)   |Slowking lv 29 (Water/Psy) |
       |Pikachu lv 32 (Electric)   |Magikarp lv 65 (Water)     |
       |Pikachu lv 32 (Electric)   |                           |
       |Pikachu lv 32 (Electric)   |                           |
       |Pikachu lv 32 (Electric)   |                           |
       |___________________________|___________________________|
       |Picnicker                  |Camper                     |
       |Money: 656                 |Money: 640p                |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Whismur lv 41 (Normal)     |Buizel lv 40 (Water)       |
       |___________________________|___________________________|
       |Camper                     |Hiker                      |
       |Money: 608p                |Money: 1056p               |
       |Phone #: Yes               |Phone #: Yes               |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Sudowoodo lv 38 (Rock)     |Sandslash lv 27 (Ground)   |
       |                           |Gravler lv 29 (Rock/Ground)|
       |                           |Golem lv 33 (Rock/Ground)  |
       \_______________________________________________________/


       /_____________________________________________________\
       |Pokemon        |Morning  |Day    |Night   |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Nidorina       |30%      |30%    |30%     |Normal    |
       |Nidorino       |30%      |30%    |30%     |Normal    |
       |Pidgeotto      |20%      |20%    |-       |Normal    |
       |Noctowl        |-        |-      |20%     |Normal    |
       |Hoppip         |19%      |19%    |-       |Normal    |
       |Quagsire       |-        |-      |19%     |Normal    |
       |Chansey        |1%       |1%     |1%      |Normal    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Fish/Surfing   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Tentacool      |60%                       |Surfing   |
       |Tentacruel     |10%                       |Surfing   |
       |Quagsire       |30%                       |Surfing   |
       |Magikarp       |95% (O), 60% (G), 7% (S)  |Fishing   |
       |Tentacool      |5% (O), 40% (G), 90% (S)  |Fishing   |
       |Qwilfish       |3% (S)                    |Fishing   |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Tree Headbutt  |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_______________|__________________________|__________|
       |Hoothoot       |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Spinarak (HG)  |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Ledyba (SS)    |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Wurmple        |                          |Headbutt  |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |National Dex   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Whismur        |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Linoone        |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Buizel         |                          |S. Radio  |
       |Bidoof         |                          |S. Radio  |
       \_____________________________________________________/

Route 13 is the same as it has always been, full of trainers and is a gigantic
maze. Your main goal is to get to the right side, although the path is pretty
straightforward. There are a couple of dead ends where you can get some hidden
items if you press A. Keep going right and go up until you reach Route 12.

  ____
//K017|_____________________________________________________________________\\
||                            Route 12                                      ||
\\__________________________________________________________________________//

         ___________
        /Trainers :|
       |___________|___________________________________________\
       |Fisherman                  |Bird Keeper                |
       |Money: 1248p               |Money: 1248p               |
       |Phone #: Yes               |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Goldeen lv 39 (Water)      |Xatu lv 44 (Psychic/Flying)|
       |Goldeen lv 39 (Water)      |Noctowl lv 39 (Normal/Fly) |
       |Qwilfish lv 35 (Water/Poi) |                           |
       |___________________________|___________________________|
       |Fisherman                  |Young Couple               |
       |Money: 1344p               |Money: 5504p               |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Remoraid lv 36 (Water)     |Magmar lv 44 (Fire)        |
       |Octillery lv 42 (Water)    |Sunflora lv 43 (Grass)     |
       |___________________________|___________________________|
       |Fisherman                  |Bird Keeper                |
       |Money: 1216p               |Money: 1248p               |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Quagsire lv 43 (Water/Gro) |Fearow lv 42 (Fly/Normal)  |
       |Qwilfish lv 38 (Water/Poi) |Spearow lv 39 (Fly/Normal) |
       |Tentacruel lv 38(Water/Poi)|                           |
       |___________________________|___________________________|
       |Fisherman                  |Fisherman                  |
       |Money: 1184p               |Money: 576p                |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: Yes               |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Gyarados lv 40 (Water/Fly) |Magikarp lv 18 (Water)     |
       |Gyarados lv 37 (Water/Fly) |Magikarp lv 18 (Water)     |
       |Gyarados lv 37 (Water/Fly) |Magikarp lv 18 (Water)     |
       \_______________________________________________________/


       /_____________________________________________________\
       |Fish/Surfing   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Tentacruel     |70%                       |Surfing   |
       |Quagsire       |30%                       |Surfing   |
       |Magikarp       |95% (O), 60% (G), 7% (S)  |Fishing   |
       |Tentacool      |5% (O), 40% (G), 90% (S)  |Fishing   |
       |Qwilfish       |3% (S)                    |Fishing   |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Tree Headbutt  |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_______________|__________________________|__________|
       |Hoothoot       |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Spinarak (HG)  |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Ledyba (SS)    |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Wurmple        |                          |Headbutt  |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |National Dex   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Relicanth      |                          |Swarm     |
       \_____________________________________________________/


Route 12 is as big as it has always been, although it now lacks a few of the
platforms for fishing up near the beginning of the route. When you reach the
halfway point, you will find a house with a fisherman inside who will give you
a Super Rod if you talk to him. You can also get a calcium if you chop down
the tree that is below the house.

You can either go to Route 11 by going west near the house, although the end
of that route is blocked by a Snorlax, or you can keep going up to Lavender
Town, where you need to go next.

     _____
    /K018|
   /_____| ____________________________________________________________________
  /                                                                           /
 /                      L A V E N D E R   T O W N                            /
/___________________________________________________________________________/


Pokemart:
/_____________________________\
|Item Name     |Price         |
|______________|______________|
|Poke Ball     |200p          |
|Great Ball    |600p          |
|Ultra Ball    |1,200p        |
|Quick Ball    |1,000p        |
|Dusk Ball     |1,000p        |
|Potion        |300p          |
|Super Potion  |700p          |
|Hyper Potion  |1,200p        |
|Max Potion    |2,500p        |
|Full Restore  |3,000p        |
|Revive        |1,500p        |
|Antidote      |100p          |
|Paralyz Heal  |200p          |
|Awakening     |250p          |
|Burn Heal     |250p          |
|Ice Heal      |250p          |
|Full Heal     |600p          |
|Escape Rope   |550p          |
|Repel         |350p          |
|Super Repel   |500p          |
|Max Repel     |700p          |
|Snow Mail     |50P           |
\_____________________________/

Lavender Town has not changed much since GSC. Pokemon Tower has been converted
into a radio tower like before, and the graves moves to a memorial site below
the tower. The Pokemon name rater's tent also appears if you want to get your
Pokemon's name changed.

At this point, you have one of two choices:

1.  You can go north through the rock tunnel and head to Cerulean that way.
    However, you will need to have a Pokemon with Flash before you can enter,
    and if you do not you will have to wait until later.

or

2. Go through the route on your left to Saffron, and then take the route up
   to Cerulean

For the sake of this guide, we will take the Rock Tunnel route.


  ____
//K019|_____________________________________________________________________\\
||                        Route 10 (Lavender Side)                          ||
\\__________________________________________________________________________//

         ___________
        /Trainers :|
       |___________|___________________________________________\
       |Hiker                      |PokeFan                    |
       |Money: 1440p               |Money: 2752p               |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Machamp lv 45 (Fighting)   |Quagsire lv 43 (Water/Grnd)|
       \_______________________________________________________/

When you first enter the route, you will see a boulder puzzle. If you push the
boulder up, you can get the item ball with TM 69 (Rock Polish). Also, if you
encounter the trainer on the right, then you will have to go back to Lavender
Town and re-enter so the trainer resets. Once you are ready, enter the Rock
Tunnel.

  ____
//K020|_____________________________________________________________________\\
||                            Rock Tunnel                                   ||
\\__________________________________________________________________________//

* Note that the directions for the Rock Tunnel is if you went via Lavender
  Town. If you are coming from Cerulean to Lavender, then the directions
  will be in reverse.

Rock Tunnel is about the same as it was before, although it now has the
addition of many different optional Rock Climbable walls. Like I stated before
you will need Flash before entering, or else you will have to take the other
route to get to Cerulean. Anywho, here is how you get through the cave:

______
|1F  |
______________________________________________________________________________

       /_____________________________________________________\
       |Pokemon        |Morning  |Day    |Night   |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Geodude        |30%      |30%    |30%     |Normal    |
       |Zubat          |10%      |10%    |10%     |Normal    |
       |Cubone         |35%      |35%    |35%     |Normal    |
       |Machop         |20%      |20%    |20%     |Normal    |
       |Machoke        |5%       |5%     |5%      |Normal    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |National Dex   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Absol          |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Makuhita       |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Bronzor        |                          |S. Radio  |
       |Chingling      |                          |S. Radio  |
       \_____________________________________________________/

Go to the left and go down the ladder
______________________________________________________________________________

______
|B1  |
______________________________________________________________________________

       /_____________________________________________________\
       |Pokemon        |Morning  |Day    |Night   |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Geodude        |30%      |30%    |30%     |Normal    |
       |Onix           |20%      |20%    |20%     |Normal    |
       |Zubat          |10%      |10%    |10%     |Normal    |
       |Cubone         |30%      |30%    |30%     |Normal    |
       |Marowak        |5%       |5%     |5%      |Normal    |
       |Kangaskhan     |5%       |5%     |5%      |Normal    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Rock Smash     |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_______________|__________________________|__________|
       |Geodude        |100%                      |Rock Smash|
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |National Dex   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Absol          |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Makuhita       |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Bronzor        |                          |S. Radio  |
       |Chingling      |                          |S. Radio  |
       \_____________________________________________________/

There is a rock climb-able wall at the bottom where you can get a oval stone on
the far left one, a hidden HP Up in the middle one on the second rock at the
bottom, and a Iron on the far right one. Go around the rocks near the two
middle rock climbable walls and go up, and then left to find the ladder.
______________________________________________________________________________

______
|1F  |
______________________________________________________________________________

Go right, then up, and then left until you hit two sets of stairs leading to a
cliff. Take the topmost one and stick to the upper wall until you find a
ladder leading down.
______________________________________________________________________________

______
|B1  |
______________________________________________________________________________

There is two paths: A upper and lower one. The upper one takes you to a closed
off area with a revive, while the bottom one takes you where you need to go.
You will then hit a point where you can go two different directions.

The lower path takes you to a small area with a PP Up, while the right path
takes you to another point where there is two places you can go. The lower
path brings you to a area with smash-able rocks, while the left path takes you
to a ladder leading up.
______________________________________________________________________________

______
|1F  |
______________________________________________________________________________

Head up and then right to find the exit to Route 10.
______________________________________________________________________________


  ____
//K021|_____________________________________________________________________\\
||                      Route 10 (Cerulean Side)                            ||
\\__________________________________________________________________________//


       /_____________________________________________________\
       |Pokemon        |Morning  |Day    |Night   |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Spearow        |30%      |30%    |-       |Normal    |
       |Fearow         |10%      |10%    |-       |Normal    |
       |Raticate       |25%      |20%    |25%     |Normal    |
       |Voltorb        |30%      |30%    |30%     |Normal    |
       |Quagsire       |-        |-      |40%     |Normal    |
       |Electabuzz     |5%       |10%    |5%      |Normal    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Fish/Surfing   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Goldeen        |90%                       |Surfing   |
       |Seaking        |10%                       |Surfing   |
       |Magikarp       |95% (O), 60% (G), 7% (S)  |Fishing   |
       |Goldeen        |5% (O), 40% (G), 90% (S)  |Fishing   |
       |Seaking        |3% (S)                    |Fishing   |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |National Dex   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Whismur        |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Linoone        |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Buizel         |                          |S. Radio  |
       |Bidoof         |                          |S. Radio  |
       \_____________________________________________________/


The other side of Route 10 still has its Pokemon Center, so go and heal if
you need it. Your first stop should be the newly renovated Power Plant.

+===========+
|Power Plant|
+===========+

Go up the route a little ways and then use surf on the water and go down. Talk
to everyone inside, and then try to leave. The guard will stop you and mention
that the thief was spotted in Cerulean City.

+=========+
|Route 10 |
+=========+

Once you have that done, surf back the way you came and then go right onto
Route 9.

  ____
//K022|_____________________________________________________________________\\
||                             Route 9                                      ||
\\__________________________________________________________________________//

         ___________
        /Trainers :|
       |___________|___________________________________________\
       |Hiker                      |Picnicker                  |
       |Money: 1440p               |Money: 688p                |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Onix lv 43 (Rock/Ground)   |Skiploom lv 43 (Grass/Fly) |
       |Dugtrio lv 45 (Ground)     |Skiploom lv 43 (Grass/Fly) |
       |___________________________|___________________________|
       |Camper                     |Camper                     |
       |Money: 672p                |Money: 640p                |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Golduck lv 44 (Water)      |Poliwrath lv 40 (Water/Fig)|
       |Sandslash lv 42 (Water)    |Primeape lv 40 (Fighting)  |
       |                           |Dugtrio lv 43 (Ground)     |
       |___________________________|___________________________|
       |Hiker                      |Picnicker                  |
       |Money: 1344p               |Money: 720p                |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Gravler lv 42 (Rock/Ground)|Nidorina lv 41 (Poison)    |
       |Gravler lv 42 (Rock/Ground)|Raichu lv 45 (Electric)    |
       |Gravler lv 42 (Rock/Ground)|                           |
       \_______________________________________________________/


       /_____________________________________________________\
       |Pokemon        |Morning  |Day    |Night   |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Mankey         |30%      |30%    |30%     |HeartGold |
       |Primeape       |5%       |5%     |5%      |HeartGold |
       |Rattata (HG)   |30%      |30%    |40%     |Normal    |
       |Rattata (SS)   |30%      |30%    |70%     |Normal    |
       |Raticate (HG)  |10%      |10%    |25%     |Normal    |
       |Raticate (SS)  |15%      |15%    |30%     |Normal    |
       |Spearow (HG)   |20%      |20%    |-       |Normal    |
       |Spearow (SS)   |50%      |50%    |-       |Normal    |
       |Fearow (HG)    |5%       |5%     |5%      |Normal    |
       |Fearow (SS)    |15%      |15%    |15%     |Normal    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Fish/Surfing   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Goldeen        |90%                       |Surfing   |
       |Seaking        |10%                       |Surfing   |
       |Magikarp       |95% (O), 60% (G), 7% (S)  |Fishing   |
       |Goldeen        |5% (O), 40% (G), 90% (S)  |Fishing   |
       |Seaking        |3% (S)                    |Fishing   |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |National Dex   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Whismur        |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Linoone        |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Buizel         |                          |S. Radio  |
       |Bidoof         |                          |S. Radio  |
       |Sableye        |                          |Swarm (HG)|
       |Mawile         |                          |Swarm (SS)|
       \_____________________________________________________/

* Note that this Route is written in a way where you are coming from Rock
  Tunnel. If you are coming from Cerulean, then the directions will be in
  reverse.

Quite a few trainers still on the route, many of them hikers. Near the end
of the route is a tree that you can cut down on the left to find a item ball
with some Light Clay inside, and a tree on the right to find a item ball with
TM 91 (Flash Cannon). Once you are at the end of the route, you will be in
Cerulean City.

     _____
    /K023|
   /_____| ____________________________________________________________________
  /                                                                           /
 /                      C E R U L E A N   C I T Y                            /
/___________________________________________________________________________/


       /_____________________________________________________\
       |Fish/Surfing   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Goldeen        |90%                       |Surfing   |
       |Seaking        |10%                       |Surfing   |
       |Magikarp       |95% (O), 60% (G), 7% (S)  |Fishing   |
       |Goldeen        |5% (O), 40% (G), 90% (S)  |Fishing   |
       |Seaking        |3%                        |Fishing   |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Tree Headbutt  |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_______________|__________________________|__________|
       |Hoothoot       |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Pineco         |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Combee         |                          |Headbutt  |
       \_____________________________________________________/


Pokemart:
/_____________________________\
|Item Name     |Price         |
|______________|______________|
|Poke Ball     |200p          |
|Great Ball    |600p          |
|Ultra Ball    |1,200p        |
|Quick Ball    |1,000p        |
|Potion        |300p          |
|Super Potion  |700p          |
|Hyper Potion  |1,200p        |
|Max Potion    |2,500p        |
|Full Restore  |3,000p        |
|Revive        |1,500p        |
|Antidote      |100p          |
|Paralyz Heal  |200p          |
|Awakening     |250p          |
|Burn Heal     |250p          |
|Ice Heal      |250p          |
|Full Heal     |600p          |
|Escape Rope   |550p          |
|Repel         |350p          |
|Super Repel   |500p          |
|Max Repel     |700p          |
|Air Mail      |50p           |
\_____________________________/

Ah, Cerulean...As you can see, it is much bigger then you remember it, and has
a little bit more to do. The old bike shop is still open, but there is not
much inside. If you go up a little bit, you will see that Cerulean Cave is
back, but like before you will not be able to enter it right now. Once you are
ready, go inside the gym. The gym will be empty for the most part, with all
the trainers and the gym leader gone.

If you have not gone to the power plant yet, you will not find anyone, but if
you did then a Team Rocket grunt will run past you. Once you are ready, head
up to Route 24 and the Nugget Bridge.

  ____
//K024|_____________________________________________________________________\\
||                             Route 24                                     ||
\\__________________________________________________________________________//


       /_____________________________________________________\
       |Pokemon        |Morning  |Day    |Night   |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Bellsprout     |60%      |35%    |5%      |Normal    |
       |Weepinbell     |15%      |15%    |10%     |Normal    |
       |Oddish         |-        |-      |30%     |Normal    |
       |Venonat        |5%       |-      |30%     |Normal    |
       |Venomoth       |-        |-      |5%      |Normal    |
       |Sunkern        |-        |30%    |-       |Normal    |
       |Abra           |20%      |20%    |20%     |Normal    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Fish/Surfing   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Goldeen        |90%                       |Surfing   |
       |Seaking        |10%                       |Surfing   |
       |Magikarp       |95% (O), 60% (G), 7% (S)  |Fishing   |
       |Goldeen        |5% (O), 40% (G), 90% (S)  |Fishing   |
       |Seaking        |3% (S)                    |Fishing   |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |National Dex   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Whismur        |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Linoone        |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Buizel         |                          |S. Radio  |
       |Bidoof         |                          |S. Radio  |
       \_____________________________________________________/

As you are walking along the bridge, you will see the grunt and he will try to
blend into a crowd of people. When he does that, talk to him and he will fight
you.

/____________________________________________________________________________\
|Boss: Rocket Grunt                                                          |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Pokemon:                                                                    |
|Golbat lv 39 (Flying/Poison)                                                |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Info: While not really a boss, this Rocket Grunt is a part of the story.    |
|      Despite being the only Rocket Grunt you fight on the Kanto side, he   |
|      only has a Golbat, which can be taken out with a electric, ice, or    |
|      psychic attack.                                                       |
\____________________________________________________________________________/

After you beat him, he will tell you that he hid the Machine Part in the
Cerulean Gym. Head back to Cerulean City and into the gym again.


+============+
|Cerulean Gym|
+============+

Unlike GSC, the Machine Part is hidden in a different location. Head to the
upper left side of the gym near the giant life guard tower. Press the A Button
near the Buoy and you will find the machine part. Exit the gym and head back
to Route 9, and then 10, and swim back to the power Plant.

+===========+
|Power Plant|
+===========+

Once inside, talk to the fat guy that is on the ledge and he will re-install
the part and the power will be back on. He will then give you TM 57, Charge
Beam. Once you are done here, exit and fly back to Cerulean.

With the power back on, you can do several things, but for now lets focus on
getting the next badge. Head back onto route 24 and then you will eventually
reach Route 25.

  ____
//K025|_____________________________________________________________________\\
||                             Route 25                                     ||
\\__________________________________________________________________________//

         ___________
        /Trainers :|
       |___________|___________________________________________\
       |School Kid                 |Lass                       |
       |Money: 900p                |Money: 706p                |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Oddish lv 45 (Grass/Poison)|Wigglytuff lv 40 (Normal)  |
       |                           |Granbull lv 44 (Normal)    |
       |___________________________|___________________________|
       |School Kid                 |Camper                     |
       |Money: 840p                |Money: 736p                |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Tangela lv 44 (Grass)      |Nidoking lv 46 (Poison/Gro)|
       |Vaporeon lv 42 (Water)     |                           |
       |___________________________|___________________________|
       |Lass                       |Lass                       |
       |Money: 1328p               |Money: 1328p               |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Gloom lv 38 (Grass/Poison) |Paras lv 38 (Grass/Bug)    |
       |Bellossom lv 41 (Grass)    |Paras lv 38 (Grass/Bug)    |
       |Pidgeotto lv 41(Flying/Nor)|Parasect lv 42 (Grass/Bug) |
       |___________________________|___________________________|
       |Ace Trainer                |Super Nerd                 |
       |Money: 2760                |Money: 2256p               |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Rhyhorn lv 48 (Rock/Ground)|Porygon lv 47 (Normal)     |
       |Charmeleon lv 46 (Fire)    |                           |
       |Wartortle lv 46 (Water)    |                           |
       \_______________________________________________________/


       /_____________________________________________________\
       |Pokemon        |Morning  |Day    |Night   |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Bellsprout     |30%      |30%    |5%      |Normal    |
       |Weepinbell     |5%       |5 %    |5%      |Normal    |
       |Oddish         |-        |-      |30%     |Normal    |
       |Venonat        |20%      |20%    |30%     |Normal    |
       |Venomoth       |-        |-      |20%     |Normal    |
       |Pidgey         |30%      |30%    |-       |Normal    |
       |Pidgeotto      |5%       |5%     |-       |Normal    |
       |Abra           |10%      |10%    |10%     |Normal    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Fish/Surfing   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Goldeen        |90%                       |Surfing   |
       |Seaking        |10%                       |Surfing   |
       |Magikarp       |95% (O), 60% (G), 7% (S)  |Fishing   |
       |Goldeen        |5% (O), 40% (G), 90% (S)  |Fishing   |
       |Seaking        |3% (S)                    |Fishing   |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Tree Headbutt  |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_______________|__________________________|__________|
       |Hoothoot       |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Combee         |                          |Headbutt  |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |National Dex   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Whismur        |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Linoone        |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Buizel         |                          |S. Radio  |
       |Bidoof         |                          |S. Radio  |
       |Buneary        |                          |Swarm     |
       |Slakoth        |                          |Headbutt  |
       \_____________________________________________________/

Like in GSC, the Nugget Bridge test has been moved to Route 25, where you
will face 6 trainers. You can't really avoid them (except the last one),
since they are lined up in a way where you cannot bypass them in any way.
There is also a extra trainer here that is not related to the group, but
you can avoid him if you want to.

Near the end of the route you will find a tree that you can cut down to get a
protein. Once you get up to where Bill's old house was in RBY/FRLG, you will
find a new ledge that has Misty on it with a date. The guy will run off when
you get close, and Misty will get mad at you and then go back to the gym. Once
you are done here, go back to Cerulean and go to the gym one final time.

  ____
//K026|_____________________________________________________________________\\
||                           Cerulean Gym                                   ||
\\__________________________________________________________________________//

         ___________
        /Trainers :|
       |___________|___________________________________________\
       |Sailor                     |Sailor                     |
       |Money: 1376p               |Money: 1536p               |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Horsea lv 43 (Water)       |Azumarill lv 48 (Water)    |
       |Seadra lv 43 (Water)       |                           |
       |___________________________|___________________________|
       |Swimmer                    |Swimmer                    |
       |Money: 768p                |Money: 768p                |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Golduck lv 48 (Water)      |Cloyster lv 48 (Water/Ice) |
       |___________________________|___________________________/
       |Swimmer                    |
       |Money: 736p                |
       |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |
       |Seaking lv 46 (Water)      |
       |Seaking lv 46 (Water)      |
       \___________________________/

You can avoid most of the trainers by going on the right side, although going
in the pool will give you more exp. If the top sailor stops you, you can exit
and re-enter the gym and they will reset. When you are at the back of the gym,
go up the ladder and talk to misty to challenge her.

/____________________________________________________________________________\
|Boss: Misty                                                                 |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Pokemon:                                                                    |
|Golduck lv 49 (Water)                                                       |
|Quagsire lv 49 (Water/Ground)                                               |
|Lapras lv 52 (Water/Ice)                                                    |
|Starmie lv 54 (Water/Psychic)                                               |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Info: Misty has changed quite a bit since she first appeared as a kid in    |
|      FRLG, now looking more like a teenage girl. Besides Golduck, each of  |
|      Misty's Pokemon have a secondary type that you can fight against. She |
|      is about 5 levels higher then she was in GSC, so make sure you have   |
|      raised your team enough.                                              |
|                                                                            |
|      First up is Golduck with Water Pulse, Disable, and Psychic. Water     |
|      Pulse is Misty's signature move which has a 20% chance of confusing   |
|      your Pokemon, and Disable makes it where you cannot use your last move|
|      for several turns. Golduck is the only pure water Pokemon, so Grass   |
|      and Electric attacks are all good.                                    |
|                                                                            |
|      Her second Pokemon is Quagsire, which has Water Pulse, Amnesia, Rain  |
|      Dance, and Earthquake. Rain Dance will cause its Water Pulse to become|
|      stronger, while Amnesia greatly increases the Special Defense of the  |
|      user. Electric attacks will not work on it, so Grass attacks are the  |
|      best way to go.                                                       |
|                                                                            |
|      Third is Lapras, which has Ice Beam, Sing, Water Pulse, and Body Slam.|
|      Body Slam has a 30% chance of paralyzing you, while Sing will put you |
|      to sleep. If you are already paralyzed, it will not work. Fighting,   |
|      Rock, Grass, and Electric moves are all very powerful and will do     |
|      2x damage.                                                            |
|                                                                            |
|      Finally, there is Starmie, which has a Sitrus Berry for when its HP   |
|      gets low and has Water Pulse, Confuse Ray, Ice Beam, and Recover.     |
|      Recover can be tricky, since it restores 1/2 of the users HP. Starmie |
|      has a number of weaknesses, including Bug, Ghost, Grass, Electric and |
|      dark attacks.                                                         |
\____________________________________________________________________________/

Once you beat Misty, she will give you the Cascade Badge and TM03 (Water
Pulse). Now that you are done with Cerulean, go south onto Route 5.

  ____
//K027|_____________________________________________________________________\\
||                             Route 5                                      ||
\\__________________________________________________________________________//


       /_____________________________________________________\
       |Pokemon        |Morning  |Day    |Night   |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Pidgey (HG)    |60%      |60%    |-       |Normal    |
       |Pidgey (SS)    |40%      |40%    |-       |Normal    |
       |Oddish (HG)    |-        |-      |60%     |Normal    |
       |Oddish (SS)    |-        |-      |30%     |Normal    |
       |Gloom          |-        |-      |10%     |Normal    |
       |Bellsprout     |30%      |30%    |20%     |Normal    |
       |Meowth         |20%      |20%    |30%     |SoulSilver|
       |Abra           |10%      |10%    |10%     |Normal    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Tree Headbutt  |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_______________|__________________________|__________|
       |Hoothoot       |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Pineco         |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Combee         |                          |Headbutt  |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |National Dex   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Plusle         |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Minun          |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Shinx          |                          |S. Radio  |
       \_____________________________________________________/

Route 5 is pretty small this time around. Like in GSC, the daycare man is
gone and in his place is a old woman who will give you a Cleanse Tag. There
is also a rock climbable wall near the end of the route, but it leads to
nowhere.

If the power is still off, then there will be a guy here near the end of the
route that will block your entrance until you turn the power back on. If it
is on, then you will be able to use it as a shortcut to Vermillion. Also, if
you bought a RageCandybar back in Mahogany Town, you can trade it with a
trainer here to get TM 64 (Explosion).

At this point, there are several side quests you will need to go on to get
several things for you to continue. Here is a list so you can complete all
of them. You will need to have the power back on to do all of these, so
read the Cerulean section to find out how to do all of this.

+================+
|Getting the Pass|
+================+

Head to Saffron City and talk to the Copycat, who is in a house located near
the top part of the Sliph. Co building. She, herself, is located on the second
floor of the house. Once you have talked to her, go to Vermillion.

When you are in Vermillion, go to the Pokemon Fan Club. Talk to the fat man on
the table and he will give you a lost item (A Clefairy Doll that the player
character in RBY/HGSS gave to her). When you leave, Steven Stone from Ruby/
Sapphire/Emerald will appear and mention that one of the Lati@s twins have
been spotted in Kanto or Johto. Latias will be available for HeartGold
players, while Latios for SoulSilver. You can catch the other versions
exclusive in a special event.

Anywho, now that you have the Lost Item, head back to Saffron and talk to the
Copycat to give it back to her. She will give you a Pass for the Magnet Train
located in Goldenrod and Saffron, which can be used as a means to get between
the two without having to go through Tohjo falls.

+==========================+
|Getting the Expansion Card|
+==========================+

If you are still in Saffron, go to the right gate to end up on Route 8.

  ____
//K028|_____________________________________________________________________\\
||                             Route 8                                      ||
\\__________________________________________________________________________//

         ___________
        /Trainers :|
       |___________|___________________________________________\
       |Biker                      |Biker                      |
       |Money: 686                 |Money: 720p                |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Koffing lv 38 (Poison)     |Flareon lv 42 (Fire)       |
       |Koffing lv 39 (Poison)     |                           |
       |Koffing lv 40 (Poison)     |                           |
       |Koffing lv 41 (Poison)     |                           |
       |___________________________|___________________________|
       |Biker                      |Super Nerd                 |
       |Money: 636p                |Money: 2112p               |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Koffing lv 44 (Poison)     |Grimer lv 44 (Poison)      |
       |Koffing lv 44 (Poison)     |Muk lv 44 (Poison)         |
       |___________________________|___________________________|
       |Young Couple               |Super Nerd                 |
       |Money: 5504p               |Money: 1920p               |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Seedot lv 43 (Grass)       |Magnemite lv 40 (Ele/Steel |
       |Lotad lv 43 (Grass/Water)  |Magnemite lv 40 (Ele/Steel |
       |                           |Magnemite lv 40 (Ele/Steel |
       |___________________________|___________________________/
       |Gentleman                  |
       |Money: 9000p               |
       |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |
       |Growlithe lv 45 (Fire)     |
       \___________________________/


       /_____________________________________________________\
       |Pokemon        |Morning  |Day    |Night   |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Pidgeotto (HG) |65%      |65%    |-       |Normal    |
       |Pidgeotto (SS) |35%      |35%    |-       |Normal    |
       |Abra           |20%      |20%    |20%     |Normal    |
       |Kadabra        |5%       |5%     |5%      |Normal    |
       |Growlithe      |10%      |10%    |5%      |HeartGold |
       |Vulpix         |10%      |10%    |5%      |SoulSilver|
       |Haunter        |-        |-      |30%     |Normal    |
       |Noctowl (HG)   |-        |-      |40%     |Normal    |
       |Noctowl (SS)   |-        |-      |10%     |Normal    |
       |Meowth         |30%      |30%    |30%     |SoulSilver|
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Tree Headbutt  |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_______________|__________________________|__________|
       |Hoothoot       |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Pineco         |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Combee         |                          |Headbutt  |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |National Dex   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Plusle         |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Minun          |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Shinx          |                          |S. Radio  |
       \_____________________________________________________/

There are still quite a few trainers on this route. If you want to capture
any Pokemon, you will need to bring cut to reach the area where the grass is
like in previous versions. Like in GSC, the Underground Path is permanently
closed and will not reopen for anything. Once you are ready, head right to
enter Lavender Town.

+=============+
|Lavender Town|
+=============+

Once you are back in Lavender Town, go to the Radio Tower (Formerly the
Pokemon Tower) and talk to the guy near the stairs. He will thank you for
turning the power back on and give you a expansion card, which allows you
access to the Pokeflute Channel.

+=================+
|Waking up Snorlax|
+=================+

If you have gotten the Expansion Card, head back to Vermillion and east onto
Route 11.

  ____
//K029|_____________________________________________________________________\\
||                             Route 11                                     ||
\\__________________________________________________________________________//

         ___________
        /Trainers :|
       |___________|___________________________________________\
       |Psychic                    |Youngster                  |
       |Money:                     |Money:                     |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Xatu lv 43 (Psychic/Flying)|Sandslash lv 42 (Ground)   |
       |                           |Crobat lv 42 (Poison/Fly)  |
       |___________________________|___________________________|
       |Youngster                  |Psychic                    |
       |Money:                     |Money:                     |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Growlithe lv 44 (Fire)     |Exeggcute lv 39 (Psy/Grass)|
       |                           |Exeggcute lv 39 (Psy/Grass)|
       |                           |Exeggutor lv 39 (Psy/Grass)|
       \_______________________________________________________/


       /_____________________________________________________\
       |Pokemon        |Morning  |Day    |Night   |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Drowzee        |40%      |40%    |40%     |Normal    |
       |Hypno          |10%      |10%    |10%     |Normal    |
       |Rattata        |30%      |30%    |30%     |Normal    |
       |Magnemite      |20%      |20%    |20%     |Normal    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Tree Headbutt  |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_______________|__________________________|__________|
       |Hoothoot       |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Pineco         |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Combee         |                          |Headbutt  |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |National Dex   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Plusle         |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Minun          |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Shinx          |                          |S. Radio  |
       \_____________________________________________________/

Before you go and fight Snorlax, make sure you have everything you need. Ultra
Balls, Dark Balls (at night), and Heavy Balls are all recommended if you
intend to capture it. Also bring along Pokemon that might know False Swipe, or
Thief.

Once you are ready, access the Radio. The Pokeflute Channel will be on the
very top of the globe, and might be hard to pinpoint. When it is playing, talk
to Snorlax and it will fight you.

/____________________________________________________________________________\
|Snorlax                                                                     |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Level 50                                                                    |
|Normal                                                                      |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Info: Even though Snorlax is not a legendary Pokemon, he sure fights like   |
|      one, and this is this is the only one available in the game. Snorlax  |
|      is pretty unique and comes with Leftovers, which recovers its HP each |
|      turn. As for moves, it has Giga Impact, Block, Rollout, and Crunch.   |
|      Giga Impact is like a new version of Hyper Beam, and has a base damage|
|      of 150, so be careful of it. Block prevents you from switching out,   |
|      so make sure the Pokemon you called out is one that can stand up to   |
|      Snorlax OK.                                                           |
|                                                                            |
|      If you have a Pokemon that can do decent damage to Snorlax, now would |
|      be a good time to use it. Dusk balls at night and Heavy Balls are both|
|      recommended, although Ultra Balls will also work OK. If you run from  |
|      Snorlax, he will disappear, so only use it if you do not want to      |
|      capture Snorlax.                                                      |
\____________________________________________________________________________/

Once you beat it, you will have access to Route 11. Route 11 is pretty much
the same as it has always been, and has a few trainers. At the end is a
gatehouse that leads to Route 12, which then leads to either Fuchsia or
Lavender Town. For now, however, enter Diglett's Cave to reach the other side
of Kanto. Make sure you bring a Pokemon that knows cut with you before you
enter.

  ____
//K030|_____________________________________________________________________\\
||                           Diglett's Cave                                 ||
\\__________________________________________________________________________//

       /_____________________________________________________\
       |Pokemon        |Morning  |Day    |Night   |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Diglett        |90%      |90%    |90%     |Normal    |
       |Dugtrio        |10%      |10%    |10%     |Normal    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |National Dex   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Absol          |                          |H. Sound  |
       |Makuhita       |                          |H. Sound  |
       |Bronzor        |                          |S. Sound  |
       |Chingling      |                          |S. Sound  |
       \_____________________________________________________/

Diglett's cave is more advanced now, having multiple levels that you cannot
access right now due to lack of rock climb. Once you do get it, you can use it
on the first left rock climb wall to find a rare PP Max. The second rock
climbable wall on the left has a calcium when you go up one space, look up,
and press A. The right rock climbable wall has a path you can follow to get
a rock incense.

However, for now, just continue on through the cave like normal until you
reach Route 2. Some of the Diglett have Arena Trap, which forces you to
fight them until you knock them out or capture them, so you might want to
being along a few repels.

  ____
//K031|_____________________________________________________________________\\
||                             Route 2                                      ||
\\__________________________________________________________________________//

         ___________
        /Trainers :|
       |___________|___________________________________________\
       |Bug Catcher                |Bug Catcher                |
       |Money: 512p                |Money: 544p                |
       |Phone #: Yes               |Phone #: Yes               |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Beedrill lv 40 (Poison/Bug)|Ariados lv 37 (Bug/Poison) |
       |Butterfree lv 39 (Bug/Fly) |Butterfree lv 39 (Bug/Fly) |
       \_______________________________________________________/


       /_____________________________________________________\
       |Pokemon        |Morning |Day     |Night   |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Caterpie       |31%     |31%     |-       |HeartGold |
       |Metapod        |20%     |20%     |-       |HeartGold |
       |Butterfree     |10%     |-       |-       |HeartGold |
       |Weedle         |11%     |31%     |11%     |SoulSilver|
       |Kakuna         |20%     |20%     |11%     |SoulSilver|
       |Beedrill       |10%     |-       |4%      |SoulSilver|
       |Hoothoot (HG)  |-       |-       |50%     |Normal    |
       |Hoothoot (SS)  |-       |-       |60%     |Normal    |
       |Noctowl        |-       |        |14%     |Normal    |
       |Spinarak       |4%      |-       |31%     |HeartGold |
       |Ariados        |-       |-       |5%      |HeartGold |
       |Ledyba         |30%     |4%      |-       |SoulSilver|
       |Ledian         |9%      |-       |-       |SoulSilver|
       |Pidgey (HG)    |30%     |40%     |-       |Normal    |
       |Pidgey (SS)    |20%     |40%     |-       |Normal    |
       |Pidgeotto (HG) |5%      |9%      |-       |Normal    |
       |Pidgeotto (SS) |-       |5%      |-       |Normal    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Tree Headbutt  |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_______________|__________________________|__________|
       |Hoothoot       |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Spinarak (HG)  |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Ledyba (SS)    |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Wurmple        |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Pineco         |                          |Headbutt  |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |National Dex   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Plusle         |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Minun          |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Shinx          |                          |S. Radio  |
       \_____________________________________________________/

When you exit the cave, you can find a item ball with a Carbos in it by going
behind the cave entrance. Go down a little ways and go inside the house and
talk to the man inside to get a nugget. Go down even further past the house
and you will find a gatehouse with one of Prof. Oaks aids who will give you
a Sacred Ash (Your second if you fought Ho-Oh already). Past the gatehouse
and you will find a item ball with a Elixir.

Once you are ready to get out of this area, cut down the tree. You can either
go to the Viridian Forest right now, or head to Viridian City. Since you want
a flight path, I would go to Viridian City real quick.

     _____
    /K032|
   /_____| ____________________________________________________________________
  /                                                                           /
 /                     V I R I D I A N   C I T Y                             /
/___________________________________________________________________________/


       /_____________________________________________________\
       |Fish/Surfing   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Poliwag        |90%                       |Surfing   |
       |Poliwhirl      |10%                       |Surfing   |
       |Magikarp       |95% (O), 60% (G), 7% (S)  |Fishing   |
       |Poliwag        |5% (O), 40% (G), 93% (S)  |Fishing   |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Tree Headbutt  |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_______________|__________________________|__________|
       |Hoothoot       |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Spinarak (HG)  |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Ledyba (SS)    |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Wurmple        |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Pineco         |                          |Headbutt  |
       \_____________________________________________________/


Pokemart:
/_____________________________\
|Item Name     |Price         |
|______________|______________|
|Poke Ball     |200p          |
|Great Ball    |600p          |
|Ultra Ball    |1,200p        |
|Net Ball      |1,000p        |
|Heal Ball     |300p          |
|Potion        |300p          |
|Super Potion  |700p          |
|Hyper Potion  |1,200p        |
|Max Potion    |2,500p        |
|Full Restore  |3,000p        |
|Revive        |1,500p        |
|Antidote      |100p          |
|Paralyz Heal  |200p          |
|Awakening     |250p          |
|Burn Heal     |250p          |
|Ice Heal      |250p          |
|Full Heal     |600p          |
|Escape Rope   |550p          |
|Repel         |350p          |
|Super Repel   |500p          |
|Max Repel     |700p          |
|Steel Mail    |50p           |
\_____________________________/

As you can see, there is not much to do in Viridian City. You can go west onto
Route 22 and head toward the Pokemon League, but you will not be able to do
much. You can also go down through the Gatehouse and on Roue 1 to reach Pallet
Town, but we will cover that later. Like in RBY/FRLG/GSC, the Gym Leader is
currently not in, and will not be in until you get 15 badges. You can go to
the Trainer House and fight the trainer inside for Battle Frontier Points, but
other then that, there is nothing to do. Heal at the Pokemon Center and head
to north back onto Route 2 to reach Viridian Forest.

  ____
//K033|_____________________________________________________________________\\
||                          Viridian Forest                                 ||
\\__________________________________________________________________________//

         ___________
        /Trainers :|
       |___________|___________________________________________\
       |Bug Catcher                |Bug Catcher                |
       |Money:                     |Money:                     |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Ariados lv 50 (Bug/Poison) |Beedrill lv 44 (Poison/Bug)|
       |                           |Butterfree lv 48 (Bug/Fly) |
       |___________________________|___________________________|
       |Bug Catcher                |Bug Catcher                |
       |Money:                     |Money:                     |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Weedle lv 28 (Poison/Bug)  |Metapod lv 52 (Bug)        |
       |Kakuna lv 38 (Poison/Bug)  |Metapod lv 56 (Bug)        |
       |Beedrill lv 46 (Poison/Bug)|Metapod lv 60 (Bug)        |
       |___________________________|___________________________/
       |But Catcher                |
       |Money:                     |
       |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |
       |Beedrill lv 44 (Bug/Poison)|
       |Pikachu lv 44 (Electric)   |
       |Butterfree lv 44 (Bug/Fly) |
       \___________________________/


       /_____________________________________________________\
       |Pokemon        |Morning |Day     |Night   |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Caterpie       |40%     |40%     |-       |HeartGold |
       |Metapod        |30%     |30%     |-       |HeartGold |
       |Butterfree     |10%     |-       |-       |HeartGold |
       |Weedle         |40%     |40%     |-       |SoulSilver|
       |Kakuna         |30%     |30%     |-       |SoulSilver|
       |Beedrill       |10%     |-       |4%      |SoulSilver|
       |Hoothoot       |-       |-       |80%     |Normal    |
       |Noctowl        |-       |        |15%     |Normal    |
       |Pikachu        |6%      |6%      |5%      |Normal    |
       |Pidgey         |10%     |15%     |-       |Normal    |
       |Pidgeotto      |4%      |9%      |-       |Normal    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Tree Headbutt  |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_______________|__________________________|__________|
       |Hoothoot       |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Noctowl        |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Spinarak (HG)  |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Ariados (HG)   |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Ledyba (SS)    |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Ledian (SS)    |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Seedot         |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Shroomish      |                          |Headbutt  |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |National Dex   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Kriketot       |                          |Swarm     |
       |Spoink         |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Numel          |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Budew          |                          |S. Radio  |
       |Carnivine      |                          |S. Radio  |
       \_____________________________________________________/

A new addition for HGSS, the Viridian Forest has been restored to what it was
from RBY/FRLG, but now has some elevated areas. There are some parts of the
forest where you will need a Pokemon with cut, so bring one along if you want
to get some of the items.

Near the entrance is a tree you can cut down that will lead you down a path
where you can get a Leaf Stone. On the far right side of the forest is a
item ball with TM 77 (Psych Up) in it. If you go on the right path, you will
eventually find a Blue Flute, which acts similar to a Poke Flute from
previous games. To get out of the forest, go down the left path when you have
the option, and you will eventually find a exit. You will then be on the other
side of Roue 2. Keep going north and you will reach Pewter City.

     _____
    /K034|
   /_____| ____________________________________________________________________
  /                                                                           /
 /                        P E W T E R   C I T Y                              /
/___________________________________________________________________________/


       /_____________________________________________________\
       |Tree Headbutt  |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_______________|__________________________|__________|
       |Hoothoot       |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Pineco         |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Wurmple        |                          |Headbutt  |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |National Dex   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Starly         |                          |Headbutt  |
       \_____________________________________________________/


Pokemart:
/_____________________________\
|Item Name     |Price         |
|______________|______________|
|Poke Ball     |200p          |
|Great Ball    |600p          |
|Ultra Ball    |1,200p        |
|Nest Ball     |1,000p        |
|Quick Ball    |1,000p        |
|Potion        |300p          |
|Super Potion  |700p          |
|Hyper Potion  |1,200p        |
|Max Potion    |2,500p        |
|Full Restore  |3,000p        |
|Revive        |1,500p        |
|Antidote      |100p          |
|Paralyz Heal  |200p          |
|Awakening     |250p          |
|Burn Heal     |250p          |
|Ice Heal      |250p          |
|Full Heal     |600p          |
|Escape Rope   |550p          |
|Repel         |350p          |
|Super Repel   |500p          |
|Max Repel     |700p          |
|Steel Mail    |50p           |
\_____________________________/

Pewter City has a few more things to do then in GSC. The Pewter Museum is now
back in business, but is a bit smaller this time around, but does not charge
admission. If you have any Fossils, you can have them restored by talking to
the scientist. Also, if you have the special Soul Dew event item, you can
face one of the Lati@s twins here depending on your version.

Like in GSC, you can talk to the old guy next to the Pokemon Center to either
get the Rainbow Wing in SoulSilver, or the Silver Wing in HeartGold. Like
before, the other version's mascot will be lv 70 and have a different move set
then it normally would, so keep that in mind.

Once you are ready, go to the Pewter Gym.

  ____
//K035|_____________________________________________________________________\\
||                            Pewter Gym                                    ||
\\__________________________________________________________________________//

         ___________
        /Trainers :|
       |___________|___________________________________________\
       |Camper                     |Hiker                      |
       |Money:                     |Money:                     |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Rhydon lv 50 (Ground/Rock) |Golem lv 50 (Ground/Rock)  |
       \_______________________________________________________/

Not much of a puzzle here. You can either fight the trainers head-on, or take
the path to go around them. At the end of the gym is Brock.

/____________________________________________________________________________\
|Boss: Brock                                                                 |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Pokemon:                                                                    |
|Gravler lv 51 (Rock/Ground)                                                 |
|Rhyhorn lv 51 (Rock/Ground)                                                 |
|Omastar lv 53 (Water/Rock)                                                  |
|Onix lv 54 (Rock/Ground)                                                    |
|Kabutops lv 52 (Rock/Water)                                                 |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Info: Brock has not changed much since his GSC days, although his Pokemon   |
|      are about 7-10 levels higher then they were previously. One advantage |
|      that you have is that all of his Pokemon are 4x weak against Grass    |
|      Pokemon, so people with a Meganium or a equally strong Grass type will|
|      do just fine. Also, Sunny Day + Solarbeam will pretty much wipe Brock|
|      out very quickly.                                                     |
|                                                                            |
|      First is Gravler, which has Earthquake, Defense Curl, Rock Slide, and |
|      Rollout. You have seen this all before, so there is nothing new. Grass|
|      and water types work well here, so use Surf or Solarbeam.             |
|                                                                            |
|      Second is Rhyhorn, which has Earthquake, Scary Face, Sandstorm, and   |
|      Horn Drill. Scary Face lowers your speed twice, and Horn Drill has a  |
|      30% Chance of knocking you out if it hits, but it happens so rarely   |
|      and has such low PP that it is very rare. Make sure you bring along   |
|      a revive or two just in case, though. Rhyhorn is the same as Gravler  |
|      and goes down quickly to Grass and Water attacks.                     |
|                                                                            |
|      Omastar his is third and his first dual-water type Pokemon. It has    |
|      Spike Cannon, AncientPower, Brine, and Protect. Spike Cannon is a move|
|      similar to ones like DoubleSlap and such. Brine does damage based on  |
|      what your HP is. When your HP is above 50%, its base power is only    |
|      65. However, once it goes below 50%, it will double and be 130. Make  |
|      sure your HP does not fall below 50% when battling Omastar if you can |
|      help it. Protect prevents any damage for that turn, but decreases in  |
|      accuracy if used again right after. Omastar is 4x weak to Grass, and  |
|      2x weak to Fighting, Ground, and Electric attacks.                    |
|                                                                            |
|      Next up is his trademark Onix, which has Rock Slide, Iron Tail,       |
|      Sandstorm, and Screech. Once again, nothing that you cannot handle on |
|      your own. Use either Grass or Water attacks on it.                    |
|                                                                            |
|      Finally, there is Kabutops, which has Rock Slide, Aqua Jet, Endure,   |
|      and Giga Drain. Aqua Jet is like a water version of Quick Attack, so  |
|      it will go first no matter what your speed is. Endure allows it to    |
|      survive a attack that it wound normally faint against, but like       |
|      Protect will fail the more it is used. Like Omastar, Grass is the most|
|      effective against it overall.                                         |
\____________________________________________________________________________/

Once you beat him, he will give you the Boulder Badge and TM 80 (Rock Slide).

You now have a option: You can either go to Route 3 and go through Mt. Moon
in a optional side quest, or head back to Viridian and go to Pallet Town. For
the sake of this guide, we will head through Route 3 first.

  ____
//K036|_____________________________________________________________________\\
||                             Route 3                                      ||
\\__________________________________________________________________________//


         ___________
        /Trainers :|
       |___________|___________________________________________\
       |Youngster                  |Youngster                  |
       |Money:                     |Money:                     |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Golbat lv 40 (Poison/Fly)  |Fearow lv 35 (Normal/Fly)  |
       |Electrode lv 40 (Electric) |Raticate lv 42 (Normal)    |
       |___________________________|___________________________|
       |Youngster                  |Double Team                |
       |Money:                     |Money:                     |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Raticate lv 42 (Normal)    |Dugtrio lv 47 (Ground)     |
       |Arbok lv 43 (Poison)       |Electabuzz lv 47 (Electric)|
       |Parasect lv 42 (Grass/Bug) |                           |
       |___________________________|___________________________|
       |Firebreather               |Hiker                      |
       |Money:                     |Money:                     |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Magmar lv 43 (Fire)        |Gravler lv 39 (Rock/Ground)|
       |Camerupt lv 47 (Fire/Groun)|Rhydon lv 44 (Rock/Ground) |
       |Weezing lv 40 (Poison)     |Clefairy lv 45 (Normal)    |
       |___________________________|___________________________|
       |Blackbelt                  |Blackbelt                  |
       |Money:                     |Money:                     |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Poliwrath lv 47 (Water/Fig)|Primeape lv 43 (Fighting)  |
       |                           |Gravler lv 39 (Rock/Ground)|
       |                           |Machoke lv 44 (Fighting)   |
       |___________________________|___________________________|
       |Hiker                      |Firebreather               |
       |Money:                     |Money:                     |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Magneton lv 44 (Steel/Elec)|Weezing lv 42 (Poison)     |
       |Steelix lv 44 (Steel/Groun)|Magcargo lv 45 (Fire/Rock) |
       \_______________________________________________________/


       /_____________________________________________________\
       |Pokemon        |Morning  |Day    |Night   |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Jigglypuff     |10%      |10%    |10%     |Normal    |
       |Rattata (HG)   |35%      |35%    |60%     |Normal    |
       |Rattata (SS)   |30%      |30%    |35%     |Normal    |
       |Spearow (HG)   |55%      |55%    |-       |Normal    |
       |Spearow (SS)   |35%      |35%    |-       |Normal    |
       |Zubat          |-        |-      |30%     |Normal    |
       |Ekans          |20%      |20%    |20%     |SoulSilver|
       |Arbok          |5%       |5%     |5%      |SoulSilver|
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Tree Headbutt  |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_______________|__________________________|__________|
       |Hoothoot       |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Pineco         |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Wurmple        |                          |Headbutt  |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |National Dex   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Baltoy         |                          |Swarm     |
       |Gulpin         |                          |Swarm     |
       |Plusle         |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Minun          |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Shinx          |                          |S. Radio  |
       \_____________________________________________________/


Route 3 is fairly similar to how it was back in Gen III, and now even has the
Pokecenter at the end of the route back. For those that have a Deoxys, the
meteorites that were in Veilstone in D/P/Pl are at the beginning of the route
if you need to change its form.

As far as items go, you can find a ledge near the grass that will lead you to
a upper section where a item ball with a Big Root is found (Used to gain more
HP back if your Pokemon uses a attack like Leech Seed). There are a bunch of
trainers on the route, so you will want to heal up before you enter Mt. Moon.

  ____
//K037|_____________________________________________________________________\\
||                             Mt. Moon                                     ||
\\__________________________________________________________________________//


       /_____________________________________________________\
       |Pokemon        |Morning  |Day    |Night   |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Zubat (HG)     |30%      |30%    |30%     |Normal    |
       |Zubat (SS)     |50%      |50%    |50%     |Normal    |
       |Geodude (HG)   |30%      |30%    |30%     |Normal    |
       |Geodude (SS)   |35%      |35%    |35%     |Normal    |
       |Paras          |10%      |10%    |10%     |Normal    |
       |Clefairy       |5%       |5%     |5%      |Normal    |
       |Sandshrew      |20%      |20%    |20%     |HeartGold |
       |Sandslash      |5%       |5%     |5%      |HeartGold |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |National Dex   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Absol          |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Makuhita       |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Bronzor        |                          |S. Radio  |
       |Chingling      |                          |S. Radio  |
       \_____________________________________________________/


As soon as you enter, your rival will confront you and fight you.

