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               -=Name: Pokemon Fire Red/Leaf Green    =-
               -=Plattform: GBA                       =-
               -=Released:2004                        =-
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Contents
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1. Version Update
2. Introduction
3. Walkthrough - Kanto
   i. Game Basics
   ii.Characters
   A. Pallet Town - The Beginning
   B. Viridian City - A Tranquil Town
   c. Viridian Forest - Where bugs and Pikachu lurk
   D. Pewter City - City of Hard Rock
   E. Mt Moon & clefairy
   F. Cerulean City - Water Power
   G. Vermillion City - The Sea and the Surge
   H. Rock Tunnel and Onwards
   I. Lavender Town and Team Rocket
   J. Celadon City - Plants, Flowers, and Grass
   K. Onwards to Fuschia
   L. Fuschia City
   M. Saffron City and Silph Co
   N. Cinnabar - The Fiery Island
   O. Viridian Revisited
   P. Path to Victory
   Q. Elite Four
4. Walkthrough - Sevii Island
   A. One Island
   B. Two Island
   C. Three Island
   D. Four ISland
   E. Five Island
   F. Six Island
   G. Seven Island
   H. Ho-oh and Lugia
   I. Deoxys
5. Miscellaneous
   A. Game Corner
   B. Power Plant
   C. Safari Zone
   D. Unknown Dungeon
   E. Elite Four - Second Wave
   F. Trainer Tower
   G. Fossils
   H. Fixing the machine
   I. Move Tutors, Relearner, and Deleter
6. FAQs
7. Move Tutors
8. Type Chart
9. Obtainable Pokemon
10. TM/HM list
11. Pokemon Abilities
12. Evolution Guide
13. Breeding
14. Item Finder Guide
15. Pokemon Personality
16. Shiny Pokemon
17. Credits

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1. Version Update
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V 0.10
- Started the walkthrough
- Added in type chart
- Walkthrough for Mystery Islands added

V 0.20
- Added in the three tutored moves in Island 2
- Added in Move Tutors section
- More Detailed walkthrough of Island 1
- Added in TM/HM list section
- Kanto walkthrough is done up to Celadon City
- Added in a new sub-section of the Mystery island walkthrough.
- Added in Miscellaneous section

V 0.30
- added in more walkthrough
- Added in Unknown Dungeon
- Fixed the margin
- Fuschia Gym's guide added
- Details for Team Rocket building in Island 5 added
- New Section: Deoxys
- Walkthrough done up to Saffron City
- Added in mini explanation of the Pokedex in section 3.ii.
- Added in locations for some of the TMs

V 0.40
- Walkthrough for Elite four done
- More TM locations
- Added in New section - Pokemon abilities
- Added in Giovanni and Bill character's bio
- Added in Evolution guide
- Walkthrough up to Viridian gym's done

v 0.50
- Added in Pokemon Info about the starter
- More FAQs
- Added in graphical solution for Island 6 puzzle
- Added in location of move deleter
- Fixed the game corner price list

V 1.00
- Added in list of new features
- New sub-section - Fossil
- Fixed location of HM 06
- More move tutors
- Started with the Breeding Guide
- Added in Pokemart list for every town
- More TM locations
- Victory Road guide is done

V 1.10
- Added in info about house North of Island 5
- Guide to fix the machine added

V 1.11
- Info about trainer cards in game basics section

V 1.12
- Added info about Deoxys stats and moves
- Update the breeding section

V 1.13
- New info about Move Relearner

V 1.14
- Updated evolution sections
- Item finder guide added
- Added prizes for game corner
- Started the Personality list section

V 1.15
- More Personalities added

V 1.16
- Correction of the personality table
- New section - Shiny Pokemon

V 1.17
- Updated Obtainable Pokemon section

V 1.18
- Minor errors fixed

V 2.00
- Added in more details for Island One-Three
- First update for US release of the game

V 2.10
- Added in details for Island Four
- Info about the VS seeker is added in
- Updated URL of Pokemon Palace Network
- Added in little info about the Teachy TV
- Changes the name of Island 1-7 to One-Seven Islands
- Minor details of Team Rocket warehouse are added

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2. Introduction
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Nintendo has done it again! Just more than a year after the release of
Pokemon Ruby/Sapphire, it will be releasing a remake of Pokemon Red and
Green (Blue in the US) on the  29th of January in Japan. The game,
Pokemon Fire Red/Leaf Green might be more than just a mere remake though.
There will be some extra features, and definitely improved graphics and
gameplay. Pokemon Red and Green were the games that started it all.
Since then, many Pokemon games have been released across many Nintendo
console and handheld. Each game offering new experience and Pokemon.
However, Pokemon Fire Red and Leaf Green are different. It will bring
back Pokemon Red and Green, with graphics and gameplay that are
comparable to Pokemon Ruby/Sapphire. There is no denying that many will
anticipate the release of this game. Older fans will certainly relish
the experience of playing Pokemon Red and Green once again. Nostalgia
 which is what this game, is all about.

Below are the new features that could be found in this game:

- New advanced Graphics
- Compability with Colloseum
- Compability with Ru/Sa
- The First GBA game to support Nintendo new wireless device
- New Female Trainer
- New Islands
- Various Mini Games
- 2 on 2 battles (not really new, since it's in Ru/Sa)
- Voice Checker
- Pokemon learns different moves
- Move tutors

Difference between Fire Red/Leaf Green
- Box Arts (Charizard for Fire Leaf, Venusaur for Leaf Green)
- Obtainable Pokemon (Refer to section 9 for more details)


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3. Walkthrough - Kanto
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NOTE: This walkthrough is based  on the Fire Red version of the
game. There are some differences between Fire Red and Leaf Green. This
walkthrough will try to cover both versions as far as possible.
Unfortunately, there are some areas in which this could not be done.
In order to help your search, you might want to use the Find (Ctrl+F)
feature.

i. Game Basics

Skip this section unless this is the first time that you've played
any Pokemon games. Veterans from R/B/Y and G/S/C days will find the
basic control of Fire/Leaf is more or less the same.

Here are the controls in Pokemon Fire/Leaf

Directional Pads
This is used to move around the map, or used to move to another
option of the menu.

A button
Choose this to confirm an option.

B button
This is used if you want cancel an option.

Start Button
This is used to bring in main menu on the main map.

Select Button
You can register an item and use tem easily by using the select
button. You can also re-arrange the order of moves by using this button.
An often overlooked button in the days of R/B/Y.

L and R
This button is used for Nothing. However, you can change it's function
to work like the A and B button from the setting option.

Start menu
Pokedex - This is simply your Pokedex
Pokemon - Choosing this option will list the Pokemon in your party
Bag - This will take you to your backpack where you can use your
items "Trainer Name" - This will take you to your trainer card.
(trainer status)

Below are the list of trainer card color in Pokemon Fire/Leaf
Normal - You start with this
Bronze - You get this after beating the elite four
Copper - You get this by completing the Kanto Dex
Silver - You get this by completing the National Dex

Save - Self-Explanatory
Option - Use this to cahnge the battle mode, frame styles, etc
Cancel - Self-Explanatory

Stopping evolution
Press the "B" button while your Pokemon is evolving.

Teaching Pokemon a HM/TM
Go to your pack select a TM/HM and use them to one of your
Pokemon. (Not all Pokemon may be able to learn a particular moves).

Using a HM in the field
Press A against the obstacle that you want to go through. This
works for every HM except for Flash. You could also do it manually
by going to the Pokemon status screen and the option to use HM will
appear if you check each individual Pokemon

Someone PC's (later Bill's PC)
There's an option for you here to change your PC wallpaper as well
as rename the boxes. Another useless addition to the Pokemon PC.
However, something that will interest you would be the fact that
Pokemon will be sent to the next empty boxes. In other words, you
don't have to change your PC boxes when its full. No more tearing
your hairs out when you discover your PC Box is full when you are
throwing a ball at legendary Pokemon.


Pokedex
Below are the explanations of the various menus in Pokedex.

Pokedex Type - This shows the two basic Pokedex type

- Kanto Dex - This will take you to the original R/B/Y Pokedex, the
151 original Pokemon.
- National Dex - choosing this will take you to the National Dex,
containing the entries for all 386 Pokemon.


Field - Show the terrain in which a Pokemon could be found

- Grass
- Forest
- Lake
- Sea
- Cave
- Mountain
- Field
- Town
- Legendary


Sort - This will give you the option to sort out your Pokedex

- Alphabet - List Pokemon according to their alphabetical order
- Type - List Pokemon by their types
- Weight - List out the Pokemon according to their weight
- Height - List out the Pokemon by their height

Exit - Self explanatory

ii. Character Guide

Main Character (Boy)
From: Pallet Town
The hero of the game. Lives in Pallet Town


Main Character (Girl)
From: Pallet Town
The hero of the game. Lives in Pallet Town


Rival
From Pallet Town
The hero's main rival. Grandson of Professor Oak and your final
challenger in Pokemon Leauge.
Pokemon: Alakazam, Pidgeot, Arcanine, Eggxecutor, Gyarados, One
of the starter


Professor Oak
From: Pallet Town
A Pokemon researcher, and the inventor of the Pokedex. He will
give the main  character a starting Pokemon. His grandson is the
main character's rival.
Pokemon: Bulbasaur, Charmander, Squirtle

Bill
From: route 24
The inventor of Pokemon storage system. The Pokemon storage
sytem in POkemon center is named after him. He is the person that
will take you to the mystery island after you've beaten the
Cinnabar gym.

Giovanni
From: Viridian City
Head of the evil organisation Team Rocket, as well as Viridian
city gym leader. In teh course of the game, you'll battle him
thrice.
Pokemon: Nidoking, Dugtrio, Persian, Rhydon, Nidoqueen

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A. Pallet Town - The Beginning
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The adventure begins. You start out in your room. Before you go down
the stairs, you might  want to take out a potion out of your PC. Now,
head down the stairs and out of the house. If you tried to go to the lab,
you'll find out that Professor Oak is not in the lab, and only your soon
to be rival. (for convenience sake we shall call the rival as Blue from
now on).Now head north out of the town to Route 1. Before you can proceed
any further, you'll be stopped by none other than Professor Oak. He will
tell you to follow him to the laboratory.

Here, Professor Oak would give two pokemon for both you and Blue. You
may pick first. Head to the table with three pokeballs on it. On the left,
is Bulbasaur a grass Pokemon. On the middle is Squirtle a water Pokemon,
on the right is Charmander a fire Pokemon. After choosing your  starter,
it is your rival's turn to pick his starter. Now that both of you are
done, head for the exit. Here Blue will tell you that he wants to battle
you.

