Walkthrough by KeyBlade999
Pokemon Soul Silver on SuperCheats.com
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                  |       Pokémon HeartGold Version       |
                  |       Pokémon SoulSilver Version      |
                  |                                       |
                  |           An FAQ/Walkthrough          |
                  |             By KeyBlade999            |
                  |                                       |
                  |           Total Size: 616 KB          |
                  |         Current Version: v1.00        |
                  |  Previous Update: 10:01 PM 7/30/2011  |
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0. Contents**************************HS0*************************************
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   |                    Section Title                    |  CTRL+F Tag   |
   |                                                     |               |
    >---------------------------------------------------< >-------------<
   |   0. Contents                                       |   **HS0**     |
   |   1. Intro                                          |   **HS1**     |
   |   2. Version History                                |   **HS2**     |
   |   3. Legalities                                     |   **HS3**     |
    >---------------------------------------------------< >-------------<
   |   4. Walkthrough                                    |   **HS4**     |
   |      I- Through Violet's Gym                        |   **HS41**    |
   |      II- Through Azalea's Gym                       |   **HS42**    |
   |      III- Through Goldenrod's Gym                   |   **HS43**    |
   |      IV- Through Ecruteak's Gym                     |   **HS44**    |
   |      V- Through Cianwood's Gym                      |   **HS45**    |
   |      VI- Through Olivine's Gym                      |   **HS46**    |
   |      VII- Through Mahogany's Gym                    |   **HS47**    |
   |      VIII- Through Blackthorn's Gym                 |   **HS48**    |
   |      IX- Through the Pokémon League                 |   **HS49**    |
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   |      X- Exploring Kanto: Through Vermillion's Gym   |   **HS410**   |
   |      XI- Through Saffron's Gym                      |   **HS411**   |
   |      XII- Through Cerulean's Gym                    |   **HS412**   |
   |      XIII- Through Celadon's Gym                    |   **HS413**   |
   |      XIV- Through Fuchsia's Gym                     |   **HS414**   |
   |      XV- Through Pewter's Gym                       |   **HS415**   |
   |      XVI- Through Cinnabar's Gym                    |   **HS416**   |
   |      XVII- Through Viridian's Gym                   |   **HS417**   |
   |      XVIII- Through Mt. Silver                      |   **HS418**   |
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1. Intro**************************HS1****************************************
Welcome to my third full FAQ for a mainstream Pokémon game, again on the DS.
This one is for the Gold/Silver remakes known as HeartGold and SoulSilver.
Erm... Not much else to say, I guess. Good luck, and enjoy.

2. Version History**************************HS2******************************
v0.01 - General format laid out. Got Contents, Intro, and Legal documented. As
        for the walkthrough, working on Section I. Ready for the first real
        trip through Route 30.  12:15 AM 7/16/2011
v0.05 - Section I complete. Working on Route 32 in Section II.
        11:55 PM 7/17/2011
v0.10 - Section II complete. Ready to start Goldenrod in Section III. The FAQ
        size also went above 100 KB today (is now 114 KB).  12:04 AM 7/19/2011
v0.15 - Section III complete. Ready to do Route 36 in Section IV.
        12:22 AM 7/20/2011
v0.20 - Section IV complete. Ready to start Olivine City in Section V.
        12:01 AM 7/21/2011
v0.30 - Sections V and VI complete. Starting Route 42 in Section VII. Also, the
        FAQ became larger than 200 KB today (is now 246 KB). 11:57 PM 7/22/2011
v0.31 - Feeling tired for some reason. Ready to start the Team Rocket hideout
        in Section VII.  12:05 AM 7/24/2011
v0.35 - Section VII completed. Working on the Team Rocket invasion in
        Goldenrod in Section VIII; just past the rival battle. The FAQ is now
        305 KB large.  12:28 AM 7/25/2011
v0.40 - Section VIII complete. Ready to start the legendary-catching in Section
        IX.  12:19 AM 7/26/2011
v0.50 - Section IX completed, and no further. Thusly, I've finished the Johto
        walkthrough and half of the whole thing! The size is now 414 KB.
        12:14 AM 7/28/2011
v0.70 - Those Kanto sections are short! Finished Section X, XI, XII, XIII, and
        XIV of the walkthrough. The size is now 512 KB. So, yeah, now it's the
        biggest FAQ I've ever written for a Pokémon game.  11:42 PM 7/28/2011
v0.75 - Wonder what happened to yesterday's speed? Anyhow, finished Section XV
        of the walkthrough. Ready to start Route 21 in Section XVI.
        11:59 PM 7/29/2011
v1.00 - Finished Sections XVI, XVII, and XVIII of the walkthrough. As such, the
        walkthrough and this guide is done. (Also finally managed to put the
        "é" wherever needed. And probably then some. :P).
          ~~ Start-End Time: 15 days.
          ~~ File Size     : 616 KB.
          ~~ Time of Update: 10:01 PM 7/30/2011.

3. Legalities**************************HS3***********************************
Should this FAQ be located on a site other than GameFAQs, Neoseeker,
Supercheats, or any other site I have given permission for usage to, or if
this is copied onto another person's guide without my express permission via
e-mail (SKYDRIFTERS@aol.com), I will see you in court!

© 2011 Daniel Chaviers (AKA KeyBlade999).


4. Walkthrough**************************HS4**********************************

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                                New Bark Town
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Tentacool     |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Surfing           |
|  Tentacruel    |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Tentacool     |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Tentacool     |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Chinchou      |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Shellder      |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    3%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Chinchou      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Shellder      |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Tentacruel    |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Lanturn       |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    3%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: There are no Trainers available for battle here.      |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Let's explain the above table. This will show encounter rates for each Pokémon
with each method. Sometimes a Pokémon is of a specific version (Vers.); a
HeartGold Pokémon is HG, and SoulSilver is SS. Then there are the encounter
rates for the morning (4:00 AM to 9:59 AM), day (10:00 AM to 7:59 PM), and
night (8:00 PM to 3:59 AM). The method explains how to get it - whatever I say
can be an action (ie. surfing), a place (ie. grass), or an item (ie. Old Rod).
Generally, this is easy to interpret if you have the correct method available.
For this guide, I decided to do away with the stuff post-National Dex.

As for the Trainers' Pokémon, I won't give individual strategies per Trainer
as I did with my D/P/Pt FAQs, either. I'll simply list the Pokémon and levels.
(You realize that the charts almost were most of the data in those FAQs?). You
will know that a Trainer will have this set of Pokémon and so on; I'm just not
doing a strategy or name.

Okay, after starting the game and selecting "New Game", you'll be asked if you
need help with the game. If you don't the last option will do it for you. You
will then meet Prof. Oak and be asked of your gender - boy or girl. If you are
a boy, your partner in-game will be Lyra; if you're a girl, your partner will
be Ethan. For this walkthrough, I will refer to Lyra as your partner if I ever
do. And then you'll be allowed to pick your name and be able to play.

As with most other Pokémon games, you'll start off in your room. Go downstairs
and your mother will speak with you and the menu on the Touch Screen will
become active. You can press X to enter this menu, or tap it with your stylus.
When you're done, leave the house.

When you do, a Marill will come up to you, soon followed by your partner
leaving from Professor Elm's lab. The two will vanish for now. Go left to see
another person peering into the lab. This is your rival, Silver (I'll probably
use the former). If you have a dire urge to be kicked, speak with him and go
into the lab.

When you do, you'll be spoken with a bit. Soon, Elm receives a call from Mr.
Pokémon. Elm will then ask you to pick up what he has for him. You'll need
some form of protection, so you'll get to pick your starter Pokémon. Walk on
up to the machine with the Pokéballs. Press A to start looking around and to
select your starter.

~~ Chikorita is a Grass type Pokémon. It'll evolve at Lv. 16 to Bayleef and
   again at Lv. 32 to Meganium. Grass-types are weak against Fire, Ice, Bug,
   Poison, and Flying moves. They DO have an advantage over Water, Ground, and
   Rock Pokémon, though. Picking this Pokémon will make the game tough to do
   early on, because the first two Gym Leaders are Flying and Bug specialists.

~~ Cyndaquil is a Fire-type Pokémon. It'll evolve at Lv. 14 to Quilava and
   again at Lv. 36 to Typhlosion. Fire-types are weak against Water, Rock, and
   Ground moves. Their advantages are against Ice, Bug, Grass, and Steel. This
   Pokémon will have a relatively easy time until about the 8th gym. It is also
   one the only Fire-types you can own without trading for a while.

~~ Totodile is a Water-type Pokémon. It'll evolve at Lv. 18 to Croconow and
   again at Lv. 30 to Feraligatr. Water-types are weak against Grass and
   Electric moves, while being advantageous against Fire, Rock, and Ground
   types. Water is quite good for a beginning player, as you'll often come
   across Rock/Ground types, and there are two pretty powerful Water-type HMs.

There is something you may want to do while looking at the Pokémon. See, as
you know, you can see a picture of the Pokémon. If you have any prior
experience with Pokémon and know the usual pictures, look. There is a 3 in
8192 chance that one of the Pokémon is shiny. However, that is a mere .0366%
chance, but you never know...

Once you've chosen your starter Pokémon, it'll follow you around for the
course of the game, like your Pikachu in Pokémon Yellow. Aside from Yellow,
HeartGold, and SoulSilver, this feature is nowhere else - not even Gen. V!
This will work for any of the 493 non-glitch Pokémon in the game, as long as
they're in the first slot of your party. You can "talk" to them sometimes and
sometimes get items!

To heal Pokémon, you can use items or Pokémon Centers. For now, until you get
to the next town, you'll have to use the blue PC at the top of the room. Go
exit the lab to be given precisely five Potions. They are items that'll heal
HP - 20 points of it.

Soon after getting the Potions, you'll find your partner. They'll talk to you
and leave. Return to your house and your mother will give you the PokéGear, an
item also in the original G/S/C. This is able to hold phone numbers for now and
change the graphics of it - this will be changed later on. She'll then ask if
you need to know how to use it.

Finally, begin to leave New Bark by going east. Elm will give his number, and
then you get onto the first road of your adventure ...

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                                   Route 29
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Hoothoot      |  Both   |    0%   |   0%  |   85%   |  Grass             |
|  Pidgey        |  Both   |   55%   |  55%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Rattata       |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |   15%   |  Grass             |
|  Sentret       |  Both   |   40%   |  40%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: There are no Trainers available for battle here.      |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Continue west through the grass. This grass is one location where you can
encounter some wild Pokémon. This is the basic grass -- unlike Black/White,
there is no "double battle" grass. The Route itself is rather straightforward.
However, when you can go east, but stay above the ledge and to the northeast
of the route to find a Potion. You'll also find a gatehouse leading to Route 46
but ignore it for now.

Further west, you'll find a tree surprising like a berry tree. IGNORE IT FOR
NOW, and go west into Cherrygrove City.

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                               Cherrygrove City
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Tentacool     |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Surfing           |
|  Tentacruel    |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Krabby        |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Krabby        |  Both   |   37%   |  37%  |   37%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Corsola       |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    0%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Staryu        |  Both   |    0%   |   0%  |    3%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Krabby        |  Both   |   67%   |  67%  |   67%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Corsola       |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |    0%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Staryu        |  Both   |    0%   |   0%  |   30%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Kingler       |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    3%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: There are no Trainers available for battle here.      |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Upon entering Cherrygrove, an old man will talk to you and guide you around
the city. Afterwards, you'll be given the Running Shoes. This feature allows
to run at a high speed (compared to walking). Another unique feature to this
game not even Black/White got was that you can press the shoes icon on the
Touch Screen to lock-on the Running Shoes (ie. not have to hold B).

After this, go to the Pokémon Center to heal if you need to and try to exit
Cherrygrove to the west. The old man will then rush out of his home and give
you the Map Card for the PokéGear, which will let you see the regional map and
your current location via PokéGear. Now, to Route 30.

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                                   Route 30
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Pidgey        |   HG    |   40%   |  50%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Pidgey        |   SS    |   10%   |  50%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Ledyba        |   SS    |   30%   |   0%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Caterpie      |   HG    |   50%   |  35%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Metapod       |   HG    |   10%   |  15%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Weedle        |   SS    |   50%   |  35%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Kakuna        |   SS    |   10%   |  15%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Spinarak      |   HG    |    0%   |   0%  |   30%   |  Grass             |
|  Hoothoot      |   HG    |    0%   |   0%  |   30%   |  Grass             |
|  Hoothoot      |   SS    |    0%   |   0%  |   60%   |  Grass             |
|  Rattata       |  Both   |    0%   |   0%  |   40%   |  Grass             |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Surfing           |
|  Poliwhirl     |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |   40%   |  40%  |   40%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |   93%   |  93%  |   93%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: There are no Trainers available for battle here.      |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

By now, you'll want to have your starter fighting any wild Pokémon you come
upon to fainting for the EXP., unless you plan to catch said Pokémon. Of course
you'll be return to a Pokémon Center for healing, but that tends to be fairly
standard.

A few steps into the Route and you'll find a Potion to your side. Continue
northward and into the house to get an Apricorn Box. An Apricorn Box will store
any Apricorns you get off of the trees like the one on Rt. 29. These had an
ancient usage as primitive Pokéballs. You can use these Apricorns later on to
earn such Pokéballs, although they can't really be transferred to Black/White
as items, individually -- Apricorn Pokéballs are exclusive to G/S/C/HG/SS.
Leave the house to find an Apricorn Tree, in fact.

Continue northward along the route and pick up the Antidote on the side. Do not
go left where the path diverges, but continue straight up. Soon, you'll reach a
house. Grab an Apricorn and go inside.

Here, you'll find Professor Oak and Mr. Pokémon. Mr. Pokémon will give you an
object that you're to give Prof. Elm. (It seems to be an egg.) Oak will then
speak with you and give you the Pokédex. For now, it can document the 256
Pokémon of Kanto, Johto, and the five Pokémon evolutions that came with the
coming of Diamond and Pearl. Okay, leave the house.

You'll then receive a distress call from Prof. Elm, forcing you to answer and
then go back to New Bark Town. Let's return first to Cherrygrove.

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                               Cherrygrove City
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Tentacool     |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Surfing           |
|  Tentacruel    |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Krabby        |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Krabby        |  Both   |   37%   |  37%  |   37%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Corsola       |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    0%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Staryu        |  Both   |    0%   |   0%  |    3%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Krabby        |  Both   |   67%   |  67%  |   67%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Corsola       |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |    0%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Staryu        |  Both   |    0%   |   0%  |   30%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Kingler       |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    3%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: There are no Trainers available for battle here.      |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Heal up here. Try to exit the city to the east to have the red-haired guy from
earlier appear and talk with you. You'll then fight him.
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|  Boss: Passerby Boy  \
|_______________________\____________________________________________________
|  Pokémon: Totodile [if you picked Cyndaquil] (Lv. 5) Water  <--,           |
|           Chikorita [if you picked Totodile] (Lv. 5) Grass  <--+- Only 1.  |
|           Cyndaquil [if you picked Chikorita] (Lv. 5) Fire  <--'           |
|                                                                            |
|  Money Earned: $500                                                        |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  A practice battle if any ever existed. Your rival (this is who he is)     |
|  won't have an non-Normal attack, so you're in luck for now. Later on, you |
|  will need to get a Pokémon with a type-advantage over his starter if you  |
|  want to make this easier. So, for now, use your own Normal-type attack    |
|  (your same-type attack will only do 75% of the norm (you add 50% due to   |
|  the move and Pokémon being the same type, and halve it because it isn't   |
|  very effective).                                                          |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

After the battle, he'll take his Trainer Card back and leave. You should get
on over to Route 29, now.

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                                   Route 29
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Hoothoot      |  Both   |    0%   |   0%  |   85%   |  Grass             |
|  Pidgey        |  Both   |   55%   |  55%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Rattata       |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |   15%   |  Grass             |
|  Sentret       |  Both   |   40%   |  40%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: There are no Trainers available for battle here.      |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Grab an Apricorn from the tree and go east into New Bark Town.

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                                New Bark Town
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Tentacool     |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Surfing           |
|  Tentacruel    |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Tentacool     |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Tentacool     |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Chinchou      |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Shellder      |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    3%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Chinchou      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Shellder      |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Tentacruel    |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Lanturn       |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    3%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: There are no Trainers available for battle here.      |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Okay, remember where the red-haired kid from earlier was at, staring into the
lab? Examine this spot to find a Potion. Then go into the lab.

You'll immediately be accused of being a criminal, soon after which your
partner will object and say otherwise. You'll name the thief (your rival), the
same person who stole [the Pokémon you battled earlier here]. The cop and your
partner will leave, and you'll give Prof. Elm the Mystery Egg.

Leave the lab and go into your house. Speak with your mother and she'll ask if
you want her to save your money. This will reduce your income by approximately
10%, but she'll occasionally buy rare items like a Silk Scarf or a Moon Stone.
The money from battling is sent to her automatically.

Heal up and leave to Route 29.

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                                   Route 29
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Hoothoot      |  Both   |    0%   |   0%  |   85%   |  Grass             |
|  Pidgey        |  Both   |   55%   |  55%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Rattata       |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |   15%   |  Grass             |
|  Sentret       |  Both   |   40%   |  40%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: There are no Trainers available for battle here.      |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

As you get here, your partner will show you how to capture Pokémon. The basic
idea is to lower the Pokémon's HP (preferably into the red) and possibly give
the Pokémon a status (preferably Paralysis or Sleep). The Pokémon itself, it's
current condition, and the Pokéball used will affect the chance of catching
success. Remember, you can only use a Pokéball on a WILD POKEMON or the
Pokéball will be wasted -- remember, not even a Master Ball can catch a caught
Pokémon. (A Park Ball can, but that is technically usually yours.) After the
tutorial, you'll get five Poké Balls. Let's go onto Route 46 real quick.

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                                   Route 46
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Spearow       |  Both   |   35%   |  35%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Rattata       |  Both   |   25%   |  25%  |   55%   |  Grass             |
|  Geodude       |  Both   |   40%   |  40%  |   45%   |  Grass             |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: There are no Trainers available for battle here yet.  |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Why here? Well, you'll want to catch a few new Pokémon, right? Spearow is my
preferred alternate to Pidgey, and Geodude is valuable as a Pokémon in KO'ing
Flying, Fire, Electric, Normal (by resistance), and some others. It is quite
useful in your first gym, for instance. Return to Rt. 29 when done.

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                                   Route 29
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Hoothoot      |  Both   |    0%   |   0%  |   85%   |  Grass             |
|  Pidgey        |  Both   |   55%   |  55%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Rattata       |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |   15%   |  Grass             |
|  Sentret       |  Both   |   40%   |  40%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: There are no Trainers available for battle here.      |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Go on over to Cherrygrove.

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                               Cherrygrove City
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Tentacool     |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Surfing           |
|  Tentacruel    |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Krabby        |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Krabby        |  Both   |   37%   |  37%  |   37%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Corsola       |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    0%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Staryu        |  Both   |    0%   |   0%  |    3%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Krabby        |  Both   |   67%   |  67%  |   67%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Corsola       |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |    0%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Staryu        |  Both   |    0%   |   0%  |   30%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Kingler       |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    3%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: There are no Trainers available for battle here.      |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Here, heal up at the Pokémon Center and you might want to buy some more Poké
Balls. Then go onto Route 30.

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                                   Route 30
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Pidgey        |   HG    |   40%   |  50%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Pidgey        |   SS    |   10%   |  50%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Ledyba        |   SS    |   30%   |   0%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Caterpie      |   HG    |   50%   |  35%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Metapod       |   HG    |   10%   |  15%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Weedle        |   SS    |   50%   |  35%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Kakuna        |   SS    |   10%   |  15%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Spinarak      |   HG    |    0%   |   0%  |   30%   |  Grass             |
|  Hoothoot      |   HG    |    0%   |   0%  |   30%   |  Grass             |
|  Hoothoot      |   SS    |    0%   |   0%  |   60%   |  Grass             |
|  Rattata       |  Both   |    0%   |   0%  |   40%   |  Grass             |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Surfing           |
|  Poliwhirl     |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |   40%   |  40%  |   40%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |   93%   |  93%  |   93%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Rattata Lv. 4                                         |
|                     Pidgey Lv. 2, Rattata Lv. 4                           |
|                     Caterpie Lv. 3, Caterpie Lv. 3                        |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

To reiterate what I said earlier, the Trainers' Pokémon lists the Pokémon of
the usual Trainers. For now, each line will represent a single Trainer, but I
may later have to use two lines or more; such a situation will be noted.

This time, you'll want to go left when you're at the fork -- if you picked up
everything earlier, there's nothing else to say. Now, take the left path and
you'll battle a Trainer with a lone Rattata. After this battle, he'll ask if
you want his number. You'll probably want to refuse it -- all you'll really
get is continual calls about how friggin' great his Rattata is or something.
Also, if you plan to get a Pokémon evolving via Water/Leaf/Fire/Thunderstone,
you'll want to NOT add him. There are only four Trainers you'll want numbers
from, in fact.

After this battle, go further for another battle. After this battle, in the
flower patch to the right, examine the flower four steps below the bottom-right
part of the bottommost tree to find a Potion.

Continue further onward for another battle. You'll then be allowed onto Route
31.

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                                   Route 31
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Pidgey        |   HG    |   40%   |  30%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Pidgey        |   SS    |   10%   |  30%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Ledyba        |   SS    |   30%   |   0%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Caterpie      |   HG    |   35%   |  35%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Metapod       |   HG    |   15%   |  15%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Weedle        |   SS    |   30%   |  35%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Kakuna        |   SS    |   10%   |  15%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Spinarak      |   HG    |    0%   |   0%  |   30%   |  Grass             |
|  Hoothoot      |   HG    |    0%   |   0%  |   10%   |  Grass             |
|  Hoothoot      |   SS    |    0%   |   0%  |   40%   |  Grass             |
|  Rattata       |  Both   |    0%   |   0%  |   40%   |  Grass             |
|  Bellsprout    |  Both   |   20%   |  20%  |   20%   |  Grass             |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Surfing           |
|  Poliwhirl     |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |   40%   |  40%  |   40%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |   93%   |  93%  |   93%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Caterpie Lv. 3 (x3), Weedle Lv. 3                     |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Okay, you may be wondering about the (x3) in the Trainers' Pokémon. I put
that there to try to shorten everything. Otherwise, I would have to list
"Caterpie Lv. 3" three times. The number beside the "x" means how many times
that it should be put there. Unstated multipliers mean there is just one.

Now, onto the Route. The Pokémon you'll find in the wild are the same,
excepting Bellsprout. It is a good idea to get it if you need a Grass-type (ie.
if your starter was Cyndaquil).

Anywho, go forward to the cave and pick up the Potion nearby. Ignore the cave
for now and go to the left to get a Black Apricorn. Pick up the nearby Poké
Ball and battle the Trainer. This Trainer can occasionally give you a Lum
Berry, which heals all statuses except KO/Faint and Pokérus, so you might want
his number.

If you want, let's head into the cave, although it IS optional.

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                                  Dark Cave
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Zubat         |  Both   |   39%   |  39%  |   39%   |  Walk around       |
|  Geodude       |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Walk around       |
|  Dunsparce     |  Both   |    1%   |   1%  |    1%   |  Walk around       |
|  Dunsparce     |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Smash rocks       |
|  Geodude       |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Smash rocks       |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |  100%   | 100%  |  100%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Goldeen       |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Goldeen       |  Both   |   40%   |  40%  |   40%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Goldeen       |  Both   |   93%   |  93%  |   93%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Seaking       |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    3%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: There aren't any Trainers in this location.           |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

This isn't a whole lot we can do here. However, you can catch some Pokémon.

Zubat is rather useful for some, being a Poison/Flying type, but it lacks a
very strong move. They are common here, too.

Geodude is here, too, but still worth getting if you lack one. As for
Dunsparce, it is a Normal-type with decent power but low speed. Good luck
finding one for the moment.

From the start, follow the visible path and jump over a ledge near the water
in the top-right corner of what we can get to, you'll find a Potion. Let's
leave it that and return to Route 31.

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                                   Route 31
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Pidgey        |   HG    |   40%   |  30%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Pidgey        |   SS    |   10%   |  30%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Ledyba        |   SS    |   30%   |   0%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Caterpie      |   HG    |   35%   |  35%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Metapod       |   HG    |   15%   |  15%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Weedle        |   SS    |   30%   |  35%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Kakuna        |   SS    |   10%   |  15%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Spinarak      |   HG    |    0%   |   0%  |   30%   |  Grass             |
|  Hoothoot      |   HG    |    0%   |   0%  |   10%   |  Grass             |
|  Hoothoot      |   SS    |    0%   |   0%  |   40%   |  Grass             |
|  Rattata       |  Both   |    0%   |   0%  |   40%   |  Grass             |
|  Bellsprout    |  Both   |   20%   |  20%  |   20%   |  Grass             |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Surfing           |
|  Poliwhirl     |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |   40%   |  40%  |   40%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |   93%   |  93%  |   93%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Caterpie Lv. 3 (x3), Weedle Lv. 3                     |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Finish up your business here and go to the gatehouse. Your partner will come
to you and give you a Vs. Recorder. This lets you keep battles on Wi-Fi or
the Battle Frontier on record. They'll leave after this. Go left into Violet
City.

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                                 Violet City
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Surfing           |
|  Poliwhirl     |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |   40%   |  40%  |   40%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |   93%   |  93%  |   93%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: There are no Trainers located in this place for now.  |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Enter the nearby Pokémon Center and heal up. Upon exiting, go to the house to
your southwest. The boy in this house will request you trade a Bellsprout for
an Onix. Onix is a Pokémon you'll be able to get fairly soon, but there is one
point to remember -- Falkner specializes with Flying types and Onix, a
Rock/Ground type, would have an advantage. It'll come at the same level that
your Bellsprout was, with a Hasty nature and holding a Persim Berry.

Now then, go north and west at the fork to find a Pokémon Gym, your first of
the game. The PokéMart is nearby, so buy some Poké Balls and Potions and
stuff. The Gym is closed for now, though.

Now, head across the first bridge to the tower and go to the spot two steps
north and one east from the southeast corner of the island. Examine the spot
to find a Poké Ball.

Finish up your business and exit to the northwest, onto Route 36.

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                                   Route 36
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If you played Crystal Version, the Gold/Silver expansion on the GameBoy Color,
you may be thinking "What the heck?" There was a patch of grass here for
Pokémon catching in that version, but, as with Gold/Silver, it isn't here.

Now, the route is mostly blocked by a "tree" *cough* Sudowoodo *cough*, but
you can still grab something here. Speak with the man at the far left to earn
HM06, Rock Smash. This is a weak Fighting-type move. So what's the point? Well,
after obtaining the Zephyr Badge from the Violet Gym, you can smash some of
those small rocks, like those in Dark Cave.

So then, let's return to Violet City.

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                                 Violet City
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Surfing           |
|  Poliwhirl     |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |   40%   |  40%  |   40%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |   93%   |  93%  |   93%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: There are no Trainers located in this place for now.  |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Do whatever you need to and exit to the south. Grab the Apricorn as you go.

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                                   Route 32
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Rattata       |   HG    |   35%   |  35%  |   30%   |  Grass             |
|  Rattata       |   SS    |    5%   |   5%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Bellsprout    |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   20%   |  Grass             |
|  Mareep        |  Both   |   20%   |  20%  |   10%   |  Grass             |
|  Hoppip        |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Wooper        |  Both   |    4%   |   0%  |   35%   |  Grass             |
|  Zubat         |  Both   |    1%   |   0%  |    5%   |  Grass             |
|  Ekans         |   SS    |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Grass             |
|  Tentacool     |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Surfing           |
|  Quagsire      |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Surfing           |
|  Tentacruel    |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Tentacool     |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Tentacool     |  Both   |   38%   |  38%  |   38%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Qwilfish      |  Both   |    2%   |   2%  |    2%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Tentacool     |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Qwilfish      |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    3%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: No Trainers ... for now.                              |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

There aren't any items yet, but remember the grass in G/S/C? That patch was
extended so you could get some more Pokémon. Mareep and Wooper are worth
getting for the team (Mareep is Electric (hint: advantage over Falkner) and
Wooper is Water/Ground, nullifying Electric damage). Those using Chikorita will
really want to get Mareep now and level it to Lv. 10+ for the Thundershock
move.

Other than though, you can't really do much. Return to Violet City when done.

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                                 Violet City
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Surfing           |
|  Poliwhirl     |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |   40%   |  40%  |   40%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |   93%   |  93%  |   93%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: There are no Trainers located in this place for now.  |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Once you return from Route 32, heal up at the Pokémon Center and go into
Sprout Tower.

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                                 Sprout Tower
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Rattata       |  Both   |  100%   | 100%  |   15%   | Walk around(2F up) |
|  Gastly        |  Both   |    0%   |   0%  |   85%   | Walk around(2F up) |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Bellsprout Lv. 3 (x3)                                 |
|                     Bellsprout Lv. 3 (x3)                                 |
|                     Bellsprout Lv. 3 (x3)                                 |
|                     Bellsprout Lv. 6                                      |
|                     Bellsprout Lv. 6                                      |
|                     Bellsprout Lv. 7, Hoothoot Lv. 7                      |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

The first floor yields nothing of interest to you, so head up the ladder.

From this second floor and above, you'll encounter wild Pokémon. Go to the
right and battle the monk. Go down the next ladder and follow the path, picking
up the Parlyz Heal as you do, and then battle another monk.

Go up the ladder once more and collect the X Accuracy. Go down for another monk
and another three Bellsprout. >_<  Why, I oughta burn the whole tower down like
a pyromaniac (then again, it's good EXP. for Cyndaquil. Perhaps after I'm
done in here.)

Go up the ladder to reach the top floor. Pick up the Potion nearby. Go up for
two battles, each against Lv. 6 (gasp!) Bellsprout. Another battle will have
a Bellsprout and a Hoothoot, each Lv. 7.

After that, go and you'll find your rival speaking with the head monk. Your
rival will leave via Escape Rope (out the window, I suppose). Pick up the
Escape Rope on your right and speak with the head monk.
 _________________
|  BOSS: Monk Li  \
|__________________\_________________________________________________________
|  Pokémon: Bellsprout (Grass/Poison) Lv. 7                                  |
|           Bellsprout (Grass/Poison) Lv. 7                                  |
|           Hoothoot (Normal/Flying) Lv. 10                                  |
|                                                                            |
|  Money Earned: $1,200                                                      |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Let's see... Bellsprouts are weak against Ice, Fire, Flying, Bug, and     |
|  Psychic. A Wooper isn't a very smart idea, then. Cyndaquil/Quilava,       |
|  Hoothoot, or your starter should do it.                                   |
|                                                                            |
|  As for Hoothoot, you'll be fine with whatever you have. Just remember: it |
|  is weak against Rock, Ice, and Electric; and immune to Ground and Ghost.  |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

After this battle, you'll earn TM70, Flash. This move, in battle, will reduce
the opponents' accuracy. Outside of battle, you can use it to light up caverns
such as Dark Cave, and without grabbing a Gym Badge (unlike R/S/E). Once you
are done, exit the tower (go backwards or use the Escape Rope) to return to the
city itself.

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                                 Violet City
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Surfing           |
|  Poliwhirl     |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |   40%   |  40%  |   40%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |   93%   |  93%  |   93%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: There are no Trainers located in this place for now.  |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Heal up and grab some items from the PokéMart if you need to. Go to the
now-unlocked Violet Gym.

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                                  Violet Gym
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  There aren't any wild Pokémon in this location.                          |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Spearow Lv. 9                                         |
|                     Pidgey Lv. 7 (x2)                                     |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Upon entering, walk forward to be shot up a fair distance. Quite different from
the originals, I think. You're (or at least, I'M) lucky your character can't
jump. (It's nothing compared to Mistralton City in Black/White, though.)

Anywho, walk forward and you can battle the two Gym Trainers. You can use the
lighter path on the side to skip the altogether, though.

When you reach Falkner, return to the Pokémon Center (if you did battling),
save, and start the battle!
 ____________________________
|  BOSS: Gym Leader Falkner  \
|_____________________________\______________________________________________
|  Pokémon: Pidgey (Normal/Flying) Lv. 9                                     |
|           Pidgeotto (Normal/Flying) Lv. 13                                 |
|                                                                            |
|  Money Earned: $1,560                                                      |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  This battle is rather easy, seeing as the Pokémon share the same          |
|  advantages/disadvantages.                                                 |
|                                                                            |
|  Pidgey is weak against Ice, Electric, and Rock moves; it is immune to     |
|  Ghost. It'll mainly attack with Tackle, although it may use Sand-Attack   |
|  to lower your accuracy. Mareep or Geodude are recommended.                |
|                                                                            |
|  Pidgeotto has the same resistances/weaknesses as Pidgey. It can use Gust  |
|  (a Flying-type move), Tackle, or Roost. Roost can heal Pidgeotto and get  |
|  rid of the Flying-typing of it, making Mareep or Geodude have trouble. I  |
|  recommend using Geodude or Mareep nonetheless, or your starter if it is   |
|  not Chikorita/Bayleef.                                                    |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

After winning, you'll receive the Zephyr Badge, which will allow to use HM06
(Rock Smash) outside of battles. You'll also get TM51, Roost. Once you're done
in here, leave.


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++     Section II- Through Azalea's Gym                          **HS42**  ++
++                                                                         ++
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After you receive the Zephyr Badge and TM51 from defeating Falkner, leave
Violet Gym.

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                                 Violet City
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Surfing           |
|  Poliwhirl     |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |   40%   |  40%  |   40%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |   93%   |  93%  |   93%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: There are no Trainers located in this place for now.  |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Once you leave the Gym, you'll be called by Prof. Elm. He'll ask you to pick
up the Mystery Egg you gave him earlier from the PokéMart, which is next to
the Gym. Speak with the assistant in it.

You'll then get the Pokémon Egg. Eggs that aren't glitched will hatch while
they are in your party and while you walk around for a while. They can be
later gotten through trades or Daycares, I believe. This specific egg will
hatch into a Lv. 1 Togepi. It is rather useful, as it knows Extrasensory (a
Psychic move with 80 Power) from the start.

Aside from this, speak with a guy in an orange suit if he is there: he'll be
there if you mother bought you a gift with the money she's been saving for you.
Also buy an Escape Rope and whatever else you might need.

When you leave the PokéMart, a kimono girl will speak with you shortly. You
also may want to speak with the guy between the Gym and PokéMart. It is Earl,
the teacher at the school. Say no to him and he'll return to the school and
spin as you do. You'll get nothing, but... you can get advice...?

Also go to the eastern part of the city. You can smash the rock with Rock
Smash (you might get a hidden item) and then follow the path to get a Hyper
Potion, which can heal 200 HP, if you examine the empty spot.

Heal up at the Pokémon Center and exit to the south onto Route 32.

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                                   Route 32
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Rattata       |   HG    |   35%   |  35%  |   30%   |  Grass             |
|  Rattata       |   SS    |    5%   |   5%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Bellsprout    |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   20%   |  Grass             |
|  Mareep        |  Both   |   20%   |  20%  |   10%   |  Grass             |
|  Hoppip        |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Wooper        |  Both   |    4%   |   0%  |   35%   |  Grass             |
|  Zubat         |  Both   |    1%   |   0%  |    5%   |  Grass             |
|  Ekans         |   SS    |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Grass             |
|  Tentacool     |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Surfing           |
|  Quagsire      |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Surfing           |
|  Tentacruel    |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Tentacool     |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Tentacool     |  Both   |   38%   |  38%  |   38%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Qwilfish      |  Both   |    2%   |   2%  |    2%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Tentacool     |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Qwilfish      |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    3%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: No Trainers ... for now.                              |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

For now, go left and through the gatehouse to the Ruins of Alph.

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                                Ruins of Alph
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Geodude       |  Both   |  100%   | 100%  |  100%   |  Smash rocks       |
|  Unown         |  Both   |  100%   | 100%  |  100%   |  Walk in ruins     |
|  Wooper        |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Surfing           |
|  Quagsire      |  Both   |   40%   |  40%  |   40%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Tentacool     |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Tentacool     |  Both   |   38%   |  38%  |   38%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Qwilfish      |  Both   |    2%   |   2%  |    2%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Tentacool     |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Qwilfish      |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    3%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: No Trainers.                                          |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

After arriving, go north from the blue house. You'll some of the ruins with a
gap in the front. Follow it north, east, north, and west as the path goes to
find part of the ruins.

And this room will feature part of the Kabuto puzzle, with a bit from Crystal
version. Go to the top of the room, past the puzzle, and look at the Unown
hieroglyphics on the wall. Then use the Escape Rope. The Escape Rope will be
lost, removing the section of wall. Go into the room and grab the Oran Berry,
Pecha Berry, Heal Powder, and Energypowder. Ignore the hole and return to the
Kabuto puzzle room.

Examine the piece behind the wall below the new gap with the A button to see
the puzzle. It is Touch Screen based (obviously unlike the originals). You'll
only have to solve four pieces.

~~ Move the top-left one next to the piece with the matching eye. Then double
   tap thrice for the correct rotation.
~~ Move the bottom-left one to the top, where you'll find the gap between the
   top and top-left corner. Double tap it once for the correct rotation.
~~ Move the right-hand pieces and put it into the middle row on the right-hand
   hap. Double tap it twice for the correct rotation.
~~ Move the bottom one and put it into the left side and double tap it thrice
   to finish the puzzle.

After finishing the puzzle, you'll be sent underground.

After dropping down, you'll be given the Unown Report, which will let you see
which of the 28 Unown species you've caught. (There are A through Z, ?, and !).
This area is now completely filled with Unown. They are rather weak and only
know Hidden Power. Once you're done, use the ladder in the center of the room.

You can also go to the northern gatehouse. There, smash some rocks if you want.
You'll probably find some Pokémon (ie. Geodude) or items (ie. Fossils). Once
toy've broken those three, go to the ruin on the right and break those two
rocks and grab the Hyper Potion. Also, if you break the smashable rocks on the
top, you can examine the solid rock on the top-left to get a Rare Candy, which
can raise a Pokémon's level by one.

To the south, examine the stand-alone rock for a Great Ball. Then go under the
closed ruin next to the water on the west and examine the small mound of dirt
to find a TinyMushroom.

That'll be it for the ruins, it seems, unless you want to train or search for
items.

You can also visit Dark Cave and grab a Dunsparce.

Anywho, return to Route 32 and let's head on forward!

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                                   Route 32
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Rattata       |   HG    |   35%   |  35%  |   30%   |  Grass             |
|  Rattata       |   SS    |    5%   |   5%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Bellsprout    |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   20%   |  Grass             |
|  Mareep        |  Both   |   20%   |  20%  |   10%   |  Grass             |
|  Hoppip        |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Wooper        |  Both   |    4%   |   0%  |   35%   |  Grass             |
|  Zubat         |  Both   |    1%   |   0%  |    5%   |  Grass             |
|  Ekans         |   SS    |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Grass             |
|  Tentacool     |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Surfing           |
|  Quagsire      |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Surfing           |
|  Tentacruel    |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Tentacool     |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Tentacool     |  Both   |   38%   |  38%  |   38%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Qwilfish      |  Both   |    2%   |   2%  |    2%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Tentacool     |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Qwilfish      |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    3%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Rattata Lv. 6, Zubat Lv. 8                            |
|                     Nidoran <F> Lv. 8                                     |
|                     Nidoran <M> Lv. 9                                     |
|                     Wooper Lv. 10                                         |
|                     Magikarp Lv. 5 (x3), Magikarp Lv. 15                  |
|                     Poliwag Lv. 8 (x2)                                    |
|                     Goldeen Lv. 10                                        |
|                     Pidgey Lv. 6 (x2), Spearow Lv. 8                      |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

This time, we'll head south. As you do, a guy will talk to you and give you
the Miracle Seed, an item that'll boost the power of the holder's Grass-type
moves. This guy will only block you if you haven't grabbed the Togepi egg.

Continue southward for a battle. To the left, you'll a find a tree. Just take
notice of it: this tree can only be removed with the move Cut. Continue south
to the rock and you'll find a Repel in the nearby grass. Battle the nearby
Picnicker, and she'll ask if you wanter her number.

Further south, continue down the left side of the path. You'll see the Magnet
Train track. Pretty neat, I guess. A bit into the grass is another Trainer.
Continue further south to find TM09, which teaches Bullet Seed. Not exactly
powerful, though. Go back up that patch of grass and into the northeast oatch
for a Great Ball.

Then go south some more and down the stairs to find another Trainer. More and
more south and you'll find a person selling Slowpoketails for a LOOOT of cash.
Further ahead is a Pokémon Center; use it. While you're in there, speak with
the fisherman in there to get an Old Rod. It'll help you catch Magikarp or
Goldeen, for the most part.

Then exit the Pokéon Center and return to where you fought the trainer with
the Wooper. Take the right fork onto the bridge. You'll find three fisherman
to battle, one of which will try to give you his number. Unlike Gen. II, he
won't report swarms, so he's rather useless.

Further ahead is another trainer. Defeat him and slightly more south to find a
rock. Smash it and grab the Shell Bell. When held by a Pokémon, it'll restore
some its HP when an attack hits.

Return to the Pokémon Center and heal your Pokémon. Leave it and go onto the
ledge on the left. Examine the tile on the bottom-left corner of it to find a
Great Ball. Then go into the cave nearby.

FYI, if it happens to be Friday (or you set the DS to read as such), you can
go into the alcove above the Pokémon Center to find Frieda; speak with Frieda
to get a Poison Barb.

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                                  Union Cave
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Rattata       |   HG    |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Walk around 1F    |
|  Rattata       |   SS    |   40%   |  40%  |   40%   |  Walk around 1F    |
|  Zubat         |  Both   |   25%   |  25%  |   30%   |  Walk around 1F    |
|  Geodude       |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Walk around 1F    |
|  Onix          |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Walk around 1F    |
|  Sandshrew     |   HG    |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Walk around 1F    |
|  Rattata       |   HG    |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Walk around B1F   |
|  Rattata       |   SS    |   35%   |  35%  |   35%   |  Walk around B1F   |
|  Zubat         |  Both   |   25%   |  25%  |   25%   |  Walk around B1F   |
|  Geodude       |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Walk around B1F   |
|  Onix          |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Walk around B1F   |
|  Sandshrew     |   HG    |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Walk around B1F   |
|  Quagsire      |  Both   |   40%   |  40%  |   40%   |  Surfing           |
|  Wooper        |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Goldeen       |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Goldeen       |  Both   |   40%   |  40%  |   40%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Goldeen       |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Seaking       |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    3%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Vulpix Lv. 9                                          |
|                     Onix Lv. 11                                           |
|                     Geodude Lv. 4, Geodude Lv. 6, Geodude Lv. 8           |
|                     Koffing Lv. 6 (x2)                                    |
|                     Slowpoke Lv. 11                                       |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

If you didn't get Onix earlier, you can get it here. It is Rock/Ground type
and obviously has high Defense, but relatively low Attack and Special Defense.
It'll later evolve by trading while holding a Metal Coat into Steelix; this
probably won't happen until you begin to explore Kanto. (Magnemite do have a
5% chance of holding one, though.)

Sandshrew, exclusive to HeartGold (for this area), is a Ground type that'll
evolve into Sandslash later on at Lv. 22. It is worth getting.

Okay, to the place itself... Upon entering, head a bit to the left to notice
you can go up or down; go up. Grab the X Attack on the left and go straight
up. A Firebreather will then be nearby; defeat his Vulpix and move down the
stairs to B1F.

Upon descending, go straight forward and examine the rock you'll hit to find an
X Speed. Keep going left and you'll find TM39 (Rock Tomb). It'll be a good move
for Geodude or Onix.

Go the northern portion of the room to obtain an X Defend. The rest of the area
will be inaccessable until later on, when you can use Surf out of battle. So
leave for now.

Back on 1F, go down at the fork. Defeat the two Hikers you'll find. Go further
from the second to find a set of three rocks on the right wall. Go into the
spot between two of them and examine the wall for a Great Ball.

Go southward for another Firebreather battle. Then collect the Great Ball from
the corner. Go west and weave between the rocks on the top half of the water to
grab the Potion between the rocks down the path. Go out of this section and
continue southward to find a stand-alone rock; examine it to find a Parlyz
Heal.

Continue southward some more to find a Pokémaniac. At the fork further ahead,
go right (nothing on the other side) and pick up the Awakening beside the cave
exit. Then go through the exit yourself.

