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Cerulean City

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Cerulean City

Description Of Cerulean City:

After you defeat Team Rocket in Mt. Moon and have made it through the cave as a whole, you'll come out on the other side of Route 4. Continue to head east, and you'll quickly find yourself in Cerulean City. The City is home to many things, including the Cerulean Gym, Bike Shop, the first In-Game Trade, and another run in with the infamous Team Rocket.

Down in the south west corner of the city is the Bike Shop, where you can buy a bike for your journey. Unfortunately, a bike is priced at a million Poke Dollars and there is no way you can ever afford that. However, you will obtain it for free later in the game after receiving the Free Bike Voucher from the Pokemon Fan Club President in Vermilion City.

In one of the buildings is also a player who will have the first in-game Trade for you. They are giving away a Jynx in return for a Poliwhirl. Since you can't complete your Pokedex without this Trade, it is necessary to do it at some point.

After defeating the Cerulean Gym Leader (Misty) and helping Bill on Route 25, you will have to stop Team Rocket again in Cerulean City. They have borken into someone's house and has stolen a valuable TM. It is up to you to stop them, but since they only have a Level 17 Machop and Level 17 Drowzee, they make for a easy defeat.

Items In Cerulean City:

Bike (Later In The Game) - You receive a Bike Voucher from the Pokemon Fan Club President in Vermilion City, which will allow you to get the bik for free. You'll have to wait until then to get the Bike.

PokeMart Items:

PokeBall ($200) - Allows the player to catch Wild Pokemon.

Antidote ($100) - Allows a player to cure their Pokemon of poisoning.

Paralyze Heal ($200) - Allows a player to heal their Pokemon of paralysis.

Burn Heal ($250) - Allows a player to heal their Pokemon of a burn.

Awakening ($200) - Allows a player to heal their Pokemon of slumber.

Potion ($300) - Allows a player to heal their Pokemon by 20 HP.

Repel ($350) - Preventys Wild Pokemon from appearing in Wild if Lead Pokemon is at a higher level.

TMs / HMs

TM27 (Dig) - Obtained from the man in house after defeating the Team Rocket Member who broke in. This move will come in handy when facing the Vermilion City Gym.

Pokemon In Cerulean City:

Old Rod (Later In The Game):

Magikarp - Level 5 - 100% Appearance Rate

Good Rod (Later In The Game):

Poliwag - Level 10 - 50% Appearance Rate

Goldeen - Level 10 - 50% Appearance Rate

Super Rod (Later In The Game):

Psyduck - Level 15 - 33.3% Appearance Rate

Krabby - Level 15 - 33.3% Appearance Rate

Goldeen - Level 15 - 33.3% Appearance Rate

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