Rival Battle #1
If you choose Bulbasaur:
Blue Pokemon: Charmander lvl 5

If you choose Charmander:
Blue Pokemon: Squirtle lvl 5

If you choose Squirtle:
Blue Pokemon: Bulbasaur lvl 5


This battle shouldn't be too hard. That potion you picked up from the PC
will help greatly for this battle. There arenn't really any strategies
involved for this battle, since both your pokemon and Blue's Pokemon
only knew the basic attack. (Tackle, Scratch, etc). If you win, your
Pokemon will gain a level.

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/Pokemon Info \
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The Starters
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Below are the moves that the starter learn:

Bulbasaur  lvl 16  (Grass/Poison)
Tackle           -
Growl            4
Leech Seed       7
Vine Whip       10
Poisonpowder    15
Sleep Powder    15
Razor Leaf      20
Sweet Scent     25
Growth          32
Synthesis       39
Solarbeam       46

Ivysaur lvl 32  (Grass/Poison)
Razor Leaf      22
Sweet Scent     29
Growth          38
Synthesis       47
Solarbeam       56

Venusaur         (Grass/Poison)
Growth          41
Synthesis       53
Solarbeam       65



Charmander     lvl 16  (fire)
Scratch          -
Growl            -
Ember            7
Metal Claw      13
Smokescreen     19
Scary Face      25
Flamethrower    31
Slash           37
Dragon Rage     43
Fire Spin       49



Charmeleon  lvl 36  (Fire)
Smokescreen     20
Scary Face      27
Flamethrower    34
Slash           41
Dragon Rage     48
Fire Spin       55

Charizard        (Fire/Flying)
Wing Attack     36
Slash           44
Dragon Rage     54
Fire Spin       64


Squirtle  lvl 16 (Water)
Tackle           -
Tail Whip        4
Bubble           7
Withdraw        10
Water Gun       13
Bite            18
Rapin Spin      23
Protect         28
Rain Dance      33
Skull Bash      40
Hydro Pump      47


Wartortle lvl 36 (Water)
Bite            19
Rapin Spin      25
Protect         31
Rain Dance      37
Skull Bash      45
Hydro Pump      53


Blastoise        (Water)
Rain Dance      42
Skull Bash      55
Hydro Pump      68

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Now you've beaten/defeated by Blue, it's time to get starting with
your Pokemon adventures. Head North out of the town to route 1. This
route is a short one, and there are no trainers at all. You may want to
battle the wild Pokemon and levelled up your Pokemon a few level. Soon
you'll arrive at Viridian City.


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B. Viridian City - A Tranquil Town
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Not much you can do here at the moment. The gym is closed, and there's
an old man blocking your way at north of the city. Head to the Pokemart.
The shopkeeper will tell you that he has a package to be delivered to
Professor Oak. Now, head back to Pallet town through route 1. Go to the
Professor laboratory, and gives the packgage to Professor Oak. In return,
he'll give you a Pokedex. Before you  could leave, a familiar face pops
in. It's none other than Blue. He is also given a Pokedex by the old
professor. Now that you have the Pokedex with you, it's time to capture
some Pokemon. In addition to that, Professor Oak will give you the Teachy 
TV. It contains all the basic information about Pokemon game.Unless you
are completely new to Pokemon, this item is almost redundant. Talk to one 
of the professor aides to get 5 free Pokeballs. Alternatively, you can 
buy them at Viridian PokeMart at the price of P200.

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Pokemart|
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Viridian Pokemart - Item list |
Pokeball         200          |
Potion           300          | 
Antidote         100          | 
Paralyz Heal     200          |
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Whether you decided to train or catch some Pokemon, head back to the
Viridian City. Head West to pay a visit to the Pokemon Leauge building.
There's nothing you can do here at the moment, since you have  no badges
yet. However, there will be abother battle against Blue.

Rival Battle#2
Pokemon:
If you choose Bulbasaur:
Pidgey  lvl 9
Charmander lvl 10

If you choose Charmander:
Pidgey  lvl 9
Squirtle lvl 10

If you choose Squirtle:
Pidgey  lvl 9
Bulbasaur lvl 10

Your level should be as high as his Pokemon at this moment. This battle
shouldn't be a problem.  Now Head back to Viridian City. Head North,
and you'll find the old man has awaken from his sleep.  Talk to him and
he'll show you how to capture a Pokemon. In any case head North to Route
2. You'll  arrive in  Viridian Forest in no time.


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C. Viridian Forest - Where bugs and Pikachu lurk
===============================================

As you enter the forest, you'll see a short cutscene from 1st
perspectives. Viridian Forest contains  a lot of bug Pokemon, and in
addition of that you can also capture a Pikachu. You might want to
consider  capturing it for later. From here, head to your right and
continue on north. There will be  some trainers along the way. (mostly
bug catcher). The forest are pretty straightforward, and you shouldn't
be lost in it. Head for the exit and you'll end up in the other end of
route 2. Head North and soon you'll arrive in Pewter City.



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D. Pewter City - City of Hard Rock
==================================

Head for the Pokemon Center to heal your Pokemon. By this time your
starter should be at least more than level 10. Any lower than that, I
would suggest to level it up. Go to the Pokemart and stock up on
potions, etc

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Pokemart|
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Pewter Pokemart - Item list |
Pokeball         200        |
Potion           300        |
Antidote         100        |
Paralyz Heal     200        |
Awakening        250        | 
Burn Heal        250        |
Escape Rope      550        |
Repel            350        |
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You can go for the gym now, or you might fancy taking a look around
the town, there's a museum in the city. Once you're done with the
sightseeing, it's time for some serious business. Head for the Pewter
Gym, and face the junior trainer. You shouldn't be having any
problems defeating him if your levels are high enough. Now, talk to
the gym leader and a battle will ensue.

Pewter Gym jr Trainer
Pokemon:
Geodude   level 10
Sandshrew level 11

 Pewter Gym Leader Brock
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|   Pokemon    |  Level  |
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|   Geodude    |    12   |             
|    Onix      |    14   |
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This battle isn't a hard one. If you choose Bulbasaur/Squirtle you
have type advantages here. Using your starter alone should be sufficient
here. If you win the battle, Brock will give you TM 39 Rock Tomb. In
addition to that, you will be given a TM case as well.

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/ TM Case \
=========================================================================
=========================================================================

The TM Case is one of the new features in this game. Unlike in previous
games where you have a specific sections in your backpack for TMs and
HMs, your backpack in Pokemon Fire Red/Leaf Green is divided into three
sections. You have the general items backpack for your potions and
Rare Candies. The Balls section for all your Pokeball, and lastly the key
items section where it contains the items necessary to progress in the
game. The TM Case could be found here after you've obtained it. The TM
case will allow you to store TM and HM. To use the TM case, just go to
the key items section in your backpack, and choose the TM case.
=========================================================================


Now heal your Pokemon and head East to route 3. There's another
Professor Oak's aide there. He will give you a running shoes. The running
shoes will enable you to srint through terrains. It can be used
everywhere except inside buildings. To use the running shoes, hold the "B"
button and press the directional pad. Here in route 3, you'll find some
trainers. Go through the Northern part of the route, and fight the trainers
while you're building up your Pokemon levels. Continue on until you see a
Pokemon Center. Here, heal your Pokemon for there is another cave ahead.
there's a man selling a Magikarp for a "mere" 500 poke. a ripoff,
considering Magikarp knew nothing but splash. Of course, if you have the
time to train it until it evolves, the investment is worthwhile. In any case
it's time to head for Mt Moon.


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E. Mt Moon & Clefairy
======================

It's now time to enter Mt Moon. From entrance, head up and turn right.
Continue going  right until you come to a junction. Take the left path
until you can't go anymore, and go down. You will see a ladder leading
down here, but do not go down. Go pass the ladder, and continue to
follow the path. You should see another ladder with a hiker circling
around it. Now use this ladder to go down.

From here, follow the path until you see another ladder. You'll end up
in a bigger chamber now. Head down the stairs that you see when you emerge
from the ladder. There should be a team rocket there. Now, go up the
stairs and continue along the path. There aren't any junctions and turns
along the way, so just follow the path until you saw another member of
team rocket. You're left with no choice but to defeat him this time.
Defeat him and proceed on straight. There's a hidden moonstone on the
dead-end on the right. Anyway, go straight and fight the super nerd
guarding the two fossils.

Super Nerd
Battle:
Grimer lvl 12
Voltorb lvl 12
Koffing lvl 12

An easy battle, if you have Sandshrew, or even Nidoking. Ground attack
works well for Grimer and Voltorb. In my opinion, this battle is even
easier than the previous team rocket battle. you should have no problem
handling the super nerd.

After you've beaten the super nerd, you could have one of the two
fossils. The Dome fossil could be regenerated into Kabuto and the Helix
fossil could be turned into an Omanyte. To revive these two fossils, head
to Cinnabar Island. After you've picked up one of the fossils, head left,
down the stairs and down the ladder. Continue on, and soon you'll emerge
in route 4.

From here, it doesn't matter which way you go. However, you might want
to head for your right. There are two blackbelts there which could teach
your Pokemon Mega Punch and Mega Kick. In any case, head East until you
arrive at the next town - Cerulean City


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F. Cerulean City - Water Power
================================

Heal your Pokemon, and stock up your items. After that, head for
the gym.

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Pokemart|
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Cerulean Pokemart - Item list |
Pokeball         200          |
Super Potion     700          | 
Potion           300          |
Antidote         100          |
Paralyz Heal     200          | 
Awakening        250          |
Burn Heal        250          |
Escape Rope      550          |
Repel            350          |
------------------------------

If you've captured a Pikachu earlier this battle would be perfect
for it. The gym itself is pretty straightforward, there aren't any
puzzles here. Fight the two junior trainers, and once you're done
with them it's time to fight Misty.

Swimmer (M)
Pokemon:
Horsea level 16
Shellder level 16

Cerulean Gym Jr Trainer
Pokemon:
Goldeen lvl 19

Cerulean Gym Leader Battle: Misty
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|   Pokemon    |  Level  |
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|   Staryu     |    18   |             
|   Starmie    |    21   |
 ========================

Two words: Water Pulse. That's pretty much sums up what you are going
to face. The Water Pulse attack would be your biggest trouble against
them. Staryu is relatively easy, but Starmie is a challenge even for
Electric Pokemon if you haven't levelled up enough. Bulbasaur users
shouldn't find much problem, although it's good luck to Charmander users
if they didn't levelled up high enough. Take no chance and use your
strongest attack everytime. After the battle, Misty will give you the
Cascade badge as well as TM 03 - Water Pulse.