/____________________________________________________________________________\
|Boss: Rival                                                                 |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Pokemon:                                                                    |
|Sneasel lv 46 (Dark/Ice)                                                    |
|Golbat lv 47 (Poison/Flying)                                                |
|Magneton lv 46 (Electric/Steel)                                             |
|Alakazam lv 48 (Psychic)                                                    |
|Gengar lv 48 (Ghost/Poison)                                                 |
|Tysplosion lv 50 (Fire) *If you choose Chikorita                            |
|Feraligatr lv 50 (Water) *If you choose Cyndaquil                           |
|Meganium lv 50 (Grass) *If you choose Totodile                              |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Info: It has been awhile since you last faced your Rival, last time being   |
|      back before you faced the Pokemon League. His team is now leveled up  |
|      to around 46-50, although by now he should be a pushover. As long as  |
|      your current team is similar in level, it will not be too hard.       |
|                                                                            |
|      Sneasel has Icy Wind, Shadow Claw, Faint Attack, and Quick Claw.      |
|      Nothing really new here, although his Sneasel is pretty fast overall. |
|      Use a fighting or fire Pokemon against it.                            |
|                                                                            |
|      Gengar has Mean Look to block you from switching out, Shadow Ball,    |
|      Confuse Ray, and Curse to cut his HP while making you take damage each|
|      turn. Make sure you take him out quickly before he has a chance to use|
|      Mean Look and Curse, since that will cause major issues. Ghost, Dark  |
|      and Psychic attacks work best, but be careful about using a Psychic   |
|      Pokemon itself.                                                       |
|                                                                            |
|      Golbat has Air Cutter, Confuse Ray, Poison Fang, and Bite. Like Gengar|
|      Knock him out before he has a chance to use Confuse Ray. Psychic, Ice,|
|      Rock, and Electric type attacks are all good.                         |
|                                                                            |
|      Magneton has Discharge, Magnet Bomb, Thunder Wave, and Supersonic.    |
|      Discharge has a 30% chance of Paralyzing your Pokemon. Magnet Bomb    |
|      is pretty much the Steel version of swift, where it will hit even if  |
|      you use attacks such as Double Team to make yourself harder to hit.   |
|      Fire and Ground attacks are both good choices here.                   |
|                                                                            |
|      Alakazam has Disable, Reflect, Psychic, and Recover. If you have a    |
|      Dark type Pokemon, it will not be able to hit it. Dark and Ghost types|
|      are both good choices here.                                           |
|                                                                            |
|      His Tysplosion has Flamethrower, Flame Wheel, Quick Attack, and Swift.|
|      Water and Ground types work very well here. especially ones that know |
|      Surf.                                                                 |
\____________________________________________________________________________/

Once you beat him, he will go off. As you can see, Mt. Moon is sadly the same
as it was in Gen II. You can take a ladder to the top by going right of the
entrance from Route 3.

+============+
|Mt. Moon Top|
+============+

       /_____________________________________________________\
       |Pokemon        |Morning  |Day    |Night   |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Poliwag        |60%      |60%    |60%     |Surfing   |
       |Magikarp       |40%      |40%    |40%     |Surfing   |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Fish/Surfing   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Magikarp       |100% (O), 90% (G)         |Fishing   |
       |Poliwag        |10% (G), 100% (S)         |Fishing   |
       \_____________________________________________________/

Shop:
/_____________________________\
|Item Name     |Price         |
|______________|______________|
|Poke Doll     |1000p         |
|Fresh Water   |200p          |
|Soda Pop      |300p          |
|Lemonade      |350p          |
|Repel         |350p          |
|Heart Mail    |50p           |
\_____________________________/

You can get a Max Revive here if you press A in between the trees before the
wall. The shop itself sells fairly common items, although you can buy drinks
en-mass here.

The real point of this area is the special event on Monday nights. Go up
during that time and you will find a group of Clefairy dancing. After awhile,
one of them will notice you and then leave a item ball with a Moon Stone
behind.

Once you are ready, head back inside Mt. Moon and go down the path to the
other exit, Route 4.

  ____
//K038|_____________________________________________________________________\\
||                             Route 4                                      ||
\\__________________________________________________________________________//

         ___________
        /Trainers :|
       |___________|___________________________________________\
       |Picnicker                  |Bird Keeper                |
       |Money: 704p                |Money: 1408p               |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Flaafy lv 44 (Electric)    |Pidgey lv 13 (Normal/Fly)  |
       |                           |Pidgeot lv 44 (Normal/Fly) |
       |___________________________|___________________________/
       |Picnicker                  |
       |Money: 688p                |
       |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |
       |Furret lv 41 (Normal)      |
       |Rapidash lv 43 (Fire)      |
       \___________________________/


       /_____________________________________________________\
       |Pokemon        |Morning  |Day    |Night   |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Jigglypuff     |10%      |10%    |10%     |Normal    |
       |Rattata (HG)   |35%      |35%    |60%     |Normal    |
       |Rattata (SS)   |30%      |30%    |35%     |Normal    |
       |Spearow (HG)   |55%      |55%    |-       |Normal    |
       |Spearow (SS)   |35%      |35%    |-       |Normal    |
       |Zubat          |-        |-      |30%     |Normal    |
       |Ekans          |20%      |20%    |20%     |SoulSilver|
       |Arbok          |5%       |5%     |5%      |SoulSilver|
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Tree Headbutt  |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_______________|__________________________|__________|
       |Hoothoot       |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Pineco         |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Wurmple        |                          |Headbutt  |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |National Dex   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Plusle         |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Minun          |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Shinx          |                          |S. Radio  |
       \_____________________________________________________/

Route 4 is sort of weird in that it has a unique slope that goes down,
something you do not see anywhere else in any of the Gen IV games. Not
much else to do on this route outside of fight trainers. The Pokemon are
the same as the ones on Route 3, so there is little point in looking for
anything new. You can also find a HP Up near the end of the route.

Now that you have explored the optional Mt. Moon area, its time to go
back to Viridian. Head south to enter Route 1.

  ____
//K039|_____________________________________________________________________\\
||                             Route 1                                      ||
\\__________________________________________________________________________//

         ___________
        /Trainers :|
       |___________|___________________________________________\
       |Schoolboy                  |Schoolboy                  |
       |Money:                     |Money:                     |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Furret lv 43 (Normal)      |Jynx lv 43 (Ice/Psychic)   |
       |Pidgeot lv 43 (Normal/Fly) |Electabuzz lv 43 (Electric)|
       |                           |Magmar lv 43 (Fire)        |
       |___________________________|___________________________|
       |Ace Trainer                |Ace Trainer                |
       |Money:                     |Money:                     |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Absol lv 47 (Dark)         |Venusaur lv 47 (Grass/Poi) |
       |Alakazam lv 47 (Psychic)   |Starmie lv 47 (Water/Psy)  |
       \_______________________________________________________/


       /_____________________________________________________\
       |Pokemon        |Morning  |Day    |Night   |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Pidgey         |45%      |45%    |-       |Normal    |
       |Rattata        |30%      |30%    |55%     |Normal    |
       |Sentret        |20%      |20%    |-       |Normal    |
       |Furret         |5%       |5%     |-       |Normal    |
       |Hoothoot       |-        |-      |45%     |Normal    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Tree Headbutt  |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_______________|__________________________|__________|
       |Hoothoot       |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Spinarak       |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Ledyba         |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Pineco         |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Wurmple        |                          |Headbutt  |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |National Dex   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Poochyena      |                          |Swarm     |
       |Plusle         |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Minun          |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Shinx          |                          |S. Radio  |
       \_____________________________________________________/

Ah, good 'ol Route 1. It has changed a little since you were last here: There
is now a gatehouse leading to Viridian at the end of the route, and you can
now capture Sentret, Furret, and Hoothoot. There are also several strong
trainers, so battle them for EXP.

Keep heading south to reach Pallet Town.

     _____
    /K040|
   /_____| ____________________________________________________________________
  /                                                                           /
 /                        P A L L E T   T O W N                              /
/___________________________________________________________________________/


       /_____________________________________________________\
       |Fish/Surfing   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Tentacool      |90%      |90%    |90%     |Surfing   |
       |Tentacruel     |10%      |10%    |10%     |Surfing   |
       |Magikarp       |95% (O), 60% (G)          |Fishing   |
       |Tentacool      |5% (O), 30% (G)           |Fishing   |
       |Tentacruel     |7% (S)                    |Fishing   |
       |Chinchou       |7% (G), 60% (S)           |Fishing   |
       |Lanturn        |3% (S)                    |Fishing   |
       |Shellder       |3% (G), 30% (S)           |Fishing   |
       |_______________|__________________________|__________|
       |Tree Headbutt  |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_______________|__________________________|__________|
       |Hoothoot       |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Spinarak       |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Ledyba         |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Pineco         |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Wurmple        |                          |Headbutt  |
       \_____________________________________________________/

Good 'ol Pallet Town, sort of weird coming back here. If you go to Red's
house (Main character of RBY/FRLG), his mother will mention that he has
not come home in awhile, and trying to use his PC will show that it has
been seldom used.

Blue's house (Your rival from RBY/FRLG), has Daisy, his sister. If you come
in between 3pm and 4pm on any day, she will give your Pokemon a massage.
This has two effects: it will increase your Pokemon's happiness, and as a
hidden bonus, increases their beauty stat. This is done so you can evolve
Feebass into Milotic in HGSS.

If you go to Oak's Lab, he will comment on your Pokedex info, although you
can go to him later in the game to get a few items and even some Pokemon.

Once you are ready, surf onto Route 21.

  ____
//K041|_____________________________________________________________________\\
||                             Route 21                                     ||
\\__________________________________________________________________________//

         ___________
        /Trainers :|
       |___________|___________________________________________\
       |Swimmer                    |Fisherman                  |
       |Money:                     |Money:                     |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Seel lv 37 (Water)         |Shellder lv 44 (Water)     |
       |Dewgong lv 42 (Water/Ice)  |                           |
       |___________________________|___________________________|
       |Bird Keeper                |Fisherman                  |
       |Money:                     |Money:                     |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Farfetch'd lv 36 (Fly/Norm)|Corsola lv 32 (Water/Rock) |
       |Fearow lv 36 (Flying/Nor)  |Corsola lv 34 (Water/Rock) |
       |Pidgeotto lv 37 (Fly/Norm) |Corsola lv 36 (Water/Rock) |
       |                           |Corsola lv 38 (Water/Rock) |
       |___________________________|___________________________|
       |Swimmer                    |Fisherman                  |
       |Money:                     |Money:                     |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Azumarill lv 40 (Water)    |Seadra lv 42 (Water)       |
       |___________________________|___________________________|
       |Swimmer                    |Fisherman                  |
       |Money:                     |Money:                     |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Quagsire lv 42 (Water/Gro) |Lanturn lv 44 (Water/Elec) |
       |Octillery lv 42 (Water)    |Mantine lv 40 (Water/Fly)  |
       |___________________________|___________________________|
       |Swimmer                    |Swimmer                    |
       |Money:                     |Money:                     |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Seaking lv 40 (Water)      |Golduck lv 38 (Water)      |
       |Kabutops lv 40 (Rock/Water)|Poliwhirl lv 38 (Water)    |
       |___________________________|___________________________|
       |Bird Keeper                |Swimmer                    |
       |Money:                     |Money:                     |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Doduo lv 35 (Normal/Fly)   |Slowking lv 43 (Water/Psy) |
       |Doduo lv 35 (Normal/Fly)   |                           |
       |Dodrio lv 35 (Normal/Fly)  |                           |
       |Dodrio lv 36 (Normal/Fly)  |                           |
       \_______________________________________________________/


       /_____________________________________________________\
       |Pokemon        |Morning  |Day    |Night   |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Tangela        |95%      |90%    |95%     |Normal    |
       |Mr. Mime       |5%       |10%    |5%      |Normal    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Fish/Surfing   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Tentacool      |90%                       |Surfing   |
       |Tentacruel     |10%                       |Surfing   |
       |Magikarp       |95% (O), 60% (G)          |Fishing   |
       |Tentacool      |5% (O), 30% (G)           |Fishing   |
       |Tentacruel     |7% (S)                    |Fishing   |
       |Chinchou       |7% (G), 60% (S)           |Fishing   |
       |Lanturn        |3% (S)                    |Fishing   |
       |Shellder       |3% (G), 30% (S)           |Fishing   |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Tree Headbutt  |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_______________|__________________________|__________|
       |Hoothoot       |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Spinarak       |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Ledyba         |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Wurmple        |                          |Headbutt  |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |National Dex   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Whismur        |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Linoone        |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Buizel         |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Bidoof         |                          |H. Radio  |
       \_____________________________________________________/

Route 21 is about the same as it was back in Gen III, but still has the grass
where you can get Mr. Mime and Tangela from, both somewhat hard to find
Pokemon. The route is populated with Swimmers, Fisherman, and a few Bird
Keepers, so this might be a good spot for EXP.

Keep surfing south and you will reach Cinnibar Island.

     _____
    /K042|
   /_____| ____________________________________________________________________
  /                                                                           /
 /                     C I N N I B A R   I S L A N D                         /
/___________________________________________________________________________/


       /_____________________________________________________\
       |Pokemon        |Morning  |Day    |Night   |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Tentacool      |90%      |90%    |90%     |Surfing   |
       |Tentacruel     |10%      |10%    |10%     |Surfing   |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Fish/Surfing   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Magikarp       |95% (O), 60% (G)          |Fishing   |
       |Tentacool      |5% (O), 30% (G)           |Fishing   |
       |Tentacruel     |7% (S)                    |Fishing   |
       |Chinchou       |7% (G), 60% (S)           |Fishing   |
       |Lanturn        |3% (S)                    |Fishing   |
       |Shellder       |3% (G), 30% (S)           |Fishing   |
       \_____________________________________________________/

Sadly, Cinnibar Island is the same as it was in Gen II (Volcano Erupted and
wiped out everything). You can find Blue there, but he will not really leave
until you get 15 badges. Later on, once you have Rock Climb, you can follow
the path to get a Magmitizer to evolve Magmar into Magmotar. You can also
follow the bottom rock climb path to eventually find a Iron.

Once you are ready, Surf onto Route 20.

  ____
//K043|_____________________________________________________________________\\
||                             Route 20                                     ||
\\__________________________________________________________________________//

         ___________
        /Trainers :|
       |___________|___________________________________________\
       |Swimmer                    |Swimmer                    |
       |Money:                     |Money:                     |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Luvdisc lv 38 (Water)      |Bidoof lv 44 (Normal)      |
       |Luvdisc lv 39 (Water)      |                           |
       |Luvdisc lv 41 (Water)      |                           |
       |___________________________|___________________________|
       |Picknicker                 |Bird Keeper                |
       |Money:                     |Money:                     |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Shroomish lv 45 (Grass)    |Starly lv 48 (Normal/Fly)  |
       |___________________________|___________________________|
       |Picknicker                 |Bird Keeper                |
       |Money:                     |Money:                     |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Shinx lv 45 (Electric)     |Wingull lv 46 (Water/Fly)  |
       |                           |Fearow lv 43 (Normal/Fly)  |
       |___________________________|___________________________|
       |Swimmer                    |Swimmer                    |
       |Money:                     |Money:                     |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #:                   |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Azumarill lv 44 (Water)    |Marill lv 39 (Water)       |
       |                           |Lapras lv 42 (Water/Ice)   |
       |                           |Marill lv 39 (Water)       |
       |___________________________|___________________________|
       |Swimmer                    |Swimmer                    |
       |Money:                     |Money:                     |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Starmie lv 42 (Water/Psy)  |Poliwhirl lv 46 (Water)    |
       |Starmie lv 42 (Water/Psy)  |Tentacruel lv 42 (Wat/Poi) |
       |Starmie lv 42 (Water/Psy)  |                           |
       \_______________________________________________________/


       /_____________________________________________________\
       |Pokemon        |Morning  |Day    |Night   |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Tentacool      |90%      |90%    |90%     |Surfing   |
       |Tentacruel     |10%      |10%    |10%     |Surfing   |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Fish/Surfing   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Magikarp       |95% (O), 60% (G)          |Fishing   |
       |Tentacool      |5% (O), 30% (G)           |Fishing   |
       |Tentacruel     |7% (S)                    |Fishing   |
       |Chinchou       |7% (G), 60% (S)           |Fishing   |
       |Lanturn        |3% (S)                    |Fishing   |
       |Shellder       |3% (G), 30% (S)           |Fishing   |
       \_____________________________________________________/


Once again, Route 20 is about the same as it was in Gen III, although it is
good to note that several trainers on this route have Hoenn and Sinnoh
Pokemon in their parties if you want the Pokedex info for the GTS.

Keep surfing right and you will eventually find the Seafoam Islands. The big
difference is unlike Gen II, you can now explore the Islands again. For now,
though, we are going to look at the Gym.

+===============+
|Seafoam Islands|
+===============+

Once you enter, you will find a staircase leading up. That is where the gym
is.

  ____
//K044|_____________________________________________________________________\\
||                           Seafoam Gym                                    ||
\\__________________________________________________________________________//

         ___________
        /Trainers :|
       |___________|___________________________________________\
       |Scientist                  |Scientist                  |
       |Money:                     |Money:                     |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Arcanine lv 50 (Fire)      |Ninetales lv 50 (Fire)     |
       |___________________________|___________________________|
       |Super Nerd                 |Scientist                  |
       |Money:                     |Money:                     |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Torkoal lv 53 (Fire)       |Magmar lv 50 (Fire)        |
       |___________________________|___________________________|
       |Super Nerd                 |Super Nerd                 |
       |Money:                     |Money:                     |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Numel lv 53 (Fire/Ground)  |Magcargo lv 53 (Fire/Rock) |
       \_______________________________________________________/

Unlike GSC, Blaine now has a proper gym and trainers. Pretty much all of the
trainers are either Scientists or Super Nerds and come with only 1 Pokemon,
which is good.

The downside is the gym's gimmick: You have to fight trainers in order to
continue. The best way to get to Blaine is to go to the right and work your
way around the circle until you get to the area he is in. Once you are ready,
talk to him to fight.

/____________________________________________________________________________\
|Boss: Blaine                                                                |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Pokemon:                                                                    |
|Magcargo lv 54 (Fire/Rock)                                                  |
|Magmar lv 54 (Fire)                                                         |
|Rapidash lv 59 (Fire)                                                       |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Info: Similar to how he was back in the original GSC, Blaine still has 3    |
|      Pokemon, although they are 9 levels higher then they were originally. |
|      Both his Magcargo and Rapidash are carrying a White Herb, which makes |
|      it where any stat decrease you do against them is negated. The good   |
|      thing is all of his Pokemon have a common weakness: Water and Ground  |
|      attacks, with Magcargo being 4x weak against Water and Ground attacks,|
|      and Magmar and Rapidash being 2x weak to Ground and Water. Surf,      |
|      Magnitude, and Earthquake are all very good moves to use here, as well|
|      as Pokemon like Feraligatr and Golem.                                 |
|                                                                            |
|      Blaine's first Pokemon is Magcargo, which has Overheat, Sunny Day,    |
|      Smog, and Rock Slide. Overheat is a powerful Fire move that has a base|
|      damage of 140, but lowers the user's Special Attack two levels.       |
|      Because it is holding a White Herb, it will use it up when Overheat is|
|      used. Sunny Day increases the strength of Fire moves, and for Magcargo|
|      that would be Overheat. Smog is a Poison move that has low power and  |
|      is slightly inaccurate, but has a high 40% chance of poisoning your   |
|      Pokemon.                                                              |
|                                                                            |
|      His second Pokemon is Magmar, which has ThunderPunch, Confuse Ray,    |
|      Overheat, and Sunny Day. Unlike the other two, it does not have a     |
|      White Herb attached to it, so it will have its status go down when it |
|      is used. ThunderPunch makes it hard for Water Pokemon to stay alive,  |
|      so use a ground type if you have one.                                 |
|                                                                            |
|      Finally, there is Rapidash, which as Quick Attack, Bounce, Overheat,  |
|      and Flare Blitz. Flare Blitz is a powerful 120 base attack move that  |
|      does 1/3 recoil damage to Rapidash, but also has a 10% chance of      |
|      burning your Pokemon. Bounce is a similar move to Fly which has the   |
|      user going up in the air on the first turn, and attacking on the      |
|      second. It has a base power of 85, but also is slightly inaccurate    |
|      with only a 85% accuracy. However, it also has a 30% chance of        |
|      paralyzing your Pokemon.                                              |
\____________________________________________________________________________/

Once you beat Blaine, he will give you the Volcano Badge and TM50 (Overheat).

You now have two choices: You can either fly back to Cinnibar, or head to
the one Route we have not explored yet. For the sake of this guide, we will
surf to the right of the Seafoam Islands so we can go on Route 19.

  ____
//K045|_____________________________________________________________________\\
||                             Route 19                                     ||
\\__________________________________________________________________________//

         ___________
        /Trainers :|
       |___________|___________________________________________\
       |Swimmer                    |Swimmer                    |
       |Money:                     |Money:                     |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Seadra lv 36 (Water)       |Remoraid lv 42 (Water)     |
       |Tentacool lv 38 (Water/Poi)|Seadra lv 40 (Water)       |
       |Tentacruel lv 40 (Wat/Poi) |                           |
       |Goldeen lv 38 (Water)      |                           |
       |___________________________|___________________________|
       |Swimmer                    |Swimmer                    |
       |Money:                     |Money:                     |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Clampearl lv 46 (Water)    |Shellder lv 40 (Water)     |
       |                           |Cloyster lv 44 (Water/Ice) |
       \_______________________________________________________/


       /_____________________________________________________\
       |Pokemon        |Morning  |Day    |Night   |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Krabby         |90%      |90%    |90%     |Rock Smash|
       |Kingler        |10%      |10%    |10%     |Rock Smash|
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Fish/Surfing   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Tentacool      |90%                       |Surfing   |
       |Tentacruel     |10%                       |Surfing   |
       |Magikarp       |95% (O), 60% (G)          |Fishing   |
       |Krabby         |5% (O), 37% (G), 67% (S)  |Fishing   |
       |Kingler        |3% (S)                    |Fishing   |
       |Corsola        |3% (G), 30% (S)           |Fishing   |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Rock Smash     |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_______________|__________________________|__________|
       |Krabby         |90%                       |Rock Smash|
       |Kingler        |10%                       |Rock Smash|
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |National Dex   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Clampearl      |                          |Swarm     |
       \_____________________________________________________/

Sadly, there is not much to do on Route 19. You can capture Corsola with a
decent enough rod, and fight a few trainers. If you swim all the way up to
Fuchsia City, the blocked path will be gone. Once you are ready, fly back
to Cinnibar Island.

+===============+
|Cinnibar Island|
+===============+

If you have been following the guide, you should have 15 badges at this point.
If not, look back and see which gyms you have missed. Talk to Blue, and he
will return to the Viridian Gym. Fly to Viridian and you can now enter the
Gym.

  ____
//K046|_____________________________________________________________________\\
||                            Viridian Gym                                  ||
\\__________________________________________________________________________//

         ___________
        /Trainers :|
       |___________|___________________________________________\
       |Ace Trainer                |Ace Trainer                |
       |Money:                     |Money:                     |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Stantler lv 53 (Normal)    |Slowking lv 50 (Water/Psy) |
       |Tauros lv 52 (Normal)      |Lickitung lv 53 (Normal)   |
       |___________________________|___________________________|
       |Ace Trainer                |Double Team                |
       |Money:                     |Money:                     |
       |Phone #: No                |Phone #: No                |
       |===========================|===========================|
       |Pokemon:                   |Pokemon:                   |
       |Spinda lv 50 (Normal)      |Porygon2 lv 52 (Normal)    |
       |Sudowoodo lv 52 (Rock)     |Azumarill lv 50 (Water)    |
       \_______________________________________________________/

The final gym! Unlike Gen II where there was no trainers or puzzle, HGSS
brought back the movement tiles that Giovanni had back in RBY/FRLG.

In order to reach Blue, you will have to go in a certain pattern. Here is
a list of instructions on where to go.

1. Go through the middle where there is no movement tile, and then go all
   the way to the right and hit the red movement tile going up.

2. When you stop, go left and hit the red movement tile going up.

3. When you stop, go up and hit the red movement tile going up.

4. When you stop, go one tile to the right and then go on the red movement
   tile going up.

5. When you stop, go right onto the red movement tile going up.

6. When you stop, go right and onto the red movement tile going up (The
   one on the very right, not the first one you see).

7. When you stop, you will be able to go up the steps and talk to Blue.

/____________________________________________________________________________\
|Boss: Blue                                                                  |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Pokemon:                                                                    |
|Pidgeot lv 60 (Normal/Flying)                                               |
|Rhydon lv 58 (Ground/Rock)                                                  |
|Machamp lv 56 (Fighting)                                                    |
|Gyarados lv 52 (Water/Flying)                                               |
|Exeggutor lv 55 (Grass/Psychic)                                             |
|Arcanine lv 58 (Fire)                                                       |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Info: Ah, good 'ol Blue...In what is still one of the most unique gym fights|
|      in the series, all of his Pokemon have a different type. His levels   |
|      are sort of weird, some of his Pokemon are 2-4 levels higher, while   |
|      others have actually decreased (Exeggutor and Gyarados have gone down |
|      in level, Arcanine has stayed the same, Machamp replaces Alakazam and |
|      is now lv 56, and Rhydon and Pidgeot have gone up in level). Compared |
|      to his final FR/LG team as champion, he is about 3-7 levels weaker.   |
|      His team is slightly based off of his RBY/FRLG team, minus the starter|
|      and with one of the few changes between GSC and HGSS: His Alakazam    |
|      from GSC has been replaced with a Machamp, more then likely because of|
|      Exeggutor also being a Psychic type and your Rival and Sabrina having |
|      one as well.                                                          |
|                                                                            |
|      So, what is the best way to tackle him? By now, your team should be   |
|      around lv 50-60, if not higher from the Elite Four and if you fought  |
|      the various trainers around Kanto. Because of how diverse his team is,|
|      you will want Pokemon of various types with several different attacks.|
|      As far as weaknesses go, Electric, Water, and Flying can take out his |
|      Pokemon and are the type of attacks that you want on your team. To be |
|      on the safe side, you may want to bring a few Hyper Potions and       |
|      Revives, since he fights more like a Elite Four member then any Gym   |
|      Leader you have faced so far.                                         |
|                                                                            |
|      As far as his Pokemon goes, his Pidgeot has Whirlwind, Mirror Move,   |
|      Return, and Air Slash. Mirror Move is a interesting flying type move  |
|      that copies your last move if you made one, and fails if you did not. |
|      Return is a normal move that does damage based on how your Pokemon    |
|      like you, and on a trainer like Blue it does a lot of damage if you   |
|      are not careful. Finally, Whirlwind is a rather nasty move that causes|
|      your current Pokemon to be switched out for another one. Ice          |
|      and Electric moves are recommended here.                              |
|                                                                            |
|      Rhydon has Earthquake, Stone Edge, Megahorn, and Thunder Fang. Stone  |
|      Edge is a move that has 100 base damage and has a higher chance of    |
|      striking a Critical Hit, but is only 80% accurate. Megahorn is a      |
|      powerful Bug type move that has a base damage of 120, but has a low   |
|      accuracy of 85%. Be careful when using a water Pokemon against Rhydon |
|      because of its Thunder Fang, but if you can use Water and Grass       |
|      attacks.                                                              |
|                                                                            |
|      Machamp, one of the few new Pokemon for a gym leader, has DynamicPunch|
|      ThunderPunch, Stone Edge, and Earthquake. Dynamic Punch is a very low |
|      accuracy move (only a 50% chance of it hitting), but has 100 base     |
|      power and will always confuse you when it hits. Flying and Psychic    |
|      moves work best against Machamp here.                                 |
|                                                                            |
|      Gyarados has been greatly underleveled from GSC, ans has Waterfall,   |
|      Ice Fang, Dragon Dance, and Return. Waterfall has a base damage of 80 |
|      and has a 20% chance of causing you to Flinch. Dragon Dance increases |
|      Gyarados's Speed and Attack up one level when it is used, so be       |
|      careful and knock it out quickly if it starts using it a lot. Electric|
|      works best here, since it is 4x effective against Gyarados.           |
|                                                                            |
|      Exeggutor has Psychic, Hypnosis, Leaf Storm, and Trick Room. Leaf     |
|      Storm is similar to Overheat in that it lowers Exeggutor's Special    |
|      Attack two levels when it is used. Trick Room is a weird move that    |
|      causes the Pokemon with the lower speed rating to go first, which     |
|      works in Exeggutor's favor due to its crappy 55 base speed rating. The|
|      only way to counter this is to have a even slower Pokemon, although   |
|      that would be hard to come by. Dark, Flying, Bug, and Ice moves all   |
|      work well on Exeggutor.                                               |
|                                                                            |
|      Finally there is Arcanine, which has ExtremeSpeed, Flare Blitz, Dragon|
|      Pulse, and Roar. ExtremeSpeed is a powerful and accurate move with 80 |
|      base damage and allows the user to go first. Dragon Pulse is a very   |
|      accurate Dragon move with a 90 base damage. Finally, Roar is similar  |
|      to Whirlwind where it will cause another Pokemon to be brought out.   |
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Once you beat Blue, he will give you the Earth Badge and TM 92 (Trick Room).

Now that you have all 16 badges, you will get a call from Prof. Oak telling
you to go to his lab.

+===========+
|Pallet Town|
+===========+

Head to Prof. Oak's lab and talk to him, and he will give you HM 08, Rock
Climb. He will also tell you that the path to Mt. Silver is now open. You
can reach Mt. Silver by going to Viridian and going through the Pokemon
League gate on the left.

Another thing to note is the Pokemon League will now be leveled up and have
not only higher Pokemon, but new Pokemon from Hoenn and Sinnoh as well.
Either way, you should look at your parties levels and decide. For Mt.
Silver, you will want most of your Pokemon to be at least 70 or above, and
for the new Pokemon League, you will want your party to be at least level
60+.

Alternately, you can now enter the Cerulean Cave and capture Mewtwo.

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Once you have all 16 badges, you will have the option of either going to Mt.
Silver for one final battle, or going to the Elite Four for a rematch. Since
your Pokemon should be around level 55 and up, you may want to get some EXP
first.

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Now that you have all 16 badges, the Pokemon League will open up for
rematches. Unlike previous Elite Four Rematches, each member now has 6 Pokemon
and pretty much sticks to their type no matter what. This can make it easier
to exploit weaknesses, but their levels are from lv 60 to mid 70s. Like
before, you will want to bring some revives and potions with you.

/____________________________________________________________________________\
|Boss: Will                                                                  |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Pokemon:                                                                    |
|Bronzong lv 58 (Psychic/Steel)                                              |
|Jynx lv 60 (Ice/Psychic)                                                    |
|Grumpig lv 59 (Psychic)                                                     |
|Slobro lv 60 (Psychic/Water)                                                |
|Gardevoir lv 61 (Psychic)                                                   |
|Xatu lv 62 (Psychic/Flying)                                                 |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Info: Will is about the same as he was before. His Pokemon are all Psychic, |
|      meaning that bug, ghost, and dark attacks should work on all of his   |
|      Pokemon. Gengar, Umbreon, or any other similar Dark Pokemon will work |
|      well here.                                                            |
|                                                                            |
|      First up is Bronzong, which has Payback, Gravity, Psychic, and        |
|      Reflect. It has Heatproof as a ability, so it is resistant to Fire    |
|      attacks. Payback is a middle of the line move that has a base of 50   |
|      damage, but increases to 100 if Bronzong attacks after your Pokemon.  |
|      Gravity disabled Bounce, Fly, Splash, Jump Kick, Hi Jump Kick, and    |
|      Magnet Rise, as well as making Flying Pokemon and Pokemon with        |
|      Levitate being able to be hit by ground moves. Finally, Reflect       |
|      makes it where if you use a Physical move against Bronzong, its       |
|      defense will double and make your attack weaker. Bronzong is weak     |
|      against Ground moves, so Earthquake should take it out fairly quickly.|
|                                                                            |
|      Next is Jynx, which has Blizzard, Lovely Kiss, Dream Eater, and Fake  |
|      Tears. Lovely Kiss is a sleep move that has a rather low accuracy     |
|      (About 75%). Dream Eater is a combo move with Lovely Kiss that will   |
|      do 100 base damage and has 100% accuracy, as well as giving the user  |
|      50% of the energy that was drained. However, it will not work if you  |
|      are awake, so use a Full Heal if Lovely Kiss works. Fake Tears lowers |
|      your Special Defense two stages. Jynx has many weaknesses, including  |
|      Rock, Bug, Ghost, Steel, Fire, and Dark. Shadow Ball, Flamethrower,   |
|      Crunch, and so on are all good moves to use against it.               |
|                                                                            |
|      Third is Grumpig, which has Power Gem, Signal Beam, Psychic, and      |
|      Confuse Ray. Power Gem is a rock type move that has a base power of 70|
|      and is 100% accurate. Signal Beam is a Bug type move that has a base  |
|      of 75, 100% accurate, and has a 10% chance of causing your Pokemon to |
|      become confused. Grumpig is weak against Bug, Ghost, and Dark attacks,|
|      so Crunch and Shadow Ball work well.                                  |
|                                                                            |
|      Fourth up is Slowbro, which has Psychic, Curse, Body Slam, and        |
|      Amnesia. Curse lowers Slowbro's already slow Speed down 2 levels and  |
|      raises its Attack and Defense one level. Amnesia increases Special    |
|      Defense two levels. Slowbro is weak against Bug, Ghost, Grass,        |
|      Electric, and Dark attacks, so Thunderbolt, Razor Leaf, Shadow Ball,  |
|      and Crunch are all good to use.                                       |
|                                                                            |
|      Fifth is Gardevoir, which has Psychic, Charge Beam, Calm Mind, and    |
|      Focus Blast. Charge Beam is a electric attack that only has 50 power  |
|      and 90% accuracy, but has a 70% chance of raising Gardevoir's Special |
|      Attack one level. Calm Mind raises Gardevoirs Special Attack and      |
|      Defense up one stage each, and Focus Blast is a powerful Fighting     |
|      move that has a base of 120 power and has a 10% chance of lowering    |
|      your Special Defense 1 level, but is only 70% accurate. Gardevoir     |
|      is weak against Bug, Ghost, and Dark attacks, so the same strategy    |
|      that worked against Grumpig will work here.                           |
|                                                                            |
|      Finally, there is Xatu, which has Psychic, Confuse Ray, Shadow Ball   |
|      and Quick Attack. All are attacks you have faced before, so no need   |
|      to get into them. Xatu is weak against Rock, Ghost, Electric, Ice and |
|      Dark moves.                                                           |
\____________________________________________________________________________/

Heal up, and go to the next room where Koga is.

/____________________________________________________________________________\
|Boss: Koga                                                                  |
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|Pokemon:                                                                    |
|Skuntank lv 61 (Poison)                                                     |
|Toxicroak lv 60 (Poison/Fighting)                                           |
|Swalot lv 62 (Poison)                                                       |
|Venomoth lv 63 (Poison/Bug)                                                 |
|Muk lv 62 (Poison)                                                          |
|Crobat lv 64 (Poison/Flying)                                                |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Info: Good 'ol Koga....Like before, pretty much all of his Pokemon have     |
|      either Toxic, a Stat Increase or Decreasing move, or some weird       |
|      obscure move. You will want to have a few Full Heals for this fight,  |
|      as well as Pokemon around level 55 or above. 5 out of 6 of his Pokemon|
|      are weak against Psychic attacks, so those will be the best to use.   |
|      Alakazam, Gardevoir, or even a Gengar with Psychic will all work well |
|      here.                                                                 |
|                                                                            |
|      First up is Skuntank, which has Explosion, Toxic, Dig, and Sucker     |
|      Punch. It also has Aftermath, which drains 1/4 of your Pokemons Max   |
|      HP when it faints when you use a attack to knock it out. Explosion is |
|      sort of a odd move on Skuntank, since it does a lot of damage, but    |
|      knocks out Skuntank, so don't expect it to use it until it gets close |
|      to dying. Dig is a ground move that causes it to go underground on the|
|      first turn, and strike on the second. Finally, Sucker Punch is a      |
|      powerful Dark move that always goes first. Skuntank is weak against   |
|      Ground moves, so Earthquake will work just fine.                      |
|                                                                            |
|      Second is Toxicroak, which has X-Scissor, Swagger, Gunk Shot, and     |
|      Cross Chop. X-Scissor is a powerful Bug move (80 base damage) that is |
|      100% accurate. Swagger is a annoying move that increases your attack  |
|      two levels, but confuses you. Gunk Shot is a very powerful Poison move|
|      with 120 base damage and 30% chance of poisoning your Pokemon, but    |
|      is only 70% accurate. Finally there is Cross Chop, which has 100 base |
|      damage and has a higher Critical Hit ratio, but is only 80% accurate. |
|      Toxicroak is 2x weak to Flying and Ground, and 4x weak to Psychic, so |
|      Psybeam/Psychic are both good attacks to use.                         |
|                                                                            |
|      Third is Swalot, which has Amnesia, Sludge Bomb, Yawn, and Pain Split,|
|      while also carrying leftovers that will restore HP each turn. Yawn is |
|      a move that will put your Pokemon to sleep at the end of the next     |
|      turn. Pain Split is a weird move that adds your current HP with       |
|      Swalot's HP, and then divides it evenly. This can be a bit annoying,  |
|      especially if its low on HP and you are at your maximum. Swalot is    |
|      weak against Ground and Psychic, so Earthquake and Psychic/Psybeam are|
|      recommended.                                                          |
|                                                                            |
|      Fourth is Venomoth, which has Silver Wind, Double Team, Psychic, and  |
|      Baton Pass. Silver Wind is a Bug-type move that has a base power of   |
|      60, is 100% accurate, and has a 10% chance of increasing all of       |
|      Venomoth's stats up one level, so it is pretty much a variation of    |
|      Ancientpower. Double Team is used to increase its evasiveness, making |
|      it harder for you to hit it. Baton Pass is a move used with Double    |
|      Team to switch out Venomoth with another Pokemon, but give it all     |
|      the stat increases (Like Double Team's raised Evasiveness) to the     |
|      other Pokemon. Venomoth is weak against Flying, Rock, Fire, and       |
|      Psychic attacks.                                                      |
|                                                                            |
|      Fifth is Muk, which has Minimize, Swagger, Screech, and Toxic. It is  |
|      also holding Black Sludge, which restores HP every turn for Poison    |
|      type Pokemon. Minimize makes it harder to hit Muk, Screech lowers your|
|      defense two levels, and Toxic badly poisons you. As you can see, Muk  |
|      has no way to attack you outside of using Swagger to confuse you, and |
|      Toxic to poison you, so a Steel Pokemon will be able to resist it for |
|      the most part. It is weak against Ground and Psychic attacks.         |
|                                                                            |
|      Finally, there is Crobat, which has Fly, Cross Poison, Mean Look, and |
|      Toxic. Cross Poison has a base damage of 70 and is 100% accurate, has |
|      a higher critical hit ratio, and has a 10% chance of Poisoning your   |
|      Pokemon. Mean Look makes it where your Pokemon cannot switch out      |
|      unless Crobat is knocked out. It is weak against Rock, Electric,      |
|      Psychic, and Ice attacks.                                             |
\____________________________________________________________________________/

If any of your Pokemon are poisoned, you will want to take care of that with
Full Heals. Next up is Bruno.

/____________________________________________________________________________\
|Boss: Bruno                                                                 |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Pokemon:                                                                    |
|Hitmontop lv 62 (Fighting)                                                  |
|Hitmonlee lv 61 (Fighting)                                                  |
|Hariyama lv 62 (Fighting)                                                   |
|Machamp lv 64 (Fighting)                                                    |
|Lucario lv 64 (Fighting/Steel)                                              |
|Hitmonchan lv 61 (Fighting)                                                 |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Info: Bruno has finally dropped the Onix and his team now has all fighting  |
|      Pokemon. Because of that, 5 out of 6 of his Pokemon are weak against  |
|      Psychic and Flying attacks, and any ghost Pokemon you might have will |
|      be resistant to most of his moves.                                    |
|                                                                            |
|      First up is Hitmontop, which has Earthquake, Counter, Quick Attack,   |
|      and Close Combat. Counter returns any physical attack back at your    |
|      Pokemon at 2x strength, and Close Combat has a base 120 damage with   |
|      100% accuracy, but lowers Hitmontop's Defense and Special Defense     |
|      one level. Hitmontop is weak against Flying and Psychic attacks, so   |
|      Aerial Ace and Psychic will both work well.                           |
|                                                                            |
|      Second it Hitmonlee, and it has Close Combat, Swagger, Blaze Kick and |
|      Reversal. Blaze Kick is a fire type move that has a base damage of 85 |
|      has a higher critical hit ratio and a 10% chance of burning your      |
|      Pokemon, but is only 90% accurate. Reversal has a base damage         |
|      depending on hitmonlee's HP, where the less HP it has, the more damage|
|      it does. Take it out the same way you did Hitmontop.                  |
|                                                                            |
|      Third is Hitmonchan, which has Substitute, Bullet Punch, Drain Punch, |
|      and Close Combat. Substitute drains 25% of Hitmonchan's HP and makes  |
|      a Substitute, where until you do enough damage to that substitute, it |
|      will keep soaking up hits. Bullet Punch is pretty much a steel version|
|      of Quick Attack. Drain Punch has a base damage of 60 and is 100%      |
|      accurate, but also recovers 50% of the damage done to your Pokemon and|
|      heals Hitmonchan (Sort of a Physical version of Giga Drain).          |
|      Hitmonchan goes down the same way as the others.                      |
|                                                                            |
|      Fourth is Hariyama, which has Payback, Low Kick, Bulk Up, and Bullet  |
|      Punch. Payback is a dark move that has a base power of 50, but will   |
|      go up to 100 is you attack Hariyama. Low Kick does damage based on    |
|      the weight of the target, where lighter Pokemon take less damage, and |
|      heavier Pokemon take more. Finally, Bulk Up raises Hiriyama's Attack  |
|      and Defense up one level. Use the same methods you did on the previous|
|      Pokemon.                                                              |
|                                                                            |
|      Fifth is Lucario, and the only Pokemon to have a dual-type. It has    |
|      Iron Tail, Counter, Close Combat, and ExtremeSpeed. Iron Tail has a   |
|      base damage of 100 and has a 10% chance of lowering your Pokemon's    |
|      Defense, but is only 75% accurate. Extremespeed has a base power of 80|
|      and is 100% accurate, but also makes it go first. Because Lucario is  |
|      also a steel type, it is weak against Fighting, Ground, and Fire      |
|      attacks. Brick Break, Earthquake, and Flamethrower/Fire Blast are     |
|      fairly good attacks to use against it.                                |
|                                                                            |
|      Finally there is Machamp, which has Stone Edge, Bullet Punch, Dynamic |
|      Punch, and Foresight. Stone Edge is a Rock move that has a base power |
|      of 100 and has a higher critical hit ratio, but is only 80% accurate. |
|      DynamicPunch has a base power of 100 and will confuse your Pokemon,   |
|      but is highly inaccurate and only has a accuracy of 50%. Finally,     |
|      Foresight will allow Machamp to hit Ghost Pokemon. Like all of the    |
|      other Pokemon, use Flying and Psychic (although be careful of Stone   |
|      Edge if using a flying type.                                          |
\____________________________________________________________________________/

Heal up and head to Karen.

/____________________________________________________________________________\
|Boss: Karen                                                                 |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Pokemon:                                                                    |
|Weavile lv 62 (Dark/Ice)                                                    |
|Spiritomb lv 62 (Dark/Ghost)                                                |
|Honchkrow lv 64 (Dark/Flying)                                               |
|Umbreon lv 64 (Dark)                                                        |
|Houndoom lv 64 (Dark/Fire)                                                  |
|Absol lv 64 (Dark)                                                          |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Info: Oddly enough, even though Karen had several Dark Pokemon available    |
|      during the main game, only 2 of her Pokemon is a Gen III family and   |
|      above (Weavile and Honckrow both being evolutions of Gen II Pokemon.  |
|      Anywho, all of her Pokemon are the dark-type, although only two of    |
|      them just have that one type. You will need to be more careful about  |
|      weaknesses here, since not all of her Pokemon can be beaten by        |
|      fighting moves alone.                                                 |
|                                                                            |
|      First up is Weavile, which has Ice Punch, Low Kick, Night Slash, and  |
|      Ice Shard. Night Slash has a base power of 70 and is 100% accurate,   |
|      and has a higher Critical Hit ratio (Basically a dark version of      |
|      Slash). Ice Shard is basically a Ice version of Quick Attack and will |
|      go first. Weavile is 4x weak to Fighting, and 2x weak to Rock, Bug,   |
|      Steel, and Fire. Brick Break, Bug Bite, Iron Tail, Flamethrower, and  |
|      Ancientpower all work well on Weavile.                                |
|                                                                            |
|      Second is Spiritomb, which has Curse, Confuse Ray, Pain Split, and    |
|      Sucker Punch. Curse on a ghost type like Spiritomb will drain half of |
|      its HP, but then drain 1/4 of your HP each turn. Sucker Punch is a    |
|      Dark type move that has a increased priority, has a base damage of 80,|
|      is 100% accurate, but will miss if you do not use a damage-inducing   |
|      move on Spiritomb or you go first with a high priority move. Because  |
|      of its Dark and Ghost type, it has no weaknesses, Poison moves only   |
|      do 1/2 of the normal damage, and Normal, Fighting, and Psychic moves  |
|      are not effective. Since it has no weaknesses, you will want to use   |
|      your strongest attacks against it.                                    |
|                                                                            |
|      Third is Honchkrow, which has Thunder Wave, Drill Peck, Whirlwind, and|
|      Sucker Punch. Thunder Wave will paralyze your Pokemon, Drill Peck is a|
|      strong flying move with a base damage of 80 and is 100% accurate, and |
|      Whirlwind will switch out your current Pokemon with another one.      |
|      Honchkrow is weak against Rock, Electric, and Ice moves, so Ice Beam, |
|      Ancientpower, and Thunderbolt/Thunder are all good attacks to use.    |
|                                                                            |
|      Fourth is her Umbreon, which has Curse, Payback, Confuse Ray, and     |
|      Sucker Punch. Curse on Umbreon lowers it speed, while raising its     |
|      attack and defense up one level. Payback goes hand and hand with Curse|
|      since its base attack is normally 50, but goes up to 100 if you attack|
|      before Umbreon. Umbreon is weak against fighting and bug attacks, so  |
|      Brick Break and Bug Bite will both work well.                         |
|                                                                            |
|      Fifth up is Houndoom, which has Nasty Plot, Dark Pulse, Flamethrower, |
|      and Sludge Bomb. Nasty Plot is used to raise Houndooms special attack |
|      up two levels. Dark Pulse has a base damage of 80, is 100% accurate,  |
|      and has a 20% chance of causing your Pokemon to flinch. Houndoom is   |
|      weak against Fighting, Ground, Rock, and Water attacks. Brick Break,  |
|      Earthquake, Ancientpower, and Surf all are effective.                 |
|                                                                            |
|      The last Pokemon is Absol, which has Detect, Night Slash, Perish Song,|
|      and Psycho Cut. Detect is a high priority move that will block any    |
|      damage on the first turn, but will drop down to 50% accuracy if Absol |
|      uses it again on the next turn. Perish Song causes both your Pokemon  |
|      and Absol to faint in 3 turns unless you switch out. If Absol is the  |
|      last Pokemon when it uses it, it will faint. If you see it use this,  |
|      switch out your Pokemon right away. Psycho Cut is the Psychic version |
|      of Slash. Like Umbreon, Absol is weak against the same types (Fighting|
|      and Bug), so do the same thing you did there.                         |
\____________________________________________________________________________/


Make sure all of your Pokemon are healed for the Champion. His Pokemon are one
of the highest in the game, from 68 to 75.

/____________________________________________________________________________\
|Boss: Lance                                                                 |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Pokemon:                                                                    |
|Salamence lv 72 (Dragon/Flying)                                             |
|Garchomp lv 72 (Dragon/Ground)                                              |
|Dragonite lv 75 (Dragon/Flying)                                             |
|Charizard lv 68 (Fire/Flying)                                               |
|Altaria lv 73 (Dragon/Flying)                                               |
|Gyarados lv 68 (Water/Flying)                                               |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Info: Lance's team has grown quite a bit since you last saw him, now having |
|      a level average between 68-75, only a few levels lower then Cynthia.  |
|      4 out of 6 of his Pokemon are Dragon type, so Ice attacks are highly  |
|      recommended here, with the other two being part flying. Lance is not  |
|      too bad as long as your team has some variety in it.                  |
|                                                                            |
|      First up is Salamence, which has Dragon Claw, Flamethrower, Shadow    |
|      Claw, and Rest. Dragon Claw is a powerful Dragon attack that has a    |
|      base damage of 80, and is 100% accurate. Shadow Claw is a ghost type  |
|      move that is a variation of Slash. Rest puts Salamence to sleep for   |
|      several turns, but also restores all of its HP and any status ailments|
|      it might have. The Lum Berry it has equipped will allow it to recover |
|      from sleep once it uses Rest, so be careful. Salamence is 4x weak to  |
|      Ice, and 2x weak to Rock and Dragon attacks, so Ice Beam, Ancientpower|
|      and Dragon Claw are all good moves to use.                            |
|                                                                            |
|      Second is Gyarados, and it has Dragon Dance, Waterfall, Ice Fang, and |
|      Thunder Wave. Dragon Dance increases its Attack and Speed stats up one|
|      level when it is used. Waterfall has a base damage of 80 and has a 20%|
|      chance of causing you to flinch. Ice Fang is a Ice move that has a    |
|      base power of 65, is 95% accurate, and has both a 10% chance of       |
|      freezing your Pokemon and causing it to Flinch. Gyarados is 4x weak to|
|      Electric attacks, and 2x weak to Rock. Thunderbolt, Thunder, and      |
|      Ancientpower are all good to use.                                     |
|                                                                            |
|      Third is Charizard, and it has Flamethrower, Hyper Beam, Dragon Claw, |
|      and Air Slash. Air Slash is a flying move that has a base power of    |
|      75, is 95% accurate, and has a 30% chance of causing your Pokemon to  |
|      flinch. Charizard is 4x weak to Rock, and 2x weak to Water and        |
|      Electric attacks. Ancientpower, Surf, and Thunderbolt/Thunder are     |
|      recommended.                                                          |
|                                                                            |
|      Lance's fourth Pokemon is Garchomp, which has Outrage, Swords Dance,  |
|      Earthquake, and Roar. Outrage is a Dragon attack that has a base      |
|      damage of 120 and will continue to use it for up to 2-3 turns, and    |
|      then Garchomp will become confused. Swords Dance increases Garchomp's |
|      Attack up two levels, and Roar forces another one of your Pokemon out |
|      to the field. Garchomp is 4x weak to Ice and 2x weak to Dragon, so    |
|      Ice Beam and Dragon Claw are the attacks you want to use.             |
|                                                                            |
|      His fifth Pokemon is Altaria, which has Double Team, DragonBreath,    |
|      Perish Song, and Hyper Beam. Double Team increases its evasiveness,   |
|      making it very hard to hit Altaria. DragonBreath is a Dragon move that|
|      has a base of 60 power, is 100% accurate, and has a 30% chance of     |
|      paralyzing your Pokemon. Altaria is similar to Salamence, so use      |
|      Ice, Rock, and Dragon attacks.                                        |
|                                                                            |
|      Finally, his final and trademark Pokemon is Dragonite, which has Draco|
|      Meteor, Safeguard, Fire Blast, and Hyper Beam. Draco Meteor is a      |
|      Dragon version of Overheat, which has a base damage of 140, is 90%    |
|      accurate, and lowers Dragonites Special Attack down two levels.       |
|      Dragonite is similar to Salamence and Altaria, so Ice, Rock, and      |
|      Dragon attacks will hurt it.                                          |
\____________________________________________________________________________/

Congratulations, you beat the Elite Four a second time! Its good to note how
much money you can make from each member:

/________________________________\
|Trainer |Normal  |W/Amulet Coin |
|________|________|______________|
|Will    |7440p   |14880p        |
|Koga    |7740p   |15480p        |
|Bruno   |7680p   |15360p        |
|Karen   |7680p   |15360p        |
|Lance   |15000p  |30000p        |
|________|________|______________|
|TOTAL   |45,540p |91,080p       |
\________________________________/

As you can see, you can make a lot of money quickly by battling the Elite Four
over and over. Not only that, but the EXP given out is extremely good.


+=============+
|Viridian City|
+=============+

Once you are ready for the final dungeon, fly to Viridian City and go on the
route to the left to find Route 22.
  ____
//EG03|_____________________________________________________________________\\
||                             Route 22                                     ||
\\__________________________________________________________________________//


       /_____________________________________________________\
       |Pokemon        |Morning  |Day    |Night   |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Spearow        |50%      |50%    |-       |Normal    |
       |Fearow         |5%       |5%     |-       |Normal    |
       |Doduuo         |10%      |10%    |-       |Normal    |
       |Rattata        |30%      |30%    |95%     |Normal    |
       |Ponyta         |5%       |5%     |5%      |Normal    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Fish/Surfing   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Poliwag        |90%                       |Surfing   |
       |Poliwhirl      |10%                       |Surfing   |
       |Magikarp       |95% (O), 60% (G), 7% (S)  |Fishing   |
       |Poliwag        |5% (O), 40% (G), 93% (S)  |Fishing   |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Tree Headbutt  |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_______________|__________________________|__________|
       |Hoothoot       |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Spinarak       |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Pineco         |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Wurmple        |                          |Headbutt  |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |National Dex   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Whismur        |                          |H Radio   |
       |Linoone        |                          |H Radio   |
       |Buizel         |                          |H Radio   |
       |Bidoof         |                          |H Radio   |
       \_____________________________________________________/

Fortunately, there are no trainers on this route for you to fight. You can
find some low level Fearow and Ponyta in the grass, though. Anywho, keep
going left until you find one of those ledges you can hop across. Go down
and go left and you will find the gatehouse that you passed while going to
Victory Road. Go inside and go to the left to find a new pathway open:
Route 28.