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                                   Route 33
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Rattata       |   HG    |   40%   |  45%  |   60%   |  Grass             |
|  Rattata       |   SS    |   10%   |  15%  |   30%   |  Grass             |
|  Spearow       |  Both   |   20%   |  20%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Hoppip        |  Both   |   35%   |  35%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Zubat         |  Both   |    5%   |   0%  |   40%   |  Grass             |
|  Ekans         |   SS    |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Grass             |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Geodude Lv. 11, Machop Lv. 11                         |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

A short route if there ever was one. After exiting Union Cave, go to the
bottom-right and pick the two Apricorns, then go to the left and defeat the
Hiker. He'll offer his number; while in G/S/C, he offered info on Dunsparce
swarms, but now it's just rematches.

Then just head on west into Azalea Town.

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                                 Azalea Town
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As you enter Azalea, you'll find a grunt of some organization terrorizing a
man. This grunt is part of Team Rocket, the criminal organization in Red, Blue,
Yellow, Green, FireRed, LeafGreen, Gold, Silver, Crystal, HeartGold, and
SoulSilver versions -- and the anime, of course. He'll block the entrance into
Slowpoke Well, but we need not worry about this ... for now.

Firstly go to the cabin to the southeast of the Pokémon Center. Go around to
its front and examine the logs to find a Full Heal. Go west some to find a
house surrounded by three log piles. Shake the nearby tree for an Apricorn,
then heal up in the Pokémon Center.

(Speaking of Pokémon Center, you can now go downstairs to get the Pal Pad,
 which will let you Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection to trade with Diamond, Pearl,
 Platinum, HeartGold, or SoulSilver Versions. However, you CANNOT trade with
 Red, Blue, Yellow, Green, Gold, Silver, Crystal, Ruby, Sapphire, Emerald,
 FireRed, LeafGreen, Black, or White Versions. (You sort of can with the GBAs,
 but not now.))

Finish up your business and go to the house on the ledge. Go inside to find
Kurt, the man in this game who can make Poké Balls from Apricorns, and his
granddaughter. Speak with Jurt to get him riled up about the Slowpoke Well
being blocked, thereby having him dash out of the house. Do so yourself.

Once you've left, go east to the Slowpoke Well to find the grunt to be gone.
Go down the incline and into the well.

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                                Slowpoke Well
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Zubat         |  Both   |   85%   |  85%  |   85%   |  Walk around       |
|  Slowpoke      |  Both   |   15%   |  15%  |   15%   |  Walk around       |
|  Slowpoke      |  Both   |  100%   | 100%  |  100%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Goldeen       |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Goldeen       |  Both   |   40%   |  40%  |   40%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Goldeen       |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Seaking       |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    3%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Rattata Lv. 9 (x2)                                    |
|                     Zubat Lv. 9, Ekans Lv. 11                             |
|                     Zubat Lv. 9 (x2), Rattata Lv. 7                       |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

When you regain control of yourself, you'll find Kurt talking about his
injured back. You'd want to find a Great Ball, but ... Kurt is standing on the
tile it's hidden on. >_<  Oh, well... Come back later; for now, go into the
hole on the left and further in.

Inside, you'll fight your first Team Rocket Grunt. Further ahead, you'll find a
Super Potion; past that, another Grunt. Go down the two sets of stairs and
examine the stand-alone rock to get a Super Potion. Return up the stairs and
go left for another Grunt.

Speak with the last person, the Team Rocket Admin, that is here with the team
to battle him.
 __________________________________
|  BOSS: Team Rocket Admin Proton  \
|___________________________________\________________________________________
|  Pokémon: Zubat (Poison/Flying) Lv. 8                                      |
|           Koffing (Poison) Lv. 12                                          |
|                                                                            |
|  Money Earned: $480                                                        |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  How "clever" to name a somewhat-high-ranking member "Proton", which       |
|  denotes he has command over several others, possibly called "Quarks".     |
|  *booes at bad joke*                                                       |
|                                                                            |
|  Anywho, this battle is easy enough. Both Pokémon are weak against Psychic |
|  moves, with Zubat also being weak against Ice, Rock, and Electric. Both   |
|  are immune to Ground. It'll be best to use Geodude/Onix on Zubat, and     |
|  your starter (if it isn't Chikorita/Bayleef) on Koffing.                  |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

After the battle, the Team Rocket members will leave. Kurt will tend to the
Slowpoke and you'll return to his house.

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                                 Azalea Town
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Kurt will then reward you with a Fast Ball. This kind of Pokéball has a
quadruple catch rate compared to that of a normal Poké Ball, and double that
of an Ultra Ball. However, it only on Pokémon that can run away from battle.
This is common with the roaming legendaries (the Lati's of Gen. III, Mesprit
(at least) of Gen. IV, and the legendary beasts of HG/SS) and Teleporting ones
(like Abra). Quite useful.

Kurt will also offer you his skill of making Apricorns into Pokéballs. These
Pokéballs will be completed at the next striking of midnight (00:00 on the DS
game clock). The Apricorns given and the Pokéballs received are as follows:

~~ Red Apricorn = Level Ball.
   - These balls will help out more if there is a large level difference
     between the Pokémon you have out and the Pokémon you're trying to catch.

~~ Yellow Apricorn = Moon Ball.
   - These balls will help out more if the Pokémon being caught can evolve
     with a Moon Stone. There's only about a dozen or two that can.

~~ Green Apricorn = Friend Ball.
   - These balls will increase the base happiness of a Pokémon.

~~ Blue Apricorn = Lure Ball.
   - These balls will help out more if the target Pokémon is one you've found
     using the Old/Good/Super Rod.

~~ Black Apricorn = Heavy Ball.
   - These balls help out more if the target is heavier.

~~ White Apricorn = Fast Ball.
   - These balls will help out ... WAIT! Didn't I just explain this!?

~~ Pink Apricorn = Love Ball.
   - These balls will help out more if the target has an gender opposite to
     that of the Pokémon you have out. Thusly, it is useless to use it on
     genderless Pokémon (ie. legendary Pokémon).

After this, you'll also be given the opprotunity to get Kurt's number.

Okay then, heal up at the Pokémon Center and go into the Azalea Gym!!

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                                  Azalea Gym
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  There aren't any wild Pokémon here.                                      |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Caterpie Lv. 12, Weedle Lv. 12                        |
|                     Weedle Lv. 7, Kakuna Lv. 9, Beedrill Lv. 12           |
|                     Spinarak Lv. 10, Ledyba Lv. 10                        |
|                     Paras Lv. 13                                          |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Don't expect to use the G/S/C strategy here. Go into the main part of the Gym
to find three spiders. The one to go forward is the left one; the middle one
goes to a trainer.

After taking the left spider, you'll be in the next part. Fight the nearby
Bug Catcher. Go onto the upside-down Spinarak in front of you and ignore the
blue lever for now. You'll fight a double battle (2-on-2). Get back on the
spider and press the blue switch. Get back on the spider for another battle.
Get back on to return. Hit the blue switch to your right again. Get carried
back to the twins and hit that switch. Get back on the spider and hit the brown
switch. Return to the spider to find Bugsy, the Azalea City Gym Leader.
 __________________________
|  BOSS: Gym Leader Bugsy  \
|___________________________\________________________________________________
|  Pokémon: Scyther (Bug/Flying) Lv. 17                                      |
|           Metapod (Bug) Lv. 15                                             |
|           Kakuna (Bug) Lv. 15                                              |
|                                                                            |
|  Money Earned: $1,800                                                      |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  He typically will open with Scyther. This Pokémon is weak against Ice,    |
|  Electric, Fire, and Rock (4x), with an immunity to Ground. It is quite    |
|  powerful and will definitely slay your Grass-type starter, if any. It's   |
|  most powerful move is U-turn, with an STAB Power of 105 (210 on a Grass   |
|  type. See: it'll slay you) and it'll switch to a cocoon afterwards. A     |
|  Geodude, Graveler, Golem, or Onix will be best.                           |
|                                                                            |
|  The other two Pokémon -- Kakuna and Metapod -- are weak against Rock,     |
|  Fire, and Flying. However, all Metapod has is Tackle, and all Kakuna has  |
|  is Poison Sting. Virtually suicide. So, basically, once Scyther is out of |
|  the way, you've pretty much won.                                          |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

After winning, you'll get TM89, which is U-turn. You'll also obtain the Hive
Badge, which will let you use Cut out of battle and make traded (and imported?)
Pokémon obey without question.


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++                                                                         ++
++     Section III- Through Goldenrod's Gym                      **HS43**  ++
++                                                                         ++
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                                  Azalea Gym
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After the battle and obtaining your prizes, hit the blue switch nearby and
ride the spider to the middle platform, and then the other spider to return
to the start!

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                                 Azalea Town
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Once you leave the Gym, go on over to the Pokémon Center and heal. Try to
leave Azalea to the west (where Ilex Forest is). BOOM! Rival fight!
 _____________________________________
|  BOSS: PKMN Trainer [rival's name]  \
|______________________________________\_____________________________________
|  Pokémon: Croconaw [if you picked Cyndaquil] (Water) Lv. 18  <--,          |
|           Bayleef [if you picked Totodile] (Grass) Lv. 18    <--+- Only 1. |
|           Quilava [if you picked Chikorita] (Fire) Lv. 18    <--'          |
|           Gastly (Ghost/Poison) Lv. 14                                     |
|           Zubat (Poison/Flying) Lv. 16                                     |
|                                                                            |
|  Money Earned: $1,152                                                      |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Zubat is a new addition. It is weak against Psychic, Rock, Ice, and       |
|  Electric moves, with an immunity to Ground. You'll probably want to use   |
|  your non-Chikorita starter or Graveler.                                   |
|                                                                            |
|  Gastly is also new. It is weak against Ghost, Dark (?), and Psychic (?)   |
|  moves, with immunities to Ground, Normal, and Fighting. Your starter      |
|  may be sufficient, or your own Gastly.                                    |
|                                                                            |
|  Croconaw is weak against Electric and Grass. Bellsprout or Weepinbell     |
|  could be enough.                                                          |
|                                                                            |
|  Bayleef is weak against Fire, Ice, Flying, Poison, and Bug. Zubat,        |
|  Gastly, or Golbat could do it.                                            |
|                                                                            |
|  Quilava is weak against Water, Rock, and Ground. Wooper or Graveler are   |
|  strongly recommended.                                                     |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

After winning, your rival will flee through the gatehouse. Return to the
Pokémon Center and heal, then head west into Ilex Forest.

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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Caterpie      |   HG    |   50%   |  60%  |    0%   |  Walk around       |
|  Weedle        |   SS    |   50%   |  60%  |    0%   |  Walk around       |
|  Metapod       |   HG    |   30%   |  30%  |    0%   |  Walk around       |
|  Kakuna        |   SS    |   30%   |  30%  |    0%   |  Walk around       |
|  Zubat         |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |   25%   |  Walk around       |
|  Paras         |  Both   |   15%   |   5%  |   15%   |  Walk around       |
|  Oddish        |  Both   |    0%   |   0%  |   60%   |  Walk around       |
|~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~+~~~~~~~~~+~~~~~~~~~+~~~~~~~+~~~~~~~~~+~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~|
|  Spiky-Eared   |  Both   |  Event  | Event |  Event  |  Bring the event   |
|  Pichu         |         |         |       |         |  Shiny Pichu to    |
|                |         |         |       |         |  Celebi's shrine.  |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: No trainers are located here.                         |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

After entering, head north and you'll eventuall find a guy by a tree you can
Cut down. He'll ask for your aid in finding some lost Farfetch'd. We'll have
to do it, so head east.

You'll see a Farfetch'd behind a rock, with some twigs on the ground. The
puzzle from G/S/C has changed, here, too. You'll first need to step on the
twigs to get near the Farfetch'd. The Farfetch'd should then face south --
towards the sound's source. Avoid touching the next set of sticks and go
counter-clockwise around the trees to get behind the Farfetch'd. "Talk" to it
and it'll return to its Trainer.

In G/S/C, you had to return one Farfetch'd -- there are two in these games. Go
further eastward, picking up the Revive from the alcove on the way, until you
get to some sticks with a Farfetch'd in the top-left. Walk left of the first
twig pile and approach Farfetch'd from the front. "Talk" to it and it'll run
away. Go follow to to find it facing you. Step on the twigs to the right of it
to have it face that way. Then go to where you were before when Farfetch'd was
facing you, looking left, but avoid the northern twigs by hugging the trees.
As you do, examine the top-right corner to find a Tinymushroom, and continue
sneaking around to the back of Farfetch'd. "Speak" with it to have it -- and
you -- return to the Trinaer.

You'll be thanked and the Trainer's master will come along, also thanking you.
You also obtain HM01 (Cut), which will let go further. For now, though, let's
return to Azalea.

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                                 Azalea Town
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Go to the house with the smoke leaving the chimney southeast of the Pokémon
Center and go into it. Talk to the apprentice to obtain a Charcoal, which will
boost the power of the holder's Fire-type moves by ~20% when held. That's all,
unless you feel like healing. Go on back to Ilex Forest. As you do, teach a
Pokémon Cut.

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                                 Ilex Forest
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Caterpie      |   HG    |   50%   |  60%  |    0%   |  Walk around       |
|  Weedle        |   SS    |   50%   |  60%  |    0%   |  Walk around       |
|  Metapod       |   HG    |   30%   |  30%  |    0%   |  Walk around       |
|  Kakuna        |   SS    |   30%   |  30%  |    0%   |  Walk around       |
|  Zubat         |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |   25%   |  Walk around       |
|  Paras         |  Both   |   15%   |   5%  |   15%   |  Walk around       |
|  Oddish        |  Both   |    0%   |   0%  |   60%   |  Walk around       |
|~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~+~~~~~~~~~+~~~~~~~~~+~~~~~~~+~~~~~~~~~+~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~|
|  Spiky-Eared   |  Both   |  Event  | Event |  Event  |  Bring the event   |
|  Pichu         |         |         |       |         |  Shiny Pichu to    |
|                |         |         |       |         |  Celebi's shrine.  |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: No trainers are located here.                         |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

This time, go north to the tree and Cut it down, which will let us go forward.
You'll find a shrine, like the one in the Sinnoh games' Celestic Town. If you
bring an event Shiny Pichu here, you can get a Spiky-Eared Pichu, which will
be forced to remain in this game -- you cannot import it to Black/White,
amazingly enough. Without this Shiny Pichu, the shrine has no real worth. Go
to the left when done.

You'll reach a tiny fork soon after the sign; go into the small alcove to grab
the X Attack hidden by the trees, but you can bump into the Pokéball itself.
Leave this alcove and go the nearby pond. Examine the second tile from the left
two spaces below where the water begins to find an Antidote.

Further east of here, you'll find a joint in the path where you can go ahead or
around a tree. Go around this tree and inspect the tile one space away from the
tree in the top-left back corner to find a Repel. If you go east to a piece of
land behind three trees, you'll find a visible Antidote.

Continue further eastward and you'll find someone near a tree. Leave him alone
for now and go a tiny bit north and slide into the two-step wide normal grass
between the trees and examine the slot before the tree to find a Super Potion.
Continue along the path to find a kimono girl. We'll come back to her in a bit;
head east, rather than north, and into the path of trees leading to the guy
from earlier.

A bit south, you'll find a place where two trees protrude and make the path
narrower. Past them, continue down the path to the guy from earlier.

You'll see him headbutt a tree (ouch...). Talk to him and he'll turn out to be
the Headbutt move tutor, because Headbutt isn't a TM here. This person will
teach Headbutt to a Pokémon as much as needed for free. You can use Headbutt on
any tree -- it isn't as specific as G/S/C -- and you might get a wild Pokémon.

Okay, then. Jump off the ledge nearby and go the way you went again, but head
north through the ledge to have the kimono girl speak with you. Say yes to her
question and the Pokémon following you at the moment will show her the way
out. This will let you pick up the nearby Ether. Then go into the top-right
corner of where the Ether was and go left until you smack into a tree. Look
down and examine the ground to get a Tinymushroom. Then go four steps up and
two steps left and examine the ground a Full Heal. THEN go left into the tree
again, then three steps down and three steps left, look up, and examine the
ground to find am Ether.

Finally, go left a bit and into the gatehouse. While there, speak with the lady
with the Butterfree behind the counter to get TM12 (Taunt). Go through the exit
and onto Route 34.

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                                   Route 32
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Drowzee       |  Both   |   50%   |  50%  |   50%   |  Grass             |
|  Rattata       |  Both   |   35%   |  35%  |   35%   |  Grass             |
|  Abra          |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Grass             |
|  Ditto         |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Grass             |
|  Tentacool     |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Surfing           |
|  Tentacruel    |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Krabby        |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Krabby        |  Both   |   37%   |  38%  |   38%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Corsola       |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    0%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Staryu        |  Both   |    0%   |   0%  |    3%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Krabby        |  Both   |   67%   |  67%  |   67%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Corsola       |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |    0%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Staryu        |  Both   |    0%   |   0%  |   30%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Kingler       |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    3%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Rattata Lv. 7, Sandshrew Lv. 10, Spearow Lv. 8 (x2)   |
|                     Snubbull Lv. 13, Mareep Lv. 13                        |
|                     Mankey Lv. 10, Diglett Lv. 12                         |
|                     Hoppip Lv. 9 (x2), Bulbasaur Lv. 12                   |
|                     Growlithe Lv. 17                                      |
|                     Psyduck Lv. 14                                        |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Drowzee, a new Pokémon for you, is rather useful as a Psychic-type and is
easier to catch than Abra (also new for you), although if you can catch Abra,
I'd train it ... somehow. You'll have to put it as your first Pokémon and do
a switch at the start to level it, or use Rare Candies and the EXP. Share you
don't have yet. Why must you train an Abra like this? All it has is Teleport.
(Made it a pain in Red/Blue for the Mew glitch.)

As for Ditto, that is one you'll want for breeding and/or the Pokédex. Other
than that, I see little use in it.

Anywho, go to the right and battle the Youngster. After this, continue forward
and battle the Pokéfan, past which you'll find another Trainer to battle (he
will ask for your number, but it is just for rematching). After this battle,
examine the top-right corner a few steps to the right of the Youngster and the
tree to find a Super Potion.

After this, go down into the grass and battle the Trainer there. Get her number
if you ever plan on getting Pokémon that evolve via the Leaf Stone.

Then go northward to find the Daycare and your partner will come and speak with
the person outside. They'll notice you and show you around it. You'll then be
given the numbers of the Daycare managers. The old man can be to find out if
the two Pokémon have had an egg; the old woman can be used to find out how well
the Pokémon get along and how they've grown.

Finish up here and go north to find a guard, which you'll be able to battle at
night. After the battle, if any, continue north to find one more Trainer. His
number's usage is debatable -- in Crystal, he told of bargain sales on the roof
of the Dept. Store in Goldenrod, though I haven't noticed a call from him
detailing such. To the right of this Trainer, in the grass, you'll find TM63,
which is Embargo, which prevents the usage of items by the opponent for a
certain time period. Good when you're fighting a Gym Leader or your rival or
someone that enjoys to heal when their Pokémon is in/almost in the red.

After this, go north into Goldenrod City.

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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  There aren't any wild Pokémon here.                                      |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Grimer Lv. 11 (x2)                                    |
|                     Lickitung Lv. 12                                      |
|                     Magnemite Lv. 7 (x2), Magnemite Lv. 9, Voltorb Lv. 11 |
|                     Slowpoke Lv. 11 (x2)                                  |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

After entering, go to the left and into the Pokémon Center to heal up.

After this, we'll explore around a little. Go up the street and left at the
second left and go into the building on the left. This is the radio tower where
we can get a Radio Card for the PokéGear; it is required for progress through
the story. Speak with the rightmost receptionist and decide to do the quiz, the
answers to which are as follows:

Question #1 -- Yes.
Question #2 -- Yes.
Question #3 -- No.
Question #4 -- Yes.
Question #5 -- No.

After this, you'll obtain the Radio Card. Whitney will then come up and speak
with you, after which she'll go to her Gym in Goldenrod. Next, go up the nearby
staircase to the second floor and speak with the dark brown-haired woman behind
the glass to get a Blue Card, which will let you take part in Buena's Password.

Now, about the Radio Card... Access the PokéGear and tap on the radio-like icon
to start it. Now, you'll probably start in one of the four corners of the
"globe" or whatever. Move the dot to find a show -- one in each corner,
top-left, top-right, bottom-left, and bottom-right -- and move it around some
more to try to get a good signal, although you can use the buttons on the sides
to auto-tune. The only show of use right now could be Prof. Oak's (top-right),
which can report Pokémon swarms. Buena's Password will play on the bottom-right
station.

Exit the Radio Tower and go west to find the GTS. If you've played Platinum,
you'll be familiar with the layout; if you haven't, then look around it some.
It is rather useful for trading for seen-but-not-owned Pokémon.

Return to the main street and go south and then west into the lane between the
Pokémon Center and the flashy building. Enter the said flashy building to find
the Game Corner. Talk to ... someone ... in the room to obtain a Coin Case.
Here, with enough coins that are held in the Coin Case, you can get some
Pokémon (how cruel!) and some great TMs. Dratini is a great addition to the
team.

Continue following the lane until you reach the dead and go into the nearby
building, which will let you into the Goldenrod Underground. Here, you'll find
your partner and their Marill. They'll give the Fashion Case, an item that can
hold dress-up props for photo shoots and whatnot. Finally, go into the main
part of the underground area with all the trainers and stuff.

In the Underground, go forward to battle the Super Nerd, who features a neat
(and oddly cute) robotic Pikachu. Further ahead is a Pokémaniac, also for
battle. Go northward to battle another Super Nerd and another Pokémaniac.

If you want to get your picture taken with your current party, speak with the
guy at the counter. You'll later be able to see this photo on your PC at
Pokémon Centers or wherever you find a PC. This picture is unique because you
will wear the costume of a Team Rocket Grunt.

You can also speak to the nearby Hiker to accessorize and take pictures of
your Pokémon individually, the gallery for which is through that doorway.
That's it for the underground; return to the main city.

Next up, go in front of the tent to your right (if you took the northern exit)
to find a Name Rater. Do whatever there, and go down the street and into the
building opposite the Pokémon Center.

This is the Goldenrod Dept. Store. The first floor sells nothing, but the
orange delivery man may be here.

The second floor holds basic item that, unlike Poké Marts, aren't affected by
the number of badges you have. Thusly, you can easily find Great Balls AND
ULTRA BALLS.
 
The third floor lets you buy the in-battle stat boosters -- like X Attack and
so on.

The fourth floor has vitamins for your Pokémon ... each at $9,8000 a piece. It
isn't worth it unless you're specificly doing EV training.

The fifth floor has a lot of TMs. Preferable purchases include TM70 (Flash),
TM54 (False Swipe), TM38 (Fire Blast), TM25 (Thunder), and TM14 (Blizzard).
On the left of this floor, you'll find a person willing to trade you a Machop
for a Drowzee, a good choice for this Gym, since Whitney uses Normal types.
On Sundays on the fifth floor, you'll also find a second clerk on the top part
of the counter and you may get the Return or Frustration TMs, depending on the
happiness of the lead Pokémon.

On the top floor, you can get a lottery ticket from the southernmost girl on
the counter to get random berries for $300, or maybe TMs. You can also buy
some healing items for your Pokémon from the vending machines. Lemonade is a
great choice, costing about half of the Super Potion while giving 1.6x the HP
restoration (80 points). It'll be annoying buying one at a time, though.

Get in the elevator to go to B1F. There, you'll find some Machoke pushing boxes
around. What you need to do to get the boxes to move is to talk to the fighter
guys when they're facing a Machoke. Move all the boxes to get an Ether, a Burn
Heal, and an Ultra Ball.

Do whatever business you have here and exit the store on 1F.

Back in Goldenrod, heal at the Pokémon Center. Go up the street and take the
first right. Follow the path around and into the blue building to obtain the
Bicycle! This will let you move around faster than running with the Running
Shoes. As you exit the shop, go straight down until you bump the lampost and
face left. Examine the ground to find a Super Potion.

Be sure you're healed up, and go to the northeastern part of the city to find
and enter the gym.

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                                Goldenrod Gym
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  There aren't any wild Pokémon here.                                      |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Sentret Lv. 9, Sentret Lv. 13, Sentret Lv. 16         |
|                     Meowth Lv. 16 (x2)                                    |
|                     Snubbull Lv. 17                                       |
|                     Jigglypuff Lv. 15 (x3)                                |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

To start, ascend the steps just ahead go north to battle a Trainer. After this
battle, go east, north, east, south a step, east, and down these steps. If you
want to battle another trainer, move south from here a step or two and sidle
through the gap between the wall and the staircase to battle the Meowth
trainer.

After this, sidle back through the gap, go north and west, and south through
the arch. Focus on going generally west, battling the Lasses as you go.

After finishing off the three Jigglypuff, you may want to heal up at the
Pokémon Center.

Go past the Jigglypuff trainer and you'll find this area's Gym Leader, Whitney!
 ____________________________
|  BOSS: Gym Leader Whitney  \
|_____________________________\______________________________________________
|  Pokémon: Clefairy (Normal) Lv. 17                                         |
|           Miltank (Normal) Lv. 17                                          |
|                                                                            |
|  Money Earned: $1,800                                                      |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Both of these Pokémon have the same weaknesses and immunities. They both  |
|  take double damage from Fighting-type moves, while they are immune to     |
|  Ghost-type moves.                                                         |
|                                                                            |
|  With Clefairy, your problem is the randomness of its moves. It can use    |
|  Mimic to hit you with your move, Metronome to randomly use any move,      |
|  Doubleslap to hit you multiple times, and Encore to make you continually  |
|  use the last move used for 2 ~ 5 turns unless you switch out. It also has |
|  the Cute Charm ability, which can infatuate your Pokémon; it'll be best   |
|  to use a female Pokémon for this.                                         |
|                                                                            |
|  Miltank has incredible base stats for this point in the game, making it   |
|  tougher than you think to beat. It's main move to use is Stomp, a Normal  |
|  type move. It can also use Attract to infatuate male Pokémon, Rollout (a  |
|  Ground move that might OHKO a Fire-type), and Milk Drink to restore about |
|  50% of its HP.                                                            |
|                                                                            |
|  In general, though, most Pokémon will work. Just beware of using Ghost    |
|  Pokémon against Miltank; it's Scrappy ability lets it ignore that         |
|  immunity.                                                                 |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

After the battle, you'll ... make the Gym Leader cry. Greeeat, we just lost a
battle we won. As you leave, a trainer will stop you, telling you to try to
speak with Whitney again. Do so to receive the Plain Badge, which will let you
use the HM Strength outside of battles. You'll also obtain TM45 (Attract),
which can infatuate a Pokémon of the opposite gender. Infatuation means that
half of the time, the infatuated one cannot do a move. However, it useless to
put it on or use against genderless Pokémon (ie. legendary Pokémon).


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++     Section IV- Through Ecruteak's Gym                        **HS44**  ++
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                                Goldenrod Gym
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After defeating Whitney and receiving your Plain Badge, exit the Gym.

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                                Goldenrod City
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  There aren't any wild Pokémon here.                                      |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Grimer Lv. 11 (x2)                                    |
|                     Lickitung Lv. 12                                      |
|                     Magnemite Lv. 7 (x2), Magnemite Lv. 9, Voltorb Lv. 11 |
|                     Slowpoke Lv. 11 (x2)                                  |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Once you leave the Gym, head to the shop on the right. This is a flower shop;
we aren't here to buy flowers though. Speak with the girl in here to get the
Squirtbottle. You'll need to this to go further in the game.

Exit this building and stock up on Ultra Balls; you'll be seeing a Pokémon we
have to battle to get further in the game pretty soon, and it happens to be
one-of-a-kind for HG/SS.

Heal up at the Pokémon Center if you haven't yet done so. Exit the area to
the north. There, speak with the guy in the gatehouse to get a Spearow with a
piece of mail. You can either deliver it and lose it, or do the wise thing and
keep the Lv. 20 Spearow with Aerial Ace and the EXP. being boosted.

Anywho, go north onto Route 35.

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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Nidoran <M>   |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Grass             |
|  Nidoran <F>   |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Grass             |
|  Drowzee       |  Both   |   20%   |  20%  |   20%   |  Grass             |
|  Abra          |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Grass             |
|  Pidgey        |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Hoothoot      |  Both   |    0%   |   0%  |    5%   |  Grass             |
|  Ditto         |  Both   |    4%   |   4%  |    4%   |  Grass             |
|  Yanma         |  Both   |    1%   |   1%  |    1%   |  Grass             |
|  Psyduck       |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Surfing           |
|  Golduck       |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |   40%   |  40%  |   40%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |   93%   |  93%  |   93%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Vulpix Lv. 15                                         |
|                     Sandshrew Lv. 13, Marill Lv. 15                       |
|                     Pikachu Lv. 16                                        |
|                     Diglett Lv. 10 (x2), Zubat Lv. 10                     |
|                     Magmar Lv. 11, Magmar Lv. 16                          |
|                     Four Voltorbs: Lv. 2, Lv. 6, Lv. 10, Lv. 14           |
|                     Growlithe Lv. 14 (x2)                                 |
|                     Venonat Lv. 15                                        |
|                     Pidgey Lv. 12, Pidgeotto Lv. 14                       |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Begin by going straight forward to battle the Picnicker. After this, go east
to possibly find Cameron, a photographer who can put the photos in the PC.
Further ahead are two Campers and then a Picnicker. Past THEM, you'll find a
Juggler and a Firebreather. The latter two should offer their numbers; it's
rematching only, though.

Even further ahead is a guard, who can only be battled a night. After any
battle that occurs, if any, go east through the grass to find a Bug Catcher.
He, too, offers his number; it, too, is just rematching.

Ignore the Cut tree and let's go the long way, through the grass. At the end,
you'll find a Bird Keeper. Battle him and then go into the gap on the right to
find TM66 (Payback). Return to the main part of the route; as you do, go left
into another gap for the Parlyz. Heal.

Go back to the National Park gatehouse. Go inside and through the left exit.
A guy and his Poliwrath will speak with you and show you to the Pokéathlon
Stadium.

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                              Pokéathlon Stadium
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The man who brought you here will introduce himself as Magnus, the founder of
the Pokéathlon. Once he and his Poliwrath leave, you'll be able to look
around.

Now, if you go into your Pokémon's status screen and look at your ribbons, you
can look at the Pokéathlon stats for the Pokémon: Speed, Power, Skill,
Stamina, and Jump. The more stars, the better the Pokémon is in this stat. I
think Ditto, Sunkern (!?), and Arceus each can have five stars in all stats.

If you go left of the stadium and interact with the three cylindrical objects,
the guy nearby will speak with you and give you the Apriblender, an add-on to
the Apricorn Box. This will let you juice Apricorns to give drinks to your
Pokémon to raise their Pokéathlon stats. It's pretty easy to use.

If you go into the stadium and by the front desk, Whitney will come and explain
the Pokéathlon to you, rush off, and give you an athletic outfit to wear when
you participate in the Pokéathlon, much like your mother did in D/P/Pt with the
Contests.

The Pokéathlon isn't Wi-Fi -- you can participate alone, or with friends --
in entirety or entirely rewarding, but the main idea is to get the items from
the far right counter. Here, you can get each EVOLUTION STONE. The prizes will
change daily for now, and expand after obtaining the National Dex.

To actually enter the Pokéathlon, go to the middle counter and speak with that
person. Choose the competition and your Pokémon and off you go. The nurse to
her right will sell some cards at varying prices for stats viewing.

After entering and choosing your Pokémon, you'll be shown the event and the
rules, controls, etc. Press start to begin. They are all Touch Screen based
(yeah, if you couldn't figure it out by now, this wasn't in the originals).
You'll know your score after the event. There are three events. The highest
score will win. You'll always get some of those points for buying whether you
win or lose. Anywho, there is an FAQ on GameFAQs all about the Pokéathlon.

When (if) you get done, return to the gatehouse from earlier and go into the
actual park.

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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Pidgey        |  Both   |   20%   |  20%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Hoothoot      |  Both   |    0%   |   0%  |  100%   |  Grass             |
|  Caterpie      |   HG    |   50%   |  30%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Metapod       |   HG    |   30%   |  30%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Weedle        |   SS    |   50%   |  30%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Kakuna        |   SS    |   30%   |  30%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Sunkern       |  Both   |    0%   |  20%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Raichu Lv. 16                                         |
|                     Oddish Lv. 14, Cubone Lv. 17                          |
|                     Snubbull Lv. 17                                       |
|                     Oddish Lv. 12, Voltorb Lv. 15                         |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

To start with, go over to the right bench and speak with the woman sitting
their with her Persian to obtain a Quick Claw. This item, when held by a
Pokémon, gives it a 1 in 10 chance of moving first, regardless of Speed stat.
It is useful if your Pokémon is being EV trained for stats other than Speed,
or is naturally slow, like Shuckle. There, bump into the top-left tile of the
flower bed from its LEFT side. Go one step up and examine the ground on the
left to find a Full Heal.

Go up the path nearby and into the main park. For now, go around the edge of
the park to the northeast corner. There will be a gap in the fence around here,
next to a guy holding a DS. Go through said gap and follow the path to the
right to find Soothe Bell, which helps to increase its happiness. Also take
notice of the rocky wall; this is a wall you use Rock Climb to get up. Rock
Climb is an HM that you won't get for quite a while, though.

Return to the gap and go left. Follow the path and go straight at the fork; the
right path is a useless dead end. Go down there anyways and examine the ground
one tile up from the lampost to find a Full Heal and return to the small
alcove. There is an item hidden behind the tree in the bottom-left corner; hug
the left side of the wall to find it. It is TM28 (Dig). Afterwards, exit out
of the gap into the main courtyard.

Time for some battling. Go to where the lady was near the wall and west and
south into the grass to find a Trainer with a Raichu. Then go to the west side
of this longer grass patch for another trainer. Exit the grass and go around to
where the main path from the outer portion to the inner portion of the park is
and go into the grass nearby to find another Trainer. Get her number; she'll
occasionally give you Nuggets. On the right hand side of the shorter grass is
your last trainer for now.

That's all for now ...

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                     National Park (Bug Catching Contest)
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Caterpie      |  Both   |   20%   |  20%  |   20%   |  Grass             |
|  Metapod       |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Grass             |
|  Weedle        |  Both   |   20%   |  20%  |   20%   |  Grass             |
|  Kakuna        |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Grass             |
|  Venonat       |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Grass             |
|  Paras         |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Grass             |
|  Butterfree    |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Grass             |
|  Beedrill      |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Grass             |
|  Scyther       |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Grass             |
|  Pinsir        |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Grass             |
|________________|_________|_________|_______|_________|____________________|

... except if it is Tuesday, Thursday, or Saturday. On these days, you can do
a Bug Catching Contest. On these days, if you into the gatehouse for the 
contest, there will be a guard next to the door. Speak with him to enter.

In such a competition, you'll want to catch the best Bug-type Pokémon in the
park. The best I've found would be Pinsir, Scyther, and Beedrill, and your
only chance in this game to get the first two mentioned. You can wait until
time is out, or retire from the menu. 1st place gets a Sun Stone; 2nd, an
Everstone; 3rd, a Sitrus Berry; everyone else, a Shed Shell.

Anywho, once you're done, head through the gatehouse on the right side of the
park to get onto Route 36.

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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Nidoran <M>   |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Grass             |
|  Nidoran <F>   |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Grass             |
|  Stantler      |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Grass             |
|  Pidgey        |  Both   |   25%   |  20%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Hoothoot      |  Both   |    0%   |   0%  |   25%   |  Grass             |
|  Growlithe     |   HG    |   10%   |  15%  |   10%   |  Grass             |
|  Vulpix        |   SS    |   10%   |  15%  |   10%   |  Grass             |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Abra Lv. 14 (x2), Kadabra Lv. 16                      |
|                     Tangela Lv. 17                                        |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

There is one Pokémon you'll want to obtain here. It'll be Growlithe or Vulpix,
depending on if your version is HG or SS, respectively. These would be the
first Fire Pokémon you can get, unless you got Cyndaquil or have traded.
However, to evolve, each will need a Fire Stone. Stantler is okay, but I
usually get it for the Pokédex.

When you enter, go into the grass and examine the left side of the third tree
from the left, you'll find an Awakening. Get the Apricorn from the tree near
the gatehouse, then go and battle the Trainer with the Abras and Kadabra. Then
go east and challenge the Schoolboy. Get his number, as he may give you a Fire
Stone later on.

Further ahead, you'll see a girl and the "tree" from when we got Rock Smash
back around Violet City. Save and "speak" with the tree and use the
Squirtbottle. The "tree" reveals itself as a Sudowoodo.
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|  Special Encounter: #185 Sudowoodo  \
|______________________________________\_____________________________________
|  Level: 20                                                                 |
|  Type : Rock                                                               |
|  Moves: - Flail                                                            |
|         - Low Kick                                                         |
|         - Rock Throw                                                       |
|         - Mimic                                                            |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Sudowoodo are weak against Fighting, Steel, Water, Ground, and Grass      |
|  moves. It has a resistance to Normal and Flying. However, you want to     |
|  catch it, mainly because this is virtually a one-timer, unless you do     |
|  some trading. Thusly, repeated usage of False Swipe, followed by Quick or |
|  Ultra Balls should do it. Later on, have Sudowoodo relearn Wood Hammer,   |
|  a 120-Power Grass move.                                                   |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

After the battle, you'll be given some Berry Pots, three Oran Berries, and
three Pecha Berries. Remember the berry-growing thing in Generations III/IV,
and how it was absent in Generation II? This is the alternative. Using the
Berry Pots, you can grow berries. For now, start growing Oran Berries.

Now, you have to choose: do you want to keep the Spearow with the mail and/or
just go on to the next city, or do want to get TM44 (Rest)? The next paragraph
will tell you how to deliver the letter.

IF YOU WANT TO DELIVER THE LETTER AND THEREBY LOSE THIS SPEAROW, go east from
where the Sudowoodo was and go back onto the Violet City portion of Rt. 36. Go
into Violet, through the city, and onto Route 32. Talk to the fat guy next to
the Apricorn tree. You'll deliver the letter and earn TM44. Then go on to the
next paragraph to continue to the next part.

IF YOU DECIDED TO KEEP SPEAROW, OR JUST WANTED GO ON AHEAD WITH IT, from where
Sudowoodo was, head north and you'll be able to get onto Route 37. As you do,
you'll find a Hyper Potion on the ground to the left. Once you've gotten it,
head onto Route 37.

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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Pidgey        |   HG    |   60%   |  50%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Pidgey        |   SS    |   20%   |  50%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Pidgeotto     |  Both   |    0%   |   5%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Hoothoot      |   HG    |    0%   |   0%  |   20%   |  Grass             |
|  Hoothoot      |   SS    |    0%   |   0%  |   60%   |  Grass             |
|  Growlithe     |   HG    |   10%   |  15%  |   10%   |  Grass             |
|  Vulpix        |   SS    |   10%   |  15%  |   10%   |  Grass             |
|  Stantler      |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Grass             |
|  Ledyba        |   SS    |   40%   |   0%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Spinarak      |   HG    |    0%   |   0%  |   40%   |  Grass             |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Drowzee Lv. 17                                        |
|                     Mareep Lv. 16, Marill Lv. 16                          |
|                     Clefable Lv. 16 (x2), Wigglytuff Lv. 16 (x2)          |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

When you enter the route, go to the right into the grass. Go through it and
battle the Psychic there. After this, go a bit north to find three Apricorns.
On Sundays, someone will appear around here to give you a Magnet, a hold item
that boosts the Electric-type moves of the holder.

Go back onto the main path and battle twins. (Fun fact: this was the double
battle in the Japan HG/SS demo. Oh, and if you didn't know, the original
Gold/Silver/Crystal didn't have double battles.)

More northward traveling will have you battle two Beauties in another double
battle.

After the beauties, that's pretty much it. Go thorugh the grass after the
battle to find Ecruteak City.

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                                Ecruteak City
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Surfing           |
|  Poliwhirl     |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |   40%   |  40%  |   40%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |   93%   |  93%  |   93%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: There are no Trainers located in this location.       |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Firstly, head into the Pokémon Center to heal your Pokémon. Bill will then
come and speak with the nurse, and then you. He'll leave, meaning something
quite nice has been unlocked.

If you don't want to get an Eevee, ignore the following sections, which simply
mark the path back to Goldenrod. We'll continue the main story at the next
Ecruteak section.

If you DO want an Eevee, let's return to Route 37.

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                                   Route 37
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Pidgey        |   HG    |   60%   |  50%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Pidgey        |   SS    |   20%   |  50%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Pidgeotto     |  Both   |    0%   |   5%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Hoothoot      |   HG    |    0%   |   0%  |   20%   |  Grass             |
|  Hoothoot      |   SS    |    0%   |   0%  |   60%   |  Grass             |
|  Growlithe     |   HG    |   10%   |  15%  |   10%   |  Grass             |
|  Vulpix        |   SS    |   10%   |  15%  |   10%   |  Grass             |
|  Stantler      |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Grass             |
|  Ledyba        |   SS    |   40%   |   0%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Spinarak      |   HG    |    0%   |   0%  |   40%   |  Grass             |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Drowzee Lv. 17                                        |
|                     Mareep Lv. 16, Marill Lv. 16                          |
|                     Clefable Lv. 16 (x2), Wigglytuff Lv. 16 (x2)          |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Now is a good time to get one of the Fire-types. This will help compliment an
Eevee evolution, thereby making you avoid at one point having two Fire-types.
Or something. Continue southward onto Route 36.

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                                   Route 36
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Nidoran <M>   |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Grass             |
|  Nidoran <F>   |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Grass             |
|  Stantler      |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Grass             |
|  Pidgey        |  Both   |   25%   |  20%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Hoothoot      |  Both   |    0%   |   0%  |   25%   |  Grass             |
|  Growlithe     |   HG    |   10%   |  15%  |   10%   |  Grass             |
|  Vulpix        |   SS    |   10%   |  15%  |   10%   |  Grass             |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Abra Lv. 14 (x2), Kadabra Lv. 16                      |
|                     Tangela Lv. 17                                        |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

From here, re-enter the National Park gatehouse ...

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                                National Park
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|  Non-Bug Catching Contest  \
|_____________________________\_____________________________________________
|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Pidgey        |  Both   |   20%   |  20%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Hoothoot      |  Both   |    0%   |   0%  |  100%   |  Grass             |
|  Caterpie      |   HG    |   50%   |  30%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Metapod       |   HG    |   30%   |  30%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Weedle        |   SS    |   50%   |  30%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Kakuna        |   SS    |   30%   |  30%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Sunkern       |  Both   |    0%   |  20%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Raichu Lv. 16                                         |
|                     Oddish Lv. 14, Cubone Lv. 17                          |
|                     Snubbull Lv. 17                                       |
|                     Oddish Lv. 12, Voltorb Lv. 15                         |
|___________________________________________________________________________|
 ________________________
|  Bug Catching Contest  \
|_________________________\_________________________________________________
|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Caterpie      |  Both   |   20%   |  20%  |   20%   |  Grass             |
|  Metapod       |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Grass             |
|  Weedle        |  Both   |   20%   |  20%  |   20%   |  Grass             |
|  Kakuna        |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Grass             |
|  Venonat       |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Grass             |
|  Paras         |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Grass             |
|  Butterfree    |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Grass             |
|  Beedrill      |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Grass             |
|  Scyther       |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Grass             |
|  Pinsir        |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Grass             |
|________________|_________|_________|_______|_________|____________________|

Go through the exit on the right, I think, onto Route 35.

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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Nidoran <M>   |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Grass             |
|  Nidoran <F>   |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Grass             |
|  Drowzee       |  Both   |   20%   |  20%  |   20%   |  Grass             |
|  Abra          |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Grass             |
|  Pidgey        |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Hoothoot      |  Both   |    0%   |   0%  |    5%   |  Grass             |
|  Ditto         |  Both   |    4%   |   4%  |    4%   |  Grass             |
|  Yanma         |  Both   |    1%   |   1%  |    1%   |  Grass             |
|  Psyduck       |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Surfing           |
|  Golduck       |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |   40%   |  40%  |   40%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |   93%   |  93%  |   93%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Vulpix Lv. 15                                         |
|                     Sandshrew Lv. 13, Marill Lv. 15                       |
|                     Pikachu Lv. 16                                        |
|                     Diglett Lv. 10 (x2), Zubat Lv. 10                     |
|                     Magmar Lv. 11, Magmar Lv. 16                          |
|                     Four Voltorbs: Lv. 2, Lv. 6, Lv. 10, Lv. 14           |
|                     Growlithe Lv. 14 (x2)                                 |
|                     Venonat Lv. 15                                        |
|                     Pidgey Lv. 12, Pidgeotto Lv. 14                       |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

And, finally, go into Goldenrod City!