Now you're done with the gym leader, it's time to head north to the
Nugget Bridge. Here, you'll fight your rival once more.

Rival Battle # 3
Pokemon:
If you choose Bulbasaur:
Pidgeotto level 17
Rattata level 15
Abra level 16
Charmander level 18

If you choose Charmander:
Pidgeotto level 17
Rattata level 15
Abra level 16
Squirtle level 18

If you choose Squirtle:
Pidgeotto level 17
Rattata level 15
Abra level 16
Bulbasaur level 18

Nothing too hard here. Pidgeotto could be challenge, but Ratatta and
Abra could be taken care of quite easily. As for your rival's starter,
you should have no problem if you have a Pokemon with type advantage
over them. If you managed to defeat him, you'll get the voice checker.
It could be found in the key items section of your bag.

It's time for the Nugget Bridge challenge now. You'll fight 5 trainers
here. (not consecutively). they should be taken care of quite easily,
considering you make it this far. At the end of the nugget bridge, you'll
be awarded a nugget. Useless, but it could sell for 5000 in the Pokemart.
From the Nugget bridge. Head eastward. There will be a kind of mini maze
here with some trainers. You should have no problem getting past them.
Moves on until you see a house. It's Bill House. The path behind the
house is gone in this game though, so no Bulbasaur Garden, Charmander
Field, and Squirtle Lake;). Once you enter the house, you'll see a
Clefairy. Talk to it, and it will tell you that he is actually a human
(yeah right). In any case, heas for the PC. You have no choice but to
help him this time. Soon, a human pops up from the transporter machine
- It's Bill!. As a reward for your help, he'll give you the S.S. Ticket.
Time for the high seas now.

Head back to Cerulean City, go to the house at the North-Eastern corner
of the city. Earlier, you might have notice that a policeman was
blocking the way. Go inside the ransacked house, and go out through the
back door. Here you will fight another Team Rocket member. If you
managed to defeat him, you'll get Tm 28 - Dig.

Team Rocket Battle
Pokemon:
Machop level 17
Drowzee level 17

Head south alongside the town to route 5 now. Continue going south
until you see a small building on the right. This is the underground pass
to Vermillion City. Head down the underground pass, and you'll find
yourself in route 6. There not much to do in this route. There's some
wild Pokemon and a few trainers. In any case head south until you arrive
in a city.


============================================
G. Vermillion City - The Sea and the Surge
============================================

First thing first, you'll notice that you can't go to the gym. You'll
need to have to teach your Pokemon cut HM. Now, head to the dock for the
SS Anne. If you've gotten the SS ticket from Bill earlier, you should be
able to enter the ship. Once you eter the S.S. Anne, head left and take
the stairs down. From here head down until you can't go any further and
head right. Soon, you'll meet your rival once more, and another battle
will ensue.

Rival Battle # 4
Pokemon:
If you choose Bulbasaur
Pidgeotto level 19
Raticate leve l 16
Kadabra level 17
Charmeleon level 20

If you choose Charmander
Pidgeotto level 19
Raticate leve l 16
Kadabra level 17
Wartortle level 20

If you choose Squirtle
Pidgeotto level 19
Raticate leve l 16
Kadabra level 17
Ivysaur level 20

After the battle head straight to the captain's dock. Here, you'll see
the captain vomiting to a trash bin. Walk up to him and talk to him.
He'll be grateful for you helping him and as a reward HM 01 is now
yours. You might want to stick in the ship a little bit longer, since
if you leave now, the ship will set sails. Once you're done, get off
the ships and watch as the SS.Anne sails away.

Before you proceed any further, you might want to visit the Pokemon 
Center. Here, there's a girl by the counter. Talk to her to get the 
VS seeker, The VS seeker is one of the new features in this game. By
using this device, you will be able to battle trainers you have fought
previously. To use this device, go to your key items pack and select
VS seeker near a trainer. Talk to the trainer again, and you'll be
able to fight them again. There are no limit on the number of times
you can use this device, although each usages require you to walk
100 steps to recharge it.   

Now that you've got the HM 01. You can cut away the tree blocking
Vermillion gym. Head for the gym and defeat the junior trainers.
The Gym Leaders room are blocked by two rays of lasers though. To get
past to the room you need to press the switch that could be found in
the trash bins filling the gym. The location are random, but the second
switch is always next to the first switch. Bearing this in mind, it
should be  easier to solve the puzzle. Once you're done, head to the
gym leader room and talk to Lt Surge.


Sailor
Pokemon:
Pikachu Level 21
Pikachu Level 21

Engineer
Pokemon:
Voltorb Level 21
Magnemite Level 21

Gentleman
Pokemon:
Pikachu Level 23

Gym Leader Battle: Lt Surge
 ========================
|   Pokemon    |  Level  |
 ========================
|   Voltorb    |    21   |             
|   Pikachu    |    18   |
|   Raichu     |    24   |
 ========================

Ground or Rock attacks work best here. Overall, the battle isn't really
that hard. You'll be given the Thunderbadge and TM 24 - Thunderbolt
once you defeat Lt Surge. Now with three badges in your hand its time
to head for the next town. However, before you leave make sure you check
out the Pokemon Fan Club HQ at the Western part of the city. Talk to
its president, and you'll be given a bike coupon that you can exchange
for a bike in Cerulean Bike Shop. Beside the Pokemon Fan Club, there's
a little girl who want to trade a Farfetch D for Spearow. Lastly, stock
up on potions and other healing items.

--------
Pokemart|
--------------------------------
Vermillion Pokemart - Item list |
Pokeball         200            | 
Super Potion     700            |
Potion           300            |
Antidote         100            |
Paralyz Heal     200            |
Awakening        250            |
Ice Heal         250            |  
Escape Rope      550            |
Repel            350            |
--------------------------------


===========================
H. Rock Tunnel and Onwards
===========================

Now, it's time to head for the Rock Tunnel. Before that though, head
east from Vermillion City to route 11. You'll see a cave here - Diglett
cave, full of Diglet and Dugtrio. Go through the tunnel, and you'll end
up in route 2 again. Head South and enter a building. You'll see another
Professor's aide there. Talk to him, and if you've captured 10 or more
Pokemon he'll give you HM 05 - Flash.

Now that you've gotten Flash, make your way back to Cerulean City.
Exchange the bike coupon for a bike if you want. Head East to route 9,
and keep going on east fighting the trainers along the way until you see
a Pokemon Center. Heal your Pokemon, and make sure that you teach Flash
to one of your Pokemon. In this Pokemon Center, you will see another
Professor Aide. If you have more than 20 POkemon, he'll give you an
everstone which is a hold item to prevent your Pokemon from evolving
Now it's time to head for Rock Tunnel.

Rock Tunnel

First Floor
Head South passing through the scientist, and follow the path, go down
the ladder.

Basement 1
Head down and turn left. Now, keep on walking and turn at the first
junction you see. Follow the path and you should see a ladder. Climb the
ladder

First Floor (part II)
Here, just go down and around the room. You should be able to see the
ladder you should climb down.

Basement 1 (part II)
Keep on heading east until you can go no further. Now head North
passing through another scientist. Climb the ladder up.

First Floor (Part III)
Head down, and go east, you should be able to find the exit of the
cave.

Just continue on along the route, and soon you'll arrive at Lavender
Town.


==================================
I. Lavender Town and Team Rocket
==================================

Lavender Town is the home to the Pokemon Tower, a Pokemon cemetery. If
you try to enter the tower at this moment, you will only meet ghosts
there. We need an item to identify them before you can proceed through.

--------
Pokemart|
-----------------------------
Lavender Pokemart - Item list|
Great Ball       600         |
Super Potion     700         |
Revive           500         |
Antidote         100         |
Paralyz Heal     200         |
Ice Heal         250         | 
Burn Heal        250         |
Escape Rope      550         |
Super Repel      500         |
-----------------------------

Exit the town through the Western exit to route 8. Continue going west
until you see one of those guard houses. Like those in Vermillion and
Cerulean, the guards won't allow you to pass through. So head Nort hand
enter the underground pass. Once youemerge from the underground pass,
you'll be in route 7. Celadon City is just a short distance away.

Once you're in Celadon City, heal your pokemon. Head to the center of
the town and enterthe game corner. Here, talk to the Team Rocket
members standing by the poster. He will fight you. Defeat him, and
proceed to press a hidden switch in the poster. a staircase in your
right will open.


Game Corner Basement

Head for Basement 3 now. Go left and you'll see a mini puzzle. Make
your way to the end of the puzzle, and take the stairs down to Basement
four. Here, go to the north-western part of the room. You'll see a team
rocket member here. Defeat him and he'll give you the lift key. Now
that you have the lift key, head back to Basement 2. There's another
puzzle similar to the puzzle that you encountered in basement 3. Make
your way to the end of the puzzle, and now that you have the lift key,
you can take the lift to basement 4. Once you steps out in basement 4,
you'll see two rocket guards standing by a locked door. Defeat them to
open the door. Head straight to face Giovanni, the leader of team
rocket. Once you've beaten Giovanni, you'll get the Silph Scope.

Now that you've gotten the Silph Scope, it's time to head back to
Lavender Town and rescue Mr.Fuji. Head back to the underground pass and
back to Lavender. Once you're in Lavender Town, heal your Pokemon and
make your way to the tower.

Pokemon Tower

First Floor
Nothing here, just a few people and the counter. Head for the stairs
to level 2

Second Floor
Once you try to continue, someone will come and interrupt you. It's
none other than your rival. Prepare your Pokemon for another rival
battle.

Rival Battle 5
If Bulbasaur is your starter
Pokemon:
Pidgeotto level 25
Gyarados level 23
Eggxecute level 23
Kadabra level 20
Charmeleon level 25

If Charmander is your starter
Pokemon:
Pidgeotto level 25
Growlithe level 23
Eggxecute level 23
Kadabra level 20
Wartortle level 25

If Squirtle is your starter
Pokemon:
Pidgeotto level 25
Gyarados level 23
Growlithe level 23
Kadabra level 20
Ivysaur level 25

Defeat him, and head left to go to the third floor.

Third Floor
Just head to your right for another staircase leading to the fourth
floor. You may want to battle the trainers along the way. There is
also an escape rope here.