  ____
//EG04|_____________________________________________________________________\\
||                             Route 28                                     ||
\\__________________________________________________________________________//


       /_____________________________________________________\
       |Pokemon        |Morning  |Day    |Night   |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Ponyta         |30%      |30%    |30%     |Normal    |
       |Rapidash       |10%      |10%    |10%     |Normal    |
       |Tangela        |30%      |30%    |30%     |Normal    |
       |Donphan        |20%      |20%    |20%     |HeartGold |
       |Ursaring       |20%      |20%    |20%     |SoulSilver|
       |Doduo          |5%       |5%     |-       |Normal    |
       |Dodrio         |5%       |5%     |-       |Normal    |
       |Sneasel        |-        |-      |10%     |Normal    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Fish/Surfing   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Poliwag        |90%                       |Surfing   |
       |Poliwhirl      |10%                       |Surfing   |
       |Magikarp       |95% (O), 60% (G), 7% (S)  |Fishing   |
       |Poliwag        |5% (O), 40% (G), 93% (S)  |Fishing   |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Tree Headbutt  |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_______________|__________________________|__________|
       |Natu           |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Aipom          |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Heracross      |                          |Headbutt  |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |National Dex   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Whismur        |                          |H Radio   |
       |Linoone        |                          |H Radio   |
       |Buizel         |                          |H Radio   |
       |Bidoof         |                          |H Radio   |
       \_____________________________________________________/


Most of the Pokemon on this route are a mixture between the ones from Route 22
and the Pokemon you will find in Mt. Silver. To get to the Pokemon Center and
go to Mt. Silver, follow the lower part of the route and go right.

Once you do reach the Pokemon Center, you will find that you are in Johto now.
If you go right, you will find a path that you will need cut for. Have a
Pokemon use cut on the tree and go right, you will find a house. Go inside and
you will find that one girl that was on Route 16 in FRLG that was near
Celadon. Talk to her, and she will give you TM47 (Steel Wind). Once you get
that, go out of the house and go down the right path more and you will find a
itemball with TM 35 (Flamethrower). If you go even further down the right side
and press A near the last tree, you will find a Rare Candy.

Now that you have done that, it is time to prepare for Mt. Silver. Most of the
wild Pokemon are around lv 45-50, and there is no trainers outside of the last
story boss in the game, which has his Pokemon at a whopping lv 80+, with his
highest being level 88.

As far as HMs, you will need to have Rock Climb, Surf, Waterfall to proceed,
and you will need Rock Smash for some of the items. If you do not feel like
fighting all of the Pokemon, you might want to get some repels, and you might
want to get a few Escape Ropes if you get lost. Make sure your Pokemon are at
least level 65+ for the final battle, you might want to fight the Elite Four
a few times to level up your Pokemon.

Once you are ready, go inside the cave to enter Mt. Silver.

     _____
    /EG05|
   /_____| ____________________________________________________________________
  /                                                                           /
 /                          M T .   S I L V E R                              /
/___________________________________________________________________________/

Keep in mind that you will need Rock Climb, Surf, and Waterfall to get to the
end, as well as Rock Smash for certain items.

______
|1F  |
______________________________________________________________________________

       /_____________________________________________________\
       |Pokemon        |Morning  |Day    |Night   |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Quagsire       |40%      |40%    |30%     |Normal    |
       |Donphan        |20%      |20%    |20%     |HeartGold |
       |Ursaring       |20%      |20%    |20%     |SoulSilver|
       |Golbat         |5%       |5%     |5%      |Normal    |
       |Steelix        |20%      |20%    |20%     |Normal    |
       |Golduck        |10%      |10%    |10%     |Normal    |
       |Larvitar       |5%       |5%     |5%      |Normal    |
       |Misdreavus     |-        |-      |10%     |Normal    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Fish/Surfing   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Seaking        |90%                       |Surfing   |
       |Goldeen        |10%                       |Surfing   |
       |Magikarp       |95% (O), 60% (G), 7% (S)  |Fishing   |
       |Goldeen        |5% (O), 40% (G), 90% (S)  |Fishing   |
       |Seaking        |3% (S)                    |Fishing   |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |National Dex   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Absol          |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Makuhita       |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Bronzor        |                          |S. Radio  |
       |Chingling      |                          |S. Radio  |
       \_____________________________________________________/

There are two paths you can take: you can either surf to the left or go up
the Rock Climbable wall. If you surf to the left, go up the waterfall and
you will find a cave on the right hand side that has a Expert Belt inside.
If you keep going left, you will find a rock climbable wall you can go up.
Go up and you will find another wall you can use rock climb on the right.
Go down, surf, and go up the waterfall to find a cave with Moltres inside.
(More on that in the Side quest section).

To continue up the mountain, climb up the rock climbable wall that was in
the entrance of Mt. Silver to find a exit going out on the right side.
______________________________________________________________________________


_____________________________________
|Side of the Mountain (Green Area)  |
______________________________________________________________________________

       /_____________________________________________________\
       |Pokemon        |Morning  |Day    |Night   |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Onix           |30%      |30%    |30%     |Normal    |
       |Phanpy         |10%      |10%    |10%     |HeartGold |
       |Donphan        |10%      |10%    |10%     |HeartGold |
       |Teddiursa      |10%      |10%    |10%     |SoulSilver|
       |Ursaring       |10%      |10%    |10%     |SoulSilver|
       |Golbat         |40%      |40%    |40%     |Normal    |
       |Golbat         |5%       |5%     |5%      |Normal    |
       |Larvitar       |5%       |5%     |5%      |Normal    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Tree Headbutt  |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_______________|__________________________|__________|
       |Natu           |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Aipom          |                          |Headbutt  |
       |Heracross      |                          |Headbutt  |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |National Dex   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Absol          |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Makuhita       |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Bronzor        |                          |S. Radio  |
       |Chingling      |                          |S. Radio  |
       \_____________________________________________________/

When you first exit, you will find a item ball with a Escape Rope inside. Go
down on the left side and you will find a path that keeps going up. Keep going
up and you will find a item ball with TM 76 (Stealth Rock) inside.

Once you get the TM, there will be a path on the upper part that leads down.
While going down, the first cave that you find will have a Full Restore
inside. Go all the way down the mountain as far as you can go, and you will
find a ladder leading up that leads to a second cave that you must enter.
______________________________________________________________________________


______
|2F  |
______________________________________________________________________________

       /_____________________________________________________\
       |Pokemon        |Morning  |Day    |Night   |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Onix           |30%      |30%    |30%     |Normal    |
       |Gravler        |20%      |20%    |20%     |Normal    |
       |Phanpy         |10%      |10%    |10%     |HeartGold |
       |Donphan        |30%      |30%    |30%     |HeartGold |
       |Teddiursa      |10%      |10%    |10%     |SoulSilver|
       |Ursaring       |30%      |30%    |30%     |SoulSilver|
       |Golbat         |5%       |5%     |5%      |Normal    |
       |Larvitar       |5%       |5%     |5%      |Normal    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Fish/Surfing   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Seaking        |92%                       |Surfing   |
       |Goldeen        |8%                        |Surfing   |
       |Magikarp       |95% (O), 63% (G)          |Fishing   |
       |Goldeen        |5% (O), 30% (S)           |Fishing   |
       |Seaking        |7% (G), 37% (S)           |Fishing   |
       |Gyarados       |63% (S)                   |Fishing   |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |National Dex   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Absol          |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Makuhita       |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Bronzor        |                          |S. Radio  |
       |Chingling      |                          |S. Radio  |
       \_____________________________________________________/

Now that you are inside, keep going down the path until you find a fork in the
road. One path leads up, and the other leads right. The right one leads you
to a rock that has a hidden Revive in it if you press A while near it. The
other path will lead you to the third floor.
______________________________________________________________________________


______
|3F  |
______________________________________________________________________________

       /_____________________________________________________\
       |Pokemon        |Morning  |Day    |Night   |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Quagsire       |35%      |35%    |5%      |Normal    |
       |Phanpy         |10%      |10%    |10%     |HeartGold |
       |Donphan        |20%      |20%    |20%     |HeartGold |
       |Teddiursa      |10%      |10%    |10%     |SoulSilver|
       |Ursaring       |20%      |20%    |20%     |SoulSilver|
       |Golbat         |5%       |5%     |5%      |Normal    |
       |Golduck        |20%      |20%    |20%     |Normal    |
       |Larvitar       |5%       |5%     |5%      |Normal    |
       |Pupitar        |5%       |5%     |5%      |Normal    |
       |Misdreavus     |-        |-      |30%     |Normal    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |National Dex   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Absol          |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Makuhita       |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Bronzor        |                          |S. Radio  |
       |Chingling      |                          |S. Radio  |
       \_____________________________________________________/

The next area is a bunch of steps leading up in a circular fashion. Keep going
up until you find your first steps, and keep going to find a item ball with a
Max Elixir in it. Go up the steps and keep winding around until you see your
second set of stairs.

Keep going right and you will find a itemball with a Max Revive in it. Go up
the stairs and you will find a entrance to the outside. If you go on the left
path, you will need rock smash. It will lead to a item ball with a calcium in
it. Go back to the entrance leading outside.
______________________________________________________________________________


___________________________________
|Side of the Mountain (Snow Area) |
______________________________________________________________________________

       /_____________________________________________________\
       |Pokemon        |Morning  |Day    |Night   |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Quagsire       |15%      |15%    |10%     |Normal    |
       |Donphan        |20%      |20%    |20%     |HeartGold |
       |Ursaring       |20%      |20%    |20%     |SoulSilver|
       |Golbat         |5%       |5%     |5%      |Normal    |
       |Golduck        |30%      |30%    |20%     |Normal    |
       |Sneasel        |20%      |20%    |20%     |Normal    |
       |Larvitar       |5%       |5%     |5%      |Normal    |
       |Misdreavus     |-        |-      |15%     |Normal    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Fish/Surfing   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Seaking        |90%                       |Surfing   |
       |Goldeen        |10%                       |Surfing   |
       |Magikarp       |95% (O), 60% (G), 7% (S)  |Fishing   |
       |Goldeen        |5% (O), 40% (G), 90% (S)  |Fishing   |
       |Seaking        |3% (S)                    |Fishing   |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |National Dex   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Absol          |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Makuhita       |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Bronzor        |                          |S. Radio  |
       |Chingling      |                          |S. Radio  |
       \_____________________________________________________/


Now that you are outside, go to the right, and then go down when you can't
anymore. You will find two entrances. The top one leads to the inside with a
protein in it. The bottom one leads to another path leading outside.

Go down and you will find both a rock climbable wall and a cave going inside.
Rock climb the wall twice and go to the right to find a Pure Incense. Rock
climb up one more and you will find a rare candy. Climb all the way down and
enter the cave and go to the left to find a exit leading out.

Rock climb up the wall and you will find three climbable walls. The one on the
very left leads to a item ball with a Dawn Stone inside. The one on the very
right leads to a area where you can get a hyper potion by pressing A on the
right side. The middle one leads you to a cave that goes inside.
______________________________________________________________________________


______
|4F  |
______________________________________________________________________________

       /_____________________________________________________\
       |Pokemon        |Morning  |Day    |Night   |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Quagsire       |20%      |20%    |10%     |Normal    |
       |Donphan        |20%      |20%    |20%     |HeartGold |
       |Ursaring       |20%      |20%    |20%     |SoulSilver|
       |Golbat         |5%       |5%     |5%      |Normal    |
       |Golduck        |30%      |30%    |30%     |Normal    |
       |Sneasel        |20%      |20%    |20%     |Normal    |
       |Larvitar       |5%       |5%     |5%      |Normal    |
       |Misdreavus     |-        |-      |10%     |Normal    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Fish/Surfing   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Seaking        |90%                       |Surfing   |
       |Goldeen        |10%                       |Surfing   |
       |Magikarp       |95% (O), 60% (G), 7% (S)  |Fishing   |
       |Goldeen        |5% (O), 40% (G), 90% (S)  |Fishing   |
       |Seaking        |3% (S)                    |Fishing   |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |National Dex   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Absol          |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Makuhita       |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Bronzor        |                          |S. Radio  |
       |Chingling      |                          |S. Radio  |
       \_____________________________________________________/


Once inside, follow the path on the right and rock climb up the wall to find a
exit leading outside. If you to to the right and press A on the rock, you will
get a Max Revive. Go outside and you will find the final trainer in the game.
______________________________________________________________________________


     _____
    /EG06|
   /_____| ____________________________________________________________________
  /                                                                           /
 /                   T H E   F I N A L   B A T T L E                         /
/___________________________________________________________________________/

Before you fight the final boss, you will want to make sure all your Pokemon
are at top health. You will also want to bring a few revives, full heals, and
potions along since it will be a long battle. Once you are ready, walk up and
you will find the final trainer of the game: Red. The main character of RBY
and FRLG.

/____________________________________________________________________________\
|Boss: Red                                                                   |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Pokemon:                                                                    |
|Pikachu lv 88 (Electric)                                                    |
|Venusaur lv 84 (Grass/Poison)                                               |
|Charizard lv 84 (Fire/Flying)                                               |
|Blastoise lv 84 (Water)                                                     |
|Lapras lv 80 (Water/Ice)                                                    |
|Snorlax lv 82 (Normal)                                                      |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Info: The final battle! Red is on a much higher level then he was in GSC,   |
|      now has a average between 80 and 88. The main change to his team is   |
|      him switching out his Espeon for a Lapras, mainly because of the Hail |
|      condition that is always on. You will want your Pokemon to at least be|
|      level 65+ and up before challenging him, and you will still want to   |
|      bring some revives and max potions with you. One thing to note is 3   |
|      out of six of his Pokemon are weak to Electric attacks, so Jolteon or |
|      Ampharos work well here. Otherwise, bring a mix bag of Pokemon.       |
|                                                                            |
|      First up is Pikachu, which is the highest level trainer Pokemon in the|
|      series. It is carrying a Light Ball, so its attacks are much more     |
|      powerful then normal. It has Volt Tackle, Iron Tail, Quick Attack, and|
|      Thunderbolt. Volt Tackle is a exclusive move for the Pikachu line and |
|      has a base damage of 120, but hits Pichu for 1/3 of the damage done to|
|      you. It also has a 10% chance of Paralyzing you. Second is Iron Tail, |
|      which has 100 base power and 10% chance of lowering your Defense, but |
|      is only 75% accurate. Quick Attack and Thunderbolt are both the same  |
|      as normal, so no use going over them. Pikachu is weak against Ground  |
|      moves, and even though it has the Light Ball attached, it still has a |
|      weak defense. Earthquake should knock it out pretty quickly.          |
|                                                                            |
|      Second is Lapras, which has Blizzard, Brine, Psychic, and Body Slam.  |
|      Brine has a base damage of 65 and is 100% accurate, but increases to  |
|      130 when Lapras's health goes below half. Lapras is the lowest level  |
|      of his Pokemon, and is weak against Fighting, Rock, Grass, and        |
|      Electric attacks. Brick Break, Razor Leaf, and Thunderbolt are all    |
|      good attacks to use against it.                                       |
|                                                                            |
|      Third is Snorlax, which has Blizzard, Shadow Ball, Crunch, and Giga   |
|      Impact. Giga Impact is a very powerful Hyper Beam-like move that has  |
|      a whopping base of 150 and is 90% accurate, but causes the user to    |
|      miss his next turn. Blizzard is also more effective due to the hail   |
|      condition. Snorlax is weak against Fighting, but also has additional  |
|      resistance due to Thick Fat against Fire and Ice moves. Once again,   |
|      Brick Break is a good move to use.                                    |
|                                                                            |
|      Fourth is Venusaur, which is the first of his three starter Pokemon.  |
|      It has Sleep Powder, Giga Drain, Sludge Bomb, and Frenzy Plant. Frenzy|
|      Plant is similar to Giga Impact and has the same restrictions, only   |
|      it is Grass typed. Venusaur is weak against Flying, Fire, Psychic, and|
|      Ice moves, so Aerial Ace, Flamethrower, Psychic, and Ice Beam are all |
|      very effective against it.                                            |
|                                                                            |
|      Fifth is Charizard, which has Flare Blitz, Air Slash, Dragon Pulse,   |
|      and Blast Burn. Flare Blitz is a very powerful fire move that has a   |
|      base power of 120, is 100% accurate and has a 10% chance of burning   |
|      your Pokemon, but does 1/3 of the damage back to Charizard. Air Slash |
|      has a base power of 75 and is 95% accurate, but also has a 30% chance |
|      of causing your Pokemon to Flinch. Dragon Pulse is a Dragon move that |
|      has a 90 base damage and is 100% accurate. Finally there is Blast Burn|
|      which is similar to Giga Impact and Frenzy Plant, but Fire type.      |
|      Charizard is weak against Rock, Water, and Electric moves, so Surf and|
|      Thunderbolt/Thunder are all good.                                     |
|                                                                            |
|      Finally there is Blastoise, which has Focus Blast, Blizzard, Flash    |
|      Cannon, and Hydro Cannon. Flash Cannon has a base damage of 80 and is |
|      100% accurate, but also has a 10% chance of lowering your Special     |
|      Defense. Finally, Hydro Cannon is the same as Frenzy Plant and Blast  |
|      Burn, but is Water type.                                              |
\____________________________________________________________________________/

Once you beat Red, he will disappear and the credits will roll a second time
and you will be in your room in New Bark Town once it is done.  All of your
Pokemon will get the Legend Ribbon, and several new side-quests will open up.
You can make Red appear again by beating the Elite Four, he will appear at the
same spot as always and with the same team. This can be done any number of
times, and is good EXP.

     _____
    /BF01|
   /_____| ____________________________________________________________________
  /                                                                           /
 /               B A T T L E   F R O N T I E R   G U I D E                   /
/___________________________________________________________________________/


++==========++
||The Basics||
++==========++

First introduced in Pokemon Crystal, the Battle Frontier is like a special
version of the Battle Towers that have appeared in each game since Pokemon
Emerald. The Battle frontier in Johto is located to the west of Olivine, and
is a exact copy of the one from Pokemon Platinum. It has 5 areas total, which
are:

- Battle Tower
- Battle Factory
- Battle Arcade
- Battle Castle
- Battle Hall

Each one has you fighting in 7 battles at a time. Once you finish your 7th
battle, you will get a Streak and some BP. Streaks are like special
multipliers: The more streaks you have, the better the BP you get. If you lose
a match, then your streak count goes back to 0.

Another aspect of the Battle areas is the Frontier Brains. They are the
leaders of their respective areas and only appear when you get a certain
amount of streaks. If you beat them, then you will get 20bp and a special
print. Each Battle Tower has two available prints, although they do not give
anything special if you collect them all.

BP is a special currency that stands for Battle Points. As stated above, you
win BP by beating 7 trainers or beating a frontier brain. With the BP, you can
go to the various shops and buy exclusive items and TMs that are normally hard
to find. Here is a list of all the items you can buy from the shops located in
the Battle Frontier:

Battle Items:
/_____________________________________\
|Item Name            |BP Required    |
|_____________________|_______________|
|HP Up                |1 BP           |
|Carbos               |1 BP           |
|Calcium              |1 BP           |
|Iron                 |1 BP           |
|Protein              |1 BP           |
|Zinc                 |1 BP           |
|_____________________|_______________|
|Power Belt           |16 BP          |
|Power Bracer         |16 BP          |
|Power Band           |16 BP          |
|Power Lens           |16 BP          |
|Power Weight         |16 BP          |
|Power Anklet         |16 BP          |
|Flame Orb            |16 BP          |
|Toxic Orb            |16 BP          |
|_____________________|_______________|
|Power Herb           |32 BP          |
|White Herb           |32 BP          |
|_____________________|_______________|
|Choice Band          |48 BP          |
|Focus Band           |48 BP          |
|Brightpowder         |48 BP          |
|Scope Lens           |48 BP          |
|Focus Sash           |48 BP          |
|Muscle Band          |48 BP          |
|Choice Scarf         |48 BP          |
|Razor Fang           |48 BP          |
|Razor Claw           |48 BP          |
|Rare Candy           |48 BP          |
\_____________________________________/


 TM Items:
/_____________________________________\
|Item name            |BP Required    |
|_____________________|_______________|
|TM 73 Thunder Wave   |32 BP          |
|TM 61 Will-O-Wisp    |32 BP          |
|TM 45 Attract        |32 BP          |
|TM 06 Toxic          |32 BP          |
|_____________________|_______________|
|TM 40 Aerial Ace     |40 BP          |
|TM 31 Brick Break    |40 BP          |
|_____________________|_______________|
|TM 04 Calm Mind      |48 BP          |
|TM 08 Bulk Up        |48 BP          |
|_____________________|_______________|
|TM 30 Shadow Ball    |64 BP          |
|TM 81 X-Scissor      |64 BP          |
|TM 53 Energy Ball    |64 BP          |
|_____________________|_______________|
|TM 59 Dragon Pulse   |80 BP          |
|TM 36 Sludge Bomb    |80 BP          |
|TM 26 Earthquake     |80 BP          |
|TM 71 Stone Edge     |80 BP          |
\_____________________________________/

You can also buy special scratch off cards at the last booth with BP. For 1
BP, you will get 3 Scratch Cards out of four, and you get to choose which ones
you get. However, no matter what card you get, you will always get random
combinations and prizes.

The mini-game works like this: At the top of the card are 4 Pokemon.

- Chingling
- Cherubi
- Mantyke
- Budew

Each of those Pokemon are next to a randomly pre-determined prize. On the
touch screen is 9 white squares that you can scratch off. However, you can
only scratch off 3 of those squares. Fortunately, you do not need to get the
Pokemon in a row, so you can scratch off anywhere on the card. If you get
3 of the same Pokemon, then you will win that prize for that Pokemon. There is
also a Ditto on the card, which can be used as a fill-in for any Pokemon. So,
you can get 2 Chinglings and a Ditto and still get the prize.

However, if you scratch of a square and it has a different Pokemon then the
one before it, then it is a losing ticket. You pretty much know based on the
second Pokemon if you have a chance of winning or not.

Here is a list of prizes that you can win. If you win a Nugget, then you will
get one of them. If you win any berry, you will get 3.

/---------------------------------------------------------\
|Nugget           |Grepa Berry        |Rindo Berry        |
|-----------------|-------------------|-------------------|
|Pomeg Berry      |Occa Berry         |Chople Berry       |
|-----------------|-------------------|-------------------|
|Qualot Berry     |Wacan Berry        |Yache Berry        |
|-----------------|-------------------|-------------------|
|Hondew Berry     |Passho Berry       |Keibia Berry       |
|-----------------|-------------------|-------------------|
|Kelpsy Berry     |Tamato Berry       |Coba Berry         |
|-----------------|-------------------|-------------------|
|Shuca Berry      |Payapa Berry       |Charti Berry       |
|-----------------|-------------------|-------------------|
|Tanga Berry      |Haban Berry        |Kasib Berry        |
|-----------------|-------------------|-------------------|
|Colbur Berry     |Chilan Berry       |Babiri Berry       |
\---------------------------------------------------------/

There is a total of 24 possible items you can get from doing the scratch-off
tickets: 23 Berries and 1 Sell-able Item.




++=============++
||Making A Team||
++=============++

The first thing you should know about the Battle Frontier is that most of the
legendary Pokemon are banned. Here is a full list of all banned Pokemon:

- Mewtwo
- Mew
- Lugia
- Ho-Oh
- Celebi
- Kyogre
- Groundon
- Rayquaza
- Jirachi
- Deoxys
- Dialga
- Palkia
- Giratina (Both forms)
- Phione
- Manaphy
- Darkrai
- Shaymin (Both forms)
- Arceus

The second thing is that your Pokemon has a max level of 50. If a Pokemon is
under level 50, then it will be that level (For example: A level 26 Scyther
will be lv 26 when you enter it, so it does not scale up). However, if you
have a Pokemon that is lv 51 or above, then it will automatically scale down
to level 50. This makes it far easier then leveling all of your Pokemon to
level 100 just to enter.

You also cannot have doubles of the same Pokemon on the same team, so you
cannot sweep with one single type of Pokemon.

You will want a variety of moves for the battle frontier, and decent Pokemon
to match them. Some of the more recommended ones are:

- Toxic + Leech Seed + Substitute = Good for Grass Pokemon
- Ice Beam/Surf/Wood Hammer/Flamethrower/Thunderbolt/Brick break = Common moves
- Fire Punch/Ice Punch/Thunderpunch = Common moves for fighting Pokemon
- Roost/Recover/Synthesis = Various recover moves
- Confuse Ray/Thunder Wave/Hypnosis/Will-O-Wisp/Toxic = Status ailment moves
- Rain Dance + Thunder = Good for Electric Pokemon
- Sunny Day + SolarBeam = Good for Grass Pokemon

In terms of items, you will want:

* Leftovers: Recovers a little bit each turn, good for Substitute

* Life Orb: Drains 1/10th of your HP each turn, but doubles your attack. Use
            it with Pokemon like Scizor with the ability Technician, or
            Azumarill/Medicham with Huge Power for best results.

* Focus Band: Has a small chance of letting you live if you are hit by a KO
              attack. Leaves you with 1HP. Good on fast Pokemon.

* Scope Lens: Increases the chance of a critical hit. Good on moves like
              Slash or Crunch

* Big Root: Doubles the amount for HP Stealing moves like Leech Seed.

* Choice Band: Increases attack by 50%, but does not allow any other attacks
               besides the first one you choose at the beginning of battle

* Choice Specs: Similar to the Choice Band, but does it for Special Attack
                instead.


Here is a list of berries and good situations to equip them with:

* Chesto Berry + Rest = Good for a immediate heal if you need it.

* Sitrus Berry + Belly Drum = Good for maxing out your attacks quickly

* Perism Berry = Good for curing confusion, especially if they use Swagger

* Pecha Berry = Good for curing poison, especially if they use Toxic


Most of the time, you will only have 3 Pokemon in your party at a time when
doing one of the battle facilities, so you will want a variety of moves on
a small amount of Pokemon. For example: Magmotar can learn Thunderbolt,
Fire Punch, Earthquake, and Brick Break. That is 4 different types he can use
against the enemy, and you can turn him into a sweeper by putting a Life Orb
on him. For this type of Pokemon, Speed and Attack are key.

Another strategy is a stall Pokemon. Torterra can learn Wood Hammer, Leech
Seed, Toxic, and Substitute. If you attach leftovers to him, then he can
slowly recover health after using Substitute to absorb damage, while his enemy
is dying from the Toxic. For that type of Pokemon, HP is paramount, as well as
Speed.

There are many different types, and I would recommend looking at smogon.com
for a general idea of what the best movesets and strategies are, or look at
the moveset section of this guide for a more in-depth list of certain Pokemon
and moves.



  ____
//BF02|_____________________________________________________________________\\
||                            Battle Tower                                  ||
\\__________________________________________________________________________//

The place to look at is the Battle Tower. A trademark of the series since
Crystal, this is a slightly updated version of the Battle Tower that was
available in Diamond and Pearl.

You can choose either one on one, or two on two. The two on two can either be
done by several of the battle partners you had during the main course of the
game (If you have met them), or with a friend on local wi-fi. If you choose
this option, then the rival trainer will have four Pokemon. In Single Player,
you and your opponent can only use two Pokemon.

The single player battle tower workds like this: At the beginning you will
have to choose three eligible Pokemon from your party that are not holding
the same item. They are lowered down to level 50 and your stats will be
lowered down to the same level. You will face a randomly
generated trainer and three randomly generated Pokemon. After you beat a
trainer, your Pokemon's health is recovered and you are asked the
following:

- Keep Going: Battles the next trainer

- Rest:       Lets you save the game there and pick up where you left off.
              You will always start in the same area you were in, so you
              cannot leave until all your Pokemon faint or you quit.

- Retire:     Quits the current session. Be careful of this, since this
              loses any streaks you might have.

Once you beat your 7th opponent, you will finish a streak and be rewarded with
3BP. Once you finish a streak, it will save and you can go off and do other
stuff until you decide to go back and start your second streak. As you battle
more opponents in the same streak, you will find that their strategies and
Pokemon types will increase. For example, someone who is on their first streak
will usually have weaker Pokemon in their base forms with OK attacks. A person
on their second streak will have more advanced attacks and Pokemon with mid
evolutions or Pokemon with stronger type advantages.

However, one thing to keep in mind is that the PC might not always play fair.
Some computer controlled Pokemon might "Cheat" a little to make it harder. A
example of this is one hit kill moves like Guillotine or Fissure might start
showing up more and be far more accurate then they normally should be. This
has caused many problems with People with high streaks and is something to
watch out for. There are a couple of ways you can prevent this:

- Use a Focus Sash to guard against it, although it will leave the user with
  1 HP.

- Use a ghost Pokemon if the Pokemon uses Guillotine or Horn Drill. A Ghost
  Pokemon with Levitate can also guard against Fissure, although it is
  still vulnerable to Sheer Cold. Gengar, Mismagius, and Rotom are all
  decent Ghost Pokemon with Levitate, although Spiritomb might also be helpful
  since it has Pressure (The opponent will use 2 PP instead of 1).

- A Pokemon with the Sturdy Ability can guard against these attacks.
  Forretress, Donphan, Basiodon, Golem, Sudowoodo, Steelix, Shuckle, Skamory,
  Aggron, Magnezone, and Probopass all have these ability and are evolutions
  of Pokemon that might have it. However, this does not work with Rampardos
  and Pinsir, although Pinsir is the only one with a One-Hit-KO move that
  has been mentioned above.

Once you finish your third streak (21 battles) on single player, you will have
the option of fighting the Tower Tycoon, Palmer. He is the rival's father in
D/P/Pl, and can be a challenge to beat.

/____________________________________________________________________________\
|Boss: Tower Tycoon Palmer                                                   |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Pokemon:                                                                    |
|Milotic lv 50 (Water)                                                       |
|Rhyperior lv 50 (Rock/Ground)                                               |
|Dragonite lv 50 (Dragon/Flying)                                             |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Info: Palmer can be a challenge if you are not prepared, although if you    |
|      have managed to get up to him, he might be not too bad. Two of his    |
|      Pokemon are weak against Ice attacks, so you should at least have Ice |
|      Beam on one of your Pokemon. While it might be good to use status     |
|      effect moves like Toxic, Hypnosis, or Thunderwave, Milotic's ability  |
|      increases its defense if it has a ability, and Dragonite has a Lum    |
|      berry that can cure any status ailment the first time it is inflicted.|
|                                                                            |
|      First up is Milotic. It has a shell bell attached, so it will recover |
|      1/8th of the damage dealt when it hits you. It is more of a annoyer,  |
|      and can use Hypnosis to put your Pokemon to sleep and Attract to make |
|      it hard for Pokemon of the opposite gender to fight back. Surf and Ice|
|      Beam are both murder on your team and can quickly wipe you out if you |
|      are not careful. Electric attacks are the best way to go, especially  |
|      if you are going to put a status effect like Toxic on Milotic. Any    |
|      Pokemon with Thunderbolt is good.                                     |
|                                                                            |
|      Next up is Rhyperiror. One of its biggest strong points is its special|
|      ability Solid Rock. It will basically make any Super Effective Move   |
|      that normally does 2x damage (Fighting, Ground, Steel, and Ice in this|
|      case) will only do 1.33x damage, and moves that do 4x damage (Water   |
|      and Grass will do only 2.66x of damage. Another thing to note is it is|
|      holding a Focus Band, so there is a good chance it will survive any   |
|      attack that might normally take it out.                               |
|                                                                            |
|      Not only is its defenses high because of all of the above, but its    |
|      attacks are very brutal. Crunch is a powerful Dark attack, Earthquake |
|      is a powerful ground attack that also does STAB damage, and Rock      |
|      Wrecker is a elemental version of Giga Impact that will do a ton of   |
|      damage on the first turn, and then require him to recharge the next.  |
|      Finally, roar is used to draw out a random Pokemon, especially if you |
|      are using a type that has a advantage over Rhyperior.                 |
|                                                                            |
|      So, what are the best types to use? Well, while Ice is not as strong  |
|      as it normally would be against him, it is one to consider. Water     |
|      type moves are the most recommended and easiest to use against him,   |
|      although Roar might cause issues. You might want to look at having the|
|      same Pokemon that has Ice Beam have Surf as well for Dragonite,       |
|      although it is a gamble in the long run.                              |
|                                                                            |
|      Finally, there is Dragonite. Like previously mentioned, it has a Lum  |
|      Berry attached to prevent status effect moves on the first turn. Its  |
|      Ability is not too special, however. Inner Focus only prevents        |
|      Flinching, which would not be used too much during this battle.       |
|                                                                            |
|      Like Rhyperior, Dragonite is pure power. It will use Dragon Dance to  |
|      increase its attack, and then use Dragon Claw and Aerial Ace to hit   |
|      you fairly hard. Finally, it has Thunder Wave, making it hard for you |
|      to hit it. Like previously mentioned, Ice attacks are great against   |
|      Dragonite, so Ice Beam would be your best bet. Its thunder wave will  |
|      be the biggest problem, since it will slow you down greatly while it  |
|      does large amounts of damage to you and cause you to miss 50% of the  |
|      time. Having a ability that prevents it helps, which would be Limber. |
|      Persian, Hitmonlee, and Glameow all have Limber as a second special   |
|      ability, although none of the three have Ice based attacks. Your best |
|      bet would be a Pokemon like Mamoswine that is both Ice and Ground.    |
|                                                                            |
|      Your best tricks for all three would be stuff like Toxic and a Pokemon|
|      that has a strong defense and physical defense. Otherwise, play it    |
|      smart and stick to type advantages.                                   |
\____________________________________________________________________________/

Once you beat Palmer the first time, you will get the Silver Print and 20BP.

Palmer also has a second re-fight once you do 7 Streaks in a row without any
losses (Or 49 battles). Getting to that point will require a bunch of luck,
so be prepared when you fight him.

/____________________________________________________________________________\
|Boss: Tower Tycoon Palmer                                                   |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Pokemon:                                                                    |
|Regigias lv 50 (Normal)                                                     |
|Heatran lv 50 (Fire/Steel)                                                  |
|Cresselia lv 50 (Psychic)                                                   |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Info: A bit unique since he uses legendary Pokemon now, Palmer has up-ed    |
|      has game, although oddly enough he does not have as many tricks as he |
|      did the first time around, with his Pokemon relying more on pure power|
|      then special abilities and such.                                      |
|                                                                            |
|      His first Pokemon is Regigias, one of the few Pokemon that is actually|
|      hampered by his special ability more then helped. His ability, slow   |
|      start, will cause Regigias's speed and attack power to be slow for    |
|      the first 5 turns. To make up for this, Regigias has BrightPowder, a  |
|      item that increases Regigias's evasion by 10% and makes it harder to  |
|      hit.                                                                  |
|                                                                            |
|      As far as attacks, Regigas has Stone Edge, a rock type attack that    |
|      does a fairly decent amount of damage and has a high critical hit     |
|      ratio, but is slightly inaccurate (80% accuracy). He also has         |
|      Earthquake, a strong physical ground move. Crush Grip is a signature  |
|      move of Regigias and has a varied attack. Its calculated by 120 x     |
|      your HP /your maximum HP. Basically, the more HP loss you have, the   |
|      lower the damage (For example, say you have a maximum of 100 HP and   |
|      you have 80 HP left. 80 divided into 100 is 0.8. Times that by 120,   |
|      and its base power is 96. Still strong, but weaker. At full HP, it    |
|      has a base of 120 power).                                             |
|                                                                            |
|      Finally, it has drain punch. While somewhat weak, it heals Regigias   |
|      for half of the HP that is inflicted. Regigias is best taken down     |
|      with fighting type attacks, and it is recommended you take him down   |
|      while Slow Start is still in effect.                                  |
|                                                                            |
|      Next up is Heatran. Heatran has a Focus Sash as its item, so any      |
|      attack that takes it down on its first turn will leave it with 1HP,   |
|      which is enough time for it to use Explosion. Its ability is Flash    |
|      Fire, a somewhat useless move that only powers up Heatran when you hit|
|      it with a Fire attack.                                                |
|                                                                            |
|      Heatran is actually a rather big threat due to its signature attack   |
|      Magma Storm. It works like Fire Spin does, but has a much greater     |
|      attack power at 120, and can attack you at the end of your turn for   |
|      2-5 turns, which will quickly kill you unless you have a resistance   |
|      against fire.                                                         |
|                                                                            |
|      It also has Earth Power, basically a Ground version of Psychic. Flash |
|      Cannon is basically the steel version of Shadow Ball, and Explosion   |
|      will kill Heatran, but do a massive amount of damage to you and pretty|
|      much kill you unless you are a ghost type.                            |
|                                                                            |
|      So, what are the best Pokemon to use against Heatran? Heatran has a   |
|      4x weakness to ground attacks, so a Pokemon with Earthquake would be  |
|      your best shot. One Pokemon to look at is Bronzong with Heat Proof.   |
|      Not only does it have a high defense and special defense, but it can  |
|      learn Earthquake and avoid Magma Storm. It is weak against Earth Power|
|      however, so watch for that.                                           |
|                                                                            |
|      Finally, there is Cresselia. It actually has no tricks, since it only |
|      has Leftovers to recover HP every turn and Levitate to avoid ground   |
|      attacks. It can use Signal Beam, Psychic and Ice Beam as its main     |
|      forms of attack (All three are special attacks), and uses Moonlight to|
|      recover its HP in addition to the leftovers. Bug and Dark attacks work|
|      well on it, and a Pokemon like Spiritomb with Toxic and Dark attacks  |
|      would make quick work of it.                                          |
\____________________________________________________________________________/

When you beat Palmer the second time, you will get the Gold Print and 20 more
BP.

  ____
//BF03|_____________________________________________________________________\\
||                            Battle Arcade                                 ||
\\__________________________________________________________________________//

Located on the lower right of the Battle Frontier, the Battle Arcade is, for
the most part very similar to the Battle Tower outside of the special
additional rules that are gained via a roulette style selection process before
you begin a battle.

You can either do Single or Double Battle with a wi-fi friend, although you
can only challenge the leader in Single mode. The Battle Arcade is also unique
in that you cannot use your own held items and must win them from the
Roulette. When you first enter the battle arcade, you will see a screen in the
background with yours and your opponents Pokemon, and then you are lead to a
special square roulette screen. This is where the special rules before battle
come in. There are 16 rules out of a possible 32 special battle rules that can
happen.

Just to give you a idea, here is a list of all the events that can happen.
Note that anything on the roulette that is in Red will happen to your
opponent, and anything in Blue will happen to you. Grey means that it is a
neutral event. The events between you and your opponent are identical, but
the only difference is if you get items, you will keep them until the end.

/________________________________________________________\
|Name             |Effect                                |
|_________________|______________________________________|
|HP -             |Effected teams Pokemon has their HP   |
|                 |lowered 20% of their maximum HP.      |
|_________________|______________________________________|
|Freeze           |Freezes one of the effected Pokemon.  |
|_________________|______________________________________|
|Sleep            |The effected Pokemon will be put to   |
|                 |sleep.                                |
|_________________|______________________________________|
|Burn             |All Pokemon on the effected team will |
|                 |be burned.                            |
|_________________|______________________________________|
|Paralyze         |Paralyzes all effected Pokemon.       |
|_________________|______________________________________|
|Poison           |Poisons all effected Pokemon.         |
|_________________|______________________________________|
|Level up         |Effected team is raised 3 levels.     |
|_________________|______________________________________|
|Berry            |Effected team all gets a random berry |
|_________________|______________________________________|
|Items            |Effected team all gets a random item  |
|_________________|______________________________________|
|Fog              |Battle field has the fog effect for   |
|                 |the entire battle and lowers accuracy.|
|_________________|______________________________________|
|Sunny Day        |Battle field has the sunny day effect |
|                 |for the entire battle and increases   |
|                 |fire attacks and allows for instant   |
|                 |Solarbeam                             |
|_________________|______________________________________|
|Rain Dance       |Battle field has the Rain Dance effect|
|                 |for the entire battle and increases   |
|                 |water attacks and allows for 100%     |
|                 |accurate Thunder attacks.             |
|_________________|______________________________________|
|Sandstorm        |Battle field has the Sandstorm effect |
|                 |for the entire battle. All Pokemon    |
|                 |that are not rock, ground, or steel   |
|                 |type will take damage.                |
|_________________|______________________________________|
|Hail             |Battle field has the Hail effect for  |
|                 |the entire battle. All Pokemon that   |
|                 |are not ice Pokemon will take damage. |
|_________________|______________________________________|
|Trick Room       |Battle field has the Trick Room       |
|                 |effect for the entire battle. Pokemon |
|                 |who have the slowest speed stat will  |
|                 |go first.                             |
|_________________|______________________________________|
|Swap             |You and your foe's Pokemon are swapped|
|                 |for just that battle.                 |
|_________________|______________________________________|
|Roulette Speed Up|The roulette's speed is increased     |
|                 |Permanently by 1.                     |
|_________________|______________________________________|
|Roulette Speed   |Roulette Speed is decreased           |
|Down             |Permanently by 1.                     |
|_________________|______________________________________|
|BP               |Get extra BP and skip the current     |
|                 |trainer.                              |
|_________________|______________________________________|
|Skip             |Skips the current trainer and goes    |
|                 |to the next one                       |
|_________________|______________________________________|
|Random           |Activates a random event that is on   |
|                 |the Roulette                          |
|_________________|______________________________________|
|Normal           |No rule is put into place during the  |
|                 |battle.                               |
|_________________|______________________________________|
|+ BP             |Gets more BP then the normal BP square|
|                 |and skips to the next trainer         |
\________________________________________________________/

Many of these Roulette rules are common (Like the status effect ones), while
ones like the extra BP and Skip ones are very rare. As you go farther, you
will see more and more roulette squares that would effect you negatively, so
you have to be careful. If you have the following abilities, you can avoid
some of the status effects:

* Poison can be negated by the Immunity ability, which Zangoose and Snorlax
  can have

* Paralysis can be negated by the Limber ability, which Ditto, Persian,
  Hitmonlee, and Glameow have

* Freezing can be negated by the Magma Armor ability, which Slugma, Magcargo,
  and Camerupt have. Pokemon that are hit by a fire move often defrost as
  well. There is also a random 10% chance of a frozen Pokemon to defrost.

* Burning can be negated by the Water Veil ability, which Goldeen, Seaking,
  Wailmer, and Wailord have

* Sleeping can be negated by the Insomnia and Vital Spirit abilities, which
  Drowzee, Hypno, Hoothoot, Noctowl, Spinarak, Ariados, Murkrow, Shuppet,
  Banette, and Honchkrow can learn Insomnia, and Vigoroth, Mankey, Primeape,
  and Delibird can learn Vital Spirit.

Like the battle tower, you gain 3 BP (or more if you get the extra BP Square
on the Roulette) once you beat a streak (7 battles), and you must win 3
streaks (21 battles) to face the Arcade Star Dahlia.

/____________________________________________________________________________\
|Boss: Arcade Star Dahlia                                                    |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Pokemon:                                                                    |
|Dusknoir lv 50 (Ghost)                                                      |
|Medicham lv 50 (Fighting/Psychic)                                           |
|Ludicolo lv 50 (Grass/Water)                                                |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Info: Dahlia is one of the few trainers in the Battle Frontier that has a   |
|      set team and does not have any alternate or random Pokemon, a trait   |
|      she shared with Palmer. Although not as tough as he is, her Pokemon   |
|      are set up in a way that gives her Pokemon various strategies.        |
|                                                                            |
|      First up is her Dusknoir. Oddly enough, it is holding a Iron Ball, a  |
|      Item that slows down the holder. This will come into play in a moment,|
|      however. It has the Pressure ability that makes your Pokemon use 2    |
|      PP per turn instead of 1.                                             |
|                                                                            |
|      As for attacks, the first major attack is Trick Room. Basically, it   |
|      makes the slowest Pokemon go first for 5 turns. Not only does Dusknoir|
|      has a fairly dismal speed stat, but the Iron Ball will ensure that he |
|      is slower then you. The second attack is Fling, which throws the item |
|      you are currently holding at the opponent. This is the true reason for|
|      the Iron Ball, since the attack power for the Iron Ball is 130, one   |
|      of the highest in the game. It is a dark type attack, so there is no  |
|      real resistance to it unless you are underground or flying. It also   |
|      has Will-O-Wisp to inflict you with Burn Status, and Shadow Punch to  |
|      Damage you. The good thing is once it uses Fling that it cannot use   |
|      it any more, so its only attack is Shadow Punch, which can be avoided |
|      if you are using a normal typed Pokemon. Ghost and Dark attacks do the|
|      most damage to it.                                                    |
|                                                                            |
|      Second is Medicham. It is holding a Salac Berry, which increases its  |
|      speed when Medicham's HP is below 1/3 of what it should be. Its       |
|      ability is Pure Power, which doubles its attack stat and makes it     |
|      dangerous with Physical attacks. As for attacks, it has Fake Out, a   |
|      move that will make you flinch if it uses it the first turn Medicham  |
|      is out. It also has Endure, which allows it to survive if it is hit   |
|      with a move on the same turn that would cause it to be knocked out.   |
|      Reversal is another nasty attack, one that does more damage when the  |
|      user is low on HP. This combined with the Salac berry and its Pure    |
|      Power ability and the possibility of it using Endure to make it have  |
|      the highest possible damage makes it dangerous. Finally, there is Zen |
|      Headbutt, a attack that has a strong chance of making you flinch.     |
|                                                                            |
|      Finally, there is Ludicolo. It has a Power Band, which actually lowers|
|      its Speed and does not do anything that would benefit her. Its ability|
|      is Swift Swim, which doubles Ludicolo's speed stat when it is raining.|
|      It does not have Rain Dance, although it is possible if the Rain      |
|      Status effect was chosen before the battle began. As for moves, it is |
|      more of a physical fighter. It has Swords Dance to greatly increase   |
|      its attack. Razor Leaf has a high critical ratio, and waterfall is a  |
|      powerful Water move. Drain Punch gives back half of the damage it     |
|      Deals.                                                                |
|                                                                            |
|      So, what is a good team to take her down? For Dusknoir, its only main |
|      attack outside of Fling is Shadow Punch, which can be avoided by      |
|      Normal Pokemon. A normal/flying Pokemon that can use fly would be able|
|      to avoid Fling when it does happen, so that may be something to look  |
|      into. It is weak against Dark and Ghost attacks, so Crunch and Shadow |
|      ball are both good attacks to use.                                    |
|                                                                            |
|      Medicham is also weak against flying Pokemon and ghost attacks, so if |
|      you used a Flying Pokemon against Dusknoir, it will work well against |
|      Medicham. You will want to take out Medicham quickly, but not too     |
|      quickly where it will set up its Reversal trap. Toxic may also work   |
|      against it well.                                                      |
|                                                                            |
|      Finally, there is Ludicolo, who has three weaknesses: Flying, Poison, |
|      and Bug. Once again, a Flying Pokemon would be your best shot since   |
|      you can use it against Dusknoir and Medicham. Sludge Bomb or Signal   |
|      Beam/Bug Bite are all good ones to use.                               |
|                                                                            |
|      Overall, a flying/normal Pokemon with flying attacks and Pokemon that |
|      know ghost or poison attacks would be best. Toxic also works well if  |
|      you have a decent stall Pokemon.                                      |
\____________________________________________________________________________/

Beating Dahlia your first time will get you the Silver Print and 20BP. Once
you win 7 streaks in a row (49 battles) then you can fight Dahlia for a
rematch.

/____________________________________________________________________________\
|Boss: Arcade Star Dahlia                                                    |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Pokemon:                                                                    |
|Zapdos lv 50 (Electric/Flying)                                              |
|Blaziken lv 50 (Fire/Fighting)                                              |
|Togekiss lv 50 (Normal/Flying)                                              |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Info: Dahlia has changed her theme from somewhat flashy dancing Pokemon to  |
|      bird and flying Pokemon. Outside of her Blaziken, her Pokemon have the|
|      flying type, which makes them vulnerable to Ice and Rock attacks      |
|      (Zapdos is part electric, so electric attacks will only work well on  |
|      Togekiss). Like before, all 3 of her Pokemon have a certain strategy  |
|      and item  combination, so be careful. If there is any special rules in|
|      place, it can help you quite a bit or hurt you greatly if it is       |
|      against you.                                                          |
|                                                                            |
|      First up is her Zapdos. It is holding BrightPowder, so its evasion is |
|      a little higher then it normally would be. Its ability is Pressure,   |
|      which makes you use up 2 PP instead of 1, so make sure every attack   |
|      counts.                                                               |
|                                                                            |
|      As for attacks, Zapdos is purely a special attacker. It has Air       |
|      Cutter, Thunderbolt, Heat Wave, and Signal Beam. Because of that,     |
|      Water, Flying, Fighting, Grass, Steel, Ice, Dark, and Psychic type    |
|      Pokemon all have weaknesses to Zapdos. A ground Pokemon with rock     |
|      attacks, or any Pokemon with Ice Beam that is not one of those types  |
|      above will work well.                                                 |
|                                                                            |
|      Next up is Blaziken. It is holding the White Herb, which prevents     |
|      Blaziken to have its stats negatively effective the first time it is  |
|      attacked (It is used up afterwards). Its special ability is Blaze,    |
|      will increase fire attacks by 1.5% if Blaziken's HP dips below 33%.   |
|                                                                            |
|      Unlike Zapdos, Blaziken is a All Physical attacker. It has Flare Blitz|
|      Superpower, Thunderpunch, and Night Slash. All are strong attacks,    |
|      although Flare Blitz makes Blaziken take Recoil damage and Superpower |
|      lowers its stats (Which is where the white herb comes in). Ground,    |
|      Water, Flying, and Psychic attacks are your best best against it.     |
|                                                                            |
|      Finally, there is Togekiss, which is her most dangerous Pokemon. It is|
|      holding the Expert Belt, which increases Super Effective moves damage |
|      by 25%. Its ability is Serene Grace, which increases the additional   |
|      special additional effects a attack might have by about double.       |
|                                                                            |
|      All its attacks are Special attacks. Hyper Beam is deadly, but causes |
|      it to recharge the next turn. Psychic is all powerful and now has a   |
|      20% chance of lowering your special defense instead of the normal 10%.|
|      Air Slash is very annoying, since it now has a 60% chance of causing  |
|      you to Flinch instead of the normal 30%. Finally, there is Aura       |
|      Sphere, which will always hit.                                        |
|                                                                            |
|      With Togekiss, you will want to avoid using Fighting, Poison, and     |
|      Normal type Pokemon. You might want to use a ghost type, since it can |
|      avoid Hyper Beam and Aura Sphere, and any Pokemon with Rock, Electric,|
|      or Ice attacks.                                                       |
\____________________________________________________________________________/

Once you beat Dahlia a second time, you will get the Gold Print and 20 more
BP.

  ____
//BF04|_____________________________________________________________________\\
||                            Battle Factory                                ||
\\__________________________________________________________________________//

Located in the Northeast part of the Battle Frontier, the Battle Factory is
very similar to the one from Emerald. This is one of the few places where you
will not be able to use your own team of Pokemon, and instead have to choose
from several random rental Pokemon. You can choose to either do a single or
double battle challenge, and then to do a level 50 cap or open level.

Once you are inside, the scientist will tell you what might be on the next
opponent's team, and then offer you 3 out of 6 rental Pokemon. Since this
battle area is based more on luck, let me give you a example of what I was
offered on single player on open level:

* Milotic at lv 100 with a Shell Bell and the moves Sutf/Ice Beam/Attract/
  and Hypnosis

* Venusaur at lv 100 with a White Herb and the moves Leaf Storm/Sludge Bomb/
  Amnesia/and Sleep Powder

* Staraptor at lv 100 with a King's Rock and Return/Aerial Ace/Double Team/
  and Roost

* Ursaring at lv 100 with a Focus Sash and Slash/Payback/Avalanche/and
  Counter

* Aggron at lv 100 with a Quick Claw and Iron head/Rock Slide/Sandstorm/and
  Screech.

* Gengar at lv 100 with a Payapa Berry and Shadow Ball/Sludge Bomb/Spite/
  and Confuse Ray.

As you can see, most of the moves that are chosen are usually close to what
the Pokemon's type is, along with one or two side moves, like how Ursaring
had Avalanche. I choose to use the Milotic, the Staraptor, and the Gengar.

My opponent had a Lopunny, a Blaziken, a Exploud. As you can see, unlike the
Battle Tower, most of the Pokemon are around the same levels and evolution
your Pokemon are.

After I won the battle, my Pokemon were healed and I was given the options of
either Continue, Record, Rest, or Retire. I choose to continue and was going
to face a Breloom, Pinsir, and Luxray in the next round like the scientist
said. You are then given the option of choosing out one of your Pokemon for
one that you faced in the last round. Its good to note that the more battles
you win, the less you will be told about your next opponent, with the advice
becoming vague at best.

That is a rough example of how a battle in the Battle Factory works. If you
choose to do Double Battle at the beginning, you will still be allowed to
select 3 Pokemon, but the first two will be brought into battle in a double
battle.

If you select the 50 level cap rule at the beginning, then you and your
opponent's Pokemon will be at a lower evolution, maxed at lv 50, but still
have a random set of items and moves for each Pokemon. If you do it in this
format, then it will be similar to how the Battle Tower does things.

Like the other parts of the Battle Frontier, you will be challenged by the
Factory Head once you have finished either 21 battles in a row, or 49 battles
in a row. Like your team, his is random, so don't expect to have a clear
strategy when you get to him.


/____________________________________________________________________________\
|Boss: Factory Head Thorton                                                  |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Pokemon:                                                                    |
|Random                                                                      |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Info: Unlike the other factory heads, Thorton is basically the same as the  |
|      other trainers, although it will be harder to see his team by the time|
|      you get up to him. Like your team, his is completely random, so luck  |
|      plays more of a role then anything. Chances are though, he will have  |
|      legendary or pseudo-legendary Pokemon with him, so be prepared for    |
|      that.                                                                 |
|                                                                            |
|      Best bet I can give you? Make sure the Pokemon you have has a variety |
|      of types of moves with you. Ice Beam, Flamethrower, Toxic, and various|
|      other moves that do a lot of damage without much backfire are all     |
|      good. Dragon Pokemon such as Garchomp and Dragonite are good to own,  |
|      since they do not have many weaknesses outside of Ice. Otherwise, this|
|      battle is a crap shoot. His AI seems to be better then your average   |
|      trainer, so watch out for that.                                       |
\____________________________________________________________________________/

Beating Thorton once will get you the Silver Print, while beating him a second
time will get you a Gold Print. You also get 20 BP for beating him.