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                                Goldenrod City
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  There aren't any wild Pokémon here.                                      |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Grimer Lv. 11 (x2)                                    |
|                     Lickitung Lv. 12                                      |
|                     Magnemite Lv. 7 (x2), Magnemite Lv. 9, Voltorb Lv. 11 |
|                     Slowpoke Lv. 11 (x2)                                  |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Once you arrive, from the north, follow the main road down and get onto the
Game Corner lane. Follow this side-road and go into the house with the yellow
roog. Be sure to have a free spot in your party!

Inside, you'll find Bill on the right side of the table. Speak with him and
he'll talk about an Eevee that wandered into the Pokémon Center and how it
needs to be taken care of. Say yes to accept and obtain the Eevee.

Eevee is a level five, Normal-type Pokémon. It'll learn an STAB-type attack at
level 16 if it evolves. Here are the Eevee-lutions:

~~ Flareon: Use a Fire Stone.
~~ Vaporeon: Use a Water Stone.
~~ Jolteon: Use a Thunderstone.
~~ Umbreon: Get Eevee happy and level it up at night.
~~ Espeon: Get Eevee happy and level it up during the day.
~~ Glaceon: For this, in Diamond, Pearl, Platinum, Black, and White, you had to
            find a big icy rock and level it up in that area. However, such a
            rock seems to not exist, so you'll HAVE to trade.
~~ Leafeon: It is entirely like the Glaceon situation, but with a mossy rock.

Now, back to Ecruteak City. Exit to the north onto Route 35.

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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Nidoran <M>   |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Grass             |
|  Nidoran <F>   |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Grass             |
|  Drowzee       |  Both   |   20%   |  20%  |   20%   |  Grass             |
|  Abra          |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Grass             |
|  Pidgey        |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Hoothoot      |  Both   |    0%   |   0%  |    5%   |  Grass             |
|  Ditto         |  Both   |    4%   |   4%  |    4%   |  Grass             |
|  Yanma         |  Both   |    1%   |   1%  |    1%   |  Grass             |
|  Psyduck       |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Surfing           |
|  Golduck       |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |   40%   |  40%  |   40%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |   93%   |  93%  |   93%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Vulpix Lv. 15                                         |
|                     Sandshrew Lv. 13, Marill Lv. 15                       |
|                     Pikachu Lv. 16                                        |
|                     Diglett Lv. 10 (x2), Zubat Lv. 10                     |
|                     Magmar Lv. 11, Magmar Lv. 16                          |
|                     Four Voltorbs: Lv. 2, Lv. 6, Lv. 10, Lv. 14           |
|                     Growlithe Lv. 14 (x2)                                 |
|                     Venonat Lv. 15                                        |
|                     Pidgey Lv. 12, Pidgeotto Lv. 14                       |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Go back into the National Park gatehouse.

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|  Non-Bug Catching Contest  \
|_____________________________\_____________________________________________
|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Pidgey        |  Both   |   20%   |  20%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Hoothoot      |  Both   |    0%   |   0%  |  100%   |  Grass             |
|  Caterpie      |   HG    |   50%   |  30%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Metapod       |   HG    |   30%   |  30%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Weedle        |   SS    |   50%   |  30%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Kakuna        |   SS    |   30%   |  30%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Sunkern       |  Both   |    0%   |  20%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Raichu Lv. 16                                         |
|                     Oddish Lv. 14, Cubone Lv. 17                          |
|                     Snubbull Lv. 17                                       |
|                     Oddish Lv. 12, Voltorb Lv. 15                         |
|___________________________________________________________________________|
 ________________________
|  Bug Catching Contest  \
|_________________________\_________________________________________________
|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Caterpie      |  Both   |   20%   |  20%  |   20%   |  Grass             |
|  Metapod       |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Grass             |
|  Weedle        |  Both   |   20%   |  20%  |   20%   |  Grass             |
|  Kakuna        |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Grass             |
|  Venonat       |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Grass             |
|  Paras         |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Grass             |
|  Butterfree    |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Grass             |
|  Beedrill      |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Grass             |
|  Scyther       |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Grass             |
|  Pinsir        |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Grass             |
|________________|_________|_________|_______|_________|____________________|

Get onto Route 36.

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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Nidoran <M>   |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Grass             |
|  Nidoran <F>   |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Grass             |
|  Stantler      |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Grass             |
|  Pidgey        |  Both   |   25%   |  20%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Hoothoot      |  Both   |    0%   |   0%  |   25%   |  Grass             |
|  Growlithe     |   HG    |   10%   |  15%  |   10%   |  Grass             |
|  Vulpix        |   SS    |   10%   |  15%  |   10%   |  Grass             |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Abra Lv. 14 (x2), Kadabra Lv. 16                      |
|                     Tangela Lv. 17                                        |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Go northward to Route 37.

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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Pidgey        |   HG    |   60%   |  50%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Pidgey        |   SS    |   20%   |  50%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Pidgeotto     |  Both   |    0%   |   5%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Hoothoot      |   HG    |    0%   |   0%  |   20%   |  Grass             |
|  Hoothoot      |   SS    |    0%   |   0%  |   60%   |  Grass             |
|  Growlithe     |   HG    |   10%   |  15%  |   10%   |  Grass             |
|  Vulpix        |   SS    |   10%   |  15%  |   10%   |  Grass             |
|  Stantler      |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Grass             |
|  Ledyba        |   SS    |   40%   |   0%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Spinarak      |   HG    |    0%   |   0%  |   40%   |  Grass             |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Drowzee Lv. 17                                        |
|                     Mareep Lv. 16, Marill Lv. 16                          |
|                     Clefable Lv. 16 (x2), Wigglytuff Lv. 16 (x2)          |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Continue northward into Ecruteak City.

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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Surfing           |
|  Poliwhirl     |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |   40%   |  40%  |   40%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |   93%   |  93%  |   93%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Koffing Lv. 12                                        |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Heal at the Pokémon Center if you need to, then go into the large building just
northeast of the Pokémon Center. This is the Kimono Girls' studio.

It seems there is a commotion: a Team Rocket Grunt is harassing a Kimono Girl.
Get onto the stage and defeat the Koffing. There is no need for a strategy;
your starter should be MORE than sufficient.

After this, the Grunt will flee. Get off the stage and you'll be given the Surf
HM, HM03. This is a POWERFUL Water-type move that'll work for most Water-types,
some Flying-types, and Mew, of course. It is a reqiored move to go through the
story, too, so might as well put it on Vaporeon if you plan to use it.

For now, leave the studio and exit Ecruteak to the east, onto Route 42.

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Just go forward some and a hiker will leave Mt. Mortar and give you HM04, a
rather powerful 80-Power Normal-type move, another you'll also want to use for
story progression. Also be sure to grab TM65 (Shadow Claw) from the corner.

Return to Ecruteak when you're done.

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                                Ecruteak City
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Surfing           |
|  Poliwhirl     |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |   40%   |  40%  |   40%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |   93%   |  93%  |   93%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: There are no Trainers located in this location.       |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Go into the house between the Pokémon Center and the Gym. Speak with the
person inside to get the Dowsing MCHN. This key item is useful for finding any
hidden items, especially any I've missed. It is rather like the Dowsing App
for the D/P/Pt Pokétch, or like the Dowsing MCHN for Black/White.

Let's give it a test drive. Whip it out (...that didn't sound right...) and go
to the house just north of the Dowsing MCHN guy's house. The colors will act
kinda like thermal palettes - red indicates far away, white indicates very
close, and so on. The top mound of dirt will have a Hyper Potion. When you get
close to it, the Dowsing MCHN will then relate your position (orange dot) to
the hidden item.

There are several other hidden items in the city:

~~ In the second lamp from the left, next to the western gatehouse, it an Ultra
   Ball.
~~ There is a Rare Candy somewhat-south of the east pond.
~~ There is an Ether in the logs on the right side of the Burned Tower.

(Just FYI, having played many Pokémon games, I may accidentally refer to the
Dowsing MCHN as an Itemfinder. Please assume I'm talking of the former; they
are generally one and the same.)

Once you're done, go to the Burned Tower, located on the northwest part of
Ecruteak.

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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Koffing       |  Both   |   50%   |  50%  |   50%   |  Walk around 1F    |
|  Rattata       |  Both   |   35%   |  35%  |   35%   |  Walk around 1F    |
|  Raticate      |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Walk around 1F    |
|  Zubat         |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Walk around 1F    |
|  Koffing       |  Both   |   50%   |  50%  |   50%   |  Walk around B1F   |
|  Rattata       |  Both   |   40%   |  35%  |   40%   |  Walk around B1F   |
|  Magmar        |  Both   |    5%   |  10%  |    5%   |  Walk around B1F   |
|  Zubat         |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Walk around B1F   |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Koffing Lv. 16 (x2), Growlithe Lv. 17                 |
|                     Charmeleon Lv. 18                                     |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Once you enter, you'll probably notice the three Pokémon on the lower floor.
These are the three legendary beasts: Entei, Suicune, and Raikou. According
to Eusine, he cannot reach them, as they will run away when he approaches.

You might want to save. Go towards the ladder to find your rival, and another
rival battle.
 _____________________________________
|  BOSS: PKMN Trainer [rival's name]  \
|______________________________________\_____________________________________
|  Pokémon: Gastly (Ghost/Poison) Lv. 20                                     |
|           Zubat (Poison/Flying) Lv. 20                                     |
|           Magnemite (Electric/Steel) Lv. 18                                |
|           Croconaw [if you picked Cyndaquil] (Water) Lv. 22 <--,           |
|           Bayleef [if you picked Totodile] (Grass) Lv. 22   <--+- Only 1.  |
|           Quilava [if you picked Chikorita] (Fire) Lv. 22   <--'           |
|                                                                            |
|  Money Earned: $1,408                                                      |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Gastly has weaknesses against Ghost, Dark (?), and Psychic. It is immune  |
|  to Normal, Fighting, and Ground. Beware the Confuse Ray and Curse.        |
|                                                                            |
|  Zubat has weaknesses against Rock, Ice, Electric, and Psychic. It has an  |
|  immunity to Ground.                                                       |
|                                                                            |
|  Magnemite is new for your rival. It'll take quadruple damage from a       |
|  Ground move, and double from Fire and Fighting. You'll want to be careful |
|  of its Supersonic, which causes confusion.                                |
|                                                                            |
|  Croconaw is weak against Electric and Grass.                              |
|                                                                            |
|  Bayleef is weak against Fire, Flying, Ice, Bug, and Poison.               |
|                                                                            |
|  Quilava is weak against Rock, Water, and Ground.                          |
|                                                                            |
|  For this battle, your starter, Kadabra/Alazakam, and Graveler/Golem are   |
|  recommended, each at Level 25, minimum.                                   |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

After winning, your rival will flee and let use explore the Burned Tower.
Ignore the ladder for the moment and go upwards to battle a firebrether. Go up
some more after beating him and go along the path at the top-right part of the
room. Check one step before the pipe to find an Ether. Return to where the
Firebreather was and go left across the wooden "bridge".

Pick up the Antidote blocking you and battle the other Firebreather. Then go
down and break the rocks with Rock Smash to find an HP Up. Go one square right
from where you collected the Antidote and look up. Press A to find an Ultra
Ball. Return across the bridge and go down the ladder.

On B1F, walk a few steps down the stairs to have the legendary beasts flee;
Entei to the west, Raikou to the east, and Suicune ... we'll see it in a bit.
Eusine will then come down the ladder and speak with you.

Now, if you have Strength, push the bottom-right boulder one space forward.
Move the one above it one space up. You can then cross and collect TM12 (Taunt)
in the northwest corner of the room.

Go all the way to the bottom of the room and behind the southwest pillar. This
one has a gap you can fit through. Do so it end up the southern side of the
upper part to find a hidden Revive by examining the stand-alone rock.

Return to the other side and go near the ladder. Descend the stairs again and
take the north path, up the stairs, to a raised part in the northern portion of
the floor. Use the Dowsing MCHN to find an Antidote in a stand-alone rock.

That'll be it for now. Go upstairs and back out to Ecruteak.

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                                Ecruteak City
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Surfing           |
|  Poliwhirl     |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |   40%   |  40%  |   40%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |   93%   |  93%  |   93%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: There are no Trainers located in this location.       |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Okay, once you've left the Burned Tower, go heal up at the Pokémon Center.
Grab some items from the Poké Mart. When you're ready, go into the now-opened
Ecruteak Gym for your fourth Badge.

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                                 Ecruteak Gym
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  There aren't any wild Pokémon located here.                              |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Gastly Lv. 16 (x5)                                    |
|                     Haunter Lv. 20 (x2)                                   |
|                     Haunter Lv. 22                                        |
|                     Gastly Lv. 18, Gastly Lv. 20, Haunter Lv. 20          |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

This is a Ghost-type Gym, like Fantina's of D/P/Pt. The light here is rather
weak, being only bright enough to see your immediate surroundings and the
foggy abyss below. (If you fall, you'll reappear near the entrance.)

Anywho, head straight forward to fight a Channeler, with one of the scarier
sprites. Once you beat her, she'll extinguish the light. Walk one step up and
three to the right. Then continue fully northward.

You'll soon find another Channeler, who'll shut off her lantern after her
defeat. Go one step to the right, two up, and fully to the left.

ANOTHER CHANNELER! Beat this one to extinguish another light, then go one step
down, two left, one up, one left, and continue straight up for another
Channeler, who'll actually block your path.

After beating Channeler #4, go one step down, two right, three up, three left,
and then straight up. BOO! It's Morty. Talk to him to begin.
 __________________________
|  BOSS: Gym Leader Morty  \
|___________________________\________________________________________________
|  Pokémon: Gastly (Ghost/Poison) Lv. 21                                     |
|           Haunter (Ghost/Poison) Lv. 21                                    |
|           Haunter (Ghost/Poison) Lv. 23                                    |
|           Gengar (Ghost/Poison) Lv. 25                                     |
|                                                                            |
|  Money Earned: $2,760                                                      |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  All four Pokémon have the same weaknesses: Ghost, Psychic, and maybe      |
|  Dark, although I'm not sure. They'll have an advantage over Psychic,      |
|  Ghost, and Grass types. They have immunities to Normal, Ground, and       |
|  Fighting.                                                                 |
|                                                                            |
|  The Gastly and Haunters can Curse you, which damages it and you. One      |
|  Haunter's main problem is that is can put you to sleep, and then either   |
|  Dream Eater away some HP, or put you in Nightmare for MORE damage.        |
|  Regardless, if you use a Psychic or Ghost, Gengar will do you in with     |
|  Shadow Ball -- it loved using that on me. It can also put you to sleep.   |
|                                                                            |
|  Recommendations: A Normal type Pokémon with non-Normal/Fighting moves at  |
|  Lv. 28+, Kadabra/Alakazam at Lv. 29+, and your starter at Lv. 30+.        |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

After winning, you'll obtain the Fog Badge, which let's you use Surf out of
battles. You'll also get TM30, Shadow Ball, a good move for Kadabra/Alakazam
if they can learn it.


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++     Section V- Through Cianwood's Gym                         **HS45**  ++
++                                                                         ++
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                                 Ecruteak Gym
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Once you've defeated Morty and received your badge, fall into the abyss to go
back to the front of the gym, and leave.

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                                Ecruteak City
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Surfing           |
|  Poliwhirl     |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |   40%   |  40%  |   40%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |   93%   |  93%  |   93%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: There are no Trainers located in this location.       |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Outside, go to the Pokémon Center and restore your Pokémon. Exit Ecruteak
City by going west, onto Route 38.

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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Rattata       |   HG    |   30%   |  30%  |   40%   |  Grass             |
|  Meowth        |   SS    |   30%   |  30%  |   40%   |  Grass             |
|  Raticate      |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Grass             |
|  Magnemite     |  Both   |   20%   |  20%  |   20%   |  Grass             |
|  Farfetch'd    |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Miltank       |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Grass             |
|  Tauros        |  Both   |    4%   |   4%  |    4%   |  Grass             |
|  Snubbull      |  Both   |    1%   |   1%  |    1%   |  Grass             |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Wooper Lv. 20                                         |
|                     Doduo Lv. 16, Doduo Lv. 17, Doduo Lv. 18              |
|                     Hoppip Lv. 18, Skiploom Lv. 18                        |
|                     Flaaffy Lv. 19, Psyduck Lv. 19                        |
|                     Mr. Mime Lv. 20                                       |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

By this point in the game, you can catch Raikou and Entei. These Pokémon will
roam the Johto region, and seem to change location as you do. You can encounter
them randomly in the grass if they're on your Route. Unless somehow they are
flee-blocked (due to Mean Look, Shadow Tag, etc.), they will flee. You can
get a move in before such happens. If flee-blocked, they will go on the
offensive, possibly using Roar (ie. battle ends). You can catch them with any
ball, but an Ultra Ball is STRONGLY recommended.

As for Pokémon typically on Route 38, Tauros, Miltank, and Magnemite are all
good additions to your team. I'd at least get Magnemite for the Electric
typing of it.

Okay, onto the Route. Upon entering, take the grassy path and battle the Sailor
on the left. Then exit this lane and take the southern path instead. Go to the
bottommost one firstly to get the Max Potion, then go onto the upper path to
battle a Bird Keeper.

After the battle, go west and grab the Apricorn, then jump off of the ledge and
into the grass to battle the Beauty. After that battle, start eastward to find
a Lass to battle. Get her number because she may give you a Thunderstone (which
is only useful in Generation IV for Eevee and Pikachu, I think).

After this, go west for a School Kid training a Mr. Mime. He'll block the way
now, so go to where you fought the Beauty and go west. The Corsola trainer from
G/S/C has mysteriously vanished, so that'll be it for now. Cross into Route 39
by going west.

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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Rattata       |   HG    |   30%   |  30%  |   40%   |  Grass             |
|  Meowth        |   SS    |   30%   |  30%  |   40%   |  Grass             |
|  Raticate      |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Grass             |
|  Magnemite     |  Both   |   20%   |  20%  |   20%   |  Grass             |
|  Farfetch'd    |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Miltank       |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Grass             |
|  Tauros        |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Grass             |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Slowpoke Lv. 17, Slowpoke Lv. 20                      |
|                     Pikachu Lv. 18                                        |
|                     Pikachu Lv. 17                                        |
|                     Poliwhirl Lv. 17, Raticate Lv. 17, Krabby Lv. 19      |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

When you get here, you'll meet Baoba, the manager of the Safari Zone, which is
no longer residing in the Kanto region, but in Johto. (It was like this in the
original G/S/C. There was nothing but a warp to a Beta Safari Zone in the
originals, though; the Pal Park is in the Kanto Safari Zone's spot from the
Red/Blue/Yellow/Green days, I think.) Get his number and he'll leave. We'll
visit the Safari Zone later.

Go up to the ranch and grab the Apricorn nearby. Into the field where the
Miltank are to find a PP Up four steps down from the top-left part of the
fence. Go a bit further to find TM60 (Drain Punch) behind a tower. Go seven
steps left from the front of the tower to find a Nugget. Search the right-hand
side of the ranch with the Dowsing MCHN (I forgot the specific location) to
find an X Attack.

Now, go into the ranch house itself, taking the left entrance into the shed.
If you have seven Oran Berries, speak with the Miltank seven times to give them
to her. (It doesn't have to be at this time.) Speak with the girl on the left
to receive a Seal Case, which holds Seals to give your Pokémon special effects
when the Pokéball opens. You'll also be given some Seals.

Go into the main portion of the house and speak with the woman to get TM83
(Natural Gift). You also speak with the guy to get Moomoo Milk (an item that
restores 100 HP) for $500 a piece, in amounts of one or a dozen/twelve.

Exit the ranch and go southward for the four battles listed above. There is
grass on the west side of the path for wild Pokémon catching. Go south enough
and you'll get to Olivine City.

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                                 Olivine City
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Tentacool     |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Surfing           |
|  Tentacruel    |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Krabby        |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Krabby        |  Both   |   37%   |  37%  |   37%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Corsola       |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    0%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Staryu        |  Both   |    0%   |   0%  |    3%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Krabby        |  Both   |   67%   |  67%  |   67%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Corsola       |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |    0%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Staryu        |  Both   |    0%   |   0%  |   30%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Kingler       |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    3%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: There are no Trainers available for battle here.      |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Olivine City is the port city of the Johto region, as Vermillion is for Kanto,
Lilycove/Slateport for Hoenn, Canalave for Sinnoh, and Castelia City is for
Unova. Of course, that means you can surf for Pokémon here.

When you enter the city, your rival will leave the Pokémon Gym, and I think
speak with you. Once he leaves, head for the Pokémon Center and heal. Then go
into the first house to the south of the city entrance you find. Inside, speak
with the fisherman to get a Good Rod.

Leave the house and go down to find the Harbor, changed from G/S/C. There isn't
a fishable place here. Oh well.

Go to the Poké Mart, use it if need be, and go up the stairs nearby and go into
the east house. Talk to the girl inside for some Seals. Go into the other house
to find a person who'll give you a Voltorb for a Krabby. Krabby, in fact, can
be caught in Olivine, so it's a pretty good idea.

Outside this house, there should be a little open part of the ledge west of
the house. Examine said spot for a Full Heal.

Go south and up the stairs to the right. This will lead to the Lighthouse
of Olivine City, which has a fair amount of Trainers. Not Pokémon, though.
You'll have to come here to be able to get the sixth badge. Yes, this is the
section for the FIFTH, but that's on the way to the sixth.

Be sure to be healed up and enter the lighthouse when you're ready.

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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  No wild Pokémon can be found in this location.                           |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Noctowl Lv. 22                                        |
|                     Poliwag Lv. 18, Poliwhirl Lv. 20                      |
|                     Five Pidgeys: Lv. 15 (x3), Lv. 17, Lv. 19             |
|                     Growlithe Lv. 18 (x2)                                 |
|                     Marill Lv. 21                                         |
|                     Krabby Lv. 18, Krabby Lv. 20                          |
|                     Spearow Lv. 18 (x2), Fearow Lv. 20                    |
|                     Poliwhirl Lv. 20                                      |
|                     Machop Lv. 18 (x2), Poliwhirl Lv. 18                  |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

When you enter, go up to the top of this room for an elevator ... an
out-of-order elevator. Go up the stairs.

Go down some to find a battle-able gentleman, and onto the other side for a
Sailor. Finish them off and go up the stairs.

Battle and defeat the trainer with the Pidgey, then go up the ladder to your
left.

Battle the gentleman on the right, beat him, go down, and battle and defeat the
Lass. Pick up the TM87 (Swagger) in the left corner. Go through the hole on the
right when you're done.

And thusly, you're outside the Lighthouse. Thanks to tilting-down of the view
since the G/S/C (technically R/S/E/FR/LG) days, you can see the sky here, too.
Pick up the Rare Candy on the other side of the Lighthouse, and then enter it
again from the front entrance here.

Beat the sailer and collect the Ether on his right. Go left a bit and examine
the crack on the floor to find a Hyper Potion. Go up and battle and the bird
keeper and go up to 4F via ladder. Do it again on 4F.

Go down and battle and defeat the Sailor. Go around to the other side of the
room to battle another Sailor. Get your picture taken in the bottom-left
corner if you wish, collect the Super Repel in the room, and go up the ladder
to the top floor of the Lighthouse - 6F.

On 6F, speak with the girl next to the Ampharos (FYI, Electric type Pokémon
evolved from Flaaffy, which evolves from Mareep) to learn that she is the
Olivine City Gym Leader, Jasmine. She'll request that you get her the
Secretpotion (a cure-all) for Ampharos, because she can't it unlock. She'll
unlock the door at the bottom, so you can leave via the elevator. Grab the
Super Potion on the right, go down elevator, and leave the Lighthouse.

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                                 Olivine City
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Tentacool     |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Surfing           |
|  Tentacruel    |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Krabby        |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Krabby        |  Both   |   37%   |  37%  |   37%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Corsola       |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    0%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Staryu        |  Both   |    0%   |   0%  |    3%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Krabby        |  Both   |   67%   |  67%  |   67%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Corsola       |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |    0%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Staryu        |  Both   |    0%   |   0%  |   30%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Kingler       |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    3%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: There are no Trainers available for battle here.      |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Heal in the Pokémon Center and go to the Poké Mart, stocking up on some Super
Potions and Poké/Great Balls. Exit Olivine to the west, onto Route 40.

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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Tentacool     |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Surfing           |
|  Tentacruel    |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Krabby        |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Krabby        |  Both   |   37%   |  37%  |   37%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Corsola       |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    0%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Staryu        |  Both   |    0%   |   0%  |    3%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Krabby        |  Both   |   67%   |  67%  |   67%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Corsola       |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |    0%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Staryu        |  Both   |    0%   |   0%  |   30%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Kingler       |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    3%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Tentacool Lv. 20 (x2)                                 |
|                     Staryu Lv. 21                                         |
|                     Shellder Lv. 18 (x2), Wartortle Lv. 20                |
|                     Staryu Lv. 19, Shellder Lv. 19                        |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

For this Route, you'll be Surfing on the water, and not going into that
gatehouse - it leads to the Battle Frontier, which is inaccessible. So, you'll
need HM03 (Surf), the Ecruteak Gym Badge, and a Pokémon. Most Water-types can
learn Surf, so if you lack a Pokémon that can learn it, fish for something. (It
sucks you can't use the "Surfboard" glitch item like you could in Red/Blue.)

Once you're on the water, battle the Swimmer in front of you, then go east for
another battle. Go south and onto the small island to find TM88 (Pluck), a
Flying-type move with decent power that can use a Berry the opponent is
holding.

Get onto the water and go south to find two Swimmers, though not in a double
battle. Go south some more to reach Route 41.

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                                   Route 41
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Tentacool     |   SS    |   70%   |  70%  |   70%   |  Surfing           |
|  Tentacool     |   HG    |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Surfing           |
|  Tentacruel    |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Surfing           |
|  Mantine       |   HG    |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Tentacool     |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Tentacool     |  Both   |   37%   |  37%  |   37%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Chinchou      |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    0%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Shellder      |  Both   |    0%   |   0%  |    3%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Chinchou      |  Both   |   67%   |  67%  |   67%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Shellder      |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |    0%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Tentacruel    |  Both   |    0%   |   0%  |   30%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Lanturn       |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    3%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Tentacool Lv. 20 (x2)                                 |
|                     Staryu Lv. 21                                         |
|                     Shellder Lv. 18 (x2), Wartortle Lv. 20                |
|                     Staryu Lv. 19, Shellder Lv. 19                        |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Route 41 has two Pokémon of interest. There is Mantine, a Water/Flying type
with decent Special Defense. It is weak against Electric (4x), but the Ice,
Rock (?), and Grass weaknesses are nullified. However, it is only on HeartGold.
The other is Chinchou. It is Water/Electric, which should nullify at least the
Ground weakness - plus, it can absorb Electric moves, I believe.

To start, Surf southward and hug the east wall for a battle. Go back and Surf
west for another battle. Ignore the whirlpool you'll probably see and continue
west for another Swimmer. You'll pass an island blocked by a whirlpool; ignore
it and the next whirlpool, as well as the Cianwood coast to the south, for
another Swimmer to the east, then another one to his north.

Then go south for another Swimmer and east for another two. Surf south and west
past another whirlpool. At the left/up fork, go up and battle this Swimmer, and
go back down for another battle.

Go west to battle your last Swimmer, then go west to land on Cianwood.

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                                Cianwood City
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Krabby        |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Rock Smash rocks  |
|  Krabby        |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Rock Smash rocks  |
|  Tentacool     |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Surfing           |
|  Tentacruel    |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Krabby        |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Krabby        |  Both   |   37%   |  37%  |   37%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Corsola       |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    0%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Staryu        |  Both   |    0%   |   0%  |    3%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Krabby        |  Both   |   67%   |  67%  |   67%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Corsola       |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |    0%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Staryu        |  Both   |    0%   |   0%  |   30%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Kingler       |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    3%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: There are no Trainers available for battle here.      |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

After landing, head over to the Pokémon Center and heal yourself. Get a free
slot in your party and leave. Go into the westernmost house and speak with the
guy there to be given his Shuckle for you to take care of (and never give back,
it seems). It'll be Level 20 and of a different ID/Secret ID/OT (or it should),
so it'll get boosted EXP. It'll also come with a Berry Juice. It actually isn't
worth using, for me. You probably can make some use of it; just beware it is
among the slowest Pokémon in the game.

Then go into the southernmost building and speak with the guy behind the desk
to receive the Secretpotion for Ampharos. Leave and go to the tribe-like things
on the east side of the island. Examine the third one from the bottom, on the
right side, to get a Stardust.

Once you're ready, go to the northern part of Cianwood to see Suicune! It'll
jump off and Eusine will appear. Believing defeating you will let him see
Suicune, he'll challenge you to a battle.
 ____________________________
|  BOSS: Mystery Man Eusine  \
|_____________________________\______________________________________________
|  Pokémon: Drowzee (Psychic) Lv. 25                                         |
|           Electrode (Electric) Lv. 27                                      |
|           Haunter (Ghost/Poison) Lv. 25                                    |
|                                                                            |
|  Money Earned: $3,240                                                      |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Drowzee, being Psychic, is weak against Dark, Ghost, and Bug. Your main   |
|  problem against it is Hypnosis, which will put you to sleep. It can then  |
|  use Dream Eater, which will hurt a Sleeping Pokémon. It'll have an        |
|  advantage over Fighting and Poison types.                                 |
|                                                                            |
|  Electrode's main problem is Thunder (a powerful Electric attack with 120  |
|  base power, 180 STAB power), as well its Static ability, which means you  |
|  could get Paralyzed if you hit it with a Physical attack. It is weak      |
|  against Ground, and advantageous over Water and Flying.                   |
|                                                                            |
|  Haunter is weak against Ghost, Dark (?), and Psychic and is immune to     |
|  Ground, Normal, and Fighting. It's main problem is Curse, which takes off |
|  half of its HP to damage you, and Lick, a Ghost-type move that may        |
|  paralyze you.                                                             |
|                                                                            |
|  Recommendations: Graveler/Golem at Lv. 30+, Haunter/Gengar/your starter   |
|  at Lv. 30+, and your starter as back-up at Lv. 33+.                       |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

After you finish the battle, he'll leave. Go and break the Rock Smash rock next
to the northwest house and examine the wall to find a Revive.

For now, all you really can do is smash rocks for a chance at a Pokémon or
items. Heal up at the Pokémon Center when ready, and go into the Gym.

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                                 Cianwood Gym
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  There aren't any wild Pokémon located here.                              |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Hitmonlee Lv. 27                                      |
|                     Machop Lv. 25, Machoke Lv. 25                         |
|                     Hitmonchan Lv. 27                                     |
|                     Mankey Lv. 23 (x2), Primeape Lv. 25                   |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Cianwood, the Fighting-type Gym of the Johto region, has been fully remodeled
from G/S/C and now no longer requires the usage of Strength. Chuck, the Gym
Leader, is meditating while sitting under a waterfall, one you'll need to
interrupt to battle him.

To start, go down the front steps and to the left. Defeat the trainer and go
up the stairs to the right, then the left. Defeat the trainer there and go to
the lowest part of the floor again.

Go up the staircase on the right. Go up either set to get to the trainer, then
go up the unused set. Go right and up the top, defeating the Blackbelt as you
go, and across the bridge. Go up the steps and to the red switch to the far
right. Face it and press A to remove the waterfall.

Go to the bottom floor now to find Chuck. You can either battle him now, or go
to the Pokémon Center first. Once you're ready, speak with him to challenge
him!
 __________________________
|  BOSS: Gym Leader Chuck  \
|___________________________\________________________________________________
|  Pokémon: Primeape (Fighting) Lv. 29                                       |
|           Poliwrath (Water/Fighting) Lv. 31                                |
|                                                                            |
|  Money Earned: $3,720                                                      |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Primeape is a Fighting type. It is therefore weak to Psychic and Flying.  |
|  It can use Focus Punch, which is no worry if your Pokémon isn't asleep    |
|  and has a decent level of Speed; and Rock Slide, which isn't too much a   |
|  problem.                                                                  |
|                                                                            |
|  Poliwrath is weak against Electric, Grass, Flying, and Psychic move. It   |
|  also can use Focus Punch, which it often does after Hypnosis. It can also |
|  use Surf, which may deal with your starter, and Body Slam, which can      |
|  Paralyze. Again, you'll need a decent amount of Speed, unless you happen  |
|  to have a powerful Grass/Electric/Flying/Psychic move, preferably with    |
|  a same-type bonus, to OHKO it.                                            |
|                                                                            |
|  Recommendations: Pidgeotto/Pidgeot/Spearow/Fearow at Lv. 30+, Kadabra or  |
|  Alakazam at Lv. 30+, and your starter at Lv. 33+.                         |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

After defeating Chuck, you'll get the Storm Badge, your fifth badge, which can
let you use HM02 Fly out of battle (although we don't have it). You'll also get
TM01 (Focus Punch). Focus Punch, in my opinion, isn't a good move. Yes, it is
powerful, but odds are that you'll be hit before using it.

Anywho, yay, fifth badge!


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++                                                                         ++
++     Section VI- Through Olivine's Gym                         **HS46**  ++
++                                                                         ++
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                                 Cianwood Gym
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After you've finished off Chuck and obtained your Storm Badge and TM01, leave
the Gym.

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                                Cianwood City
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Krabby        |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Rock Smash rocks  |
|  Krabby        |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Rock Smash rocks  |
|  Tentacool     |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Surfing           |
|  Tentacruel    |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Krabby        |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Krabby        |  Both   |   37%   |  37%  |   37%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Corsola       |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    0%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Staryu        |  Both   |    0%   |   0%  |    3%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Krabby        |  Both   |   67%   |  67%  |   67%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Corsola       |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |    0%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Staryu        |  Both   |    0%   |   0%  |   30%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Kingler       |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    3%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: There are no Trainers available for battle here.      |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Right after leaving the Gym, Chuck's wife will come and give you HM02, Fly!
This solves our problem of trekking through the wilderness. If you teach it to
a Pokémon, such as Pidgeotto or Golbat or almost anything of the Flying-type,
you can fly to the Pokémon Center of any town or city you've previously gone
to, as well as several others.

For now, you should go to Olivine. You can either Surf or Fly; the former is
for EXP., the latter for getting it over with. Heal up at the Pokémon Center
and go!

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                                 Olivine City
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Tentacool     |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Surfing           |
|  Tentacruel    |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Krabby        |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Krabby        |  Both   |   37%   |  37%  |   37%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Corsola       |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    0%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Staryu        |  Both   |    0%   |   0%  |    3%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Krabby        |  Both   |   67%   |  67%  |   67%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Corsola       |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |    0%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Staryu        |  Both   |    0%   |   0%  |   30%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Kingler       |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    3%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: There are no Trainers available for battle here.      |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Once you get here, do whatever business you may somehow have, and enter the
Lighthouse.

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                                  Lighthouse
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Once you arrive, you can either (a) trek through the place as before, or (b)
go into the elevator in front of you.

On the top floor, speak with Jasmine and she'll give Amphy the Secretpotion,
which will heal it and return power to the Lighthouse.

Jasmine will then return to the Gym. Go into the elevator and exit the
Lighthouse.

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                                 Olivine City
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Tentacool     |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Surfing           |
|  Tentacruel    |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Krabby        |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Krabby        |  Both   |   37%   |  37%  |   37%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Corsola       |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    0%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Staryu        |  Both   |    0%   |   0%  |    3%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Krabby        |  Both   |   67%   |  67%  |   67%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Corsola       |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |    0%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Staryu        |  Both   |    0%   |   0%  |   30%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Kingler       |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    3%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: There are no Trainers available for battle here.      |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Outside the Lighthouse, Baoba will call. The Safari Zone is now open for
business! Heal up at the Pokémon Center if needed, then enter the Gym.

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                                 Olivine Gym
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Olivine's Gym is notable for not having any trainers to battle, as well as for
training the Steel-type, the best defensive type with a whopping 11 resistances
and immunity to the type and status Poison. Jasmine is at the top of the very
linear Gym. Speak with her to battle.
 ____________________________
|  BOSS: Gym Leader Jasmine  \
|_____________________________\______________________________________________
|  Pokémon: Magnemite (Steel/Electric) Lv. 30                                |
|           Magnemite (Steel/Electric) Lv. 30                                |
|           Steelix (Steel/Ground) Lv. 35                                    |
|                                                                            |
|  Money Earned: $4,200                                                      |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Magnemite have weaknesses to Ground (x4), Fire, and Fighting. They have a |
|  resistance to Flying and Steel for 1/4 damage (just FYI), and an immunity |
|  to the type/status Poison. They have Thunderbolt, which can Paralyze,     |
|  Thunder Wave, which WILL Paralyze, and Supersonic, which can confuse.     |
|  Both of her Magnemite are exactly the same.                               |
|                                                                            |
|  Steelix is weak against Ground, Fire, Fighting, and Water. It is immune   |
|  to Electric and the type/status Poison. It enjoys using Iron Tail, a      |
|  powerful Steel-type move, and Rock Throw, a Rock-type move. It also has   |
|  Sturdy, which prevents OHKO moves and therefore will probably make        |
|  Jasmine use her two Hyper Potions.                                        |
|                                                                            |
|  Recommendations: Golem/Graveler at Lv. 32+; Growlithe, Arcanine, Vulpix,  |
|  or Ninetales at Lv. 30+; and your starter as back-up at Lv. 34+.          |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

After this Gym Battle, you'll get the Mineral Badge and TM23 Iron Tail, a
Steel-type move of decent power, but 75% accuracy.


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++     Section VII- Through Mahogany's Gym                       **HS47**  ++
++                                                                         ++
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                                 Olivine Gym
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Once you've defeated Jasmine and gotten the Mineral Badge, exit the Gym.

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                                 Olivine City
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Tentacool     |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Surfing           |
|  Tentacruel    |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Krabby        |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Krabby        |  Both   |   37%   |  37%  |   37%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Corsola       |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    0%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Staryu        |  Both   |    0%   |   0%  |    3%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Krabby        |  Both   |   67%   |  67%  |   67%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Corsola       |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |    0%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Staryu        |  Both   |    0%   |   0%  |   30%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Kingler       |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    3%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: There are no Trainers available for battle here.      |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Outside, you can head over to the Safari Zone, which I'll cover here. If you
don't want to go there, Fly on over Ecruteak. If you DO want to go, Fly on
over to Cianwood.

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                                Cianwood City
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Krabby        |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Rock Smash rocks  |
|  Krabby        |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Rock Smash rocks  |
|  Tentacool     |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Surfing           |
|  Tentacruel    |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Krabby        |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Krabby        |  Both   |   37%   |  37%  |   37%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Corsola       |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    0%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Staryu        |  Both   |    0%   |   0%  |    3%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Krabby        |  Both   |   67%   |  67%  |   67%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Corsola       |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |    0%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Staryu        |  Both   |    0%   |   0%  |   30%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Kingler       |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    3%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: There are no Trainers available for battle here.      |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Heal up if needed, then enter the cave to the northwest, then, in the cave,
up the steps, then down the other steps, onto Route 47.

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                                   Route 47
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Tentacool     |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Surfing           |
|  Seel          |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Surfing           |
|  Staryu        |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Tentacool     |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Tentacool     |  Both   |   37%   |  37%  |   37%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Chinchou      |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Shellder      |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    3%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Chinchou      |  Both   |   67%   |  67%  |   67%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Shellder      |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Tentacruel    |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Lanturn       |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    3%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Dunsparce Lv. 19 (x3)                                 |
|                     Skiploom Lv. 21, Marill Lv. 21                        |
|                     Electabuzz Lv. 25, Magmar Lv. 25                      |
|                     Cloyster Lv. 22, Onix Lv. 22                          |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

After arriving, go around the path and battle the Hiker, then left across the
bridge for another battle. Collect the Revive, go back across the bridge, and
into the cave.

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                                The Cliff Cave
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Geodude       |  Both   |   20%   |  20%  |   20%   |  Walk around       |
|  Graveler      |  Both   |    4%   |   4%  |    4%   |  Walk around       |
|  Zubat         |  Both   |    0%   |   0%  |    5%   |  Walk around       |
|  Golbat        |  Both   |   20%   |  20%  |   20%   |  Walk around       |
|  Machop        |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Walk around       |
|  Machoke       |  Both   |    4%   |   4%  |    4%   |  Walk around       |
|  Wooper        |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    0%   |  Walk around       |
|  Quagsire      |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    0%   |  Walk around       |
|  Onix          |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Walk around       |
|  Steelix       |  Both   |    2%   |   2%  |    2%   |  Walk around       |
|  Krabby        |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Walk around       |
|  Kingler       |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Walk around       |
|  Misreavus     |  Both   |    0%   |   0%  |    5%   |  Walk around       |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: No Trainers are here for now.                         |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Go down the ladder and onto Route 47 again.

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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Tentacool     |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Surfing           |
|  Seel          |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Surfing           |
|  Staryu        |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Tentacool     |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Tentacool     |  Both   |   37%   |  37%  |   37%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Chinchou      |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Shellder      |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    3%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Chinchou      |  Both   |   67%   |  67%  |   67%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Shellder      |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Tentacruel    |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Lanturn       |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    3%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Dunsparce Lv. 19 (x3)                                 |
|                     Skiploom Lv. 21, Marill Lv. 21                        |
|                     Electabuzz Lv. 25, Magmar Lv. 25                      |
|                     Cloyster Lv. 22, Onix Lv. 22                          |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Once you leave, hop and Surf onto the water, going west. Eventually, you'll
find a bit of land. Get onto it and examine the tile one square right and up
from the bottom-left to find a Pearl.

Return to the Cliff Cave now.

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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Geodude       |  Both   |   20%   |  20%  |   20%   |  Walk around       |
|  Graveler      |  Both   |    4%   |   4%  |    4%   |  Walk around       |
|  Zubat         |  Both   |    0%   |   0%  |    5%   |  Walk around       |
|  Golbat        |  Both   |   20%   |  20%  |   20%   |  Walk around       |
|  Machop        |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Walk around       |
|  Machoke       |  Both   |    4%   |   4%  |    4%   |  Walk around       |
|  Wooper        |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    0%   |  Walk around       |
|  Quagsire      |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    0%   |  Walk around       |
|  Onix          |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Walk around       |
|  Steelix       |  Both   |    2%   |   2%  |    2%   |  Walk around       |
|  Krabby        |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Walk around       |
|  Kingler       |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Walk around       |
|  Misreavus     |  Both   |    0%   |   0%  |    5%   |  Walk around       |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: No Trainers are here for now.                         |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Go back up the ladder and examine the bottom wall between the two southeastern
rocks to find an Ultra Ball, then exit the cave.

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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Tentacool     |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Surfing           |
|  Seel          |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Surfing           |
|  Staryu        |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Tentacool     |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Tentacool     |  Both   |   37%   |  37%  |   37%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Chinchou      |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Shellder      |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    3%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Chinchou      |  Both   |   67%   |  67%  |   67%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Shellder      |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Tentacruel    |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Lanturn       |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    3%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Dunsparce Lv. 19 (x3)                                 |
|                     Skiploom Lv. 21, Marill Lv. 21                        |
|                     Electabuzz Lv. 25, Magmar Lv. 25                      |
|                     Cloyster Lv. 22, Onix Lv. 22                          |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Go to the two Ace Trainers and defeat them, then west across the bridges and
just keep going around. Once you've landed on the grassy area after the second
upper bridge on the right, go down and collect the Lagging Tail. Battle the
two trainers further north, and cross the border onto Route 48.

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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Gloom         |  Both   |   20%   |  20%  |   20%   |  Grass             |
|  Growlithe     |   HG    |    9%   |   9%  |   29%   |  Grass             |
|  Tauros        |  Both   |   21%   |  21%  |   21%   |  Grass             |
|  Vulpix        |   SS    |    9%   |   9%  |   29%   |  Grass             |
|  Farfetch'd    |  Both   |   20%   |  20%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Fearow        |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Grass             |
|  Hoppip        |  Both   |   11%   |  11%  |   11%   |  Grass             |
|  Girafarig     |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Grass             |
|  Diglett       |  Both   |    4%   |   4%  |    4%   |  Grass             |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: No trainers are here.                                 |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Head north, and then west, across the bridge to find a patch of grass. Go into
the small path southwest of said grass to find a Nugget. Return to the grass
and north to the Safari Zone Gate.