Fourth Floor
Head right for another staircase. There are Ether and awakening here.
Grab them if you need.

Fifth Floor
Head right for the staircase. There's a square where you can heal
your Pokemon. Heal your Pokemon and proceed.

Sixth Floor
Head up and go aroung to the left. Once you reached a staircase, you'll
be taken into a battle against Ghost Marowak. Take note that you can't
capture this Marowak. After you've defeated the ghost Marowak, head
for the seventh floor.

Seventh Floor
There will be three rocket grunts along the way. Defeat them and talk
to Mr Fuji. You'll be transported to his house in Lavender Town after
the conversation. For your rewards in rescuing him, you'll be given a
pokeflute. Put that pokeflute aside for a while now. It's
time to head for Celadon city for the fourth badge.


==============================================
J. Celadon City - Plants, Flowers, and Grass
==============================================

As mentioned previously, head for Celadon City. You can go for the gym
now, but there are more things to do at the moment. First of all, Celadon
City is the home of the biggest Pokemart in Kanto region. You can buy
many items that are not on sale elsewhere. There are the elemental stone
that you'll need to evolve some Pokemon. Below are the price list for
the Pokemart.

--------
Pokemart|
----------------------------------------
Celadon Pokemart 2nd floor - Top counter|
TM 05           1500                    |
TM 15           7500                    |
TM 28           2000                    |
TM 31           3000                    | 
TM 43           3000                    |
TM 45           3000                    |
---------------------------------------- 

--------
Pokemart|
-------------------------------------------
Celadon Pokemart 2nd floor - Bottom counter|
Great Ball       600                       |
Super Potion     700                       |
Revive           500                       |
Antidote         100                       |
Paralyz Heal     200                       |
Awakening        250                       |
Ice Heal         250                       |
Burn Heal        250                       |
Escape Rope      550                       |
Super Repel      500                       |
-------------------------------------------

--------
Pokemart|
--------------------------
Celadon Pokemart 4th floor|
Pokedoll        1000      |  
Retro Mail        50      |
Fire Stone      2100      |
Thunder Stone   2100      |
Water Stone     2100      | 
Leaf Stone      2100      |
--------------------------

--------
Pokemart|
----------------------------------------
Celadon Pokemart 5th floor - Top Counter| 
Hp Up           9800                    |
Protein         9800                    |
Iron            9800                    |
Carbos          9800                    |
Calcium         9800                    |
Zinc            9800                    |
----------------------------------------                                

--------
Pokemart|
-------------------------------------------
Celadon Pokemart 5th floor - Bottom counter|
Great Ball       600                       |
Super Potion     700                       |
Revive           500                       |
Antidote         100                       |
Paralyz Heal     200                       |
Awakening        250                       | 
Ice Heal         250                       |  
Burn Heal        250                       | 
Escape Rope      550                       |
Super Repel      500                       |
-------------------------------------------

--------
Pokemart|
-------------------------------------------
Celadon Pokemart Rooftop - Vending Machines|
Fresh Water      200                       |
Soda Pop         300                       | 
Lemonade         350                       |
-------------------------------------------       

In addition to that, the game corner also provides some elusive prizes,
items and Pokemon alikes. The game corner is the only way to get Porygon.

The Celadon Mansion is another interesting building. Talk to the woman
on first floor to get a key items that will let you to go pass the
guard at Saffron city. If you tried to enter the mansion from the back
door and climb up to the rooftop, you'll be able to get Eevee. There are
also two move tutors in Celadon City. One could be found in the third
floor of the Pokemart. You can get him to teach your Pokemon Counter.
The other move  tutors could be found in the house in front of the game
corner. Talk to him and he'll teach your Pokemon Softboiled.

After you've done all the necessary thing, it's time to head for the
gym. Head to the southof the city. There will be a small tree that
could be cut. Use cut, and make your way to the gym.

The gym itself contains a lot of junior trainers. You might want to
battle them for some experience. Remember to stock up on the Antidotes
and paralyze heal though, or you'll be making continous trip back to
Pokemon Center. Erika the gym leader could be found in the middle of
the gym. Once you're done with all the preparations, talk to her.

Gym Leader Battle
 ========================
|   Pokemon    |  Level  |
 ========================
|  Victrebell  |    24   |             
|   Tangela    |    24   |
|  Vileplume   |    29   |
 ========================

Burn them if you have any fire Pokemon with you. If you've captured
a Growlithe earlier, take advantage of its ember attack. Alternatively
you can use psychic Pokemon for both Victreebell and Vileplume, since
they are also Poison Pokemon. Once you've beaten Erika, she'll give
you the fourth badge and a TM. With four badges in your hand, it's
time to head for Fuschia City for fifth badge. Before you leave the
city, you might want to visit the house in route 16 (acessible by
Cut) to get HM 02 - Fly. Fly will allow you to fly to all Pokemon
Centers that you've visited.

========================
K. Onwards to Fuschia
========================

From Celadon, there are two ways to go to Fuschia City. The first way is
going by the cycling road. You need a bicycle for this. The other and
the harder way, is to go south of Lavender town and travel through the
coast to Fuschia City.

If you choose to travel by the cycling road, read here:

From Celadon City, head west to route 16. Here you will notice a
sleeping Pokemon. Remember the Poke Flute from Mr Fuji earlier. Now with
Poke Flute, you can awaken this sleeping Pokemon. Approach the sleeping
Pokemon and use the Poke Flute you'll be taken to a battle with level 30
Snorlax. You need to either defeat/capture it to proceed with the game.
I would recommend capturing it, since there are only two Snorlax in the
game. After you defeat the Snorlax enter the house. If you've no bicycle,
the guard will not allow you to pass. In any case, exit the house and
you'll end up in cycling road. It's a breeze from here to Fuschia City.
The road goes downhill, and just keep riding southwards, and soon
you'll end up in Fuschia City.

If you choose the hard way:

Make your way to Lavender town, and from here head south to go to route
12. Here, just keep walking on the dock. Head south, fighting the
trainers along the way. Eventually, your way will be blcoked by a
sleeping Pokemon - Snorlax. If you remember, you've gotten a pokeflute
from Mr Fuji earlier. Use it against this sleeping Pokemon, and it will
wake up and attack you.

Pokemon Battle
Pokemon:
Snorlax lvl 30

This Pokemon is one of the two snorlax available in the game. You can
only catch or defeat it. Use some fighting Pokemon to deal the damage.
Status ailments will also come in handy if you want to capture this
Pokemon. Once you're done, keep heading south until you see a house.
This is the house of a fisherman. Talk to him, and he'll give you the
super rod. Super rod is the best rod in this game, and with this you'll
be able to capture most of the water Pokemon in the sea or lake. Now,
keep on heading south until you can go no more. From here, head west and
you should find yourself, in a maze-like area.

The maze shouldn't be hard to figure out. Once you get out of the maze,
head south and head wes tto route 15. From here, keep on heading west
fighting the trainers along the way until you see another city gate that
leads to Fuschia City.

================================
L. Fuschia City and Safari Zone
================================

Welcome to Fuschia City, home to Safari Zone. For more details about
the Safari Zone, check out the miscellaneous section of this walkthrough.
Beside the Pokemon Center, is the home of the move Deleter. If you want
to delete a move make sure you pay him a visit.

Meanwhile, below are the Pokemart list

--------
Pokemart|
-----------------------------
Fuschia  Pokemart - Item List|
Ultra Ball      1200         |
Great Ball       600         |
Super Potion     700         |
Revive          1500         | 
Full Heal        600         |
Max Repel        700         |
-----------------------------

In any case, head for the gym at the southern part of the town. The gym
is a tricky one. There's invisible wall all around the gym. You'll need
to configure your way through these invisible walls. Try to go around
the room from the right. The trainers could serve as a markers. In any
case you should reach Koga soon.

Fuschia Gym Leader Battle: Koga  
 ========================
|   Pokemon    |  Level  |
 ========================
|   Koffing    |    37   |             
|     Muk      |    39   |
|   Koffing    |    37   |
|   Weezing    |    43   | 
 ========================

This could prove to be a tricky battle. Psychic Pokemon is your best
bet against Koga. Ground attack will not work against Koffing and
Weezing due their abilities - Levitate, which made them immune to
ground attacks. Also, watch out for their self-destruct which could
hurt you if you only rely on one single Pokemon. To be save, get some
revives and antidotes for this battle. One or two good Psychic Pokemon
will be enough to win you the badge. Once you defeated Koga, he'll
give you the soul Badge as well as the most effective poisoning move
in the form of TM 06 - Toxic

After you've beaten Koga, now you could use Surf outside battle. Now
its time to find the HM. Now, head for the safari Zone. Look out for
the surfer's house (it's deep inside the safari zone). While you're at
the safari zone, also remember to pick up a Gold Teeth. Once you've
found the surfer house, enter, talk to him and HM 03 - Surf will be yours.
Now that you've gotten surf, it's time to get another HM. Now head for
the warden house at the Eastern part of the city. Remember the Gold tooth
you picked earlier. If you give it to him, he'll give you HM 04 strength
in exchange for the gold tooth. Now you have HM04 - Strength, you can
move boulders. Also, in the warden house there is a pokeball which is
inacessible earlier because of the boulder. Move the  boulder using
strength, and get the pokeball for a rare candy. Make sure you check
out the house beside the waden's. Here, talk to the fisherman for good
rod which will enable you to capture better water Pokemon.

Now, the game could be pretty much non-linear. With surf, you can go
for Cinnabar Island or you can go to Saffron City. In order to keep
things simple, we'll go to Saffron first.

===============================
M. Safron city and Silph Co
===============================

If you haven't get the key items from the woman in Celadon Mansion
earlier, it's time to get it. Once you've gotten the items, head to the
one of the Saffron gates. Here, the guards will ask you whether you will
give him a drink (the key items). Afterwards, he will let you pass.
You've arrived at Saffron City, the biggest city in the game. If you go
North, you'll notice that there are two gyms here. However only the
psychic gym will give you the badge. At the moment, there are team rocket
member blocking the way to the psychic gym. Now you have the choice
whether you want to go to Fighting Dojo  or head straight to Silph Co.

Before that, you might want to check out the Pokemart:

--------
Pokemart|
-----------------------------
Saffron  Pokemart - Item List|
Ultra Ball      1200         |  
Hyper Potion    1200         |
Revive          1500         |
Full Heal        600         | 
Escape Rope      550         |
Max Repel        700         |
-----------------------------

If you choose to go to the Fighting Dojo, bring some Psychic and Flying
Pokemon around. Here, there are 4 junior trainers. You will fight two of
the trainers each time consecutively. Once you're done with the trainers,
talk to the leader and a batlle will start.