  ____
//BF05|_____________________________________________________________________\\
||                             Battle Hall                                  ||
\\__________________________________________________________________________//

Located on the upper left side of the Battle Frontier, the Battle Hall is a
unique place for battling. You are only allowed one Pokemon to be entered,
but you are given the choice to select your opponent's type.

When you enter, you are allowed to either do a single or double battle. For
now, we will do a single battle. You will then be asked to choose a single
Pokemon to fight. Unlike before, your levels are not quite equal in this
one, where if you choose a lv 100 Pokemon to fight, you will more then often
get a lv 70 Pokemon to begin with.

When you enter the stage, you will be asked to choose the type of Pokemon
you will face. Each Pokemon type is assigned a rank, which goes up the more
you battle that type. In the beginning, all the of the Pokemon will be Rank 1,
which is low level Pokemon for that type. Each Pokemon type can go up to Rank
10. To give a example, here is the Pokemon I faced when doing the Normal type
and it going up in rank:

* Rank 1:  Buneary lv 70
* Rank 2:  Doduo lv 73
* Rank 3:  Spinda lv 75
* Rank 4:  Farfetch'd lv 77
* Rank 5:  Ditto lv 79
* Rank 6:  Furret lv 81
* Rank 7:  Swellow lv 83
* Rank 8:  Lickitung lv 85
* Rank 9:  Stantler lv 87
* Rank 10: Snorlax lv 89

As you can see, dual type Pokemon are allowed, with flying types appearing
3 times. Once you hit level 10, you are no longer allowed to battle that
type anymore. The Pokemon are randomly chosen as they go along, so no
battle is the same each time you do it.

As you can imagine, it will be easy for you at the beginning, since you have
total control over the types you will face. However, the types you do fight
are carried over after you win 10 fights and decide to do it again. So, if
you got Ice Type Pokemon up to Rank 4, it will be Rank 4 the next time you
try.

In general, it is recommended that you tackle certain typed Pokemon with
ones you are strong against. For example, for the first 10 battles, say you
have a flying Pokemon that can make quick work of grass types. It might be
good to use it for that, and then use another strong Pokemon the next round
for a different type. There are many different ways you can do it, including
having one Pokemon take out types it is strong against until you have no
choice but to use a different Pokemon the next time you play.

Once you win 10 battles, you will get 1 BP. However, there is a special way
to get extra BP, which is your Battle Hall Record. Your Battle Hall record
is the total amounts of win with all of your Pokemon. You can see your
total by talking to the girl next to the record machine at the register
desk. How it works is like this: Say you have 3 Pokemon that entered, one
had 30 wins, another had 35, and another had 11. Those would be added up
together to get 76 wins.

However, the thing about it is she will only count your highest record with
that Pokemon type, so say you use the Pokemon that had 35 wins and got it up
to 40 wins. It would now be 81 wins in your record, with a +5 to your record
for the extra wins.

The woman will give you extra BP based on how many landmarks you hit. Say,
for example, you have a total record between all of your Pokemon of 400. You
will get 5BP for each 50 wins in between 50-400 wins total. When you hit 450
wins, you get another 5BP. When you hit 500 wins, then you will get 10BP, but
you will now have to get 100 wins to get 10BP. This is sort of a weird quirk
of the Battle Hall where you do not get much BP outside of beating the
Frontier Brain, but get most of it from your total record.

For those who might be confused, here is a chart of the landmarks.


/______________________________________________________\
|Wins               |BP     |Given When    |Times Given|
|___________________|_______|______________|___________|
|10 Wins            |1 BP   |10 Wins       |1          |
|30 Wins            |3 BP   |30 Wins       |1          |
|50-450 Wins        |5 BP   |Every 50 Wins |9          |
|500-1000 Wins      |10 BP  |Every 100 Wins|6          |
|1200 - 1800 Wins   |30 BP  |Every 200 Wins|4          |
|2000 and up Wins   |50 BP  |2000 Wins     |1          |
\______________________________________________________/

Finally, there is Frontier Brain, who will challenge you after 50 battles for
the Silver Print, and 170 battles for the Gold Print.

/____________________________________________________________________________\
|Boss: Hall Matron Argenta                                                   |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Pokemon:                                                                    |
|Random                                                                      |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Info: Like Thorton, Argenta has a random Pokemon, so you will never know    |
|      what you will fight. However, the main difference is you now have your|
|      own Pokemon, so you can plan ahead. Another thing to note about       |
|      Argenta is she tends to go against the type you selected, so it is    |
|      truly a random battle most of the time. There is not much else to say |
|      besides have a Pokemon that has multiple type attacks.                |
\____________________________________________________________________________/

     _____
    /D001|
   /_____| ____________________________________________________________________
  /                                                                           /
 /              P O S T  -  N A T I O N A L   D E X   G U I D E              /
/___________________________________________________________________________/

This section is for capturing Pokemon found throughout the game, and the
various areas you can capture them at.

  ____
//D002|_____________________________________________________________________\\
||                              Pal Park                                    ||
\\__________________________________________________________________________//

First introduced in D/P/Pl, the Pal Park returns in HG/SS, although it is now
not as restrictive as it once was. It is found north of Fuchsia City, where
the Safari Zone was in previous games. For the most part, it is a carbon copy
of the one from the previous games, although there are a few differences.

Anywho, the Pal Park itself is pretty much a mini-game of sorts. To play, you
will need to export GBA Pokemon via putting a R/S/E/FR/LG cartridge in the GBA
slot. When you turn on your DS, you will find a option to Migrate Pokemon if a
GBA Pokemon game is in the slot. Here are a few rules for transferring Pokemon:


- The Pokemon cannot know a HM move. If it does, you will need to delete the
  move via a Move Deleter in the GBA game.

- HG/SS has eliminated the 1 transfer a day rule, meaning you can now
  transfer your Pokemon over multiple times, but you must go in a catching
  game and get them before you transfer more.

- Although 100% not confirmed, you cannot transfer irregular Pokemon (Such
  as Glitch Pokemon such as Bag EGG), and you cannot transfer unhatched Egg
  Pokemon.

- Although this should be pretty obvious, you can only transfer Pokemon from
  the 3rd generation games (Ruby, Sapphire, FireRed, LeafGreen, and Emerald).
  R/B/Y/G/S/C are NOT compatible


Once they are transferred, you will be able to go to the Pal Park and enter a
catching game



The catching game is fairly simple. There are 5 locations:


- Grass area (Found when you first walk in)
- Forest (Grass surrounded by trees)
- Pond (Small pond area in the northeastern part of the map)
- Mountain (Bit of grass found on the hill in the northeastern part)
- Ocean (Bit of land in the lower right corner of the map)


You will be given several special Pokeballs to catch the GBA Pokemon. The
thing about these Pokeballs is that they are the same as a Master ball and will
always catch the Pokemon. However, the following stats will remain on the
status screen when you catch it:

- Region it was caught in (Hoenn, Kanto, or other)
- Original Trainer name and ID number
- Type of Pokeball it was caught with
- Nature
- Level
- Current EXP
- All Moves it had before transfer
- Ability
- Ribbons
- Shiny Status
- If it has the Pokerus or had the Pokerus
- EV Points
- IV Points
- Any item it was holding when it was transferred
- All its stats will remain the same


As you can see, it is pretty much the exact same Pokemon. The good part is
that they will now receive a 1.5 EXP Bonus since they are not your Pokemon.
Only bad part is that it will not evolve if it was supposed to (Such as a
trade Evolution or such).

Each Pokemon has a certain set location it goes to. The following chart
shows the following:


- Its Location (As stated Above)

- Its Encounter Rate. Common ones appear more frequently, while Uncommon and
  rare ones take a bit of time to find. Very Rare ones will take a very long
  time of running around to find

- Its Score Rank (Thanks to Nintendo's Pokedex guide for this Info). Every
  Pokemon nets a certain amount of points depending on its rank. E Pokemon get
  the lowest, D get the second lowest, C gets average points, B, gets above
  average points, A gets High Points, and S gets the highest amount of points.


/-----------------------------------------------------\
|Pokemon Name  |Location       |Encounter #     |Rank |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Bulbasaur     |Grass          |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Ivysaur       |Grass          |Uncommon        |B    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Venusaur      |Grass          |Rare            |A    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Charmander    |Grass          |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Charmeleon    |Grass          |Uncommon        |B    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Charizard     |Grass          |Rare            |A    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Squirtle      |Pond           |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Wartortle     |Pond           |Uncommon        |B    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Blastoise     |Pond           |Rare            |A    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Caterpie      |Forrest        |Common          |E    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Metapod       |Forrest        |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Butterfree    |Forrest        |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Weedle        |Forrest        |Common          |E    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Kakuna        |Forrest        |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Beedrill      |Forrest        |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Pidgey        |Grass          |Common          |E    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Pidgeotto     |Grass          |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Pidgeot       |Grass          |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Rattata       |Grass          |Common          |E    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Raticate      |Grass          |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Spearow       |Grass          |Common          |E    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Fearow        |Grass          |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Ekans         |Forrest        |Common          |E    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Arbok         |Forrest        |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Pikachu       |Forrest        |Uncommon        |B    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Raichu        |Forrest        |Rare            |A    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Sandshrew     |Mountain       |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Sandslash     |Mountain       |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Nidoran Female|Grass          |Common          |E    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Nidorina      |Grass          |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Nidoqueen     |Grass          |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Nidoran Male  |Grass          |Common          |E    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Nidorino      |Grass          |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Nidoking      |Grass          |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Clefairy      |Mountain       |Uncommon        |B    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Clefable      |Mountain       |Rare            |A    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Vulpix        |Grass          |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Ninetales     |Grass          |Uncommon        |B    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Jigglypuff    |Grass          |Uncommon        |B    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Wigglytuff    |Grass          |Rare            |A    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Zubat         |Mountain       |Common          |E    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Golbat        |Mountain       |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Oddish        |Forrest        |Common          |E    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Gloom         |Forrest        |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Vileplume     |Forrest        |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Paras         |Forrest        |Common          |E    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Parasect      |Forrest        |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Venonat       |Forrest        |Common          |E    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Venomoth      |Forrest        |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Diglett       |Mountain       |Common          |E    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Dugtrio       |Mountain       |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Meowth        |Grass          |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Persian       |Grass          |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Psyduck       |Pond           |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Golduck       |Pond           |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Mankey        |Mountain       |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Primeape      |Mountain       |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Growlithe     |Grass          |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Arcanine      |Grass          |Uncommon        |B    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Poliwag       |Pond           |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Poliwhirl     |Pond           |Uncommon        |B    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Poliwrath     |Pond           |Rare            |A    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Abra          |Grass          |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Kadabra       |Grass          |Uncommon        |B    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Alakazam      |Grass          |Rare            |A    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Machop        |Mountain       |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Machoke       |Mountain       |Uncommon        |B    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Machamp       |Mountain       |Rare            |A    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Bellsprout    |Forrest        |Common          |E    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Weepinbell    |Forrest        |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Victreebel    |Forrest        |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Tentacool     |Ocean          |Common          |E    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Tentacruel    |Ocean          |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Geodude       |Mountain       |Common          |E    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Gravler       |Mountain       |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Golem         |Mountain       |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Ponyta        |Grass          |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Rapidash      |Grass          |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Slowpoke      |Pond           |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Slowbro       |Pond           |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Magnemite     |Mountain       |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Magneton      |Mountain       |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Farfetch'd    |Grass          |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Doduo         |Grass          |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Dodrio        |Grass          |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Seel          |Ocean          |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Dewgong       |Ocean          |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Grimer        |Grass          |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Muk           |Ocean          |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Shellder      |Ocean          |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Cloyster      |Ocean          |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Gastly        |Forrest        |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Haunter       |Forrest        |Uncommon        |B    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Gengar        |Forrest        |Rare            |A    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Onix          |Mountain       |Uncommon        |B    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Drowzee       |Forrest        |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Hypno         |Forrest        |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Krabby        |Ocean          |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Kingler       |Ocean          |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Voltorb       |Grass          |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Electrode     |Grass          |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Exeggcute     |Forrest        |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Exeggutor     |Forrest        |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Cubone        |Mountain       |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Marowak       |Mountain       |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Hitmonlee     |Mountain       |Uncommon        |B    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Hitmonchan    |Mountain       |Uncommon        |B    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Lickitung     |Grass          |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Koffing       |Mountain       |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Weezing       |Mountain       |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Rhyhorn       |Mountain       |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Rhydon        |Mountain       |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Chansey       |Grass          |Rare            |A    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Tangela       |Forrest        |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Kangaskhan    |Grass          |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Horsea        |Ocean          |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Seadra        |Ocean          |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Goldeen       |Pond           |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Seaking       |Pond           |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Staryu        |Ocean          |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Starmie       |Ocean          |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Mr. Mine      |Grass          |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Scyther       |Grass          |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Jynx          |Grass          |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Electabuzz    |Mountain       |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Magmar        |Mountain       |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Pinsir        |Forrest        |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Tauros        |Grass          |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Magikarp      |Pond           |Common          |E    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Gyarados      |Pond           |Rare            |A    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Lapras        |Ocean          |Rare            |A    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Ditto         |Grass          |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Eevee         |Grass          |Rare            |A    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Vaporeon      |Grass          |Rare            |A    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Jolteon       |Grass          |Rare            |A    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Flareon       |Grass          |Rare            |A    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Porygon       |Grass          |Uncommon        |B    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Omanyte       |Ocean          |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Omastar       |Ocean          |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Kabuto        |Ocean          |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Kabutops      |Ocean          |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Aerodactyl    |Mountain       |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Snorlax       |Grass          |Uncommon        |B    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Articuno      |Mountain       |Rare            |A    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Zapdos        |Mountain       |Rare            |A    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Moltres       |Mountain       |Rare            |A    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Dratini       |Pond           |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Dragonair     |Pond           |Uncommon        |B    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Dragonite     |Mountain       |Rare            |A    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Mewtwo        |Grass          |Rare            |A    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Mew           |Forrest        |Very Rare       |S    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Chikorita     |Grass          |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Bayleef       |Grass          |Uncommon        |B    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Meganium      |Grass          |Rare            |A    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Cyndaquil     |Grass          |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Quilava       |Grass          |Uncommon        |B    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Typhlosion    |Grass          |Rare            |A    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Totodile      |Pond           |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Croconaw      |Pond           |Uncommon        |B    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Feraligatr    |Mountain       |Rare            |A    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Sentret       |Grass          |Common          |E    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Furret        |Grass          |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Hoothoot      |Forrest        |Common          |E    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Noctowl       |Forrest        |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Ledyba        |Grass          |Common          |E    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Ledian        |Grass          |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Spinarak      |Grass          |Common          |E    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Ariados       |Grass          |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Crobat        |Mountain       |Rare            |A    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Chinchou      |Ocean          |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Lanturn       |Ocean          |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Pichu         |Grass          |Uncommon        |B    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Cleffa        |Grass          |Uncommon        |B    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Igglybuff     |Grass          |Uncommon        |B    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Togepi        |Grass          |Uncommon        |B    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Togetic       |Grass          |Rare            |A    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Natu          |Forrest        |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Xatu          |Forrest        |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Mareep        |Grass          |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Flaffy        |Grass          |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Ampharos      |Grass          |Uncommon        |B    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Bellossom     |Forrest        |Uncommon        |B    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Marill        |Pond           |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Azumarill     |Pond           |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Sudowoodo     |Mountain       |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Politoed      |Pond           |Uncommon        |B    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Hoppip        |Grass          |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Skiploom      |Grass          |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Jumpfluff     |Grass          |Uncommon        |B    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Aipom         |Forrest        |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Sunkern       |Grass          |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Sunflora      |Grass          |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Yanma         |Grass          |Uncommon        |B    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Wooper        |Pond           |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Quagsire      |Pond           |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Espeon        |Grass          |Rare            |A    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Umbreon       |Grass          |Rare            |A    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Murkrow       |Forrest        |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Slowking      |Pond           |Uncommon        |B    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Misdreavus    |Forrest        |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Unown         |Forrest        |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Wobbuffet     |Grass          |Uncommon        |B    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Girafarig     |Grass          |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Pineco        |Forrest        |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Forretress    |Forrest        |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Dunsparce     |Forrest        |Rare            |A    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Gligar        |Mountain       |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Steelix       |Mountain       |Rare            |A    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Snubbull      |Grass          |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Granbull      |Grass          |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Qwilfish      |Ocean          |Uncommon        |B    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Scizor        |Grass          |Rare            |A    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Shuckle       |Ocean          |Uncommon        |B    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Heracross     |Forrest        |Uncommon        |B    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Sneasel       |Mountain       |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Teddiursa     |Forrest        |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Ursaring      |Forrest        |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Slugma        |Mountain       |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Magcargo      |Mountain       |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Swinub        |Mountain       |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Piloswine     |Mountain       |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Corsola       |Ocean          |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Remoraid      |Ocean          |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Octillery     |Ocean          |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Delibird      |Mountain       |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Mantine       |Ocean          |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Skarmory      |Mountain       |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Houndour      |Mountain       |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Houndoom      |Mountain       |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Kingdra       |Ocean          |Uncommon        |B    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Phanpy        |Mountain       |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Donphan       |Mountain       |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Hitmontop     |Mountain       |Uncommon        |B    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Porygon 2     |Grass          |Uncommon        |B    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Stantler      |Grass          |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Smeargle      |Grass          |Uncommon        |B    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Tyrogue       |Mountain       |Uncommon        |B    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Smoochum      |Grass          |Uncommon        |B    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Elekid        |Mountain       |Uncommon        |B    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Magby         |Mountain       |Uncommon        |B    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Miltank       |Grass          |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Blissey       |Grass          |Rare            |A    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Raikou        |Mountain       |Rare            |A    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Entei         |Mountain       |Rare            |A    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Suicune       |Mountain       |Rare            |A    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Larvitar      |Mountain       |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Pupitar       |Mountain       |Uncommon        |B    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Tyranitar     |Mountain       |Rare            |A    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Lugia         |Mountain       |Rare            |A    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Ho-oh         |Mountain       |Rare            |A    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Celebi        |Forrest        |Very Rare       |S    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Treecko       |Forrest        |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Grovyle       |Forrest        |Uncommon        |B    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Sceptile      |Forrest        |Rare            |A    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Torchic       |Grass          |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Combusken     |Grass          |Uncommon        |B    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Blaziken      |Grass          |Rare            |A    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Mudkip        |Pond           |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Marshtomp     |Pond           |Uncommon        |B    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Swampert      |Pond           |Rare            |A    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Poochyena     |Grass          |Common          |E    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Mightyena     |Grass          |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Zigzagoon     |Grass          |Common          |E    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Linoone       |Grass          |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Wurmple       |Forrest        |Common          |E    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Silcoon       |Forrest        |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Beautifly     |Forrest        |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Cascoon       |Forrest        |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Dustox        |Forrest        |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Lotad         |Pond           |Common          |E    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Lombre        |Pond           |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Ludicolo      |Pond           |Uncommon        |B    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Seedot        |Forrest        |Common          |E    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Nuzleaf       |Forrest        |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Shiftry       |Forrest        |Uncommon        |B    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Tailow        |Grass          |Common          |E    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Swellow       |Grass          |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Wingull       |Ocean          |Common          |E    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Pelipper      |Ocean          |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Ralts         |Grass          |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Kirlia        |Grass          |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Gardevoir     |Grass          |Uncommon        |B    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Surskit       |Pond           |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Masquerain    |Pond           |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Shroomish     |Forrest        |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Breloom       |Forrest        |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Slakoth       |Forrest        |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Vigoroth      |Forrest        |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Slaking       |Forrest        |Uncommon        |B    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Nincada       |Forrest        |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Ninjask       |Forrest        |Uncommon        |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Shedinja      |Forrest        |Uncommon        |B    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Whismur       |Mountain       |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Loudred       |Mountain       |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Exploud       |Mountain       |Uncommon        |B    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Makuhita      |Mountain       |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Hariyama      |Mountain       |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Azurill       |Pond           |Uncommon        |B    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Nosepass      |Mountain       |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Skitty        |Grass          |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Delcatty      |Grass          |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Sableye       |Mountain       |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Mawile        |Mountain       |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Aron          |Mountain       |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Lairon        |Mountain       |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Aggron        |Mountain       |Uncommon        |B    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Meditite      |Mountain       |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Medicham      |Mountain       |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Electirke     |Grass          |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Manectric     |Grass          |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Plusle        |Grass          |Rare            |A    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Minun         |Grass          |Rare            |A    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Volbeat       |Mountain       |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Ilumise       |Mountain       |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Roselia       |Grass          |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Gulpin        |Forrest        |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Swalot        |Forrest        |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Carvanha      |Ocean          |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Sharpedo      |Ocean          |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Wailmer       |Ocean          |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Wailord       |Ocean          |Uncommon        |B    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Numel         |Mountain       |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Camerupt      |Mountain       |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Torkoal       |Mountain       |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Spoink        |Grass          |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Grumpig       |Grass          |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Spinda        |Grass          |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Trapinch      |Mountain       |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Vibrava       |Mountain       |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Flygon        |Mountain       |Uncommon        |B    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Cacnea        |Mountain       |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Cacturne      |Mountain       |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Swablu        |Grass          |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Altaria       |Grass          |Uncommon        |B    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Zangoose      |Grass          |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Seviper       |Forrest        |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Lunatone      |Mountain       |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Solrock       |Mountain       |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Barboach      |Pond           |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Whiscash      |Pond           |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Corphish      |Pond           |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Crawdaunt     |Pond           |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Baltoy        |Mountain       |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Claydol       |Mountain       |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Lileep        |Ocean          |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Crawdily      |Ocean          |Uncommon        |B    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Anorith       |Ocean          |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Armaldo       |Ocean          |Uncommon        |B    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Feebass       |Ocean          |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Milotic       |Ocean          |Rare            |A    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Castform      |Grass          |Uncommon        |B    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Kecleon       |Forrest        |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Shuppet       |Forrest        |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Banette       |Forrest        |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Duskull       |Forrest        |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Dusclops      |Forrest        |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Tropius       |Forrest        |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Chimecho      |Mountain       |Uncommon        |B    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Absol         |Mountain       |Uncommon        |B    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Wynaut        |Grass          |Uncommon        |B    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Snorunt       |Mountain       |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Glalie        |Mountain       |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Spheal        |Ocean          |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Sealeo        |Ocean          |Common          |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Walrein       |Ocean          |Uncommon        |B    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Clampearl     |Ocean          |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Huntail       |Ocean          |Uncommon        |B    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Gorebyss      |Ocean          |Uncommon        |B    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Relicanth     |Ocean          |Uncommon        |B    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Luvdisc       |Ocean          |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Bagon         |Mountain       |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Shelgon       |Mountain       |Common          |D    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Salamence     |Mountain       |Uncommon        |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Beldum        |Mountain       |Common          |B    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Metang        |Mountain       |Uncommon        |C    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Metagross     |Mountain       |Rare            |B    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Regirock      |Mountain       |Rare            |A    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Regice        |Mountain       |Rare            |A    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Registeel     |Mountain       |Rare            |A    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Latias        |Grass          |Rare            |A    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Latios        |Grass          |Rare            |A    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Kyogre        |Ocean          |Rare            |A    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Groundon      |Mountain       |Rare            |A    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Rayquaza      |Grass          |Rare            |A    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Jirachi       |Mountain       |Very Rare       |S    |
|--------------|---------------|----------------|-----|
|Deoxys        |Mountain       |Very Rare       |S    |
\-----------------------------------------------------/


Once you do capture all Pokemon, you will be lead out and given your score.
You will be judged on how fast you caught your Pokemon, and what rank they
are. Here is a list of the different berries you can get depending on your
rank:

/------------------------------------\
|0-2999 Points|Aspear Berry          |
|             |Chesto Berry          |
|             |Leppa Berry           |
|             |Oran Berry            |
|             |Percha Berry          |
|             |Perism Berry          |
|             |Rawst Berry           |
|-------------|----------------------|
|3000-2399    |Aguav Berry           |
|             |Figy Berry            |
|             |Iapapa Berry          |
|             |Mago Berry            |
|             |Wiki Berry            |
|-------------|----------------------|
|3300-3499    |Bluk Berry            |
|             |Lum Berry             |
|             |Nanab Berry           |
|             |Pinap Berry           |
|             |Razz Berry            |
|             |Sitrus Berry          |
|             |Wepear Berry          |
|-------------|----------------------|
|3500-Upward  |Grepa Berry           |
|             |Hondew Berry          |
|             |Kelpsy Berry          |
|             |Pomeg Berry           |
|             |Qualot Berry          |
|             |Tamato Berry          |
\------------------------------------/

     _____
    /SQ01|
   /_____| ____________________________________________________________________
  /                                                                           /
 /                    S I D E Q U E S T S   G U I D E                        /
/___________________________________________________________________________/



  ____
//SQ02|_____________________________________________________________________\\
||                         Ho-Oh and Bell Tower                             ||
\\__________________________________________________________________________//


       /_____________________________________________________\
       |Pokemon        |Morning  |Day    |Night   |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Rattata        |100%     |100%   |20%     |Normal    |
       |Gastly         |-        |-      |80%     |Normal    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |National Dex   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Zigzagoon      |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Spinda         |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Meditite       |                          |S. Radio  |
       |Chatot         |                          |S. Radio  |
       \_____________________________________________________/

Depending on what version you have, you can either go to Bell Tower as soon
as you beat the Kimono Sisters in HeartGold, or after you get the Rainbow
Wing from a guy in Pewter City in SoulSilver.

Head north in Ecruteak and talk to the head monk and he will move out
of the way, Take the path to the Tin Tower.

On the first floor, one of the monks will use the energy of the Rainbow Wing
to show that Ho-Oh is coming. Go up the ladder on the 2nd floor.



______
|3F  |
______________________________________________________________________________

Go left to find a full heal. Go right, up and then left past the moving
pillar. Then up and right. Then up a little bit and then right, and then down
and right and go up the ladder

______________________________________________________________________________


______
|4F  |
______________________________________________________________________________

Go down, then left, down, left, and down until you are on a larger platform
where you can find a ultra ball. Head right, down, left, and down twice to be
on the same platform as a ladder with a PP up. Go Left and left until you are
on a big platform, and then go up and left,left, down, right, right, down,
left, left, down, left and left to be on a platform with another ladder and
a escape rope. Go up and then right and right to be on the same platform as
the moving pillar, and then go up and left, left and go up the ladder.

______________________________________________________________________________


______
|5F  |
______________________________________________________________________________

Go right, right, and then down the first chance you can a little bit after the
ramps. Then go left once, and then down three times. Take the right path and
go up the ladder.

______________________________________________________________________________


______
|6F  |
______________________________________________________________________________

Can get a item ball with a Max Potion right in front of you. Take the right
bridge and go up to the farthest bridge to get a Full heal. Then go down twice
to end up at the ladder going up

______________________________________________________________________________


______
|7F  |
______________________________________________________________________________

Go right and avoid the teleporter to find a Max Revive. Then go down and take
the teleporter. It will eventually lead to a wooden bridge with a ladder
leading to the top.

______________________________________________________________________________

___________________
|Top of Bell Tower |
______________________________________________________________________________

In HeartGold, you will find all the Kimono Sisters there and they will do a
dance that summons Ho-Oh. In SoulSilver, the Kimono sisters will not be there
and Ho-Oh will simply just be there. Save before fighting it.

/____________________________________________________________________________\
|Legendary Pokemon Ho-Oh                                                     |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Level 45 (HG), 70 (SS)                                                      |
|Fire/Flying                                                                 |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Info: Ah, Ho-Oh. Depending on what version you are playing, it can either be|
|      lv 45 or lv 70. If you are fighting it in HeartGold, it will know     |
|      Sacred Fire, Fire Blast, Sunny Day, and Extrasensory. In SoulSilver,  |
|      it will know Punishment, Safeguard, Ancientpower, and Sacred Fire. If |
|      you are playing HG, then you should have received the Master Ball from|
|      Prof. Elm. If you want to use it on Ho-Oh and not on one of the       |
|      roaming legendary dogs, then go ahead. Its catch rate is identical to |
|      other legendaries at 3, so you will need to get its HP down low and   |
|      Paralyze or put it to sleep, which might be harder in SS due to Ho-Oh |
|      having Safeguard. Once its HP is low enough, you may want to use a    |
|      Pokemon that knows False Swipe and throw Ultra Balls at it.           |
\____________________________________________________________________________/

If you knock out Ho-Oh, it will reappear after you have beaten the Elite Four.
Once you have captured it, either fly or go back down. Also, you will find the
Sacred Ash item attached to Ho-Oh, which revives all of your Pokemon to full
health. Very handy for the Pokemon League in HG.


  ____
//SQ03|_____________________________________________________________________\\
||                        Lugia and Whirl Islands                           ||
\\__________________________________________________________________________//



Ah, the Whirl Islands. If you are playing SoulSilver, you will come here after
beating the Kimono girls. HeartGold users will have to wait until after they
get the Silver Wing from a man in Pewter City.

To get to the Whirl Islands, you will need to have a Pokemon that knows Surf
and Whirlpool. If you caught the Red Gyarados from earlier, it can learn
both. Otherwise, try to fish around or catch a Tentacool that you can teach
those two moves to. You will also need TM70 (Flash) for a few sections of the
cave, but it is not required. You should have gotten TM70 from Sprout Tower
if you did not use it on any Pokemon, but you can also buy it from the
Goldenrod Department Store if you need it.

You might also want to buy some repels if you do not plan on capturing
anything. Also, if you are playing SoulSilver and have not received the Master
Ball, go to Prof. Elm's lab and get it if you have all 8 badges. If you do
not plan to use the Master Ball, stock up on Ultra Balls.

Once you are ready, head over or fly to Olivine City and go to the left onto
Route 40, and then surf down to Route 41. Surf over to the upper right island,
and use Whirlpool on it. Keep surfing around until you find the cave entrance.

______
|1F  |
______________________________________________________________________________

       /_____________________________________________________\
       |Pokemon        |Morning  |Day    |Night   |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Krabby         |50%      |50%    |50%     |Normal    |
       |Zubat          |30%      |30%    |30%     |Normal    |
       |Golbat         |5%       |5%     |5%      |Normal    |
       |Seel           |15%      |15%    |15%     |Normal    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Fish/Surfing   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Tentacool      |60%                       |Surfing   |
       |Tentacruel     |10%                       |Surfing   |
       |Horsea         |30%                       |Surfing   |
       |Magikarp       |95% (O), 60% (G)          |Fishing   |
       |Krabby         |5% (O), 37% (G), 60% (S)  |Fishing   |
       |Kingler        |7% (S)                    |Fishing   |
       |Horsea         |3% (G), 30% (S)           |Fishing   |
       |Seadra         |3% (S)                    |Fishing   |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |National Dex   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Absol          |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Makuhita       |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Bronzor        |                          |S. Radio  |
       |Chingling      |                          |S. Radio  |
       \_____________________________________________________/

Once inside, use Flash and then keep going right and jumping off the ledges.
When you get to a fork in the road where you can either jump off a ledge that
is either on the upper or lower part of the ledge with a ladder, take the
upper one and you find a path that goes up. Go up the path and you will find
a ladder that will take you down.

______________________________________________________________________________


______
|B1  |
______________________________________________________________________________

       /_____________________________________________________\
       |Pokemon        |Morning  |Day    |Night   |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Krabby         |50%      |50%    |50%     |Normal    |
       |Zubat          |30%      |30%    |30%     |Normal    |
       |Golbat         |5%       |5%     |5%      |Normal    |
       |Seel           |15%      |15%    |15%     |Normal    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |National Dex   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Absol          |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Makuhita       |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Bronzor        |                          |S. Radio  |
       |Chingling      |                          |S. Radio  |
       \_____________________________________________________/

Once you are down the ladder, keep going on the path until you find a ladder
that will take you down. Head down it.
______________________________________________________________________________

______
|B2  |
______________________________________________________________________________

       /_____________________________________________________\
       |Pokemon        |Morning  |Day    |Night   |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Krabby         |50%      |50%    |50%     |Normal    |
       |Zubat          |30%      |30%    |30%     |Normal    |
       |Golbat         |5%       |5%     |5%      |Normal    |
       |Seel           |15%      |15%    |15%     |Normal    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Fish/Surfing   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Horsea         |60%                       |Surfing   |
       |Tentacruel     |30%                       |Surfing   |
       |Seadra         |10%                       |Surfing   |
       |Magikarp       |95% (O), 60% (G)          |Fishing   |
       |Krabby         |5% (O), 37% (G), 60% (S)  |Fishing   |
       |Kingler        |7% (S)                    |Fishing   |
       |Horsea         |3% (G), 30% (S)           |Fishing   |
       |Seadra         |3% (S)                    |Fishing   |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |National Dex   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Absol          |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Makuhita       |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Bronzor        |                          |S. Radio  |
       |Chingling      |                          |S. Radio  |
       \_____________________________________________________/

Once you are on this floor, go left and you will find a item ball with a Max
Revive in it. Go down and talk to the old monk and show him your Silver Wing,
and he will let you pass. Go down the slope and go into the first cave
entrance to find a Rare Candy. Exit the cave and keep going down the slope
to find another cave entrance.

______________________________________________________________________________

______
|B3  |
______________________________________________________________________________

In this room, if you are playing SoulSilver, you will see the Kimono girls
already there. They will take the Tide Bell and do a ceremonial dance with
it. If you are playing HeartGold, the Kimono girls will not be there and you
will just find Lugia. Once Lugia is summoned, swim over to it and save. Press
A when you are ready to fight it.

/____________________________________________________________________________\
|Legendary Pokemon Lugia                                                     |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Level 45 (SS), 70 (HG)                                                      |
|Psychic/Flying                                                              |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Info: Good 'ol Lugia. If you are playing SoulSilver, he will be at lv 45 and|
|      have Extrasensory, Aeroblast, Rain Dance, and Hydro Pump. HeartGold   |
|      players will find him at lv 70 and will have Ancientpower, Safeguard, |
|      Aeroblast, and Punishment. SS users should have received the Master   |
|      Ball from Elm and it would be a good time to use it unless you want   |
|      to save it for another legendary, so you will want to get Lugia down  |
|      into the red and Paralyze or put it to sleep. False Swipe is a good   |
|      move to use once you get it low enough. His catch rate is 3, so it    |
|      will take a few Ultra Balls to capture it.                            |
\____________________________________________________________________________/

Once you have caught Lugia, you can use a Escape Rope to exit the Whirl
Islands where you can then fly out. If you do not have a escape route, go the
way you came in. If you knocked out Lugia, it will reappear once you beat the
Elite Four.

  ____
//SQ04|_____________________________________________________________________\\
||                       Cerulean Cave & Mewtwo                             ||
\\__________________________________________________________________________//

Before you enter Cerulean Cave, you will want to bring a Pokemon with Flash
and Surf with you. There is also a bunch of Rock Smashable rocks and a few
areas you can go down walls on, so you might want to bring a Pokemon along
that knows Rock Smash and/or Rock Climb. Also, it is recommended that your
Pokemon be at least lv 55 or above before going into Cerulean Cave.

Anywho, this is the quickest path to Mewtwo:

______
|1F  |
______________________________________________________________________________

       /_____________________________________________________\
       |Pokemon        |Morning  |Day    |Night   |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Golbat         |10%      |10%    |50%     |Normal    |
       |Parasect       |20%      |20%    |10%     |Normal    |
       |Machoke        |24%      |24%    |6%      |Normal    |
       |Primeape       |14%      |14%    |4%      |HeartGold |
       |Persian        |14%      |14%    |4%      |SoulSilver|
       |Magneton       |11%      |11%    |10%     |Normal    |
       |Ditto          |11%      |11%    |10%     |Normal    |
       |Wobbuffet      |5%       |5%     |5%      |Normal    |
       |Electrode      |5%       |5%     |5%      |Normal    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Fish/Surfing   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Psyduck        |90%                       |Surfing   |
       |Golduck        |10%                       |Surfing   |
       |Magikarp       |100% (O), 5% (G)          |Fishing   |
       |Poliwag        |62% (G), 60% (S)          |Fishing   |
       |Goldeen        |33% (G)                   |Fishing   |
       |Poliwhirl      |30% (S)                   |Fishing   |
       |Gyarados       |10% (S)                   |Fishing   |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |National Dex   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Absol          |                          |H Radio   |
       |Makuhita       |                          |H Radio   |
       |Bronzor        |                          |S Radio   |
       |Chingling      |                          |S Radio   |
       \_____________________________________________________/

When you first enter the cave, you will see a area you can surf on to reach
the other side. Keep surfing until you are on the upper left side. You will
find two two ladders you can go up and a item ball with a Nugget Inside.

Ignore the two ladders and keep going down the path. Eventually you will find
a ladder at the end of the path. Ignore that ladder and go down the path on
the left to eventually find another ladder leading up and a bridge. If you go
on the bridge and go to the right, you will find a Max Elixir.

Go up a little bit more and go on the left bridge to find a path to a item
ball with a Sea Incense inside. Head back and go straight on the bridge to
the top, and then  go on the right path and check the crystal at the end, you
will find a Rare Candy.

Once you are done with that, head back to the ladder that was at the beginning
of the bridge and go up it to be on the second floor of Cerulean Cave.
______________________________________________________________________________

______
|2F  |
______________________________________________________________________________

       /_____________________________________________________\
       |Pokemon        |Morning  |Day    |Night   |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Golbat         |10%      |10%    |20%     |Normal    |
       |Parasect       |20%      |20%    |20%     |Normal    |
       |Machoke        |20%      |20%    |10%     |Normal    |
       |Kadabra        |20%      |20%    |20%     |Normal    |
       |Magneton       |10%      |10%    |10%     |Normal    |
       |Ditto          |10%      |10%    |10%     |Normal    |
       |Wobbuffet      |5%       |5%     |5%      |Normal    |
       |Electrode      |5%       |5%     |5%      |Normal    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |National Dex   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Absol          |                          |H Radio   |
       |Makuhita       |                          |H Radio   |
       |Bronzor        |                          |S Radio   |
       |Chingling      |                          |S Radio   |
       \_____________________________________________________/

Once you are up the ladder, go left and when you find a fork in the road going
up and down, go down and go on the path to the right. You will eventually wind
up in a fork where you can go left or right, with a breakable rock on the
right path. If you use Rock Smash, you can go down the path to find a Odd
Incense at the end.

Go back to the first fork in the road where you can go up or down. Go up this
time and then to the right when you have the option. Keep following the path
until you find a ladder leading down. It will lead to a room on the 1F with
a second ladder that leads down. Head down it to be in the Basement.
______________________________________________________________________________

______
|B1  |
______________________________________________________________________________

       /_____________________________________________________\
       |Pokemon        |Morning  |Day    |Night   |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Golbat         |10%      |10%    |10%     |Normal    |
       |Parasect       |25%      |25%    |25%     |Normal    |
       |Machoke        |10%      |10%    |10%     |Normal    |
       |Kadabra        |20%      |20%    |20%     |Normal    |
       |Magneton       |15%      |15%    |15%     |Normal    |
       |Ditto          |10%      |10%    |10%     |Normal    |
       |Wobbuffet      |5%       |5%     |5%      |Normal    |
       |Electrode      |5%       |5%     |5%      |Normal    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Fish/Surfing   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Psyduck        |90%                       |Surfing   |
       |Golduck        |10%                       |Surfing   |
       |Magikarp       |100% (O), 5% (G)          |Fishing   |
       |Poliwag        |62% (G), 60% (S)          |Fishing   |
       |Goldeen        |33% (G)                   |Fishing   |
       |Poliwhirl      |30% (S)                   |Fishing   |
       |Gyarados       |10% (S)                   |Fishing   |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |National Dex   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Absol          |                          |H Radio   |
       |Makuhita       |                          |H Radio   |
       |Bronzor        |                          |S Radio   |
       |Chingling      |                          |S Radio   |
       \_____________________________________________________/

The first thing you will see is both a area you can go down to with Rock Climb
and a path on the right with some smashable rocks. If you go down the right
Rock Climbable wall, you will find a path that leads to a Dusk Stone.

Once you are ready, go down that right path with the smashable rocks and keep
following it until you find a fork in the road. Go on the right side and follow
the path until it leads to some water. Surf on it and go on the right side to
reach a area with more breakable rocks. Keep going up and following the path
until you reach a second area you can use surf on.

Ignore the first path to the right and keep going down and you will find a
itemball with the Black Sludge item in it. Go back to the first path going
right and you will find Mewtwo.

/____________________________________________________________________________\
|Legendary Pokemon Mewtwo                                                    |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Level 70                                                                    |
|Psychic                                                                     |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Info: Even though Mewtwo is in the same location and level, his moves are   |
|      very different then what they were in RBY/FRLG. He has Psycho Cut,    |
|      Power Swap, Amnesia, and Guard Swap. Psycho Cut is a rather unique    |
|      Psychic move that is a Physical attack instead of a special one.      |
|      Power Swap is another weird move where it trades your Attack and Sp.  |
|      Attack for his, which can actually help you out more if your Pokemon  |
|      is weaker. Amnesia is used to raise his Special Defense, and Guard    |
|      Swap is used to trade his Defense and Special Defense for yours. As   |
|      you can see, this is a much easier battle since he does not have      |
|      Psychic and Recover, and his only way of attacking you is via Psycho  |
|      Cut.                                                                  |
|                                                                            |
|      Still, it all depends on when you fight him. If you do it right after |
|      the Cerulean Cave is opened, then your Pokemon will probably be       |
|      underleveled. Its recommended that you fight Mewtwo with all of your  |
|      Pokemon being about lv 55 or above. Also, since you are in a cave     |
|      setting, Dark Balls are also effective. You might want to hold off on |
|      using your Master Ball if you still have it.                          |
\____________________________________________________________________________/

Once you beat/capture Mewtwo, there will be a ladder behind it leading you to
1F.

The ladder behind Mewtwo will take you back to the beginning, where you can
hop down on the ledge and wind back up at the beginning.


  ____
//SQ05|_____________________________________________________________________\\
||                       Articuno & Seafoam Island                          ||
\\__________________________________________________________________________//

Another new additions to the remake, Seafoam Island has mostly been restored,
although they layout is a bit different (Pokemon are pretty much the same
as always, though). You will want to bring Pokemon that know Surf and Strength
to get through. Also, this guide will be based on if you are coming from the
Route 19 side (Coming from Fuscia).

______
|1F  |
______________________________________________________________________________

       /_____________________________________________________\
       |Pokemon        |Morning  |Day    |Night   |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Zubat          |30%      |30%    |30%     |Normal    |
       |Golbat         |30%      |30%    |30%     |Normal    |
       |Psyduck        |30%      |30%    |30%     |Normal    |
       |Golduck        |10%      |10%    |10%     |Normal    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |National Dex   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Absol          |                          |H Radio   |
       |Makuhita       |                          |H Radio   |
       |Bronzor        |                          |S Radio   |
       |Chingling      |                          |S Radio   |
       \_____________________________________________________/

Not much to do here. Once you are ready, head down the staircase to the first
Basement floor.

______________________________________________________________________________


______
|B1  |
______________________________________________________________________________

       /_____________________________________________________\
       |Pokemon        |Morning  |Day    |Night   |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Seel           |30%      |30%    |30%     |Normal    |
       |Zubat          |10%      |10%    |10%     |Normal    |
       |Golbat         |30%      |30%    |30%     |Normal    |
       |Psyduck        |16%      |16%    |16%     |Normal    |
       |Golduck        |14%      |14%    |14%     |Normal    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |National Dex   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Absol          |                          |H Radio   |
       |Makuhita       |                          |H Radio   |
       |Bronzor        |                          |S Radio   |
       |Chingling      |                          |S Radio   |
       \_____________________________________________________/

From the route 19 side, go right and push the boulder to the side. On top of
the ledge is a ice heal. Go to the right to find several boulders. Push the
first one up, and the second one to the side. That will lead to a path to the
grip claw. The bottom boulder leads to the Blaine side of the gym. Go on top
of the ledge and take the ladder down.

______________________________________________________________________________


______
|B2  |
______________________________________________________________________________

       /_____________________________________________________\
       |Pokemon        |Morning  |Day    |Night   |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Seel           |30%      |30%    |30%     |Normal    |
       |Zubat          |10%      |10%    |10%     |Normal    |
       |Golbat         |30%      |30%    |30%     |Normal    |
       |Psyduck        |16%      |16%    |16%     |Normal    |
       |Golduck        |14%      |14%    |14%     |Normal    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |National Dex   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Absol          |                          |H Radio   |
       |Makuhita       |                          |H Radio   |
       |Bronzor        |                          |S Radio   |
       |Chingling      |                          |S Radio   |
       \_____________________________________________________/

Go to the left and ride the ice to the left, and then up. Go to the right
and you will find some ice and some skiers. Try to glide past them, and you
will find another set of ice to the south. Run into the trainer and battle
him, and then go right and go down the ladder.
______________________________________________________________________________


______
|B3  |
______________________________________________________________________________

       /_____________________________________________________\
       |Pokemon        |Morning  |Day    |Night   |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Seel           |10%      |10%    |10%     |Normal    |
       |Dewgong        |24%      |24%    |24%     |Normal    |
       |Zubat          |10%      |10%    |10%     |Normal    |
       |Golbat         |30%      |30%    |30%     |Normal    |
       |Psyduck        |12%      |12%    |12%     |Normal    |
       |Golduck        |14%      |14%    |14%     |Normal    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |National Dex   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Absol          |                          |H Radio   |
       |Makuhita       |                          |H Radio   |
       |Bronzor        |                          |S Radio   |
       |Chingling      |                          |S Radio   |
       \_____________________________________________________/

On the left, you will find another ice puzzle. If you take the ladder down on
the south side, you will find a path that leads to a itemball with TM 13
(Ice Beam). For the bottom ice puzzle, knock the 2nd and 3rd blocks out of the
way, and then line yourself up with the first and go left to knock the ice
block over. Then, go down the ladder near it and follow the path. Eventually,
you will reach the basement again with Articuno in it.
______________________________________________________________________________


______
|B4  |
______________________________________________________________________________

       /_____________________________________________________\
       |Pokemon        |Morning  |Day    |Night   |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Seel           |10%      |10%    |10%     |Normal    |
       |Dewgong        |24%      |24%    |24%     |Normal    |
       |Jynx           |12%      |12%    |12%     |Normal    |
       |Golbat         |30%      |30%    |30%     |Normal    |
       |Psyduck        |10%      |10%    |10%     |Normal    |
       |Golduck        |14%      |14%    |14%     |Normal    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Fish/Surfing   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Seel           |60%                       |Surfing   |
       |Horsea         |30%                       |Surfing   |
       |Slowbro        |10%                       |Surfing   |
       |Magikarp       |95% (O), 60% (G)          |Fishing   |
       |Krabby         |5% (O), 7% (G), 5% (S)    |Fishing   |
       |Psyduck        |30% (G)                   |Fishing   |
       |Horsea         |3% (G), 30% (S)           |Fishing   |
       |Seadra         |5% (S)                    |Fishing   |
       |Gyarados       |60% (S)                   |Fishing   |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |National Dex   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Absol          |                          |H Radio   |
       |Makuhita       |                          |H Radio   |
       |Bronzor        |                          |S Radio   |
       |Chingling      |                          |S Radio   |
       \_____________________________________________________/

As you can see, there are several unique Pokemon here, including Jynx and
several Pokemon that you can fish for. However, the main reason you are down
here is to capture Articuno.


/____________________________________________________________________________\
|Legendary Pokemon Articuno                                                  |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Level 50                                                                    |
|Ice/Flying                                                                  |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Info: Good 'ol Articuno, still in the same area. It has Ice Beam, Agility,  |
|      Ancientpower, and Reflect. Agility increases its speed, while Reflect |
|      weakens your Psychical attacks. The biggest threat with Articuno is   |
|      its powerful Ice Beam, which has a chance of freezing you, and        |
|      Ancientpower, a Rock move that will occasionally increase all of its  |
|      stats.                                                                |
|                                                                            |
|      Like Mewtwo, Articuno is in a cave, so you can use Dark Balls here as |
|      well. Your Pokemon should be around level 45 and up before tackling   |
|      Articuno. Thunder and fire moves are the best ones to use here, but   |
|      make sure you do not over-do it.                                      |
\____________________________________________________________________________/

Once you have captured him, either use a Escape Rope or go back the way you
came to exit.

  ____
//SQ06|_____________________________________________________________________\\
||                         Zapdos & Power Plant                             ||
\\__________________________________________________________________________//

Located on the Cerulean Side of Rock Tunnel after surfing, you do have to go
to the power plant during the main story in order to restore power to Kanto.
However, after you get all 16 Badges, Zapdos will appear right outside the
Power Plant on the left side of the building.

/____________________________________________________________________________\
|Legendary Pokemon Zapdos                                                    |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Level 50                                                                    |
|Electric/Flying                                                             |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Info: Poor Zapdos, while it is close to where it was in RBY/FRLG, its main  |
|      dungeon has been eliminated. As far as attacks go, it has Ancientpower|
|      Agility, Charge, and Discharge. Charge is used mainly to increase the |
|      attack power of Discharge, a powerful Electric move that becomes      |
|      very lethal after being charged up. The good thing is that outside of |
|      Ancientpower, Discharge is the only move it has, so it isn't nearly   |
|      as powerful as it was back in previous games. If you have a ground    |
|      type Pokemon, use it.                                                 |
|                                                                            |
|      Unlike Articuno, Zapdos is outside, so you can only use Dusk Balls    |
|      when it is night out. Ground types with Rock moves work very well here|
\____________________________________________________________________________/


  ____
//SQ07|_____________________________________________________________________\\
||                         Moltres and Mt. Silver                           ||
\\__________________________________________________________________________//

Located in Mt. Silver, Moltres is the only Legendary Bird that is technically
in Johto (and even plays the Johto theme when you fight it). To get there,
you will need all 16 badges and a Pokemon that has Surf, Waterfall, and Rock
Climb.

______
|1F  |
______________________________________________________________________________

First, when you enter Mt. Silver, surf on the left side and go up the
waterfall. If you go in the cave on the right side when you first go up, you
will find a item ball inside with a Expert Belt.

Ignoring that for now, go to the left and you will find a rock climbable wall.
Go up it and then you will be on a ledge with another rock-climbable wall
leading down. Go down it and surf, and then go up the waterfall to find a
entrance to another part of the cave.

______________________________________________________________________________

___________________
|1F (Moltres Room)|
______________________________________________________________________________


       /_____________________________________________________\
       |Pokemon        |Morning  |Day    |Night   |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Quagsire       |40%      |40%    |30%     |Normal    |
       |Phanpy         |10%      |10%    |10%     |HeartGold |
       |Donphan        |20%      |20%    |20%     |HeartGold |
       |Teddiursa      |10%      |10%    |10%     |SoulSilver|
       |Ursaring       |20%      |20%    |20%     |SoulSilver|
       |Golbat         |5%       |5%     |5%      |Normal    |
       |Golduck        |10%      |10%    |10%     |Normal    |
       |Sneasel        |20%      |20%    |20%     |Normal    |
       |Larvitar       |5%       |5%     |5%      |Normal    |
       |Misdreavus     |-        |-      |10%     |Normal    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Fish/Surfing   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Seaking        |90%                       |Surfing   |
       |Goldeen        |10%                       |Surfing   |
       |Magikarp       |95% (O), 60% (G), 7% (S)  |Fishing   |
       |Goldeen        |5% (O), 40% (G), 90% (S)  |Fishing   |
       |Seaking        |3% (S)                    |Fishing   |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |National Dex   |Encounter Rate            |Method    |
       |_____________________________________________________|
       |Absol          |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Makuhita       |                          |H. Radio  |
       |Bronzor        |                          |S. Radio  |
       |Chingling      |                          |S. Radio  |
       \_____________________________________________________/

When you go inside, you will find Moltres at the bottom of a pit with two rock
climbable walls on each side. Go down them to fight Moltres.

/____________________________________________________________________________\
|Legendary Pokemon Moltres                                                   |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Level 50                                                                    |
|Fire/Flying                                                                 |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Info: Moltres is the most out of the way bird compared to its original      |
|      location in RBY (Victory Road) and FRLG (The first island). It has    |
|      Ancientpower, Flamethrower, Safeguard, and Air Slash. As far as the   |
|      three birds go, it is the most equipped as far as attacks go.         |
|      Safeguard makes it to where you cannot inflict various status effects,|
|      such as Paralyze or Sleep. Air Slash is a fairly powerful flying move |
|      that makes it to where you have a chance to flinch.                   |
|                                                                            |
|      Since Moltres is in a cave, Dark Balls work here. You should have a   |
|      Ground Pokemon with Rock attacks, due to it being fairly resistant    |
|      against fire and flying moves and Moltres being very weak to Rock.    |
|      Your Pokemon should be level 45+                                      |
\____________________________________________________________________________/


  ____
//SQ08|_____________________________________________________________________\\
||                       Suicune and Cerulean Cape                          ||
\\__________________________________________________________________________//

Similar to Crystal, Suicune is a special event Pokemon and no longer a Roaming
Pokemon. However, for Suicune to appear, you will need to meet it at the
following places:

* First, you must awaken it at the Ecruteak Burned Tower during the story. It
  will run off afterwards

* Next, when you are in Cianwood, go to the top and you will find it in a
  small enclosed area. Eustine will fight you.

* After that, you will see it on Route 42 in the middle while surfing to
  Mahogany Town. You will need to use Cut to reach it. It will run off
  after you see it.

* After you have beaten the Elite Four and go on the S.S. Aqua, you will
  find it in the Vermillion City Harbor automatically. It will run off
  after you see it.

* You will then see it on the right side of Route 14 near the water (Route
  14 is on the east side of Fuchsia City). It will run off afterwards.

* Finally, once Misty goes back to the gym, go indoors somewhere and go back
  out and Suicune should be there if you did all the above. Save before
  fighting it.