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Begin by going near the Pokémon Center. Examine the patch of grass one tile
away from its right side for a Tinymushroom, then another a bit southwest of
the Pokémon Center to the bottom left for a flower. A third one is located in
the grass on the east side of town, to the right of the stall with the
Kangaskhan.

Go into the Pokémon Center and heal up. A guy outside the Pokémon Center can
take your photo. The stalls can sell stuff. One will sell some Pokéballs and
some Mail; another will sell those EV-boosting vitamins.

That's really all. Go into the Safari Zone when done.

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[There is Pokémon wild encounter list for here, but is so long that it's too
 much trouble on both sides of this computer screen for me to put.]

When you enter, Baoba will find and speak with you. Answer yes to his question,
then speak with the guy at the top. Pay him to enter the Safari Zone. Inside,
you want to catch a Geodude to complete the challenge given by Baoba. Once have
and leave, put the Geodude in the first slot of the party and show Baoba. In
the next day, you'll get a call from him, after which you can customize the
areas here. To do so, use the computer in the Safari Zone.

Later on, you'll get a second challenge from Baboa, which is to catch a
Sandshrew. Show it to him as before. You'll get another call from him in about
a day or so. This lets you add items to the Safari Zone, but only if you have
the National Dex. The items can let other Pokémon come in.

Once you're done, you're done, unless you want to catch some more. Leave the
Safari Zone.

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Here, you can do the sidequest below to get a Lapras. If you don't, skip on to
the Ecruteak section.

For said Lapras thing, it must be Friday (unless you want EXP.). Go to Azalea
and then into Union Cave from this side.

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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Rattata       |   HG    |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Walk around 1F    |
|  Rattata       |   SS    |   40%   |  40%  |   40%   |  Walk around 1F    |
|  Zubat         |  Both   |   25%   |  25%  |   30%   |  Walk around 1F    |
|  Geodude       |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Walk around 1F    |
|  Onix          |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Walk around 1F    |
|  Sandshrew     |   HG    |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Walk around 1F    |
|  Rattata       |   HG    |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Walk around B1F   |
|  Rattata       |   SS    |   35%   |  35%  |   35%   |  Walk around B1F   |
|  Zubat         |  Both   |   25%   |  25%  |   25%   |  Walk around B1F   |
|  Geodude       |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Walk around B1F   |
|  Onix          |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Walk around B1F   |
|  Sandshrew     |   HG    |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Walk around B1F   |
|  Quagsire      |  Both   |   40%   |  40%  |   40%   |  Surfing           |
|  Wooper        |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Goldeen       |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Goldeen       |  Both   |   40%   |  40%  |   40%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Goldeen       |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Seaking       |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    3%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Marowak Lv. 24 (x2)                                   |
|                     Kangaskhan Lv. 26                                     |
|                     Eevee Lv. 26; Vaporeon, Jolteon, & Flareon at Lv. 22  |
|                     Charmander, Squirtle, and Bulbasaur all at Lv. 26     |
|                     Poliwhirl Lv. 28                                      |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

From the Azalea side, go to the left and Surf to the lone island with the tall
rock. Examine the rock for a Big Pearl, then Surf far down to the stairs.

Defeat the Pokémaniac nearby, then Surf across for another Pokémaniac battle.
Go down the nearby stairway.

Begin Surfing and follow the path down some, then right when you can. Grab the
Elixir on the island down this path, then return to the three-way intersection
and go down. Go left when next possible and land and battle the Ace Trainer.
Grab the hidden Calcium to his top-right and go down the stairs and onto the
water on the right. Surf downwards and then right to another trainer.

Defeat him and pick up the Hyper Potion. Surf back to the previous Ace Trainer
island, and go down. Examine the rock to find an Ultra Ball and then defeat the
nearby Ace Trainer.

If it isn't Friday, you'll pretty much have to leave. If not, go onto the water
Surf to the right. Engage it in battle!
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|  Special Encounter: #131 Lapras  \
|___________________________________\________________________________________
|  Level: 20                                                                 |
|  Type : Water/Ice                                                          |
|  Moves: - Confuse Ray                                                      |
|         - Ice Shard                                                        |
|         - Water Pulse                                                      |
|         - Body Slam                                                        |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Lapras is weak against Grass, Electric, Fighting, and Steel (?) moves. It |
|  can use Confuse Ray to confuse you; Ice Shark for Ice damage; Water       |
|  Pulse for Water damage and possible confusion; and Body Slam for Normal   |
|  damage and possible paralysis.                                            |
|                                                                            |
|  The best method is to use False Swipe until it hits one, then use a Dusk  |
|  or Net Ball. Then again, you could just put it to sleep and do that, or   |
|  just use that Ball - I once caught Tornadus (a Pokémon with a LOW catch   |
|  rate) in Pokémon Black using just a Dusk Ball at Lv. 40 and full HP.      |
|                                                                            |
|  If you do somehow lose to it, or lose it, or something, it'll reappear    |
|  next Friday.                                                              |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

That's it for now. Once you're ready, head over to Ecruteak City.

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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Surfing           |
|  Poliwhirl     |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |   40%   |  40%  |   40%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |   93%   |  93%  |   93%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: There are no Trainers located in this location.       |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Here, head east of Ecruteak to Route 42. Heal up first, if need be.

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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Mareep        |   HG    |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Grass             |
|  Mareep        |   SS    |   50%   |  50%  |   50%   |  Grass             |
|  Mankey        |   HG    |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Grass             |
|  Spearow       |   HG    |   30%   |  30%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Spearow       |   SS    |   40%   |  40%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Zubat         |   HG    |    0%   |   0%  |   30%   |  Grass             |
|  Zubat         |   SS    |    0%   |   0%  |   40%   |  Grass             |
|  Flaaffy       |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Grass             |
|  Goldeen       |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Surfing           |
|  Seaking       |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Goldeen       |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Goldeen       |  Both   |   40%   |  40%  |   40%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Goldeen       |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Seaking       |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    3%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Qwilfish Lv. 19                                       |
|                     Nidorina Lv. 17, Nidorino Lv. 17                      |
|                     Diglett Lv. 15, Geodude Lv. 15, Dugtrio Lv. 15        |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

You may notice Mt. Mortar to the north. We'll cover that option in a moment;
for now, let's do Route 42.

For now, go east and start Surfing to around the central area. You'll find
Suicune nearby! Cut down the tree and go nearby to get pushed out of the way
by Suicune, who will soon dash away. Eusine will then appear and speak with
you for a moment before leaving.

Grab the Apricorns and leave the grove, going east to find a Super Potion. Surf
onto the water and go to the shore on the southeastern portion of the other
side. Examine the rock to find a Max Potion. Go north some and battle the
fisherman. Get his number, as he may give you Water Stones.

Go east and up the stairs to find the grass portion of Rt. 42 and the rest of
the Trainers. Mahogany is to the right; for now, though, let's go back to
Ecruteak.

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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Surfing           |
|  Poliwhirl     |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |   40%   |  40%  |   40%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |   93%   |  93%  |   93%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: There are no Trainers located in this location.       |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Once you've dealt with Route 42, Fly back to Ecruteak and return to Route 42.

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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Mareep        |   HG    |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Grass             |
|  Mareep        |   SS    |   50%   |  50%  |   50%   |  Grass             |
|  Mankey        |   HG    |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Grass             |
|  Spearow       |   HG    |   30%   |  30%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Spearow       |   SS    |   40%   |  40%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Zubat         |   HG    |    0%   |   0%  |   30%   |  Grass             |
|  Zubat         |   SS    |    0%   |   0%  |   40%   |  Grass             |
|  Flaaffy       |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Grass             |
|  Goldeen       |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Surfing           |
|  Seaking       |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Goldeen       |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Goldeen       |  Both   |   40%   |  40%  |   40%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Goldeen       |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Seaking       |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    3%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Qwilfish Lv. 19                                       |
|                     Nidorina Lv. 17, Nidorino Lv. 17                      |
|                     Diglett Lv. 15, Geodude Lv. 15, Dugtrio Lv. 15        |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

NOW go into Mt. Mortar.

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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Zubat         |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Walk around 1F    |
|  Machop        |  Both   |   20%   |  20%  |   20%   |  Walk around 1F    |
|  Rattata       |  Both   |   14%   |  14%  |   14%   |  Walk around 1F    |
|  Geodude       |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Walk around 1F    |
|  Marill        |  Both   |    1%   |   1%  |    1%   |  Walk around 1F    |
|  Zubat         |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Walk around 1F-2  |
|  Machop        |  Both   |   35%   |  35%  |   35%   |  Walk around 1F-2  |
|  Rattata       |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Walk around 1F-2  |
|  Geodude       |  Both   |   50%   |  50%  |   50%   |  Walk around 1F-2  |
|  Goldeen       |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Surfing           |
|  Seaking       |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Goldeen       |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Goldeen       |  Both   |   40%   |  40%  |   40%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Goldeen       |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Seaking       |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    3%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Nidoking Lv. 17, Nidoqueen Lv. 17                     |
|                     Slowpoke Lv. 19                                       |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Once you enter, check the rock closest to the top-right corner and you'll find
a Hyper Potion. Nothing else to mention, so go through the hole in the wall.

In 1F-2, go up the stairs to the left and then the ones upwards. Keep going on
up to find a ladder. Go on up it. Pick up that Ether and descend. Descend all
of the stairs and go to the right this time. Ignore the steps and the exit for
now and battle the trainer. Take the stairs to his right all of the way up to
a ladder. Ascend it.

Go down the stairs here to grab a Revive. Go back down the ladder.

Back on 1F-2, go all of the way down the stairs, then left and up. Push the
Strength boulder to the right to get through. Go up the two staircases on the
left when you get to the them and follow them around to an Ultra Ball. Go back
down the stairs, up some, but right before the next stairs, and pick up the Max
Potion. Go onto the upper platform, and go across, ignore the downwards steps
and take the upwards-going stairs on the right. Go up some and left down the
stairs for a Nugget.

Go back the way you came and go down while still on lower platform and you can
grab an Escape Rope. Go back up and take the downwards-going steps we ignored
earlier. Go down, up the left set of stairs, the ones to the north, and beat
the trainer. Go down and jump the ledges, and exit out of the hole.

In this area, you'll find lot of this will need Waterfall and Rock Climb. For
now, just exit Mt. Mortar onto Route 42.

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                                   Route 42
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Mareep        |   HG    |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Grass             |
|  Mareep        |   SS    |   50%   |  50%  |   50%   |  Grass             |
|  Mankey        |   HG    |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Grass             |
|  Spearow       |   HG    |   30%   |  30%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Spearow       |   SS    |   40%   |  40%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Zubat         |   HG    |    0%   |   0%  |   30%   |  Grass             |
|  Zubat         |   SS    |    0%   |   0%  |   40%   |  Grass             |
|  Flaaffy       |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Grass             |
|  Goldeen       |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Surfing           |
|  Seaking       |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Goldeen       |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Goldeen       |  Both   |   40%   |  40%  |   40%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Goldeen       |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Seaking       |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    3%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Qwilfish Lv. 19                                       |
|                     Nidorina Lv. 17, Nidorino Lv. 17                      |
|                     Diglett Lv. 15, Geodude Lv. 15, Dugtrio Lv. 15        |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Once you exit Mt. Mortar, you can go about due east into Mahogany Town.

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                                Mahogany Town
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Once you reach Mahogany, go to the right and speak with the guy blocking your
way to Route 44 to get a RageCandyBar. In this game, it is a key item; which is
unlike Black/White, where it can either heal 20 HP or awaken a Darmanitan. We
will use this later on.

In Mahogany, much like Celestic Town of D/P/Pt, the "Poké Mart" is in the left
house with the sign.

You can't do much else here, except use the Pokémon Center, because someone is
blocking your way into the Gym. So exit Mahogany to the north onto Route 43.

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                                   Route 43
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Flaaffy       |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Grass             |
|  Mareep        |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Grass             |
|  Girafarig     |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Grass             |
|  Pidgeotto     |  Both   |   25%   |  25%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Noctowl       |  Both   |    0%   |   0%  |   25%   |  Grass             |
|  Venonat       |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Grass             |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |  100%   | 100%  |  100%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |   40%   |  40%  |   40%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |   93%   |  93%  |   93%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Sandshrew Lv. 18, Sandslash Lv. 18, Zubat Lv. 20      |
|                     Clefairy Lv. 21                                       |
|                     Nidorina Lv. 20, Nidorino Lv. 24                      |
|                     Slowbro Lv. 20                                        |
|                     Nidoking Lv. 20                                       |
|                     Magikarp Lv. 10, Gyarados Lv. 20, Magikarp Lv. 15     |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Once you enter, go northwards and battle the Youngster, then go into the grass
on your left. Why? Going into the gatehouse will make you have to pay Team
Rocket $1,000.

Battle the Picnicker and the Pokémaniac further north. Go down through the
grass to find a Max Ether, then continue going north via whichever method you
prefer. As you do, you'll battle some Trainers, one with a Slowbro, the other
with a Nidoking. There are others, but we'll leave them alone for now. Once you
beat the Nidoking trainer, go north ... to the Lake of Rage.

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                                 Lake of Rage
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Surfing           |
|  Gyarados      |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |  100%   | 100%  |  100%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   97%   |  97%  |   97%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Gyarados      |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    3%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Gyarados      |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: No trainers are found here for now.                   |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

The Lake of Rage, located in northern Johto, is now rather rainy. So rainy, it
has recently flooded the land, evident by the trees protruding from the water.
It is also known for another thing.

Surf out to the center of the lake to find it. It is none other than a red
Gyarados, seen once in the anime, and optional in the original G/S/C. In HG/SS,
though, it is part of the game, so you are guaranteed to get one Shiny Pokémon,
because that is what it is. (This wasn't my first, though. My first was Gulpin
in Sapphire, though I didn't even know it for a few years! ... After I had
erased my file.) Speak with it to battle it.
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|  Special Encounter: #077 (Shiny) Gyarados  \
|_____________________________________________\______________________________
|  Level: 30                                                                 |
|  Type : Water/Flying                                                       |
|  Moves: - Bite                                                             |
|         - Dragon Rage                                                      |
|         - Leer                                                             |
|         - Twister                                                          |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  First, on Shinies. Shiny Pokémon are those with specific IV stats -- an   |
|  invisible predetermined stat. When a Pokémon has these, its appearance    |
|  will be different. For example, a shiny Gyarados is red while a normal    |
|  one is blue; a Shiny Celebi is pink while it normally is green. Such an   |
|  appearance change can be dramatic (eg. Ho-oh, Sceptile) or almost         |
|  unnoticeable (eg. Pikachu, Zapdos). Generally, the stats of Shiny Pokémon |
|  vary little from a regular Pokémon. The chance of finding one is about    |
|  1/8192, or more precisely as 6/65536, which is about 0.009%.              |
|                                                                            |
|  Now, onto Gyarados. It is weak against Electric moves (4x), and MAYBE     |
|  Rock. It is immune to Ground. You'll probably have no problem with it as  |
|  the moves, to be honest, are crappy at this time. The best method, as     |
|  usual, is False Swiping until it hits one HP, then throwing an Ultra Ball |
|  at it.                                                                    |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

Right after this battle, you'll also get the Red Scale. Now, Surf southward
onto land to see Lance, the Dragon-type trainer of the anime and the Elite
Four. Speak with him and you'll be enlisted for taking down Team Rocket in
Mahogany.

However, there is a VERY IMPORTANT item you'll want to get. It isn't required,
but is useful. Fly to Cherrygrove City.

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                               Cherrygrove City
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Tentacool     |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Surfing           |
|  Tentacruel    |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Krabby        |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Krabby        |  Both   |   37%   |  37%  |   37%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Corsola       |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    0%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Staryu        |  Both   |    0%   |   0%  |    3%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Krabby        |  Both   |   67%   |  67%  |   67%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Corsola       |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |    0%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Staryu        |  Both   |    0%   |   0%  |   30%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Kingler       |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    3%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: There are no Trainers available for battle here.      |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Heal up at the Pokémon Center and go north to Route 30.

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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Pidgey        |   HG    |   40%   |  50%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Pidgey        |   SS    |   10%   |  50%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Ledyba        |   SS    |   30%   |   0%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Caterpie      |   HG    |   50%   |  35%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Metapod       |   HG    |   10%   |  15%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Weedle        |   SS    |   50%   |  35%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Kakuna        |   SS    |   10%   |  15%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Spinarak      |   HG    |    0%   |   0%  |   30%   |  Grass             |
|  Hoothoot      |   HG    |    0%   |   0%  |   30%   |  Grass             |
|  Hoothoot      |   SS    |    0%   |   0%  |   60%   |  Grass             |
|  Rattata       |  Both   |    0%   |   0%  |   40%   |  Grass             |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Surfing           |
|  Poliwhirl     |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |   40%   |  40%  |   40%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |   93%   |  93%  |   93%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: There are no Trainers available for battle here.      |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Go north and into Mr. Pokémon's house (where you got the Mystery Egg way back)
and speak with him. If you give him the Red Scale, you'll receive the EXP.
Share.

The EXP. Share is a marvelous hold item for raising weak Pokémon fast. If held
by a Pokémon, this Pokémon will earn half of the EXP. from the battle,
regardless of whether it participates. This is assuming only one other Pokémon
participated - the idea is that it'll get an equal share of the EXP. (This
changed in Black/White, you know.) If you don't want to use it in this way,
you can give it to the Pokémon you typically use in battle to give it bonus
EXP.

Once you're done, Fly back to the Lake of Rage.

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                                 Lake of Rage
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Surfing           |
|  Gyarados      |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |  100%   | 100%  |  100%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   97%   |  97%  |   97%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Gyarados      |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    3%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Gyarados      |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Gyarados Lv. 27                                       |
|                     Magikarp Lv. 22 (x4)                                  |
|                     Mareep Lv. 25, Ninetales Lv. 25                       |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Once you arrive, you can battle the trainers located here. Two fisherman are
found near the southern shore of the lake. A female Ace Trainer is near the
eastern shote. That's it for now; head south back onto Route 43.

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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Flaaffy       |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Grass             |
|  Mareep        |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Grass             |
|  Girafarig     |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Grass             |
|  Pidgeotto     |  Both   |   25%   |  25%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Noctowl       |  Both   |    0%   |   0%  |   25%   |  Grass             |
|  Venonat       |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Grass             |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |  100%   | 100%  |  100%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |   40%   |  40%  |   40%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |   93%   |  93%  |   93%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Sandshrew Lv. 18, Sandslash Lv. 18, Zubat Lv. 20      |
|                     Clefairy Lv. 21                                       |
|                     Nidorina Lv. 20, Nidorino Lv. 24                      |
|                     Slowbro Lv. 20                                        |
|                     Nidoking Lv. 20                                       |
|                     Magikarp Lv. 10, Gyarados Lv. 20, Magikarp Lv. 15     |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Remember where the Nidoking Pokémaniac was? Go down the grass west of him and
you'll find a fisherman at the end. Defeat him and keep on following the
grass, which will take you back to the Lake of Rage.

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                                 Lake of Rage
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Surfing           |
|  Gyarados      |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |  100%   | 100%  |  100%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   97%   |  97%  |   97%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Gyarados      |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    3%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Gyarados      |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Gyarados Lv. 27                                       |
|                     Magikarp Lv. 22 (x4)                                  |
|                     Mareep Lv. 25, Ninetales Lv. 25                       |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Go north some, near the tree and the lake, you'll find a Full Restore if you
check the tile one tile away from the tree between the two ledges to the east.

Then go the west side of the space between the ledge to find a place where you
can Surf on the water. Surf due west to find a Red Flute. This item can snap a
Pokémon out of infatuation, and it has infinite uses.

Get back onto the water and go north, taking this path and through the trees.
Eventually, you'll find a grassy platform with an item on it. Land on it to
find this item to be TM43, Secret Power.

Get back on the water and go south, and you'll find a way to the platform with
the red-roofed house. Land on said platform and enter said house and speak with
un-said guy inside to receive TM10, Hidden Power.

Use Fly and go to the Lake of Rage (just do it; ignore the paradoxical part of
it), then to where the Ace Trainer was. Surf on this water and due north to
find a platform. The item you can get to has some Choice Specs. Use the Dowsing
MCHN to find a Max Potion.

Finally, finish whatever other business you have here and Fly back to Mahogany
Town.

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                                Mahogany Town
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Heal up in the Pokémon Center and go into the "shop" - the building with the
sign beside it.

You'll then find Lance threatening the people inside. You soon find out that
this is the entrance to the Team Rocket base. Lance will go down the
staircase; follow him.

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                      Mahogany Town Team Rocket Hideout
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Koffing       |  Both   | 33 1/3% |33 1/3%| 33 1/3% |  Trap on 1F        |
|  Voltorb       |  Both   | 33 1/3% |33 1/3%| 33 1/3% |  Trap on 1F        |
|  Geodude       |  Both   | 33 1/3% |33 1/3%| 33 1/3% |  Trap on 1F        |
|  Electrode     |  Both   |  100%   | 100%  |   100%  |  B1F; three only   |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Drowzee Lv. 17, Zubat Lv. 19                          |
|                     Zubat Lv. 16, Rattata Lv. 18, Grimer Lv. 17           |
|~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~|
|  SEE THE ABOVE TWO BATTLES? THE PATTERN CONTINUES LIKE THIS WITH EACH     |
|  BATTLE TRIGGERED BY A CAMERA BEING TRIPPED.                              |
|~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~|
|                     Magnemite Lv. 20 (x3)                                 |
|                     Rattata Lv. 16 (x4)                                   |
|                     Venonat Lv. 18 (x2)                                   |
|                     Golbat Lv. 18                                         |
|                     Koffing Lv. 22 (x2)                                   |
|                     Ekans Lv. 18, Gloom Lv. 18                            |
|                     Ditto Lv. 24, Raticate Lv. 19                         |
|                     Rattata Lv. 17 (x2), Zubat Lv. 17                     |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

<= 1F =>

Once you enter, go forward some to find a rather obvious Persian camera. Rather
than use a Pokémon or something to get rid of it, you'll be tripping them. Do
so to have a Grunt come and battle you, with the first of the repetitive battle
teams in the above summary. Another will come afterwards, with the other. Go
left and trip the next camera for two more battles.

Now, go into the corridors through the hole on the left, and then right for
another camera and two battles (why not use double battles, though?). Pick up
the Hyper Potion in the assumable southern part of the area; examine the
northeasternmost tile for a Revive.

Go south and around to trip several more switches (enjoying the EXP. yet?).
After the first switch, go west and pick up that Nugget. Go further left to
find another switch and two more battles. Enter the yellow teleporter to return
to the start. Return above if needed (you DID just go through almost a dozen
battles) to heal. When you return to the start, go into the corridors but go
down when you approach the Persian statue. Go around and battle the Scientist.
As you do, pick up the Guard Spec. to the right. If you wish to turn off the
Persian cameras, interact with the computer terminal.

Go back to the northwestern part of the room and battle the Grunt on the left.
Then head down to find the hideout's trap. Stepping on the wrong tile will have
you battle a low-20s leveled Pokémon; it'll be Koffing, Geodude, or Voltorb. I
don't really think the odds can technically be 33 1/3% each, but there are
three in this situation, so deal with it. These can be caught, KO'ed, or ran
from. Past the trap, go on to B1F.

<= B1F =>

When you go down to B1F, Lance will greet you and heal your Pokémon, then
leave. Go to the east to battle a Grunt, then go south and west. Examine the
middle box to find a Full Heal, then head to the far east and beat this Grunt.
Go down to B2F afterwards.

<= B2F =>

You'll see Lance again. He'll inform you of the passwords the Rocket Hideout
has and that we have to find them. They are quite easy to find.

Go into the room northwest from where you are and battle the Scientist and the
Grunt. Speak with the Grunt after she's defeated to get a password. One down,
one to go.

Go out of this room and west, and then straight to the top to find TM49,
Snatch. Go back down and enter the small room on the left to find another Grunt
and another Scientist. Speak with the Grunt after he is defeated to get the
second password. While you're here, pick up the Protein and the X Special next
to the northwestern plants.

Leave this room and east and north, to where you found TM49. Go right and take
the stairs up.

<= B1F =>

Here, go straight down. Examine the yellow computer or whatever it is to find
an X Sp. Def. Go back north and west, defeating the Grunt as you go, and then
down the stairs.

<= B2F =>

Firstly, take the stairs directly below you and pick up TM46, Thief. Go back
down afterwards and approach the locked door and your rival will appear. RIVAL
FIGHT! Or so you'd think. It's just talking; I guess he has the decency to not
battle a weakened opponent. Grab the Ultra Ball on the right, then interact
with the door. This will unlock it.

Once you get inside, there'll be someone who looks a bit like Giovanni (if you
done the event in HG/SS or played Red/Blue/Yellow/Green/FireRed/LeafGreen).
It is just a Rocket Admin, who you shall fight.
 _____________________________
|  BOSS: Rocket Admin Petrel  \
|______________________________\_____________________________________________
|  Pokémon: Zubat (Poison/Flying) Lv. 22                                     |
|           Koffing (Poison) Lv. 22                                          |
|           Raticate (Normal) Lv. 24                                         |
|                                                                            |
|  Money Earned: $880                                                        |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Zubat, as usual, is weak to Psychic, Ice, Rock, and Electric moves, with  |
|  an immunity to Ground.                                                    |
|                                                                            |
|  Koffing is weak to Psychic. Not Ground, as its ability immunizes it.      |
|                                                                            |
|  Raticate is weak against Fighting, with an immunity to Ghost.             |
|                                                                            |
|  Recommendations: Whatever you used for the last few battles should do.    |
|  To be specific though, Kadabra, Alakazam, Graveler, Golem, Vulpix,        |
|  Growlithe, Ninetales, or Arcanine, at least one of which should be in     |
|  your party, at Lv. 30+ should be more than enough.                        |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

After the battle, Petrel will flee. However, Murkrow will start acting like a
Chatot and blab everything Petrel has mentioned and hop off. Go back to the
place on B1F with the shutter and two Grunts and Murkrow will guide you. You
can then go to the B2F after it (go down the corridor for a Full Heal). Just
keep following.

<= B1F =>

Eventually, you be back on B1F. Attempt to open the shutters to be stopped by
an Admin and a Grunt. Lance will come and save the day, in an HG/SS major
change: double battle!
 ___________________________________________________________________
|  BOSS: Rocket Admin Arianna & Team Rocket Grunt -- Double Battle  \
|____________________________________________________________________\_______
|  Partner Lance's Pokémon: Dragonite (Dragon/Flying) Lv. 40                 |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Rocket Admin Arianna's Pokémon: Arbok (Poison) Lv. 25                     |
|                                  Murkrow (Dark/Flying) Lv. 27              |
|                                  Gloom (Grass/Poison) Lv. 25               |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Team Rocket Grunt's Pokémon: Drowzee (Psychic) Lv. 18                     |
|                               Grimer (Poison) Lv. 20                       |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Money Earned: $2,960                                                      |
|============================================================================|
|  Lance's Dragonite alone could overpower these Pokés. Anyhow, it is weak   |
|  against Dragon, Ice (4x), and only possibly Electric and Rock.            |
|                                                                            |
|  Arbok and Grimer share the same weaknesses: Psychic and Ground.           |
|                                                                            |
|  Murkrow is weak against Electric, Rock, and Ice. It is immune to Ground   |
|  and Psychic. It can't be put in Sleep status.                             |
|                                                                            |
|  Gloom is weak against Psychic, Ice, Fire, Flying, and I think Bug.        |
|                                                                            |
|  Drowzee is weak against Ghost, Dark, and Bug. It also cannot be put to    |
|  Sleep.                                                                    |
|                                                                            |
|  Recommendations: Growlithe/Arcanine/Vulpix/Ninetales at Lv. 31+ will do   |
|  it just fine.                                                             |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

After the battle, your opponents will flee, letting you deal with the radio
signal emitting from this building. The only option is to defeat each of the
Lv. 23 Electrodo around here. You can either KO or capture them. Unlike the
original G/S/C, they don't constantly try to Selfdestruct. I remember a day on
Gold where all three blew up on me. Suicidal maniacs.

Once you've deal with them, you'll run back to Lance and be given HM05,
Whirlpool. Whirlpool has replaced the Defog HM of D/P/Pt, as there ISN't any
fog in this game. It isn't really the best battle move, but it can let us
cross whirlpools like you found between Olivine and Cianwood. SoulSilver
players may as well teach it now; they'll have to go to the Whirl Islands,
which is riddled with whirlpools, eventually.

Anyhow, Lance will leave, giving us the freedom to do so as well. Go back up to
the first floor and step into the teleporter. Go up the stairs and back into
Mahogany Town.

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                                Mahogany Town
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Here, you'll find that the Mahogany Gym is unblocked, letting us attempt our
seventh Gym. However, I first recommend going to Route 43. It isn't forced, but
is good for a Poison TM.

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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Flaaffy       |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Grass             |
|  Mareep        |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Grass             |
|  Girafarig     |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Grass             |
|  Pidgeotto     |  Both   |   25%   |  25%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Noctowl       |  Both   |    0%   |   0%  |   25%   |  Grass             |
|  Venonat       |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Grass             |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |  100%   | 100%  |  100%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |   40%   |  40%  |   40%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |   93%   |  93%  |   93%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Sandshrew Lv. 18, Sandslash Lv. 18, Zubat Lv. 20      |
|                     Clefairy Lv. 21                                       |
|                     Nidorina Lv. 20, Nidorino Lv. 24                      |
|                     Slowbro Lv. 20                                        |
|                     Nidoking Lv. 20                                       |
|                     Magikarp Lv. 10, Gyarados Lv. 20, Magikarp Lv. 15     |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Go up into the un-infested-by-Rockets gatehouse to the north. Speak with the
watchman inside to get TM36, Sludge Bomb. It is a 90-Power move, which is 135
on a Poison Pokémon, and 270 if it hits super-effectively. So, yeah, pretty
friggin' good if you've been raising the Gastly chain. Fly back to
Mahogany.

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                                Mahogany Town
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Heal up at the Pokémon Center and go into the unblocked Gym for your seventh
badge!

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                                 Mahogany Gym
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  No wild Pokémon are to be found here.                                    |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Jynx Lv. 29                                           |
|                     Swinub Lv. 27 (x2)                                    |
|                     Seel Lv. 25 (x2), Dewgong Lv. 26                      |
|                     Dewgong Lv. 29                                        |
|                     Shellder Lv. 25, Cloyster Lv. 26, Seel Lv. 25         |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Once you enter, go forward and slide onto the ice. The block of ice in front
of will slide across the gym floor and collide into another one. This is kinda
the point of the Gym - to move these around to go forward. Two collided blocks
are immobile. Anyhow, slide up again, left, up, right, up and through the door.

First, battle the trainers. Then go to the top of the main platform on the left
side with the female trainer. Slide across the ice to hit a block. Slide right
and then up.

In the third room, battle the trainer on the left. Go to the northwest part of
the floor and slide right and up to battle another trainer. Slide right, down,
left, and take a step down onto non-icy land. Now collide into either of the
two ice blocks in the center of the puzzle from the bottom slide, then slide
right and up to battle the last regular trainer in the Gym. Then slide left and
up to find the Gym Leader, Pryce. Speak with him to start.
 __________________________
|  BOSS: Gym Leader Pryce  \
|___________________________\________________________________________________
|  Pokémon: Seel (Water) Lv. 30                                              |
|           Dewgong (Water/Ice) Lv. 32                                       |
|           Piloswine (Ground/Ice) Lv. 34                                    |
|                                                                            |
|  Money Earned: $4,080                                                      |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Seel is weak against Grass and Electric moves. It can use Icy Wind, an    |
|  Ice move, and Rest, to heal itself, and then Snore, for weak damage. It   |
|  also has Thick Fat, halving Fire/Ice damage (which is reduced to 1/4 by   |
|  typing).                                                                  |
|                                                                            |
|  Dewgong is stronger, generally. It is weak to Grass, Electric, and I      |
|  believe possibly Fighting. It can use Aurora Beam and Ice Shard (Ice      |
|  moves) for 150% of their normal power, and Rest and Sleep Talk in a way   |
|  Seel can. It also has Thick Fat, which, taking all into account, will     |
|  make Fire do half-damage, and Ice do 1/8 damage. Don't use Ice moves.     |
|                                                                            |
|  Piloswine is weak against Fighting, Rock (?), Steel (?), Fire, Water,     |
|  and Grass. It can use Ice Fang and Blizzard, powerful Ice moves, with the |
|  latter being fully accurate in Hailing weather. It also has Hail, and Mud |
|  Bomb, a Ground move. So, yeah, all its offensive moves -- except Hail --  |
|  get 50% extra power. Oh, and it's immune to Electric.                     |
|                                                                            |
|  Recommendations: Growlithe/Vulpix/Ninetales/Arcanine at Lv. 36+ for use   |
|  against Piloswine; Ampharos or Weepinbell or Meganium at Lv. 37+ for use  |
|  on the other two. (Grass is best for Seel and Electric best for Dewgong,  |
|  or just use Electric for both.)                                           |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

After the battle, you'll obtain your seventh badge, the Glacier Badge. This
will let you use the move Whirlpool out of battles. You'll also get TM07, Hail,
which I personally find useful ... for money.


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+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
++                                                                         ++
++     Section VIII- Through Blackthorn's Gym                    **HS48**  ++
++                                                                         ++
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

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Once you have beaten Pryce and the penultimate Gym of the Johto region, leave
the Mahogany Gym.

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                                Mahogany Town
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Once you leave, Prof. Elm will call via Pokégear say the Goldenrod Radio Tower
has been sieged by Team Rocket.

There is one thing I will mention. You can now access the Whirl Islands if you
have Whirlpool. However, I found little use in doing so except the items, which
I do admit are good. SoulSilver players can get them later; they'll be forced
there anyhow. I think.

When you're ready, Fly to Goldenrod City.

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                                Goldenrod City
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 ___________________________________________________________________________
|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  There aren't any wild Pokémon here.                                      |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Grimer Lv. 11 (x2)                                    |
|                     Lickitung Lv. 12                                      |
|                     Magnemite Lv. 7 (x2), Magnemite Lv. 9, Voltorb Lv. 11 |
|                     Slowpoke Lv. 11 (x2)                                  |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Heal up at the Pokémon Center and go into the Underground.

Go down the stairs of whatever way you came from and go to the top of the room.
Go to the photo place and you'll be given a Team Rocket uniform. How helpful!
Let's go to the Radio Tower now.

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                            Goldenrod Radio Tower
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  There aren't any wild Pokémon here.                                      |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Raticate Lv. 24 (x2)                                  |
|                     Rattata Lv. 21 (x2), Rattata Lv. 23 (x3)              |
|                     Arbok Lv. 26                                          |
|                     Zubat Lv. 26 (x2)                                     |
|                     Grimer Lv. 23 (x2), Muk Lv. 25                        |
|                     Koffing, Grimer, Rattata, and Zubat each at Lv. 23    |
|                     Weezing Lv. 26                                        |
|                     Magnemite Lv. 27 (x3)                                 |
|                     Zubat Lv. 22, Golbat Lv. 24, Grimer Lv. 22            |
|                     Ekans Lv. 21 (x2), Oddish Lv. 23, Gloom Lv. 24        |
|                     Porygon Lv. 30                                        |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Once you enter, speak with the Rocket next to the stiars and you'll be let up,
which is solely due to your uniform. Unfortunately, as you do so, your rival
comes and unveils said disguise. Great... Defeat the Grunt's two Raticate and
go upstairs.

On 2F, go left a bit to battle a Grunt; down if needed. Go further left for
another in the central portion, and the last one of this floor in the bottom
left corner. Go up the stairs in the top-left corner afterwards.

On 3F, go directly across the room to battle a Grunt, then go to the bottom
right corner to fight a Scientist and a Grunt. For now, head up the stairs in
the top-right corner.

On 4F, beat the Grunt across from you, then go to the bottom-right corner and
battle Grunt you find. Then go to the top-left and battle the Scientist. Go
upstairs after this.

On 5F, you'll find the CEO of the radio tower (and Arianna through the wall) in
his chair. Or so you think. Speak with the "CEO" to find he is Petrel, the
Rocket Admin we battled earlier. Yawn.
 _____________________________
|  BOSS: Rocket Admin Petrel  \
|______________________________\_____________________________________________
|  Pokémon: Koffing (Poison) Lv. 30                                          |
|           Koffing (Poison) Lv. 30                                          |
|           Koffing (Poison) Lv. 30                                          |
|           Koffing (Poison) Lv. 30                                          |
|           Koffing (Poison) Lv. 30                                          |
|           Weezing (Poison) Lv. 32                                          |
|                                                                            |
|  Money Earned: $1,200                                                      |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  You have GOT to be kidding. *sigh* Anyhow, all of these have the sole     |
|  weakness of Psychic. They are immune to Ground via ability.               |
|                                                                            |
|  Recommendations: Kadabra/Alakazam at Lv. 35+ will finish it easily.       |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

After the battle, you'll be given the key to the basement warehouse. Okay...
Why...? O_o

Leave the Tower.

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                                Goldenrod City
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  There aren't any wild Pokémon here.                                      |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Grimer Lv. 11 (x2)                                    |
|                     Lickitung Lv. 12                                      |
|                     Magnemite Lv. 7 (x2), Magnemite Lv. 9, Voltorb Lv. 11 |
|                     Slowpoke Lv. 11 (x2)                                  |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Heal up at the Pokémon Center and go back underground. Not for another outfit.

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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  There aren't any wild Pokémon here.                                      |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Muk Lv. 23, Koffing Lv. 23, Rattata Lv. 25            |
|                     Koffing Lv. 23 (x2), Magmar Lv. 25                    |
|                     Growlithe Lv. 26, Koffing Lv. 24                      |
|                     Koffing Lv. 24, Muk Lv. 24                            |
|                     Gloom Lv. 25 (x2)                                     |
|                     Raticate Lv. 24, Golbat Lv. 24                        |
|                     Grimer Lv. 26, Weezing Lv. 23                         |
|                     Koffing Lv. 25 (x2)                                   |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Once you enter, go to the side corridor near the bottom that used to be
useless? Go there now and you'll find a kimono girl. She'll leave, and you can
go down this corridor. Examine the door and go down the stairs.

On B1F, try to challenge the Grunt across from you. BOOM! Rival fight.
 _____________________________________
|  BOSS: PKMN Trainer [rival's name]  \
|______________________________________\_____________________________________
|  Pokémon: Golbat (Poison/Flying) Lv. 32                                    |
|           Haunter (Ghost/Poison) Lv. 32                                    |
|           Sneasel (Dark/Ice) Lv. 32                                        |
|           Magnemite (Electric/Steel) Lv. 30                                |
|           Feraligatr [if you chose Cyndaquil] (Water) Lv. 34 <--,          |
|           Meganium [if you chose Totodile] (Grass) Lv. 34    <--+- Only 1. |
|           Quilava [if you chose Chikorita] (Fire) Lv. 34     <--'          |
|                                                                            |
|  Money Earned: $2,176                                                      |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Golbat is weak against Electric, Rock, Ice, and Psychic moves. It is      |
|  immune to Ground.                                                         |
|                                                                            |
|  Haunter is weak against Psychic, Ghost, and Dark. It is immune to Ground. |
|                                                                            |
|  Sneasel is weak against Fighting (4x), Rock, Fire, Steel, and Bug moves.  |
|  It is immune to moves of the Psychic type.                                |
|                                                                            |
|  Magnemite is weak against Ground (4x), Fire, and Fighting. It has an      |
|  immunity to Poison.                                                       |
|                                                                            |
|  Feraligatr is weak against Electric and Grass.                            |
|                                                                            |
|  Meganium is weak against Flying, Fire, Ice, Bug, and Poison.              |
|                                                                            |
|  Quilava is the only one who isn't fully evolved (among your rival's       |
|  potential starters). You'll see Typholsion later, though. Quilava is weak |
|  against Rock, Ground, and Water.                                          |
|                                                                            |
|  Recommendations: Kadabra/Alakazam at Lv. 35+; Graveler/Golem at Lv. 35+;  |
|  Vulpix/Ninetales/Growlithe/Arcanine at Lv. 35+; your starter at Lv. 37+.  |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

The rival will flee after being defeated. Go left now and beat the Grunt, then
further left for a Full Heal. Go east and south into a room and left into the
room with the colored switches on the wall, rather than going down again. Go
down and defeat the Burglar, then left into a small room with a Smoke Ball --
this item guarantees the ability to flee equipped by the in-battle Pokémon.

Go up for another Burglar battle, then one in the room just above. Return to
the colored-switch room - it is two small rooms down, one right, and one up.

Hit the switches as so -- green/middle -> red/right -> blue/left. This opens
the doors we need to move forward. Go one small room right, one down, and then
just go right. You'll battle another Grunt. Afterwards, go into the next room
through the wall.

Here, pick up the Ultra Ball just north of you and continue forward. When you
get to the yellow boxes on the left wall in the right corridor, examine the
lowest of them to find a Max Potion.

Continue forward to battle a Rocket. Go to the right and pick up the Max Ether
in the southeast corner. Go north some and battle that Grunt. Use the Dowsing
MCHN to find a Revive, then go north and west, past the stairs. Defeat the
Grunt and go southward to find the real President by the boxes.

Speak with this President to obtain the Card Key, which will let us go higher
in the Radio Tower. Grab TM82 (Sleep Talk) and go up the stairs in the
northeastern part of the room.

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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  There aren't any wild Pokémon here.                                      |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Grimer Lv. 11 (x2)                                    |
|                     Lickitung Lv. 12                                      |
|                     Magnemite Lv. 7 (x2), Magnemite Lv. 9, Voltorb Lv. 11 |
|                     Slowpoke Lv. 11 (x2)                                  |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Amazingly, you're in the Dept. Store. Pick up the Amulet Coin. This item, when
held by a Pokémon that is in the battle for any moment of time, will double
any money earned, which only occurs in Trainer battles. You'll enjoy it when
you start grinding later. Any money stated in this guide from this point onward
will not be the double money, but just the base amount.

Anyhow, get into the elevator and go to 1F and exit. Heal up at the Pokémon
Center and go back to the Radio Tower.

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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  There aren't any wild Pokémon here.                                      |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Raticate Lv. 24, Koffing Lv. 26                       |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Go up the stairs twice to go to 3F. There, go to the southeastern corner of
the room and interact with the shutter, which will open the shutter because
you used the Card Key. Defeat the Grunt and go upstairs.

On 4F, you'll be battling Proton.
 _____________________________
|  BOSS: Rocket Admin Proton  \
|______________________________\_____________________________________________
|  Pokémon: Golbat (Poison/Flying) Lv. 28                                    |
|           Weezing (Poison) Lv. 33                                          |
|                                                                            |
|  Money Earned: $1,320                                                      |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  *sighs* The Poison-soloing of Team Rocket is really a bad idea. Anyhow,   |
|  Golbat has weaknesses to Psychic, Ice, Rock, and Electric moves, with an  |
|  immunity to Ground. Weezing has a Psychic weakness with an immunity to    |
|  Ground.                                                                   |
|                                                                            |
|  Recommendations: Kadabra/Alakazam at Lv. 35+ will finish it ... again.    |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

Grab the Ultra Ball just below the stairs on the right side, then go up said
stairs.

On 5F, you'll fight ANOTHER Rocket Admin.
 ______________________________
|  BOSS: Rocket Admin Arianna  \
|_______________________________\____________________________________________
|  Pokémon: Arbok (Poison) Lv. 32                                            |
|           Murkrow (Dark/Flying) Lv. 32                                     |
|           Vileplume (Grass/Poison) Lv. 32                                  |
|                                                                            |
|  Money Earned: $2,560                                                      |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Arbok has weaknesses to Ground and Psychic.                               |
|                                                                            |
|  Murkrow has weaknesses to Ghost (?), Rock, Ice, and Electric, with        |
|  immunities to Psychic and Ground.                                         |
|                                                                            |
|  Vileplume has weaknesses to Ice, Flying, Fire, Bug (?), and Psychic.      |
|                                                                            |
|  Recommendations: Kadabra/Alakazam at Lv. 35+; Graveler/Golem at Lv. 35+.  |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

Go up the elevator and you'll be wooshed to 6F. There, you'll find someone, the
last Rocket Admin we have to battle. Speak with him to commence his utter
defeat.
 _____________________________
|  BOSS: Rocket Admin Archer  \
|______________________________\_____________________________________________
|  Pokémon: Houndour (Fire/Dark) Lv. 35                                      |
|           Koffing (Poison) Lv. 35                                          |
|           Houndoom (Fire/Dark) Lv. 38                                      |
|                                                                            |
|  Money Earned: $3,040                                                      |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Houndour and Houndoom both are weak against Ground, Rock, Water, and      |
|  Fighting, with an immunity to Psychic.                                    |
|                                                                            |
|  Koffing has a weakness to Psychic, with an immunity to Ground.            |
|                                                                            |
|  Recommendations: Your water starter, Gyarados, Graveler/Golem, or         |
|  Machoke/Machamp (any works for the first and third) at Lv. 37+; Kadabra   |
|  or Alakazam at Lv. 37+ for Koffing.                                       |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

Once Archer is defeated, all of Team Rocket will evacuate Goldenrod City and
the normal music returns. The Radio Tower's president will then come and give
you something: the Rainbow Wing on HeartGold, or the Silver Wing on SoulSilver.
Unlike G/S/C, you can't immediately get Ho-oh or Lugia, respectively, at the
moment.