Fighting Dojo Leader
Pokemon:
Hitmonlee lvl 30
Hitmonchan lvl 30

With Psychic/Flying Pokemon of sufficient level, this battle isn't hard
at all. If you're using flying Pokemon, beware of Hitmonchan thunderpunch.
For beating the leader, you'll be given a reward. A choice of either a
Hitmonlee or a Hitmonchan of your own.

Now, it's time to take care of Team Rocket. Head for the Silph Co
building now, the biggest building in the city. This building is full
of Team Rocket. Your ojective is to rescue the company's president. There
are 11 floor in this building, but you can't go directly to the 11th
floor. First of all, you need to get the card key in order to open some
of the doors. To get the Card Key, head to the 5th floor using the lift.
From here, go left and down all the way until you see a warp spot. Defeat
the scientist, and go past the warp, but not using it. Head to your right
and you should find an item containing a card key. Now that you've gotten
the card key, you'll be able to open up the door. Just walk around the
building for some cool items (Carbos, Protein, Calcium, etc). If you want
to save time, you might want to check out floor 8 where you can heal your
pokemon by sleeping one bed. Now it's time to continue. Head for the third
floor. Here, go down, and open the door using your card key. On the first
room, go to the warp tile and use it. You'll end up in the 7th floor,
where you can see a Silph Co employee together with the rival. If you
haven't fully healed your Pokemon yet, go back to level 8 and heal. Once
you've done this, it's time to face your rival.

Rival Battle 6
Pokemon:

If you choose Bulbasaur:

Pidgeot   lvl 37
Gyarados  lvl 35
Eggxecute lvl 35
Alakazam  lvl 35
Charizard lvl 40

If you choose Charmander:

Pidgeot   lvl 37
Growlithe lvl 35
Eggxecute lvl 35
Alakazam  lvl 35
Blastoise lvl 40

If you choose Squirtle:

Pidgeot   lvl 37
Growlithe lvl 35
Gyarados  lvl 35
Alakazam  lvl 35
Venusaur  lvl 40

After you manage to defeat your rival, talk to the Silph Co employee.
He'll give you Lapras a water Pokemon at leve l 25. Now, go to the other
warp spot. Use it, and you'll be transported to level 11. Here, there
will be a team rocket members, which you have no choice but to battle.
Once you defeat him, open the door and get ready to face Giovanni once
more.

Team Rocket Battle: Giovanni
Pokemon:
Nidorino   lvl 37
Rhyhorn    lvl 37
Kangaskhan lvl 37
Nidoqueen  lvl 41

Bring some Fighting and Psychic pokemon here. Psychic will come in
handy against Nidorino and Nidoqueen. A good fighting Pokemon should
be able to dismantle Rhyhorn and Kangasjhan easily. Now that you've
beaten Giovanni, talk to the president of Silph Co. As a reward for
saving Silph Co, he'll give you a Master Ball. Master Ball will allow
you to capture any Pokemon. It will definitely come handy against
the legendary Pokemon.

With Team Rocket taken care of, it's time to get back to track for
becoming a Pokemon master. It's time for the 6th badge. Head back to
the Psychic gym, you'll notice that you can go in now.

Here, you need to use the warp spot to reach Sabrina the gym leader.
Here is the way to do it. From the entrance, there is only one warp
point, so go there and use it. You'll end up in the South-Eastern
warp of a room. Now head left to the South-Western warp of the room.
Now you'll find yourself in a North-Eastern warp. Head to the South-
Western corner of the room again, and use the warp to transport
yourself to a south-eastern warp in another warp. Head up to take
the North-Eastern warp point. Here, you'll find yourself in the north
-eastern warp point in another room. Head to the South-West corner
of the room and use the warp point. Now you should be transported
to the gym leader's room.

Gym Leader Battle: Sabrina
 ========================
|   Pokemon    |  Level  |
 ========================
|   Kadabra    |    38   |             
|   Mr Mime    |    37   |
|   Venomoth   |    38   |
|   Alakazam   |    43   | 
 ========================

To old players, do you remember this gym in the original games.
Psychic Pokemon used to be the powerhouse in the original game. This
Gym was no exception. Battle against Sabrina was one of the thoughest
gym leader battle in the riginal R/B/Y. Not anymore. With the
split in Special categories, and some dark moves available in the
game, beating Sabrina should be easier now. Once you defeat Sabrina,
you'll get the Marsh Badge and TM 04 - Calm Mind.

It's time to head for Cinnabar now.


===============================
N. Cinnabar - The Fiery Island
===============================

Now, fly back to Pallet town. From here, head south of the town, and
use surf on the sea. From here, things are quite straight forward.
you only need to surf southwards, until you see an island.

This island is quite a small There's the gym, the Pokemart, the
Pokemon center, Cinnabar Mansion, a research center. You can go to the
research center to revive the fossils that you've got earlier on Mt
Moon. If you go to the gym, you'll notice that the door is locked.
It looks like we need the gym key here, so head to Cinnabar mansion
on the North-western part of the island. Get some items off the
Pokemart if you're short on them.

--------
Pokemart|
------------------------------
Cinnabar  Pokemart - Item List|
Ultra Ball      1200          |
Hyper Potion    1200          | 
Revive          1500          |
Full Heal        600          |
Escape Rope      550          | 
Max Repel        700          | 
------------------------------

Once you enter, head straight along the red carpet until you see a
stairs up. Go up and you'll be in level 2 now. From here, if you
choose to go up there will be trainer upstairs as well as some
interesting note about Mew. Anyway, from level 2, Press the switch
in the statue, so its eyes doesn't glow now. Head to the North-
western corner of the room, and take the stairs to level three.
Here, press the switch on the statue again. Go down, and you supposed
to see a scientist there. In any case, go through him and drop down
though the largest column. You'll find yourself in another section
of the first floor. Beat the trainer, and continue walking along
the room until you see a stairs down. Take the stairs, and you'll
end up in the basement of Cinnabar Mansion. From here, go to the room
on your left. There will be another switch here. Turned it on and
head back to the stairs. From the stairs, head North to the now
unlocked room. From here, head north until you see another statue.
Turn the switch on and head to your left. You should see a room
with some plants and an item on the center. Take the item, and
you'll find that it's the gym key. It's time to go out of the mansion
and head for the gym now.

This is an interesting gym. There are a lot of junior trainers here,
but you don't need to fight all of them. For once, you'll need to use
your Pokemon knowledge. Walk up to the machine located in the corner
of the room. It will ask you a Pokemon related question. If you get
it right, the door to the next room will open. Get it wrong, and the
trainer will fight you. Repeat this step until you get to the gym
leader. Here are the answers for the questions.

First question: Yes
Second question: No
Third question: No
Fourth question: No
Fifth question: Yes
Sixth question: No

Gym Leader Battle: Blaine
 ========================
|   Pokemon    |  Level  |
 ========================
|   Growlithe  |    42   |             
|    Ponyta    |    40   |
|   Rapidash   |    42   |
|   Arcanine   |    47   | 
 ========================

There's nothing hard here. A decent water Pokemon should be able to
take down Blaine easily. Defeat Blaine, and you'll get your 7th badge.
Now, there's only 1 more badge to go. Remember the locked gym in
Viridian City? It's now time to head back to Viridian. However, before
that you might want to head for the Rainbow islands. Right after you
get out of Cinnabar gym, Bill will come and ask you whether you want
to help him. You have the option to take up the offer or to decline
it. If you agree, a boat will come to pick you up. Now, go to the
Sevii Island section of the walkthrough. If you decline the offer,
it's time for Viridian City.


======================
O. Viridian Revisited
======================

Go back to Viridian City, Once you reached Viridian, head for the gym.
The puzzles in the gym would be familiar, since you've encountered them
before in Celadon's Game corner basement. No proze for guessing who's
the gym leader. In any case the puzzle isn't really that hard to figure
out. Once you've seen the gym leader, talk to him.

Gym Leader Battle: Giovanni
 ========================
|   Pokemon    |  Level  |
 ========================
|   Rhyhorn    |    44   |             
|   Dugtrio    |    42   |
|  Nidoqueen   |    44   |
|  Nidoking    |    45   |
|   Rhydon     |    50   | 
 ========================

Water Pokemon is your best friend for this fight. You should have no
problem beating them. If you have a water Pokemon, use a combination
of Rain Dance and Surf/Hydro Pump. Once you've defeated Giovanni, he'll
give you the Earth Badge. With 8 badges, you can go to the Pokemon Leauge.
Head West from Viridian, towards the Pokemon Leauge Building.


======================
P. Path to Victory
======================

From here, head towards the spot where you battle your rival earlier.
Here, he will fight you once more. Get ready your Pokemon and the battle
will start.

Rival Battle 7
Pokemon:

If you choose Bulbasaur as starter

Pidgeot lvl 47
Rhyhorn lvl 45
Kadabra lvl 47
Gyarados lvl 45
Exeggcute lvl 45
Charizard lvl 53

If you choose Charmander as starter
Pidgeot lvl 47
Rhyhorn lvl 45
Kadabra lvl 47
Growlithe lvl 45
Exeggcute lvl 45
Blastoise lvl 53

If you choose Squirtle as starter

Pidgeot lvl 47
Rhyhorn lvl 45
Kadabra lvl 47
Growlithe lvl 45
Gyarados lvl 45
Venusaur lvl 53

Quite possibly the hardest battle so far. Use Electric Pokemon as usual
on Pidgeot. Water Pokemon on Rhyhorn. If you have dark Pokemon use them
on Alakazam. Growlithe/Exeggcute are pretty much easier compared to the
others. Once you've defeated him, head West, enter the building. Here,
just go North passing through all the guards who ask you for the badges.
Keep doing so until you see an entrance for Victory Road.


Victory Road

Once you enter Victory Road, you'll see a boulder. Using a Pokemon with
Strength HM, push the boulder all the way to the switch on the right. Now,
head for the stairs and walk on until you see two stairs. There will be
a trainer along the way. The right stairs down lead to a Rare Candy and
TM 02. Head for the left stairs to continue. Walk on until you see a
ladder up. Fight the trainer beside it if you want.

Climb up the ladder. Here you'll see boulders again. Go to the boulders
at your south and push it towards the switch. Now, head for the stairs.
Go East all the way, fighting the blackbelt. Here, if you choose to go
down the stairs, you'll see a Pokeball containing TM 37. You also see
a switch here. In any case, go East all the way until you see a ladder
up.