/____________________________________________________________________________\
|Legendary Pokemon Suicune                                                   |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Level 40                                                                    |
|Water                                                                       |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Info: Unlike all the other Legendary Dogs, Suicune is the only one that will|
|      not flee when you fight it, and does not have any attacks that can    |
|      cause you to flee. As far as attacks go, it has Rain Dance, Gust,     |
|      Aurora Beam, and Mist. Oddly enough, Suicune does not have any sort of|
|      ability or attack that takes advantage of Rain Dance, so it is mostly |
|      a advantage towards you (Thunder becomes 100% accurate). Aurora Beam  |
|      is a slightly powerful Ice attack that has a chance of lowering your  |
|      attack one level. Mist makes it to where you cannot lower Suicune's   |
|      stats, and finally Gust is a weak flying move.                        |
|                                                                            |
|      Since Suicune is outside, you can use Dark Balls at night. Electric   |
|      Pokemon work well here, especially if they have Thunder. Suicune is   |
|      actually a fairly low level when compared to some of the other        |
|      legendaries, so level 35+ should be the standard (Although you will   |
|      more then likely have 50+ by the time you fight it).                  |
\____________________________________________________________________________/

Also, if you defeat Suicune, you can re fight it by going to the Burned Tower
Basement once you beat the Elite Four again. Its level and moves will all be
the same.

     _____
    /SP01|
   /_____| ____________________________________________________________________
  /                                                                           /
 /                       S P E C I A L   E V E N T S                         /
/___________________________________________________________________________/

Special Events are events in the game that are triggered by bringing a special
event Pokemon with you to a certain location. So far, there are three
confirmed special events in the game, with two of those giving Pokemon.


  ____
//SP02|_____________________________________________________________________\\
||                         Celebi's Time Travel                             ||
\\__________________________________________________________________________//

Availability:
_____________
Japan: ???
US:    ???
PAL:   ???

This event is activated via a special Celebi given out in a future event. You
must go to the Ilex Forest shine with the Celebi in front to activate the
event. You must also have done the Goldenrod Radio Tower event for this to
activate.

  /_________________________________________________________________________\
  |                           !!! NOTE !!!                                  |
  |_________________________________________________________________________|
  |      This section contains spoilers for the main game. If you do not    |
  |      want to read them, I recommend you look elsewhere.                 |
  \_________________________________________________________________________/

Once you start your event, you will see your rival talk to you and mention
Celebi's Time Travel abilities. You will then be warped back in the past 3
years to Route 22, where you will see Giovanni talk to your Rival. It is
revealed that your Rival is Giovanni's son, and that he is leaving his son
to go into training so that he can rebuild Team Rocket in the future. After
that, Celebi will then warp you to the near present, around the time the
Radio Tower took place.

You will find out that Giovanni wanted to go to the aid of his comrades at
the radio tower, but is face against you, who is similar to the kid Giovanni
lost to three years ago. He will then fight you.

/____________________________________________________________________________\
|Boss: Giovanni                                                              |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Pokemon:                                                                    |
|Nidoking lv 42 (Poison/Ground)                                              |
|Honchkrow lv 43 (Dark/Flying)                                               |
|Nidoqueen lv 46 (Poison/Ground)                                             |
|Kangaskhan lv 40 (Normal)                                                   |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|Info: In what may be the first time a major boss is available via a event,  |
|      Giovanni is actually somewhat underleveled depending on when you fight|
|      him. His highest level Pokemon is lv 46, so anyone that has already   |
|      beat the Elite Four should not have any trouble against him. His team |
|      is somewhat similar to his old team from 3 years ago, but now has a   |
|      Honchkrow and he has regained his Kangaskhan. Interesting enough, his |
|      theme music is of the other Rocket Admins.                            |
|                                                                            |
|      Nidoking is his first Pokemon and it has Shadow Claw, Focus Energy,   |
|      Fury Attack, and Double Kick and has a Focus Sash for a item. Shadow  |
|      Claw is a ghost move with a high Critical hit ratio. Focus Energy     |
|      greatly increases the chance of scoring a critical hit. Fury Attack   |
|      attacks 2-5 times in a row, and Double Kick is a fighting move that   |
|      is done twice in a turn. Nidoking is also holding a Focus Sash, which |
|      will leave him with 1 HP if a attack that would normally knock him    |
|      out is used when Nidoking has Full HP. Afterwards, Giovanni will use a|
|      full restore on him. Nidoking usually only uses Shadow Claw and Focus |
|      Energy most of the time.                                              |
|                                                                            |
|      His second Pokemon is Honchkrow has Nasty Plot, Swagger, Dark Pulse,  |
|      and Shadow Ball. Nasty Plot increases Honckrow's Special Attack by    |
|      two levels, Swagger increases your Attack up two levels but makes you |
|      become Paralyzed, and Dark Pulse is a high damaging dark attack with  |
|      a 20% chance of flinching. Honchkrow is weak to Rock, Electric, or Ice|
|      attacks.                                                              |
|                                                                            |
|      Next up is Nidoqueen, which has Roar, Earth Power, Crunch, and        |
|      Superpower. Roar switches out your current Pokemon for another one on |
|      your team, Earth Power is a very powerful special ground move that has|
|      a chance of lowering your Special Defense (Its sort of the Ground     |
|      version of Psychic). Finally, there is Superpower, which is similar to|
|      Close Combat where it has a base of 120, but then lowers Nidoqueen's  |
|      Attack and Defense one level. Nidoqueen does not use Superpower too   |
|      often, and will usually use Earth Power or Crunch most of the time.   |
|      Nidoqueen is weak to Ground, Water, Psychic, and Ice moves.           |
|                                                                            |
|      Finally there is Kangaskhan, which has Outrage, Leer, Sucker Punch,   |
|      and Dizzy Punch. Outrage is a Dragon type move that keeps going for   |
|      several turns, and then causes Kangaskhan to become confused. Leer    |
|      lowers your defense one level, and Sucker Punch will attack first if  |
|      you use a damaging move, and will fail if you don't. Finally, there is|
|      Dizzy Punch, which has a small chance of confusing you. Kangaskhan is |
|      a normal Pokemon, so fighting moves work best.                        |
\____________________________________________________________________________/

Note that losing against Giovanni will give you a interesting alternate ending
where you are transported back to the shrine and you can redo the fight over
by pressing A on the shrine again. Once you beat him, Giovanni will admit
defeat and leaves. After that, you will be transported back to your current
time with your other rival.

As a added bonus, if you go to Tohjo Falls later in the game and use waterfall
and go down the other side, you can swim to the right and go up a set of
stairs to find a waterfall. Go behind the waterfall and you will find the
cave Giovanni was in. If you already did a event, clicking on the radio will
mention that Giovanni was listening to it.

  ____
//SP03|_____________________________________________________________________\\
||                           Spiky Ear Pichu                                ||
\\__________________________________________________________________________//

Availability:
_____________
Japan: June 19th - July 18th (Shiny Pichu needed)
US:    ???
PAL:   ???

The Spiky Ear Pichu is a special event Pokemon that is activated when you
bring a special Shiny Pichu from one of the movie giveaways. Put the Pichu
in the front of your party and go to the Shine that is in the Ilex Forest
and the Pichu will join your party.

This Pichu is very different then the Pichu that is available in the main
game, and has different sprites for both front and back in battle, and
overworld sprite. Its Poketholon stats are also different, and it is
carrying a Zap Plate. It has Volt Tackle, Helping Hand, Swagger, and Pain
Split for moves and cannot learn any more via leveling up, TM or HM, or
move tutor. It also can not evolve into a Pikachu. You will also not be
allowed to trade the Pichu over the GTS or via a trade.

For another added bonus, if you talk to Prof. Elm with the Spiky Ear Pichu
in your party, he will mention that it has been Time Traveling with Celebi,
and because it has done it so much that it can not evolve.

Poketholon Stats:
/-------------------------------------------------------------\
|Pokemon       |Power   |Speed  |Technique  |Stamina   |Jump  |
|--------------|--------|-------|-----------|----------|------|
|Spiky Pichu   |1       |5      |5          |3         |4     |
\-------------------------------------------------------------/

  ____
//SP04|_____________________________________________________________________\\
||                        Arceus and Sinjoh Ruins                           ||
\\__________________________________________________________________________//

Availability:
_____________
Japan: June 19th - July 18th (Movie Arceus needed)
US:    November 7 - November 15, 2009 via Toys 'R Us (Event Arceus Needed)
PAL:   ???

The Arceus Event is a special event that can be activated by bringing a
special event Arceus to the Ruins of Alph. Put Arceus in the front of your
party and then try to go into the house in the Ruins of Alph and a man will
come out and be shocked that you have Arceus, and leads you to a special
area of the Ruins of Alph, which then transports you to a special area
outside of Kanto and Johto, but not quite in Sinnoh called the Sinjoh Ruins.

You will then be in a special chamber room called the Mystri Stage. Head
outside and you will find a hiker that will take you to a cabin that has a PC,
a man with a Abra that will take you back, and Cynthia, the Champion of the
D/P/Pl games. Talk to Cynthia and she will then go to the ruins. Make sure
you only have 5 Pokemon before you continue.

Follow her there and a special event will start that will give birth to one of
three Pokemon: Dialga, Palkia, or Giratina. You will have to step on the
circle that corresponds to what Pokemon you want:

Lower Left Sphere:  Dialga
Lower Right Sphere: Palkia
Upper Sphere:       Giratina


All three are at Level 1 and are holding their respective orbs. All three will
have a special attack as well that it normally could not get:

Dialga:   Metal Burst
Palika:   Hydro Pump
Giratina: Shadow Sneak

However, it is good to note that this is the only way you can get a Origin
Form Giratina in HGSS, since you cannot trade the Orb that Giratina needs
to transform into its Origin Form, so keep that in mind. Once you do that,
you will get teleported back to the Ruins of Alph.

Its also good to note that you are able to do this event again with the Hall
of Origins Arceus from D/P/Pl.

     _____
    /WF01|
   /_____| ____________________________________________________________________
  /                                                                           /
 /                         W I - F I   E V E N T S                           /
/___________________________________________________________________________/

Wi-Fi events are different from Special Events in that you use the Mystery
Gift option unlocked by default to get certain items or Pokemon.

  ____
//WF02|_____________________________________________________________________\\
||                      Pokewalker: Yellow Forest                           ||
\\__________________________________________________________________________//

Availability:
_____________
Japan: September 18th, 2009 - November 10th, 2009
US:    ???
PAL:   ???

Downloadable via the Mystery Gift, the Yellow Forest course for the Pokewalker
is a special one that has a special Pikachu that knows Volt Tackle, Surf, and
Fly, as well as several unique items such as a Light Ball, Thunderstone, and
several different berries.

  ____
//WF03|_____________________________________________________________________\\
||                        10th Anniversary Mew                              ||
\\__________________________________________________________________________//

Availability:
_____________
Japan: November 11th, 2009 - November 23, 2009
       January 29th, 2010 - February 11th, 2010
US:    ???
PAL:   ???

This is a special Mew that will be available via the Mystery Gift option on
the above dates. it is at lv 5 and is in a Cherish Ball and has a Premier
Ribbon. It does not have any special attacks.

  ____
//WF04|_____________________________________________________________________\\
||                          The Enigma Stone                                ||
\\__________________________________________________________________________//

Availability:
_____________
Japan: November 27th, 2009 - January 11th, 2010
US:    ???
PAL:   ???

This event is a special one, since it is also a in-game event as well. The
Enigma Stone is a downloadable key item via the Mystery Gift option that
allows you to capture Latios in HeartGold and Latias in SoulSilver. To start
the event, bring the Enigma Stone to the Pewter Museum and give it to the
guy who revives fossils. You will then get a Soul Dew back, and Steven will
come and tell you about it. Once you try to leave, you will be attacked by
the Lati@s incarnation of your respective version.

More info will be added once the event becomes available.


     _____
    /0008|
   /_____| ____________________________________________________________________
  /                                                                           /
 /                     B R E E D I N G   G U I D E                           /
/___________________________________________________________________________/


One big feature that has been in every game since Gold and Silver is Breeding,
the ability to create a new Pokemon with two other Pokemon with two different
genders and share a egg group. Although it has been around for awhile, there
are some who still do not know the basics of it. This part of the guide will
explain a few of the obvious and not so obvious steps in breeding a Pokemon.


  ____
//00A8|_____________________________________________________________________\\
||                             The Basics                                   ||
\\__________________________________________________________________________//

The first step in breeding is to get to a point where you can breed. In
HeartGold and SoulSilver, it is located on Route 34.

Another thing to know beforehand is which abilities a Pokemon can learn, what
Nature you want them to be at, and what Gender (If it isn't a Pokemon that
will always have a certain Gender). This will throw in a new problem: Getting
the nature you want, as well as the abilities you want at the same time.
Abilities are not too bad, since there doesn't seem to be a percentage on
which Pokemon can get which ability (50/50, basically). Gender depends on the
Pokemon: Genderless or Pokemon who have the same gender every time are not too
much of a problem, while Pokemon who do have different genders have a certain
percentage of how often it will be a male/female, so it can be very hard to
get a certain gender many times.

Natures, however, can be a big pain in the ass. Not only do they affect
certain stats, but they affect which Poffins a Pokemon would like (Which
makes a difference in contests and Feebass, mostly). So, you pretty much are
going to have to figure out your Pokemon's strong and weak points in their
stats. For example: Chansey pretty much is used as a wall in multilayer
matches, so a Rash ability would not benefit it. However, for Chansey, a
Hardy, Docile, Timid, Jolly, Naive, Bashful, and Quirky Nature would either
not hurt it's stats, or give it a boost in Speed: one of the few stats that
mean something for a wall that does not rely on Attack, Defense, or the two
specials.


/____________________________________________________________________________\
|                              !!! NOTE !!!                                  |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|         If you have two Pokemon that can breed and the mother has          |
|         the nature you want, then giving the mother a Everstone            |
|         will increase your chances of getting the mother's                 |
|         nature. If Ditto is given the Everstone, it also has a chance of   |
|         passing down its nature.                                           |
\____________________________________________________________________________/


So, what is the big problem? Natures, Abilities, and Gender are pre-determined
once you do get the egg, so you cannot save before it hatches and go back
before it does hatch. The best way to counter this is to keep one Pokemon that
knows Flame Body or Magma Armor (Such as Slugma or Magcargo), and carry 5
Pokemon eggs at once. If none of them have the natures/abilities/gender you
want, release them and try again.




  ____
//00B8|_____________________________________________________________________\\
||                            Chain Breeding                                ||
\\__________________________________________________________________________//

The next step is to figure out which Pokemon you want breed, and for what
reason. Do you want a Pokemon for its stats, or to chain breed with another
Pokemon for a specific move? Chain-Breeding is a process in which you transfer
a move from one Pokemon that has a move over to one that can learn it either
via a TM or via it's egg move capabilities (Refer to the Pokedex for a list
of moves a Pokemon can learn via breeding). This, sometimes, may require
several Pokemon just to get to the Pokemon you want to have the move. Here is
a small example:

/_________________________________________________________________________\
|THE POKEMON:                                                             |
|_________________________________________________________________________|
|Pokemon 1: Has move you want                                             |
|Pokemon 2: Female                                                        |
|Pokemon 3: Offspring of Pokemon 1 and 2 and Carrier of move from Pokemon |
|           1.                                                            |
|Main Pokemon: Female and type of Pokemon that you want to give the move  |
|              to.                                                        |
|Main offspring: Pokemon with desired move.                               |
|_________________________________________________________________________|
|Pokemon 1 has a move you want for another Pokemon, but you cannot breed  |
|Main Pokemon for it. Pokemon 1 is male                                   |
|                                                                         |
|Pokemon 2 has the capability of learning that move, and can breed with   |
|Pokemon 1 and your Main Pokemon. Pokemon 2 is female                     |
|                                                                         |
|Main Pokemon has the capability of learning that move either as          |
|a egg or TM learned move. Main Pokemon is female.                        |
|                                                                         |
|Pokemon 1 and 2 will breed, and produce a egg with Pokemon 3. Pokemon 3  |
|will need to be male so it can breed with Main Pokemon, so you will need |
|to breed until you get a Male Pokemon 3. Then, breed Male Pokemon 3 with |
|Main Pokemon (Unless it is a baby Pokemon, in which you will need to     |
|level it up). Then, hatch it and see if you got the Pokemon you want     |
|with the right move/gender/ability/nature. If not, re-breed Pokemon 3    |
|and Main Pokemon until you get the desired Pokemon with the right        |
|specs.                                                                   |
\_________________________________________________________________________/

Sounds like a giant process for chain breeding, no? Basically, you will need
to map out everything about a certain Pokemon to get one that is "perfect",
or so you think.

So, what about those who could care less about moves and the various other
hassles of breeding? Well, the minimum you will need to breed two Pokemon is a
Pokemon that is female, one that is male, and they both need to be in the same
Egg Group (refer to the next section, 004F, for details on egg groups). If they
are in the same egg group, then take them down to the breeding center and drop
them off. Depending on if they are a traded Pokemon and various other things,
it may take longer or shorter to produce a egg. Talk to the man outside to see
if the two Pokemon have produced a egg yet. Once they do, take it.

  ____
//00C8|_____________________________________________________________________\\
||                            Baby Pokemon                                  ||
\\__________________________________________________________________________//

First introduced in the second generation, there are several Pokemon that
will create unique baby Pokemon when the female of that species breeds or
any Pokemon of that species breeds with a ditto.

However, with any baby Pokemon after the second generation, there is a
additional requirement: The species that can create the baby Pokemon must
be holding a specific incense item to create that baby Pokemon, or it will
create a normal Pokemon.

For example: If you breed a Marill holding a Sea Incense with a Ditto, it will
create a Azurill. Likewise, if you breed a female Marill with a male Pokemon
that can breed with Marill it will also create a Azurill. However, if you
breed a male Marill holding a sea incense with a Pokemon that is not
a Azumarill, Marill, or a Ditto then it will NOT create a Azurill. Also, if
you breed without the Sea Incense, it will just create a normal Marill.

However, for generation 2 Pokemon, you will always get a baby Pokemon. For
example: Breeding a Electabuzz with a Ditto without anything attached will
always create a Elekid. There is no current way to hatch a fresh version of
Generation II Pokemon that has a baby form. The exception to this rule is
Generation IV Lucario, who does not require a Incense and can only breed
Riolu.

Here is a list of the Pokemon you can breed to get a baby Pokemon, and any
requirements to get that baby.



/____________________________________________________________________________\
|Base Pokemon          |Requirements        |Baby Pokemon  |Evolve           |
|______________________|____________________|______________|_________________|
|Pikachu/Raichu        |-                   |Pichu         |Happiness        |
|Clefairy/Clefable     |-                   |Cleffa        |Happiness        |
|Jigglypuff/Wigglytuff |-                   |Igglybuff     |Happiness        |
|Togetic/Togekiss      |-                   |Togepi        |Happiness        |
|Hitmonchan/Lee/Top    |-                   |Tyrogue       |Level 20 (Stats) |
|Jynx                  |-                   |Smoochum      |Level 30         |
|Electabuzz/Electivire |-                   |Elekid        |Level 30         |
|Magmar/Magmotar       |-                   |Magby         |Level 30         |
|Marill/Azumarill      |Sea Incense         |Azurill       |Happiness        |
|Wobbuffet             |Lax Incense         |Wynaut        |Level 15         |
|Roselia/Roserade      |Rose Incense        |Budew         |Happiness (Day)  |
|Chimecho              |Pure Incense        |Chingling     |Happiness (Night)|
|Sudowoodo             |Rock Incense        |Bonsly        |Know Mimic       |
|Mr. Mime              |Odd Incense         |Mime Jr.      |Know Mimic       |
|Chansey/Blissey       |Luck Incense        |Happiny       |Lv w/OvalStone on|
|Snorlax               |Full Incense        |Munchlax      |Happiness        |
|Lucario               |-                   |Riolu         |Happiness (Day)  |
|Mantine               |Wave Incense        |Mantyke       |Lv w/Remoraid in |
|                      |                    |              |party            |
|Manaphy               |-                   |Phione        |-                |
\____________________________________________________________________________/

A few notes about Baby Pokemon:

* Baby Pokemon cannot breed themselves and must level up to breed. However,
  Phione is a exception to the rule, but it can only breed other Phione

* Manaphy is genderless and can only breed with Ditto

* Baby Pokemon are honestly not all that powerful in battle and are often
  considered more a a nerf so you do not get powerful Pokemon too soon
  at times. However, the key reason for Baby Pokemon is moves that they cannot
  learn as a adult and for Pokedex completion.

* You can find several baby Pokemon in the wild, such as Wynaut in Gen 3,
  and many of the Gen IV Baby Pokemon in the wild.

  ____
//00D8|_____________________________________________________________________\\
||                            Egg Group List                                ||
\\__________________________________________________________________________//

*NOTE: All names were taken from the Nintendo Power Pokemon FR/LG guide. The
       egg group is a hidden variable used to determine which Pokemon can
       breed with what, and the actual names are unseen. I give all credit
       to Nintendo Power for this list.


Monster Egg class:
/============================================================================\
Bulbasaur/Ivysaur/Venusaur       | Treecko/Grovyle/Sceptile
Charmander/Charmeleon/Charizard  | Mudkip/Marshtomp/Swampert
Squirtle/Wartortle/Blastoise     | Whismur/Loudred/Exploud
Nidoran Female                   | Aron/Lairon/Aggron
Nidoran Male                     | Tropius
Slowpoke/Slowbro/Slowking        | Turtwig/Grotile/Torterra
Cubone/Marowak                   | Cranidos/Rampardos
Lickitung/Lickilicky             | Shieldon/Bastiodon
Rhyhorn/Rhydon/Rhyperior         | Gible/Gabite/Garchomp
Kangaskhan                       | Snover/Abomasnow
Lapras                           |
Snorlax                          |
Chikorita/Bayleef/Meganium       |
Totodile/Croconaw/Feraligatr     |
Mareep/Flaffy/Ampharos           |
Larvitar/Pupitar/Tyranitar       |
\----------------------------------------------------------------------------/


Grass Egg class:
/============================================================================\
Bulbasaur/Ivysaur/Venusaur       | Turtwig/Grotile/Torterra
Oddish/Gloom/Vileplume/Bellossom | Cherubi/Cherrim
Paras/Parasect                   | Carnivine
Bellsprout/Weepinbell/Victreebel | Snover/Abomasnow
Exeggcute/Exeggutor              |
Tangela/Tangrowth                |
Chikorita/Bayleef/Meganium       |
Hoppip/Skiploom/Jumpfluff        |
Sunkern/Sunflora                 |
Lotad/Lombre/Ludicolo            |
Seedot/Nuzleaf/Shiftry           |
Shroomish/Breloom                |
Roselia/Roserade                 |
Cacnea/Cacturne                  |
Tropius                          |
\----------------------------------------------------------------------------/


Dragon Egg class:
/============================================================================\
Charmander/Charmeleon/Charizard  | Gible/Gabite/Garchomp
Ekans/Arbok                      |
Horsea/Seadra/Kingdra            |
Magikarp/Gyarados                |
Dratini/Dragonair/Dragonite      |
Treecko/Grovyle/Sceptile         |
Swablu/Altaria                   |
Seviper                          |
Feebass/Milotic                  |
Bagon/Shelgon/Salamence          |
\----------------------------------------------------------------------------/


Water 1 Egg class:
/============================================================================\
Squirtle/Wartortle/Blastoise     | Mudkip/Marshtomp/Swampert
Psyduck/Golduck                  | Lotad/Lombre/Ludicolo
Poliwag/Poliwhirl/Poliwrath/     | Wingull/Pelipper
Slowpoke/Slowbro/Slowking        | Surskit/Masquerain
Seel/Dewgong                     | Corphish/Crawdaunt
Horsea/Seadra/Kingdra            | Feebass/Milotic
Lapras                           | Spheal/Sealeo/Walrein
Omanyte/Omastar                  | Clampearl/Huntail/Gorebyss
Kabuto/Kabutops                  | Relicanth
Dratini/Dragonair/Dragonite      | Piplup/Prinplup/Empoleon
Totodile/Croconaw/Feraligatr     | Bidoof/Bibarel
Marill/Azumarill                 | Buizel/Floatzel
Wooper/Quagsire                  | Shellos/Gastrodon
Corsola                          |
Remoraid/Octillery               |
Delibird                         |
Mantine                          |
Politoed                         |
\----------------------------------------------------------------------------/


Water 2 Egg Class:
/============================================================================\
Goldeen/Seaking                  | Finneon/Lumineon
Magikarp/Gyrados                 |
Chinchou/Lanturn                 |
Qwilfish                         |
Remoraid/Octillery               |
Carvanha/Sharpedo                |
Wailmer/Wailord                  |
Barboach/Whiscash                |
Relicanth                        |
Luvdisc                          |
\----------------------------------------------------------------------------/


Water 3 Egg Class:
/============================================================================\
Tentacool/Tentacruel             | Corphish/Crawdaunt
Shellder/Cloyster                | Lileep/Crawdily
Krabby/Kingler                   | Anorith/Armaldo
Omanyte/Omastar                  | Skorupi/Drapion
Kabuto/Kabutops                  |
Corsola                          |
\----------------------------------------------------------------------------/


Bug Egg class:
/============================================================================\
Caterpie/Metapod/Butterfree      | Wurmple/Silcoon/Cascoon/Beautifly/Dustox
Weedle/Kakuna/Beedrill           | Surskit/Masquerain
Paras/Parasect                   | Nincada/Ninjask
Venonat/Venomoth                 | Volbeat
Scyther/Scizor                   | Illumise
Pinsir                           | Trapinch/Vibrava/Flygon
Ledyba/Ledian                    | Kricketot/Kricketune
Spinarak/Ariados                 | Burmy/Wormadam/Mothim
Pineco/Forretress                | Combee/Vespiquen
Gligar/Gliscor                   | Skorupi/Drapion
Shuckle                          | Yanmega
Heracross                        |
\----------------------------------------------------------------------------/


Flying Egg class:
/============================================================================\
Pidgey/Pidgeotto/Pidgeot         | Tailow/Swellow
Spearow/Fearow                   | Wingull/Pelipper
Zubat/Golbat/Crobat              | Swablu/Altaria
Farfetch'd                       | Starly/Staravia/Staraptor
Doduo/Dodrio                     |
Aerodactyl                       |
Hoothoot/Noctowl                 |
Togetic/Togekiss                 |
Natu/Xatu                        |
Yanma                            |
Murkrow/Honchkrow                |
Skarmory                         |
\----------------------------------------------------------------------------/


Field Egg Class
/============================================================================\
Rattata/Raticate                 | Chimchar/Monferno/Infernape
Ekans/Arbok                      | Piplup/Prinplup/Empoleon
Pikachu/Raichu                   | Bidoof/Bibarel
Sandshrew/Sandslash              | Shinx/Luxio/Luxray
Nidoran Female                   | Pachirisu
Nidoran Male/Nidorino/Nidoking   | Buizel/Floatzel
Vulpix/Ninetales                 | Buneary/Lopunny
Diglett/Dugtrio                  | Glameow/Purugly
Meowth/Persian                   | Stunky/Skuntank
Psyduck/Golduck                  | Lucario
Mankey/Primeape                  | Hippopotas/Hippowdon
Growlithe/Arcanine               | Leafeon/Glaceon
Ponyta/Rapidash                  |
Farfetch'd                       |
Seel/Dewgong                     |
Rhyhorn/Rhydon/Rhyperior         |
Tauros                           |
Eevee/Vaporeon/Jolteon/Flareon   |
Cyndaquil/Quilava/Typhlosion     |
Sentret/Furret                   |
Mareep/Flaffy/Ampharos           |
Aipom/Ambipom                    |
Umbreon/Espeon                   |
Girafarig                        |
Dunsparce                        |
Snubbull/Granbull                |
Sneasel/Weavile                  |
Teddiursa/Ursaring               |
Swinub/Piloswine/Mamoswine       |
Delibird                         |
Houndour/Houndoom                |
Phanpy/Donphan                   |
Stantler                         |
Smeargle                         |
Miltank                          |
Torchic/Combusken/Blaziken       |
Poochyena/Mightyena              |
Zigzagoon/Linoone                |
Seedot/Nuzleaf/Shiftry           |
Slakoth/Vigoroth/Slaking         |
Whismur/Loudred/Exploud          |
Skitty/Delcatty                  |
Mawile                           |
Electrike/Manectric              |
Wailmer/Wailord                  |
Numel/Camerupt                   |
Torkoal                          |
Spoink/Grumpig                   |
Spinda                           |
Zangoose                         |
Seviper                          |
Absol                            |
Spheal/Sealeo/Walrein            |
 \---------------------------------------------------------------------------/


Fairy Egg Class:
/============================================================================\
Pikachu/Raichu                   | Castform
Clefairy/Clefable                | Snorunt/Glalie/Frosslass
Jigglypuff/Wigglytuff            | Pachirisu
Chansey/Blissey                  | Cherubi/Cherrim
Togetic/Togekiss                 |
Marill/Azumarill                 |
Hoppip/Skiploom/Jumpfluff        |
Snubbull/Granbull                |
Shroomish/Breloom                |
Skitty/Delcatty                  |
Mawile                           |
Plusle                           |
Minun                            |
Roselia/Roserade                 |
\----------------------------------------------------------------------------/


Human-Like Egg Class:
/============================================================================\
Abra/Kadabra/Alakazam            | Chimchar/Monferno/Infernape
Machop/Machoke/Machamp           | Buneary/Lopunny
Drowzee/Hypno                    | Lucario
Hitmonlee                        | Croagunk/Toxicroak
Hitmonchan                       |
Mr. Mime                         |
Jynx                             |
Electabuzz/Electivire            |
Magmar/Magmotar                  |
Hitmontop                        |
Makuhita/Hariyama                |
Sableye                          |
Meditite/Medicham                |
Volbeat                          |
Illumise                         |
Spinda                           |
Cacnea/Cacturne                  |
\----------------------------------------------------------------------------/


Mineral Egg class:
/============================================================================\
Geodude/Gravler/Golem            |  Nosepass/Probopass
Onix/Steelix                     |  Snorunt/Glalie/Frosslass
Sudowoodo                        |
\----------------------------------------------------------------------------/


Amorphous Egg class:
/============================================================================\
Grimer/Muk                       | Shellos/Gastrodon
Gastly/Haunter/Gengar            | Drifloon/Drifblim
Koffing/Weezing                  | Spiritomb
Misdreavus/Mismagius             |
Wobbuffet                        |
Slugma/Magcargo                  |
Ralts/Kirlia/Gardevoir/Gallade   |
Gulpin/Swalot                    |
Castform                         |
Shuppet/Banette                  |
Duskull/Dusclops/Dusknoir        |
Chimecho                         |
\----------------------------------------------------------------------------/


No Gender (Can only breed with Ditto and only Ditto):
/============================================================================\
Magnemite/Magneton/Magnezone     | Bronzor/Bronzong
Voltorb/Electrode                | Rotom
Staryu/Starmie                   | Phione
Ditto                            | Manaphy
Porygon/Porygon2/Porygon-Z       |
Shedinja                         |
Lunatone                         |
Solrock                          |
Baltoy/Claydol                   |
Beldum/Metang/Metagross          |
\----------------------------------------------------------------------------/


Unbreedable (Cannot be bred with any Pokemon)
/============================================================================\
Nidorina/Nidoqueen               | Budew
Nidorino/Nidoking                | Chingling
Articuno                         | Bonsly
Zapdos                           | Mime Jr.
Moltres                          | Happiny
Mewtwo                           | Munchlax
Mew                              | Riolu
Pichu                            | Mantyke
Cleffa                           | Uxie
Igglybuff                        | Mespirit
Togepi                           | Azelf
Unknown                          | Dialga
Tyrogue                          | Palkia
Smoochum                         | Heatran
Elekid                           | Regigigas
Magby                            | Giratina
Raikou                           | Cresselia
Entei                            | Darkrai
Suicune                          | Shaymin
Lugia                            | Arceus
Ho-Oh                            |
Celebi                           |
Azurill                          |
Wynaut                           |
Registeel                        |
Regice                           |
Regirock                         |
Latias                           |
Latios                           |
Kyogre                           |
Groundon                         |
Rayquaza                         |
Jirachi                          |
 \---------------------------------------------------------------------------/


 Odd Egg Class:
/----------------------------------------------------------------------------\
Nidoran Female and Nidoran Male
Volbeat and Illumise
Tauros and Milktank
\----------------------------------------------------------------------------/


/____________________________________________________________________________\
|                              !!! NOTE !!!                                  |
|____________________________________________________________________________|
|         The Odd Egg Class is a special one that gives a random Pokemon     |
|         of the species when you breed it. For example: Breeding a Nidoran  |
|         Male and Nidoran Female gives you a chance to get either species   |
|         in a egg.                                                          |
\____________________________________________________________________________/


  ____
//00E8|_____________________________________________________________________\\
||                          Steps to Hatch                                  ||
\\__________________________________________________________________________//


Eggs hatch in cycles in Generation IV, with each 1 Cycle being about 255
steps. On average, most Pokemon hatch in 21 cycles, which is about 5355 steps
total, or 2678 steps if you have a ability that speeds up egg hatching by
cutting the amount of steps in half. As far as cycles, there are:

/====================================================================\
|Type of Pokemon                |Example      |# Cycles  |Steps      |
|===============================|=============|==========|===========|
|Extremely Common Pokemon       |Magikarp     |6 Cycles  |1530 Steps |
|Very Common Pokemon            |Caterpie     |11 Cycles |2805 Steps |
|Common Pokemon                 |Pidgey       |16 Cycles |4080 Steps |
|Normal Pokemon                 |Most Pokemon |21 Cycles |5355 Steps |
|Uncommon Pokemon               |Elekid       |26 Cycles |6630 Steps |
|Semi-Rare Pokemon              |Kabuto       |31 Cycles |7905 Steps |
|Rare Pokemon                   |Eevee        |36 Cycles |9180 Steps |
|Very Rare Pokemon              |Chansey      |41 Cycles |10455 Steps|
|Trio Legendary Pokemon *       |Articuno     |81 Cycles |20655 Steps|
|Main Legendary Pokemon *       |Mewtwo       |121 Cycles|30855 Steps|
\====================================================================/

*: These Egg Cycles are currently not available outside of hacking the game.

Its good to note that every Pokemon, including evolved Pokemon, also have egg
cycles if they are hacked. However, if evolved Pokemon eggs are hacked, they
will have the same amount of steps to hatch as their base forms.

Here is a list of all the base form Pokemon, and how many steps it takes to
hatch them:


Generation I Pokemon:
/=====================================\
|Pokemon Name  |Steps     |W/Ability  |
|==============|==========|===========|
|Bulbasaur     |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Charmander    |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Squirtle      |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Caterpie      |2805      |1403       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Weedle        |2805      |1403       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Pidgey        |4080      |2040       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Rattata       |4080      |2040       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Spearow       |4080      |2040       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Ekans         |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Pichu         |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Sandshrew     |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Nidoran Female|5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Nidoran Male  |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Cleffa        |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Vulpix        |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Igglybuff     |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Zubat         |4080      |2040       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Oddish        |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Paras         |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Venonat       |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Diglett       |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Meowth        |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Psyduck       |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Mankey        |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Growlithe      |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Poliwag       |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Abra          |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Machop        |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Bellsprout    |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Tentacool     |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Geodude       |4080      |2040       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Ponyta        |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Slowpoke      |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Magnemite     |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Farfetch'd    |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Doduo         |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Seel          |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Grimer        |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Shellder      |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Gastly        |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Onix          |6630      |3315       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Drowzee       |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Krabby        |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Voltorb       |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Exeggcute     |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Cubone        |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Tyrogue       |6630      |3315       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Lickitung     |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Koffing       |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Rhyhorn       |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Chansey       |10455     |5528       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Tangela       |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Kangaskhan    |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Horsea        |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Goldeen       |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Staryu        |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Mr. Mine      |6630      |3315       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Scyther       |6630      |3315       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Smoochum      |6630      |3315       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Elekid        |6630      |3315       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Magby         |6630      |3315       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Pinsir        |6630      |3315       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Tauros        |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Magikarp      |1530      |765        |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Lapras        |10455     |5228       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Eevee         |9180      |4590       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Porygon       |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Omanyte       |7905      |3953       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Kabuto        |7905      |3953       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Aerodactyl    |7905      |3953       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Snorlax       |10455     |5228       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Dratini       |10455     |5228       |
\=====================================/


Generation II Pokemon:
/=====================================\
|Pokemon Name  |Steps     |W/Ability  |
|==============|==========|===========|
|Chikorita     |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Cyndaquil     |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Totodile      |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Sentret       |4080      |2040       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Hoothoot      |4080      |2040       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Ledyba        |4080      |2040       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Spinarak      |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Chinchou      |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Togepi        |2805      |1403       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Natu          |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Mareep        |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Marill        |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Sudowoodo     |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Hoppip        |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Aipom         |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Sunkern       |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Yanma         |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Wooper        |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Murkrow       |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Misdreavus    |6630      |3315       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Wobbuffet     |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Girafarig     |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Pineco        |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Dunsparce     |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Gligar        |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Snubbull      |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Qwilfish      |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Shuckle       |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Heracross     |6630      |3315       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Sneasel       |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Teddiursa     |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Slugma        |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Swinub        |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Corsola       |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Remoraid      |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Delibird      |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Mantine       |6630      |3315       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Skarmory      |6630      |3315       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Houndour      |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Phanpy        |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Stantler      |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Smeargle      |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Miltank       |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Larvitar      |10455     |5228       |
\=====================================/


Generation III Pokemon:
/=====================================\
|Pokemon Name  |Steps     |W/Ability  |
|==============|==========|===========|
|Treecko       |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Torchic       |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Mudkip        |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Poochyena     |4080      |2040       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Zigzagoon     |4080      |2040       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Wurmple       |4080      |2040       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Lotad         |4080      |2040       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Seedot        |4080      |2040       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Tailow        |4080      |2040       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Wingull       |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Ralts         |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Surskit       |4080      |2040       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Shroomish     |4080      |2040       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Slakoth       |4080      |2040       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Nincada       |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Whismur       |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Makuhita      |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Azurill       |2805      |1403       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Nosepass      |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Skitty        |4080      |2040       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Sableye       |6630      |3315       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Mawile        |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Aron          |9180      |4590       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Meditite      |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Electirke     |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Plusle        |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Minun         |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Volbeat       |4080      |2040       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Ilumise       |4080      |2040       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Roselia       |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Gulpin        |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Carvanha      |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Wailmer       |10455     |5228       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Numel         |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Torkoal       |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Spoink        |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Spinda        |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Trapinch      |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Cacnea        |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Swablu        |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Zangoose      |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Seviper       |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Lunatone      |6630      |3315       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Solrock       |6630      |3315       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Barboach      |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Corphish      |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Baltoy        |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Lileep        |7905      |3923       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Anorith       |7905      |3923       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Feebass       |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Castform      |6630      |3315       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Kecleon       |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Shuppet       |6630      |3315       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Duskull       |6630      |3315       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Tropius       |6630      |3315       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Chimecho      |6630      |3315       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Absol         |6630      |3315       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Wynaut        |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Snorunt       |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Spheal        |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Clampearl     |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Relicanth     |10455     |5228       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Luvdisc       |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Bagon         |10455     |5228       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Beldum        |10455     |5228       |
\=====================================/


Generation IV Pokemon:
/=====================================\
|Pokemon Name  |Steps     |W/Ability  |
|==============|==========|===========|
|Turtwig       |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Chimchar      |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Piplup        |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Starly        |4080      |2030       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Bidoof        |4080      |2030       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Kricketot     |4080      |2030       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Shinx         |4080      |2030       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Budew         |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Cranidos      |7905      |3953       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Shieldon      |7905      |3953       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Burmy         |4080      |2040       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Combee        |4080      |2040       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Pachirisu     |2805      |1403       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Buizel        |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Cherubi       |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Shellos       |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Drifloon      |7905      |3953       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Buneary       |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Glameow       |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Chingling     |6630      |3315       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Stunky        |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Bronzor       |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Bonsly        |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Mine Jr.      |6630      |3315       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Happiny       |10455     |5228       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Chatot        |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Spiritomb     |7905      |3953       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Gible         |10455     |5228       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Munchlax      |10455     |5228       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Riolu         |6630      |3315       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Hippopotas    |7905      |3953       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Skorupi       |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Croagunk      |2805      |1403       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Carnivine     |6630      |3315       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Finneon       |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Mantyke       |6630      |3315       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Snover        |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Rotom         |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Phione        |10455     |5228       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Manaphy       |2805      |1403       |
\=====================================/


And, just for completion sake, here is the legendary and other Pokemon that
normally cannot breed :

Legendary Pokemon:
/=====================================\
|Pokemon Name  |Steps     |W/Ability  |
|==============|==========|===========|
|Ditto         |5355      |2678       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Articuno      |20655     |10328      |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Zapdos        |20655     |10328      |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Moltres       |20655     |10328      |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Mewtwo        |30855     |15428      |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Mew           |30855     |15428      |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Unown         |10455     |5228       |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Raikou        |20655     |10328      |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Entei         |20655     |10328      |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Suicune       |20655     |10328      |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Lugia         |30855     |15428      |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Ho-Oh         |30855     |15428      |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Celebi        |30855     |15428      |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Regirock      |20655     |10328      |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Regice        |20655     |10328      |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Registeel     |20655     |10328      |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Latias        |30855     |15428      |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Latios        |30855     |15428      |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Kyogre        |30855     |15428      |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Groundon      |30855     |15428      |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Rayquaza      |30855     |15428      |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Jirachi       |30855     |15428      |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Deoxys        |30855     |15428      |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Uxie          |20655     |10328      |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Mesprit       |20655     |10328      |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Azelf         |20655     |10328      |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Dialga        |30855     |15428      |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Palkia        |30855     |15428      |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Heatran       |30855     |15428      |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Regigas       |30855     |15428      |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Giratina      |30855     |15428      |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Cresselia     |30855     |15428      |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Darkrai       |30855     |15428      |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Shaymin       |30855     |15428      |
|--------------|----------|-----------|
|Arceus        |30855     |15428      |
\=====================================/


+----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
|                              !!! NOTE !!!                                  |
+----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
|         The two abilities that allow Pokemon to hatch a egg faster         |
|         is Magma Armor and Flame Body. The Pokemon Slugma, Magcargo,       |
|         and Camerupt can have Magma Armor, while Flame body can be         |
|         gotten on Magmar, Magby, Magmortar, Slugma, and Magcargo. You      |
|         only need them in your party to decrease the amount of steps       |
|         needed to hatch eggs. Having multiple Pokemon will not decrease    |
|         it further then half.                                              |
+----------------------------------------------------------------------------+


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    /M00A|
   /_____| ____________________________________________________________________
  /                                                                           /
 /                            M O V E   L I S T                              /
/___________________________________________________________________________/


                     +________________________+
                     ||         MOVE         ||             +--------+
                     ||   TABLE OF CONTENT   ||             || M001 ||
//_____________________________________________________________________\\
||         Name                   ||           Section #               ||
\\_____________________________________________________________________//
 |    -Moves that start with A    ||             M002                 ||
 |    -Moves that start with B    ||             M003                 ||
 |    -Moves that start with C    ||             M004                 ||
 |    -Moves that start with D    ||             M005                 ||
 |    -Moves that start with E    ||             M006                 ||
 |    -Moves that start with F    ||             M007                 ||
 |    -Moves that start with G    ||             M008                 ||
 |    -Moves that start with H    ||             M009                 ||
 |    -Moves that start with I    ||             M010                 ||
 |    -Moves that start with J    ||             M011                 ||
 |    -Moves that start with K    ||             M012                 ||
 |    -Moves that start with L    ||             M013                 ||
 |    -Moves that start with M    ||             M014                 ||
 |    -Moves that start with N    ||             M015                 ||
 |    -Moves that start with O    ||             M016                 ||
 |    -Moves that start with P    ||             M017                 ||
 |    -Moves that start with Q    ||             M018                 ||
 |    -Moves that start with R    ||             M019                 ||
 |    -Moves that start with S    ||             M020                 ||
 |    -Moves that start with T    ||             M021                 ||
 |    -Moves that start with U    ||             M022                 ||
 |    -Moves that start with V    ||             M023                 ||
 |    -Moves that start with W    ||             M024                 ||
 |    -Moves that start with X    ||             M025                 ||
 |    -Moves that start with Y    ||             M026                 ||
 |    -Moves that start with Z    ||             M027                 ||
 \____________________________________________________________________//

  ____
//M002|_____________________________________________________________________\\
||                        Move List: Letter A                               ||
\\__________________________________________________________________________//


Absorb

Type: Grass
Damage: 20
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 25
Category: Special
Info: User recovers half damage dealt.

Contest Type: Smart
Points Worth: 1
Contest: +3 if two Pokemon before it raises the judges voltage in a
         consecutive manner
______________________________________________________________________________
Acid

Type: Poison
Damage: 40
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 40
Category: Special
Info: Have a additional 10% chance of lowing the opponents Defense and
      Special Defense

Contest Type: Smart
Points Worth: 3
Contest: None
______________________________________________________________________________
Acid Armor

Type: Poison
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 40
Category: Other
Info: Raises the Defense stat up two levels

Contest Type: Tough
Points Worth: None
Contest: Any points you get next time are increased by 2x
______________________________________________________________________________
Acupressure

Type: Normal
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 30
Category: Other
Info: Raises a random stat up two levels

Contest Type: Tough
Points Worth: None
Contest: Any points you get next time are increased by 2x
______________________________________________________________________________
Aerial Ace

Type: Flying
Damage: 60
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 20
Category: Physical
Info: Never misses, no matter what the opponents stats are

Contest Type: Cool
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If you are the first to appeal, you get a extra +2 points
______________________________________________________________________________
Aeroblast

Type: Flying
Damage: 100
Accuracy: 95%
PP: 5
Category: Special
Info: Has a higher critical hit ratio then other attacks

Contest Type: Cool
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If the previous Pokemon got the maximum voltage bonus from the
         judge, then you will get a extra +3 points
______________________________________________________________________________
Agility

Type: Psychic
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 30
Category: Other
Info: Raises the Speed stat two levels

Contest Type: Cool
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If you use this attack, you will appeal first on your next turn
______________________________________________________________________________
Air Cutter

Type: Flying
Damage: 55
Accuracy: 95%
PP: 25
Category: Special
Info: Has a higher critical hit ratio then other attacks

Contest Type: Cool
Points Worth: 3
Contest: None
______________________________________________________________________________
Air Slash

Type: Flying
Damage: 75
Accuracy: 95%
PP: 20
Category: Special
Info: 30% chance that the Opponent will flinch

Contest Type: Cool
Points Worth: 2
Contest: You get a extra +2 points if you are the first one to appeal
______________________________________________________________________________
Amnesia

Type: Psychic
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 20
Category: Other
Info: Raises Special Defense up two levels

Contest Type: Cute
Points Worth: None
Contest: Any points you get next turn are worth 2x
______________________________________________________________________________
Ancientpower

Type: Rock
Damage: 60
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 5
Category: Special
Info: Has a 10% chance of raising all stats one level

Contest Type: Tough
Points Worth: 2
Contest: You get a extra +2 points if you are the last to appeal
______________________________________________________________________________
Aqua Jet

Type: Water
Damage: 40
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 20
Category: Psychical
Info: When you use this move, it will always go first

Contest Type: Beauty
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When you use this move, you will appeal first next turn
______________________________________________________________________________
Aqua Ring

Type: Water
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 20
Category: Other
Info: Always restores a little amount of HP to the user each turn

Contest Type: Beauty
Points Worth: Varies
Contest: Your gained points are equal to the amount of voltage the judge
         you appeal to currently has.
______________________________________________________________________________
Aqua Tail

Type: Water
Damage: 90
Accuracy: 90%
PP: 10
Category: Psychical
Info: None

Contest Type: Cute
Points Worth: 3
Contest: None
______________________________________________________________________________
Arm Thrust

Type: Fighting
Damage: 15 per hit
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 20
Category: Psychical
Info: Strikes 2-5 turns

Contest Type: Tough
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If used twice in a row, you will not be penalized
______________________________________________________________________________
Aromatherapy

Type: Grass
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 5
Category: Other
Info: Heals all status problems

Contest Type: Smart
Points Worth: -
Contest: Your gained points are equal to the amount of voltage the judge
         you appeal to currently has.
______________________________________________________________________________
Assist

Type: Normal
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 20
Category: Other
Info: When in a double battle, it randomly uses another member's move

Contest Type: Cute
Points Worth: 2
Contest: Randomizes the appealing order for all Pokemon
______________________________________________________________________________
Assurance

Type: Dark
Damage: 50
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 10
Category: Psychical
Info: If the opponent received damage that turn (Such as from a double
      battle attack), then the base power is doubled

Contest Type: Beauty
Points Worth: 2
Contest: You get double the points if you appeal last
______________________________________________________________________________
Astonish

Type: Ghost
Damage: 30
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 15
Category: Psychical
Info: Has a 30% chance of causing the foe to flinch

Contest Type: Cool
Points Worth: 3
Contest: None
______________________________________________________________________________
Attack Order

Type: Bug
Damage: 90
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 15
Category: Psychical
Info: Has a higher critical hit ratio then other attacks

Contest Type: Smart
Points Worth: 2
Contest: Will increase the judge's voltage by 2 instead of 1
______________________________________________________________________________
Attract

Type: Normal
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 15
Category: Other
Info: If the opponent is the opposite gender of the Pokemon using attract,
      it will gain the Attract status effect. Does not work on genderless
      Pokemon

Contest Type: Cute
Points Worth: 2
Contest: Voltage cannot be lowered after the turn you use this attack
______________________________________________________________________________
Aura Sphere

Type: Fighting
Damage: 90
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 20
Category: Special
Info: Does not miss, no matter what the opponent's stats are

Contest Type: Beauty
Points Worth: 2
Contest: You get a extra +2 points if you are the first to appeal
______________________________________________________________________________
Aurora Beam

Type: Ice
Damage: 65
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 20
Category: Special
Info: Has a 10% chance of lowering the opponent's attack one level

Contest Type: Beauty
Points Worth: 2
Contest: You get a extra +2 points if you are the first to appeal
______________________________________________________________________________
Avalanche

Type: Ice
Damage: 60
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 10
Category: Psychical
Info: If you are hit before you attack, then the base attack power is
      doubled

Contest Type: Cool
Points Worth: 2
Contest: You get a extra +2 points if you are the last to appeal
______________________________________________________________________________


  ____
//M003|_____________________________________________________________________\\
||                        Move List: Letter B                               ||
\\__________________________________________________________________________//

Barrage

Type: Normal
Damage: 15
Accuracy: 85%
PP: 20
Category: Psychical
Info: This attack is used 2-5 times during your turn

Contest Type: Tough
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If you use this attack, you can use it again next turn without
         a penalty
______________________________________________________________________________
Barrier

Type: Psychic
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 30
Category: Other
Info: When used, the caster's Defense is raised two levels

Contest Type: Cool
Points Worth: 2
Contest: After you use this attack, the Pokemon that goes after you
         cannot raise the Judge's voltage
______________________________________________________________________________
Baton Pass

Type: Normal
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 40
Category: Other
Info: When this move is used, the user is switched out for another
      Pokemon on the user's team, but keeps any status changes
      (Such as Double Team) when the new Pokemon is switched in.

Contest Type: Cute
Points Worth: None
Contest: You start with +4 points, but -1 for every voltage the
         judge has.
______________________________________________________________________________
Beat Up

Type: Dark
Damage: 10
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 10
Category: Psychical
Info: For every Pokemon the caster's trainer has, it does additional
      damage

Contest Type: Smart
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If you use this attack, you can use it again next turn without
         a penalty
______________________________________________________________________________
Belly Drum

Type: Normal
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 10
Category: Other
Info: When used, the caster's HP drops to half but maximizes its attack
      to the highest level possible

Contest Type: Cute
Points Worth: None
Contest: On your next appeal, any moves you use will have double points
______________________________________________________________________________
Bide

Type: Normal
Damage: Changes
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 10
Category: Psychical
Info: For two turns, the user cannot attack and absorbs damage. Any
      damage it does receive is paid back in double (Say you got hit
      for 40 HP total. You will strike your opponent for 80 HP)

Contest Type: Tough
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If used last, then points will be worth 2x
______________________________________________________________________________
Bind

Type: Normal
Damage: 15
Accuracy: 75%
PP: 20
Category: Psychical
Info: Traps the opponent for 2-5 turns, and does damage at the end
      of each turn.