Once the president leaves, go back down to 3F of the Tower.

There, speak with the girl outside of where the shutter was to get TM11,
Sunny Day. Then just return to Goldenrod.

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                                Goldenrod City
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  There aren't any wild Pokémon here.                                      |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Grimer Lv. 11 (x2)                                    |
|                     Lickitung Lv. 12                                      |
|                     Magnemite Lv. 7 (x2), Magnemite Lv. 9, Voltorb Lv. 11 |
|                     Slowpoke Lv. 11 (x2)                                  |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Go to the Pokémon Center and restore your Pokémon. Fly to Mahogany now.

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                                Mahogany Town
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Heal up now, if you haven't yet, then exit Mahogany to the east, onto Route 44.

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                                   Route 44
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Weepinbell    |  Both   |   35%   |  35%  |   35%   |  Grass             |
|  Bellsprout    |  Both   |   25%   |  25%  |   25%   |  Grass             |
|  Tangela       |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Grass             |
|  Lickitung     |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Grass             |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Surfing           |
|  Poliwhirl     |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |   38%   |  38%  |   38%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Remoraid      |  Both   |    2%   |   2%  |    2%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Remoraid      |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    3%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Natu Lv. 27, Kadabra Lv. 29                           |
|                     Remoraid Lv. 28 (x2)                                  |
|                     Mareep Lv. 29, Bellossom Lv. 29                       |
|                     Charmeleon Lv. 29, Magnemite Lv. 29                   |
|                     Rhyhorn Lv. 30                                        |
|                     Goldeen Lv. 26 (x2), Seaking Lv. 28                   |
|                     Hoothoot Lv. 28, Pidgeotto Lv. 28                     |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Go due east for a battle against the Psychic, then pick up the Apricorn near.
Grab the Max Repel nearby, too. Go south and across the bridge and battle the
Fisherman. Further along the bridge is a Ace Trainer, with another Ace Trainer
nearby.

Go north and examine the space at the end of the small alcove in the trees to
find an Elixir. Continue going counter-clockwise around the lake to find an
Ultra Ball at the top. Battle the Pokémaniac, and the Fisherman nearby, after
this.

Surf on the water and go south to find the grass on the route. Here, you can
find Tangela and Lickitung, Pokémon who got new evolutions as of Diamond and
Pearl. They can still evolve here because of the moves being here: at Lv. 33,
Tangela can learn Ancientpower (it's evo move) and Lickitung gets Rollout, its
evo move, at Lv. 33. You may want to grab a Lickitung anyhow, as it may have
a use later on.

Collect the Max Revive in the grass, then get onto the land on the far eastern
side of the route. Defeat the Bird Keeper, then go into the cave.

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                                   Ice Path
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Swinub        |  Both   |   40%   |  40%  |   40%   |  Walk around       |
|  Golbat        |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Walk around       |
|  Zubat         |   HG    |   25%   |  20%  |   25%   |  Walk around       |
|  Zubat         |   SS    |    5%   |   0%  |    5%   |  Walk around       |
|  Jynx          |  Both   |    5%   |  10%  |    5%   |  Walk around       |
|  Delibird      |   SS    |   20%   |  20%  |   20%   |  Walk around       |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: No trainers can be battled here.                      |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

The Ice Path contains a sliding puzzle similar to that of the Mahogany Gym. It
also has Swinub and Jynx, both pretty powerful for your team (once the former
evolves). Delibird is exclusive to SoulSilver, although it is rather useless.

Anyhow, once you enter, follow the along onto some slippery ice. Slide up,
right, up, right. Go onto the platform and follow it around. A bit left of
where you are upon descend fomr the platform is a complicated ice puzzle.
Slide up and hit the rock, then go left, up, down, left, and examine the rock
for a Max Potion. Slide up and right to reach the other side.

Go right and enter the second puzzle through the gap between the rocks. Go
up, left, down, left, up, right, and grab HM07 Waterfall. It is a fairly
powerful Water-type move.

Slide left along the ice, then down and left, and up the steps. When you
approach the guy, check the middle of the three rocks above for an Ice Heal.
(This guy will stop your forward progress if you lack HM07.)

Continue forward and down the ladder.

On B1F, you'll eventually notice the Sneasel from Crystal lacks existence here.
Aww...

Go along the path to find some Strength boulders. Go behind the first one you
come across, positioned near the southwestern part of the small path. Push this
boulder forward until you cannot do so antmore. Ignore the other boulder and go
to the bottom. Follow the path north, west, north, and west some and you'll be
above the boulder you pushed. Go to the left side of it and push it one tile
right, then push it from above and into the hole. Go to the boulder just below,
next. Push it a tile forward, three down, left five. Go around the hole and get
above the boulder and push another down and right down another hole.

Go to the far east and up this time keep going north and not left. Another
boulder will be found. Push it left one tile, and then down until it'll go no
further. Go and push it one tile left, down three, up one, and right until it
goes down into the hole.

Go a bit above for the last one. Push it up until it'll go no further, then to
the right until it goes no further. Push it up three tiles and left into the
hole. The ladder down.

On B2F, go up some and to the left to hit the boulder. Go up, left, down, left,
pick up the Max Potion and go down, right, down, right, up, and around into the
boulder against.

Slide down, left, up, right to reach the center area. Pick up the Full Heal and
go down the ladder. Before doing so, be aware you can examine the wall between
the rock and the protruding wall in the southeastern corner to find a Carbos.

On B3F, go right, smash the rock, and grab the NeverMeltIce. Jump off of the
ledge and up the ladder.

On B2F, go down and slide on the ice to reach the ladder. Go next to it, but
slide to the right, then up, four spaces left and slide down and right to find
TM72, Avalanche. Slide up again and follow the platform around. Go to the
ladder and go up.

On B1F, go left and down via the side of the ice to the last tile of width that
means you'll be next to the ice. Slide left and examine the rock for a Revive.
Slide up, right, up to get back on the path. Push the boulder via Strength one
tile down. Go to the right on the last width of the ice tile again, and slide
to the left, up, left to hit the boulder. Slide down for the Iron, then up,
right, and up to return to ladder. Go far west and up the ladder.

On 1F, grab the Protein just above you. You'll find a kimono girl on the ice.
Go to the right tile in the two-tile-wide gap. Slide down, left, down, right,
and speak with the kimono girl to give here a push.

Slide up, left, down, left, up, right, down, right, down for the PP Up, up,
right, up, left, down, right, down, and exit.

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                               Blackthorn City
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |  100%   | 100%  |  100%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |   40%   |  40%  |   40%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |   93%   |  93%  |   93%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: No Trainers are here that can be battled.             |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Go south and into the main portion of Blackthorn and heal yourself in the
Pokémon Center.

Go to the far left house. The top-left person inside can delete moves your
Pokémon have, including HM moves. The one to his right can reteach any move a
Pokémon knows/knew/forgot, except TM/HM moves, for a Heart Scale. The middle
right woman will teach Draco Meteor to a happy-enough Dragon-type (or Arceus
with the Draco Plate held) - it is a 140-Power move that'll lessen the user's
Sp. Attack by two levels.

The last guy will teach Blast Burn to a sufficiently happy Charizard,
Typhlosion, Blaziken, and Infernape; Hydro Cannon to Blastoise, Feraligatr,
Swampert, and Empoleon; and Frenzy Plant to Venusaur, Meganium, Sceptile, and
Torterra. Each move is 150-Power (technically 225, because of the STAB) and
will cause the user to rest on the next turn.

The northeastern house has someone that will give you Dodrio for a female
Dragionair. Kinda pointless unless you have a free Dragonair. The woman on
the other side will give your Pokémon (in the first slot) the Effort Ribbon,
but only if it has the maximum of 510 EVs.

That'ls it. Heal up if you haven't done so, and enter the Blackthorn Gym.

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                                Blackthorn Gym
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  No wild Pokémon are found here.                                          |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Dratini Lv. 35 (x2), Seadra Lv. 35                    |
|                     Dratini Lv. 35, Dragonair Lv. 37                      |
|                     Horsea Lv. 35, Seadra Lv. 37                          |
|                     Seadra Lv. 38                                         |
|                     Dragonair Lv. 38                                      |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

FYI, this Gym trains Pokémon of the Dragon-type, which most of the people here
have. Dragon-types are only weak to Dragon and Ice moves.

Go forward to have your Pokémon return to its Pokéball. Continue to do so to
find Blackthorn's new puzzle. Go up to the platform and step on the left
arrow, next to the blue switch one tile down from the middle-top. Step on the
blue tile twice and go onto the right arrow, then onto the next platform.

Continue upwards to battle the Ace Trainer, and go further upwards for another
one. You'll also notice the teleporters. These send you to the Gym entrance.

Go onto the next platform and step on the up arrow. Step on the blue circle
twice, the up arrow once, the blue circle twice, the right arrow once, the blue
circle again, the down arrow again, the blue circle three times, and then use
the right arrow. Continue onwards to find a Ace Trainer. Go up for another, and
then ANOTHER to the top-left.

Go onto the platform above the Ace Trainer. Send it left, rotate it twice, send
it to the right, rotate it once, send it up three times, rotate once, send it
to the right, rotate once, and send it up twice. Get onto the platform and you
can now battle Clair, the eighth Gym Leader of the Johto region!
 __________________________
|  BOSS: Gym Leader Clair  \
|___________________________\________________________________________________
|  Pokémon: Gyarados (Water/Flying) Lv. 38                                   |
|           Dragonair (Dragon) Lv. 38                                        |
|           Dragonair (Dragon) Lv. 38                                        |
|           Kingdra (Water/Dragon) Lv. 41                                    |
|                                                                            |
|  Money Earned: $4,920                                                      |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Gyarados is weak to Electric (4x) and Rock moves, with a Ground immunity. |
|  Its main problem is Intimidate, which will reduce your Attack. It also    |
|  has Dragon Rage (40 HP of damage), Dragon Pulse, Bite (Dark move), and    |
|  Twister.                                                                  |
|                                                                            |
|  The Dragonairs are weak to Ice and Dragon moves. They both can use        |
|  Thunder Wave to paralyze you, Dragon Pulse, and Slam, the latter two of   |
|  which are pretty powerful. One of them has the 120-Power move Fire Blast, |
|  which will hurt Grass, Bug, and Steel types; the other has Aqua Tail,     |
|  which is 90-Power, and can easily hurt a Rock, Fire, or Ground type.      |
|  Other than the Aqua Tail/Fire Blast thing, they are otherwise identical.  |
|                                                                            |
|  Kingdra is notorious for its typing, nullifying the Grass and Electric    |
|  weaknesses of Water, and the Ice of Dragon, leaving only Dragon as its    |
|  weakness. It mainly uses Hydro Pump and Dragon Pulse, both extremely      |
|  powerful due to the STAB bonus, although you can pray it uses Hyper Beam. |
|  Plus, its Sniper ability makes critical hits do triple, not double, the   |
|  usual damage. That generally means that, in a perfect situation, it may   |
|  do up to 18x the normal damage if Hydro Pump critically hits a Rock/Ground|
|  type. *shudders*                                                          |
|                                                                            |
|  Recommendations: Ampharos at Lv. 40+ for Gyarados; something with the Ice |
|  Fang move or some Ice-type move at Lv. 40+. Ampharos will have the best   |
|  chance with Kingdra, as will Meganium. For backup, bring your starter at  |
|  Lv. 42+; Kadabra/Alakazam at Lv. 40+; and your other two strongest        |
|  Pokémon.                                                                  |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

Once you win, you get the ___ Badge! ... Yeah, it seems Clair's ego is going to
stop us from getting the Badge until we prove ourselves. Greeeat. Use the
teleporter on the left and exit the Gym.

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                               Blackthorn City
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |  100%   | 100%  |  100%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |   40%   |  40%  |   40%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |   93%   |  93%  |   93%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: No Trainers are here that can be battled.             |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Once you exit, go to the Pokémon Center and get healed. Go to where the Gym is
and Surf on the water. Go northward and you'll find a cave entrance. Teach
a Pokémon Whirlpool if you haven't yet done so, and go inside.

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                                 Dragon's Den
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Surfing           |
|  Dratini       |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |  100%   | 100%  |  100%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   97%   |  97%  |   97%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Dratini       |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    3%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   65%   |  65%  |   65%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Dratini       |  Both   |   32%   |  32%  |   32%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Dragonair     |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    3%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Dragonair Lv. 37                                      |
|                     Horsea Lv. 33 (x2), Seadra Lv. 35                     |
|                     Dratini Lv. 35 (x2)                                   |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Once you enter, go down the ladder and go somewhat southward for a battle.
Defeat him and go east for a Calcium. Return to the broken platform and Surf
to the platform across from you, and check the bottom-right corner of it for
a Max Elixir. Surf back to the other platform, then go up to the level with
the Ace Trainer and go left. Check the rock for a Revive, then return to the
water. Surf west and battle the Ace Trainer on the platform. Check the nearby
spiky rock for a Max Potion. Surf again, but go south and battle the twins on
the platform to the west. Grab that Max Elixir, and go right and across the
whirlpool.

Follow the path around, ignoring the house, and go right. Ignore the platform;
just go north, and then up the stairs. Grab the Dragon Fang and Surf back to
the oriental building. Go into it.

You'll be automatically pulled up to the head sage, who will ask you a few
questions. Answer them in this order: top, top, bottom, top, middle. Clair will
then come in, convinced you failed this exam, and then surprised at your
success. You will then be given the Rising Badge! Now, all Pokémon will obey
you without question, and you can use Waterfall outside of battle!

Thusly, this section ends.


+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
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++                                                                         ++
++     Section IX- Through the Pokémon League                    **HS49**  ++
++                                                                         ++
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

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                                 Dragon's Den
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Surfing           |
|  Dratini       |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |  100%   | 100%  |  100%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   97%   |  97%  |   97%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Dratini       |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    3%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   65%   |  65%  |   65%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Dratini       |  Both   |   32%   |  32%  |   32%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Dragonair     |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    3%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Dragonair Lv. 37                                      |
|                     Horsea Lv. 33 (x2), Seadra Lv. 35                     |
|                     Dratini Lv. 35 (x2)                                   |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

After the quiz and being given the Rising Badge, Clair will run off. Follow
her out and attempt to return to the outside world. As you do, Clair will stop
you and give you TM59 (Dragon Pulse). Exit the Dragon's Den for now.

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                               Blackthorn City
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |  100%   | 100%  |  100%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |   40%   |  40%  |   40%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |   93%   |  93%  |   93%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: No Trainers are here that can be battled.             |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Once you exit the Den, you'll receive a call from Professor Elm. Fly to New
Bark Town now.

NOW!

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                                New Bark Town
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Tentacool     |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Surfing           |
|  Tentacruel    |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Tentacool     |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Tentacool     |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Chinchou      |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Shellder      |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    3%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Chinchou      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Shellder      |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Tentacruel    |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Lanturn       |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    3%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: There are no Trainers available for battle here.      |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Enter Elm's lab to be sent on autopilot for this scene. During this scene, you
will receive the Master Ball!!! This Ball is one of the few Pokéballs with a
100% catch rate - it is guaranteed to work. Only two others do so - the Park
Ball in the Pal Parks, and that weird blue ball in the Poké Transfer of
Black/White. Neither of which can be non-cheatingly obtained. Use it wisely.

Now, let's get on with it. You will now be forced to catch your version-only
legendary. Fly to Ecruteak City.

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                                Ecruteak City
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Surfing           |
|  Poliwhirl     |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |   40%   |  40%  |   40%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |   93%   |  93%  |   93%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: There are no Trainers located in this location.       |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Go to the Pokémon Center and heal. You'll regret it if you don't and soon lose.
Enter the Kimono Theatre. (As you do, laugh maniacally at your rival getting
the boot.)

Inside, you end up on autopilot and be asked a yes/no question. "Yes" will send
you into a five-battle series that reminds me of the Winstrate family on the
R/S/E games. Battle!
 _____________________________________________
|  BOSS: Five Kimono Girls, each separately.  \
|______________________________________________\_____________________________
|  Pokémon: Umbreon (Dark) Lv. 38  <------ Battle #1                         |
|           Espeon (Psychic) Lv. 38  <---- Battle #2                         |
|           Flareon (Fire) Lv. 38  <------ Battle #3                         |
|           Jolteon (Electric) Lv. 38  <-- Battle #4                         |
|           Vaporeon (Water) Lv. 38  <---- Battle #5                         |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Umbreon is weak against Bug and Fighting, with a Psychic immunity. Its    |
|  main offense is Dark Pulse, though it can use Confuse Ray.                |
|                                                                            |
|  Espeon is weak against Dark, Ghost, and Bug. It has a powerful Psychic    |
|  move: Psychic. Avoid using Poison/Fighting types.                         |
|                                                                            |
|  Flareon has weaknesses to Rock, Ground, and Water. It poses little threat |
|  if you aren't weak against Fire.                                          |
|                                                                            |
|  Jolteon is weak solely to Ground. It likes to use Thunderbolt (which is   |
|  powerful for Electric types) and Thunder Wave, for paralyzing. A Ground   |
|  type Pokémon won't have a problem.                                        |
|                                                                            |
|  Vaporeon is weak to Grass and Electric. Its main move is the powerful     |
|  Surf.                                                                     |
|                                                                            |
|  Recommendations: Scyther/another good Bug-type at Lv. 42+; Graveler or    |
|  Golem at Lv. 42+; Ampharos at Lv. 42+; your starter at Lv. 44+; and       |
|  Kadabra/Alakazam at Lv. 42+ for back-up.                                  |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

Once you win, you'll obtain the Clear Bell (on HeartGold) or the Tidal Bell
(on SoulSilver). This, with the Wing from Goldenrod, will let us get the
legendary Pokémon!!

The first section marked off by the ~~ marks is solely for HeartGold Version
and will not work for SoulSilver. Likewise, the section below this one is for
SoulSilver and won't work for SoulSilver. Skip to the New Bark Town section
below the SS walkthrough once you're done with your legendary.

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
      THIS BELOW SECTION IS SOLELY FOR THOSE PLAYING HEARTGOLD VERSION!
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

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                                Ecruteak City
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Surfing           |
|  Poliwhirl     |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |   40%   |  40%  |   40%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |   93%   |  93%  |   93%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: There are no Trainers located in this location.       |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

After the five battles, leave the theater. Go to the Pokémon Center and heal
your Pokémon. Enter the large building at the northern peak of Ecruteak.

Speak with the sage there and you'll be allowed access to what waits beyond. Go
down the stairs and up, then up the stairs at the other end.

You'll end up in a very beautiful and peaceful garden. Using the Dowsing MCHN
should yield three Tinymushrooms and two Big Mushrooms. Other than that, there
is little else here. Enter the tower now.

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                                  Bell Tower
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Rattata       |  Both   |  100%   | 100%  |   20%   |  Walk around       |
|  Gastly        |  Both   |    0%   |   0%  |   80%   |  Walk around       |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: There are no Trainers located in this location.       |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Please note the above encounter rates do remain constant throughout the Tower,
but nothing is encountered on 1F.

<= 1F =>

Go forward and try to ascend the ladder in the top-left corner. A sage will
attempt to stop you, but a quick shining from the Rainbow Wing shall stop that.
Go up to 2F.

<= 2F =>

Go to the southern portion of the room and up that ladder.

<= 3F =>

Take the bottom-left of the "bridges" to get a Full Heal. I don't exactly get
what they are, but it looks kinda like a drawn-up drawbridge, so I'll call it
a bridge. Fair enough?

Take the top-right one to the main platform, then use THAT top-right bridge to
get to the next platform. Go up and use the top-left bridges to reach the
center platform with the beam. Use the two western bridges, then go north some
and use the three bridges to go right about five/six steps from the ones you
used. Examine the bridge in the middle of the platform for a Max Potion. Jump
over it and the bridges to the southeast to get to the ladder's platform.
Ascend said ladder.

<= 4F =>

Take the bridge due south of the ladder and hop leftwards. Follow it for four
more hops to find a long section of ground. Collect the Ultra Ball on the right
and jump over the bridge the item was "guarding". Follow this path to end up
with an item to your right. Collect it (PP Up), then go off the bridges to the
left, ignoring the ladder. Use the bridges in the northwest of the next
platform and you'll reach another ladder platform. Ignore said ladder and pick
up the Escape Rope. Use the bridges on to the northeast to reach the center
platform, then the northwest ones to find another ladder platform.

Ignore said -- WAIT! Actually, ascend this ladder.

<= 5F =>

Take the bridges to the northeast to go eastward, then south and take the
bridge to the central platform, where you'll find a Rare Candy. Use the eastern
beams and go south and descend this ladder.

<= 4F =>

Go up to the northwest part of the room and ascend the ladder once more.

<= 5F =>

Take the bridges to the northeast, but, this time, go on the south bridge about
a half-dozen steps after the first two. Go left and hop over another bridge,
then go down on the next one. Go due south rather than going down the split,
then go down the east path when given the chance after the next two hops. Keep
going down to find a ladder. Ascend.

<= 6F =>

Go straight up and grab that Max Potion. Go across the log bridge on the right.
Go up to the top and take the upper log bridge across and grab the Full Heal.
Take the bridge to the southwest down and next one down, as well. Ascend the
ladder you should come across.

<= 7F =>

Teleporters? In a rickety old tower? >_<  Go up and take the bridges to the
right of the teleport and grab the Max Revive. Take the bridges below and take
ones to the left after that to return to the first platform.

Go into the teleport at the top. You'll be taken to the center beam. Take the
other teleport on the left to get taken to another floor.

<= Teleporting Series =>

@_@

Go down and take the first row of bridges to the left three times, then down
once, and left three. Take the teleporter here.

Take the upper bridge to the left for a Nugget. Take the right one back and
go into the teleporter once more.

Take the upper-left bridge across. Follow them across to anotehr teleporter.

You should end up near the center beam of some floor. Grab the Max Elixir and
teleport back.

Take the beams right onto the starting platform, then go up to the top and
return to 7F. Take the teleporter on the opposite side of the beam.

Take the bridges to the right, down, and go left for another teleporter.

Go down some more. Surprise! Another teleporter.  @_@

Get the HP Up to the left, then take the teleporter on the end of the platform.

Go up across the log bridge. Ignore the top-left teleporter and take the bridge
across to grab a Full Restore. Take the teleporter you just skipped.

You'll be on a center platform with a beam. Go up the ladder.

<= 10F =>

Take the plank bridge across and ascend the ladder.

<= The Top =>

Go forward and the kimono girls will speak with you. They will then perform a
ritualistic dance that will summon Ho-oh here, thanks to the Clear Bell. A
swirl of autumn leaves appears and the sound resonates with the bells on the
sides of the tower, causing the tower to become beacon-like. Ho-oh will react
to this, and fly in from the sky, giving a single cry before the music ceases.

Save. Go up to Ho-oh.
 _________________________________
|  Special Encounter: #250 Ho-oh  \
|__________________________________\_________________________________________
|  Level: 45                                                                 |
|  Type : Fire/Flying                                                        |
|  Moves: - Extrasensory                                                     |
|         - Fire Blast                                                       |
|         - Sunny Day                                                        |
|         - Sacred Fire                                                      |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Ho-oh, the first legendary Pokémon to appear in the anime, on episode #1, |
|  I believe. It has weaknesses to Rock (4x), Water, and Electric, with an   |
|  immunity to Ground.                                                       |
|                                                                            |
|  There are several ways to go about this, a few of which help you save the |
|  Master Ball for another day, one will goes against this, and one that     |
|  will have you KO it. (It will revive itself later on, with new IVs and a  |
|  new nature.)                                                              |
|                                                                            |
|  #1 - Use False Swipe on Ho-oh until you can no more. Then, hopefully, you |
|  will paralyze it or put it to Sleep (not needed, though). Then use Ultra  |
|  Balls or, at night (8:00 PM to 4:00 AM), use Dusk Balls (which are double |
|  the ability of Ultra Balls).                                              |
|                                                                            |
|  #2 - From the get-go, use four moves on Ho-oh. In other words, go for     |
|  four turns maximum, and get Ho-oh's HP in the red. This method is like    |
|  that for those lacking Dusk Balls and/or False Swipe. Status it if at all |
|  possible on the fourth turn. Use a Quick Ball on the fifth. If you can't  |
|  do so, use an Ultra Ball, or, at night, a Dusk Ball.                      |
|                                                                            |
|  #3 - The Master Ball, although I'd prefer it for some other one.          |
|                                                                            |
|  #4 - To KO it, use a relatively decent Rock move on it (ie. Rock Slide).  |
|                                                                            |
|  Recommendations: Whatever can use False Swipe at Lv. 40+ (#1); something  |
|  that can't OHKO, but almost can (#2); Graveler/Golem at Lv. 35+ (#4).     |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

And thusly, you have caught the great fiery legendary of the Johto region. The
kimono girls will leave once you exit and re-enter. That'll be it for the Bell
Tower.

You may skip to the section after the SS walkthrough. You'll need to fly to
New Bark Town.


~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
      THIS BELOW SECTION IS SOLELY FOR THOSE PLAYING SOULSILVER VERSION!
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

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                                Ecruteak City
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Surfing           |
|  Poliwhirl     |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |   40%   |  40%  |   40%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |   93%   |  93%  |   93%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: There are no Trainers located in this location.       |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

After the five battles, leave the theater. Go to the Pokémon Center and heal
your Pokémon. Fly to Olivine City.

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                                 Olivine City
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Tentacool     |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Surfing           |
|  Tentacruel    |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Krabby        |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Krabby        |  Both   |   37%   |  37%  |   37%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Corsola       |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    0%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Staryu        |  Both   |    0%   |   0%  |    3%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Krabby        |  Both   |   67%   |  67%  |   67%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Corsola       |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |    0%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Staryu        |  Both   |    0%   |   0%  |   30%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Kingler       |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    3%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: There are no Trainers available for battle here.      |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Make sure you have a Pokémon with Whirlpool and Flash learned (the latter is
not fully required, but useful). Leave to the west, onto Route 40.

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                                   Route 40
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Tentacool     |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Surfing           |
|  Tentacruel    |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Krabby        |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Krabby        |  Both   |   37%   |  37%  |   37%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Corsola       |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    0%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Staryu        |  Both   |    0%   |   0%  |    3%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Krabby        |  Both   |   67%   |  67%  |   67%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Corsola       |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |    0%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Staryu        |  Both   |    0%   |   0%  |   30%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Kingler       |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    3%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Tentacool Lv. 20 (x2)                                 |
|                     Staryu Lv. 21                                         |
|                     Shellder Lv. 18 (x2), Wartortle Lv. 20                |
|                     Staryu Lv. 19, Shellder Lv. 19                        |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

As before, you'll be Surfing on the water. Begin to do so, and go south and
hug the east wall.

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                                   Route 41
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Tentacool     |   SS    |   70%   |  70%  |   70%   |  Surfing           |
|  Tentacool     |   HG    |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Surfing           |
|  Tentacruel    |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Surfing           |
|  Mantine       |   HG    |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Tentacool     |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Tentacool     |  Both   |   37%   |  37%  |   37%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Chinchou      |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    0%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Shellder      |  Both   |    0%   |   0%  |    3%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Chinchou      |  Both   |   67%   |  67%  |   67%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Shellder      |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |    0%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Tentacruel    |  Both   |    0%   |   0%  |   30%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Lanturn       |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    3%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Tentacool Lv. 20 (x2)                                 |
|                     Staryu Lv. 21                                         |
|                     Shellder Lv. 18 (x2), Wartortle Lv. 20                |
|                     Staryu Lv. 19, Shellder Lv. 19                        |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Continue to hug the east wall and use Whirlpool on the first whirlpool you
come across. Surf onto the island, go to the other side, and Surf again to get
to the front entrance. Go on in.

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                                Whirl Islands
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<= 1F =>

Despite the darkness, you don't really need Flash. Go up and then right across
the ledge. Go right again to cross the top ledge. Follow the path around right
and up, then descend the ladder.

<= B1F =>

Go straight down into a rock (ouch!). Go left and down, one to the right, down
some more, left, down, left, down, right, two steps down, and the ladder should
be two steps to the left. Descend.

<= B2F =>

Huh? Two floors under and we DON'T need Flash? @_@

Go straight down and to the right because of the rock blocking you. You'll see
the sage blocking the path down. Speak with him to have the Silver Wing flash
brightly and allow you to continue onward.

Go down the incline and enter the cave here for a view of the floor below. Grab
the Rare Candy on the left and exit.

Continue down the incline to find another gap in the wall. Go on through.

<= B3F =>

This place is the current resting place of Lugia, the guardian of the seas. Go
forward some and you'll find the kimono girls, ready for their ritualistic
dance. With the use of the Tidal Bell, the kimono girls will dance and cause
the Tidal Bell sound and resonate with the other two bells here. The music
continues and the scene cuts to the nearby waterfall. A silhouette appears,
shining bright aqua-blue eyes. Soon after, this silhouette bursts from the
waterfall and is revealed to be no other than Lugia!

Lugia slowly falls down to the water, permitting you to challenge it. Go around
the rock platform where the kimono girls are and Surf towards Lugia. "Speak"
with it to commence battle!
 _________________________________
|  Special Encounter: #249 Lugia  \
|__________________________________\_________________________________________
|  Level: 45                                                                 |
|  Type : Psychic/Flying                                                     |
|  Moves: - Extrasensory                                                     |
|         - Hydro Pump                                                       |
|         - Rain Dance                                                       |
|         - Aeroblast                                                        |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Lugia is the guardian of the seas, as seen in Pokémon the Movie 2000,     |
|  when it awakened to quell the fighting of Moltres, Zapdos, and Articuno.  |
|  It is weak against Ghost, Dark, Rock, Electric, and Ice.                  |
|                                                                            |
|  There are several ways to go about this, a few of which help you save the |
|  Master Ball for another day, one will goes against this, and one that     |
|  will have you KO it. (It will revive itself later on, with new IVs and a  |
|  new nature.)                                                              |
|                                                                            |
|  #1 - Use False Swipe on Lugia until you can no more. Then, hopefully, you |
|  will paralyze it or put it to Sleep (not needed, though). Then just use   |
|  Ultra or Dusk Balls, preferably the latter, because of the 4x catch rate  |
|  (vs. normal Poké Ball) in a cave.                                         |
|                                                                            |
|  #2 - From the get-go, use four moves on Lugia. In other words, go for     |
|  four turns maximum, and get Lugia's HP in the red. This method is like    |
|  that for those lacking Dusk Balls and/or False Swipe. Status it if at all |
|  possible on the fourth turn. Use a Quick Ball on the fifth. If you can't  |
|  do so, use an Ultra Ball or a Dusk Ball, preferably the latter.           |
|                                                                            |
|  #3 - The Master Ball, although I'd prefer it for some other one.          |
|                                                                            |
|  #4 - Lugia is more defensive than Ho-oh, because it lacks a quadruple     |
|  damage weakness. It can use Extrasensory, which stops you from using      |
|  Poison and Fighting; Hydro Pump gets rid of Fire, Rock, and Ground; and   |
|  Aeroblast (a POWERFUL Flying move) stops you from using Grass, Bug, and   |
|  Fighting (none of which are useful). Luckily, if a Pokémon is solely of   |
|  one of the types it is weak to, you'll evade super-effective damage.      |
|                                                                            |
|  Recommendations: Whatever can use False Swipe at Lv. 42+ (#1); something  |
|  that can't OHKO, but almost can (#2); Haunter, Gengar, Ampharos,          |
|  Graveler, or Golem at Lv. 46+ (#4).                                       |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

Once you have caught Lugia, there isn't much else to do in the Whirl Islands.
You can leave by Escape Rope. Regardless, you'll need to go to New Bark Town,
just as the HeartGold players need to.

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
   THIS HEREBY ENDS THE HO-OH/LUGIA CATCHING SECTION. FLY TO NEW BARK TOWN.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

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                                New Bark Town
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Tentacool     |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Surfing           |
|  Tentacruel    |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Tentacool     |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Tentacool     |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Chinchou      |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Shellder      |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    3%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Chinchou      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Shellder      |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Tentacruel    |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Lanturn       |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    3%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: There are no Trainers available for battle here.      |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Once you've caught Lugia or Ho-oh, depending on your version, you can now Fly
back to New Bark Town. Here, you can Surf eastward without being stopped by
your partner. So, heal up at your mother's place and Surf east onto Route 27.

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                                   Route 27
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Doduo         |   HG    |   50%   |  50%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Doduo         |   SS    |   40%   |  40%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Raticate      |   HG    |   40%   |  40%  |   40%   |  Grass             |
|  Raticate      |   SS    |   20%   |  20%  |   10%   |  Grass             |
|  Sandslash     |   HG    |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Grass             |
|  Ponyta        |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Grass             |
|  Dodrio        |   SS    |    5%   |   5%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Quagsire      |   HG    |    0%   |   0%  |   50%   |  Grass             |
|  Quagsire      |   SS    |    0%   |   0%  |   55%   |  Grass             |
|  Arbok         |   SS    |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Grass             |
|  Tentacool     |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Surfing           |
|  Tentacruel    |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Tentacool     |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Tentacool     |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Chinchou      |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Shellder      |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    3%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Chinchou      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Shellder      |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Tentacruel    |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Lanturn       |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    3%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: There are no Trainers available for battle here.      |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

When you step onto the land, you'll be congratulated for reaching the Kanto
region, the region east of Johto. It was the main place of Red, Blue, Yellow,
Green, FireRed, and LeafGreen. It is also the place from which Team Rocket was
expelled some years ago by a lone trainer named Red.

Anyhow, Surf on the water directly below the guy and follow it. You'll soon
get to a grassy platform. Pick up the Rare Candy located there, then return to
where the guy was. Enter the cave above him.

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                                 Tohjo Falls
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Raticate      |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Walk around       |
|  Zubat         |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Walk around       |
|  Golbat        |  Both   |   20%   |  20%  |   20%   |  Walk around       |
|  Slowpoke      |  Both   |   15%   |  15%  |   15%   |  Walk around       |
|  Rattata       |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Walk around       |
|  Goldeen       |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Surfing           |
|  Slowpoke      |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Surfing           |
|  Seaking       |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Goldeen       |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Goldeen       |  Both   |   40%   |  40%  |   40%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Goldeen       |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Seaking       |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    3%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: There are no Trainers available for battle here.      |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Tohjo obviously can have its letters switched around to read Johto. Kinda like
the event-based Sinjoh ruins - the "Sin-" comes from Sinnoh of D/P/Pt and the
"-joh" comes from Johto of G/S/C/HG/SS.

This place exists mainly as a barrier to prevent you from getting to the Indigo
Plateau and the Pokémon League. You'll need Waterfall to go forward. Surf on
the water and go forward. Ascend the waterfall.

Go around and descend the waterfall on the right. Continue to the right and
you'll find some steps. Follow the path they're on to find a Moon Stone. If you
look closely, there is also a cave under the waterfall to the right of the Moon
Stone. You can go in, but there is little of use - just some rocks and a radio.
However, if a special event is activated ....

Anyhow, go right and down the stairs again. Start Surfing and go to the bottom
platform. Exit the Tohjo Falls.

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                                   Route 27
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Doduo         |   HG    |   50%   |  50%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Doduo         |   SS    |   40%   |  40%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Raticate      |   HG    |   40%   |  40%  |   40%   |  Grass             |
|  Raticate      |   SS    |   20%   |  20%  |   10%   |  Grass             |
|  Sandslash     |   HG    |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Grass             |
|  Ponyta        |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Grass             |
|  Dodrio        |   SS    |    5%   |   5%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Quagsire      |   HG    |    0%   |   0%  |   50%   |  Grass             |
|  Quagsire      |   SS    |    0%   |   0%  |   55%   |  Grass             |
|  Arbok         |   SS    |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Grass             |
|  Tentacool     |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Surfing           |
|  Tentacruel    |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Tentacool     |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Tentacool     |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Chinchou      |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Shellder      |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    3%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Chinchou      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Shellder      |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Tentacruel    |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Lanturn       |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    3%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Bulbasaur Lv. 32, Ivysaur Lv. 32, Venusaur Lv. 32     |
|                     Magneton Lv. 33, Quagsire Lv. 31, Exeggcute Lv. 31    |
|                     Farfetch'd Lv. 40                                     |
|                     Mareep Lv. 35                                         |
|                     Starmie Lv. 30, Girafarig Lv. 34, Exeggcute Lv. 30    |
|                     Growlithe Lv. 36, Staryu Lv. 36, Nidorina Lv. 33      |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Once you leave and take a step forward, you'll be challenged by a Ace Trainer
who has trained all of the Bulbasaur evolutionary chain. Go into the house on
the left to find a woman who, if your lead Pokémon is happy enough, will give
you a TM37 (Sandstorm).

Leave the house and Surf on the water to the east. Continue eastward and get
on the grass. Battle another Ace Trainer, then go right. Assuming you can use
Whirlpool, once you get on the bridge, Surf south and cross the Whirlpool. Go
left and land on the platform to battle a Bird Keeper and grab TM02 (Dragon
Claw).

Return to the bridge and battle and defeat the Ace Trainer. (Amazingly, he
trains a lone Mareep, which should at least be an Ampharos.) Continue eastward
and ascend the stairwat. Once you reach the top, descend the steps and go
through the grass and examine the empty space for a revive. Go back and down
some more steps and pick up the Destiny Knot.

Continue down some more and down the last set of steps. Battle and defeat the
Psychic, then continue onto the bridge. Defeat the Ace Trainer and go east and
across the bridge onto Route 26.

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                                   Route 26
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Doduo         |  Both   |   40%   |  40%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Raticate      |   HG    |    5%   |   5%  |   40%   |  Grass             |
|  Raticate      |   SS    |   35%   |  35%  |   70%   |  Grass             |
|  Sandslash     |   HG    |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Grass             |
|  Ponyta        |  Both   |   20%   |  20%  |   20%   |  Grass             |
|  Dodrio        |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Quagsire      |   HG    |    0%   |   0%  |   10%   |  Grass             |
|  Quagsire      |   SS    |    0%   |   0%  |    5%   |  Grass             |
|  Arbok         |   SS    |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Grass             |
|  Tentacool     |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Surfing           |
|  Tentacruel    |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Tentacool     |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Tentacool     |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Chinchou      |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Shellder      |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    3%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Chinchou      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Shellder      |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Tentacruel    |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Lanturn       |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    3%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Qwilfish Lv. 30 (x2), Seaking Lv. 34                  |
|                     Espeon Lv. 36                                         |
|                     Pikachu Lv. 36, Blastoise Lv. 36                      |
|                     Victreebel Lv. 32, Flareon Lv. 32, Kingler Lv. 32     |
|                     Parasect Lv. 33, Vaporeon Lv. 33, Golduck Lv. 35      |
|                     Rapidash Lv. 36, Flaaffy Lv. 31                       |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Once you enter, continue eastward and over the bridge. Defeat the Fisherman and
go north across the bridge. Defeat the Psychic, and then go left and jump off
of the ledge. Follow the path to shortly return to Route 27. Surf on the water
to the right after the last ledge and go down the small platform below the
raised one you probably noticed earlier. Use the Dowsing MCHN to find a Nugget,
then go back to where you used Surf to get on the water. Go left and use the
Dowsing MCHN to find a Big Mushroom. Jump off the ledge and go up the steps and
across the bridges back onto Route 26.

Go north this time and defeat the Ace Trainer next to the house. Grab the
Apricorn here, and speak with the woman inside the house to get healed.

Leave the house and continue along the path. Go east and battle the Ace Trainer
and further around for another one. Use the Dowsing MCHN to find a Tinymushroom
nearby, then continue along the path once more. You'll find another Ace Trainer
to defeat. After doing so, go down the ledges on the left. Jump down two, then
collect the Max Elixir. Jump down the rest and go back around to the large
building by the Ace Trainer.

This large building is the gateway into Victory Road, the final and toughest
trial before the Pokémon League. Enter this gatehouse and exit - you can now
Fly to here. Go back to a city with a Pokémon Center and pick up any Pokémon
with the moves of Strength and Rock Smash - you will need these in Victory
Road.

Once you're ready, enter the gatehouse. Go north and the guard there will
verify you have obtained all eight badges of the Johto region, thereby letting
you north to Victory Road. The exits on the left (Mt. Silver) and right
(Route 22 of Kanto, west of Viridian City) are blocked for now.

So, into Victory Road we go.

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                                 Victory Road
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Golbat        |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Walk around 1F-2F |
|  Graveler      |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Walk around 1F-2F |
|  Onix          |  Both   |   15%   |  15%  |   15%   |  Walk around 1F-2F |
|  Donphan       |   HG    |   20%   |  20%  |   20%   |  Walk around 1F-2F |
|  Ursaring      |   SS    |   20%   |  20%  |   20%   |  Walk around 1F-2F |
|  Rhyhorn       |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Walk around 1F-2F |
|  Golbat        |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Walk around 3F    |
|  Graveler      |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Walk around 3F    |
|  Onix          |  Both   |   15%   |  15%  |   15%   |  Walk around 3F    |
|  Donphan       |   HG    |   20%   |  20%  |   20%   |  Walk around 3F    |
|  Ursaring      |   SS    |   20%   |  20%  |   20%   |  Walk around 3F    |
|  Rhyhorn       |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Walk around 3F    |
|  Geodude       |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Rock Smashing 3F  |
|  Graveler      |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Rock Smashing 3F  |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: There are no Trainers available for battle here.      |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

<= 1F =>

As with G/S/C, there aren't any trainers found here, but the layout itself has
changed since then. To start with, head up and push the Strength boulder up
once, and continue left and down the stairs. Go up and and grab the Potion,
then go up and the stairs to the left. Use the Dowsing MCHN near the left part
of the high up platform to find a Full Heal. Then go across.

Go to the left and take the stairs to go down, then go through the rocks on the
right, picking up the Full Heal as you go. Go back to the left and use the
Dowsing MCHN near the wall to find a Max Potion, then continue in a northward
direction until you find two boulders to the east and stairs to the north. Go
right and push the bottom boulder forward, and then weave around to get a Max
Revive. Follow the path back out of the rock maze. Ascend the stairs and ascend
the ladder you'll find.

<= 2F =>

Once you arrive, go down from where you entered, then go up the first stairway
on the right. Go down the path to the west, then follow it to a sharp rock.
Examine said rock and you'll find a Max Revive. Then go back and up the second
stairway. Go up the ones to the right afterwards, then follow the path around
for a while, then go up the ladder.

<= 3F =>

Check one of the rocks in the northeastern corner of the room to find a Hyper
Potion. Drop down the hole in the center part of the room when done.

<= 2F =>

Go north and west some until you reach the Strength boulder. Push said boulder
one tile forward. Go down the now-exposed steps and up the other side to find a
Full Restore. Push the boulder one space either way - preferably to the right -
and go up the upper stairs on ascend the ladder at the top.

<= 3F =>

Here, go around the rocks, avoiding the hole as you do. Ascend to the upper
part of the area and grab the Ultra Ball. Also Rock Smash to the top-left rock
and use the Dowsing MCHN for a Zinc. Go down and left now, then do it again to
fall into the bottom hole.

<= 2F =>

Ascend the ladder here.

<= 3F =>

You'll now be on the lower ground. Follow this path around north and east until
you find three Rock Smash-able rocks. Break them all and collect the item, TM79
(Dark Pulse).

Go back west and take the path northward this time. Avoid the hole and then
weave through the rocks, picking up the Rare Candy to the right as you go; it
is in the southwest corner of the two large rocks the northeast.

Fall down the hole, now.

<= 2F =>

Go west and down the stairway. Pick up TM26, Earthquake, here. Go back up the
stairs and ascend the nearby ladder.