Here, you'll see a boulder on top of you. Go to the boulders, and push
it North until it's one square away from the wall. From here, push the
boulder all the way to the West until you can't go further. You should
be able to see a switch by now. Drag the boulder to the switch. You
may want to take an item containing TM 50 - Overheat. Now, go back to
the ladder in this floor where you come from earlier. From here, head
up the stairs, and continue going West until you see another stairs down.
You should see two trainers side by side here. Go through past them,
and head East. Here, push the boulder down the hole. Jump down the hole,
and push the boulder all the way to the switch on the left. From here,
head up the ladder near the tamer. Here, there will be a 2 on 2 battle.
In an ycase, head for the other ladder and climb down. Fro mhere, just
head East for the exit. You'll find yourself out of Victory Road now.
From here, just head North for the Pokemon Leauge.


======================
Q. Elite Four
======================

Enter the building. Here, there are Pokemon Center as well as Pokemart.
Heal your Pokemon, and stock up one healing items such as revive and
max potions. Try to level up your Pokemon to level 50+, as it will help
you for the battle. Once you're ready, it's time to face the ELite Four.

--------
Pokemart|
------------------------------------
Pokemon Leauge  Pokemart - Item List|
Ultra Ball      1200                | 
Great Ball       600                |
Full Restore    3000                |
Max Potion      2500                | 
Revive          1500                | 
Full Heal        600                |
Max Repel        700                |
------------------------------------

Recommended types:
Water
Ice
Fire
Electric
Flying


Elite Four: Lorelei
Specialty: Ice
 ========================
|   Pokemon    |  Level  |
 ========================
|   Dewgong    |    52   |             
|   Cloyster   |    51   |
|   Slowbro    |    52   |
|    Jynx      |    54   |
|   Lapras     |    54   | 
 ========================

Electric Pokemon is your best friend for this battle. Fire wouldn't
be as effective here, considering that 4 out of those Pokemon are part
water. Use an electric Pokemon for Dewgong, Cloyster, Slowbro and
Lapras. Unleash your fire Pokemon against Jynx.


Elite Four: Bruno
Specialty: Fighting/Rock
 ========================
|   Pokemon    |  Level  |
 ========================
|    Onix      |    51   |             
|  Hitmonchan  |    53   |
|  Hitmonlee   |    53   |
|    Onix      |    54   |
|   Machamp    |    56   | 
 ========================

A Hydro Pump for both of the Onix should take care of them easily. As
for the rest of the Pokemon, a Flying Pokemon would be the perfect
choice for Hitmonchan, Hitmonlee and Machamp. Just be careful with
Hitmonchan thunder punch though.

Elite Four: Agatha
Specialty: Ghost/Poison
 ========================
|   Pokemon    |  Level  |
 ========================
|    Gengar    |    54   |             
|    Golbat    |    54   |
|    Haunter   |    53   |
|    Arbok     |    56   |
|    Gengar    |    58   | 
 ========================

In the past, ground Pokemon works well here, considering Gengar and
Haunter are part-poison. However, with their ability - Levitate, ground
moves are as good as useless here. Get a psychic Pokemon instead.
While Ghost moves are strong aginst Psychic, the double weakness of
Gengar and Haunter make up for it.

Elite Four: Lance
Specialty: Dragon
 ========================
|   Pokemon    |  Level  |
 ========================
|  Gyarados    |    56   |             
|  Dragonair   |    54   |
|  Dragonair   |    54   |
|  Aerodactyl  |    58   |
|  Dragonite   |    60   | 
 ========================

One of the harder battle. Gyarados could be taken care of easily with
Electric Pokemon. Unless you have an Ice Pokemon, prepare for a hard
battle with the Dragons. You might want to teach Ice Beam to your
Pokemon.

Champion: Blue
If Bulbasaur's your starter:
Pokemon:
Pidgeot
Alakazam
Rhydon
Exeggcutor
Gyarados
Charizard


If Charmander's your starter:
Pokemon:
Pidgeot
Alakazam
Rhydon
Arcanine
Exeggcutor
Blastoise


If Squirtle's your starter:
Pokemon:
Pidgeot
Alakazam
Rhydon
Arcanine
Gyarados
Venusaur

You last battle, and the last obstacle to become a Pokemon champion.
There's nothing really hard about this battle if you level up enough.
With Water, Electric and Fire Pokemon in your team, you should be able
to win this battle. Once you defeated Blue, Professor Oak will appear.
After a short dialogue, he'll take you to the Hall of Fame. Here, you
will see the ending, as well as the credits roll off the screen.

Now, wait until the credits are over, and try to continue your game.
You'll be back at Pallet Town. You might have beaten the Elite Four,
but there are stil a lot of things you can do. If you've captured
more than 60 Pokemon at this point, Oak will take you to his lab and
present you with the National Dex. National Dex could contains all the
Pokemon data, instead of only the original 151. With the National Dex,
you can capture Johto Pokemon in the game.


=================================
4. Walkthrough - Sevii Islands
=================================

Pokemon Fire/Leaf has brought us a new region to explore, the mystery
islands archipelago. In these Sevii islands, there are a few sidequests,
as well as the  appearance of Johto Pokemon.  The first three mystery
islands are accessible right after you've beaten the Cinnabar gym. The
rest will be available after you've beaten the elite four and obtain
the Rainbow Ticket.

It's easy to go to the Mystery Islands. Right after you beat Blaine
at Cinnabar gym, the mystery  islands are accessible. Get out of the
gym after you beat Blaine, and Bill  will be there. He'll ask you whether
you would like to come along with him. Say yes,  and a ferry will take
you away. You'll end up in a dock in One Island.

===================
A. One Island
===================

After you land on the dock, Bill will mention a few things about his friend 
Celio. After that, he'll take you to the Pokemon Center. Here, you'll be able 
to see a huge machines. Celio mentions that there are some problems with the
machine. While waiting for the machine to be fixed, Bill will ask for your
help to deliver a piece of meteorite for the man in Two Island. In addition
to the meteorite, Bill will also give you the Tri-Pass, which allow you to
take the ferry anywhere within One Island, Two Island and Three Island. 
Also, you'll be given a town map. Through this town map, you'll be able to
see the map of this region. 

Here, surf Northeast, you'll land on a grassy area. Not much to do here,
except battling some trainers. Make your way North, and you'll end up
in a Ember Spa. You can take a dip to heal your Pokemon here. Talk to
the man by the waterfalls, to get HM 06. HM 06 is Rock Smash, and by teaching
it to one of your Pokemon, you'll be able to smash those boulders blocking the 
way. 

After you've done so, head to the beach on the eastern part of the
island. From here, surf North until you see a hill up north. Here,
you could capture Moltres at the top of Mt Ember.

After you've entered the mountain, head left. Push the two boulders
away, head North and climb the stairs to the next level. Here, destroy
the rocks using rock smash. There are three stairs here, the right and
middle stairs led to a dead end. Climb the left stairs one level and
head west. You should be able to see a cave. Go in and continue your
journey.

Mt Ember

First Chamber
Pretty straightforward, just follow the path and you'll end up in the
next chamber.

Second Chamber
Just follow the path and climb the stairs, and you'll be in the next
one.

Third Chamber
Same as the first and second. This time, you'll find yourself out
in the open.

Now, go left and go up the stairs. There's a little puzzle involving
boulders and rocks on your right, but it's not that important. Solve
the items and grab the puzzle if you want,and make your way up
through the stairs. Here you'll find another boulder puzzle, which
shouldn't be that hard to figure out. Talk to Moltres and you'll be
taken  to a battle.

Wild pokemon battle:
Pokemon:
Moltres

Just like any other legendaries, Moltres is a tough nout to crack.
Try to put it to sleep or paralyze, and remember the golden rule of
saving your game before the battle.

At the south of the island, there's a Treasure beach where you can 
catch wild Persian. If you're looking for a Persian make your way 
there.

In addition to that,  after you've beaten the Elite Four and obtained
the National Dex from Professor Oak, another cave will opens up. Go back 
to the entrance of the Moltres mountain. Here, you'll see two team rocket 
members at your right. Walk up and go through a few dialogues and 
fight them. 

Team Rocket battle 1 
Rattata    lvl 35
Raticate   lvl 35
Sandshrew  lvl 35
Sandslash  lvl 35

Team Rocket battle 2 
Cubone     lvl 37
Marowak    lvl 37


After you defeat them, a cave should appear. Here, you'll be able to 
capture Slugma. Deep down the cave, there are also Braille's puzzles. 
This is a clue regarding Ruby and Sapphire - the two gems needed to 
fixed the machine. From here, climb the ladder and you'll be taken to a 
chamber where you can get Ruby. Give this Ruby to Scientist in Island 1 
for the Rainbow Ticket that allow you to go to Island 4-7.

===================
B. Two Island
===================

There's nothing much here compared to the first island. However, you'll
need to give the metorite to the man in the game corner. To do this, you'll 
need to rescue a little girl in Three Island first. Check out Island 3 section 
for more details. Before that you might want to check out the mart. 

--------
Pokemart|
-------------------------
Island 2 Mart - Item List|
Ultra Ball      1200     |
Great Ball       600     |
Lemonade         350     |
Soda Pop         300     | 
Fresh Water      200     | 
Moo Moo Milk     500     |
-------------------------

Once you're done, head back to the game corner. The man will mention something
about his daughter going missing. Halfway through the conversation, a biker
will interrupt you. Aftera few more scenes, the man will tell you to head
for Island 3. 

Now that you've rescued the little girl, you can play the mini games though 
the wireless link. Before you leave this island,  make sure you pay a visit 
to the move tutor north of the island at Cape Brink. She'll be able to teach 
your starter a new moves, an elemental version of Hyper Beam. Take note that 
your starter need to be the first Pokemon in your party to learn the moves.
The moves are certainly great additions to your starting Pokemon. 

The moves:

Name: Frenzy Plant
Type: Grass
Power: 150
Acc: 90
PP: 5

Name: Blast Burn
Type: Fire
Power: 150
Acc: 90
PP: 5

Name: Hydro Cannon
Type: Water
Power: 150
Acc: 90
PP: 5

===================
C. Three Island
===================

Once you land on this island, you'll notice a little girl surrounded by
bikers. If you tried to talk to the biker gang here, you'll notice that
you can't do anything. First, go back to Island 2. Enter the games house
on the eastern part of the island. Here, a man will tell you that his
daughter is currently on island 3. Halfway through the coversation, a
biker will come between you two. Now head back to Island 3.