Contest Type: Tough
Points Worth: None
Contest: If you are the first to appeal, you will get a addition +1 point
______________________________________________________________________________
Bite

Type: Dark
Damage: 60
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 25
Category: Psychical
Info: Has a 30% chance of causing the opponent to flinch

Contest Type: Tough
Points Worth: 3
Contest: None
______________________________________________________________________________
Blast Burn

Type: Fire
Damage: 150
Accuracy: 90%
PP: 5
Category: Special
Info: Like Hyper Beam, the user must rest the next turn

Contest Type: Beauty
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If the previous Pokemon got maximum voltage with the judge,
         then you will get a additional +3 points
______________________________________________________________________________
Blaze Kick

Type: Fire
Damage: 85
Accuracy: 90%
PP: 10
Category: Psychical
Info: Has a high critical hit ratio, has a 10% chance of causing burn

Contest Type: Beauty
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If you are the first to appeal, then +2 points
______________________________________________________________________________
Blizzard

Type: Ice
Damage: 129
Accuracy: 70%
PP: 5
Category: Special
Info: Has a 10% chance of freezing the enemy

Contest Type: Beauty
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If you are the first to appeal, then +2 points
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Block

Type: Normal
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 5
Category: Other
Info: The user cannot switch out, wild Pokemon cannot escape

Contest Type: Cute
Points Worth: 2
Contest: The Pokemon after this one using this move cannot raise
         voltage
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Body Slam

Type: Normal
Damage: 85
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 15
Category: Psychical
Info: Has a 30% chance of causing Paralysis

Contest Type: Tough
Points Worth: 3
Contest: None
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Bone Club

Type: Ground
Damage: 65
Accuracy: 85%
PP: 20
Category: Psychical
Info: Has a 10% chance of causing the opponent to flinch

Contest Type: Tough
Points Worth: 3
Contest: None
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Bone Rush

Type: Ground
Damage: 25
Accuracy: 80%
PP: 10
Category: Physical
Info: The user strikes 2-5 times during his or her turn

Contest Type: Tough
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If used again on the next turn, you will not get a penalty
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Bonemerang

Type: Ground
Damage: 50
Accuracy: 90%
PP: 10
Category: Physical
Info: Attacks two times

Contest Type: Tough
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If used again on the next turn, you will not get a penalty
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Bounce

Type: Flying
Damage: 85
Accuracy: 85
PP: 5
Category: Physical
Info: Similar to fly, user goes up one turn and damages the next. During
      that time, they cannot take damage. Has a 30% chance of Paralyze

Contest Type: Cute
Points Worth: 1
Contest: If another Pokemon appealed to the judge you appealed to, then
         you will get a extra +3 points
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Brave Bird

Type: Flying
Damage: 120
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 15
Category: Physical
Info: After using this attack, the user will take recoil damage equal
      to a percentage of the damage dealt to the opponent

Contest Type: Cute
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If you are the last to appeal, then you will get +2 points
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Brick Break

Type: Fighting
Damage: 75
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 15
Category: Physical
Info: If the opponent is using protective moves such as Barrier or
      Light Screen, then those will be broken when this attack is
      used

Contest Type: Cool
Points Worth: 3
Contest: None
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Brine

Type: Water
Damage: 65
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 10
Category: Special
Info: If the opponents HP is down below half its maximum, then this attacks
      power will double

Contest Type: Smart
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, the Judge's voltage increases by 2 instead of 1
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Bubble

Type: Water
Damage: 20
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 30
Category: Special
Info: Has a 10% chance of lowering the opponents speed one level

Contest Type: Cute
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, you will automatically appeal last next turn
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Bubblebeam

Type: Water
Damage: 65
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 20
Category: Special
Info: Has a 10% chance of lowering the opponents speed one level

Contest Type: Beauty
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, you will automatically appeal last next turn
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Bug Bite

Type: Bug
Damage: 60
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 20
Category: Physical
Info: When used, if the opponent is holding a berry, the caster of this
      attack will receive whatever effect the berry grants.

Contest Type: Tough
Points Worth: None
Contest: If the previous Pokemon got maximum voltage, then you will get
         the same bonus points
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Bug Buzz

Type: Bug
Damage: 90
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 10
Category: Special
Info: Has a 10% chance of lowering the opponents Special Defense one
      level

Contest Type: Beauty
Points Worth: None
Contest: When used, the Judge's voltage increases by 2 instead of 1
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Bulk Up

Type: Fighting
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 20
Category: Other
Info: When used, the caster's Attack and Defense is increased by two
      levels

Contest Type: Beauty
Points Worth: None
Contest: When used, any points gained on the next appeal is 2x
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Bullet Punch

Type: Steel
Damage: 40
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 30
Category: Physical
Info: Similar to Quick Attack, the caster will always use this attack
      first before the other Pokemon

Contest Type: Smart
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, you will appeal first on your next turn
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Bullet Seed

Type: Grass
Damage: 10
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 30
Category: Physical
Info: When used, the user attacks 2-5 times

Contest Type: Cool
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If used on your next turn, you will not receive a penalty for
         using this move
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Calm Mind

Type: Psychic
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 20
Category: Other
Info: When used, the caster's Special Attack and Special Defense is
      raised one level

Contest Type: Smart
Points Worth: None
Contest: When used, any points you get on your next appeal are worth
         2x
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Camouflage

Type: Normal
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 20
Category: Other
Info: Depending on where the user is located, the user's type changes

Contest Type: Smart
Points Worth: 2
Contest: The Pokemon after yours cannot raise voltage on his or her
         turn
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Captivate

Type: Normal
Damage: None
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 20
Category: Other
Info: When used on a Pokemon of the opposite Gender, its Special Attack
      is lowered two levels. Does not work on genderless Pokemon

Contest Type: Beauty
Points Worth: 2
Contest: The Pokemon after yours cannot raise voltage on his or her
         turn
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Charge

Type: Electric
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 20
Category: Other
Info: If used before using a Electric attack, the electric attack's power
      is increased

Contest Type: Smart
Points Worth: None
Contest: When used, any points you get on your next appeal are worth 2x
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Charge Beam

Type: Electric
Damage: 50
Accuracy: 90%
PP: 10
Category: Special
Info: Has a 70% chance of raising the caster's Special Attack up one
      level

Contest Type: Beauty
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If you are the first to appeal, then you will get a extra +2
         points
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Charm

Type: Normal
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 20
Category: Other
Info: When used, the opponent's Attack is lowered two stages

Contest Type: Cute
Points Worth: 2
Contest: The Pokemon after yours cannot raise voltage on his or her
         turn
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Chatter

Type: Flying
Damage: 60
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 20
Category: Special
Info: When used, it confuses your foe. Can also be changed in game
      to include your voice using the DS's mic

Contest Type: Smart
Points Worth: 1
Contest: If you have scored the lowest number of points in your current
         appeal, then you get a extra +3 points
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Clamp

Type: Water
Damage: 35
Accuracy: 75%
PP: 10
Category: Physical
Info: When used, it traps the opponents and damages them at the end of
      each turn for 2-5 turns

Contest Type: Tough
Points Worth: 3
Contest: None
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Close Combat

Type: Fighting
Damage: 120
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 5
Category: Physical
Info: When used, the caster's Attack and Defense is lowered one level

Contest Type: Smart
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If used when the previous Pokemon got maximum voltage from the
         judge, then you will get a extra +3 points
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Comet Punch

Type: Normal
Damage: 18
Accuracy: 85%
PP: 15
Category: Physical
Info: When used, the user attacks the other Pokemon 2-5 times

Contest Type: Tough
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If used, then this move can be used on your next turn without
         penalty
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Confuse Ray

Type: Ghost
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 10
Category: Other
Info: When used, it causes the foe to become confused

Contest Type: Smart
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, the voltage of the judge is reduced by -1
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Confusion

Type: Physic
Damage: 50
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 25
Category: Special
Info: Has a 10% chance of confusing the opponent

Contest Type: Smart
Points Worth: 3
Contest: None
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Constrict

Type: Normal
Damage: 10
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 35
Category: Physical
Info: Has a 10% chance of lowering speed

Contest Type: Tough
Points Worth: None
Contest: If you are the first to appeal, then you get a extra +1 point
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Conversion

Type: Normal
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 30
Category: Other
Info: When used, the caster's type is changed to a random type of one of
      its moves

Contest Type: Beauty
Points Worth: 1
Contest: If you have scored the lowest number of points in your current
         appeal, then you get a extra +3 points
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Conversion 2

Type: Normal
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 30
Category: Other
Info: When used, the caster becomes resistant to whatever the last type
      of attack the opponent uses

Contest Type: Beauty
Points Worth: 1
Contest: If you have scored the lowest number of points in your current
         appeal, then you get a extra +3 points
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Copycat

Type: Normal
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 20
Category: Other
Info: When used, it copies whatever move the opponent used last

Contest Type: Cool
Points Worth: None
Contest: If used when the previous Pokemon got maximum voltage from the
         judge, then you will get the same voltage bonus
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Cosmic Power

Type: Physic
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 20
Category: Other
Info: When used, the caster's Defense and Special defense is raised one
      level

Contest Type: Cool
Points Worth: None
Contest: When used, any points you gain on your next appeal are worth 2x
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Cotton Spore

Type: Grass
Damage: -
Accuracy: 85%
PP: 40
Category: Other
Info: When used, the opponent's Speed drops two levels

Contest Type: Beauty
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, you will appeal first next turn
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Counter

Type: Fighting
Damage: Changes
Accuracy: 100
PP: 20
Category: Physical
Info: When hit by a Physical type attack, then the damage dealt to your
      opponent will be double of what you received. Usually goes last
      when you use this move

Contest Type: Tough
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If last to appeal, then you get 2x the normal points
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Covet

Type: Normal
Damage: 40
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 40
Category: Physical
Info: When used, there is a chance of stealing the opponents items.
      Permanent in wild Pokemon battles, temporary in trainer
      battles.

Contest Type: Cute
Points Worth: None
Contest: If used when the previous Pokemon got maximum voltage from the
         judge, then you will get the same voltage bonus
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Crabhammer

Type: Water
Damage: 90
Accuracy: 85%
PP: 10
Category: Physical
Info: Has a higher critical hit ratio then other attacks

Contest Type: Tough
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If last to appeal, then you get a extra +2 points
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Cross Chop

Type: Fighting
Damage: 100
Accuracy: 80%
PP: 5
Category: Physical
Info: Has a higher critical hit ratio then other attacks

Contest Type: Cool
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If last to appeal, then you get a extra +2 points
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Cross Poison

Type: Poison
Damage: 70
Accuracy: 100
PP: 20
Category: Physical
Info: Has a higher critical hit ratio then other attacks, has a 10% chance
      of poisoning the opponent

Contest Type: Cool
Points Worth: 3
Contest: None
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Crunch

Type: Dark
Damage: 80
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 15
Category: Physical
Info: Has a 20% chance of lowering the opponents Defense one level

Contest Type: Tough
Points Worth: 2
Contest: if last to appeal, you get a extra +2 points
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Crush Claw

Type: Normal
Damage: 75
Accuracy: 95%
PP: 10
Category: Physical
Info: Has a 50% chance of lowering the opponents Defense one level

Contest Type: Cool
Points Worth: 3
Contest: None
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Crush Grip

Type: Normal
Damage: Varies
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 5
Category: Physical
Info: Does damage depending on the opponent's remaining HP

Contest Type: Tough
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If you are the last to appeal, any points you get will be worth
         2x
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Curse

Type: ???
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 10
Category: Other
Info:
For Ghosts: When used, the caster's HP is cut by half and the opponent
            gains a status effect that damages them each turn. Cannot be
            used if HP is low.

Anyone else: The caster's Attack and Defense is increased one level, while
             their Speed is lowered one level

Contest Type: Tough
Points Worth: None
Contest: If you are the first to appeal, then you get a extra +1 point
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Cut

Type: Normal
Damage: 50
Accuracy: 95%
PP: 30
Category: Physical
Info: None

Contest Type: Cool
Points Worth: 3
Contest: None
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Dark Pulse

Type: Dark
Damage: 80
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 15
Category: Special
Info: Has a 10% chance of causing the opponent to flinch

Contest Type: Cool
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If you are the first to appeal, then you get a extra +2 points.
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Dark Void

Type: Dark
Damage: -
Accuracy: 80%
PP: 10
Category: Other
Info: Makes the opponent and his partner in double battles fall asleep.

Contest Type: Smart
Points Worth: 2
Contest: The Pokemon after you cannot lower the judge's voltage.
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Defense Curl

Type: Normal
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 40
Category: Other
Info: Raises defense one level. If used before Rollout, its base damage
      will be higher

Contest Type: Cute
Points Worth: 2
Contest: The Pokemon after you cannot raise the judge's voltage.
______________________________________________________________________________
Defend Order

Type: Bug
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 10
Category: Other
Info: Raises both Defense and Special Defense one stage

Contest Type: Smart
Points Worth: None
Contest: Any Points on the next appeal are worth 2X
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Defog

Type: Flying
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 15
Category: Other
Info: Lowers the opponent's evasiveness one level. Can be used on the
      field to remove fog once you get the 4th badge.

Contest Type: Beauty
Points Worth: 2
Contest: The Pokemon after you cannot raise the judge's voltage.
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Destiny Bond

Type: Ghost
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 5
Category: Other
Info: When cast the previous turn, if the user of the attack faints,
      then the opponent's Pokemon will also faint as well.

Contest Type: Smart
Points Worth: None
Contest: +15 points if all the Pokemon in the appeal appealed to the
         same judge
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Detect

Type: Fighting
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 5
Category: Other
Info: When this attack is used, user always goes first. First time it
      is used, the opponent's attack always misses. However, its
      accuracy falls when used repeatedly.

Contest Type: Cool
Points Worth: None
Contest: The points you start out with is +4. For every voltage point
         the judge has, -1.
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Dig

Type: Ground
Damage: 80
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 10
Category: Physical
Info: On the user's first turn, the user dig's underground. During that
      time, it is resistant against all attacks besides a few ground
      type attacks. On the second turn, the user attacks the opponent.

Contest Type: Smart
Points Worth: 1
Contest: If you appealed to the same judge as the other Pokemon, then
         +3 points
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Disable

Type: Normal
Damage: -
Accuracy: 80%
PP: 20
Category: Other
Info: For up to 5 turns, the attack the opponent just used cannot be
      used by them.

Contest Type: Smart
Points Worth: 2
Contest: The Pokemon after this one cannot lower the judge's voltage
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Discharge

Type: Electric
Damage: 80
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 15
Category: Special
Info: Has a 30% chance of causing Paralysis.

Contest Type: Cool
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If you are the first to appeal, then +2 points
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Dive

Type: Water
Damage: 80
Accuracy: 100
PP: 10
Category: Physical
Info: On the users first turn, they dive underwater and cannot be
      attacked. On the user's second turn they attack the opponent.

Contest Type: Beauty
Points Worth: 1
Contest: If you appealed to the same judge as the other Pokemon did, then
         you get a extra +3.
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Dizzy Punch

Type: Normal
Damage: 70
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 10
Category: Physical
Info: Has a 20% chance of Confusion

Contest Type: Cool
Points Worth: None
Contest: The points you start out with is +4. For every voltage point
         the judge has, -1.
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Doom Desire

Type: Steel
Damage: 120
Accuracy: 85%
PP: 5
Category: Special
Info: When used, the attack itself will come 2 turns later

Contest Type: Cool
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If you are the first to appeal, then +2
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Double Hit

Type: Normal
Damage: 35
Accuracy: 90%
PP: 10
Category: Physical
Info: When used, the attack is always used twice

Contest Type: Smart
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, it can be used on the next appeal without Penalty
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Double Kick

Type: Fighting
Damage: 30
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 30
Category: Physical
Info: When used, the attack is always used twice

Contest Type: Cool
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, it can be used on the next appeal without penalty
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Double Team

Type: Normal
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 15
Category: Other
Info: When used, the caster's evasiveness raises one stage. Can only be
      used several times.

Contest Type: Cool
Points Worth: 2
Contest: During your next appeal, you will appeal first.
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Double-edge

Type: Normal
Damage: 120
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 15
Category: Physical
Info: When used, the caster receives 1/16th of the damage dealt to the
      opponent

Contest Type: Tough
Points Worth: None
Contest: +15 points if all the Pokemon in the appeal appealed to the
         same judge
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Doubleslap

Type: Normal
Damage: 15
Accuracy: 85%
PP: 10
Category: Physical
Info: When use, the attack is used for 2-5 turns in a row.

Contest Type: Tough
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, it can be used on the next appeal without penalty
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Draco Meteor

Type: Dragon
Damage: 140
Accuracy: 90%
PP: 5
Category: Special
Info: When used, it lowers the casters Special Attack two levels

Contest Type: Smart
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If the previous Pokemon got maximum voltage from the judge, then
         you get a extra +3 points.
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Dragon Claw

Type: Dragon
Damage: 80
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 15
Category: Physical
Info: None

Contest Type: Cool
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If first to appeal, then you get +2 points
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Dragon Pulse

Type: Dragon
Damage: 90
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 10
Category: Special
Info: None

Contest Type: Smart
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, it increases the judge's voltage by 2 instead of 1
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Dragon Rage

Type: Dragon
Damage: Set Amount
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 10
Category: Dragon
Info: Will always inflict 40 damage, no matter the type of the opponent

Contest Type: Cool
Points Worth: 3
Contest: None
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Dragon Rush

Type: Dragon
Damage: 100
Accuracy: 75%
PP: 10
Category: Physical
Info: Has a 20% chance of causing the opponent to flinch

Contest Type: Cool
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If you are the last to appeal, then +2 points
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Dragonbreath

Type: Dragon
Damage: 60
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 20
Category: Special
Info: Has a 30% chance of Paralysis

Contest Type: Cool
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If first to appeal, then +2 points
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Drain Punch

Type: Fighting
Damage: 60
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 5
Category: Physical
Info: When used, the caster gets 1/2 of the damage inflicted on the
      opponent back as HP

Contest Type: Beauty
Points Worth: 3
Contest: None
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Dream Eater

Type: Physic
Damage: 100
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 15
Category: Special
Info: The opponent must be asleep to use. When used, the caster gets
      1/2 of the damage inflicted on the opponent back as HP

Contest Type: Smart
Points Worth: 1
Contest: If two Pokemon raises the Judge's voltage in a row, then you
         get a extra +3
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Drill Peck

Type: Flying
Damage: 80
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 20
Category: Physical
Info: None

Contest Type: Cool
Points Worth: 3
Contest: None
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Dynamicpunch

Type: Fighting
Damage: 100
Accuracy: 50%
PP: 5
Category: Physical
Info: Always inflicts confusion when it hits

Contest Type: Cool
Points Worth: 3
Contest: If last to appeal, then +2
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Earth Power

Type: Ground
Damage: 90
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 10
Category: Special
Info: Has a 10% chance of lowering the opponent's special defense one
      stage

Contest Type: Smart
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If last to appeal, then +2
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Earthquake

Type: Ground
Damage: 100
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 10
Category: Physical
Info: When used, it can hit Pokemon that have used Dig, and can hit
      your opponents and your partner in a double battle.

Contest Type: Tough
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If last to appeal, then +2 points
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Egg Bomb

Type: Normal
Damage: 100
Accuracy: 75%
PP: 10
Category: Physical
Info: None

Contest Type: Tough
Points Worth: 3
Contest: None
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Embargo

Type: Dark
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 15
Category: Other
Info: When used, the opponent cannot used any hold items it has equipped

Contest Type:  Cute
Points Worth: 2
Contest: The Pokemon after you cannot raise the judge's voltage after
         using this move.
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Ember

Type: Fire
Damage: 40
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 25
Category: Special
Info: Has a 10% chance of causing Burn status

Contest Type: Beauty
Points Worth: 3
Contest: None
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Encore

Type: Normal
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 5
Category: Other
Info: When used, the opponent must use his last turn over and over for
      up to 2-6 turns.

Contest Type: Cute
Points Worth: 1
Contest: If two other Pokemon have rose the judge's voltage in a row,
         then you get +3
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Endeavor

Type: 100
Damage: Varies
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 5
Category: Physical
Info: When your own HP is lower then the opponents, then the damage
      is higher

Contest Type: Tough
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If last to appeal, then any points are worth 2X
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Endure

Type: Normal
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 10
Category: Other
Info: When first used, any attack used will leave it at 1HP. When used
      other times, the accuracy will drop

Contest Type: Tough
Points Worth: 2
Contest: The Pokemon after you cannot raise the judge's voltage after
         using this move.
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Energy Ball

Type: Grass
Damage: 80
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 10
Category: Special
Info: Has a 10% chance of lowering the opponent's Special Defense one
      level

Contest Type: Beauty
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If first to appeal, then +2
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Eruption

Type: Fire
Damage: 150
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 5
Category: Special
Info: When the users HP is high, then the damage itself is much more
      higher

Contest Type: Beauty
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If last to appeal, then +2
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Explosion

Type: Normal
Damage: 250
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 5
Category: Physical
Info: When used, the caster faints

Contest Type: Beauty
Points Worth: None
Contest: +15 points if all the Pokemon have appealed to the same judge.
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Extrasensory

Type: Physic
Damage: 80
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 30
Category: Special
Info: Has a 10% chance of causing the opponent to flinch

Contest Type: Cool
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If first to appeal, then +2 points
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Extremespeed

Type: Normal
Damage: 80
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 5
Category: Physical
Info: When used, the caster will always go first

Contest Type: Cool
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, caster appeals first next turn.
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Facade

Type: Normal
Damage: 70
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 20
Category: Physical
Info: When the caster is poisoned, paralyzed, or burned, the attack
      damage is worth 2x

Contest Type: Cute
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If you are the last to appeal, then your points will be worth
         2x
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Faint Attack

Type: Dark
Damage: 60
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 20
Category: Physical
Info: Regardless of the opponents attacks, the attack will not miss

Contest Type: Smart
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If last to appeal, then you get a extra +2
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Fake Out

Type: Normal
Damage: 40
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 10
Category: Physical
Info: When used on the first turn, then the opponent will always
      flinch

Contest Type: Cute
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If first to appeal, then you get a extra +2
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Fake Tears

Type: Dark
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 20
Category: Other
Info: When used, it lowers the opponent's Special Defense two levels

Contest Type: Smart
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, the Pokemon after this one cannot lower the judge's
         voltage
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False Swipe

Type: Normal
Damage: 40
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 40
Category: Physical
Info: When used, it will leave a Pokemon will at least 1HP. Best used
      on wild Pokemon

Contest Type: Cool
Points Worth: None
Contest: When used, the points you gain are equal to 4, but -1 every
         voltage point the judge has.
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Featherdance

Type: Flying
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 15
Category: Other
Info: When used, it lowers the opponent's attack power two levels

Contest Type: Beauty
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, the Pokemon after this one cannot lower the judge's
         voltage
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Feint

Type: Normal
Damage: 50
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 10
Category: Physical
Info: It cannot be used unless the opponent is being protected by
      Protect or Detect

Contest Type: Beauty
Points Worth: None
Contest: When used, the points you gain are equal to 4, but -1 every
         voltage point the judge has.
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Fire Blast

Type: Fire
Damage: 120
Accuracy: 85%
PP: 5
Category: Special
Info: When used, it has a 10% chance of inflicting burn status

Contest Type: Beauty
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If first to appeal, then you get a extra +2
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Fire Fang

Type: Fire
Damage: 65
Accuracy: 95%
PP: 15
Category: Physical
Info: Has a 10% chance of burning the opponent. It also has another
      10% chance of flinching the opponent

Contest Type: Beauty
Points Worth: 3
Contest: None
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Fire Punch

Type: Fire
Damage: 75
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 15
Category: Physical
Info: When used, it has a 10% chance of inflecting burn status on the
      opponent

Contest Type: Beauty
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If first to appeal, then you get a extra +2
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Fire Spin

Type: Fire
Damage: 15
Accuracy: 70%
PP: 15
Category: Special
Info: When used, it damage the opponent after every turn for 2 to 5
      turns

Contest Type: Beauty
Points Worth: None
Contest: If first to appeal, then you get a extra +1 points
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Fissure

Type: Ground
Damage: 1-Hit KO
Accuracy: 30%
PP: 5
Category: Physical
Info: When it hits, will cause instant KO

Contest Type: Tough
Points Worth: None
Contest: When all the Pokemon have appealed to the same judge, then you
         get +15 points
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Flail

Type: Normal
Damage: Varies
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 15
Category: Physical
Info: Damage is based on how much HP the caster has: the less HP, the more
      damage it does.

Contest Type: Cute
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If you are the last to appeal, then your points will be worth
         2x
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Flame Wheel

Type: Fire
Damage: 60
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 25
Category: Physical
Info: When used, has a 10% chance of inflicting burn status

Contest Type: Beauty
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, it can be used the next appeal without a penalty
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Flamethrower

Type: Fire
Damage: 95
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 15
Category: Special
Info: When used, has a 10% chance of inflicting burn status

Contest Type: Beauty
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If last to appeal, then you get a extra +2
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Flare Blitz

Type: Fire
Damage: 120
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 15
Category: Physical
Info: When used, it causes the caster to take recoil damage. Has a 10%
      chance of causing burn status

Contest Type: Smart
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If the previous Pokemon got maximum voltage, you get a extra
         +3 points
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Flash

Type: Normal
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 20
Category: Other
Info: When used, the opponent's accuracy is lowered one level

Contest Type: Beauty
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, all judge's voltage is lowered by -1
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Flash Cannon

Type: Steel
Damage: 80
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 10
Category: Special
Info: Has a 10% chance of lowering the opponent's Special Defense down
      one level

Contest Type: Smart
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If first to appeal, then you get a extra +2
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Flatter

Type: Dark
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 15
Category: Other
Info: When used, it confuses the opponent and raises his attack power up
      two levels

Contest Type: Smart
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, the Pokemon after this one cannot lower the judge's
         voltage
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Fling

Type: Dark
Damage: Varies
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 10
Category: Physical
Info: Does different damage depending on what hold item is thrown. When
      used outside link battles, the thrown item is lost.

Contest Type: Tough
Points Worth: 1
Contest: If you have the lowest number of points that turn, then you
         get a extra +3 points
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Fly

Type: Flying
Damage: 90
Accuracy: 95%
PP: 15
Category: Physical
Info: During the first turn, the user cannot be hit if it goes first.
      (However, some attacks and abilities allows it to be hit), while
      it strikes on the second turn. Can be used on the field to get
      to certain places very quickly.

Contest Type: Smart
Points Worth: 1
Contest: If you appealed to the same judge as other Pokemon, then you
         get a extra +3 points
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Focus Blast

Type: Fighting
Damage: 120
Accuracy: 70%
PP: 5
Category: Special
Info: When used, it has a 10% chance of lowering the opponent's Special
      Defense down one level

Contest Type: Cool
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If first to appeal, then you get a extra +2
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Focus Energy

Type: Normal
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 30
Category: Other
Info: When used, it raises the chances of a critical hit

Contest Type: Cool
Points Worth: None
Contest: When used, any points gained on your next appeal are worth
         2x
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Focus Punch

Type: Fighting
Damage: 150
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 20
Category: Physical
Info: Takes two turns to charge. If the caster is hit during the charge
      phase, then it flinches and does not attack with Focus Punch next
      turn.

Contest Type: Tough
Points Worth: 1
Contest: If you appealed to the same judge as other Pokemon, then you
         get a extra +3 points
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Follow Me

Type: Normal
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 20
Category: Other
Info: Mostly used in double battles, it causes the opponent's Pokemon to
      always attack the caster instead of your teammate

Contest Type: Cute
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, the order of appeals is random next turn
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Force Palm

Type: Fighting
Damage: 60
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 10
Category: Physical
Info: Has a 30% chance of causing the Paralysis status

Contest Type: Cool
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If last to appeal, then you get a extra +2
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Foresight

Type: Normal
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 40
Category: Other
Info: When used, any evasiveness increases (Such as Double Team) is reset
      back to normal.

Contest Type: Smart
Points Worth: 1
Contest: If two other Pokemon rose the judge's voltage in a row, then you
         get a extra +3 points
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Frenzy Plant

Type: Grass
Damage: 150
Accuracy: 90%
PP: 5
Category: Special
Info: When used, the caster cannot attack on the next turn.

Contest Type: Cool
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If the previous Pokemon got maximum voltage, you get a extra
         +3 points
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Frustration

Type: Normal
Damage: Varies
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 20
Category: Physical
Info: The attack damage varies depending on the Pokemon's happiness. The
      lower it is, the more damage is dealt.

Contest Type: Cute
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If last to appeal, then you get a extra +2
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Fury Attack

Type: Normal
Damage: 15
Accuracy: 85%
PP: 20
Category: Physical
Info: When used, the caster attacks 2-5 turns in a row.

Contest Type: Cool
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, it can be used the next appeal without a penalty
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Fury Cutter

Type: Bug
Damage: 10
Accuracy: 95%
PP: 20
Category: Physical
Info: When used in a row during every turn, its attack power increases.
      If it misses, then its power is reset back to normal

Contest Type: Cool
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, it can be used the next appeal without a penalty
______________________________________________________________________________
Fury Swipes

Type: Normal
Damage: 18
Accuracy: 80%
PP: 15
Category: Physical
Info: When used, the caster attacks 2-5 turns in a row.

Contest Type: Tough
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, it can be used the next appeal without a penalty
______________________________________________________________________________
Future Sight

Type: Psychic
Damage: 80
Accuracy: 90%
PP: 15
Category: Special
Info: When used, the damage dealt will be done 2 turns later

Contest Type: Smart
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If first to appeal, then you get a extra +2
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Gastro Acid

Type: Poison
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 10
Category: Other
Info: When used, any of the opponent's abilities is instantly canceled
      out.

Contest Type: Beauty
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, the Pokemon after this one cannot raise the judge's
         voltage
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Giga Drain

Type: Grass
Damage: 60
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 10
Category: Special
Info: When used, any damage inflicted on the opponent heals the caster
      for 1/2 of the damage dealt.

Contest Type: Smart
Points Worth: 1
Contest: If two other Pokemon rose the judge's voltage in a row, then you
         get a extra +3 points
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Giga Impact

Type: Normal
Damage: 150
Accuracy: 90%
PP: 5
Category: Physical
Info: When used, the caster cannot attack during the next turn

Contest Type: Beauty
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If the previous Pokemon got maximum voltage, you get a extra
         +3 points
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Glare

Type: Normal
Damage: -
Accuracy: 75%
PP: 30
Category: Other
Info: When used, it inflicts the opponent with Paralysis status

Contest Type: Tough
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, the Pokemon after this one cannot lower the judge's
         voltage
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Grass Knot

Type: Grass
Damage: Varies
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 20
Category: Special
Info: Attack power varies depending on the opponent's weight. The
      heavier it is, the more damage it does.

Contest Type: Smart
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, it increases the judge's voltage by 2 instead of 1
______________________________________________________________________________
Grasswhistle

Type: Grass
Damage: -
Accuracy: 55%
PP: 15
Category: Other
Info: When used, it causes sleep status

Contest Type: Smart
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, the Pokemon after this one cannot lower the judge's
         voltage
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Gravity

Type: Physic
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 5
Category: Other
Info: When used, it disables the move fly and anything that causes
      levitation for 5 turns

Contest Type: Beauty
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, the Pokemon after this one cannot raise the judge's
         voltage
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Growl

Type: Normal
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 40
Category: Other
Info: When used, it lowers the opponent's attack level one level

Contest Type: Cute
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, the Pokemon after this one cannot lower the judge's
         voltage
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Growth

Type: Normal
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 40
Category: Other
Info: When used, it lowers the special attack level one level

Contest Type: Beauty
Points Worth: None
Contest: When used, any points gained on your next appeal are worth
         2x
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Grudge

Type: Ghost
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 5
Category: Other
Info: When used, the last attack that the opponent used instantly runs
      out of PP

Contest Type: Tough
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, all judge's voltage is lowered by -1
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Guard Swap

Type: Physic
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 10
Category: Other
Info: When used, the Defense and Special Defense is switched with the
      Pokemon targeted

Contest Type: Cute
Points Worth: None
Contest: When used, the points you gain are equal to 4, but -1 every
         voltage point the judge has.
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Guillotine

Type: Normal
Damage: One Hit KO
Accuracy: 30
PP: 5
Category: Physical
Info: When hits, it causes the opponent to instantly be knocked out

Contest Type: Cool
Points Worth: None
Contest: When all the Pokemon have appealed to the same judge, then you
         get +15 points
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Gunk Shot

Type: Poison
Damage: 120
Accuracy: 70%
PP: 5
Category: Physical
Info: Has a 30% chance of causing poison status

Contest Type: Cool
Points Worth: 3
Contest: None
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Gust

Type: Flying
Damage: 40
Accuracy: 100
PP: 35
Category: Special
Info: When used, any opponents using fly can be hit

Contest Type: Smart
Points Worth: 3
Contest: None
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Gyro Ball

Type: Steel
Damage: Varies
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 5
Category: Physical
Info: When used, the damage depends on the opponents speed

Contest Type: Beauty
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If you are the last to appeal, then your points will be worth
         2x
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Hail

Type: Ice
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 10
Category: Other
Info: When used, the weather conditions change to hail. All non-ice
      type Pokemon receive damage at the end of each turn for up
      to 5 turns.

Contest Type: Beauty
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, the Pokemon after this one cannot raise the judge's
         voltage
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Hammer Arm

Type: Fighting
Damage: 100
Accuracy: 90%
PP: 10
Category: Physical
Info: When used, it lowers the caster's speed down one level

Contest Type: Cool
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, the caster appeals last during the next turn.
______________________________________________________________________________
Harden

Type: Normal
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 10
Category: Other
Info: When used, it raises the caster's defense up one level

Contest Type: Tough
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, the Pokemon after this one cannot raise the judge's
         voltage
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Haze

Type: Ice
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 30
Category: Other
Info: When used, any status changes done will be reset back to normal
      levels

Contest Type: Beauty
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, the Pokemon after this one cannot raise the judge's
         voltage
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Head Smash

Type: Rock
Damage: 150
Accuracy: 80%
PP: 5
Category: Physical
Info: When used, the caster takes recoil damage equivalent to how much
      damage was done against the opponent

Contest Type: Tough
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If the previous Pokemon got maximum voltage, you get a extra
         +3 points
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Headbutt

Type: Normal
Damage: 70
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 15
Category: Physical
Info: Has a 30% chance of causing the opponent to flinch

Contest Type: Tough
Points Worth: 3
Contest: None
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Heal Bell

Type: Normal
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 5
Category: Other
Info: When used, it heals any status problems the caster may have

Contest Type: Beauty
Points Worth: None
Contest: When used, the points gained is equal to the voltage the judge
         currently has
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Heal Block

Type: Psychic
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 15
Category: Other
Info: When used, the opponent cannot use HP restoring moves for up to
      5 turns.

Contest Type: Cute
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, the Pokemon after this one cannot raise the judge's
         voltage
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Heal Order

Type: Bug
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 10
Category: Other
Info: When used, the caster recovers 1/2 of its HP

Contest Type: Smart
Points Worth: None
Contest: When used, the points gained is equal to the voltage the judge
         currently has
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Healing wish

Type: Physic
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 10
Category: Other
Info: If the caster faints, then the next Pokemon sent out will recover
      a portion of its HP and heals any status effects it might have.

Contest Type: Cute
Points Worth: None
Contest: When used, the points gained is equal to the voltage the judge
         currently has
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Heart Swap

Type: Psychic
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 10
Category: Other
Info: When used, all stats are swapped with the opponent

Contest Type: Cool
Points Worth: None
Contest: When used, the points you gain are equal to 4, but -1 every
         voltage point the judge has.
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Heat Wave

Type: Fire
Damage: 100
Accuracy: 90%
PP: 10
Category: Special
Info: When used, it has a 10% chance of burning the opponent

Contest Type: Beauty
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If first to appeal, then you get a extra +2
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Helping Hand

Type: Normal
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 20
Category: Other
Info: When used in double battles, it boosts your partners attack

Contest Type: Smart
Points Worth: 1
Contest: If two other Pokemon rose the judge's voltage in a row, then you
         get a extra +3 points
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Hi Jump Kick

Type: Fighting
Damage: 100
Accuracy: 90%
PP: 20
Category: Physical
Info: When used, if the caster misses then it receives 1/8 of its own
      HP in damage

Contest Type: Cool
Points Worth: 3
Contest: None
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Hidden Power

Type: Varies
Damage: Varies
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 15
Category: Special
Info: Depending on the Pokemon's IV points (Hidden value), then the
      type and attack power of hidden power changes

Contest Type: Smart
Points Worth: 1
Contest: If you have the lowest number of points that turn, then you
         get a extra +3 points
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Horn Attack

Type: Normal
Damage: 65
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 25
Category: Physical
Info: None

Contest Type: Cool
Points Worth: 3
Contest: None
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Horn Drill

Type: Normal
Damage: One-Hit KO
Accuracy: 30%
PP: 5
Category: Physical
Info: When it hits, it causes the opponent to instantly be knocked out

Contest Type: Cool
Points Worth: None
Contest: When all the Pokemon have appealed to the same judge, then you
         get +15 points
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Howl

Type: Normal
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 40
Category: Other
Info: When used, it raises the caster's attack up one level

Contest Type: Cool
Points Worth: None
Contest: When used, any points gained on your next appeal are worth
         2x
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Hydro Cannon

Type: Water
Damage: 150
Accuracy: 90%
PP: 5
Category: Special
Info: When used, the user cannot attack on the next turn

Contest Type: Beauty
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If the previous Pokemon got maximum voltage, you get a extra
         +3 points
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Hydro Pump

Type: Water
Damage: 120
Accuracy: 80%
PP: 5
Category: Special
Info: None

Contest Type: Beauty
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If first to appeal, then you get a extra +2
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Hyper Beam

Type: Normal
Damage: 150
Accuracy: 90%
PP: 5
Category: Special
Info: When used, the caster cannot attack on the next turn

Contest Type: Cool
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If the previous Pokemon got maximum voltage, you get a extra
         +3 points
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Hyper Fang

Type: Normal
Damage: 80
Accuracy: 90%
PP: 15
Category: Physical
Info: When used, it has a 10% chance of causing the opponent to flinch

Contest Type: Cool
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If last to appeal, then you get a extra +2
______________________________________________________________________________
Hyper Voice

Type: Normal
Damage: 90
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 10
Category: Special
Info: None

Contest Type: Cool
Points Worth: 3
Contest: None
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Hypnosis

Type: Psychic
Damage: -
Accuracy: 60%
PP: 20
Category: Other
Info: When used, it causes the opponent to go to sleep

Contest Type: Smart
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, the Pokemon after this one cannot lower the judge's
         voltage
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Ice Ball

Type: Ice
Damage: 30
Accuracy: 90%
PP: 20
Category: Physical
Info: When used, the caster is forced to use this attack for 5 turns.
      If it strikes in a row, its power is increased. If it fails, then
      its power is reset to normal

Contest Type: Beauty
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, it can be used the next appeal without a penalty
______________________________________________________________________________
Ice Beam

Type: Ice
Damage: 95
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 10
Category: Special
Info: When used, it has a 10% chance of freezing the opponent

Contest Type: Beauty
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If first to appeal, then you get a extra +2
______________________________________________________________________________
Ice Fang

Type: Ice
Damage: 65
Accuracy: 95%
PP: 15
Category: Physical
Info: When used, it has a 10% chance of flinching the opponent

Contest Type: Cool
Points Worth: 3
Contest: None
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Ice Punch

Type: Ice
Damage: 75
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 15
Category: Physical
Info: When used, it has a 10% chance of freezing the opponent

Contest Type: Beauty
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If first to appeal, then you get a extra +2
______________________________________________________________________________
Ice Shard

Type: Ice
Damage: 40
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 30
Category: Physical
Info: When used, the caster (Regardless of speed) goes first

Contest Type: Beauty
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, the caster appeals first during the next turn.
______________________________________________________________________________
Icicle Spear

Type: Ice
Damage: 10
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 30
Category: Physical
Info: When used, the caster attacks 2-5 times in a row.

Contest Type: Beauty
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, it can be used the next appeal without a penalty
______________________________________________________________________________
Icy Wind

Type: Ice
Damage: 55
Accuracy: 95%
PP: 15
Category: Special
Info: When used, it always lowers the opponent's speed down one level

Contest Type: Beauty
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, the caster appeals last during the next turn.
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Imprison

Type: Psychic
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 10
Category: Other
Info: When used, any moves the caster knows cannot be used by the opponent
      if they know the same moves

Contest Type: Smart
Points Worth: 1
Contest: If two other Pokemon rose the judge's voltage in a row, then you
         get a extra +3 points
______________________________________________________________________________
Ingrain

Type: Grass
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 20
Category: Other
Info: When used, the caster gains HP during every turn. However, the
      caster can now not switch out.

Contest Type: Smart
Points Worth: None
Contest: If first to appeal, then you get a extra +1 points
______________________________________________________________________________
Iron Defense

Type: Steel
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 15
Category: Other
Info: When used, the caster's defense is raised two levels

Contest Type: Tough
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, the Pokemon after this one cannot raise the judge's
         voltage
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Iron Head

Type: Steel
Damage: 80
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 15
Category: Physical
Info: When used, it has a 30$ chance of causing the opponent to flinch

Contest Type: Tough
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If last to appeal, then you get a extra +2
______________________________________________________________________________
Iron Tail

Type: Steel
Damage: 100
Accuracy: 75%
PP: 15
Category: Physical
Info: When used, it has a 30% chance of causing the opponent's Defense
      to lower one level

Contest Type: Cool
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If last to appeal, then you get a extra +2
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Judgment

Type: Normal (Varies, though)
Damage: 100
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 10
Category: Special
Info: When a plate is held, the move itself changes type depending on
      the type of plate being held

Contest Type: Smart
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, the order of appeals is random next turn
______________________________________________________________________________
Jump Kick

Type: Fighting
Damage: Physical
Accuracy: 85%
PP: 25
Category: Physical
Info: When the caster misses, then the caster takes 1/8th of its maximum
      HP in damage

Contest Type: Cool
Points Worth: 3
Contest: None
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Karate Chop

Type: Fighting
Damage: 50
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 25
Category: Physical
Info: Has a higher critical hit ratio then other attacks

Contest Type: Tough
Points Worth: 3
Contest: None
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Kinesis

Type: Psychic
Damage: -
Accuracy: 80%
PP: 15
Category: Other
Info: When used, it lowers the opponent's accuracy down one level

Contest Type: Smart
Points Worth: None
Contest: When used, any points gained on your next appeal are worth
         2x
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Knock Off

Type: Dark
Damage: 20
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 20
Category: Physical
Info: When used, it knocks off any held item the opponent may have for
      the remainder of the battle.

Contest Type: Cool
Points Worth: 3
Contest: None
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Last Resort

Type: Normal
Damage: 130
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 5
Category: Physical
Info: When all other moves have run out of PP, this is the only time this
      attack can be used

Contest Type: Cute
Points Worth: None
Contest: If first to appeal, then you get a extra +1
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Lava Plume

Type: Fire
Damage: 80
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 15
Category: Special
Info: Has a 30% chance of causing burn status

Contest Type: Tough
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If first to appeal, then you get a extra +2
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Leaf Blade

Type: Grass
Damage: 90
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 15
Category: Physical
Info: Has a higher critical hit ratio then other attacks

Contest Type: Cool
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If first to appeal, then you get a extra +2
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Leaf Storm

Type: Grass
Damage: 140
Accuracy: 90%
PP: 5
Category: Special
Info: When used, the caster's Special Attack is lowered down two levels

Contest Type: Cite
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If the previous Pokemon got maximum voltage, you get a extra
         +3 points
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Leech Life

Type: Bug
Damage: 20
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 15
Category: Smart
Info: When used, it restores the caster's HP equal to 1/2 of the damage
      dealt to the opponent

Contest Type: Smart
Points Worth: 1
Contest: If two other Pokemon rose the judge's voltage in a row, then you
         get a extra +3 points
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Leech Seed

Type: Grass
Damage: -
Accuracy: 90
PP: 10
Category: Other
Info: When used, it causes the opponent to be damaged at the end of each
      turn and restores health to the caster

Contest Type: Smart
Points Worth: None
Contest: If first to appeal, then you get a extra +1
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Leer

Type: Normal
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 30
Category: Other
Info: When used, it lowers the opponent's Defense down one level

Contest Type: Cool
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, the Pokemon after this one cannot lower the judge's
         voltage
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Lick

Type: Ghost
Damage: 20
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 30
Category: Physical
Info: Has a 30% chance of causing the opponent paralyze status

Contest Type:
Points Worth:
Contest: None
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Light Screen

Type: Physic
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 30
Category: Other
Info: When used, any Special attacks the opponent used are lowered by
      1/2. Moves such as brick break can dispel Light Screen. Active
      for about 5 turns.

Contest Type: Beauty
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, the Pokemon after this one cannot raise the judge's
         voltage
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Lock-on

Type: Normal
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 5
Category: Other
Info: When used, any move after this one has a 100% chance accuracy
      rate

Contest Type: Smart
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If two other Pokemon rose the judge's voltage in a row, then you
         get a extra +3 points
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Lovely Kiss

Type: Normal
Damage: -
Accuracy: 75%
PP: 10
Category: Other
Info: When used, it causes the opponent Sleep status

Contest Type: Beauty
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, the Pokemon after this one cannot lower the judge's
         voltage
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Low Kick

Type: Fighting
Damage: Varies
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 20
Category: Physical
Info: When used, the damage dealt depends on the opponent's weight. The
      heavier it is, the more damage is dealt

Contest Type: Tough
Points Worth: 3
Contest: None
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Lucky Chant

Type: Normal
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 30
Category: Other
Info: When used, the opponent's critical hit ratio goes down to 0% for
      5 turns (Meaning it cannot score a critical hit)

Contest Type: Cute
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, the Pokemon after this one cannot raise the judge's
         voltage
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Lunar Dance

Type: Psychic
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 10
Category: Other
Info: When used, the caster automatically faints. When the next Pokemon
      is used, it will automatically heal it.

Contest Type: Beauty
Points Worth: None
Contest: When used, the points gained is equal to the voltage the judge
         currently has
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Luster Purge

Type: Psychic
Damage: 70
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 5
Category: Special
Info: When used, it has a 50% chance of lowering the opponent's Special
      Defense down one level

Contest Type: Smart
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If the previous Pokemon got maximum voltage, you get a extra
         +3 points
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Mach Punch

Type: Fighting
Damage: 40
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 30
Category: Physical
Info: When used, the caster always goes first regardless of the
      opponent's speed.

Contest Type: Cool
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, the caster appeals first during the next turn.
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Magic Coat

Type: Psychic
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 15
Category: Other
Info: When used, any special attack used against the caster is cast
      back at the opponent

Contest Type: Beauty
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If you are the last to appeal, then your points will be worth
         2x
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Magical Leaf

Type: Grass
Damage: 60
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 20
Category: Special
Info: Will aways attack the target, regardless of their evasiveness
      (Such as with Double Team)

Contest Type: Beauty
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If first to appeal, then you get a extra +2
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Magma Storm

Type: Fire
Damage: 120
Accuracy: 70%
PP: 5
Category: Special
Info: When used, the opponent is trapped

Contest Type: Tough
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, it can be used the next appeal without a penalty
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Magnet Bomb

Type: Steel
Damage: 60
Accuracy: 10)%
PP: 20
Category: Physical
Info: Will aways attack the target, regardless of their evasiveness
      (Such as with Double Team)

Contest Type: Cool
Points Worth: 3
Contest: None
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Magnet Rise

Type: Electric
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 10
Category: Other
Info: When used, it changes the caster's ability to levitate

Contest Type: Cute
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, the Pokemon after this one cannot raise the judge's
         voltage
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Magnitude

Type: Ground
Damage: Varies
Accuracy: 100
PP: 30
Category: Physical
Info: The attacks power varies depending on the random Magnitude it
      gets. For every magnitude, it goes up +20 base power points.
      It starts out at 10, and can go up to 150 at the highest magnitude

Contest Type: Tough
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If last to appeal, then you get a extra +2
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Me First

Type: Normal
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 20
Category: Other
Info: When attacking, strikes the first opponent at +50% more power

Contest Type: Cute
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, the caster appeals first during the next turn.
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Mean Look

Type: Normal
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 5
Category: Other
Info: When used, it prevents the opponent from switching out, or a wild
      Pokemon from escaping (it can still use moves such as whirlwind,
      though)

Contest Type: Beauty
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, all judge's voltage is lowered by -1
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Meditate

Type: Psychic
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 40
Category: Other
Info: When used, it raises the caster's attack power up one level

Contest Type: Beauty
Points Worth: None
Contest: When used, any points gained on your next appeal are worth
         2x
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Mega Drain

Type: Grass
Damage: 40
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 15
Category: Special
Info: When used, the damage inflicted on the opponent heals the caster
      for 1/2 of the damage dealt

Contest Type: Smart
Points Worth: 1
Contest: If two other Pokemon rose the judge's voltage in a row, then you
         get a extra +3 points
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Mega Kick

Type: Normal
Damage: 120
Accuracy: 75%
PP: 5
Category: Physical
Info: None

Contest Type: Cool
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If last to appeal, then you get a extra +2
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Mega Punch

Type: Normal
Damage: 80
Accuracy: 85%
PP: 20
Category: Physical
Info: None

Contest Type: Tough
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If last to appeal, then you get a extra +2
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Megahorn

Type: Bug
Damage: 120
Accuracy: 85%
PP: 10
Category: Physical
Info: None

Contest Type: Cool
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If last to appeal, then you get a extra +2
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Memento

Type: Dark
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 10
Category: Other
Info: When used, the caster faints but the opponent's stats are all
      lowered one level

Contest Type: Tough
Points Worth: None
Contest: When all the Pokemon have appealed to the same judge, then you
         get +15 points
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Metal Burst

Type: Steel
Damage: Varies
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 10
Category: Physical
Info: When used, it strikes back any damage that was dealt to it during
      that turn in double

Contest Type: Beauty
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If you are the last to appeal, then your points will be worth
         2x
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Metal Claw

Type: Steel
Damage: 50
Accuracy: 95%
PP: 35
Category: Physical
Info: When used, it has a 10% chance of raising the caster's attack
      power

Contest Type: Cool
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If last to appeal, then you get a extra +2
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Metal Sound

Type: Steel
Damage: -
Accuracy: 85%
PP: 40
Category: Other
Info: When used, it lowers the opponent's special defense down two
      levels

Contest Type: Smart
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, all judge's voltage is lowered by -1
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Meteor Mash

Type: Steel
Damage: 100
Accuracy: 85%
PP: 10
Category: Physical
Info: When used, it has a 20% chance of raising the caster's attack

Contest Type: Cool
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If last to appeal, then you get a extra +2
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Metronome

Type: Normal
Damage: Varies
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 10
Category: Other
Info: When used, it uses a random attack. Some attacks cannot be used,
      however.

Contest Type: Cute
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, the order of appeals is random next turn
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Milk Drink

Type: Normal
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 10
Category: Other
Info: When used, it restores up to 1/2 of the caster's maximum HP

Contest Type: Cute
Points Worth: None
Contest: When used, the points gained is equal to the voltage the judge
         currently has
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Mimic

Type: Normal
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 10
Category: Other
Info: When used, it copies the opponent's last move that was used

Contest Type: Cute
Points Worth: None
Contest: If the previous Pokemon got maximum voltage, you get the same
         voltage bonus
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Mind Reader

Type: Normal
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 5
Category: Other
Info: When used, the next move the caster uses will be at 100% accuracy

Contest Type: Smart
Points Worth: 1
Contest: If two other Pokemon rose the judge's voltage in a row, then you
         get a extra +3 points
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Minimize

Type: Normal
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 20
Category: Other
Info: When used, it raises the caster's evasiveness up one level

Contest Type: Cute
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, the Pokemon after this one cannot raise the judge's
         voltage
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Miracle Eye

Type: Psychic
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 40
Category: Other
Info: When used, it removes any dark type's resistance to psychic
      types. Also causes any evasiveness increases (Such as Double
      Team) to go back to normal.

Contest Type: Cute
Points Worth: 1
Contest: If two other Pokemon rose the judge's voltage in a row, then you
         get a extra +3 points
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Mirror Coat

Type: Psychic
Damage: Varies
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 20
Category: Special
Info: When the opponent uses a special attack during the turn Mirror
      Coat was used, the damage dealt to the caster is done back in
      double

Contest Type: Beauty
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If you are the last to appeal, then your points will be worth
         2x
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Mirror Shot

Type: Steel
Damage: 65
Accuracy: 85%
PP: 10
Category: Special
Info: When used, it has a 30% chance of lowering the opponent's accuracy
      down one level

Contest Type: Cute
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If first to appeal, then you get a extra +2
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Mist

Type: Ice
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 30
Category: Other
Info: When used, any attacks or abilities that cause the caster's
      stats to be lowered will not work

Contest Type: Beauty
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, the Pokemon after this one cannot raise the judge's
         voltage
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Mist Ball

Type: Psychic
Damage: 70
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 5
Category: Special
Info: When used, it has a 50% chance of lowering the opponent's special
      attack down one level

Contest Type: Smart
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If the previous Pokemon got maximum voltage, you get a extra
         +3 points
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Moonlight

Type: Normal
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 5
Category: Other
Info: Restores more HP depending on the weather and time of day

Contest Type: Beauty
Points Worth: None
Contest: When used, the points gained is equal to the voltage the judge
         currently has
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Morning Sun

Type: Normal
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 5
Category: Other
Info: Restores more HP depending on the weather and time of day

Contest Type: Beauty
Points Worth: None
Contest: When used, the points gained is equal to the voltage the judge
         currently has
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Mud Bomb

Type: Ground
Damage: 65
Accuracy: 85%
PP: 10
Category: Special
Info: Has a 30% chance of lowering the opponent's accuracy down one
      level

Contest Type: Smart
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If last to appeal, then you get a extra +2
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Mud Shot

Type: Ground
Damage: 55
Accuracy: 95%
PP: 15
Category: Special
Info: When used, it always lowers the opponent's speed down one level

Contest Type: Tough
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, the caster appeals last during the next turn.
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Mud Sport

Type: Ground
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 15
Category: Other
Info: When used, any Electric attacks have their power decreased

Contest Type: Cute
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, the Pokemon after this one cannot raise the judge's
         voltage
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Mud-Slap

Type: Ground
Damage: 20
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 10
Category: Special
Info: When used, it lowers the opponent's accuracy down one level

Contest Type: Cute
Points Worth: 3
Contest: None
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Muddy Water

Type: Water
Damage: 95
Accuracy: 85%
PP: 10
Category: Special
Info: When used, it has a 30% chance of lowering the opponent's accuracy

Contest Type: Tough
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If last to appeal, then you get a extra +2
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Nasty Plot

Type: Dark
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 20
Category: Other
Info: When used, it raises the caster's Special Attack up two levels

Contest Type: Cute
Points Worth: None
Contest: When used, any points gained on your next appeal are worth
         2x
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Natural Gift

Type: Normal
Damage: Varies
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 15
Category: Physical
Info: When used, the power depends on the caster's berry that is being
      held.

Contest Type: Cool
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If last to appeal, then you get a extra +2
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Nature Power

Type: Normal
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 20
Category: Other
Info: When used, the attack that will be used depends on the location
      of the battle.