<= 3F =>

Follow the path to the southeast and jump over the ledge. Go down and right to
the Rock Smash-able rocks. Break them if desired, then head north. Heal up and
save if need, then go east and north some more. Your rival should then appear.
RIVAL FIGHT!
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|  BOSS: PKMN Trainer [rival's name]  \
|______________________________________\_____________________________________
|  Pokémon:  Sneasel (Dark/Ice) Lv. 36                                       |
|            Golbat (Poison/Flying) Lv. 38                                   |
|            Haunter (Ghost/Poison) Lv. 37                                   |
|            Magneton (Electric/Steel) Lv. 37                                |
|            Kadabra (Psychic) Lv. 37                                        |
|            Feraligatr [if you chose Cyndaquil] (Water) Lv. 40 <--,         |
|            Meganium [if you chose Totodile] (Grass) Lv. 40    <--+ Only 1. |
|            Typhlosion [if you chose Chikorita] (Fire) Lv. 40  <--'         |
|                                                                            |
|  Money Earned: $2,560                                                      |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Sneasel is weak to Fighting (4x), Bug, Fire, Rock, and Steel. It is also  |
|  immune to Psychic.                                                        |
|                                                                            |
|  Golbat, as usual, is weak to Psychic, Electric, Ice, and Rock. It has an  |
|  immunity to Ground. It will probably use Supersonic, so finish it fast.   |
|                                                                            |
|  Magneton is weak against Ground (4x), Fire, and Fighting. It will mainly  |
|  use Spark, an Electric move. I believe it also can use Thunder Wave. I    |
|  don't know for sure, though.                                              |
|                                                                            |
|  Haunter is weak to Dark, Ghost, and Psychic moves, with an immunity to    |
|  Ground, Normal, and Fighting. It's main move is Shadow Ball, so avoid     |
|  using Psychic and Ghost types.                                            |
|                                                                            |
|  Kadabra is weak to Dark, Ghost, and Bug. It has powerful Psychic moves,   |
|  so avoid using Fighting or Psychic Pokémon.                               |
|                                                                            |
|  Feraligatr is weak to Electric and Grass.                                 |
|                                                                            |
|  Meganium is weak to Ice, Fire, Bug, Poison, and Flying.                   |
|                                                                            |
|  Typhlosion is weak to Ground, Rock, and Water.                            |
|                                                                            |
|  Recommendations: Graveler/Golem at Lv. 44+; Vulpix, Growlithe, Ninetales, |
|  or Arcanine at Lv. 45+; Haunter/Gengar at Lv. 45+. Those cover most of    |
|  the weaknesses, but bring your starter at Lv. 47+ and your legendary at   |
|  Lv. 46+ for back-up. Things probably screwed up in the past, after all.   |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

After the battle, your rival will leave the scene, leaving us permitted to go
forward and exit Victory Road through the north exit, which leads to none other
than the Indigo Plateau.

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                                Indigo Plateau
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Once you arrive, go up some and examine the second statue on the left to find a
Rare Candy. That's all here; go forward to the main building of the Indigo
Plateau.

Here, you'll find a combo of a Pokémon Center and a Poké Mart, probably the
inspiration for the combo of both (and the GTS) in a Pokémon Center in the
Black/White games.

Now, for a decent challenge at the Elite Four, you are going to need to spend a
good deal of cash on good healing items. Sell all the worse than Hyper Potions
you have, then buy about 25 ~ 35 of them. Go next for the Full Restores and get
about 15 ~ 20 of them. As for Revives, get 15 or so; Full Heals, 20 should do.

Next, get your party ready. Here's my typical first-time approach. (I would
usually have two HM slaves in my party, but I raised the two in their place
on the side.)

~ Starter: Lv. 47+
~ Ho-oh/Lugia: Lv. 46+
~ Kadabra/Alakazam: Lv. 45+
~ Haunter/Gengar: Lv. 45+
~ Graveler/Golem: Lv. 45+
~ Something with a Dragon or Ice move (I use Dragonite): Lv. 47+

Heal up at the nurse's desk, and go to the top of the room. At the very top,
speak with the guy there and he'll move. Save and when you're ready, enter the
realm of the Elite Four.

In the first room, you'll find it to be a bright purplish hue, with cubes
hovering around. The Elite Four in here, Will, is a Psychic-type Trainer. Speak
with him to begin!
 _________________________
|  BOSS: Elite Four Will  \
|__________________________\_________________________________________________
|  Pokémon: Xatu (Psychic/Flying) Lv. 40                                     |
|           Slowbro (Psychic/Water) Lv. 41                                   |
|           Jynx (Psychic/Ice) Lv. 41                                        |
|           Exeggutor (Psychic/Grass) Lv. 41                                 |
|           Xatu (Psychic/Flying) Lv. 42                                     |
|                                                                            |
|  Money Earned: $5,040                                                      |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Xatu is like Lugia, with weaknesses to Ice, Rock, Electric, Dark, and     |
|  Ghost moves and immunity to Ground. The opening Lv. 41 one has U-turn,    |
|  which deals Bug damage and switches the user with another; Me First,      |
|  which will make the Xatu (if it's faster) use the move you'd use; Psychic,|
|  which is a powerful Psychic move; and Confuse Ray, which is obvious.      |
|                                                                            |
|  Slowbro is weak to Grass, Electric, Dark, Ghost, and Bug. It can use      |
|  Water Pulse (Water damage; possible confusion) and Psychic to deal some   |
|  damage. The other two moves, Curse and Amnesia, just deal with the user's |
|  stats -- lower Speed, higher Attack and Defense for Curse; higher Sp.     |
|  Defense with Amnesia. The Curse is worthless, though -- the attacks that  |
|  deal damage are only using Special Attack, so consider it a freebie.      |
|                                                                            |
|  Jynx is weak to Fire, Rock, Steel, Dark, Ghost, and Bug. It also can use  |
|  Psychic and Ice Punch, which are its deadliest moves with the STAB bonus  |
|  (and the Freeze chance on the latter). It can also use Doubleslap, which  |
|  is rather weak, and Lovely Kiss, which causes Sleep.                      |
|                                                                            |
|  Exeggutor is weak to Fire, Ice, Flying, Poison, Bug (4x), Dark, and       |
|  Ghost, like Celebi. It can use Psychic (it's most powerful here) and a    |
|  rather weak Egg Bomb. It also can use Hypnosis to put you to Sleep and    |
|  Reflect to halve Physical damage. So, it'll be Special attacks, like      |
|  Flamethrower or Shadow Ball, that do best.                                |
|                                                                            |
|  The second Xatu - the Lv. 42 one - has the same weaknesses of Rock, Ice,  |
|  Electric, Dark, and Ghost and the Ground immunity. It can use Psychic,    |
|  Aerial Ace (a Flying no-miss move), Ominous Wind (a Ghost move of 60      |
|  Power that can raise all stats), and Confuse Ray. You'll want to use a    |
|  Rock/Ice/Electric type to defeat it.                                      |
|                                                                            |
|  Recommendations: A powerful and varied Haunter/Gengar at Lv. 46+ can      |
|  finish it in a solo. However, Graveler/Golem and your legendary, each at  |
|  Lv. 46+, are great for back-up.                                           |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

Once the battle is over with, the door will open. Go through into the next
room, healing as you need to.

This second room is the residence of Koga, the Poison-type trainer of the Elite
Four. The room is designed like a shadowy dark forest -- guess what I thought
he trained my first time? (Grass or Dark.) Anyhow, speak with him to start.
 _________________________
|  BOSS: Elite Four Koga  \
|__________________________\_________________________________________________
|  Pokémon: Araidos (Poison/Bug) Lv. 40                                      |
|           Forretress (Bug/Steel) Lv. 43                                    |
|           Muk (Poison) Lv. 42                                              |
|           Venomoth (Poison/Bug) Lv. 41                                     |
|           Crobat (Poison/Flying) Lv. 44                                    |
|                                                                            |
|  Money Earned: $5,280                                                      |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Araidos is weak to Psychic, Fire, Flying, and Rock moves. It has Giga     |
|  Drain, a pitifully weak Grass move for it; Poison Jab, a decent Poison    |
|  move that may poison; Spider Web, which stops switching; Baton Pass, to   |
|  switch to another Pokémon.                                                |
|                                                                            |
|  Forretress is weak to and ONLY weak to Fire, though it quadruple damage.  |
|  It's Steel-typing also immunizes it from the type/status of Poison. It    |
|  can use Spikes (damage upon switching. More use - more damage); Toxic     |
|  Spikes (poisoning on switch); Protect; and Explosion (suicide, but good   |
|  damage). This is best dealt with via Ho-oh, to avoid the spikes and due   |
|  to the Fire thing.                                                        |
|                                                                            |
|  Muk is weak to Psychic and Ground. It is holding Black Sludge, which is   |
|  going to heal it by about 6.25% each turn - and it can't be taken off. It |
|  can use Gunk Shot (Poison move), Minimize (ups evasion), Screech (severe  |
|  lowering of your Defense), and Toxic (increasing damage version of        |
|  poison). It is strongly recommended to finish it off fast, because the    |
|  status and stat reductions will finish you off faster.                    |
|                                                                            |
|  Venomoth is weak to Flying, Psychic, Rock, and Fire. It can use Gust (a   |
|  Flying move), Psychic, Supersonic, and Toxic. A Steel-type will be able   |
|  to avoid the Toxic, but that's it. Additionally, its ability will change  |
|  all 1/2 resistances to no resistance, and 1/4 resistance to 1/2.          |
|                                                                            |
|  Crobat is weak to Psychic, Rock, Ice, and Electric; and is immune to      |
|  Ground. It can use Wing Attack and Poison Fang - decent STAB moves, and   |
|  the latter poisons. The former is Flying. It also has Quick Attack and    |
|  Double Team to raise evasion. One last thing: it takes 1/4 the normal     |
|  damage from Fighting, Grass, and Bug.                                     |
|                                                                            |
|  Recommendations: Generally, a decent Kadabra/Alakazam at Lv. 47+ can solo |
|  it. However, Ho-oh/Lugia and Growlithe/Arcanine/Vulpix/Ninetales are good |
|  back-ups if at Lv. 47+, too. Your Typholsion could obviously take the     |
|  place of the Growlithe/etc.                                               |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

After the battle, go through the now-opened door.

Here, you'll find a lava field where you'll find Bruno, the Fighting-type
trainer of the Elite Four. (I first thought Fire - you know, the lava.) So,
this should be a harder version of the Cianwood Gym. Speak with Bruno to
start.
 __________________________
|  BOSS: Elite Four Bruno  \
|___________________________\________________________________________________
|  Pokémon: Hitmontop (Fighting) Lv. 42                                      |
|           Hitmonlee (Fighting) Lv. 42                                      |
|           Hitmonchan (Fighting) Lv. 42                                     |
|           Onix (Rock/Ground) Lv. 43                                        |
|           Machamp (Fighting) Lv. 46                                        |
|                                                                            |
|  Money Earned: $5,520                                                      |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Hitmontop is weak to Psychic and Flying. It can use Dig (Ground; one-turn |
|  wait); Triple Kick (Fighting, three-hit); Quick Attack; and Counter       |
|  (returning of physical damage). It also has the Technician ability, which |
|  increases the power of below-60-Power attacks by 50%.                     |
|                                                                            |
|  Hitmonlee has Blaze Kick (Fire move); Hi Jump Kick (Fighting move; user   |
|  is damaged with a miss); Focus Energy (upped critical rate); and Swagger  |
|  (ups your Attack and confuses). You'll really want to finish it quick if  |
|  your Pokémon is weak to Fighting - the Hi Jump Kick has an overall 180    |
|  Power before super/not very effectiveness is added. OH! I forgot to say   |
|  it is also weak to Psychic and Flying.                                    |
|                                                                            |
|  Hitmonchan is also weak to Psychic and Flying. It can use the "elemental  |
|  punches": Ice, Fire, and Thunderpunch (with obvious types) and Bullet     |
|  Punch, which is about half the above punches' power. It also gets a 20%   |
|  punch-Power boost (ie. all its moves) due to its Iron Fist ability. It'll |
|  be best to use a Psychic type here, rather than a Flying type.            |
|                                                                            |
|  Onix is weak to Water (4x), Grass (4x), Fighting, Ice, and Steel. It can  |
|  use Earthquake (powerful Ground move), Dragonbreath (Dragon move), Rock   |
|  Slide (Rock move), and Sandstorm. It'll be best to use a powerful Water   |
|  or Grass move if your Pokémon have one. If anything, don't use Flying.    |
|                                                                            |
|  Machamp is weak to Psychic and Flying (duh). It can use Rock Slide (Rock  |
|  move), Cross Chop (Fighting move that can go through Protect/Detect at    |
|  times), Revenge (another powerful Fighting move), and Foresight (make a   |
|  Ghost type hittable with Fighting). All moves will be 100% accurate in    |
|  this battle, because of Machamp's ability of No Guard. It is preferable   |
|  to use Psychic over Flying here.                                          |
|                                                                            |
|  Recommendations: Again, Kadabra/Alakazam at Lv. 47+ can solo it. However, |
|  the legendaries (particularly Lugia) and your starter at Lv. 48+ are good |
|  for back-up.                                                              |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

Once you're done here, heal if needed and go to the next unlocked room.

Here, you'll find a large set of purplish curtains and a starry floor. This
place is where you'll find Karen, the one who uses Dark types (altough it is
only 60% of her team with the typing). Speak with her to start the battle.
 __________________________
|  BOSS: Elite Four Karen  \
|___________________________\________________________________________________
|  Pokémon: Umbreon (Dark) Lv. 42                                            |
|           Murkrow (Dark/Flying) Lv. 44                                     |
|           Vileplume (Grass/Poison) Lv. 42                                  |
|           Gengar (Ghost/Poison) Lv. 45                                     |
|           Houndoom (Dark/Fire) Lv. 47                                      |
|                                                                            |
|  Money Earned: $5,640                                                      |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Umbreon is weak to Fighting and Bug. It can use Faint Attack and Payback, |
|  both Dark moves. The latter is immensely powerful it goes last. It can    |
|  also use Double Team and Confuse Ray. Oh, and it's immune to Psychic.     |
|                                                                            |
|  Murkrow is weak to Rock, Electric, and Ice, with Ground and Psychic       |
|  immunization. It can use a Dark-type Sucker Punch and Faint Attack; Pluck |
|  to steal your item and do Flying damage; and Whirlwind to switch your     |
|  Pokémon. Electric and Rock are overall preferable here.                   |
|                                                                            |
|  Vileplume is weak to Flying, Ice, Fire, and Psychic. It can use the move  |
|  Petal Dance (135 Power Grass move, 2-3 turns); Acid (weak Poison move);   |
|  Stun Spore (paralyzes); Moonlight (heals the user). Get rid of it before  |
|  it can paralyze you. Fire and Flying (especially the combo (Ho-oh)) is    |
|  immensely preferable.                                                     |
|                                                                            |
|  Gengar is weak to Psychic, Dark, and Ghost, with Ground, Normal, and      |
|  Fighting immunities. It can use Lick (a WEAK Ghost move); Focus Blast (a  |
|  150 Power Normal move; rest on second turn); and Spite (remove all of the |
|  PP of the last-used move). It also will use Destiny Bond - if you move    |
|  last and KO it on the turn this is used, you will also be KO'ed, so be    |
|  ready with the Revive.                                                    |
|                                                                            |
|  Houndoom is weak to Fighting, Rock, Ground, and Water and is immune to    |
|  Psychic. It can use Dark Pulse and Crunch (decently-powerful Dark moves), |
|  Flamethrower (a powerful Fire move due to the STAB), and Nasty Plot (to   |
|  raise the Special Attack). In general, it would be best to use a Water    |
|  type.                                                                     |
|                                                                            |
|  Recommendations: Your starter at Lv. 47+ for Umbreon; Graveler/Golem at   |
|  Lv. 47+ for Murkrow and Houndoom; and Haunter/Gengar for the rest. A      |
|  Kadabra/Alakazam and the legendary of your game would make good back-up.  |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

Once you're done, fully heal your Pokémon as much as possible, then continue
through the door. Go forward in the next room to eventually be pulled into
auto-pilot and to Lance, the Pokémon League's champion!!
 ________________________
|  BOSS: Champion Lance  \
|_________________________\__________________________________________________
|  Pokémon: Gyarados (Water/Flying) Lv. 46                                   |
|           Charizard (Fire/Flying) Lv. 48                                   |
|           Aerodactyl (Rock/Flying) Lv. 48                                  |
|           Dragonite (Dragon/Flying) Lv. 49                                 |
|           Dragonite (Dragon/Flying) Lv. 49                                 |
|           Dragonite (Dragon/Flying) Lv. 50                                 |
|                                                                            |
|  Money Earned: $10,000                                                     |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Gyarados is weak to Electric (4x) and Rock, with a Ground immunity. This  |
|  Pokémon has a high Attack stat and abuses it with Waterfall (Water) and   |
|  Ice Fang (Ice) moves, so you shouldn't use the legendary here. It can     |
|  also use Dragon Pulse (Dragon), and Flail (Normal; strengths as user      |
|  weakens). Be prepped to use Full Heals - Ice Fang can freeze you. If you  |
|  can't use a Electric/Rock move, use Kadabra/Alakazam. Your starter might  |
|  manage, but that's last-ditch.                                            |
|                                                                            |
|  Charizard is weak to Rock (4x), Water, and Electric, with a Ground        |
|  immunity. It has a wide type-coverage of moves: Air Slash (Flying), Fire  |
|  Fang (Fire), Shadow Claw (Ghost), and Dragon Claw (Dragon). Amazingly,    |
|  though, these moves don't cover the types Charizard is weak to. Yeesh.    |
|  Just remember that Fire Fang may burn. Graveler/Golem is unquestionably   |
|  the best here, although Ho-oh (not Lugia - Shadow Claw) is a decent       |
|  alternate.                                                                |
|                                                                            |
|  Aerodactyl is weak to Water, Electric, Ice, and Rock. It's immune to      |
|  Ground. It also has a wide type-coverage: Thunder Fang (Electric), Rock   |
|  Slide (Rock), Aerial Ace (Flying), and Crunch (Dark). Water and Ice are   |
|  weak to Thunder Fang and Rock Slide, respectively. So, it's preferred you |
|  use Graveler/Golem.                                                       |
|                                                                            |
|  All three of the Dragonite are weak to Ice (4x), Dragon, and Rock. This   |
|  paragraph covers the Lv. 49 ones. They both carry Thunder Wave (to make   |
|  you paralyzed), Dragon Rush (Dragon; strong), and Hyper Beam. One of them |
|  will have Blizzard, and the other has Thunder. Luckily, neither of those  |
|  can hurt an Ice, Dragon, or Rock type super-effectively. (Although        |
|  Dragon Rush will really hurt a Dragon type.) It is strongly recommended   |
|  to use Graveler/Golem on both of them, if you lack an Ice move.           |
|                                                                            |
|  Now, for the Lv. 50 Dragonite. It has Outrage, a Dragon move with 180     |
|  overall Power, which will hurt for those 2-3 turns. It will confuse at    |
|  the end of those turns. It can also use Fire Blast (120-Power Fire move), |
|  Hyper Beam (150-Power Normal move; rest on second turn), and Sageguard.   |
|  The idea for this one is actually probably to use your starter, your      |
|  legendary, or SOMETHING NOT WEAK TO FIRE OR DRAGON that knows a decent    |
|  Ice move. If not that, use Graveler/Golem.                                |
|                                                                            |
|  Recommendations: Graveler/Golem at Lv. 48+, which may be able to solo it. |
|  However, as back-up, use your starter (Lv. 49+), your legendary (Lv. 49+),|
|  and Kadabra/Alakazam at Lv. 48+. Always be ready to use your Hyper Potion |
|  and Full Restore stock at any moment - this battle takes a toll on your   |
|  HP.                                                                       |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

Once you manage to beat Lance, Professor Oak and DJ Mary will come to
congratulate you, with the latter trying to, in vain, make a report. Lance will
lead you away above to the champion's room.

After some scenes, you and your Pokémon will be registered into the Hall of
Fame. Press A after all of your Pokémon appear together and the credits will
roll.

So, yes, congratulations: you have become the Johto champion! However, my
thirst of superiority is not quenched; let's conquer another region. Reload
your saved file to start on the other half of the game...


+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
++                                                                         ++
++     Section X- Exploring Kanto: Through Vermillion Gym       **HS410**  ++
++                                                                         ++
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

^ The most creative title thus far. >_<

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                                New Bark Town
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Tentacool     |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Surfing           |
|  Tentacruel    |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Tentacool     |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Tentacool     |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Chinchou      |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Shellder      |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    3%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Chinchou      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Shellder      |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Tentacruel    |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Lanturn       |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    3%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: There are no Trainers available for battle here.      |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

After defeating Lance, becoming Champion, and reloading the save file, you
will be back in your bedroom in New Bark Town. Go downstairs and your mom will
speak with you. Go outside and to Elm's lab. Speak with Prof. Elm and you'll be
given the S.S. Ticket. This will let you get on the S.S. Aqua found in Olivine.
Fly there now.

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                                 Olivine City
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Tentacool     |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Surfing           |
|  Tentacruel    |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Krabby        |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Krabby        |  Both   |   37%   |  37%  |   37%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Corsola       |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    0%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Staryu        |  Both   |    0%   |   0%  |    3%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Krabby        |  Both   |   67%   |  67%  |   67%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Corsola       |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |    0%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Staryu        |  Both   |    0%   |   0%  |   30%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Kingler       |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    3%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: There are no Trainers available for battle here.      |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Enter the harbor to the south and you'll found Professor Oak, who will upgrade
your Pokédex to the National Dex, thereby allowing data for the 493 Pokémon of
Kanto, Johto, Hoenn, and Sinnoh to be documented (I'd include Unova from
Black/White and its 156 (?) extra, but there is no importing allowed from them
to the Gen. IV-and-previous games.)

Once you're ready to head on out onto the S.S. Aqua and the Kanto region --
bring some strong Pokémon if you want to do some battling -- head on through
the dock house, going south, and speak with the sailors as you go to go on
through.

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                                  S.S. Aqua
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  No wild Pokémon are to be found here.                                    |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Delibird Lv. 40                                       |
|                     Teddiursa Lv. 39, Phanpy Lv. 39                       |
|                     Bronzor Lv. 39, Golem Lv. 42                          |
|                     Koffing Lv. 36 (x2), Flareon Lv. 39                   |
|                     Mr. Mime Lv. 37, Magmar Lv. 37, Machoke Lv. 37        |
|                     Makuhita Lv. 40, Raticate Lv. 40                      |
|                     Machop Lv. 39, Machoke Lv. 41, Psyduck Lv. 34         |
|                     Seaking Lv. 41                                        |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

After the small cutscene, head to the left and into the top-right cabin of
these four doors. There are two battles here - one single, one double.

Exit the room when done and go to the bottom-right door to battle the Hiker.
Leave this cabin and go to the "block" of four cabins on the right. Battle the
Firebreather in the top-right cabin, then head to the bottom-right cabin. This
one is yours, with a PC and bed (to heal your party).

Leave and go to the midpoint of the corridor, then down the stairs. Go down and
left to the green tiled room to battle a (seasick) Juggler in the top-left,
then go out and to the right to find a Sailor. Battle the sailor in the right
room with the gray floor afterwards, then go back up the stairs.

Go to the bottom-left room of the right set of cabins and speak with the
Sailor there. Defeat him and return to the lower floor. Go to the bottom-right
and you can now pass. Go to the northern side of the engine and defeat the
Picnicker there, then go up the ladder.

Enter the room here and speak with the girl next to the captain at the top. She
wants to play hide-and-seek, and she'll leave. This is the girl that the
gentleman at the start was looking for. Return to the engine room and check the
bottom-left corner of the whole floor to find her. Talk to her to send her, and
you, back to her father's room.

There, you'll be given a Metal Coat. This item, when held by Onix or Scyther
while being traded, can evolve it into Steelix or Scizor, respectively. The
ship should then arrive at its destination. Leave the cabin and speak with the
Sailor blocking the exit/extrance to be allowed out. Leave the boat and you'll
find yourself in...

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                               Vermillion City
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Diglett       |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Rock Smash        |
|  Shuckle       |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Rock Smash        |
|  Tentacool     |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Surfing           |
|  Tentacruel    |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Tentacool     |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Tentacool     |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Chinchou      |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Shellder      |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    3%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Chinchou      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Shellder      |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Tentacruel    |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Lanturn       |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    3%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: There are no Trainers available for battle here.      |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Vermillion City is the first city G/S/C/HG/SS players typically visit in the
Kanto region. It is the port city of Kanto, like Olivine is of Johto. It was
the location of Lt. Surge's Electric-type Gym in the R/B/Y/G/FR/LG games and
was, I think, the third gym there.

Anyhow, head left and into the port house. Speak with the Sailor and go north
to exit. Continue along the path you'll find Suicune. It'll hop away as Eusine
arrives. (How the hell he get here?) He'll go ecstatic for a moment and leave.

Go down the stairs at the top and go left. Go around to where you can Surf on
the water south of one of the house, and Surf onto the beach to find a Luck
Incense.

Return to the mainland and heal up in the Pokémon Center in the northwest. You
will need to have something with Cut in a moment. For now, you can visit the
building just above the Gym, the Pokémon Fan Club. Speak with the president
behind the counter in the top-right to get a Rare Candy.

When you're ready for the Gym, go to the Cut tree, Cut it down or Surf
around, then enter the Gym.

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                                Vermillion Gym
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  No wild Pokémon are to be found here.                                    |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Electrode Lv. 43 (x3)                                 |
|                     Jolteon Lv. 45, Voltorb Lv. 43, Magnemite Lv. 42      |
|                     Pikachu Lv. 46, Flaaffy Lv. 43, Electrike Lv. 42      |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

This gym is the first one you'll deal with in the Kanto region. It is of the
Electric-type and is seen over by Lt. Surge. Begin by battling the three
trainers in here. Exit and heal if needed.

The puzzle found here is no different than in R/B/Y/G/FR/LG - check each of
the bins in here. You'll eventually find one with a switch. Once you do, check
one of the bins nearby - must be right next to it non-diagonally - and you may
find the second switch. It's all luck, really. Once you've found both switches,
go to the top and speak with the person there, the Gym Leader, to begin.
 ______________________________
|  BOSS: Gym Leader Lt. Surge  \
|_______________________________\____________________________________________
|  Pokémon: Raichu (Electric) Lv. 51                                         |
|           Electrode (Electric) Lv. 47                                      |
|           Electrode (Electric) Lv. 47                                      |
|           Magneton (Electric/Steel) Lv. 47                                 |
|           Electabuzz (Electric) Lv. 53                                     |
|                                                                            |
|  Money Earned: $6,360                                                      |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Raichu is weak only to Ground. It can use Shock Wave (no-miss Electric    |
|  move), Quick Attack, Thunder Wave (paralysis), and Double Team (upped     |
|  evasion). Luckily, if you're using a Ground type, you'll have no worries  |
|  here. However, beware of physical moves -- Static can cause paralysis.    |
|                                                                            |
|  Both Electrode are also weak only to Ground. One of them has Shock Wave,  |
|  Thunder Wave, Light Screen, and Double Team; the other has Charge Beam,   |
|  Screech, Selfdestruct, and Double Team. Again, Ground-type users will     |
|  have no problem, aside from the Static ability.                           |
|                                                                            |
|  Magneton can use Shock Wave, Mirror Shot, Supersonic, and Double Team.    |
|  It poses little threat aside from the use of Supersonic. It is weak to    |
|  Fire, Fighting, and Ground (4x).                                          |
|                                                                            |
|  Electabuzz can use Shock Wave, Low Kick (Fighting move), Quick Attack,    |
|  and Light Screen. It, as with the other Electric types, is weak only to   |
|  Ground.                                                                   |
|                                                                            |
|  Recommendations: Graveler/Golem/Sandslash at Lv. 48+. That can solo it,   |
|  more or less. Kadabra/Alakazam and your starter make enough back-up.      |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

After the battle, you'll earn the Thunderbadge amd TM34 (Shock Wave). The
latter is a no-miss 60-Power Electric move.

Anyhow, once you're done, exit the Gym.


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                                Vermillion Gym
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Once you've defeated Lt. Surge and obtained Badge #9, exit the Gym.

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                               Vermillion City
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Diglett       |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Rock Smash        |
|  Shuckle       |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Rock Smash        |
|  Tentacool     |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Surfing           |
|  Tentacruel    |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Tentacool     |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Tentacool     |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Chinchou      |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Shellder      |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    3%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Chinchou      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Shellder      |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Tentacruel    |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Lanturn       |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    3%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: There are no Trainers available for battle here.      |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Once you've left the Gym, go to the Pokémon Center and restore your party. Go
to the right -- in R/B/Y/G/FR/LG, this land here was being done by Machop, who
hasn't finished -- and break the southeastern rock to find a Full Heal, if you
use the Dowsing MCHN.

Whenever you're done, exit the city to the north.

(On a side note, you can now return to Johto whenever. It is most time-saving to
Fly to Victory Road or the Indigo Plateau, then you can go wherever you've been
to in either Kanto or Johto.)

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                                   Route 6
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Pidgey        |   HG    |   50%   |  50%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Pidgey        |   SS    |   30%   |  30%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Bellsprout    |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   20%   |  Grass             |
|  Abra          |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Grass             |
|  Magnemite     |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Grass             |
|  Oddish        |   HG    |    0%   |   0%  |   50%   |  Grass             |
|  Oddish        |   SS    |    0%   |   0%  |   30%   |  Grass             |
|  Gloom         |   HG    |    0%   |   0%  |   10%   |  Grass             |
|  Meowth        |   SS    |   20%   |  20%  |   30%   |  Grass             |
|  Psyduck       |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Surfing           |
|  Golduck       |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |   40%   |  40%  |   40%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |   93%   |  93%  |   93%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Cherubi Lv. 42                                        |
|                     Plusle Lv. 41, Minun Lv. 41                           |
|                     Slakoth Lv. 43                                        |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Once you enter from Vermillion, go west and grab TM62 (Silver Wind), a pretty
decent Bug move. Go south from here and defeat the Picnicker. Go over to the
northeastern portion of the water and defeat the twins in a double battle. Go
further west to battle the camper, then head north into the gatehouse to
Saffron.

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                                 Saffron City
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Once you arrive, go north and west to find the Pokémon Center. Heal up there
and exit. Go into the house to the far east of here and speak with the person
inside to get TM29 (Psychic).

Once you're done here, go into the street above and enter the gigantic
building, residence of Silph Co. This place was raided by Team Rocket three
years before. You could also get a Lapras here, then. For now, though, you'll
need to speak with the guy next to the elevator on the top-left to find an
Up-grade, an item that evolves Porygon into Porygon2.

Leave Silph Co. and go to the top street. On the eastern portion, you'll find
both the Saffron Gym and the Saffron Dojo. For now, though, enter the Gym.

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                                 Saffron Gym
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  No wild Pokémon are to be found here.                                    |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Bronzor Lv. 45, Hypno Lv. 45                          |
|                     Kadabra Lv. 44, Girafarig Lv. 47                      |
|                     Mr. Mime Lv. 42, Exeggcute Lv. 42, Exeggcute Lv. 45   |
|                     Slowpoke Lv. 44, Slowbro Lv. 46                       |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

This Psychic-type Gym is the residence of Sabrina. This place has a teleporter
puzzle. Generally, just going into the teleporter across from you will slowly
get you there. However, here is a fast solution.

Take the only teleporter at the entance and defeat the Channeler you find. Take
the southeastern teleporter, defeat the Psychic, and take the top-left one.
Defeat the person there and take the bottom-left teleporter. Defeat the trainer
there and take the bottom-left teleporter.

And thusly, you end up in front of Sabrina. Speak with her to begin.
 ____________________________
|  BOSS: Gym Leader Sabrina  \
|_____________________________\______________________________________________
|  Pokémon: Espeon (Psychic) Lv. 53                                          |
|           Mr. Mime (Psychic) Lv. 53                                        |
|           Alakazam (Psychic) Lv. 55                                        |
|                                                                            |
|  Money Earned: $6,600                                                      |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Espeon is weak to Dark, Ghost, and Bug. It can use Shadow Ball (Ghost),   |
|  Psychic, Calm Mind (Sp. Attack/Defense boost), and Skill Swap (ability    |
|  swapping). Generally, seeing as it'll finish off a Ghost type via the     |
|  Shadow Ball, and many Bugs are part Poison, it is preferable to use a     |
|  Dark type like Umbreon.                                                   |
|                                                                            |
|  Mr. Mime is weak to Dark, Bug, and Ghost. It can use Mimic, Light Screen, |
|  Skill Swap, and Psychic. Since the last of these is Psychic and its only  |
|  real offensive move, Dark is preferable here, too.                        |
|                                                                            |
|  Alakazam can use Psychic and Energy Ball (Grass) offensively, and Reflect |
|  and Skill Swap on the side. It is weak to Dark, Ghost, and Bug. Again, it |
|  is preferable to use Dark.                                                |
|                                                                            |
|  Recommendations: Umbreon/Haunter/Gengar at Lv. 49+ should be fine. As     |
|  back-up, bring your starter at Lv. 50+, your legendary at Lv. 49+, and    |
|  some other strong Pokémon.                                                |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

After the battle, you'll get the Marsh Badge and TM48 Skill Swap. When you're
ready, take the red teleporter and leave.


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Once you've gotten the Marsh Badge, take the red teleporter and exit the Gym.

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                                 Saffron City
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Once you leave, go to the Pokémon Center and heal up. Exit Saffron when ready,
heading north.

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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Pidgey        |   HG    |   60%   |  60%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Pidgey        |   SS    |   40%   |  40%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Bellsprout    |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   20%   |  Grass             |
|  Abra          |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Grass             |
|  Oddish        |   HG    |    0%   |   0%  |   60%   |  Grass             |
|  Oddish        |   SS    |    0%   |   0%  |   30%   |  Grass             |
|  Gloom         |   HG    |    0%   |   0%  |   10%   |  Grass             |
|  Meowth        |   SS    |   20%   |  20%  |   30%   |  Grass             |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: No Trainers are found in this location.               |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Not actually much here. There might be some new Pokémon but little else. Just
head north.

By the way, if you jump off a ledge and go into the house that should be near,
speak with the woman inside to get a Cleanse Tag.

Again, little else. Cerulean is north of here.

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                                Cerulean City
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Goldeen       |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Surfing           |
|  Seaking       |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Goldeen       |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Goldeen       |  Both   |   40%   |  40%  |   40%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Goldeen       |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Seaking       |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    3%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: No Trainers are found here.                           |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Once you enter, head to the Pokémon Center (if you need to ... you'd have to
be doing a bunch of grinding to need to). The Gym is empty, so grab your Cut
and Surf Pokémon and head east to Route 9.

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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Spearow       |   HG    |   20%   |  20%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Spearow       |   SS    |   50%   |  50%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Fearow        |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Rattata       |   HG    |   10%   |  10%  |   40%   |  Grass             |
|  Rattata       |   SS    |   30%   |  30%  |   70%   |  Grass             |
|  Raticate      |   HG    |   15%   |  15%  |   25%   |  Grass             |
|  Raticate      |   SS    |   15%   |  15%  |   30%   |  Grass             |
|  Mankey        |   HG    |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Grass             |
|  Primeape      |   HG    |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Grass             |
|  Goldeen       |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Surfing           |
|  Seaking       |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Goldeen       |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Goldeen       |  Both   |   40%   |  40%  |   40%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Goldeen       |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Seaking       |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    3%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Nidorina Lv. 41, Raichu Lv. 45                        |
|                     Dugtrio Lv. 43, Poliwrath Lv. 40, Primeape Lv. 40     |
|                     Golduck Lv. 44, Sandslash Lv. 42                      |
|                     Onix Lv. 43, Dugtrio Lv. 45                           |
|                     Graveler Lv. 42 (x3)                                  |
|                     Skiploom Lv. 43 (x2)                                  |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Follow the path southward and grab the Max Potion. Battle the trainer to the
east and, afterwards, go further along the path and go up the left one at the
fork, then battle the trainer found in the grass. Jump down the two ledges and
continue following the path to the right. Battle a trainer nearby, then go
under the ledge just below. Go all the way to the right. There, battle the
Hiker and grab the Full Restore.

Return to the place where the trainer before the Hiker was. Go right and up the
stairs nearby, then left. Cut down the tree and grab the Light Clay. Go out of
this place the way you came in. Go right and battle the Hiker above the ledge.
Cut the tree to the northeast and continue forward, grabbing the TM91 (Flash
Cannon) as you go. Jump off the ledge below to battle the Picnicker. Use the
Dowsine MCHN to find an Ether. Go across the grass and southward to Route 10.

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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Spearow       |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Fearow        |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Voltorb       |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Grass             |
|  Raticate      |  Both   |   25%   |  20%  |   25%   |  Grass             |
|  Quagsire      |  Both   |    0%   |   0%  |   40%   |  Grass             |
|  Electabuzz    |  Both   |    5%   |  10%  |    5%   |  Grass             |
|  Goldeen       |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Surfing           |
|  Seaking       |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Goldeen       |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Goldeen       |  Both   |   40%   |  40%  |   40%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Goldeen       |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Seaking       |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    3%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: No Trainers are here.                                 |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Nothing much here, except the chance of catching Electabuzz.

There is a Pokémon Center to the south. Heal there and get onto the water via
Surf. Follow the stream to a patch of land. The grass for the Pokémon is here.
Continue into the Power Plant.

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Once you enter, head up to the northern part of the room. Speak with the fat
guy near the power engine, and you'll then learn a machine part has been
stolen. Try to leave and you'll be asked for your (forced) cooperation.

Before you leave, if you speak with the guy at the top with the computer, you
can trade him a Dugtrio for his Magneton (which holds a Metal Coat).

When done, exit the Power Plant and Fly to Cerulean.

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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Goldeen       |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Surfing           |
|  Seaking       |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Goldeen       |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Goldeen       |  Both   |   40%   |  40%  |   40%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Goldeen       |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Seaking       |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    3%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: No Trainers are found here.                           |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Here, enter the Gym.

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When you enter, a Team Rocket Grunt will rush out and accidentally bump into
you. He apologizes and leaves, heading north onto Route 24.

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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Bellsprout    |  Both   |   60%   |  35%  |    5%   |  Grass             |
|  Abra          |  Both   |   20%   |  20%  |   20%   |  Grass             |
|  Weepinbell    |  Both   |   10%   |  15%  |   10%   |  Grass             |
|  Oddish        |  Both   |    0%   |   0%  |   30%   |  Grass             |
|  Venonat       |  Both   |    5%   |   0%  |   30%   |  Grass             |
|  Sunkern       |  Both   |    0%   |  30%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Venomoth      |  Both   |    0%   |   0%  |    5%   |  Grass             |
|  Goldeen       |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Surfing           |
|  Seaking       |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Goldeen       |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Goldeen       |  Both   |   40%   |  40%  |   40%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Goldeen       |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Seaking       |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    3%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: No Trainers are found here.                           |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Go north to find the Team Rocket Grunt and he'll force himself between two
people in an attempt to hide.

...

Really? Speak with him to battle his Lv. 39 Golbat. As with others, it will
fall almost instantly to Electric, Ice, Rock, and Psychic.

After the battle, he'll reveal that the missing machine part was in the
Cerulean Gym. He'll run off after discovering Team Rocket was dissolved back in
Goldenrod.

So, head to Cerulean City...

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                                Cerulean City
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Goldeen       |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Surfing           |
|  Seaking       |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Goldeen       |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Goldeen       |  Both   |   40%   |  40%  |   40%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Goldeen       |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Seaking       |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    3%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: No Trainers are found here.                           |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Here, enter the Gym.

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                                 Cerulean Gym
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When you get in, check the pile of rubber rings furthest back on the left side
of the Gym and you'll get the Machine Part. Now to deliver it. Exit the Gym.

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                                Cerulean City
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Goldeen       |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Surfing           |
|  Seaking       |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Goldeen       |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Goldeen       |  Both   |   40%   |  40%  |   40%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Goldeen       |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Seaking       |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    3%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: No Trainers are found here.                           |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Heal up out here if needed, and head to Route 9 to the east.

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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Spearow       |   HG    |   20%   |  20%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Spearow       |   SS    |   50%   |  50%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Fearow        |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Rattata       |   HG    |   10%   |  10%  |   40%   |  Grass             |
|  Rattata       |   SS    |   30%   |  30%  |   70%   |  Grass             |
|  Raticate      |   HG    |   15%   |  15%  |   25%   |  Grass             |
|  Raticate      |   SS    |   15%   |  15%  |   30%   |  Grass             |
|  Mankey        |   HG    |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Grass             |
|  Primeape      |   HG    |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Grass             |
|  Goldeen       |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Surfing           |
|  Seaking       |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Goldeen       |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Goldeen       |  Both   |   40%   |  40%  |   40%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Goldeen       |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Seaking       |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    3%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Nidorina Lv. 41, Raichu Lv. 45                        |
|                     Dugtrio Lv. 43, Poliwrath Lv. 40, Primeape Lv. 40     |
|                     Golduck Lv. 44, Sandslash Lv. 42                      |
|                     Onix Lv. 43, Dugtrio Lv. 45                           |
|                     Graveler Lv. 42 (x3)                                  |
|                     Skiploom Lv. 43 (x2)                                  |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Follow the route to the water to the east.

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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Spearow       |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Fearow        |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Voltorb       |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Grass             |
|  Raticate      |  Both   |   25%   |  20%  |   25%   |  Grass             |
|  Quagsire      |  Both   |    0%   |   0%  |   40%   |  Grass             |
|  Electabuzz    |  Both   |    5%   |  10%  |    5%   |  Grass             |
|  Goldeen       |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Surfing           |
|  Seaking       |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Goldeen       |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Goldeen       |  Both   |   40%   |  40%  |   40%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Goldeen       |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Seaking       |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    3%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: No Trainers are here.                                 |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Head to the Pokémon Center and go east onto the water. Surf south to the Power
Plant.

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Inside, speak with the fat guy from before and give him the Machine Part. It
is the one that was stolen and, with it, power should be up and running again.
You'll get TM57 (Charge Beam) as your reward. Exit the Plant and Fly to
Cerulean.

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                                Cerulean City
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Goldeen       |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Surfing           |
|  Seaking       |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Goldeen       |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Goldeen       |  Both   |   40%   |  40%  |   40%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Goldeen       |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Seaking       |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    3%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: No Trainers are found here.                           |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Heal yourself at the Pokémon Center if needed, then go north to Route 24.

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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Bellsprout    |  Both   |   60%   |  35%  |    5%   |  Grass             |
|  Abra          |  Both   |   20%   |  20%  |   20%   |  Grass             |
|  Weepinbell    |  Both   |   10%   |  15%  |   10%   |  Grass             |
|  Oddish        |  Both   |    0%   |   0%  |   30%   |  Grass             |
|  Venonat       |  Both   |    5%   |   0%  |   30%   |  Grass             |
|  Sunkern       |  Both   |    0%   |  30%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Venomoth      |  Both   |    0%   |   0%  |    5%   |  Grass             |
|  Goldeen       |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Surfing           |
|  Seaking       |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Goldeen       |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Goldeen       |  Both   |   40%   |  40%  |   40%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Goldeen       |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Seaking       |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    3%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: No Trainers are found here.                           |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Go all of the way across the bridge this time, then turn left and into the part
with the grass. (Another point - this was a prime early place for the usage of
the Mew glitch back in Red/Blue/Yellow/Green.)

Get onto the water and Surf, then follow the path down to about where the guy
in standing on the higher part. Use the Dowsing MCHN to find a Nugget.

Also around this area is the Cerulean Cave, only accessible when you get all
eight badges of the Kanto region. So, for now, sail back up into Route 24 and
east to Route 25.

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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Bellsprout    |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |    5%   |  Grass             |
|  Abra          |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Grass             |
|  Weepinbell    |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Grass             |
|  Oddish        |  Both   |    0%   |   0%  |   30%   |  Grass             |
|  Venonat       |  Both   |   20%   |  20%  |   30%   |  Grass             |
|  Pidgey        |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Venomoth      |  Both   |    0%   |   0%  |   20%   |  Grass             |
|  Pidgeotto     |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Goldeen       |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Surfing           |
|  Seaking       |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Goldeen       |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Goldeen       |  Both   |   40%   |  40%  |   40%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Goldeen       |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Seaking       |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    3%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Oddish Lv. 45                                         |
|                     Wigglytuff Lv. 40, Granbull Lv. 44                    |
|                     Tangela Lv. 44, Vaporean Lv. 42                       |
|                     Nidoking Lv. 46                                       |
|  Same battle ---+-> Paras Lv. 38 (x2), Gloom Lv. 38, Bellossom Lv. 41,    |
|                 '-> Parasect Lv. 41, Pidgeotto Lv. 41                     |
|                     Porygon Lv. 47                                        |
|                     Rhyhorn Lv. 48, Charmeleon Lv. 46, Wartortle Lv. 46   |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

To start, head to the ledge above with the four trees on its eastern side. Use
the Dowsing MCHN to find a Revive.