Head to the town, and talk to to the Biker Gang. Remember the Winstrate
battle in Pokemon Ru/Sa. This would be a similar battles. You'll fight
4 consecutive battle against the biker gang.

Biker Gang 1
Pokemon:
Koffing lvl 37
Grimer lvl 37

Biker Gang 2
Pokemon:
Koffing lvl 38

Biker Gang 3
Pokemon:
Grimer lvl 38

Biker Boss
Pokemon
Weezing lvl 39
Muk lvl 39

Once you've beaten them, the man that you just rescued will give you a 
full restore. He'll also tell you that Lostelle, the man's daughter has
headed towards Bond Bridge. So heal your Pokemon and check out the pokemart,
before heading North towards Bond Bridge.

--------
Pokemart|
------------------------------
Island 3  Pokemart - Item List| 
Ultra Ball      1200          |
Hyper Potion    1200          |
Revive          1500          |
Full Heal        600          |
Escape Rope      550          |
Max Repel        700          |
------------------------------

Now, head to the West, and you'll find a grassy area.(you can find
Psyduck here). Continue on to the West, and cross the bridge to the
smaller western island.

From here, moves on to the West, and you'll find a forest. It's easy
to get lost in this mazy forest. Thus, cut will come handy in this forest 
since you could cut your way through the small trees, so take along a 
Pokemon  with Cut with you. Make your way to the end of the Forest, 
and you'll find the little girl you're supposed to rescue. There's 
some items along the way, including a PP Up.

Approach her, and you'll be taken to a battle with level 30 Hypno.
After you've won the battle, you'll be immediately transported to
Two Island and Lostelle will give you a berry as a reward for rescuing her, 
where the man will thank you, and now you can play the mini games.

Now, go back to One Island if you've not beaten the Elite four. Talk
to Bill and he'll take you back to Cinnabar Island. With the Tri-Pass, you
could go back to One-Three Islands by taking a ferry from Vermillion 
Harbor.

Once you have the National Dex, the Three Isle Path will be opened. From
the port, head a bit north until you see a cave. Previously, you will 
find that this cave is blocked. However, if you have gotten the National
Dex, you'll find that a path has been opened. Follow the path and talk
to the man for a nugget. Head out to the other exit of the cave, and
you'll find a small grassy area containing Johto Pokemon.  

==================
D. Four Island
==================

Island 4-7 aren't accessible right now. You'll need to to beat the
elite four first. Once you've beaten the Elite four, return to
Island 1. From here, surf North to Moltres mountain. Once you enter,
you should notice two team rocket members in your right. Defeat them
and a cave will open. Here, you'll be able to capture some Slugma.
Deep down the cave you could find an item called Ruby Plate. Take
this item back to the scientist in Pokemon Center in Island 1. He'll
give you the Rainbow ticket and told you to get him a Sapphire plate.
Now, you can go to Island 4-7 anytime you want.

Once you arrive on the island, you'll be greeted by a familiar figure
- your rival. He told you that he has gotten a Pokemon eggs, and
continue on to taunt you. Soon enough, he'll make his exit. Now you
are free to explore this island. This island is relatively small 
compared to the previous 4 island. Here, you could find a breeding 
center, where you can breed your Pokemon. In addition to that, there 
is also a cave where you can get the 7th HM - Waterfall

From the island, keep on heading North East until you see a cave. Many
will agree, that this looks like Seafoam Island, or Ice Path in Pokemon
G/S/C. There are some Swinubs here, so capture them if you want. In any
case, you're supposed to get the HM 07 - Waterfall here. To do so, head
North from the entrance, passing through the 4 by 4 ice squares. Here,
go down using teh ice second nearest to the wall. You'll land below in
a mini ice puzzle, those puzzles that you find at Pokemon G/s/C in Ice
Path. Head Down, and climb the ladder up. You'll end up in a room with
Pokeball. Take it to get HM 07. Teach the HM to one of your Pokemon,
and go back to the cave entrance. Here, go up the waterfall and head
down the ladder. You'll end up in a section with a cave openings. Go
into the cave opening, and you'll see Lorelei with Team Rocket.
Approach them to come to Lerelei's aid, and you'll be take n to a battle
with one of the Team Rocket members.

Team Rocket Battle
Pokemon:
Zubat lvl 38
Zubat lvl 38
Golbat lvl 38

An Electric or Ice Pokemon should take care of the opponent's Pokemon
here. Once you've defeated him, team Rocket will leave. Talk to Lorelei,
and once you're done you might want to head for Island 6.

Before you leave,  you might want to stock up items from the 
pokemart.

--------
Pokemart|
------------------------------
Island 4  Pokemart - Item List|
Ultra Ball      1200          | 
Full Restore    3000          | 
Max Potion      2500          |
Revive          1500          |
Ice Heal         250          | 
Full Heal        600          |
Escape Rope      550          |
Max Repel        700          |
------------------------------


==================
E. Five Island
==================

You think that's all to the game?

Maybe not.

In island 5, you will encounter Johto Pokemon such as Hoppip and
Sentret, and that's not all. There are more Johto Pokemon in the
Archipelago.

Johto Pokemon aside, this island also contains a few interesting things.
Unlike the fourth island, the fifth island is quite large, and you can
find some rocket minions here.

Meanwhile, on the Southern Part of the Island you can find Team
Rocket's building. You need to go to Island 6 first before you can
go in this building. If you go to the North-East of the island, you will
find an old man who gives you Togepi's egg.

If you surf North to the island, you'll eventually reach an empty house.
From here, head Eas to a cave. This cave resemble a maze. Not much to
here, beside the fact that you can get to the girl living in the empty
house you've visited earlier. Here are the correct order of the direction
you have to take in order to reach the girl:

right, up, down, down, right, right, left, down, right, up.

Once you see her, she'll fight you.

Pokemon Trainer Battle
Pokemon:
Persian lvl 49
Persian lvl 49

An easy battle, a fighting Pokemon should do the trick. After the battle,
talk to her again and she'll bring you to the house. Here, she'll ask to
see random Pokemon. Put that Pokemon she requested in the first spot of
your party, and she'll give you random prizes.

On the Southern part of the Five Island, is a stone memorial. Give 
a lemonade to the boy in exchange of something. In addition to that, you 
can also pick the item nearby for a metal coat.


==================
F. Six Island
==================

Another huge island to explore. Heal your Pokemon and stock up on
healing items.

--------
Pokemart|
------------------------------
Island 6  Pokemart - Item List|
Ultra Ball      1200          |
Full Restore    3000          |
Max Potion      2500          | 
Revive          1500          |
Full Heal        600          |
Escape Rope      550          |
Max Repel        700          |
Dream Mail        50          |
------------------------------

From the town, head East and south to the grassy area. Here, make
your way to the grassy area. heading south. Soon, you'll come to a
cave sealed with metal door. Along the way, you can pick up a Solar
Stone. A useful item if you want to evolve your Gloom to Bellosom.

If you read the incription written on it, it's in braille just like
the Regi caves in Ruby/Sapphire. Anyway, use cut on the door to open
it. Here, you will see a hole once you enter the cave. Drop down the
hole, and you'll land in a room with 4 holes. If you drop down on
the right holes, you'll be taken to another similar room. If you
choose the wrong one, you'll be transported back to the ground level.
Anyway, Here are the order of the right holes. : North, West, East,
South. Below are graphical solution for clearer picture.

Once you go down the hole, you are in a room like this:

-----1-----
-----------
2----P----3
-----------
-----4-----

P = Plate

So, just follow the numbers


If you've done this right, you'll land in a chamber with a blue
gems in the middle of the room. Approach it, and a scientist will
snatch it away. It's time to head back for Five Island.

Go back to the Team Rocket building. You should be able to enter once
you've done the things mentioned above. Here, you'll be able to see
the same kind of puzzle you can find in Game Corner's basement. So,
go through around it and you'll be able to meet the scientist soon.
Before that though, you'll have to get past two team rocket members.

Team Rocket Admin 1
Pokemon:
Muk lvl 52
Vileplume lvl 52
Arbok lvl 52

Team Rocket Admin 2
Pokemon:
Golbat lvl 53
Weezing lvl 54
Houndoom lvl 55

Rocket Scientist
Pokemon:
Voltorb lvl 49
Electrode lvl 49
Magnemite lvl 46
Porygon lvl 46
Magneton lvl 46

Once you've defeated him, you'll have the blue gem back. Go back to
island 1 Pokemon Center and gives it to the guy by the huge machine
to get the machine repaired. With the machine repaired, now you can
challenge the elite four once more, or you can try to go to the
Unknown Dungeon.

On the North of the island, is the transformation caves, a cave filled
with Zubat.

===================
G. Seven Island
===================

Another island to explore. Heal your Pokemon at the Pokemon Center
and stock up on the healing items at the Pokemart.

--------
Pokemart|
------------------------------
Island 7  Pokemart - Item List|
Ultra Ball      1200          |
Great Ball       600          | 
Full Restore    3000          |
Max Potion      2500          |
Hyper Potion    1200          |
Revive          1500          |
Ice Heal         250          |
Full Heal        600          |
Escape Rope      550          |
Max Repel        700          |
------------------------------

From the town, head south west past the grassy area to a cave. There's
a boulders puzzle here. You need to push the boulders to fill all the
gap in the floor.

Anyway, here's the way to solve the puzzle. Push the middle of the
upper boulder straight up until it fill the gap at the northern most
corner of the room. As for the two upper boulders left, push them
to the middle to where the middle upper boulder originally stood.
From here, push them up two squares, and push it to either left or
right to fill the gap. Do the same with the other boulder.

As for the lower boulders, push the two nearer to the exit to the
side against the wall. Push these two boulders up, filling the gaps
nearest to the exit. The rest of the boulders should be easy, push
them up to the original posistion of middle-upper boulder and push
them to the side. If you've done all of this correctly, an earthquake
will happen.

From the cave, head south until you find a place to surf. Surf
along the region, and you'll find various ruins containing Unown.
There are 7 ruins in total, each corresponding with colors. Each
ruins have their own names, and there are 28 unown in total.


Once you're done capturing the Unown, head back to the town. Head
North and surf to the northern island. Here, you'll find the Trainer
Tower. Check out the miscellaneous section for more info on trainer
tower.