Contest Type: Beauty
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, the order of appeals is random next turn
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Needle Arm

Type: Grass
Damage: 60
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 15
Category: Physical
Info: Has a 30% chance of causing the opponent to flinch

Contest Type: Cool
Points Worth: 3
Contest: None
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Night Shade

Type: Ghost
Damage: Varies
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 15
Category: Special
Info: When used, the damage dealt depends on the user's current level

Contest Type: Cool
Points Worth: 3
Contest: None
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Night Slash

Type: Dark
Damage: 70
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 15
Category: Physical
Info: Has a higher critical hit ratio then other attacks

Contest Type: Beauty
Points Worth: 3
Contest: None
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Nightmare

Type: Ghost
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 15
Category: Other
Info: When used, every turn the opponent is asleep, it does 1/4th of its
      HP in damage to the opponent

Contest Type: Smart
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, the Pokemon after this one cannot lower the judge's
         voltage
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Octazooka

Type: Water
Damage: 65
Accuracy: 85%
PP: 10
Category: Special
Info: When used, has a 50% chance of lowering the opponent's accuracy
      down one level

Contest Type: Tough
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, it increases the judge's voltage by 2 instead of 1
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Odor Sleuth

Type: Normal
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 40
Category: Other
Info: When used, any of the opponent's increased evasiveness (Such as
      from double team) is reset back to normal

Contest Type: Smart
Points Worth: 1
Contest: If two other Pokemon rose the judge's voltage in a row, then you
         get a extra +3 points
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Ominous Wind

Type: Ghost
Damage: 60
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 5
Category: Special
Info: When used, it has a 10% chance of raising the caster's stats up
      one level

Contest Type: Smart
Points Worth: None
Contest: When used, any points gained on your next appeal are worth
         2x
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Outrage

Type: Dragon
Damage: 120
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 15
Category: Physical
Info: When used, the caster becomes confused after 2-3 turns

Contest Type: Cool
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, it can be used the next appeal without a penalty
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Overheat

Type: Fire
Damage: 140
Accuracy: 90%
PP: 5
Category: Special
Info: When used, it lowers the caster's Special Attack down two levels

Contest Type: Beauty
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If the previous Pokemon got maximum voltage, you get a extra
         +3 points
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Pain Split

Type: Normal
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 20
Category: Other
Info: When used, it combines the caster's and the opponent's HP and
      splits it

Contest Type: Smart
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, all judge's voltage is lowered by -1
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Pay Day

Type: Normal
Damage: 40
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 20
Category: Physical
Info: When used, extra money is gained after battle. The more it is
      used, the more money you will get

Contest Type: Smart
Points Worth: 1
Contest: If you have the lowest number of points that turn, then you
         get a extra +3 points
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Payback

Type: Dark
Damage: 50
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 10
Category: Physical
Info: If damage is received on the turn payback is used, its damage
      amount is doubled

Contest Type: Cool
Points Worth: 1
Contest: If you appealed to the same judge as other Pokemon, then you
         get a extra +3 points
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Peck

Type: Flying
Damage: 35
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 35
Category: Physical
Info: None

Contest Type: Cool
Points Worth: 3
Contest: None
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Perish Song

Type: Normal
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 5
Category: Other
Info: When used, both the caster and the opponent will faint in 3
      turns unless 1 of them is switched out.

Contest Type: Beauty
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, all judge's voltage is lowered by -1
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Petal Dance

Type: Grass
Damage: 90
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 20
Category: Special
Info: When used, the caster uses petal dance 2-3 times in a row, and then
      becomes confused afterward

Contest Type: Beauty
Points Worth: None
Contest: If first to appeal, then you get a extra +1 points
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Pin Missile

Type: Bug
Damage: 13
Accuracy: 85%
PP: 20
Category: Physical
Info: When used, the caster attack 2 to 5 times

Contest Type: Cool
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, it can be used the next appeal without a penalty
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Pluck

Type: Flying
Damage: 60
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 20
Category: Physical
Info: When used, if the opponent is holding a berry, then the damage
      amount is doubled

Contest Type: Cute
Points Worth: None
Contest: If the previous Pokemon got maximum voltage, you get the same
         voltage bonus
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Poison Fang

Type: Poison
Damage: 50
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 15
Category: Physical
Info: When used, it has a 30% chance of causing the opponent to be
      effected by worse poison (The same type as Toxic)

Contest Type: Smart
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, it increases the judge's voltage by 2 instead of 1
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Poison Gas

Type: Poison
Damage: -
Accuracy: 55%
PP: 40
Category: Other
Info: When used, Poison's the opponent

Contest Type: Smart
Points Worth: 3
Contest: None
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Poison Jab

Type: Poison
Damage: 80
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 20
Category: Physical
Info: When used, it has a 30% chance of poisoning the opponent

Contest Type: Smart
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, it increases the judge's voltage by 2 instead of 1
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Poison Sting

Type: Poison
Damage: 15
Accuracy: 35
PP: 35
Category: Physical
Info: When used, it has a 30% chance of poisoning the opponent

Contest Type: Smart
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, the Pokemon after this one cannot lower the judge's
         voltage
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Poison Tail

Type: Poison
Damage: 50
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 25
Category: Physical
Info: When used, it has a 10% chance of poisoning the opponent. Also
      has a higher critical hit ratio

Contest Type: Smart
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, it increases the judge's voltage by 2 instead of 1
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Poisonpowder

Type: Poison
Damage: -
Accuracy: 75%
PP: 35
Category: Other
Info: When it hits, it causes the opponent Poison Status

Contest Type: Smart
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, the Pokemon after this one cannot lower the judge's
         voltage
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Pound

Type: Normal
Damage: 40
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 35
Category: Physical
Info: None

Contest Type: Tough
Points Worth: 3
Contest: None
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Powder Snow

Type: Ice
Damage: 40
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 25
Category: Special
Info: Has a 10% chance of freezing the opponent

Contest Type: Beauty
Points Worth: 3
Contest: None
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Power Gem

Type: Rock
Damage: 70
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 20
Category: Special
Info: None

Contest Type: Beauty
Points Worth: 3
Contest: None
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Power Swap

Type: Psychic
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 10
Category: Other
Info: When used, it switches the Attack and Special attack of the
      caster with the opponent

Contest Type: Beauty
Points Worth: None
Contest: When used, the points you gain are equal to 4, but -1 every
         voltage point the judge has.
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Power Trick

Type: Psychic
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 10
Category: Other
Info: When used, the caster's Attack and Defense stats are switched

Contest Type: Cool
Points Worth: None
Contest: When used, the points you gain are equal to 4, but -1 every
         voltage point the judge has.
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Power Whip

Type: Grass
Damage: 120
Accuracy: 85%
PP: 10
Category: Physical
Info: None

Contest Type: Beauty
Points Worth: 3
Contest: None
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Present

Type: Normal
Damage: Varies
Accuracy: 90%
PP: 15
Category: Physical
Info: When used, it can either hit the opponent, heal the opponent, heal
      the user, or hurt the user

Contest Type: Cute
Points Worth: None
Contest: When used, the points you gain are equal to 4, but -1 every
         voltage point the judge has.
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Protect

Type: Normal
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 10
Category: Other
Info: When used, the attack goes first and evades any attack that
      may be used against the caster. However, its accuracy goes
      away with each use

Contest Type: Cute
Points Worth: None
Contest: When used, the points you gain are equal to 4, but -1 every
         voltage point the judge has.
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Psybeam

Type: Psychic
Damage: 65
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 20
Category: Special
Info: Has a 10% chance of causing the opponent to become confused

Contest Type: Beauty
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If first to appeal, then you get a extra +2
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Psych Up

Type: Normal
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 10
Category: Other
Info: When used, it copies any status changes the opponent has and gives
      them to the caster.

Contest Type: Smart
Points Worth: None
Contest: When used, any points gained on your next appeal are worth
         2x
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Psychic

Type: Psychic
Damage: 90
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 10
Category: Special
Info: When used, it has a 10% chance of lowering the opponent's special
      defense down one level

Contest Type: Smart
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If first to appeal, then you get a extra +2
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Psycho Boost

Type: Psychic
Damage: 140
Accuracy: 90%
PP: 5
Category: Special
Info: When used, it lowers the caster's Special Attack down two levels

Contest Type: Smart
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If the previous Pokemon got maximum voltage, you get a extra
         +3 points
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Psycho cut

Type: Psychic
Damage: 70
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 20
Category: Psychical
Info: Has a higher critical hit ratio then other attacks

Contest Type: Cool
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If first to appeal, then you get a extra +2
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Psycho Shift

Type: Psychic
Damage: -
Accuracy: 90%
PP: 10
Category: Other
Info: When used, any status effect the caster has is given to the
      targeted Pokemon

Contest Type: Cool
Points Worth: None
Contest: When used, the points you gain are equal to 4, but -1 every
         voltage point the judge has.
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Psywave

Type: Psychic
Damage: Varies
Accuracy: 80%
PP: 15
Category: Special
Info: When used, has a chance of doing damage in equivalent to either
      the users level or 1.5 of the current users level

Contest Type: Smart
Points Worth: 3
Contest: None
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Punishment

Type: dark
Damage: Varies
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 5
Category: Physical
Info: When used, the attack power depends on the stats of the
      opponent

Contest Type: Smart
Points Worth: 1
Contest: If you have the lowest number of points that turn, then you
         get a extra +3 points
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Pursuit

Type: Dark
Damage: 40
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 20
Category: Physical
Info: When the opponent is switching out, the attack power is increased

Contest Type: Smart
Points Worth: 1
Contest: If two other Pokemon rose the judge's voltage in a row, then you
         get a extra +3 points
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Quick Attack

Type: Normal
Damage: 40
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 30
Category: Special
Info: When used, the caster always goes first, regardless of the
      Opponent's speed

Contest Type: Cool
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, the caster appeals first during the next turn.
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Rage

Type: Normal
Damage: 20
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 20
Category: Physical
Info: When the caster is hit by a attack, the power of rage rises

Contest Type: Cool
Points Worth: None
Contest: When used, any points gained on your next appeal are worth
         2x
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Rain Dance

Type: Water
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 5
Category: Other
Info: When used, it causes a weather effect on the field for 5 turns.
      During that time, water attacks power is increased and the
      Thunder attack becomes 100% accurate

Contest Type: Tough
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, the Pokemon after this one cannot raise the judge's
         voltage
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Rapid Spin

Type: Normal
Damage: 20
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 40
Category: Physical
Info: When used, it dispels effects from attacks such as Leech Seed
      and attacks such as Bind

Contest Type: Cool
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If first to appeal, then you get a extra +2
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Razor Leaf

Type: Grass
Damage: 55
Accuracy: 95%
PP: 25
Category: Physical
Info: Has a higher critical hit ratio then other attacks

Contest Type: Cool
Points Worth: 3
Contest: None
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Razor Wind

Type: Normal
Damage: 80
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 10
Category: Special
Info: A move that charges on the first turn, and then strikes on the
      second. has a higher critical hit ratio then other attacks.

Contest Type: Cool
Points Worth: 1
Contest: If you appealed to the same judge as other Pokemon, then you
         get a extra +3 points
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Recover

Type: Normal
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 10
Category: Other
Info: When used, it recovers 1/2 of the Pokemon's Maximum HP

Contest Type: Smart
Points Worth: None
Contest: When used, the points gained is equal to the voltage the judge
         currently has
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Recycle

Type: Normal
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 10
Category: Other
Info: When used, it reuses a hold item that has already been used in
      battle

Contest Type: Smart
Points Worth: none
Contest: If the previous Pokemon got maximum voltage, you get the same
         voltage bonus
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Reflect

Type: Psychic
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 20
Category: Other
Info: When used, it halves all Psychical attacks used on the caster and
      its party. Lasts up to 5 turns

Contest Type: Smart
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, the Pokemon after this one cannot raise the judge's
         voltage
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Refresh

Type: Normal
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 20
Category: Other
Info: When used, it heals the status effect paralysis, burn, and poison

Contest Type: Cute
Points Worth: None
Contest: When used, the points gained is equal to the voltage the judge
         currently has
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Rest

Type: Psychic
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 10
Category: Other
Info: When used, the caster goes to sleep and recovers all HP. Any
      status effect that it has will be healed. It will then wake
      up in 2 turns.

Contest Type: Cute
Points Worth: None
Contest: When used, the points gained is equal to the voltage the judge
         currently has
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Return

Type: Normal
Damage: Varies
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 20
Category: Physical
Info: When used, the damage dealt depends on the Pokemon's happiness. The
      higher its happiness is, the more damage it will do.

Contest Type: Cute
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If first to appeal, then you get a extra +2
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Revenge

Type: Fighting
Damage: 60
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 10
Category: Physical
Info: When used, if the caster is damaged before using revenge, then
      the attack power of Revenge is doubled

Contest Type: Tough
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If you are the last to appeal, then your points will be worth
         2x
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Reversal

Type: Fighting
Damage: Varies
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 15
Category: Physical
Info: When used, the damage dealt depends on the amount of HP the caster
      has. The less it has, the more damage is dealt.

Contest Type:
Points Worth:
Contest:
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Roar

Type: Normal
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 20
Category: Other
Info: When used, any Pokemon in a trainer battle is forced to switched
      and in wild battles causes the battle to end

Contest Type: Cool
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, the Pokemon after this one cannot lower the judge's
         voltage
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Roar Of Time

Type: Dragon
Damage: 150
Accuracy: 90%
PP: 5
Category: Special
Info: When used, the caster cannot attack on the next turn

Contest Type: Cool
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If the previous Pokemon got maximum voltage, you get a extra
         +3 points
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Rock Blast

Type: Rock
Damage: 25
Accuracy: 80%
PP: 10
Category: Physical
Info: When used, the caster attacks 2-5 times

Contest Type: Tough
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, it can be used the next appeal without a penalty
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Rock Climb

Type: Normal
Damage: 90
Accuracy: 85%
PP: 20
Category: Physical
Info: Has a 20% chance of confusing the opponent

Contest Type: Cool
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If last to appeal, then you get a extra +2
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Rock Polish

Type: Rock
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 20
Category: Other
Info: When used, the caster's Speed is raised two levels

Contest Type: Tough
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, the caster appeals first during the next turn.
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Rock Slide

Type: Rock
Damage: 75
Accuracy: 90%
PP: 10
Category: Physical
Info: When used, it has a 30% chance of causing the opponent to Flinch

Contest Type: Tough
Points Worth: 3
Contest: None
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Rock Smash

Type: Fighting
Damage: 40
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 15
Category: Physical
Info: When used, it has a 50% chance of lowering the opponent's defense
      down one level.

Contest Type: Tough
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If last to appeal, then you get a extra +2
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Rock Throw

Type: Rock
Damage: 50
Accuracy: 90%
PP: 15
Category: Physical
Info: None

Contest Type: Tough
Points Worth: 3
Contest: None
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Rock Tomb

Type: Rock
Damage: 50
Accuracy: 80%
PP: 10
Category: Physical
Info: When used, it lowers the opponent's speed down one level

Contest Type: Smart
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, the caster appeals last during the next turn.
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Rock Wrecker

Type: Rock
Damage: 150
Accuracy: 90%
PP: 5
Category: Physical
Info: When used, the caster cannot attack during the next turn

Contest Type: Tough
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If the previous Pokemon got maximum voltage, you get a extra
         +3 points
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Role Play

Type: Psychic
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 10
Category: Other
Info: When used, it copies the selected Pokemon's ability

Contest Type: Cute
Points Worth: 1
Contest: If you have the lowest number of points that turn, then you
         get a extra +3 points
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Rolling Kick

Type: Fighting
Damage: 60
Accuracy: 85%
PP: 15
Category: Physical
Info: When used, it has a 30% chance of causing the opponent to flinch

Contest Type: Cool
Points Worth: 3
Contest: None
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Rollout

Type: Rock
Damage: 30
Accuracy: 90%
PP: 20
Category: Physical
Info: When used, the caster is forced to use it for 5 turns. During
      those 5 turns, its damage increases after every hit. If the
      caster misses, then the damage amount goes back to normal.

Contest Type: Tough
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, it can be used the next appeal without a penalty
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Roost

Type: Flying
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 10
Category: Other
Info: When used, it restores 1/2 of the maximum HP of the caster. If the
      Pokemon is a flying type, then it will turn into the ??? type
      for 1 turn and can be hit by ground attacks.

Contest Type: Cool
Points Worth: None
Contest: When used, the points gained is equal to the voltage the judge
         currently has
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Sacred Fire

Type: Fire
Damage: 100
Accuracy: 95%
PP: 5
Category: Physical
Info: Has a 50% chance of causing Burn Status

Contest Type: Beauty
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If the previous Pokemon got Max Voltage from the judge, you get
         a extra +3 points
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Safeguard

Type: Normal
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 25
Category: Other
Info: When used, it prevents any status problems (Such as Sand attack)
      from effecting the caster

Contest Type: Beauty
Points Worth: 2
Contest: Once used, the Pokemon after this one cannot raise the Judge's
         Voltage
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Sand Tomb

Type: Ground
Damage: 15
Accuracy: 70%
PP: 15
Category: Physical
Info: When used, it attacks the opponent at the end of each turn for
      2-5 turns.

Contest Type: Smart
Points Worth: None
Contest: If first to appeal, then you get +1 points
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Sand-attack

Type: Ground
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 15
Category: Other
Info: When used, it lowers the opponent's accuracy down one level

Contest Type: Cute
Points Worth: 2
Contest: Once used, the Pokemon after this one cannot raise the Judge's
         Voltage
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Sandstorm

Type: Rock
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 10
Category: Other
Info: When used, it creates a weather effect on the field that will
      slightly damage every non rock, ground and steel Pokemon for 5
      turns.

Contest Type: Tough
Points Worth: 2
Contest: Once used, the Pokemon after this one cannot raise the Judge's
         Voltage
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Scary Face

Type: Normal
Damage: -
Accuracy: 90%
PP: 10
Category: Other
Info: When used, it lowers the opponent's Speed down two levels

Contest Type: Tough
Points Worth: 2
Contest: During the next turn, you will appeal last
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Scratch

Type: Normal
Damage: 40
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 35
Category: Physical
Info: None

Contest Type: Tough
Points Worth: 3
Contest: None
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Screech

Type: Normal
Damage: -
Accuracy: 85%
PP: 40
Category: Other
Info: When used, it lowers the opponent's Defense two levels

Contest Type: Smart
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, all judges lose 1 point of voltage
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Secret Power

Type: Normal
Damage: 70
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 20
Category: Physical
Info: When used, it can change the attack into another one depending
      on the location it was used

Contest Type: Smart
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, the order of appeals is randomized.
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Seed Bomb

Type: Grass
Damage: 80
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 15
Category: Physical
Info: None

Contest Type: Smart
Points Worth: 3
Contest: None
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Seed Flare

Type: Grass
Damage: 120
Accuracy: 85%
PP: 5
Category: Special
Info: Has a 40% chance of lowering the opponent's special defense

Contest Type: Cool
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If the previous Pokemon got Max Voltage from the judge, you get
         a extra +3 points
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Seismic Toss

Type: Fighting
Damage: Varies
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 20
Category: Physical
Info: Depending on the users level, it deals a certain amount of damage

Contest Type: Tough
Points Worth: 3
Contest: None
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Self destruct

Type: Normal
Damage: 200
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 5
Category: Physical
Info: When used, the caster faints

Contest Type: Beauty
Points Worth: None
Contest: If all Pokemon appealed to the same judge, then you get +15
         points
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Shadow Ball

Type: Ghost
Damage: 80
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 15
Category: Special
Info: Has a 20% chance of lowering the opponent's Special Defense

Contest Type: Smart
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If first to appeal, then +2 points
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Shadow Claw

Type: Ghost
Damage: 70
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 15
Category: Physical
Info: Has a higher critical hit ratio then other attacks

Contest Type: Cute
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If first to appeal, then +2 points
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Shadow Force

Type: Ghost
Damage: 120
Accuracy: 100
PP: 5
Category: Physical
Info: Similar to fly and dig, the user is resistant to attacks on the
      first, and will strike on the second turn. If the opponent uses
      protect, it will fail

Contest Type: Smart
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If the previous Pokemon reached max voltage, then you will get
         +3 points
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Shadow Punch

Type: Ghost
Damage: 60
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 20
Category: Physical
Info: Regardless of stats, will not miss

Contest Type: Smart
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If first to appeal, then +2 points
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Shadow Sneak

Type: Ghost
Damage: 40
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 30
Category: Physical
Info: When used, the caster will always go first

Contest Type: Smart
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, the caster will go first next appeal
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Sharpen

Type: Normal
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 30
Category: Other
Info: Raises the caster's attack up one stage

Contest Type: Cute
Points Worth: None
Contest: When used, any points you gain next appeal will be worth 2x
______________________________________________________________________________
Sheer Cold

Type: Ice
Damage: Instant KO
Accuracy: 30%
PP: 5
Category: Special
Info: If it hits the opponent, it will cause Instant KO

Contest Type: Beauty
Points Worth: None
Contest: If all Pokemon appealed to the same judge, then you get +15
         points
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Shock Wave

Type: Electric
Damage: 60
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 20
Category: Special
Info: When used, it cannot miss regardless of the opponent's stats

Contest Type: Cool
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If first to appeal, then +2 points
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Signal Beam

Type: Bug
Damage: 75
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 15
Category: Special
Info: Has a 10% chance of causing confusion

Contest Type: Beauty
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, it raises the judge's voltage by 2 instead of 1
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Silver Wind

Type: Bug
Damage: 60
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 5
Category: Special
Info: When used, it has a 10% chance of raising all stats up one level

Contest Type: Beauty
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, it raises the judge's voltage by 2 instead of 1
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Sing

Type: Normal
Damage: -
Accuracy: 55%
PP: 15
Category: Other
Info: When used, it causes the opponent Sleep status

Contest Type: Cute
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, the Pokemon after this one cannot lower the judge's
         voltage
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Sketch

Type: Normal
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 1
Category: Other
Info: When used in a non-linked battle, it will cause the user of Sketch
      to permanently gain that move. Does not keep it in linked trainer
      battles

Contest Type: Smart
Points Worth: 1
Contest: If you got the lowest number of points that turn, then +3
______________________________________________________________________________
Skill Swap

Type: Physic
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 10
Category: Other
Info: When used, it switches the ability with the opponent or targeted
      Pokemon. Some abilities cannot be changed

Contest Type: Smart
Points Worth: None
Contest: If the previous Pokemon got maximum voltage on his appeal, you
         will get the same voltage bonus
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Skull Bash

Type: Normal
Damage: 100
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 15
Category: Physical
Info: Takes 1 turn to charge. On the first turn, it raises the caster's
      defense up 1 level, and attacks on the second turn

Contest Type: Tough
Points Worth: 1
Contest: If you appealed to the same judge as the other Pokemon, then +3
         points
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Sky Attack

Type: Flying
Damage: 140
Accuracy: 90%
PP: 5
Category: Physical
Info: Takes 1 turn to charge. Has a 30% chance of causing the opponent
      to flinch

Contest Type: Cool
Points Worth: 1
Contest: If you appealed to the same judge as the other Pokemon, then +3
         points
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Sky Uppercut

Type: Fighting
Damage: 85
Accuracy: 90%
PP: 15
Category: Physical
Info: Can hit opponents that are using Fly

Contest Type: Cool
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If first to appeal, then +2
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Slack off

Type: Normal
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 10
Category: Other
Info: When used, it waits for one turn and then recovers 1/2 of the
      caster's HP

Contest Type: Cute
Points Worth: None
Contest: Gains points equal to the judge's voltage (If the judge as 4
         voltage, then +4, and so on)
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Slam

Type: Normal
Damage: 80
Accuracy: 75%
PP: 20
Category: Physical
Info: None

Contest Type: Tough
Points Worth: 3
Contest: None
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Slash

Type: Normal
Damage: 70
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 20
Category: Physical
Info: Has a higher critical hit ratio

Contest Type: Cool
Points Worth: 3
Contest: None
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Sleep Powder

Type: Grass
Damage: -
Accuracy: 75%
PP: 15
Category: Other
Info: When used, it causes the opponent Sleep status

Contest Type: Smart
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, the Pokemon after this one cannot lower the judge's
         voltage
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Sleep Talk

Type: Normal
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 10
Category: Other
Info: When used, it uses a random other move from the caster's available
      moves

Contest Type: Cute
Points Worth: 3
Contest: None
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Sludge

Type: Poison
Damage: 65
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 20
Category: Special
Info: Has a 30% chance of poisoning the opponent

Contest Type: Tough
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If last to appeal, then +2 points
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Sludge Bomb

Type: Poison
Damage: 90
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 10
Category: Special
Info: Has a 30% chance of poisoning the opponent

Contest Type: Tough
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If last to appeal, then +2
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Smellingsalt

Type: Normal
Damage: 60
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 10
Category: Physical
Info: When used against a Paralyzed foe, it does more damage but heals
      them of Paralyze status.

Contest Type: Smart
Points Worth: None
Contest: Starts at +4, but -1 for every point of voltage the judge has.
______________________________________________________________________________
Smog

Type: Poison
Damage: 20
Accuracy: 70%
PP: 20
Category: Special
Info: Has a 40% chance of causing Poison status

Contest Type: Tough
Points Worth: 3
Contest: None
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Smokescreen

Type: Normal
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 20
Category: Other
Info: When used, it lowers the opponent's accuracy down one stage

Contest Type: Smart
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, it minuses voltage from all judges -1
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Snatch

Type: Dark
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 10
Category: Other
Info: When used, if the opponents attack has any additional effects, then
      it will use those effects

Contest Type: Smart
Points Worth: None
Contest: If the previous Pokemon got maximum voltage on his appeal, you
         will get the same voltage bonus
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Snore

Type: Normal
Damage: 40
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 15
Category: Special
Info: Can only be used while the caster is asleep

Contest Type: Cute
Points Worth: 3
Contest: None
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Softboiled

Type: Normal
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 10
Category: Other
Info: When used, it restores half of the Maximum HP of the caster. Can be
      used out of battle to drain HP from the caster and restore health
      to a member of the Pokemon's team.

Contest Type: Beauty
Points Worth: None
Contest: Gains points equal to the judge's voltage (If the judge as 4
         voltage, then +4, and so on)
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Solarbeam

Type: Grass
Damage: 120
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 10
Category: Special
Info: When used, the caster charges for one turn and uses it the next. If
      Sunny Day is active, then the caster will not have to charge the
      attack.

Contest Type: Cool
Points Worth: 1
Contest: If the other Pokemon have appealed to the same judge, then +3
         points
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Sonic Boom

Type: Normal
Damage: Always does the same amount
Accuracy: 90%
PP: 20
Category: Special
Info: Always does 20 HP damage to the opponent

Contest Type: Cool
Points Worth: 3
Contest: None
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Spacial Rend

Type: Dragon
Damage: 100
Accuracy: 95%
PP: 5
Category: Special
Info: Has a higher critical hit ratio

Contest Type: Tough
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, it increases the judge's voltage by 2 instead of 1
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Spark

Type: Electric
Damage: 65
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 20
Category: Special
Info: Has a 30% chance of paralyzing the opponent

Contest Type: Cool
Points Worth: 3
Contest: None
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Spider Web

Type: Bug
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 10
Category: Other
Info: When used, the opponent cannot switch or escape from a wild Pokemon
      battle

Contest Type: Smart
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, the Pokemon after this one cannot raise the judge's
         voltage
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Spike Cannon

Type: Normal
Damage: 20
Accuracy: 100
PP: 15
Category: Physical
Info: When used, the caster attacks 2-5 times

Contest Type: Cool
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, it can be used in the next appeal without a penalty
______________________________________________________________________________
Spikes

Type: Ground
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 20
Category: Other
Info: When used, the opponent is hurt whenever it is switched out.
      Is not effective on Pokemon with levitate

Contest Type: Smart
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, the Pokemon after this one cannot raise the judge's
         voltage
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Spit Up

Type: Normal
Damage: Varies
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 10
Category: Special
Info: Depending on how many times Stockpile was used, the power of the
      attack increases

Contest Type: Tough
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If last to appeal, then +2
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Spite

Type: Ghost
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 10
Category: Other
Info: When used, it lowers the PP of the opponent's last move by 2-5 PP

Contest Type: Tough
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, the Pokemon after this one cannot lower the judge's
         voltage
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Splash

Type: Normal
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 40
Category: Other
Info: Does nothing

Contest Type: Cute
Points Worth: None
Contest: Starts at +4, but -1 for every point of voltage the judge has.
______________________________________________________________________________
Spore

Type: Grass
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 15
Category: Other
Info: When used, it causes Sleep status against the opponent

Contest Type: Beauty
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, it lowers the voltage of all judges -1
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Stealth Rock

Type: Rock
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 20
Category: Other
Info: When used, the opponent is hurt whenever it is switched out.

Contest Type: Cool
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, the Pokemon after this one cannot raise the judge's
         voltage
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Steel Wing

Type: Steel
Damage: 70
Accuracy: 90%
PP: 25
Category: Physical
Info: when used, has a 10% chance of raising the caster's Defense one
      level

Contest Type: Cool
Points Worth: 3
Contest: None
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Stockpile

Type: Normal
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 20
Category: Other
Info: When used, it allows the user to stock power up to 3 turns. Used for
      other attacks.

Contest Type: Tough
Points Worth: None
Contest: When used, any points gained on the next appeal are worth 2X
______________________________________________________________________________
Stomp

Type: Normal
Damage: 65
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 20
Category: Tough
Info: Has a 30% chance of causing the opponent to Flinch

Contest Type: Tough
Points Worth: 3
Contest: None
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Stone Edge

Type: Rock
Damage: 100
Accuracy: 80%
PP: 5
Category: Physical
Info: Has a higher critical hit ratio

Contest Type: Tough
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, it increases the judge's voltage by 2 instead of 1
______________________________________________________________________________
Strength

Type: Normal
Damage: 80
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 15
Category: Physical
Info: None

Contest Type: Tough
Points Worth: 3
Contest: None
______________________________________________________________________________
String Shot

Type: Bug
Damage: -
Accuracy: 95%
PP: 40
Category: Other
Info: When used, it lowers the opponent's speed down one level

Contest Type: Smart
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, the Pokemon after this one cannot lower the judge's
         voltage
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Struggle

Type: Normal
Damage: 50
Accuracy: 100%
PP: Unlimited
Category: Physical
Info: When all of your moves are out of PP, this is the only move any
      Pokemon can learn. Hurts the user by 1/16th of its HP.

Contest Type: None
Points Worth: None
Contest: None
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Stun Spore

Type: Grass
Damage: -
Accuracy: 75%
PP: 30
Category: Other
Info: When used, causes Paralyze status on the opponent

Contest Type: Smart
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, the Pokemon after this one cannot lower the judge's
         voltage
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Submission

Type: Fighting
Damage: 80
Accuracy: 80%
PP: 25
Category: Physical
Info: When used, user receives recoil damage equivalent to how much damage
      was done to the opponent

Contest Type: Cool
Points Worth: 3
Contest: None
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Substitute

Type: Normal
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 10
Category: Other
Info: When used, the caster creates a clone by using 1/4th of the HP. The
      clone will absorb any damage the opponent may deal equivalent to
      the HP used.

Contest Type: Smart
Points Worth: 1
Contest: If you have the lowest number of points that appeal, then +3
         points
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Sucker Punch

Type: Dark
Damage: 80
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 5
Category: Physical
Info: When used, the caster will always go first. However, it can only be
      used when the opponent is using a damage dealing move to the caster.

Contest Type: Smart
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, the Pokemon goes first next appeal
______________________________________________________________________________
Sunny Day

Type: Fire
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 5
Category: Other
Info: When used, it causes a weather effect on the field that raises the
      power of fire type attacks for 5 turns. Solarbeam no longer needs
      to be charged, and several abilities use it.

Contest Type: Beauty
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, the Pokemon after this one cannot raise the judge's
         voltage
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Super Fang

Type: Normal
Damage: Always the same
Accuracy: 90%
PP: 10
Category: Physical
Info: When used, it always cuts the opponent's current HP down to half

Contest Type: Tough
Points Worth: 3
Contest: None
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Superpower

Type: Fighting
Damage: 120
Accuracy: 100
PP: 5
Category: Physical
Info: When used, lowers caster's Attack and Defense one level

Contest Type: Tough
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If last to appeal, then +2
______________________________________________________________________________
Supersonic

Type: Normal
Damage: -
Accuracy: 55%
PP: 20
Category: Other
Info: When used, it causes Confusion on the opponent

Contest Type: Smart
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, the Pokemon after this one cannot lower the judge's
         voltage
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Surf

Type: Water
Damage: 95
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 15
Category: Special
Info: When used, it attacks all Pokemon besides the caster in double
      battles

Contest Type: Beauty
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If first to appeal, then +2
______________________________________________________________________________
Swagger

Type: Normal
Damage: -
Accuracy: 90%
PP: 15
Category: Other
Info: When used, it raises the opponent's Attack two levels but causes
      them to become confused

Contest Type: Cute
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, the Pokemon after this one cannot lower the judge's
         voltage
______________________________________________________________________________
Swallow

Type: Normal
Damage:  -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 10
Category: Other
Info: When used, it restores HP based on how much has been Stockpiled

Contest Type: Tough
Points Worth: None
Contest: Gains points equal to the judge's voltage (If the judge as 4
         voltage, then +4, and so on)
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Sweet Kiss

Type: Normal
Damage: -
Accuracy: 75%
PP: 10
Category: Other
Info: When used, it causes the opponent to become confused

Contest Type: Cute
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, the Pokemon after this one cannot lower the judge's
         voltage
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Swift

Type: Normal
Damage: 60
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 20
Category: Special
Info: No matter the opponent's stats, it can not miss

Contest Type: Cool
Points Worth:2
Contest: If first to appeal, then +2
______________________________________________________________________________
Switcheroo

Type: Dark
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 10
Category: Other
Info: When used, it exchanges any hold item the caster has for any hold
      item the opponent has.

Contest Type:
Points Worth:
Contest:
______________________________________________________________________________
Swords Dance

Type: Normal
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 30
Category: Other
Info: When used, it raises the caster's Attack up two stages

Contest Type: Beauty
Points Worth: None
Contest: When used, any points on the next appeal are worth 2X
______________________________________________________________________________
Synthesis

Type: Grass
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 5
Category: Other
Info: When used, it restores HP. The overall amount depends on the
      current weather condition.

Contest Type: Smart
Points Worth: None
Contest: Gains points equal to the judge's voltage (If the judge as 4
         voltage, then +4, and so on)
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Tackle

Type: Normal
Damage: 35
Accuracy: 95%
PP: 35
Category: Physical
Info: None

Contest Type: Tough
Points Worth: 3
Contest: None
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Tail Glow

Type: Bug
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 20
Category: Other
Info: When used, it raises the caster's Special Attack two levels

Contest Type: Beauty
Points Worth: None
Contest: When used, any points gained on your next appeal are worth
         2x
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Tail Whip

Type: Normal
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 30
Category: Other
Info: When used, it lowers the opponent's defense two levels

Contest Type: Cute
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, the Pokemon after this one cannot lower the judge's
         voltage
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Tailwind

Type: Flying
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 30
Category: Other
Info: When used, it raises the Speed of the caster's team for up to 5
      turns

Contest Type: Smart
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, the caster appeals first during the next turn.
______________________________________________________________________________
Take Down

Type: Normal
Damage: 90
Accuracy: 85%
PP: 20
Category: Physical
Info: When used, the caster takes recoil damage equal to the amount of
      damage done to the opponent

Contest Type: Tough
Points Worth: 3
Contest: None
______________________________________________________________________________
Taunt

Type: Dark
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 20
Category: Other
Info: When used, the opponent can only use moves that attack the opponent

Contest Type: Smart
Points Worth: None
Contest: When used, the points you gain are equal to 4, but -1 every
         voltage point the judge has.
______________________________________________________________________________
Teeter Dance

Type: Norma
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 20
Category: Other
Info: When used, it confuses all Pokemon that are out

Contest Type: Cute
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, the order of appeals is random next turn
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Teleport

Type: Psychic
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 20
Category: Other
Info: When used in a trainer battle, the Pokemon switches for another
      Pokemon. When used in a wild Pokemon battle, it ends the battle.

Contest Type: Cool
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, the caster appeals first during the next turn.
______________________________________________________________________________
Thief

Type: Dark
Damage: 40
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 10
Category: Physical
Info: When used in a wild Pokemon battle, it will permanently steal any
      hold item the wild Pokemon has as long as the Pokemon using thief
      does not have anything attached already. When used in a trainer
      battle, it steals the item just for that battle.

Contest Type: Tough
Points Worth: None
Contest: If the previous Pokemon got maximum voltage, you get the same
         voltage bonus
______________________________________________________________________________
Thrash

Type: Normal
Damage: 90
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 20
Category: Physical
Info: When used, the user attacks 2-3 turns, and then becomes confused

Contest Type: Tough
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, it can be used the next appeal without a penalty
______________________________________________________________________________
Thunder

Type: Electric
Damage: 120
Accuracy: 70%
PP: 10
Category: Special
Info: When used, it has a 30% chance of paralyzing the opponent. Accuracy
      is increased to 100% while Rain Dance is in effect

Contest Type: Cool
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If first to appeal, then you get a extra +2
______________________________________________________________________________
Thunder Fang

Type: Electric
Damage: 65
Accuracy: 95%
PP: 15
Category: Physical
Info: When used, it has a 10% chance of paralyzing the opponent. It also
      has a 10% chance of flinching the opponent as well.

Contest Type: Smart
Points Worth: 3
Contest: None
______________________________________________________________________________
Thunder Wave

Type: Electric
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 20
Category: Other
Info: When used, it paralyzes the opponent

Contest Type: Cool
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, the Pokemon after this one cannot lower the judge's
         voltage
______________________________________________________________________________
Thunderbolt

Type: Electric
Damage: 95
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 15
Category: Special
Info: When used, it has a 10% chance of paralyzing the opponent.

Contest Type: Cool
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If first to appeal, then you get a extra +2
______________________________________________________________________________
Thunderpunch

Type: Electric
Damage: 75
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 15
Category: Physical
Info: When used, it has a 10% chance of paralyzing the opponent.

Contest Type: Cool
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If first to appeal, then you get a extra +2
______________________________________________________________________________
Thundershock

Type: Electric
Damage: 40
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 30
Category: Special
Info: When used, it has a 10% chance of paralyzing the opponent.

Contest Type: Cool
Points Worth: 3
Contest: None
______________________________________________________________________________
Tickle

Type: Normal
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 20
Category: Other
Info: When used, it lowers the opponent's attack and defense down
      one level

Contest Type: Cute
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, the Pokemon after this one cannot lower the judge's
         voltage
______________________________________________________________________________
Torment

Type: Dark
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 15
Category: Other
Info: When used, the opponent cannot use the same move twice in a row

Contest Type: Tough
Points Worth: None
Contest: When used, the points you gain are equal to 4, but -1 every
         voltage point the judge has.
______________________________________________________________________________
Toxic

Type: Poison
Damage: -
Accuracy: 85%
PP: 10
Category: Other
Info: When used, it causes the opponent to get severe poisoning. Over
      time, the poison's damage doubles each turn.

Contest Type: Smart
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, the Pokemon after this one cannot lower the judge's
         voltage
______________________________________________________________________________
Toxic Spikes

Type: Poison
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 20
Category: Other
Info: When used, it causes damage whenever the opponent switches his
      Pokemon

Contest Type: Smart
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, the Pokemon after this one cannot raise the judge's
         voltage
______________________________________________________________________________
Transform

Type: Normal
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 10
Category: Other
Info: When used, it transforms the Pokemon using the attack into a copy
      of the opponent. The caster changes his type to match the opponent
      and has each of his attacks, but each attack only has 5 PP and the
      caster still has the same stats as before. Changes back when
      switched

Contest Type: Smart
Points Worth: 1
Contest: If you have the lowest number of points that turn, then you
         get a extra +3 points
______________________________________________________________________________
Tri Attack

Type: Normal
Damage: 80
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 10
Category: Special
Info: When used, has a 20% chance of causing freezing, burn, or paralysis
      status effects

Contest Type: Beauty
Points Worth: 3
Contest: None
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Trick

Type: Psychic
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 10
Category: Other
Info: When used, the user trades items with the opponent

Contest Type: Smart
Points Worth: None
Contest: If the previous Pokemon got maximum voltage, you get the same
         voltage bonus
______________________________________________________________________________
Trick Room

Type: Psychic
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 5
Category: Other
Info: When used, the caster always goes first for 5 turns.

Contest Type:
Points Worth:
Contest:
______________________________________________________________________________
Triple Kick

Type: Fighting
Damage: 10
Accuracy: 90%
PP: 10
Category: Physical
Info: When used, the user attacks 1-3 times

Contest Type: Cool
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, it can be used the next appeal without a penalty
______________________________________________________________________________
Trump Card

Type: Normal
Damage: Varies
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 5
Category: Special
Info: When your PP for this attack starts to drop, then the power will
      increase

Contest Type:
Points Worth:
Contest: If first to appeal, then you get a extra +1 points
______________________________________________________________________________
Twineedle

Type: Bug
Damage: 25
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 20
Category: Physical
Info: When used, the caster attacks twice. Also has a 20% chance of
      causing poison status

Contest Type: Cool
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, it can be used the next appeal without a penalty
______________________________________________________________________________
Twister

Type: Dragon
Damage: 40
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 20
Category: Special
Info: When used, it has a 20% chance of causing the opponent to flinch.
      Can also double damage if the opponent is using Fly.

Contest Type: Cool
Points Worth: 3
Contest: None
______________________________________________________________________________

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||                        Move List: Letter U                               ||
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U-Turn

Type: Bug
Damage: 70
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 20
Category: Physical
Info: When used, the caster switches out for another Pokemon after doing
      the attack

Contest Type: Cute
Points Worth: None
Contest: When used, the points you gain are equal to 4, but -1 every
         voltage point the judge has.
______________________________________________________________________________
Uproar

Type: Normal
Damage: 50
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 10
Category: Special
Info: When used, the caster cannot be inflicted with sleep status for
      2-5 turns

Contest Type: Cute
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, all judge's voltage is lowered by -1
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||                        Move List: Letter V                               ||
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Vacuum Wave

Type: Fighting
Damage: 40
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 30
Category: Special
Info: When used, the caster always goes first, regardless of the
      opponent's speed

Contest Type: Smart
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, the caster appeals first during the next turn.
______________________________________________________________________________
Vicegrip

Type: Normal
Damage: 55
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 30
Category: Special
Info: None

Contest Type: Tough
Points Worth: 3
Contest: None
______________________________________________________________________________
Vine Whip

Type: Grass
Damage: 35
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 15
Category: Physical
Info: None

Contest Type: Cool
Points Worth: 3
Contest: None
______________________________________________________________________________
Vital Throw

Type: Fighting
Damage: 70
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 10
Category: Physical
Info: When used, the caster goes last, but the attack will always be
      100% accurate.

Contest Type: Cool
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, the caster appeals last during the next turn.
______________________________________________________________________________
Volt Tackle

Type: Electric
Damage: 120
Accuracy: 100
PP: 15
Category: Physical
Info: When used, the caster receives damage after use. Has a 10% chance
      of paralyze

Contest Type: Cool
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If the previous Pokemon got maximum voltage, you get a extra
         +3 points

Side Note: The only way to get Volt Tackle on a Pokemon is to breed a
           Pikachu or Raichu that is holding a Light Orb with another
           Pokemon to get a Pichu. This can be done with a Female
           Pikachu/Raichu and another Pokemon/Ditto, or a Male
           Pikachu/Raichu and Ditto.
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||                        Move List: Letter W                               ||
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Wake-up Slap

Type: Fighting
Damage: 60
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 10
Category: Physical
Info: When used, it causes double damage when the opponent is asleep.
      However, it will also wake up the opponent on the same turn.

Contest Type: Smart
Points Worth: None
Contest: When used, the points you gain are equal to 4, but -1 every
         voltage point the judge has.
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Water Gun

Type: Water
Damage: 40
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 25
Category: Special
Info: None

Contest Type: Cute
Points Worth: 3
Contest: None
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Water Pulse

Type: Water
Damage: 60
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 20
Category: Special
Info: When used, it has a 20% chance of causing confusion

Contest Type: Beauty
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If first to appeal, then you get a extra +2
______________________________________________________________________________
Water Sport

Type: Water
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 15
Category: Other
Info: When used, any fire type attacks do less damage

Contest Type: Cute
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, the Pokemon after this one cannot raise the judge's
         voltage
______________________________________________________________________________
Water Spout

Type: Water
Damage: Varies
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 5
Category: Special
Info: When used, the damage dealt depends on the caster's HP. The more
      HP the caster has, the more damage it does.

Contest Type: Beauty
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If the previous Pokemon got maximum voltage, you get a extra
         +3 points
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Waterfall

Type: Water
Damage: 80
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 15
Category: Physical
Info: When used, it has a 20% chance of causing the opponent to flinch

Contest Type: Tough
Points Worth: 3
Contest: None
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Weather Ball

Type: Normal
Damage: Varies
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 10
Category: Special
Info: When used, it depends on the current weather condition of battle.
      Changes type depending on the weather condition being used.

Contest Type: Smart
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, it increases the judge's voltage by 2 instead of 1
______________________________________________________________________________
Whirlpool

Type: Water
Damage: 15
Accuracy: 70
PP: 15
Category: Special
Info: When used, it damages the opponent at the end of each turn for 2-5
      turns

Contest Type: Beauty
Points Worth: None
Contest: If first to appeal, then you get a extra +1
______________________________________________________________________________
Whirlwind

Type: Normal
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 20
Category: Other
Info: When used in a wild Pokemon battle, it ends the battle. If used in
      a trainer battle, it forces the opponent to switch Pokemon.

Contest Type: Smart
Points Worth: None
Contest: When all the Pokemon have appealed to the same judge, then you
         get +15 points
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Will-o-wisp

Type: Fire
Damage: -
Accuracy: 75%
PP: 15
Category: Other
Info: When used, it causes the opponent to become burned

Contest Type: Beauty
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If first to appeal, then you get a extra +2
______________________________________________________________________________
Wing Attack

Type: Flying
Damage: 60
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 35
Category: Special
Info: None

Contest Type: Cool
Points Worth: 3
Contest: None
______________________________________________________________________________
Wish

Type: Normal
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 10
Category: Other
Info: When used, it recovers 1/2 of the maximum HP after 1 turn

Contest Type: Cute
Points Worth: None
Contest: When used, the points gained is equal to the voltage the judge
         currently has
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Withdraw

Type: Water
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 40
Category: Other
Info: When used, it increases the caster's defense up one level

Contest Type: Cute
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, the Pokemon after this one cannot raise the judge's
         voltage
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Wood Hammer

Type: Grass
Damage: 120
Accuracy: 100
PP: 15
Category: Physical
Info: When used, the user receives recoil damage equal to the amount
      done to the opponent

Contest Type: Tough
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If first to appeal, then you get a extra +2
______________________________________________________________________________
Worry Seed

Type: Grass
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 10
Category: Other
Info: When used, it causes the opponent's ability to change to insomnia
      (Meaning it cannot sleep)

Contest Type: Beauty
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, the Pokemon after this one cannot lower the judge's
         voltage
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Wrap

Type: Normal
Damage: 15
Accuracy: 85%
PP: 20
Category: Physical
Info: When used, it damages the opponent at the end of each turn for 2-5
      turns

Contest Type: Tough
Points Worth: None
Contest: If first to appeal, then you get a extra +1
______________________________________________________________________________
Wring Out

Type: Normal
Damage: Varies
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 5
Category: Special
Info: When used, the damage depends on the opponent's HP. The lower it
      is, the higher the attack is.

Contest Type: Smart
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If the previous Pokemon got maximum voltage, you get a extra
         +3 points
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||                        Move List: Letter X                               ||
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X-scissor

Type: Bug
Damage: 80
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 15
Category: Physical
Info: None

Contest Type: Beauty
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If first to appeal, then you get a extra +2
______________________________________________________________________________

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Yawn

Type: Normal
Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
PP: 10
Category: Other
Info: When used, the opponent goes to sleep after 1 turn

Contest Type: Cute
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, the Pokemon after this one cannot lower the judge's
         voltage
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||                        Move List: Letter Z                               ||
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Zap Cannon

Type: Electric
Damage: 120
Accuracy: 50%
PP: 5
Category: Special
Info: Always inflicts paralysis status when it hits

Contest Type: Cool
Points Worth: 2
Contest: When used, it increases the judge's voltage by 2 instead of 1
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Zen Headbutt

Type: Psychic
Damage: 80
Accuracy: 90%
PP: 15
Category: Special
Info: Has a 20% chance of causing the opponent to flinch

Contest Type: Beauty
Points Worth: 2
Contest: If last to appeal, then you get a extra +2
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                          ||   TABLE OF CONTENT   ||             || IT02 ||
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   ||          Name                   ||           Section #               ||
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    ||     -Stones                    ||             IT03                 ||
    ||     -Trade Items               ||             IT04                 ||
    ||     -Incense                   ||             IT05                 ||
    ||     -Plates                    ||             IT06                 ||
    ||     -Type-Specific Hold Items  ||             IT07                 ||
    ||     -Pokemon-Specific Hold Item||             IT08                 ||
    ||     -EV Items                  ||             IT09                 ||
    ||     -Choice Items              ||             IT10                 ||
    ||     -Contest Scarfs            ||             IT11                 ||
    ||     -Misc. Hold Items          ||             IT12                 ||
    ||     -HP/Revive Recovery Items  ||             IT13                 ||
    ||     -PP Items                  ||             IT14                 ||
    ||     -Status Curing Items       ||             IT15                 ||
    ||     -Sell Items                ||             IT16                 ||
    ||     -Mail                      ||             IT17                 ||
    ||     -Fossils                   ||             IT18                 ||
    ||     -Battle-only Stat Items    ||             IT19                 ||
    ||     -Shards                    ||             IT20                 ||
    ||     -Other Items               ||             IT21                 ||
    ||     -Pokeballs                 ||             IT22                 ||
    ||     -Apricorns                 ||             IT23                 ||
    ||     -Key Items List            ||             IT24                 ||
    \\--------------------------------------------------------------------//

Note: Big thanks to serebii.net and Bulbapedia for information on the
      locations of these items. I've pretty much gotten the items, but I did
      use these two while playing to find items.



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||                              Stones                                      ||
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Dawn Stone

Location: Can be won in the Bug Catching Contest, bought with points in the
          Poketholon Dome on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday,
          or gotten on Route 17 via a trainer call.

Cost: 3000 Poketholon Points

Effect: Used to Evolve a Male Kirlia into Gallade and a Female Snorunt into
        Frosslass.
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Dusk Stone

Location: Can be won in the Bug Catching Contest, bought with points in the
          Poketholon Dome on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday,
          or found in Cerulean Cave, or gotten on Route 17 via a trainer call

Cost: 3000 Poketholon Points

Effect: Used to Evolve Misdreavus into Mismagius and Murkrow into Honchkrow.
______________________________________________________________________________
Fire Stone

Location: Can be won in the Bug Catching Contest, bought with points in the
          Poketholon Dome on Tuesday, Thursday, and Sunday, or gotten from
          Bill Grandfather in his house on route 25 by showing him a
          Growlithe (HG) or Vulpix (SS), or on Route 36 via a trainer call.

Cost: 3000 Poketholon Points

Effect: Used to evolve Vulpix into Ninetales, Growlithe into Arcanine, and
        Eevee into Flareon.
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Leaf Stone

Location: Can be won in the Bug Catching Contest, bought with points in the
          Poketholon Dome on Thursday and Saturday, gotten from Bill
          Grandfather in his house on route 25 by showing him a Gloom, or on
          Route 34 via a trainer call.

Cost: 2500 Poketholon Points

Effect: Evolves Gloom into Vileplume, Weepinbell into Victreebel, Exeggcute
        into Exeggutor, and Nuzleaf into Shiftry
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Moon Stone

Location: Can be won in the Bug Catching Contest, bought with points in the
          Poketholon Dome on Monday and Wednesday, or found every Monday night
          on the top of Mt. Moon, or found on wild Clefairy and Cleffa

Cost: 3000 Poketholon Points

Effect: Evolves Nidorina into Nidoqueen, Nidorino into Nidoking, Clefairy
        into Clefable, Jigglypuff into Wigglytuff, and Skitty into Delcatty.
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Oval Stone

Location: Can be won in the Bug Catching Contest, or your mother can randomly
          purchase it for you.

Cost: None

Effect: When equipped to a Happiny and leveled up, it will evolve into a
        Chansey.
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Shiny Stone

Location: Can be won in the Bug Catching Contest on Monday, Wednesday,
          Thursday, Saturday and Sunday, or bought with points in the
          Poketholon Dome, or found on route 14 via a trainer call.

Cost: 3000 Poketholon Points

Effect: Evolves Togetic into Togekiss and Roselia into Roserade.
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Thunderstone

Location: Can be won in the Bug Catching Contest, bought with points in the
          Poketholon Dome on Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday, or gotten from
          Bill Grandfather in his house on route 25 by showing him a Pikachu,
          or on Route 38 via a trainer call.

Cost: 2500 Poketholon Points

Effect: Evolves Pikachu into Raichu and Eevee into Jolteon
______________________________________________________________________________
Sun Stone

Location: Can be won in the Bug Catching Contest, bought with points in the
          Poketholon Dome on Monday or Sunday, or on Route 13 via a trainer
          call.

Cost: 3000 Poketholon Points

Effect: Evolves Gloom into Bellossom and Sunkern into Sunflora
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Water Stone

Location: Can be won in the Bug Catching Contest, bought with points in the
          Poketholon Dome on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday, or gotten
          from Bill Grandfather in his house on route 25 by showing him a
          Staryu, or on Route 42 via a trainer call.

Cost: 2500 Poketholon Points

Effect: Evolves Poliwhirl into Poliwrath, Shellder into Cloyster, Staryu into
        Starmie, Eevee into Vaporeon, and Lombre to Ludicolo.
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||                       Hold Items for Evolution                           ||
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Dragon Scale

Location: Found on Mt. Silver, can be bought at the Poketholon Dome on
          Wednesday or Friday, or Held by wild Horsea, Seadra, Dratini and
          Dragonair

Cost: 2500 Poketholon Points

Effect: Evolves Seadra into Kingdra when traded
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Deepseascale

Location: Found on Route 20 or Held by wild Chinchou, Lanturn, and Relicanth.
          Use Thief or catch them to get.