Head over to the right and battle a Schoolboy, then further to the right for a
Lass. Continue further onwards to find two more. Go up after the fourth battle
and right to continue for a double battle. Past this is a seventh trainer.
Defeat him and continue east. Speak with the trainer you find to get a Nugget
and a battle.

After this, Cut the tree nearby so as to grab the Protein. Once you do, go east
to find Misty and her boyfriend atop the high platform here. Once you arrive,
they split up. You, being a "pest", causes Misty to become annoyed and return
to the Cerulean Gym - she IS the Gym Leader there, after all. You can now do
the Gym Battle there.

The cottage nearby is where you find Bill's grandpa. If you show him the
correct Pokémon as shown in this list, you'll get the named item:

Request #1 (Leaf Stone)   -- Oddish
Request #2 (Fire Stone)   -- Growlithe (HeartGold), Vulpix (SoulSilver)
Request #3 (Everstone)    -- Jigglypuff
Request #4 (Thunderstone) -- Pichu (maybe the Spiky-Eared Pichu also counts?)
Request #5 (Water Stone)  -- Marill

Whenever you're done, return to Cerulean City.

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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Goldeen       |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Surfing           |
|  Seaking       |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Goldeen       |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Goldeen       |  Both   |   40%   |  40%  |   40%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Goldeen       |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Seaking       |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    3%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: No Trainers are found here.                           |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Here, restore your party at the Pokémon Center, then enter the Gym.

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                                 Cerulean Gym
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  No wild Pokémon are found here.                                          |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Horsea Lv. 43, Seadra Lv. 43                          |
|                     Azumarill Lv. 48                                      |
|                     Golduck Lv. 48                                        |
|                     Cloyster Lv. 48                                       |
|                     Seaking Lv. 46 (x2)                                   |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

The Cerulean City Gym is of the Water-type, as made apparent by the pool and
Sailors and such. Begin by going to the right and battling the two Sailors
there.

Return to the front of the Gym and Surf onto the water. Go forward to battle
the Swimmer, then go back around to where the second Sailor was blocking your
way. Sidle through the award podium and Surf onto the water to battle the
Swimmer. Surf up through the gap and battle this Swimmer. Go up and jump out
of the water. Head up the steps to find Misty. Battle her when ready.
 __________________________
|  BOSS: Gym Leader Misty  \
|___________________________\________________________________________________
|  Pokémon: Golduck (Water) Lv. 49                                           |
|           Quagsire (Water/Ground) Lv. 49                                   |
|           Lapras (Water/Ice) Lv. 52                                        |
|           Starmie (Water/Psychic) Lv. 54                                   |
|                                                                            |
|  Money Earned: $6,480                                                      |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Golduck is weak to Grass and Electric. It can use Water Pulse (Water; may |
|  confuse) and Psychic to attack. It can raise stats via Psych Up or stop   |
|  you from using the last-used move via Disable. Not a real threat, except  |
|  in the case of Water Pulse/confusing.                                     |
|                                                                            |
|  Quagsire is weak to Grass (4x), and nothing else - it has an Electric     |
|  immunity. It can use Water Pulse and Earthquake (Ground move) for offense |
|  and Amnesia to up its Special Defense. It also has Rain Dance, which      |
|  makes it rain (Fire weakens; Water strengthens; Thunder is 100% accurate).|
|  It can absorb Water moves for HP restoration, too. It'll be best to use a |
|  Grass Pokémon, because of the quadruple damage and it resists the         |
|  offensive moves.                                                          |
|                                                                            |
|  Lapras is weak to Electric, Grass, Rock, and Fighting. It can use Body    |
|  Slam (Normal; possible paralysis), Ice Beam (Ice move), Sing (55% chance  |
|  of causing Sleep), and Water Pulse. The faster you deal with this, the    |
|  better - you'll probably get statused by some move.                       |
|                                                                            |
|  Starmie is weak to Bug, Ghost, Dark, Grass, and Electric. It can use      |
|  Water Pulse, Ice Beam, Recover (for HP), and Confuse Ray. Generally, it   |
|  is preferable to not use Grass Pokémon due to the Ice Beam.               |
|                                                                            |
|  Recommendations: Your Grass starter/strongest Grass type/Ampharos at      |
|  Lv. 50+ might do it. As back-up, bring your legendary and starter at      |
|  Lv. 51+ and Haunter/Gengar at Lv. 50+.                                    |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

Upon defeating Misty, you'll receive the Cascade Badge and TM03 (Water Pulse).
Exit the Gym when you're done.


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                                 Cerulean Gym
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Once you've finished battling Misty and obtained the Cascade Badge, leave the
Gym.

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                                Cerulean City
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Goldeen       |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Surfing           |
|  Seaking       |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Goldeen       |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Goldeen       |  Both   |   40%   |  40%  |   40%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Goldeen       |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Seaking       |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    3%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: No Trainers are found here.                           |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Our next destination is the Pokémon Gym located in Celadon City. Along the way,
we'll be grabbing some stuff from Lavender Town.

So, for now, heal up at the Pokémon Center and exit Cerulean to the south.

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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Pidgey        |   HG    |   60%   |  60%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Pidgey        |   SS    |   40%   |  40%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Bellsprout    |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   20%   |  Grass             |
|  Abra          |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Grass             |
|  Oddish        |   HG    |    0%   |   0%  |   60%   |  Grass             |
|  Oddish        |   SS    |    0%   |   0%  |   30%   |  Grass             |
|  Gloom         |   HG    |    0%   |   0%  |   10%   |  Grass             |
|  Meowth        |   SS    |   20%   |  20%  |   30%   |  Grass             |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: No Trainers are found in this location.               |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Here, find the building near the southeast that looks like the buildings in
Goldenrod to its underground. Go into the building and down the stairs to the
underground path between Cerulean and Vermillion.

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                             Cerulean Underground
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There are no trainers are wild Pokémon here, just some items. Use the Dowsing
MCHN to find a Full Restore and X Special along the path.

As you have southward, you'll find some guy who will give you a TM64
(Explosion) for a RageCandyBar, which you got around Mahogany Town. May as well
let him have it - unlike Black/White, there is no other use here.

Go up the stairs on the other end to emerge onto Route 6.

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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Pidgey        |   HG    |   50%   |  50%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Pidgey        |   SS    |   30%   |  30%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Bellsprout    |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   20%   |  Grass             |
|  Abra          |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Grass             |
|  Magnemite     |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Grass             |
|  Oddish        |   HG    |    0%   |   0%  |   50%   |  Grass             |
|  Oddish        |   SS    |    0%   |   0%  |   30%   |  Grass             |
|  Gloom         |   HG    |    0%   |   0%  |   10%   |  Grass             |
|  Meowth        |   SS    |   20%   |  20%  |   30%   |  Grass             |
|  Psyduck       |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Surfing           |
|  Golduck       |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |   40%   |  40%  |   40%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |   93%   |  93%  |   93%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Cherubi Lv. 42                                        |
|                     Plusle Lv. 41, Minun Lv. 41                           |
|                     Slakoth Lv. 43                                        |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Here, head northward to get into Saffron City.

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                                 Saffron City
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Here, heal up at the Pokémon Center if needed. When ready, exit to the east,
onto Route 8.

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                                   Route 8
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Pidgeotto     |   HG    |   65%   |  65%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Pidgeotto     |   SS    |   35%   |  35%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Growlithe     |   HG    |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Grass             |
|  Abra          |  Both   |   20%   |  20%  |   20%   |  Grass             |
|  Kadabra       |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Grass             |
|  Vulpix        |   SS    |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Grass             |
|  Noctowl       |   HG    |    0%   |   0%  |   40%   |  Grass             |
|  Noctowl       |   SS    |    0%   |   0%  |   10%   |  Grass             |
|  Haunter       |  Both   |    0%   |   0%  |   30%   |  Grass             |
|  Meowth        |   SS    |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Grass             |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Four Koffing: Lv. 38, Lv. 39, Lv. 40, Lv. 41          |
|                     Flareon Lv. 45                                        |
|                     Koffing Lv. 43 (x2)                                   |
|                     Grimer Lv. 44, Muk Lv. 44                             |
|                     Lotad Lv. 43, Seedot Lv. 43                           |
|                     Magnemite Lv. 40 (x3)                                 |
|                     Growlithe Lv. 45                                      |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

When you arrive, go a bit south and beat each of those three Bikers, then
collect the TM41 (Torment) that is nearby. Begin heading east and battle the
Super Nerd. Continue around and battle the couple near the top, and the Super
Nerf to the right. Finally, at the bottom of the route, there's a Gentleman
at the bottom.

As for the grass here, you can get to it via Cut. Whenever you're ready, head
east into Lavender Town.

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                                Lavender Town
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As usual, head over to the Pokémon Center and restore your party to full
health. Go into the Radio Tower in the town when ready. Speak with the guy in
the suit at the top to obtain a Kanto expansion to your Pokégear's Radio Card,
which lets you tune on the Kanto radio stations, including the Poké Flute at
the top of the map-thing.

That's all for here. Leave Lavender Town to the south, onto Route 12.

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                                   Route 12
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Tentacruel    |  Both   |   70%   |  70%  |   70%   |  Surfing           |
|  Slowbro       |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Tentacool     |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Tentacool     |  Both   |   40%   |  40%  |   40%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Tentacool     |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Qwilfish      |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    3%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Goldeen Lv. 39 (x2), Qwilfish Lv. 35                  |
|                     Xatu Lv. 44, Noctowl Lv. 39                           |
|                     Remoraid Lv. 36, Octillery Lv. 42                     |
|                     Magmar Lv. 44, Sunflora Lv. 43                        |
|                     Quagsire Lv. 43, Qwilfish Lv. 38, Tentacruel Lv. 38   |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Once you arrive, go west to battle a Fisherman, then follow the path. Talk to
the first guy you find if you want a picture, then continue onwards and defeat
the Bird Keeper you'll eventually. Also battle the fisherman on the right, too,
and the couple further south.

Further south is a Fisherman. After this, go further south and enter the house
and speak with the Fisherman inside to obtain the Super Rod.

That'll be it for Route 12, for now. Go back to the couple and go west. When on
the bridge, Surf and land on the tiny space between the trees and the fence and
check one of the last tiles on the path for an Elixir. Surf back around and go
into the gatehouse to Route 11.

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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Drowzee       |  Both   |   40%   |  40%  |   40%   |  Grass             |
|  Hypno         |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Grass             |
|  Rattata       |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Grass             |
|  Magnemite     |  Both   |   20%   |  20%  |   20%   |  Grass             |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Exeggcute Lv. 39 (x2), Exeggutor Lv. 39               |
|                     Sandslash Lv. 42, Crobat Lv. 42                       |
|                     Growlithe Lv. 44                                      |
|                     Xatu Lv. 43                                           |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

When you enter, go forward some and turn north. There, you'll soon find TM86,
Grass Knot. It is a move of the Grass type that'll do more damage the heavier
the target. Therefore, it'll work best on Groudon (the heaviest Pokémon in the
game at around 2,000 lbs).

Return to the point of entrance head west. Battle and defeat the Psychic and
grab the nearby Apricorn. Go north, through or around the grass, and battle the
Youngster nearby, then go around him and check the gap in the fence to get a
Revive. Go south now for a second Youngster, and west for another Psychic.

After this, go through the grass and head south, going through the fence gap.
Follow it through and you'll find this path leads to another side of Vermillion
City. Pick up the Sticky Barb nearby and Surf onto the water. Go southwest and
land on the sandy shore nearby, then use the Dowsing MCHN to find a Big Pearl.
Return to Route 11.

Attempt to leave through the west exit of the route to Vermillion to find the
Snorlax. We can now get it to budge, but only if you got the Radio Card's Kanto
expansion. Flip open the Pokégear and access the radio. Manually drag the
cursor to the top of the tuning map to hear the Poké Flute play. Close the
Pokégear and "speak" with the Snorlax to awaken it and cause it to attack.
 ___________________________________
|  Special Encounter: #143 Snorlax  \
|____________________________________\_______________________________________
|  Level: 50                                                                 |
|  Type : Normal                                                             |
|  Moves: - Block                                                            |
|         - Rollout                                                          |
|         - Crunch                                                           |
|         - Giga Impact                                                      |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Snorlax is a Normal type and therefore weak to Fighting and immune to     |
|  Ghost. This specific one is holding Leftovers, which will heal 1/16 of    |
|  its HP at the end of each turn.                                           |
|                                                                            |
|  It can use Rollout (a several turn Ground move), Crunch (a decent Dark    |
|  move), and Giga Impact (SUPER STRONG due to STAB; rest on second turn).   |
|                                                                            |
|  The best way to catch it is use a lot of False Swipe, then paralyze it or |
|  put it to sleep. After this, you can use Heavy Balls or Dusk Balls (at    |
|  night) for better catch rates than the Ultra Ball. You may fail at the    |
|  catch a few times; if so, be sure to False Swipe it every four turns or   |
|  so.                                                                       |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

Now that Snorlax is out of the way (and hopefully in your Pokédex), we can
now to into Diglett's Cave.

... But not just yet. We WILL have to go there eventually, but, for now, Fly
back to Saffron and exit to the west.

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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Rattata       |   HG    |   40%   |  35%  |   30%   |  Grass             |
|  Rattata       |   SS    |    5%   |   0%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Spearow       |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Growlithe     |   HG    |   20%   |  25%  |   20%   |  Grass             |
|  Vulpix        |   SS    |   20%   |  25%  |   20%   |  Grass             |
|  Raticate      |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Grass             |
|  Murkrow       |   HG    |    0%   |   0%  |   35%   |  Grass             |
|  Murkrow       |   SS    |    0%   |   0%  |   30%   |  Grass             |
|  Houndour      |  Both   |    0%   |   0%  |    5%   |  Grass             |
|  Meowth        |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Grass             |
|  Persian       |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Grass             |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: No Trainers are found in this location.               |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Aside from the Mental Herb at the top part of the Route, there is little else
here. You can also catch a Houndour, which would the first time you've seen a
wild one outside of the Safari Zone.

Continue west into Celadon City when you're done.

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                                 Celadon City
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Grimer        |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Surfing           |
|  Muk           |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Surfing           |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: No Trainers are found in this location.               |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Celadon City is the biggest city of the Kanto region, much like Goldenrod.
However, the GTS and Radio Tower aren't here. It has a Game Corner, a Dept.
Store, and a Gym, though. Go into the Pokémon Center and heal, then we can go
exploring a little.

To start, go behind the Pokémon Center and all of the way west to find TM67,
Recycle. Return to the front bit of Celadon and go to the bottommost row of
buildings. The one on the left is the Celadon Diner where you'll find Maylene,
the kid Fighting-type Gym Leader from the Sinnoh region (the D/P/Pt games).
She can eat, huh!? You can talk to her, but that's it. No battles...

Leave and go to the far east and south into a thin row of trees. At the end,
hidden, is a PP Up. Go up to the second row of buildings, one of which is the
Game Corner and another is the prize house.

Now, head to the northwest corner of Celadon to find the Dept. Store. The first
floor is the same as usual. On the second floor, though it has the same items
as Goldenrod, you'll find Crasher Wake, the Water-type Gym Leader from Sinnoh!
Speak with him and you'll get three masks for the Fashion Case (the masks are
of the Sinnoh starters: Turtwig, Chimchar, and Piplup). He'll leave now and
go to Route 47 in Johto. Like with Maylene, he'll only talk. >_<

The third floor of the Dept. Store has an entirely different TM selection.
Frustration and Return are good for Pokémon that hate/like you, respectively,
with the power going up the more intense that feeling is. Dig, Brine, Dark
Pulse, and Avalanche are also some TMs to consider. (I guess Crasher Wake was
here for some Brine TMs?)

The fourth floor has some mail; the fifth has the X items and EV vitamins; 6F
has the vending machines.

That's pretty much it. Get a Pokémon with Cut and head to the southern portion
of the city and Cut down the tree near the Gym. Follow the path around to it.
(That old man has been peeking in for three years? I thought I had no life. :P)
Go on in.

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                                 Celadon Gym
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  No wild Pokémon are found here.                                          |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Victreebel Lv. 47, Vileplume Lv. 47                   |
|                     Skiploom Lv. 44, Hoppip Lv. 45, Jumpluff Lv. 46       |
|                     Exeggutor Lv. 49                                      |
|                     Paras Lv. 44, Parasect Lv. 47, Carnivine Lv. 44       |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Celadon's Gym trains the Grass type and has a puzzle designed for such: a
flowery archway maze.

Go forward and Cut down the tree directly above you, then go left. Notice how
the flowers aren't covering the left side of the arch? That means you can go
on through.

Now, head up to slam into a double battle. Go one arch back and exit through
the right. Go up, right, down, and through this arch. Go up an arch and exit
on the right to battle another trainer. Then go left to re-enter the arch, go
up to find a Picnicker. Defeat her Exeggutor and go up, left, down some, then
left to battle the Beauty. Defeat her (and steal her handbag :D), then go down
an arch, left, down, left into another arch, up one more, left and out, and go
up. Cut the tree down, follow the path, slash down another tree, and go up
through the exposed pathway to find Erika. Speak with her to battle.
 __________________________
|  BOSS: Gym Leader Erika  \
|___________________________\________________________________________________
|  Pokémon: Jumpluff (Grass/Flying) Lv. 51                                   |
|           Tangela (Grass) Lv. 52                                           |
|           Victreebel (Grass/Poison) Lv. 56                                 |
|           Bellossom (Grass) Lv. 56                                         |
|                                                                            |
|  Money Earned: $6,720                                                      |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Jumpluff is weak to Ice (4x), Fire, Poison, Flying, and Rock. It is       |
|  immune to Ground. It'll usually use Giga Drain and Leech Seed to suck     |
|  your HP, but it can use Sunny Day to make it sunny (her Pokémon speed up, |
|  Fire strengthens, Water weakens, Solarbeam has no charge-up) and U-turn,  |
|  a Bug-type move.                                                          |
|                                                                            |
|  Tangela is weak to Poison, Ice, Fire, Flying, and Bug. It can use Giga    |
|  Drain (Grass; take some HP), Wring Out (more power with healthier target),|
|  Ancientpower (Rock; may increase all stats), and Sleep Powder. Thusly, I  |
|  would prefer to stick to Poison here - Rock can knock out the rest.       |
|                                                                            |
|  Victreebel can use Grass Knot (Grass; heavy target = more damage), Leaf   |
|  Storm (Grass; reduces user's Special Attack), Razor Leaf (Grass; high     |
|  critical-hit rate), and Sunny Day. It is weak to Ice, Fire, Flying, and   |
|  Psychic. Fire and Flying would survive longest here, especially Ho-oh.    |
|                                                                            |
|  Bellossom is weak to Ice, Flying, Poison, Bug, and Fire. It can use       |
|  Solarbeam (Grass; one-turn wait (non-sunny)), Giga Drain, Sunny Day, and  |
|  Synthesis (heal HP). It'll really be a good idea to finish it fast: even  |
|  if you resist Grass, a Sunny Solarbeam (ie. no one-turn wait) can deal a  |
|  good deal of damage.                                                      |
|                                                                            |
|  Recommendations: Your legendary, especially Ho-oh, can almost solo this   |
|  at Lv. 55+. As back-up, bring Growlithe/Vulpix/Arcanine/Ninetales at      |
|  Lv. 54+, your starter at Lv. 55+, and Haunter/Gengar at Lv. 54+.          |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

After you defeat Erika, you'll receive the Rainbow Badge and TM19 (Giga Drain).
Once you're done, leave.


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++     Section XIV- Through Fuchsia Gym                         **HS414**  ++
++                                                                         ++
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                                 Celadon Gym
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After you beat Erika and receive the Rainbow Badge, leave the Gym.

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                                 Celadon City
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Grimer        |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Surfing           |
|  Muk           |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Surfing           |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: No Trainers are found in this location.               |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Head to the Pokémon Center and heal your Pokémon. Finish up whatever business
you have here, then exit to the west onto Route 16.

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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Grimer        |  Both   |   50%   |  50%  |   80%   |  Grass             |
|  Muk           |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Grass             |
|  Fearow        |  Both   |   40%   |  40%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Murkrow       |  Both   |    0%   |   0%  |   10%   |  Grass             |
|  Slugma        |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Grass             |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: No Trainers are found in this location.               |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Nothing much here. I guess you can catch Slugma and Murkrow, though.

Follow the route around and get on the Bicycle outside the gatehouse. Why?
The route past this gatehouse, Route 17, is the Cycling Road.

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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Grimer        |  Both   |   50%   |  50%  |   80%   |  Grass             |
|  Muk           |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |   15%   |  Grass             |
|  Fearow        |  Both   |   40%   |  40%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Slugma        |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Grass             |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Gulpin Lv. 47                                         |
|                     Weezing Lv. 45                                        |
|                     Tentacruel Lv. 45                                     |
|                     Croagunk Lv. 45                                       |
|                     Gulpin Lv. 39, Weezing Lv. 37 (x2)                    |
|                     Koffing Lv. 39, Weezing Lv. 43, Magmar Lv. 41         |
|                     Seviper Lv. 46                                        |
|                     Skorupi Lv. 47                                        |
|                     Magmar Lv. 43 (x2)                                    |
|                     Magmar Lv. 43, Tentacruel Lv. 43                      |
|                     Teddiursa Lv. 45, Marill Lv. 44                       |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Once you go through the gatehouse, go a bit south to find the road. It is two
lanes, with neither vacant of trainers. For the most part, you'll encounter
Poison and Fire type Pokémon. Three of the bikers will offer their numbers -
I forgot which. I do know one will give out Dawn Stones; the other, Dusk
Stones.

The route itself is fairly straightforward. Just head south and you'll soon
run into Route 18.

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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Grimer        |  Both   |   50%   |  50%  |   80%   |  Grass             |
|  Muk           |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |   15%   |  Grass             |
|  Fearow        |  Both   |   40%   |  40%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Slugma        |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Grass             |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Koffing Lv. 41, Weezing Lv. 42, Charmeleon Lv. 41     |
|                     Noctowl Lv. 48                                        |
|                     Doduo Lv. 39, Dodrio Lv. 41, Doduo Lv. 37             |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Once you leave the Cycling Road, beat the Biker and head east through the
gatehouse. Beat the Bird Keepers to the south, then head east into Fuchsia
City.

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                                 Fuschia City
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Surfing           |
|  Gyarados      |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |  100%   | 100%  |  100%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   97%   |  97%  |   97%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Gyarados      |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    3%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Gyarados      |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: No Trainers can be found here.                        |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Once you arrive, head south and heal up in the Pokémon Center.

Now, if you head north of the town, you'll find the Pal Park building. It is
completely like the Pal Park of D/P/Pt: using a DS/DS Lite, you can migrate
Pokémon from the GBA mainstream games (Ruby, Sapphire, Emerald, FireRed, and
LeafGreen). It won't work with the side games, like Pokémon Mystery Dungeon.
I have a whole separate other FAQ on this subject.

Beside the Pal Park is a juggler. If you speak with him, you can trade him
one shard to get three berries.

Erm... That's pretty much it. Enter the Gym, which is near the Pokémon Center.

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                                 Fuschia Gym
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  No wild Pokémon can be found here.                                       |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Nidoqueen Lv. 48                                      |
|                     Nidoking Lv. 48                                       |
|                     Gloom Lv. 41, Arbok Lv. 45, Vileplume Lv. 41          |
|                     Bulbasaur Lv. 41, Ivysaur Lv. 43, Venusaur Lv. 45     |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

As usual, in this Gym, you'll be working around the invisible walls. However,
unlike R/B/Y/G, you actually can't see the walls until you hit them. Just
simply walk and work your way around it. The real Janine is found in the
center. Speak with her to start the battle!
 ___________________________
|  BOSS: Gym Leader Janine  \
|____________________________\_______________________________________________
|  Pokémon: Crobat (Poison/Flying) Lv. 47                                    |
|           Weezing (Poison) Lv. 47                                          |
|           Ariados (Poison/Bug) Lv. 47                                      |
|           Ariados (Poison/Bug) Lv. 47                                      |
|           Venomoth (Poison/Bug) Lv. 50                                     |
|                                                                            |
|  Money Earned: $6,000                                                      |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Crobat is weak to Psychic, Rock, Ice, and Electric. It is immune to       |
|  Ground. It can use Wing Attack (Flying) for damage. It also has Confuse   |
|  Ray and Supersonic for confusion and Screech to lower Defense.            |
|                                                                            |
|  Weezing is weak to Psychic and immune to Ground. It can use Sludge Bomb   |
|  (Poison), Double Hit (two-hit Normal move), Explosion, and Toxic.         |
|                                                                            |
|  Both of the Ariados are weak to Flying, Fire, Rock, and Psychic.          |
|  One of them can use Pin Missle, Poison Jab, Psychic, and Scary Face. In   |
|  general, it sucks. Bad.                                                   |
|                                                                            |
|  The other Ariados has Night Shade (Dark), Swagger, Poison Jab, and Pin    |
|  Missile. It also sucks. Bad. I guess just hitting them will do it. BTW,   |
|  they cannot be put to sleep because of the Insomnia ability.              |
|                                                                            |
|  Venomoth is weak to Fire, Rock, Flying, and Psychic. It can use an STAB'd |
|  Sludge Bomb (Poison) and Signal Beam (Bug). It also has Double Team and   |
|  Psychic.                                                                  |
|                                                                            |
|  Recommendations: Kadabra/Alakazam at Lv. 55+ can solo it easily. However, |
|  bring your legendary at Lv. 56+, your starter at Lv. 56+, and perhaps     |
|  Growlithe/Arcanine/Vulpix/Ninetales at Lv. 55+ all for back-up.           |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

By defeating Janine, you'll be given the Soul Badge and TM84, Poison Jab. Exit
the Gym when you're done.


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                                 Fuschia Gym
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Once you've defeated Janine and get the Soul Badge, exit the Gym.

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                                 Fuschia City
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Surfing           |
|  Gyarados      |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |  100%   | 100%  |  100%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   97%   |  97%  |   97%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Gyarados      |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    3%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Gyarados      |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: No Trainers can be found here.                        |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Outside, go to the Pokémon Center and heal yourself. Then leave to the east.

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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Nidorina      |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Grass             |
|  Nidorino      |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Grass             |
|  Pidgeotto     |  Both   |   20%   |  20%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Noctowl       |  Both   |    0%   |   0%  |   20%   |  Grass             |
|  Hoppip        |  Both   |   19%   |  19%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Quagsire      |  Both   |    0%   |   0%  |   19%   |  Grass             |
|  Chansey       |  Both   |    1%   |   1%  |    1%   |  Grass             |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Voltorb Lv. 36 and Lv. 40, Magneton Lv. 36 and Lv. 40 |
|                     Xatu Lv. 41, Alakazam Lv. 43                          |
|                     Sunkern Lv. 41, Aipom Lv. 31                          |
\                     Spinda Lv. 43, Volbeat Lv. 41                         |
|                     Bellsprout Lv. 39, Weepinbell Lv. 40, Victreebel Lv.40|
|                     Parasect Lv. 39, Poliwhirl Lv. 37, Ditto Lv. 35       |
|                     Clefairy Lv. 45                                       |
|                     Quagsire Lv. 41 (x2)                                  |
|                     Spinda Lv. 43, Illumise Lv. 41                        |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Remember the route we tried to finish, but detoured off of to get Snorlax? We
shall finish the route and a few south. If you would prefer to not do this
part, skip and Fly over to Vermillion and enter Diglett's Cave - the section
will come up after the Route 12 section.

Anyhow, go east and battle the defeat the School Kids, then jump over the ledge
to battle the Teacher. Jump off the ledge to the east again and grab the Rose
Incense, then jump over ANOTHER ledge and battle the Pokéfan.

Go further east to battle another trainer, this one training all of the
Bellsprout evolutionary chain. Jump off the ledge to the right and Cut the tree
to the north. Go all of the way left, jumping ledges and battling a few
trainers as you go, to find a PP Up. Jump down the ledge and return to the far
right. Go right now, rather than up to the Cut tree's old location, to get on
Route 14.

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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Nidorina      |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Grass             |
|  Nidorino      |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Grass             |
|  Pidgeotto     |  Both   |   20%   |  20%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Noctowl       |  Both   |    0%   |   0%  |   20%   |  Grass             |
|  Hoppip        |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Skiploom      |  Both   |    9%   |   9%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Quagsire      |  Both   |    0%   |   0%  |   19%   |  Grass             |
|  Chansey       |  Both   |    1%   |   1%  |    1%   |  Grass             |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Fearow Lv. 38, Fearow Lv. 44                          |
|                     Zigzagoon Lv. 42                                      |
|                     Sandslash Lv. 41, Golbat Lv. 39                       |
|                     Zigzagoon Lv. 41, Roselia Lv. 43                      |
|                     Budew Lv. 42                                          |
|                     Bulbasaur Lv. 38, Charmander Lv. 38, Squirtle Lv. 38  |
|                     Psyduck Lv. 42                                        |
|                     Fearow Lv. 37                                         |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Once you enter, go east and battle the Bird Keeper. Then go up on the left
lower path to find a bunch of trainers. Battle and defeat them. At the top of
this path is the grass of this route. Cut the tree and go in if you want to
search for Pokémon, including the elusive Chansey (1/100 chance). The girl
nearby WOULD trade for a Chansey (if you gave Aerodactyl); now, she'll give you
the Lucky Punch item if you show her a Chansey.

Go back to the bottom without using the Cut tree, and go east to battle some
more trainers, one of which will have the three unevolved Kanto starters:
Bulbasaur (Grass), Charmander (Fire), and Squirtle (Water).

Go north some more and you'll find Suicune. Eusine, as per usual, will come on
cue ... almost. Suicune flees, as per usual, before he can get here. And now,
you are able to catch Suicune, though I won't cover that.

Eusine himself won't move from here until you find Suicune. Each to his own.
Continue up the route for the last two trainers, one of which will be off to
the side. They'll ask for your number. One of them - not sure which - will
possibly give you Shiny Stones.

Anyhow, further north and you'll be on Route 13.

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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Nidorina      |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Grass             |
|  Nidorino      |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Grass             |
|  Pidgeotto     |  Both   |   20%   |  20%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Noctowl       |  Both   |    0%   |   0%  |   20%   |  Grass             |
|  Hoppip        |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Skiploom      |  Both   |    9%   |   9%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Quagsire      |  Both   |    0%   |   0%  |   19%   |  Grass             |
|  Chansey       |  Both   |    1%   |   1%  |    1%   |  Grass             |
|  Tentacool     |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Surfing           |
|  Quagsire      |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Surfing           |
|  Tentacruel    |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Tentacool     |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Tentacool     |  Both   |   40%   |  40%  |   40%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Tentacool     |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Qwilfish      |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    3%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Sandslash Lv. 27, Graveler Lv. 29, Golem Lv. 33       |
|                     Sudowoodo Lv. 38                                      |
|                     Whismur Lv. 41                                        |
|                     Buizel Lv. 40                                         |
|                     Nidoking Lv. 29, Magikarp Lv. 65, Slowking Lv. 29     |
|                     Kadabra Lv. 41, Psyduck Lv. 46                        |
|                     Pikachu Lv. 32 (x6)                                   |
|                     Farfetch'd Lv. 42                                     |
|                     Spoink Lv. 40                                         |
|                     Taillow Lv. 41, Fearow Lv. 41                         |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Once you enter, go to your left and battle and defeat the Hiker. Then go east
ro battle a camper, then north and west and north when possible to battle and
defeat a Picnicker. West of there should be another Camper.

Just go around and follow the path now to find a Pokéfan you'll have to go
slightly south to battle. That Magikarp Lv. 65 isn't a typo. O_o

Keep following the upper path after that. At the end, go south and east to a
double battle. The grass of Route 15 is above here; just Cut down the Cut tree.
Otherwise, go west as much as possible, then south and east for a Pokéfan. He
has six Pikachu (again, I wasn't making a typo). *cough* Use Golem. *cough*

From the six-Pikachu trainer, go west until you can't anymore, then go south,
east, south, and west.Go into the gap near the fence and you can use the
Dowsing MCHN to find a Calcium.

From that location, go up a step or two, then due east to leave that fence
maze onto the bridge. Defeat the Bird Peeker and follow the path some more to
battle a Picnicker, then a Bird Keeper just a bit more north.

Further north is Route 12.

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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Tentacruel    |  Both   |   70%   |  70%  |   70%   |  Surfing           |
|  Slowbro       |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Tentacool     |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Tentacool     |  Both   |   40%   |  40%  |   40%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Tentacool     |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Qwilfish      |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    3%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Goldeen Lv. 39 (x2), Qwilfish Lv. 35                  |
|                     Xatu Lv. 44, Noctowl Lv. 39                           |
|                     Remoraid Lv. 36, Octillery Lv. 42                     |
|                     Magmar Lv. 44, Sunflora Lv. 43                        |
|                     Quagsire Lv. 43, Qwilfish Lv. 38, Tentacruel Lv. 38   |
|                     Magikarp Lv. 18 (x3)                                  |
|                     Gyarados Lv. 40, Gyarados Lv. 37 (x2)                 |
|                     Fearow Lv. 42, Spearow Lv. 39                         |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Once you enter (from Route 13), go ahead and battle the Fisherman and his
three (severely under-leveled) Magikarp. Turn left, Cut the tree, and grab
another Calcium. Leave and go north, then speak to the Fisherman facing east
to battle him. Further north is another trainer and the house where you got
the Super Rod. That's pretty much it. Fly to Vermillion City now.

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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Diglett       |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Rock Smash        |
|  Shuckle       |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Rock Smash        |
|  Tentacool     |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Surfing           |
|  Tentacruel    |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Tentacool     |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Tentacool     |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Chinchou      |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Shellder      |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    3%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Chinchou      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Shellder      |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Tentacruel    |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Lanturn       |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    3%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: There are no Trainers available for battle here.      |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Heal up at the Pokémon Center and go east. There, you'll find the place where
Snorlax once was, but, since we removed it, we can now go into the cave:
Diglett's Cave.

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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Diglett       |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Walk around       |
|  Dugtrio       |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Walk around       |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: There are no Trainers available for battle here.      |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Go down the ladder when you get in the cave.

Here, simply follow the path. The path is somewhat long, so you might want to
use the Bicycle. Also, when you get to a corner in the top-right with about
five rocks nearby, use the Dowsing MCHN and you'll be able to find a Max
Revive.

Continue following the path. Grab some Diglett (and the odd Dugtrio) if you
feel like it as you go. Go up the ladder you'll find, then up the steps and
out into the sunlight.

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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Caterpie      |   HG    |   31%   |  31%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Pidgey        |   HG    |   30%   |  40%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Pidgey        |   SS    |   20%   |  40%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Metapod       |   HG    |   20%   |  20%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Weedle        |   SS    |   11%   |  31%  |   11%   |  Grass             |
|  Kakuna        |   SS    |   20%   |  20%  |   11%   |  Grass             |
|  Pidgeotto     |   HG    |    5%   |   9%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Pidgeotto     |   SS    |    0%   |   5%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Butterfree    |   HG    |   10%   |   0%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Beedrill      |   SS    |   10%   |   0%  |    4%   |  Grass             |
|  Hoothoot      |   HG    |    0%   |   0%  |   50%   |  Grass             |
|  Hoothoot      |   SS    |    0%   |   0%  |   60%   |  Grass             |
|  Noctowl       |  Both   |    0%   |   0%  |   14%   |  Grass             |
|  Spinarak      |   HG    |    4%   |   0%  |   31%   |  Grass             |
|  Ariados       |   HG    |    0%   |   0%  |    5%   |  Grass             |
|  Ledyba        |   SS    |   30%   |   9%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Ledian        |   SS    |    9%   |   0%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Burmy Lv. 43, Butterfree Lv. 43, Beedrill Lv. 43      |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Once you exit Diglett's Cave, go south some and grab the Apricorn. Enter the
house nearby and speak with the guy inside to grab a Nugget. Leave the house
and go south into the gatehouse. Speaking with the scientist earns you a
Sacred Ash!! The only others I've found were from Ho-oh! This item can fully
heal the HP of ALL OF THE POKEMON KO'ED in your party, and fully restore their
PP!

Anyhow, leave the gatehouse and grab the Elixir between the two ledges, then
head back north to the entrance to Diglett's Cave. Go northeast and grab the
Carbos. Go back down and left through the trees, Cutting the tree at the end.
Defeat the Bug Catcher found in the grass, then head northward into Pewter
City.

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Once you arrive, heal yourself at the Pokémon Center. Go east and up to the
higher ground. Use the Dowsing MCHN here to find a Guard Spec.

Go down from there and up the steps next to the mart just above and speak with
the guy here. If you're playing HeartGold, you'll get a Silver Wing; for
SoulSilver, you'll get the Rainbow Wing. You know what that means? This means
you can the opposite legendary Pokémon of your version, each at about Lv. 70!
They would both make a great addition to your team in either game, so go on
and do it. ...Although I didn't cover it in the walkthrough.

If go to the northwest of the city, you'll find the Pewter Museum. Go there.
Outside, you MAY get your picture taken. Inside, speak with the guy on the far
right to get a fossil revived (just leave, re-enter, and speak). A Dome Fossil
revive Kabuto; Helix Fossils revive Omanyte; Old Amber revives Aerodactyl. The
fossils' Pokémon are revived at Lv. 20, like in D/P/Pt, so you'll have to get
the EXP. Share on them to make them true members of your party. Also, you'll
need a free slot in your party to receive the Pokémon.

Anywho, head into the Pewter Gym now.

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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  No wild Pokémon can be found here.                                       |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Rhydon Lv. 50                                         |
|                     Golem Lv. 50                                          |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Exceeding simple gym. Obliterate the two trainers and go up to find Brock.
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|  BOSS: Gym Leader Brock  \
|___________________________\________________________________________________
|  Pokémon: Graveler (Rock/Ground) Lv. 51                                    |
|           Rhyhorn (Rock/Ground) Lv. 51                                     |
|           Omastar (Rock/Water) Lv. 53                                      |
|           Kabutops (Rock/Water) Lv. 52                                     |
|           Onix (Rock/Ground) Lv. 54                                        |
|                                                                            |
|  Money Earned: $6,240                                                      |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Brock is the Rock-type Gym Leader of Kanto, and would be the first Gym    |
|  Leader you encountered in R/B/Y/G/FR/LG.                                  |
|                                                                            |
|  Graveler is weak to Grass (4x), Water (4x), Fighting, Steel, and Ice (?). |
|  It can use Rock Slide, Rollout, and Earthquake offensively, which will    |
|  really hurt your Steel/Ice types a bunch (STAB and whatnot). It's         |
|  preferable to use Grass/Water. OH AND IT'S IMMUNE TO ELECTRIC!            |
|                                                                            |
|  Rhyhorn is weak to Grass (4x), Water (4x), Ice (?), Fighting, and Steel.  |
|  It is immune to Electric. It can use Earthquake, Scary Face (slows you    |
|  down), Sandstorm, and Horn Drill (30%-accurate OHKO). It isn't much of a  |
|  threat at all if you take normal or less damage from Ground moves.        |
|                                                                            |
|  Omastar is weak to Grass (4x), Fighting, Electric, and Ground. It can use |
|  Spike Cannon (WEAK multi-hit move), Brine (Water; more powerful if you    |
|  have <50% HP), and Ancientpower (Rock; may raise all stats). Protect is   |
|  another move it has. For the most part, any Pokémon with decent Sp. Def   |
|  and regular Attack will work.                                             |
|                                                                            |
|  Kabuto is weak to Grass (4x), Fighting, Electric, and Ground. It can use  |
|  Rock Slide and Aqua Jet, which are 50% more powerful (STAB bonus). It can |
|  also use the HP-absorbing move Giga Drain (Grass). It also has Endure,    |
|  which stops it from being KO'ed that turn. Generally, it is not a good    |
|  idea to use Ground. Grass is preferable.                                  |
|                                                                            |
|  Onix is weak to Grass (4x), Water (4x), Steel, Fighting, and Ice (?), and |
|  has an Electric immunity. It can use Rock Slide, Iron Tail (Steel),       |
|  Sandstorm, and Screech. It'll help to not use Ice - the opponent's moves. |
|                                                                            |
|  Recommendations: Most Lv. 50+ Grass-type Pokémon can solo this. Bring     |
|  along your starter at Lv. 57+, your legendary at Lv. 57+, Gyarados (if    |
|  you're raising one) at Lv. 55+, and Kadabra/Alakazam at Lv. 56+.          |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

After the battle, you'll get the Boulderbadge and the Rock Slide TM. Now leave.


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                                  Pewter Gym
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After you defeat Brock and receive the Boulderbadge, leave the Pewter Gym.

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                                 Pewter City
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Once you leave the Gym, go west and south and check the nearby rock for a PP
Up. Then go to the museum and pass the door on the left side, follow the path,
break the rock, and follow the path. Pick up the Wise Glasses.

Heal up in the Pokémon Center.

What I'm going to do now is have you traverse a few more Kanto routes you
technically don't have to go through. If you don't want to, skip down a bit to
the Pewter City section. If you DO want to, exit Pewter to the east.

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                                   Route 3
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Spearow       |   HG    |   55%   |  55%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Spearow       |   SS    |   35%   |  35%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Rattata       |   HG    |   35%   |  35%  |   60%   |  Grass             |
|  Rattata       |   SS    |   30%   |  30%  |   35%   |  Grass             |
|  Zubat         |  Both   |    0%   |   0%  |   30%   |  Grass             |
|  Jigglypuff    |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Grass             |
|  Ekans         |   SS    |   20%   |  20%  |   20%   |  Grass             |
|  Arbok         |   SS    |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Grass             |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Golbat Lv. 40, Electrode Lv. 40                       |
|                     Electabuzz Lv. 47, Dugtrio Lv. 47                     |
|                     Raticate Lv. 42, Arbok Lv. 42, Parasect Lv. 42        |
|                     Fearow Lv. 38, Raticate Lv. 42                        |
|                     Magmar Lv. 43, Camerupt Lv. 47, Weezing Lv. 40        |
|                     Graveler Lv. 39, Rhydon Lv. 44, Clefairy Lv. 45       |
|                     Poliwrath Lv. 47                                      |
|                     Primeape Lv. 43, Graveler Lv. 39, Machoke Lv. 44      |
|                     Magneton Lv. 44, Steeliz Lv. 44                       |
|                     Weezing Lv. 42, Magcargo Lv. 45                       |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Once you enter, battle the Youngster if you haven't been caught by him
already, then go south to double-battle the Ace Trainers. You'll probably
notice the set of meteors below here. Deoxys (Pokémon #386 - an event Pokémon
unreleased otherwise from Gen. III) can transform to any of its four Formes
(Normal, Attack, Defense, and Speed) by examining the meteors. You'll also
find a Star Piece nearby if you use the Dowsing MCHN.

Next, go to the top portion of the route and go east to find two Youngsters.
Battle and defeat them, and continue going and defeat the Firebreather in the
grass. Go down into the grass and you'll find some steps on the southwest wall.
Ascend them and pick up the Big Root.

Return to the Firebreather's location, then go east, up the steps, and battle
the Hiker. Go further east for another battle, and even further for ANOTHER.
Go to the bottom and battle the Hiker, then up the steps for another
Firebreather. Go to the northwestern portion of the area and break the rock.
Checking the newly-exposed rock yields a Hyper Potion.

Go into the nearby Pokémon Center and restore your party's heal. Enter the
cave, Mt. Moon.

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                                   Mt. Moon
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Zubat         |   HG    |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Walk around       |
|  Zubat         |   SS    |   50%   |  50%  |   50%   |  Walk around       |
|  Geodude       |   HG    |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Walk around       |
|  Geodude       |   SS    |   35%   |  35%  |   35%   |  Walk around       |
|  Paras         |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Walk around       |
|  Clefairy      |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Walk around       |
|  Sandshrew     |   HG    |   20%   |  20%  |   20%   |  Walk around       |
|  Sandslash     |   HG    |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Walk around       |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: No Trainers are found here.                           |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Once you enter Mt. Moon, your rival will engage you in battle. (Once that is
just like the Victory Road one, excepting a few evolutionary/level changes.)
 _____________________________________
|  BOSS: PKMN Trainer [rival's name]  \
|______________________________________\_____________________________________
|  Pokémon:  Sneasel (Dark/Ice) Lv. 46                                       |
|            Golbat (Poison/Flying) Lv. 47                                   |
|            Gengar (Ghost/Poison) Lv. 48                                    |
|            Magneton (Electric/Steel) Lv. 46                                |
|            Alakazam (Psychic) Lv. 48                                       |
|            Feraligatr [if you chose Cyndaquil] (Water) Lv. 50 <--,         |
|            Meganium [if you chose Totodile] (Grass) Lv. 50    <--+ Only 1. |
|            Typhlosion [if you chose Chikorita] (Fire) Lv. 50  <--'         |
|                                                                            |
|  Money Earned: $3,200                                                      |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Sneasel is weak to Fighting (4x), Bug, Fire, Rock, and Steel. It is also  |
|  immune to Psychic.                                                        |
|                                                                            |
|  Golbat, as usual, is weak to Psychic, Electric, Ice, and Rock. It has an  |
|  immunity to Ground. It will probably use Supersonic, so finish it fast.   |
|                                                                            |
|  Magneton is weak against Ground (4x), Fire, and Fighting. It will mainly  |
|  use Spark, an Electric move. I believe it also can use Thunder Wave. I    |
|  don't know for sure, though.                                              |
|                                                                            |
|  Gengar is weak to Dark, Ghost, and Psychic moves, with an immunity to     |
|  Ground, Normal, and Fighting. It's main move is Shadow Ball, so avoid     |
|  using Psychic and Ghost types.                                            |
|                                                                            |
|  Alakazam is weak to Dark, Ghost, and Bug. It has powerful Psychic moves,  |
|  so avoid using Fighting or Psychic Pokémon.                               |
|                                                                            |
|  Feraligatr is weak to Electric and Grass.                                 |
|                                                                            |
|  Meganium is weak to Ice, Fire, Bug, Poison, and Flying.                   |
|                                                                            |
|  Typhlosion is weak to Ground, Rock, and Water.                            |
|                                                                            |
|  Recommendations: Graveler/Golem at Lv. 54+; Vulpix, Growlithe, Ninetales, |
|  or Arcanine at Lv. 55+; Haunter/Gengar at Lv. 55+. Those cover most of    |
|  the weaknesses, but bring your starter at Lv. 57+ and your legendary at   |
|  Lv. 57+ for back-up.                                                      |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

Once you have defeated your rival, it seems what Lance said about being kind
to your Pokémon is beginning to finally dawn on him. (His Golbat is still a
Golbat, so it fits.) He'll leave, and can be now found in the Dragon's Den
behind the Blackthorn City Gym in Johto.

Anyways, go straight across to the rocks to the southeast, checking the
bottom-right one for a Revive. Go over to the ladder nearby and up, then exit
the cave from here.

Go to the right and check the flower at the end of the path of trees to find a
Max Revive. The house to the left will sell drinks (but not at night). At
night, on Mondays, you can find Clefairy dancing on the far left. They can
leave you a Moon Stone.

Enter the entrance to the cave and go down the ladder. Jump off of the ledge
and go south and out of Mt. Moon.

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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Spearow       |   HG    |   55%   |  55%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Spearow       |   SS    |   35%   |  35%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Rattata       |   HG    |   35%   |  35%  |   60%   |  Grass             |
|  Rattata       |   SS    |   30%   |  30%  |   35%   |  Grass             |
|  Zubat         |  Both   |    0%   |   0%  |   30%   |  Grass             |
|  Jigglypuff    |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Grass             |
|  Ekans         |   SS    |   20%   |  20%  |   20%   |  Grass             |
|  Arbok         |   SS    |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Grass             |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Flaaffy Lv. 44                                        |
|                     Pidgey Lv. 13, Pidgeot Lv. 44                         |
|                     Furret Lv. 41, Rapidash Lv. 43                        |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Once you exit Mt. Moon, go east and down the incline, battling the trainer down
there. Go north a bit to the part surrounded by ledges. Use the Dowsing MCHN
to find an Ultra Ball. Continue east to battle a Bird Keeper, then go to the
bottom-right and use the Dowsing MCHN to find a Big Mushroom.

Then go to the top and battle the Picnicker and grab the HP Up.

Further east is Cerulean City. For now, though, let's Fly to Lavender Town; I
wanna look at that Rock Tunnel...

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Here, grab a Pokémon with Flash if you think you'll need it in a dark cave
(like Dark Cave), then exit Lavender, going north onto Route 10.

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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Spearow       |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Fearow        |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Voltorb       |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Grass             |
|  Raticate      |  Both   |   25%   |  20%  |   25%   |  Grass             |
|  Quagsire      |  Both   |    0%   |   0%  |   40%   |  Grass             |
|  Electabuzz    |  Both   |    5%   |  10%  |    5%   |  Grass             |
|  Goldeen       |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Surfing           |
|  Seaking       |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Goldeen       |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Goldeen       |  Both   |   40%   |  40%  |   40%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Goldeen       |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Seaking       |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    3%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Quagsire Lv. 43                                       |
|                     Machamp Lv. 45                                        |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Go north and west and push the Strength boulder forward some. Grab the item,
TM69, Rock Polish (which is more useful in the Pokémon Mystery Dungeon games,
from my perspective). Leave that part and go east to find a Pokéfan, who'll
challenge you and block the way.

Go back down the steps and around the ledges to the right, which
conveniently have a space. Go to the left and battle the Hiker.

Then go into the nearby Rock Tunnel.

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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Cubone        |  Both   |   35%   |  35%  |   35%   |  Walk around (1F)  |
|  Geodude       |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Walk around (1F)  |
|  Machop        |  Both   |   20%   |  20%  |   20%   |  Walk around (1F)  |
|  Zubat         |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Walk around (1F)  |
|  Machoke       |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Walk around (1F)  |
|  Cubone        |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Walk around (B1F) |
|  Geodude       |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Walk around (B1F) |
|  Onix          |  Both   |   20%   |  20%  |   20%   |  Walk around (B1F) |
|  Zubat         |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Walk around (B1F) |
|  Marowak       |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Walk around (B1F) |
|  Kangaskhan    |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Walk around (B1F) |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: No Trainers are found here.                           |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

<= 1F =>

Use Flash if desired, then go up the steps right in front of you, heading east.
Check the lowest of the northeastern rocks to find an X Defend. Sidle past the
rock on the left, but before you go up the steps, and follow the path around
onto a higher part. There, you'll be able to find TM56, Fling.

Return to the original platform you went up on now, but this time, go to the
left and down the ladder nearby.

<= B1F =>

Go north and east to find some Rock Climb patches... that we'll have to skip,
as we lack the Rock Climb HM. Continue to the east, and go thorugh the narrow
path between the rocks and the walls just above the second Rock Climb path.

Go up the ladder.

<= 1F =>

Go east, then north and west to find a higher platform. Take the steps below
the big rocks, then check the sharp rock on the left to find an X Accuracy. Go
back down the steps after this, then up the above. Go across the platform to
the other side. Descend this ladder.

<= B1F =>

Go east and down the upper set of stairs. Follow it across to end up on a
blocked off platform. Pick up the Revive, then go down and up the stairs. Take
the lower set this time.

Follow the path further around and go down the steps when possible. There will
be a PP Up at the end of the path. Ascend the stairs, then go right and down.
Take the right path around the rocks, going straight down, and Rock Smash the
two rocks between the two walls at the bottom. Check the newly-exposed to find
a Max Potion.

Go back up and around the left side of the rock this time and take back up to
the first floor.

<= 1F =>

Follow the path up and exit the cave.

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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Spearow       |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Fearow        |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Voltorb       |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Grass             |
|  Raticate      |  Both   |   25%   |  20%  |   25%   |  Grass             |
|  Quagsire      |  Both   |    0%   |   0%  |   40%   |  Grass             |
|  Electabuzz    |  Both   |    5%   |  10%  |    5%   |  Grass             |
|  Goldeen       |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Surfing           |
|  Seaking       |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Goldeen       |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Goldeen       |  Both   |   40%   |  40%  |   40%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Goldeen       |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Seaking       |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    3%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Quagsire Lv. 43                                       |
|                     Machamp Lv. 45                                        |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Fly back to Pewter City.

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                                 Pewter City
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Once you're done with the above extras -- if you even did them -- heal up your
Pokémon at the Pokémon Center, then exit Pewter City to the south.

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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Caterpie      |   HG    |   31%   |  31%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Pidgey        |   HG    |   30%   |  40%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Pidgey        |   SS    |   20%   |  40%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Metapod       |   HG    |   20%   |  20%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Weedle        |   SS    |   11%   |  31%  |   11%   |  Grass             |
|  Kakuna        |   SS    |   20%   |  20%  |   11%   |  Grass             |
|  Pidgeotto     |   HG    |    5%   |   9%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Pidgeotto     |   SS    |    0%   |   5%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Butterfree    |   HG    |   10%   |   0%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Beedrill      |   SS    |   10%   |   0%  |    4%   |  Grass             |
|  Hoothoot      |   HG    |    0%   |   0%  |   50%   |  Grass             |
|  Hoothoot      |   SS    |    0%   |   0%  |   60%   |  Grass             |
|  Noctowl       |  Both   |    0%   |   0%  |   14%   |  Grass             |
|  Spinarak      |   HG    |    4%   |   0%  |   31%   |  Grass             |
|  Ariados       |   HG    |    0%   |   0%  |    5%   |  Grass             |
|  Ledyba        |   SS    |   30%   |   9%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Ledian        |   SS    |    9%   |   0%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Burmy Lv. 43, Butterfree Lv. 43, Beedrill Lv. 43      |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Continue southward and go through the gatehouse. There, you'll find yourself
in the Viridian Forest!

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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Caterpie      |   HG    |   40%   |  40%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Metapod       |   HG    |   30%   |  30%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Butterfree    |   HG    |   10%   |  10%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Weedle        |   SS    |   40%   |  40%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Kakuna        |   SS    |   30%   |  30%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Beedrill      |   SS    |   10%   |  10%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Pidgey        |  Both   |   10%   |  15%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Pidgeotto     |  Both   |    4%   |   9%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Pikachu       |  Both   |    6%   |   6%  |    5%   |  Grass             |
|  Hoothoot      |  Both   |    0%   |   0%  |   80%   |  Grass             |
|  Noctowl       |  Both   |    0%   |   0%  |   15%   |  Grass             |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Butterfree Lv. 44, Beedrill Lv. 44, Pikachu Lv. 44    |
|                     Weedle Lv. 28, Beedrill Lv. 46, Kakuna Lv. 38         |
|                     Metapod Lv. 52, Metapod Lv. 56, Metapod Lv. 60        |
|                     Ariados Lv. 50                                        |
|                     Beedrill Lv. 44, Butterfree Lv. 48                    |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Once you enter, go down and through the grass. Battle and defeat the Bug
Catcher facing east. Continue south and onto the higher portion. Follow this
path to the end, and use the Dowsing MCHN to find a Full Restore.

Return to the lower ground and head east and through the grassy path. Grab
the Dire Hit at the top, then go south to the next path. Then go up the next
lane on the right, ignoreing the stairs. Battle the Bug Catcher and examine the
reddish/pinkish flower to the east to find a Tinymushroom. Go a bit south and
up the steps, collecting the Blue Flute you find.

Take the right pathway next and battle the trainer. Go further south and check
the last red flower on the left to find a Big Mushroom. Further south, you'll
find a Bug Catcher, and another one is even further south. Beat the second one
and go through the grass he is next to. Pick up the TM77 (Psych Up) and use
the Dowsing MCHN to find a Tinymushroom nearby.

Go back through the grass you just came through and go to the west. Cut the
tree on the high platform west of the gatehouse exit. Follow the path the whole
way around to find a Leaf Stone.

Return to the bottom and check the empty space in the grass to the west to find
a Max Ether. Go east, down the steps, and down through the gatehouse to leave
Viridian's forest.

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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Caterpie      |   HG    |   31%   |  31%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Pidgey        |   HG    |   30%   |  40%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Pidgey        |   SS    |   20%   |  40%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Metapod       |   HG    |   20%   |  20%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Weedle        |   SS    |   11%   |  31%  |   11%   |  Grass             |
|  Kakuna        |   SS    |   20%   |  20%  |   11%   |  Grass             |
|  Pidgeotto     |   HG    |    5%   |   9%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Pidgeotto     |   SS    |    0%   |   5%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Butterfree    |   HG    |   10%   |   0%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Beedrill      |   SS    |   10%   |   0%  |    4%   |  Grass             |
|  Hoothoot      |   HG    |    0%   |   0%  |   50%   |  Grass             |
|  Hoothoot      |   SS    |    0%   |   0%  |   60%   |  Grass             |
|  Noctowl       |  Both   |    0%   |   0%  |   14%   |  Grass             |
|  Spinarak      |   HG    |    4%   |   0%  |   31%   |  Grass             |
|  Ariados       |   HG    |    0%   |   0%  |    5%   |  Grass             |
|  Ledyba        |   SS    |   30%   |   9%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Ledian        |   SS    |    9%   |   0%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Butterfree Lv. 39, Ariados Lv. 37                     |
|                     Beedrill Lv. 40, Butterfree Lv. 39                    |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Jump off of the ledge (or go through the grass) and fight the Bug Catcher
below. Continue around the path to find a second Bug Catcher.

That's all for Route 2; head south into Viridian City.

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                                Viridian City
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Surfing           |
|  Poliwhirl     |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |   40%   |  40%  |   40%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |   93%   |  93%  |   93%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: There are no Trainers available for battle here.      |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

As you may know, there is a Pokémon Gym here. Why aren't we going to challenge
it? Well ... the Gym Leader isn't here. The Pokémon Center is to the southeast;
heal up there.

Go to the northeastern portion of the town (but under the ledge) and use the
Dowsing MCHN to find a Nugget. Going to the southwest area and Cutting down the
tree will let you speak with the guy near here, thereby giving you TM85 (Dream
Eater). That's all, item-wise.

Viridian City also has the Trainer House, where you can battle a trainer each
day. It was implemented originally in G/S/C. However, it is now a Flat Battle
(you are lowered to Lv. 50 if above it) and you get no EXP., like a Flat Battle
over wireless. By default, there is one trainer with Lv. 50 versions of the
Johto starters fully evolved. You can expand this by connecting to other
people's Pokéwalkers - the party the person had during the last transfer TO the
Pokéwalker will be their party. Each battle won nets you 1 BP, a monetary unit
used in the Battle Frontier.

That's all. Heal up as needed, then exit Viridian to the south.

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                                   Route 1
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Pidgey        |  Both   |   45%   |  45%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Rattata       |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   55%   |  Grass             |
|  Sentret       |  Both   |   20%   |  20%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Hoothoot      |  Both   |   45%   |  45%  |   45%   |  Grass             |
|  Furret        |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Furret Lv. 43, Pidgeot Lv. 43                         |
|                     Jynx Lv. 43, Electabuzz Lv. 43, Magmar Lv. 43         |
|                     Absol Lv. 47, Alakazam Lv. 47                         |
|                     Ivysaur Lv. 47, Starmie Lv. 47                        |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Jump off of the ledge to the left and grab the nearby Apricorn. Jump off the
one below and go north and east to battle a trainer. Go west to find another
one a lower ledge.

Next level south, you might find someone for photo-taking; the level below
that has an Ace Trainer. Below that: another Ace Trainer. Beat her and south
to get to Pallet Town.

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                                 Pallet Town
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Tentacool     |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Surfing           |
|  Tentacruel    |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Tentacool     |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Tentacool     |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Chinchou      |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Shellder      |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    3%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Chinchou      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Shellder      |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Tentacruel    |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Lanturn       |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    3%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: There are no Trainers available for battle here.      |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Pallet Town is the hometown of Red, the legendary Trainer who took down Team
Rocket three years ago (R/B/Y/G/FR/LG games). It was also the hometown of his
rival (and now, eighth Kanto Gym Leader) Blue and that of Professor Oak. In
the anime, it has been Ash's (Red's counterpart) hometown from which he has
started each of his five journeys. (Five, and he's STILL ten years old. The
anime itself has been on for about thirteen years.)

Anyhow, there is little here. The house on the left is Red's, but he isn't
here. The one on the right is Blue's - he also isn't here. Daisy, Blue's
sister, IS here and she can massage one of your Pokémon between 3:00 PM and
4:00 PM daily.

There is also Profesoor Oak's lab top to the south, but, for now, it has little
use unless you want to get your Pokédex rated.

Anyhow, leave Pallet Town by going south onto Route 21.

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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Mr. Mime      |  Both   |    5%   |  10%  |    5%   |  Grass             |
|  Tangela       |  Both   |   95%   |  90%  |   95%   |  Grass             |
|  Tentacool     |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Surfing           |
|  Tentacruel    |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Tentacool     |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Tentacool     |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Chinchou      |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Shellder      |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    3%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Chinchou      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Shellder      |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Tentacruel    |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Lanturn       |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    3%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Seel Lv. 37, Dewgong Lv. 42                           |
|                     Shellder Lv. 44                                       |
|                     Farfetch'd Lv. 36, Fearow Lv. 36, Pidgeotto Lv. 37    |
|                     Four Corsola: Lv. 32, Lv. 34, Lv. 36, Lv. 38          |
|                     Azumarill Lv. 40                                      |
|                     Seadra Lv. 42                                         |
|                     Quagsire Lv. 42, Octillery Lv. 42                     |
|                     Lanturn Lv. 44, Mantine Lv. 40                        |
|                     Golduck Lv. 38, Poliwhirl Lv. 38                      |
|                     Doduo Lv. 35 (x2), Dodrio Lv. 35, Dodrio Lv. 36       |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Once you enter, go south and battle the Swimmer, then go on the shoreline to
the right. Battle and defeat the Fisherman, then use the Dowsing MCHN to find
the hidden Stardust nearby.

Surf westward onto more sand and battle the Fisherman and the Bird Keeper you
will find nearby. Go south and battle the Swimmer, then go onto the sand pile
in the middle and use the Dowsing MCHN to earn yourself another Stardust
(actually, two). Go onto the shallow shore to the west and battle the Fisherman
there, then battle the Swimmer on the right.

Go further south to find another Fisherman on the sand. Defeat him in battle,
the Surf southward to battle another Swimmer, and a Bird Keeper on the nearby
shore. Even further south, you'll find Cinnabar Island.

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                               Cinnabar Island
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Tentacool     |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Surfing           |
|  Tentacruel    |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Tentacool     |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Tentacool     |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Chinchou      |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Shellder      |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    3%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Chinchou      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Shellder      |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Tentacruel    |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Lanturn       |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    3%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: No Trainers are found here.                           |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

This is Cinnabar Island, or what remains of it. A year or two ago, the island,
which was more volcano than most think, erupted. This ... is what remains. It
was a slightly more preferable spot back in R/B/Y/G for the Mew glitch, when
the island was resided upon.

Anyhow, there is nothing here, save for a Pokémon Center. There is also Blue,
the Viridian Gym Leader and rival of Red, in the corner. Talking to him will
yield nothing, though.

Heal up at the Pokémon Center and Surf east onto Route 20.

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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Tentacool     |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Surfing           |
|  Tentacruel    |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Tentacool     |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Tentacool     |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Chinchou      |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Shellder      |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    3%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Chinchou      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Shellder      |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Tentacruel    |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Lanturn       |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    3%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Wingull Lv. 46, Fearow Lv. 43                         |
|                     Shinx Lv. 45                                          |
|                     Starly Lv. 48                                         |
|                     Azumarill Lv. 44                                      |
|                     Luvdisc Lv. 38, Luvdisc Lv. 39, Luvdisc Lv. 41        |
|                     Bidoof Lv. 44                                         |
|                     Shroomish Lv. 45                                      |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Go onto the sand bank and follow it along. You'll fight two Bird Keepers and
a Picnicker in all, as well as get a Stardust. It's on the upper branch of
sand past the Picnicker.

If go into the top watery part of the route, you'll find a Swimmer to the
left, another in the middle, and another under the rocks and to the right of
the far-right sandbank.

Further east, you'll find the entrance to a cave. Ignore it and continue east.
Use the Dowsing MCHN and you'll find a DeepSeaTooth on the water. Once you're
done with that, go east and battle the Picnicker on the shore. Then enter the
cave.

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The Seafoam Islands of R/B/Y/G/FR/LG are back. You can explore them, and,
once you beat the Trainer atop Mt. Silver, find Articuno here. For now, nothing
is here. You can find a hidden Escape Rope by examining the sharp rock at the
top of the room.

Go up the ladder in the middle.

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                                 Cinnabar Gym
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  No wild Pokémon are found here.                                          |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Arcanine Lv. 50                                       |
|                     Ninetales Lv. 50                                      |
|                     Torkoal Lv. 53                                        |
|                     Magmar Lv. 50                                         |
|                     Numel Lv. 53                                          |
|                     Magcargo Lv. 53                                       |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

The Cinnabar Island Gym was moved here after the volcanic eruption. This Gym
is of the Fire type.

Speak with the trainer directly north of you to battle him, and he'll move. Go
on the left path and fight the Scientist. Go back and take the right path and
battle the nearby Super Nerd.

Further up, battle another trainer, and another trainer is further up. Continue
along the path to battle another Super Nerd. He will let you through to
Blaine, the Gym Leader. Speak with him to begin.
 ___________________________
|  BOSS: Gym Leader Blaine  \
|____________________________\_______________________________________________
|  Pokémon: Macargo (Fire/Rock) Lv. 54                                       |
|           Magmar (Fire) Lv. 54                                             |
|           Rapidash (Fire) Lv. 59                                           |
|                                                                            |
|  Money Earned: $7,080                                                      |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Macargo is weak to Water (4x), Ground (4x), Steel, and Fighting. It has   |
|  the Flame Body ability (Physical moves mean you have a 30% chance of      |
|  being Burned). It can use Sunny Day, Smog (may poison), Rock Slide, and   |
|  the overall 210-Power Overheat (Fire) move. The last one will cause the   |
|  user to experience a Sp. Attack drop, except Macargo is holding the White |
|  Herb, which prevents it once. Water overall is the best to use.           |
|                                                                            |
|  Magmar is weak to Water, Rock, and Ground. It also has the Flame Body     |
|  ability. It can use Overheat and Thunderpunch offensively, as well as     |
|  Sunny Day and Confuse Ray. Generally, Ground would be best here.          |
|                                                                            |
|  Rapidash is weak to Water, Ground, and Rock. It has the Flash Fire        |
|  ability - hitting it with Fire raises its own strength (no damage). It    |
|  can use Flare Blitz (Fire; has recoil), Bounce (Flying; two-turn; may     |
|  paralyze), Overheat, and Quick Attack. Of the three weaknesses, Water is  |
|  the best.                                                                 |
|                                                                            |
|  Recommendations: Your Water starter, if any, or Gyarados at Lv. 60+. As   |
|  back-up, bring Graveler/Golem at Lv. 59+ and your legendary at Lv. 60+.   |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

For winning this seventh gym of Kanto (15th overall), you'll get the Volcano
Badge, as well as TM50 (Overheat). Leave the Gym and Fly to Cinnabar.


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++     Section XVII- Through Viridian Gym                       **HS417**  ++
++                                                                         ++
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Once you've beaten Blaine and have obtained the Volcano Badge, Fly back to
Cinnabar Island.

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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Tentacool     |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Surfing           |
|  Tentacruel    |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Tentacool     |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Tentacool     |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Chinchou      |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Shellder      |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    3%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Chinchou      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Shellder      |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Tentacruel    |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Lanturn       |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    3%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: No Trainers are found here.                           |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Here, heal up at the Pokémon Center. Go and talk to Blue. He'll leave and
return to Viridian City, thereby opening up the eighth Gym of Kanto, and the
last you'll go to. Fly there now.

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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Surfing           |
|  Poliwhirl     |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |   40%   |  40%  |   40%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |   93%   |  93%  |   93%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: There are no Trainers available for battle here.      |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Heal at the Pokémon Center if haven't yet done so. Bring you six strongest
Pokémon -- put the HM slaves back in the PC -- and enter the Gym.

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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  No wild Pokémon are found here.                                          |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: Stantler Lv. 53, Tauros Lv. 52                        |
|                     Slowking Lv. 50, Lickilicky Lv. 53                    |
|                     Porygon2 Lv. 52, Azumarill Lv. 50                     |
|                     Spinda Lv. 50, Sudowoodo Lv. 52                       |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Blue's Gym is now modeled similarly to Giovanni's Gym back in the R/B/Y/G
games. It looks a lot complicated (mainly because of most tiles being moving
arrows and not just a few).

You aren't forced to battle all of the Trainers. The first method details how
to battle them all; the second details how to get to Blue.

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Battling the Trainers
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

From the start, go up and you'll be forced by someone to return your lead
Pokémon into its Pokéball. Go up four spaces to find a yellow arrow in front of
you. Go two steps right and straight up. Battle and defeat the Trainer.

Then go down to end up at the beginning. Go to the right wall and up for the
red arrow. Go straight down for a blue one, and then a battle.

Then go straight up to return to the beginning. Go one step up and over to the
far right. Go up again, then right one step and take the red arrow twice, the
second being to the right. Then take another red one to the left and finish the
Double Battle.

That deals with all the Trainers. Go one step down and return to the start.
The next paragraph will take over from there.

~~~~~~~~~~~~
To Find Blue
~~~~~~~~~~~~

From the Pokémon replacement thing... Go one step up, then to the far right. Go
up and get on the red arrow. Go left for another red arrow. Go one step right
and up for another red arrow. Go right for ANOTEHR red arrow, then go right
again to find Blue. Go forward and challenge Blue!
 _________________________
|  BOSS: Gym Leader Blue  \
|__________________________\_________________________________________________
|  Pokémon: Exeggutor (Grass/Psychic) Lv. 55                                 |
|           Gyarados (Water/Flying) Lv. 52                                   |
|           Rhydon (Rock/Ground) Lv. 58                                      |
|           Machamp (Fighting) Lv. 56                                        |
|           Arcanine (Fire) Lv. 58                                           |
|           Pidgeot (Normal/Flying) Lv. 60                                   |
|                                                                            |
|  Money Earned: $9,600                                                      |
|----------------------------------------------------------------------------|
|  Exeggutor is weak to Flying, Bug (4x), Fire, Ice, Dark, and Ghost. It can |
|  use Psychic (Psychic), Leaf Storm (Grass), Hypnosis (put you to Sleep),   |
|  and Trick Room (slower Pokémon move first). Nothing special to mention.   |
|                                                                            |
|  Gyarados is weak to Electric (4x) and Rock, with a Ground immunity. It    |
|  can use Waterfall (Water), Return (Normal), and Ice Fang (Ice). It also   |
|  has Dragon Dance (Attack and Speed boost). With this combination of       |
|  moves, Gyarados can literally hit every Pokémon in Gen. IV for neutral or |
|  worse damage (excepting Shedinja - the Wonder Guard ability). Because of  |
|  the Waterfall, Electric is preferable to Rock.                            |
|                                                                            |
|  Rhydon is weak to Grass (4x), Water (4x), Fighting, Ice (?), and Steel.   |
|  It is immune to Electric. It can use Earthquake (Ground), Stone Edge      |
|  (Rock), Thunder Fang (Electric), and Megahorn (Bug?). Because of the      |
|  moveset, it is preferable to avoid using ... well, all except Fighting.   |
|  Unless your Grass/Water type is decently powerful and resilient.          |
|                                                                            |
|  Machamp is weak to Flying and Psychic. It can use Stone Edge (Rock),      |
|  DynamicPunch (Fighting), Thunderpunch (Electric), and Earthquake (Ground).|
|  It is preferable to use a Psychic type.                                   |
|                                                                            |
|  Arcanine is weak to Water, Rock, and Ground. It can use Roar (make you    |
|  switch Pokémon), Dragon Pulse (Dragon), Flare Blitz (Fire; has recoil),   |
|  and Extremespeed (Normal). Of the three, Water is preferable due to its   |
|  Fire resistance.                                                          |
|                                                                            |
|  Pidgeot is weak to Rock, Electric, and Ice. It has Ghost and Ground       |
|  immunities. It can use Return (Normal), Air Slash (Flying), Mirror Move   |
|  (your last-used move hits you), and Whirlwind (forced switch). I see      |
|  Electric as the preferable one -- Mirror Move will cause it to hit you,   |
|  with 50% less damage, and Pidgeot doesn't have a Ground move.             |
|                                                                            |
|  Recommendations: Your starter at Lv. 60+; your legendary at Lv. 60+; a    |
|  Quagsire/Gyarados at Lv. 58+; Kadabra/Alakazam at Lv. 59+; Graveler or    |
|  Golem at Lv. 59+; Haunter/Gengar at Lv. 58+.                              |
|____________________________________________________________________________|

Once you defeat Blue, you'll be given the Earth Badge (oddly feather-shaped),
as well as TM92 (Trick Room). Now, leave.


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++     Section XVIII- Through Mt. Silver                        **HS418**  ++
++                                                                         ++
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                                 Viridian Gym
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Once you have beaten Blue and obtained your sixteenth Gym Badge, leave the Gym.

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                                Viridian City
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Surfing           |
|  Poliwhirl     |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |   40%   |  40%  |   40%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |   93%   |  93%  |   93%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: There are no Trainers available for battle here.      |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Once you exit the Gym, Professor Oak will call you over the Pokégear. It seems
he has a gift for you. So, heal up and Fly to Pallet Town.

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                                 Pallet Town
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Tentacool     |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Surfing           |
|  Tentacruel    |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Tentacool     |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Tentacool     |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Chinchou      |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Shellder      |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    3%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Chinchou      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Shellder      |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Tentacruel    |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Lanturn       |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    3%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: There are no Trainers available for battle here.      |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Go into Professor Oak's lab. Inside, go up and speak with Oak and you'll
finally receive HM08 (Rock Climb). You can also use it out of battle, seeing as
you do have all of the badges.

Now, you should Fly to the Victory Road gatehouse and exit to the west.

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                                   Route 28
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Ponyta        |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Grass             |
|  Tangela       |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Grass             |
|  Donphan       |   HG    |   20%   |  20%  |   20%   |  Grass             |
|  Ursaring      |   SS    |   20%   |  20%  |   20%   |  Grass             |
|  Doduo         |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Rapidash      |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Grass             |
|  Dodrio        |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Sneasel       |  Both   |    0%   |   0%  |   10%   |  Grass             |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Surfing           |
|  Poliwhirl     |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |   40%   |  40%  |   40%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |   93%   |  93%  |   93%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: There are no Trainers available for battle here.      |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Nothing much to mention here. You can catch Donphan and Ursaring here,
depending on your version, and Sneasel. But that's it. Just head west until
you cross over to the next portion of the route.

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                             [Outside] Mt. Silver
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Ponyta        |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Grass             |
|  Tangela       |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Grass             |
|  Donphan       |   HG    |   20%   |  20%  |   20%   |  Grass             |
|  Ursaring      |   SS    |   20%   |  20%  |   20%   |  Grass             |
|  Doduo         |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Rapidash      |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Grass             |
|  Dodrio        |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Sneasel       |  Both   |    0%   |   0%  |   10%   |  Grass             |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Surfing           |
|  Poliwhirl     |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |   40%   |  40%  |   40%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |   93%   |  93%  |   93%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: There are no Trainers available for battle here.      |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Go forward and go up the stairs, then west and down the stairs. Surf across
the water to the left and pick up the Reaper Cloth on the higher part. Go back
across the water and head up and you'll see a Pokémon Center. IGNORE IT FOR A
MOMENT and go through the grass to its right and check the mound of sand to get
a Full Restore. Jump off of the ledge and go right, down the stairs. You'll be
back on Route 28.

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                                   Route 28
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Ponyta        |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Grass             |
|  Tangela       |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Grass             |
|  Donphan       |   HG    |   20%   |  20%  |   20%   |  Grass             |
|  Ursaring      |   SS    |   20%   |  20%  |   20%   |  Grass             |
|  Doduo         |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Rapidash      |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Grass             |
|  Dodrio        |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Sneasel       |  Both   |    0%   |   0%  |   10%   |  Grass             |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Surfing           |
|  Poliwhirl     |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |   40%   |  40%  |   40%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |   93%   |  93%  |   93%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: There are no Trainers available for battle here.      |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Follow the path and use Cut on the tree. Continue onwards and go into the house
you'll find. Speak with the woman inside to get TM47 (Silver Wing). Leave the
house and go to the right to find TM35 (Flamethrower). Go up some and use the
Dowsing MCHN to find a Rare Candy.

That's it. Go back the steps and west.

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                             [Outside] Mt. Silver
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|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Ponyta        |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Grass             |
|  Tangela       |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Grass             |
|  Donphan       |   HG    |   20%   |  20%  |   20%   |  Grass             |
|  Ursaring      |   SS    |   20%   |  20%  |   20%   |  Grass             |
|  Doduo         |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Rapidash      |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Grass             |
|  Dodrio        |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    0%   |  Grass             |
|  Sneasel       |  Both   |    0%   |   0%  |   10%   |  Grass             |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Surfing           |
|  Poliwhirl     |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |   40%   |  40%  |   40%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Poliwag       |  Both   |   93%   |  93%  |   93%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Super Rod         |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: There are no Trainers available for battle here.      |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

Heal up in the nearby Pokémon Center. While you're there, you'll need to teach
a Pokémon Rock Climb, and perhaps Rock Smash (to get some items).

Now, you need to be sure you're ready. If the six Pokémon party you have has a
level generally less than 80, you'll be in trouble in a moment. Big. Trouble.
Buy some Revives, Full Restores, and Hyper Potions.

When you're ready, enter the cave to the top left.

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
                                  Mt. Silver
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
 ___________________________________________________________________________
|                             1F Wild Pokémon List                          |
 >---------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+-------------------<
|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Onix          |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Walk around       |
|  Donphan       |   HG    |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Walk around       |
|  Ursaring      |   SS    |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Walk around       |
|  Graveler      |  Both   |   20%   |  20%  |   20%   |  Walk around       |
|  Phanpy        |   HG    |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Walk around       |
|  Teddiursa     |   SS    |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Walk around       |
|  Golbat        |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Walk around       |
|  Larvitar      |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Walk around       |
|  Seaking       |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Surfing           |
|  Goldeen       |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Surfing           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   95%   |  95%  |   95%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Goldeen       |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Old Rod           |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |   60%   |  60%  |   60%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Goldeen       |  Both   |   40%   |  40%  |   40%   |  Good Rod          |
|  Goldeen       |  Both   |   90%   |  90%  |   90%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Magikarp      |  Both   |    7%   |   7%  |    7%   |  Super Rod         |
|  Seaking       |  Both   |    3%   |   3%  |    3%   |  Super Rod         |
 >---------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+-------------------<
|                       Mountainside Wild Pokémon List                      |
 >---------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+-------------------<
|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Onix          |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Grass             |
|  Donphan       |   HG    |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Grass             |
|  Ursaring      |   SS    |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Grass             |
|  Golduck       |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Grass             |
|  Phanpy        |   HG    |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Grass             |
|  Teddiursa     |   SS    |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Grass             |
|  Golbat        |  Both   |   40%   |  40%  |   40%   |  Grass             |
|  Larvitar      |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Grass             |
 >---------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+-------------------<
|                             2F Wild Pokémon List                          |
 >---------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+-------------------<
|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Quagsire      |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Walk around       |
|  Donphan       |   HG    |   20%   |  20%  |   20%   |  Walk around       |
|  Ursaring      |   SS    |   20%   |  20%  |   20%   |  Walk around       |
|  Sneasel       |  Both   |   20%   |  20%  |   20%   |  Walk around       |
|  Phanpy        |   HG    |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Walk around       |
|  Teddiursa     |   SS    |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Walk around       |
|  Golduck       |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Walk around       |
|  Larvitar      |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Walk around       |
|  Golbat        |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Walk around       |
|  Misdreavus    |  Both   |    0%   |   0%  |   10%   |  Walk around       |
 >---------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+-------------------<
|                     Peaks/Snowy Area Wild Pokémon List                    |
 >---------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+-------------------<
|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Golduck       |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Grass             |
|  Donphan       |   HG    |   20%   |  20%  |   20%   |  Grass             |
|  Ursaring      |   SS    |   20%   |  20%  |   20%   |  Grass             |
|  Sneasel       |  Both   |   20%   |  20%  |   20%   |  Grass             |
|  Misdreavus    |  Both   |   15%   |  15%  |   15%   |  Grass             |
|  Quagsire      |  Both   |   15%   |  15%  |   10%   |  Grass             |
|  Larvitar      |  Both   |   10%   |  10%  |   10%   |  Grass             |
|  Golbat        |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Grass             |
 >---------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+-------------------<
|                             3F Wild Pokémon List                          |
 >---------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+-------------------<
|  Pokémon       |  Vers.  |  Morn.  |  Day  |  Night  |  Encounter Method  |
|----------------+---------+---------+-------+---------+--------------------|
|  Quagsire      |  Both   |   20%   |  20%  |   10%   |  Walk around       |
|  Donphan       |   HG    |   20%   |  20%  |   20%   |  Walk around       |
|  Ursaring      |   SS    |   20%   |  20%  |   20%   |  Walk around       |
|  Sneasel       |  Both   |   20%   |  20%  |   20%   |  Walk around       |
|  Golduck       |  Both   |   30%   |  30%  |   30%   |  Walk around       |
|  Larvitar      |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Walk around       |
|  Golbat        |  Both   |    5%   |   5%  |    5%   |  Walk around       |
|  Misdreavus    |  Both   |    0%   |   0%  |   10%   |  Walk around       |
|===========================================================================|
|  Trainers' Pokémon: There are no Trainers available for battle here.      |
|___________________________________________________________________________|

<= 1F =>

You see the parts with water on the left? That is completely optional, unless
you're just dying for Moltres. Anyhow, Rock Climb on the wall to the right.
Check the rock in the top-left corner for a Dire Hit. Exit to the right.

<= Mountainside =>

Grab the Escape Rope below. Go up the steps and follow the path around. When
you're able to branch on the top part, go down to grab the item (TM76 (Stealth
Rock)). Go up to the top, then down the steps, and back inside.

<= 1F =>

Go around to grab the Full Restore. Re-exit.

<= Mountainside =>

Go down the stairs nearby and straight down. Go down this pair of stairs, then
down again and up the next ones you come across. Re-enter.

<= 1F =>

Follow the path to the left, ignoring the staircase and heading to the right.
Check the sharp rock nearby for a Revive and go back to and ascend the stairs.
Go through the hole in the wall.

<= 2F =>

Go up the steps in the northwest area and follow the path around. Go left when
you come to the steps. Grab the Max Elixir and go up the steps. Follow this
path the whole way around, going right at the next staircase to find a Max
Revive.

Return to and ascend the stairs, then go left. Follow the path and Rock Smash
the rocks in the way. Use the Dowsing MCHN to find a Max Potion. Continue down
the path and grab the Calcium. Return to the steps, go right, and exit.

<= Peaks/Snowy Area =>

Snow!~

Go around and into the first cave you find.

<= 2F =>

Go straight up and Rock Smash the rock. Use the Doswing MCHN to find an Iron.
Then go south for a Protein, then leave the cave.

<= Peaks/Snowy Area =>

Go down and enter the cave once more.

<= 2F =>

Go south and exit.

<= Peaks/Snowy Area =>

Go south and west, ignoring the cave entrance. Instead, go up the Rock Climb
path on the left. Go left and Rock Climb once again. Take the right path and
pick up the Pure Incense at its end. Go back to the left and -- you guessed
it -- use Rock Climb. Check the rock on the right to find a Rare Candy. Go back
down all of the Rock Climb pathways and go through the ignored entrance.

<= 2F =>

Go due west and outside again.

<= Peaks/Snowy Area =>

Go up the Rock Climb thing to the right, then do it again on the wall in front
of you. Climb up again and check the top-right tile between the two trees to
get a Hyper Potion. Go down two of the walls and take the Rock Climb path to
the left - the second one on the far left.

Rock Climb up again here and grab the Dawn Stone. Go back down twice and take
the wall to the right. Rock Climb up again and enter.

<= 3F =>

Go to the left and Rock Climb up. Go east and examien the rock to find a hidden
Max Revive. Return west and leave the cave.

<= Summit =>

There is nothing here, save the final challenge on our journey. Go the bag and
fully restore the HP of your six Pokémon. Head up to the top of the silent and
snow-covered peak to find none other than Red, the only other trainer to have
single-handedly taken down Team Rocket three years ago. This will be the
toughest battle you will probably ever face -- speak with Red and enjoy his
silence to begin.
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|  FINAL BOSS: PKMN Trainer Red  \
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|  Pokémon: Pikachu (Electric) Lv. 88                                        |
|           Charizard (Fire/Flying) Lv. 84                                   |
|           Venusaur (Grass/Poison) Lv. 84                                   |
|           Blastoise (Water) Lv. 84                                         |
|           Lapras (Water/Ice) Lv. 80                                        |
|           Snorlax (Normal) Lv. 82                                          |
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|  Money Earned: $16,800                                                     |
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|  Pikachu is weak to Ground only. It has the Static ability - using a       |
|  Physical move may cause Paralysis. It is also holding the Light Ball,     |
|  which greatly increases its offensive stats. It can use Volt Tackle (an   |
|  Electric move; 120-Power; recoils), Thunderbolt (Electric; potential      |
|  Paralysis), Iron Tail (Steel), and Quick Attack. Luckily, using a Ground  |
|  type will immunize you from Pikachu's two Electric moves, which are       |
|  exceptionally powerful at this point and will virtually guarantee a OHKO  |
|  on a Gyarados.                                                            |
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|  Charizard is weak to Rock (4x), Water, and Electric, with a Ground        |
|  immunity. It can use Air Slash (Flying), Flare Blitz (Fire; recoils),     |
|  Dragon Pulse (Dragon), and Blast Burn (Fire; one-turn recovery). The two  |
|  Fire moves have 180 and 225 Power respectively, counting STAB. Generally, |
|  Water is a good type of Pokémon to use assuming you lack a Rock type.     |
|                                                                            |
|  Venusaur is weak to Fire, Flying, Ice, and Psychic. It can use Giga       |
|  Drain (Grass; HP-abosrber), Frenzy Plant (POWERFUL Grass move), Sludge    |
|  Bomb (Poison), and Sleep Powder (causes sleep). It is more than obvious   |
|  that a Fire or Flying type will survive quite easily here, such as Ho-oh. |
|                                                                            |
|  Blastoise is weak to Electric and Grass. It can use Hydro Cannon (Water;  |
|  one-turn recovery), Blizzard (Ice; 100% due to Hail; may freeze), Flash   |
|  Cannon (Electric?), and Focus Blast (Fighting). Because of the Blizzard   |
|  with its 100% accuracy, avoid using Grass types, at least until it uses   |
|  Blizzard five times -- that's all the PP it has.                          |
|                                                                            |
|  Lapras is weak to Grass, Electric, and Fighting, I believe. It can use    |
|  Blizzard (Ice; 100% accuracy due to Hail; may freeze), Brine (Water; gain |
|  strength is target has <50% HP), Psychic (Psychic), and Body Slam         |
|  (Normal; may paralyze). Grass isn't the best to use, due to the 180-STAB'd|
|  power (360 with single-super-effectiveness).                              |
|                                                                            |
|  Snorlax is weak only to Fighting and is immune to Ghost. It can use       |
|  Shadow Ball (Ghost), Crunch (Dark), Blizzard (Ice; 100% accurate due to   |
|  hail; may freeze), and Giga Impact (overall 225-Power Normal move; one    |
|  turn recovery). It also has the Thick Fat ability, thereby halving any    |
|  Fire and Ice damage. Snorlax also has rather high Special Defense, so I'd |
|  use physical moves -- ie. Fighting.                                       |
|                                                                            |
|  Recommendations: Graveler/Golem at Lv. 70+ for Pikachu and Charizard;     |
|  your legendary, Fire starter, or Kadabra/Alakazam at Lv. 70+ for          |
|  Venusaur; your Grass starter or Ampharos at Lv. 70+ for Blastoise and     |
|  Lapras; Haunter/Gengar at Lv. 70+ for Snorlax (to avoid Giga Impact). If  |
|  an empty slot or more remains, here are some suggestions: your starter at |
|  Lv. 70+ if not put in, Gyarados Lv. 70+, or some other legendary (Lv.     |
|  70+).                                                                     |
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After defeating Red, he'll vanish into thin air and the credits will roll once
more.

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