Cost: None

Effect: When attached to Clampearl, its Special Defense is Doubled. If a
        Clampearl is traded with this attached, it will evolve into a
        Gorebyss.
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Deepseatooth

Location: Found on Route 20 or Held by wild Carvanha and Sharpedo. Use Thief
          or catch them to get it.

Cost: None

Effect: When attached to Clampearl, its Special Attack is Doubled. If a
        Clampearl is traded with this attached, it will evolve into a Huntail.
______________________________________________________________________________
Dubious Disc

Location: Can be found in Mt. Mortar with rock climb.

Cost: None

Effect: Evolves Porygon2 into Porygon-Z when traded
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Electrizer

Location: Cerulean Cave

Cost: None

Effect: Evolves Electabuzz into Electivire when traded
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Magmitizer

Location: Top of Cinnibar Islands

Cost: None

Effect: Evolves Magmar into Magmotar.
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King's Rock

Location: Slowpoke well, bought at the Poketholon Dome on Monday, Thursday, or
          Sunday, or on wild Poliwhirl or Slowpoke.

Cost: 3000 Poketholon Points

Effect: Raises chance of the opponent to Flinch. Evolves Poliwhirl into
        Politoed and Slowpoke into Slowking when traded.
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Metal Coat

Location: Given to you by a man on the S.S. Aqua on your first visit, can be
          bought at the Poketholon Dome on Tuesday, Friday, and Saturday, or
          found on wild Magnemite, Magneton or Steelix.

Cost: 2500 Poketholon Points

Effect: Raises Steel moves by 10%. Also evolves Onix into Steelix and Scyther
        into Scizor when traded.
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Protector

Location: Mt. Mortar

Cost: None

Effect: Evolves Rhydon into Rhyperior when traded
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Razor Claw

Location: Battle Frontier

Cost: 48 BP

Effect: When Equipped to Sneasel and it levels up at night, will
        evolve into a Weavile.
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Razor Fang

Location: Battle Frontier

Cost: 48 BP

Effect: When Equipped to a Gligar and it levels up at night, will
        evolve into a Gliscor
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Reaper Cloth

Location: Mt. Silver

Cost: None

Effect: Evolves Dusclops into Dusknoir when traded
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Up-Grade

Location: Given to you by a guard at Sliph Co.

Cost: None

Effect: Evolves Porygon into Porygon2 when traded
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||                              Incense                                     ||
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Full Incense

Location: Mt. Mortar. Need rock climb to get to it.

Cost: None

Effect: When held by a Pokemon in battle, the holder will always attack last.
        When held by a female Snorlax and breed, the egg will produce a
        Munchlax (Can also be used on a male Snorlax and breed with a Ditto).
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Lax Incense

Location: Route 38

Cost: None

Effect: When held by a Pokemon in battle, the foe Pokemon will have its
        Accuracy decreased by 5% (Good with Double Team or Swords Dance).
        When held by a female Wobbuffet and breed, the egg will produce a
        Wynaut (Can also be used on a male Snorlax and breed with a Ditto).
______________________________________________________________________________
Luck Incense

Location: Surf in Vermillion City on a sand ledge near the dock

Cost: None

Effect: When held by a Pokemon in battle, the money prize at the end of
        battle will be double (Same as the Amulet Coin). When held by
        a Chansey or Blissey and breed, the egg will produce a Happiny.
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Odd Incense

Location: Cerulean Cave

Cost: None

Effect: When held by a Pokemon in battle, Psychic type attacks will be
        increased. When held by a female Mr. Mime and breed, the egg will
        produce a Mime Jr. (Can also be used on a Male Mr. Mime and Breed
        with Ditto).
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Pure Incense

Location: Mt. Silver

Cost: None

Effect: When held by a Pokemon, wild Pokemon will appear less frequently if
        that particular Pokemon is first in the team. When held by a female
        Chimecho, the egg will produce a Chingling (Can also be used on Male
        Chimecho and Breed with Ditto).
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Rock Incense

Location: Diglett's Cave. Need rock climb to get to it.

Cost: None

Effect: When held by a Pokemon in battle, Rock type attacks will be increased.
        When held by a female Sudowoodo, the egg will produce a Bonsly (Can
        also be used on Male Sudowoodo and Breed with Ditto).
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Rose Incense

Location: Route 15

Cost: None

Effect: When held by a Pokemon in battle, Grass type attacks will be
        increased. When held by a female Roselia or Roserade, the egg will
        produce a Budew (Can also be used on Male Roselia and Roserade and
        Breed with ditto).
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Sea Incense

Location: Cerulean Cave

Cost: None

Effect: When held by a Pokemon in battle, water type attacks will be increased
        by 5%. When held by a female Marill or Azumarill, the egg will produce
        a Azurill. (Can also be used on Male Marill and Azumarill and breed
        with Ditto).
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Wave Incense

Location: Route 47

Cost: None

Effect: When held by a Pokemon in battle, water type attacks will be
        increased. When held by a female Mantine, the egg will produce a
        Mantyke (Can also be used on Male Mantine and breed with Ditto).
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||                              Plates                                      ||
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Draco Plate

Location: Must import from D/P/Pl

Cost: None

Effect: When attached to a Pokemon in battle, increases Dragon moves.
        Attaching it to Arceus turns him into a Dragon type Pokemon.
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Dread Plate

Location: Dig for in the Underground, Old Chateau

Cost: None

Effect: When attached to a Pokemon in battle, increases Dark moves. Attaching
        it to Arceus turns him into a Dark type Pokemon.
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Earth Plate

Location: Must import from D/P/Pl

Cost: None

Effect: When attached to a Pokemon in battle, increases Ground moves.
        Attaching it to Arceus turns him into a Ground type Pokemon.
______________________________________________________________________________
Fist Plate

Location: Must import from D/P/Pl

Cost: None

Effect: When attached to a Pokemon in battle, increases Fighting moves.
        Attaching it to Arceus turns him into a Fighting type Pokemon.
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Flame Plate

Location: The captain of the S.S. Aqua will give it to you

Cost: None

Effect: When attached to a Pokemon in battle, increases Fire moves. Attaching
        it to Arceus turns him into a Fire type Pokemon.
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Icicle Plate

Location: Must import from D/P/Pl

Cost: None

Effect: When attached to a Pokemon in battle, increases Ice moves. Attaching
        it to Arceus turns him into a Ice type Pokemon.
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Insect Plate

Location: Must import from D/P/Pl

Cost: None

Effect: When attached to a Pokemon in battle, increases Bug moves. Attaching
        it to Arceus turns him into a Bug type Pokemon.
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Iron Plate

Location: Must import from D/P/Pl

Cost: None

Effect: When attached to a Pokemon in battle, increases Steel moves.
        Attaching it to Arceus turns him into a Steel type Pokemon.
______________________________________________________________________________
Meadow Plate

Location: Must import from D/P/Pl

Cost: None

Effect: When attached to a Pokemon in battle, increases Grass moves.
        Attaching it to Arceus turns him into a Grass type Pokemon.
______________________________________________________________________________
Mind Plate

Location: Must import from D/P/Pl

Cost: None

Effect: When attached to a Pokemon in battle, increases Psychic moves.
        Attaching it to Arceus turns him into a Psychic type Pokemon.
______________________________________________________________________________
Sky Plate

Location: Must import from D/P/Pl

Cost: None

Effect: When attached to a Pokemon in battle, increases Flying moves.
        Attaching it to Arceus turns him into a Flying type Pokemon.
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Splash Plate

Location: The Captain of the S.S. Aqua will give it to you

Cost: None

Effect: When attached to a Pokemon in battle, increases Water moves.
        Attaching it to Arceus turns him into a Water type Pokemon.
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Spooky Plate

Location: Must import from D/P/Pl

Cost: None

Effect: When attached to a Pokemon in battle, increases Ghost moves.
        Attaching it to Arceus turns him into a Ghost type Pokemon.
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Stone Plate

Location: Must import from D/P/Pl

Cost: None

Effect: When attached to a Pokemon in battle, increases Rock moves. Attaching
        it to Arceus turns him into a Rock type Pokemon.
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Toxic Plate

Location: Must import from D/P/Pl

Cost: None

Effect: When attached to a Pokemon in battle, increases Poison moves.
        Attaching it to Arceus turns him into a Poison type Pokemon.
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Zap Plate

Location: Equipped on the Spiky Eared Pichu when you get it

Cost: None

Effect: When attached to a Pokemon in battle, increases Electric moves.
        Attaching it to Arceus turns him into a Electric type Pokemon.
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||                      Type-Specific Hold Items                            ||
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Black Belt

Location: Given to you by one of the Weekday Siblings on Wednesday at the Lake
          of Rage

Cost: None

Effect: Fighting moves are increased by 10%
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Blackglasses

Location: Other side of the Dark Cave

Cost: None

Effect: Dark moves are increased by 10%
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Charcoal

Location: Azalea Town

Cost: None

Effect: Fire moves are increased by 10%
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Dragon Fang

Location: Dragon's Den

Cost: None

Effect: Dragon moves are increased by 10%
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Hard Stone

Location: Given by one of the Weekday Siblings on Thursday on Route 36. Also
          found on wild Corsola, Aron, and Nosepass

Cost: None

Effect: Rock moves are increased by 10%
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Magnet

Location: Given by one of the Weekday Siblings on Sunday on Route 37.

Cost: None

Effect: Electric moves are increased by 10%
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Metal Coat

Location: Given to you by a man on the S.S. Aqua on your first visit, can be
          bought at the Poketholon Dome on Tuesday, Friday, and Saturday, or
          found on wild Magnemite, Magneton or Steelix.

Cost: 2500 Poketholon Points

Effect: Raises Steel moves by 10%. Also evolves Onix into Steelix and Scyther
        into Scizor when traded.
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Miracle Seed

Location: Given to you when you first enter Route 32

Cost: None

Effect: Grass moves are increased by 10%
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Mystic Water

Location: Ruins of Alph

Cost: None

Effect: Water moves are increased by 10%
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Nevermeltice

Location: Ice Path

Cost: None

Effect: Ice moves are increased by 10%
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Poison Barb

Location: Given by one of the Weekday Siblings on Route 32 on Friday, or
          found on wild Roselia, Budew, Skorupi, Tentacool, Tentacruel,
          Qwilfish, and Drapion.

Cost: None

Effect: Poison moves are increased by 10%
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Sharp Beak

Location: Given by one of the Weekday Siblings on Route 40 on Monday, or found
          on wild Fearow and Doduo

Cost: None

Effect: Flying moves are increased by 10%
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Silk Scarf

Location: One of the items that your mother gives to you when you allow her
          a percentage of your money gained.

Cost: None

Effect: Normal moves are increased by 10%
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Silver Powder

Location: Must import from D/P/Pl

Cost: None

Effect: Bug moves are increased by 10%
______________________________________________________________________________
Soft Sand

Location: Given to you by one of the Weekday Siblings in Blackthorn City on
          Saturday, or on wild Diglett or Dugtrio

Cost: None

Effect: Ground moves are increased by 10%
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Spell Tag

Location: Celadon City

Cost: None

Effect: Ghost moves are increased by 10%
______________________________________________________________________________
Twistedspoon

Location: Given to you by one of the Weekday Siblings on Roue 29 or found on
          wild Abra and Kadabra

Cost: None

Effect: Psychic moves are increased by 10%
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||                     Pokemon-Specific Hold Items                          ||
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Adamant Orb

Location: On Dialga when you get it from the Arceus Event

Cost: None

Effect: When equipped to Dialga, it increases the power of any Steel or
        Dragon type moves Dialga uses.
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Deepseascale

Location: Held by wild Chinchou, Lanturn, and Relicanth. Use Thief or catch
          them to get.

Cost: None

Effect: When attached to Clampearl, its Special Defense is Doubled. If a
        Clampearl is traded with this attached, it will evolve into a
        Gorebyss.
______________________________________________________________________________
Deepseatooth

Location: Held by wild Carvanha and Sharpedo. Use Thief or catch them to get

Cost: None

Effect: When attached to Clampearl, its Special Attack is Doubled. If a
        Clampearl is traded with this attached, it will evolve into a
        Huntail.
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Griseous Orb

Location: On Giratina when you get it from the Arceus Event

Cost: None

Effect: When attached to Giratina, it turns him into his Origin Form.
______________________________________________________________________________
Light Ball

Location: Found as a item in a Pokewalker course. Can be found on wild Pikachu
          with a 5% success rate, attached to a gift Pikachu when transferred
          from Pokemon Battle Revolution

Cost: None

Effect: When attacked to Pikachu, its special is doubled
______________________________________________________________________________
Lucky Punch

Location: If you have a Chansey, show the man on Route 14 it and he will give
          you the Lucky Punch. Can be found on wild Happiny with a 5% success
          rate, can also be gotten from Pokemon FR/LG in a side quest

Cost: None

Effect: When attached to Chansey, its chances of a Critical hit will be more
        common.
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Lustrous Orb

Location: On Palkia when you get it from the Arceus Event

Cost: None

Effect: When equipped to Palkia, it increases the power of any Water or
        Dragon type moves Palkia uses.
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Metal Powder

Location: Found on wild Ditto with a 5% encounter rate

Cost: None

Effect: When attached to Ditto, its Special Defense and Defense are
        both doubled
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Quick Powder

Location:  Found on wild ditto with a 50% encounter rate

Cost: None

Effect: When attached to Ditto, its Speed is doubled
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Soul Dew

Location: Given to you in a event when you give the enigma stone to the
          scientist at the pewter museum. Can also be gotten as a gift in
          Pokemon Battle Revolution for 14,400 Pokecoupons

Cost: 14,400 Pokecoupons (PBR Only)

Effect: When attached to Latias or Latios, it raises its Special Attack
        and Special Defense x 1.5
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Stick

Location: Can be found in a itemball on Route 11. Found on Wild Farfetch'd
          with a 5% encounter rate. Can also be found on a Farfetch'd in FR/LG
          when you trade a Spearow in Vermilion City

Cost: None

Effect: When attached to Farfetch'd, its chances of a Critical Hit are raised.
______________________________________________________________________________
Thick Club

Location: Found on wild Cubone with a 5% encounter rate. Can also be found on
          Wild Marowak in FR/LG with a 5% encounter rate

Cost: None

Effect: When attached to Cubone or Marowak, it doubles their Attack Power
        (Only attack, not Special attack)
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||                             EV Items                                     ||
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Macho Brace

Location: On a Machop when you trade for it at the Goldenrod Department Store
          for your Drowzee.

Cost: None

Effect: When attached to a Pokemon, it will greatly decrease its speed, but
        will give you Double of any Effort Values it might get (Say you get 2
        Attack and 2 Special attack from a Pokemon. Now, every Pokemon will
        be worth 4 attack and 4 Special)
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Power Anklet

Location: Can be bought at the Battle Frontier

Cost: 16 BP

Effect: When attached to a Pokemon, it will greatly decrease its speed, but
        automatically give you 4 EV points in Speed after every battle IN
        ADDITION TO whatever point you get from a Pokemon(Say, for example:
        You normally get 1 Attack from a Pokemon. Now, you will get 1 Attack
        point and 4 Speed from beating it.)
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Power Band

Location: Can be bought at the Frontier

Cost: 16 BP

Effect: When attached to a Pokemon, it will greatly decrease its speed, but
        automatically give you 4 EV points in Sp. Defense after every battle
        IN ADDITION TO whatever point you get from a Pokemon (Say, for
        example: You normally get 1 Attack from a Pokemon. Now, you will get
        1 Attack point and 4 Sp. Defense from beating it.)
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Power Belt

Location: Can be bought at the Frontier

Cost: 16 BP

Effect: When attached to a Pokemon, it will greatly decrease its speed, but
        automatically give you 4 EV points in Defense after every battle IN
        ADDITION TO whatever point you get from a Pokemon (Say, for example:
        You normally get 1 Attack from a Pokemon. Now, you will get 1 Attack
        point and 4 Defense from beating it.)
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Power Bracer

Location: Can be bought at the Battle Frontier

Cost: 16 BP

Effect: When attached to a Pokemon, it will greatly decrease its speed, but
        automatically give you 4 EV points in Attack after every battle IN
        ADDITION TO whatever point you get from a Pokemon (Say, for example:
        You normally get 1 Attack from a Pokemon. Now, you will get 5 attack
        points for beating it)
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Power Lens

Location: Can be bought at the Battle Frontier

Cost: 16 BP

Effect: When attached to a Pokemon, it will greatly decrease its speed, but
        automatically give you 4 EV points in Sp. Attack after every battle
        IN ADDITION TO whatever point you get from a Pokemon (Say, for
        example: You normally get 1 Attack from a Pokemon. Now, you will get
        1 Attack point and 4 Sp. Attack from beating it.)
______________________________________________________________________________
Power Weight

Location: Can be bought at the Battle Frontier

Cost: 16 BP

Effect: When attached to a Pokemon, it will greatly decrease its speed, but
        automatically give you 4 EV points in HP after every battle IN
        ADDITION TO whatever point you get from a Pokemon (Say, for example:
        You normally get 1 Attack from a Pokemon. Now, you will get 1 Attack
        point and 4 HP from beating it.)
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Calcium

Location: Can be bought at the Goldenrod and Celadon Department Stores or at
          the Battle Frontier

Cost: 9,800 (Goldenrod and Celadon)
      1 BP (Battle Frontier)

Effect: When you give this to a Pokemon, it will automatically give it 10 EV
        points in Special Attack. However, if the Pokemon's total EV points
        in that stat is over 100, you cannot give it to them, meaning you can
        only give a total of 10 if they have no EV points in that area (and
        only if they do not have the max 510 for all stats).
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Carbos

Location: Can be bought at the Goldenrod and Celadon Department Stores or at
          the Battle Frontier

Cost: 9,800 (Goldenrod and Celadon)
      1 BP (Battle Frontier)

Effect: When you give this to a Pokemon, it will automatically give it 10 EV
        points in Speed. However, if the Pokemon's total EV points in that
        stat is over 100, you cannot give it to them, meaning you can only
        give a total of 10 if they have no EV points in that area (and only
        if they do not have the max 510 for all stats).
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HP UP

Location: Can be bought at the Goldenrod and Celadon Department Stores or at
          the Battle Frontier

Cost: 9,800 (Goldenrod and Celadon)
      1 BP (Battle Frontier)

Effect: When you give this to a Pokemon, it will automatically give it 10 EV
        points in the HP Stat. However, if the Pokemon's total EV points in
        that stat is over 100, you cannot give it to them, meaning you can
        only give a total of 10 if they have no EV points in that area (and
        only if they do not have the max 510 for all stats).
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Iron

Location: Can be bought at the Goldenrod and Celadon Department Stores or at
          the Battle Frontier

Cost: 9,800 (Goldenrod and Celadon)
      1 BP (Battle Frontier)

Effect: When you give this to a Pokemon, it will automatically give it 10 EV
        points in Defense. However, if the Pokemon's total EV points in that
        stat is over 100, you cannot give it to them, meaning you can only
        give a total of 10 if they have no EV points in that area (and only
        if they do not have the max 510 for all stats).
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Protein

Location: Can be bought at the Goldenrod and Celadon Departments Stores or at
          the Battle Frontier

Cost: 9,800 (Goldenrod and Celadon)
      1 BP (Battle Frontier)

Effect: When you give this to a Pokemon, it will automatically give it 10 EV
        points in Attack. However, if the Pokemon's total EV points in that
        stat is over 100, you cannot give it to them, meaning you can only
        give a total of 10 if they have no EV points in that area (and only
        if they do not have the max 510 for all stats).
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Zinc

Location: Can be bought at the Goldenrod and Celadon Department Stores or at
          the Battle Frontier

Cost: 9,800 (Goldenrod and Celadon)
      1 BP (Battle Frontier)

Effect: When you give this to a Pokemon, it will automatically give it 10 EV
        points in Special Defense. However, if the Pokemon's total EV points
        in that stat is over 100, you cannot give it to them, meaning you can
        only give a total of 10 if they have no EV points in that area (and
        only if they do not have the max 510 for all stats).
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Choice Band

Location: Battle Frontier Shop

Cost: 48 BP

Effect: When attached to a Pokemon, it will raise its Attack by 50%, but it
        will be forced to use only one move until it is called back.
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Choice Specs

Location: Found at the other side of the Lake of Rage

Cost: None

Effect: When attached to a Pokemon, it will raise its Sp. Attack by 50%, but
        it will be forced to use only one move until it is called back.
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Choice Scarf

Location: Either given to you by your mother when you allow her to have some
          of your money, or from the Battle Frontier Shop

Cost: 48 BP

Effect: When attached to a Pokemon, it will raise its Speed by 50%, but it
        will be forced to use only one move until it is called back.
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Blue Scarf

Location: Must import from D/P/Pl

Cost: None

Effect: When attached to a Pokemon, its beauty rating is increased while in
        contests
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Green Scarf

Location: Must import from D/P/Pl

Cost: None

Effect: When attached to a Pokemon, its Smart rating is increased while in
        contests
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Pink Scarf

Location: Must import from D/P/Pl

Cost: None

Effect: When attached to a Pokemon, its cute rating is increased while in
        contests
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Red Scarf

Location: Must import from D/P/Pl

Cost: None

Effect: When attached to a Pokemon, its Cool rating is increased while in
        contests
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Yellow Scarf

Location: Must import from D/P/Pl

Cost: None

Effect: When attached to a Pokemon, its Tough rating is increased while in
        contests
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||                          Misc. Hold Items                                ||
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Amulet Coin

Location: Found in the Goldenrod Underground Basement.

Cost: None

Effect: When attached to a Pokemon and that Pokemon battles, you will receive
        double of any cash you get after battle.
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Big Root

Location: Found on a ledge on Route 3

Cost: None

Effect: When using a move that steals HP and heals you (Such as Leech Seed,
        Leech Life, etc), you will recover more HP.
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Black Sludge

Location: Can be found near Mewtwo in Cerulean Cave. Also Found on wild Grimer
          and Muk.

Cost: None

Effect: When attached to a Poison Pokemon, it serves the same purpose as
        leftovers and recovers HP each turn. If attached to a non-Poison
        type Pokemon, it damages it each turn.
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Bright Powder

Location: Given to you by DJ Mary after saving the Goldenrod Radio Tower, also
          bought in the Battle Frontier

Cost 48 BP

Effect: When attached to a Pokemon, it raises the evasiveness of that Pokemon,
        making it harder to hit.
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Cleanse Tag

Location: Given to you by a lady in a house on Route 5.

Cost: None

Effect: When attached to the first Pokemon in your team, Wild Pokemon
        encounters will go down.
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Damp Rock

Location: Must import from D/P/Pl

Cost: None

Effect: When attached to a Pokemon and it uses Rain Dance, the amount of
        turns it is active will be increased.
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Destiny Knot

Location: Route 27

Cost: None

Effect: When a Pokemon uses a move such as Attract and it is effective, and a
        Pokemon is holding this item, then the other Pokemon will also be
        effected by Attract's effect (Also known as Infatuated).
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Everstone

Location: Given to you when you show Togepi to Prof Elm, and can be won in the
          bug catching contest for second prize.

Cost: None

Effect: When attached to a Pokemon, it will not evolve when it meets the
        necessary requirements to evolve. Also, when attached to a Female
        Pokemon while breeding with a Non-Ditto Pokemon, there is a higher
        chance the baby will have the mother's nature
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Expert Belt

Location: Mt. Silver, get from Pokemon Battle Revolution

Cost: 7,200 Pokecoupons

Effect: When attached to a Pokemon, it raises the power of any Super Effective
        moves it might have (Such as a grass attack against a water Pokemon)
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EXP Share

Location: Given to you by Mr. Pokemon when you give him the Red Scale from the
          Red Gyarados.

Cost: None

Effect: When attached to a Pokemon, it will receive 0.5 of any EXP during
        battle, any EV points gotten from the Pokemon just defeated, and
        addition to any other EXP Bonus (Such as a trade bonus). The EXP counts
        as if the Pokemon participated, so the battling Pokemon will only
        receive 1/2 HP. Split down more when more then 1 Pokemon have EXP
        share equipped, but all of them always get the same amount of EV
        Points.
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Flame Orb

Location: Battle Frontier Shop

Cost: 16 BP

Effect: When attached to a Pokemon, it will be damaged at the end of each turn
        with Burn status. Also causes addition effects when thrown with the
        Fling Move.
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Focus Band

Location: Battle Frontier shop

Cost: 48 BP

Effect: When a Pokemon is about to faint, it will occasionally prevent the
        move from knocking it out, leaving the Pokemon with 1 HP left (Often
        fails on the next turn)
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Focus Sash

Location: Given to you by your mother when you allow her to save up enough
          money, Battle Frontier Shop

Cost: 48 BP

Effect: When attached to a Pokemon, it will always leave 1 HP if a move the
        opponent uses a attack that would normally knock it out as long as you
        have full HP. It is a one use item, and will be used up on the turn
        you used to block if you are not using it in Linked Battles.
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Grip Claw

Location: Seafoam Island, 5% chance of wild Sneasel holding it

Cost: None

Effect: When attached to a Pokemon, moves that often trap a opponent (Such as
        Fire Spin and Wrap), have a longer duration time.
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Heat Rock

Location: Must be imported from D/P/Pl

Cost: None

Effect: When attached to a Pokemon and it uses Sunny Day, the duration of
        Sunny Day is increased.
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Icy Rock

Location: Must be imported from D/P/Pl

Cost: None

Effect: When attached to a Pokemon and it uses Hail, the duration of Hail is
        increased.
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Iron Ball

Location: Mt. Mortar

Cost: None

Effect: When attached to a Pokemon, it decreases its speed. When attached to a
        Flying Pokemon or a Pokemon with the Levitate ability, Ground type
        moves can effect it.
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Lagging Tail

Location: Route 48, Wild Lickitung and Slowpoke have a 5% chance of  having
          it.

Cost: None

Effect: When attached to a Pokemon, it will always cause that Pokemon to go
        last.
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Leftovers

Location: Found on the wild Snorlax near Diglett's Cave, can also be found
          with Pickup.

Cost: None

Effect: After every turn (When both you and your opponent attacks), you will
        gain back 1/16th of your HP.
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Life Orb

Location: Ruins of Alph hidden chamber

Cost: None

Effect: When attached to a Pokemon, it will increase its attack damage each
        turn when it attacks, but it will lower its HP each turn if it does
        attack.
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Light Clay

Location: Route 10

Cost: None

Effect: When attached to a Pokemon and it uses Reflect or Light Screen, the
        duration of those moves is increased.
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Lucky Egg

Location: Found on wild Chansey with a 5% success rate and via the Pickup
          ability

Cost: None

Effect: When attached to a Pokemon, it will give any Pokemon that battles
        0.5 extra of any EXP it might get in battle in addition to any EXP it
        might get from another bonus (Such as trade bonus, which will give it
        2x EXP when a traded Pokemon has a battle and gets EXP)
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Mental Herb

Location: Route 7

Cost: None

Effect: When attached to a Pokemon and it gets hit with a move such as Charm,
        it will heal itself instantly. However, it will be gone after one use
        unless you use it only in Link battles.
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Metronome

Location: Can be bought at the Goldenrod Game Corner, or found on wild
          Chatot, Kricketot, or Kricketune with a 5% chance rate.

Cost: 1,000 Coins

Effect: When attached to a Pokemon and it uses a move over and over without
        stop, it will raise the power of that move.
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Muscle Band

Location: Given by your mother when you allow her to save up enough money, or
          you can buy it from the Battle Frontier Shop

Cost: 48 BP

Effect: When attached to a Pokemon, any Physical type moves it uses is
        increased.
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Power Herb

Location: Battle Frontier Shop

Cost: 48 BP

Effect: When you use a move such as Solarbeam or any other move that requires
        you to charge up on the first turn, it allows you to go ahead and
        use that move on the first turn. Is used up once a move like that
        is used.
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Quick Claw

Location: Pokemon School in Violet City

Cost: None

Effect: When attached to a Pokemon, there is a small chance that it will go
        first that turn despite any speed differences.
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Scope Lens

Location: Battle Frontier Shop

Cost: 48 BP

Effect: When attached to a Pokemon, its chances of getting a Critical Hit
        are increased somewhat.
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Shed Shell

Location: Can be won as a runner up prize in the Bug Catching Contest, Wild
          Venomoth, Beautifly, and Dustox have a 5%  chance of holding it.

Cost: None

Effect: When attached to a Pokemon, it will always allow it to switch out
        when a Ability such as Arena Trap or any other move that prevents
        escape is used (If I also remember correctly, it is a one use item,
        but I am not too sure.)
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Shell Bell

Location: Route 32

Cost: None

Effect: When attached to a Pokemon, it will restore 1/8 of its HP at the end
        of each turn if that Pokemon attacks. However, it does not apply to
        stuff such as Sandstorm and Hail.
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Smooth Rock

Location: Must be imported from D/P/Pl

Cost: None

Effect: When attached to a Pokemon that uses Sandstorm, the number of turns
        it is used is increased.
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Sooth Bell

Location: Comes with the Steelix that Jasmine trades to you

Cost: None

Effect: When attached to a Pokemon, its Happiness raises much quicker then it
        normally would.
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Sticky Barb

Location: Must be imported from D/P/Pl

Cost: None

Effect: When attached to a Pokemon, it will slowly receive damage each turn.
        However, if a opponent uses a Physical attack then it will be
        attached to them. May be a one-use item.
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Toxic Orb

Location: Battle Frontier Shop

Cost: 16 BP

Effect: When attached to a Pokemon, it will damage the Pokemon at the end of
        the turn with Poison. Also causes additional effects when thrown with
        the fling move.
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White Herb

Location: Battle Frontier Shop

Cost: 48 BP

Effect: When attached to a Pokemon and it gains a status effect, it is
        instantly cured. It is used up once the Pokemon is hit by a status
        effect move.
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Wide Lens

Location: Can be purchased at the Goldenrod Game Corner

Cost: 1000 Coins

Effect: When attached to a Pokemon, it raises the Pokemon's accuracy a little.
______________________________________________________________________________
Zoom Lens

Location: Goldenrod Game Corner

Cost: 1,000 Coins

Effect: When attached to a Pokemon, it increases its accuracy if the Pokemon
        holding it is attacked on the first turn.
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Potion

Location: Pretty much every Pokemart

Cost: 300p

Effect: When used on a Pokemon, recovers 20 HP.
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Super Potion

Location: Pretty much every Pokemart after getting your first badge

Cost: 700p

Effect: When used on a Pokemon, recovers 50 HP.
______________________________________________________________________________
Hyper Potion

Location: Pretty much every Pokemart after getting 5 badges

Cost: 1,200p

Effect: When used on a Pokemon, recovers 200 HP.
______________________________________________________________________________
Max Potion

Location: Pretty much every Pokemart after getting 7 badges

Cost: 2,500p

Effect: When used on a Pokemon, recovers all HP
______________________________________________________________________________
Full Restore

Location: Pretty much every Pokemart after getting 8 badges

Cost: 3000p

Effect: When used on a Pokemon, recovers all HP and cures any status effect it
        might have
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Berry Juice

Location: Found on the Shuckle you get in Cianwood. If you give a Shuckle a
          Oran Berry, it will become Berry Juice overtime.

Cost: None

Effect: Recovers 20 HP
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Fresh Water

Location: Department stores in Veilstone and Celadon Cities in a vending
          machine on the top floor. Also sold at the Mt. Moon gift shop
          at the top of Mt. Moon.

Cost: 200p

Effect: When used on a Pokemon, it recovers 50 HP.
______________________________________________________________________________
Soda Pop

Location: Department stores in Veilstone and Celadon Cities in a vending
          machine on the top floor. Also sold at the Mt. Moon gift shop
          at the top of Mt. Moon.

Cost: 300p

Effect: When used on a Pokemon, it recovers 60 HP.
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Lemonade

Location: Department stores in Veilstone and Celadon Cities in a vending
          machine on the top floor. Also sold at the Mt. Moon gift shop
          at the top of Mt. Moon.

Cost: 350p

Effect: When used on a Pokemon, it recovers 80 HP.
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MooMoo Milk

Location: Route 39, bought in the Poketholon Dome with points, Wild Milktank
          have a 100% chance of having it on them.

Cost: 100 Poketholon Points

Effect: When used on a Pokemon, it recovers 100 HP.
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Revive

Location: Pretty much every Pokemart after getting 3 badges

Cost: 1,500p

Effect: When used on a fainted Pokemon, it cures it from KO status and
        recovers 1/2 of its HP
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Max Revive

Location: Found randomly in the game

Cost: None

Effect: When used on a fainted Pokemon, it cures it from KO status and
        recovers all of its HP
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Sacred Ash

Location: Given to you by one of Oak's Aids in the Gatehouse on Route 2, found
          on Ho-Oh when you capture it.

Cost: None

Effect: Can recover a entire party of Pokemon and fully restore their HP.
        Can only be used in battle.
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Energypowder

Location: The Herb Shop that appear in the Goldenrod Underground

Cost: 500p

Effect: When used on a Pokemon, it recovers 50 HP. Because it is bitter, it
        will cause the Pokemon's Happiness to go down.
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Energy Root

Location: The Herb Shop that appear in the Goldenrod Underground

Cost: 800p

Effect: When used on a Pokemon, it recovers 200 HP. Because it is bitter, it
        will cause the Pokemon's Happiness to go down.
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Revival Herb

Location: The Herb Shop that appear in the Goldenrod Underground

Cost: 2,800P

Effect: When used on a fainted Pokemon, it cures it from KO status and
        recovers all of its HP. Because it is bitter, it will cause a
        Pokemon's happiness to go down.
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Ether

Location: Can be found via Rock Smash. Also found randomly throughout the
          world.

Cost: None

Effect: When used on a Pokemon, recovers 10 PP to one move
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Max Ether

Location: Can be found via Rock Smash. Also found randomly throughout the
          world.

Cost: None

Effect: When used on a Pokemon, recovers all PP to one move
______________________________________________________________________________
Elixir

Location: Pickup ability, Rock Smash, or found randomly throughout the world.

Cost: None

Effect: When used on a Pokemon, recovers 10 PP to all Moves.
______________________________________________________________________________
Max Elixir

Location: Rock Smash, or found randomly throughout the world.

Cost: None

Effect: When used on a Pokemon, recovers all PP to all moves.
______________________________________________________________________________
PP UP

Location: Found Randomly throughout the world

Cost: None

Effect: When used of a Pokemon, it raises the PP of a certain move by
        a small amount
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PP Max

Location: Can be found in Diglett's cave by using the Rock Climb ability.

Cost: None

Effect: When used of a Pokemon, it raises the PP of a certain move to its
        maximum.
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Antidote

Location: Pretty much every Pokemart

Cost: 100p

Effect: When used on a Pokemon, cures that Pokemon of the Poison Status
        effect.
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Awakening

Location: Pretty much every Pokemart after 1 badge

Cost: 250p

Effect: When used on a Pokemon, cures that Pokemon of the Sleeping
        Status effect.
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Burn Heal

Location: Pretty much every Pokemart after 1 badge

Cost: 250p

Effect: When used on a Pokemon, cures that Pokemon of the Poison Status
        effect.
______________________________________________________________________________
Ice Heal

Location: Pretty much every Pokemart after 1 badge

Cost: 250p

Effect: When used on a Pokemon, cures that Pokemon of the Frozen Status
        effect.
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Paralyze Heal

Location: Pretty much every Pokemart

Cost: 200p

Effect: When used on a Pokemon, cures that Pokemon of the Paralyze
        Status effect.
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Full Heal

Location: Pretty much every Pokemart after 5 badges

Cost: 600p

Effect: When used on a Pokemon, cures any status effect besides KO.
______________________________________________________________________________
Heal Powder

Location: Can be found in the Herb Shop that is found in the Goldenrod
          Underground

Cost: 450p

Effect: When used on a Pokemon, any status effect besides KO. Because
        it is bitter, it will cause the Pokemon's happiness to drop.
______________________________________________________________________________
Lava Cookie

Location: Either import from the Pokewalker or Platinum.

Cost: 200p

Effect: When used on a Pokemon, cures any status effect besides KO.
______________________________________________________________________________
Old Gateau

Location: Either import from the Pokewalker or D/P/Pl.

Cost: None

Effect: When used on a Pokemon, cures any status effect besides KO.
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Tinymushroom

Location: Wild Paras with a 50% encounter rate

Cost: None

Effect: Can be sold for 250p
______________________________________________________________________________
Big Mushroom

Location: Wild Paras with a 5% encounter rate

Cost: None

Effect: Can be sold for 2,500p
______________________________________________________________________________
Pearl

Location: Wild Shellder with a 50% encounter rate

Cost: None

Effect: Can be sold for 700p
______________________________________________________________________________
Big Pearl

Location: Wild Gulpin, Shellder, Clampearl with a 5% encounter rate

Cost: None

Effect: Can be sold for 3,750p
______________________________________________________________________________
Stardust

Location: Wild Staryu with a 50% encounter rate

Cost: None

Effect: Can be sold for 1,000p
______________________________________________________________________________
Star Piece

Location: Wild Staryu with a 5% encounter rate

Cost: None

Effect: Can be sold for 4,900p
______________________________________________________________________________
Nugget

Location: Very very rare pickup item at lower levels

Cost: None

Effect: Can be sold for 5,000p
______________________________________________________________________________
Rare Bone

Location: Must import from D/P/Pl

Cost: None

Effect: Can be sold for 5,000p
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Air Mail

Location: Pretty much every Pokemart

Cost: 50p

Effect: When attached to a Pokemon, it allows you to type a certain message
        about something.
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Bloom Mail

Location: Various Pokemarts

Cost: 50p

Effect: When attached to a Pokemon, it allows you to type a certain message
        about something.
______________________________________________________________________________
Bubble Mail

Location: Various Pokemarts

Cost: 50p

Effect: When attached to a Pokemon, it allows you to type a certain message
        about something.
______________________________________________________________________________
Flame Mail

Location: Various Pokemarts

Cost: 50p

Effect: When attached to a Pokemon, it allows you to type a certain message
        about something.
______________________________________________________________________________
Grass Mail

Location: Various Pokemarts

Cost: 50p

Effect: When attached to a Pokemon, it allows you to type a certain message
        about something.
______________________________________________________________________________
Heart Mail

Location: Various Pokemarts

Cost: 50p

Effect: When attached to a Pokemon, it allows you to type a certain message
        about something.
______________________________________________________________________________
Snow Mail

Location: Various Pokemarts

Cost: 50p

Effect: When attached to a Pokemon, it allows you to type a certain message
        about something.
______________________________________________________________________________
Space Mail

Location: Various Pokemarts

Cost: 50p

Effect: When attached to a Pokemon, it allows you to type a certain message
        about something.
______________________________________________________________________________
Steel Mail

Location: Various Pokemarts

Cost: 50p

Effect: When attached to a Pokemon, it allows you to type a certain message
        about something.
______________________________________________________________________________
Tunnel Mail

Location: Various Pokemarts

Cost: 50p

Effect: When attached to a Pokemon, it allows you to type a certain message
        about something.
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Armor Fossil

Location: Must import from D/P/Pl

Cost: None

Effect: When brought to the Pewter Museum, it can be revived into a Shieldon.
______________________________________________________________________________
Claw Fossil

Location: Found Randomly via Rock Smash after getting the National Dex.

Cost: None

Effect: When brought to the Pewter Museum, it can be revived into a Anorith.
______________________________________________________________________________
Dome Fossil

Location: Found Randomly via Rock Smash.

Cost: None

Effect: When brought to the Pewter Museum, it can be revived into a Kabuto.
______________________________________________________________________________
Helix Fossil

Location: Found Randomly via Rock Smash.

Cost: None

Effect: When brought to the Pewter Museum, it can be revived into a Omanyte.
______________________________________________________________________________
Root Fossil

Location: Found Randomly via Rock Smash after getting the national dex.

Cost: None

Effect: When brought to the Pewter Museum, it can be revived into a Lileep.
______________________________________________________________________________
Skull Fossil

Location: Must import from D/P/Pl

Cost: None

Effect: When brought to the Pewter Museum, it can be revived into a Cranidos.
______________________________________________________________________________
Old Amber

Location: Dig up from the underground (After getting the National Dex)

Cost: None

Effect: When brought to the Pewter Museum, it can be revived into a
        Aerodactyl.
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X Attack

Location: Goldenrod and Celdadon Department Stores.

Cost: 500p

Effect: When used in battle, it increases your Attack power a little bit for
        that battle
______________________________________________________________________________
X Defense

Location: Goldenrod and Celdadon Department Stores.

Cost: 550p

Effect: When used in battle, it increases your Defense a little bit for that
        battle
______________________________________________________________________________
X Sp. Def

Location: Goldenrod and Celdadon Department Stores.

Cost: 350p

Effect: When used in battle, it increases your Sp. Defense a little bit for
        that battle
______________________________________________________________________________
X Special

Location: Goldenrod and Celdadon Department Stores.

Cost: 350p

Effect: When used in battle, it increases your Sp. Attack power a little bit
        for that battle
______________________________________________________________________________
X Speed

Location: Goldenrod and Celdadon Department Stores.

Cost: 350p

Effect: When used in battle, it increases your Speed a little bit for that
        battle
______________________________________________________________________________
X Accuracy

Location: Goldenrod and Celdadon Department Stores.

Cost: 950p

Effect: When used in battle, it increases your Accuracy a little bit for that
        battle
______________________________________________________________________________
Guard Spec

Location: Goldenrod and Celdadon Department Stores.

Cost: 700p

Effect: Does not allow status decreasing moves against your party for 5 turns.
______________________________________________________________________________
Dire Hit

Location: Goldenrod and Celdadon Department Stores.

Cost: 650p

Effect: When used in battle, it increases your Critical Hit Ratio a little bit
        for that battle
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||                              Shards                                      ||
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Blue Shard

Location: Randomly found by using Rock Smash

Cost: None

Effect: Give to the Jugglers in Violet and Fuchsia City, and they will give
        you three different types of berries in return.
______________________________________________________________________________
Green Shard

Location: Randomly found by using Rock Smash

Cost: None

Effect: Give to the Jugglers in Violet and Fuchsia City, and they will give
        you three different types of berries in return.
______________________________________________________________________________
Yellow Shard

Location: Randomly found by using Rock Smash

Cost: None

Effect: Give to the Jugglers in Violet and Fuchsia City, and they will give
        you three different types of berries in return.
______________________________________________________________________________
Red Shard

Location: Randomly found by using Rock Smash

Cost: None

Effect: Give to the Jugglers in Violet and Fuchsia City, and they will give
        you three different types of berries in return.
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||                           Other Items                                    ||
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Rare Candy

Location: Pickup Ability, Can be gotten off of Shuckle if you attach a Oran
          Berry and let it sit for a long time.

Cost: None

Effect: When used on a Pokemon, it raises its max level up 1. It does not
        take into account EV points, so make sure you max them out first.
        Maximum is lv 100.
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Heart Scale

Location: Wild Luvdisc with a 50% encounter rate, found randomly via Rock
          Smash, can be bought in the Poketholon Dome.

Cost: 1000 Poketholon Points

Effect: When given a move re-learner, he will teach your Pokemon moves it
        should have learned or could have learned earlier, depending on its
        level.
______________________________________________________________________________
Escape Rope

Location: At pretty much every Pokemart once you get 1 badge

Cost: 550p

Effect: When used in a cave or building, it will transport you to the
        beginning of that area.
______________________________________________________________________________
Fluffy Tail

Location: Must trade from RSE

Cost: None

Effect: When used in a Wild Pokemon battle, it allows you to escape.
______________________________________________________________________________
Poke Doll

Location: Goldenrod and Celadon Department Stores, sold in the shop on top
          of Mt. Moon

Cost: 1,000

Effect: When used in a Wild Pokemon battle, it allows you to escape.
______________________________________________________________________________
Shoal Salt

Location: Must be traded from RSE

Cost: None

Effect: Event item from RSE. Does not have any use.
______________________________________________________________________________
Shoal Shell

Location: Must be traded from RSE

Cost: None

Effect: Event item from RSE. Does not have any use.
______________________________________________________________________________
Blue Flute

Location: Trade from RSE

Cost: None

Effect: When used on a sleeping Pokemon, it wakes it up.
______________________________________________________________________________
Red Flute

Location: Trade from RSE

Cost: None

Effect: When used on a attracted Pokemon, it snaps them out of it.
______________________________________________________________________________
Yellow Flute

Location: Trade from RSE

Cost: None

Effect: When used on a confused Pokemon, it snaps them out of it
______________________________________________________________________________
Black Flute

Location: Trade from RSE

Cost: None

Effect: When used on the field, it causes wild Pokemon encounters to go
        down.
______________________________________________________________________________
White Flute

Location: Trade from RSE

Cost: None

Effect: When used on the field, it causes wild Pokemon encounters to go
        up.
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Poke Ball

Location: Pretty much every Pokemart

Cost: 200p

Effect: When used on a wild Pokemon, it has a 1x chance of catching a
        Pokemon.
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Great Ball

Location: Pretty much every Pokemart after getting 3 badges

Cost: 600p

Effect: When used on a wild Pokemon, it has a 1.5x chance of catching a
        Pokemon.
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Ultra Ball

Location: Pretty much every Pokemart after getting 5 badges

Cost: 1,200p

Effect: When used on a wild Pokemon, it has a 2x chance of catching a
        Pokemon.
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Premier Ball

Location: Get 1 for every Pokeball you buy

Cost:

Effect: When used on a wild Pokemon, it has a 1x chance of catching a
        Pokemon.
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Safari Ball

Location: Used in the Great Marsh

Cost:

Effect: When used on a wild Pokemon, it has a 1.5x chance of catching a
        Pokemon. Can only be used in the Great Marsh.
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Dive Ball

Location: Solaceon Town

Cost: 200p

Effect: When used on a wild Pokemon, it has a 1x chance of catching a
        Pokemon (Useless in Sinnoh because of a lack of dive-able spots|
        so it is a carry over)
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Dusk Ball

Location: Pokemon League Pokemart, some Pokemarts.

Cost: 1,000

Effect: When used on a wild Pokemon, it has a 1x chance of catching a
        Pokemon. When used at night or in a cave, the catch rate goes
        up to 4x
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Heal Ball

Location: Pokemon League Pokemart, some Pokemarts.

Cost: 300p

Effect: When used on a wild Pokemon, it has a 1x chance of catching a
        Pokemon. Heals Pokemon and cures status effects only after
        capture.
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Luxury Ball

Location: Pokemon League Pokemart, some Pokemarts.

Cost: 300p

Effect: When used on a wild Pokemon, it has a 1x chance of catching a
        Pokemon. When captured, its base happiness is higher then a
        normally caught Pokemon.
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Nest Ball

Location: Pokemon League Pokemart, some Pokemarts.

Cost: 1,000p

Effect: Depending on the Pokemon level, the capture rate chances.The
        highest is a 3x, while the lowest is a normal Pokeball. Works
        best on extremely higher Level Pokemon.
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Net Ball

Location: Pokemon League Pokemart, some Pokemarts.

Cost: 1,000p

Effect: When used on a wild Pokemon, it has a 1x chance of catching a
        Pokemon. When used on a Bug or Water Pokemon, the capture rate
        changes to 3x
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Quick Ball

Location: Pokemon League Pokemart, some Pokemarts.

Cost: 1,000p

Effect: When the battle begins, the capture rate is at 4x. Every 5
        turns the capture rate goes by 1x. By 15 turns, the capture
        rate is at 1x.
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Repeat Ball

Location: Pokemon League Pokemart, some Pokemarts.

Cost: 1,000p

Effect: When used on a wild Pokemon, it has a 1x chance of catching a
        Pokemon. When used on a Pokemon you have caught before (When
        there is a Pokeball symbol by its name), then the capture
        rate goes up to 3x.
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Timer Ball

Location: Pokemon League Pokemart, some Pokemarts.

Cost: 1,000p

Effect: For every 10 turns, the capture rate increases. It stars out at
        1x, but goes up to 4x after 40 turns. After 40 turns, it
        remains at 4x.
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Fast Ball

Location: Made by kurt by giving him White Apricorns

Cost: None

Effect: If you use it on certain Pokemon that flee from battle, it has a 4x
        chance of capturing those Pokemon
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Friend Ball

Location: Made by kurt by giving him Green Apricorns

Cost: None

Effect: When you capture a Pokemon, it increases its max happiness from its
        normal minumum when it is caught.
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Heavy Ball

Location: Made by kurt by giving him Black Apricorns

Cost: None

Effect: Depending on the weight of the Pokemon, the capture weight will be
        higher. The heavier the Pokemon, the easier it is to capture.
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Level Ball

Location: Made by kurt by giving him Red Apricorns

Cost: None

Effect: Depending on how much higher your levels is then the wild Pokemon you
        are facing, the higher the capture rate.
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Love Ball

Location: Made by kurt by giving him Pink Apricorns

Cost: None

Effect: If the Pokemon you are facing is the opposite gender of your current
        Pokemon, then the capture rate will be higher.
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Lure Ball

Location: Made by kurt by giving him Blue Apricorns

Cost: None

Effect: If you are in battle with a wild Pokemon that you caught while
        Fishing, then the capture rate will be higher.
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Moon Ball

Location: Made by kurt by giving him Yellow Apricorns

Cost: None

Effect: If you are up against a Nidorino, Nidorina, Clefairy, Jigglypuff, or
        a Skitty, the capture rate is much higher.
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Sport Ball

Location: Given to you when you do the Bug Capturing Contest

Cost: None

Effect: Has a normal 1.5 catch of capturing a Pokemon. Used only in the Bug
        Capture Contest.
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Master Ball

Location: Galactic HQ as a event item, 1st Prize in the Jublife TV
          Lottery.

Cost: None

Effect: Will always capture a wild Pokemon no matter what.
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Cherish Ball

Location: Event Pokemon only

Cost: None

Effect: The ball many event Pokemon come in, the Cherish ball cannot
        be bought and cannot be used.
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Black Apricorn

Location: Route 31, 33, 37, 43, and Bought in the Poketholon Dome

Cost: 200 Poketholon Points

Effect: Can give to Kurt in Azalea Town to make Heavy Balls and is used in
        Apricorn Juice.
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Blue Apricorn

Location: Route 26, 36, 37, and bought in the Poketholon Dome

Cost: 200 Poketholon Points

Effect: Can give to Kurt in Azalea Town to make Lure Balls and is used in
        Apricorn Juice.
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Green Apricorn

Location: Route 11, 29, 30, 35, 42, 45, 46, and bought in the Poketholon
          Dome

Cost: 200 Poketholon Points

Effect: Can give to Kurt in Azalea Town to make Friend Balls and is used in
        Apricorn Juice.
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Pink Apricorn

Location: Route 2, 30, 33, 42, and bought in the Poketholon Dome

Cost: 200 Poketholon Points

Effect: Can give to Kurt in Azalea Town to make Love Balls and is used in
        Apricorn Juice.
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Red Apricorn

Location: Route 37, 44, and bought in the Poketholon Dome

Cost: 200 Poketholon Points

Effect: Can give to Kurt in Azalea Town to make Level Balls and is used in
        Apricorn Juice.
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White Apricorn

Location: Route 3, 33, 38, and bought in the Poketholon Dome

Cost: 200 Poketholon Points

Effect: Can give to Kurt in Azalea Town to make Fast Balls and is used in
        Apricorn Juice.
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Yellow Apricorn

Location: Route 8, 32, 42, 46

Cost: 200 Poketholon Points

Effect: Can give to Kurt in Azalea Town to make Moon Balls and is used in
        Apricorn Juice.
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Apricorn Case

Location: Given to you by a man in a house on Route 30

Cost: None

Effect: Stores Apricorns
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Berry Pots

Location: Given to you by a man on Route 36 when you beat the Sudowoodo.

Cost: None

Effect: Allows you to grow berries in it.
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Bicycle

Location: Go to the Bike Shop on the right side of town and talk to the man
          inside

Cost: None

Effect: Allows you to go faster. Has similar traction to the higher gear of
        the bike in D/P/Pl, but not the speed.
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Blue Card

Location: Given to you by Buena's Aid on the second floor of the Goldenrod
          Radio Tower after beating Team Rocket.

Cost: None

Effect: Allows you to store points for the Buena Password radio game
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Blue Orb

Location: Given to you by Mr. Pokemon in his house on Route 30 once you beat
          Red and get the Kanto starters in HeartGold.

Cost: None

Effect: Makes Kyogre appear
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Card Key

Location: Given to you by the Radio Tower Manager after rescuing him in the
          Goldenrod Underground

Cost: None

Effect: Opens shutters on the third floor of the radio tower.
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Clear Bell

Location: Given to you by the Kimono Sisters once you beat them in HeartGold

Cost: None

Effect: Makes Ho-Oh appear on the Bell Tower
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Coin Case

Location: Found in a item ball in the Goldenrod Underground

Cost: None

Effect: Allows you to store coins you win at the two game corners: one in
        Goldenrod and one in Celadon.
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Enigma Stone

Location: Event item

Cost: None

Effect: Used in event to get the other version of the Lati@s twins.
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Fashion Case

Location: Given to you by your other gendered rival the first time you go near
          the underground

Cost: None

Effect: Allows you to store accessories to dress your Pokemon up in.
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GB Sounds

Location: Found in the Celadon Mansion 3rd floor once you get all 16 badges

Cost: None

Effect: Changes the music to the original Gold/Silver/Crystal version. If the
        music did not exist back then, then a 8-bit version of that track is
        played.
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Good Rod

Location: Given to you by a fisherman in Olivine City

Cost: None

Effect: Allows you to capture mid level Water Pokemon
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Gracidea

Location: Given to you by the girl in the flower shop in Goldenrod when you
          have the event Shaymin

Cost: None

Effect: Transforms Shaymin into its Sky Form
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Jade Orb

Location: Given to you by Prof. Oak when you have both Groundon and Kyogre in
          your party

Cost: None

Effect: Makes Rayquaza appear
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Dowsing MCHN

Location: Given by a m