====================
H. Ho-oh and Lugia
====================
You'll need a special ticket to get to these island. There's nothing
here but a cave. However, this cave contains two legendary Pokemon.
Enter the cave. Head straight for the ladder and climb it down Now take
another ladder down. Continue heading straight until you come to a
junction. Now there are two choices. The left path takes you to the top
of the island. The right path takes you to underground.

If you choose the left path, you'll eventually meet a level 70 Ho-oh.

If you choose the right path you'll eventually meet a level 70 Lugia.


Ho-oh and Lugia will have Sunny Day and Rain Dance respectively,
making this battle harder. If you still have a master ball, you might
want to consider using it on one of the Pokemon. Once you've beaten/
captured Ho-oh, use itemfinder on the spot where it used to be for a
sacred ash.

===================
I. Deoxys
===================
At the South-eastern corner of the third island map, there is a small
island with Deoxys on it.

There will be a triangle puzzle you need to solve to get into battle
against Deoxys. If you press the triangle, it will move randomly. Now
you need to get to the triangle and press against it in as few steps as
possible. If you did not do this properly, the triangle will move back to
its original position. If you do the puzzle correctly, it will glow hot
gradually. Once you've move the triangle enough, the ground will shake,
and the triangle will be shattered into pieces. Soon you'll see Deoxys
descending down the sky.

Deoxys will be at level 30. It has different sprites in the different
versions of the game if you managed to capture it.

 _____________
/Pokemon Info \
====================================================================
Deoxys
====================================================================

Deoxys is one of the Ru/Sa pokemon that could be found in Pokemon
Leaf/Green. In each of these games, beside having different sprites,
they have different stats as well as moves. Below are the list of
Deoxys in Pokemon Ru/Sa, Fire Red and Leaf Green.

Pokemon Ru/Sa Deoxys
HP: 50
Attack: 150
Defense: 50
Speed: 150
Sp Attack: 150
Sp Defense: 50
Moves:
Leer            -
Wrap            -
Night Shade     5
Teleport       10
Knock Off      15
Pursuit        20
Psychic        25
Snatch         30
Cosmic Power   35
Recover        40
Psycho Boost   45
Hyper Beam     50

Pokemon Fire Red Deoxys
HP: 50
Attack: 180
Defense: 20
Speed: 150
Sp Attack: 180
Sp Defense: 20
Moves:
Leer            -
Wrap            -
Night Shade     5
Teleport       10
Taunt          15
Pursuit        20
Psychic        25
Superpower     30
Cosmic Power   35
Zap Cannon     40
Psycho Boost   45
Hyper Beam     50

Pokemon Leaf Green Deoxys
HP: 50
Attack: 70
Defense: 160
Speed: 90
Sp Attack: 70
Sp Defense: 160
Moves:
Leer            -
Wrap            -
Night Shade     5
Teleport       10
Knock Off      15
Spikes         20
Psychic        25
Snatch         30
Iron Defense   35
Amnesia        40
Recover        45
Psycho Boost   50
Counter        50
Mirror Coat

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

=====================
5. Miscellaneous
=====================

====================
A. Game Corner
====================

The Game Corner is located in Celadon City. In order to play in the game
corner, you have to get the coin case first. To obtain the coin case,
go to the restaurant south of Celadon. Talk to the man at the table, and
he'll give you coin case. Now, go back to the game corner. You can buy
some coins and play the game now.

Just like Pokemon Red and Blue, the game corner only contains one type
of game - the slot machine. You have the option on the number of coins
you want to use. using only 1 coin will only count the jackpot at one
horizontal line. Using 2 coins will enable you to get the prize from all
the horizontal lines. Using 3 coins will enable you to get the jackpot
from all the horizontal and diagonal line. Once you have enough coins,
you might want to check out the building beside the game corner. There,
you can exchange your coins for prizes ranging from Pokemon to items.
Below are the prize list:


Left Counter
Smokeball         800 coins
Charcoal          1000 coins
Mystic water      1000 coins
Miracle seed      1000 coins
Yellow Flute      1600 coins

Middle Counter
Abra               120 coins
Clefairy           750 coins
Pinsir            2500 coins
Dratini           4600 coins
Porygon           6500 coins

Right Counter
TM 13              4000 coins
TM 23              3500 coins
TM 24              4000 coins
TM 30              4500 coins
TM 35              4000 coins

In addition to that, you can find a photo booth at the far bottom-right
corner of the game corner. This photo booth allow you to change the way
your Pokemon look on the back of your trainer card. There are 4 options
available. Each shoot cost you 50 poke.

Normal: Normal mode, your Pokemon appears wit hall the correct colours.
Silhouette: Silhoutte mode, your Pokemon appears as shadow.
Pink??: Your Pokemon appears in single pink color.
Grayscale: Grayscal mode, only gray, white and black.


===================
B. Power Plant
===================
The power Plant is located in route 10. To get there, fly to Rock Tunel
Pokemon Center. From there, head north and use surf. Soon you'll arrive
at the power plant. The place  is full of electric Pokemon, and some of
the pokeballs that you find in this place are actually Voltorb and
Electrode. The main attraction of this place would be Zapdos though.
Here how to get to Zapdos:

From the entrance:

Up, up, right, down, down, right, up, left, up, left, down, left, up,
left, down

If you've done this correctly, you should be able to see Zapdos. Talk
to it to go to battle against Zapdos. Zapdos will be at level 50. Make
sure you stock up on Ultraballs.


===================
C. Safari Zone
===================

The Safari Zone could be found in Fuschia City. Head North of the City,
and you'll see  a kind of animal enclosure. It cost 500 to play, and
you'll be given 30 safari balls. The game ends when you leave the place,
runs out of time (600 steps), or runs out of safari balls. What unique
about this place would be the fact that you don't weakened your
opponent with your Pokemon. You'll need to use rocks or baits, and
safari balls is the only pokeballs you can use here. However, the
rewards are worth it. You can catch rare Pokemon such as Chansey,
Kangashkan and Dratini which could not be found elsewhere.


List of Safari Zone Pokemon:

Nidoran M
Nidorino
Nidoran F
Nidorina
Paras
Parasect
Eggxexute
Doduo
Dratini
Psyduck
Chansey
Kangashkan
Scyther


===================
D, Unknown Dungeon
===================

After you've beaten the elite four and fixed the machine in Island 1,
you can go to the Unknown Dungeon. To get there, head North from Cerulean
City to Nugget Bridge. Once you've crossed the bridge. head left instead
of the usual path to Bill's house. Here, use Surf down and follow the
path until you see a cave. You've arrived at the unknown Dungeon.

The dungeon is filled with powerful Pokemon ranging from level 40-50+.
Make sure you take your strongest Pokemon with you. At the end of the
dungeon, you will find another legendary Pokemon - a level 70 Mewtwo.

Unknown dungeon Pokemon:
Electrode
Wobbuffet
Magneton
Ditto
Kadabra


============================
E. Elite Four - second Wave
============================

Once you've fixed the machine in Island 1, you can fight the Elite four
once more. However, this time they have stronger and different Pokemon.
Just like your first time battling the elite four, heal your Pokemon
and stock up on healing items. Once you're done with the preparations,
it time for the Elite Four once more.

Elite Four: Lorelei
Specialty: Ice
 ========================
|   Pokemon    |  Level  |
 ========================
|   Dewgong    |    64   |             
|   Cloyster   |    63   |
|  Pilloswine  |    63   |
|    Jynx      |    66   |
|   Lapras     |    66   | 
 ========================


Electric Pokemon for Dewgong, Cloyster and Lapras should do the job. For
Pilloswine and Jynx, your best bet is to use a fire Pokemon. This battle
should be the easiest among the Elite four. Level up more if you have
trouble defeating Lorelei.


Elite Four: Bruno
Specialty: Fighting/Rock
 ========================
|   Pokemon    |  Level  |
 ========================
|   Steelix    |    65   |             
|  Hitmonchan  |    65   |
|  Hitmonlee   |    65   |
|   Steelix    |    66   |
|   Machamp    |    68   | 
 ========================

Not much of a change here, except that Bruno's two Onix have evolved to
Steelix. Fire Pokemon will come in handy here, as Steelix is a steel
Pokemon. As for Hitmonchan, Hitmonlee and Machamp, Flying Pokemon is
the most reliable for this task.

Elite Four: Agatha
Specialty: Ghost/Poison
 ========================
|   Pokemon    |  Level  |
 ========================
|    Gengar    |    66   |             
|    Crobat    |    66   |
| Misdreavous  |    65   |
|    Arbok     |    68   |
|    Gengar    |    70   | 
 ========================

Only two Gengar remains, and Agatha has added Misdreavous to the teams.
Just stick with Psychic Pokemon, and you shoudl be fine. Misdreavous
will be the hardest among the five. You should have no problem beating
Agatha though.


Elite Four: Lance
Specialty: Dragon
 ========================
|   Pokemon    |  Level  |
 ========================
|  Gyarados    |    68   |             
|  Kingdra     |    66   |
|  Dragonair   |    66   |
|  Aerodactyl  |    70   |
|  Dragonite   |    72   | 
 ========================

You'll need Ice and Electric for this. Gyarados and Kingdra could be
gunned downed using a good electric Pokemon. The Dragon will be taken
care of using Ice. After Beating Lance, it's time to square off with
Blue once more.


Champion: Blue
Pokemon:
If you choose Bulbasaur:
Heracross    lvl 72
Alakazam     lvl 73
Tyranitar    lvl 72
Gyarados     lvl 73
Exeggcutor   lvl 73
Charizard    lvl 75

If you choose Charmander:
Heracross   lvl 72
Alakazam    lvl 73
Tyranitar   lvl 72
Exeggcutor  lvl 73
Arcanine    lvl 73
Blastoise   lvl 75

If you choose Squirtle:
Heracross lvl 72
Alakazam  lvl 73
Tyranitar lvl 72
Gyarados  lvl 73
Arcanine  lvl 73
Venusaur  lvl 75

There's three different possibilities here, depending on the starter
that you choose. Your rival has added Heracross and Tyranytar in his
team. Heracross is easier to dealt with, as flying Pokemon would do
the job. Tyranytar is a bit trickier. It could use a sandstorm that
will hurt your Pokemon, and it knows Electric moves as well. The
rest of the Pokemon shouldn't be a problem. USe the same strategy
you used earlier, and you're on your way to victory. Once you've
beaten Blue, Professor Oak will come again. You'll be taken to the
hall of fame, and the credits will roll once more.


====================
F. Trainer Tower
====================

Trainer Tower is located in Island 7,and it's only accessible after
you've beaten the Elite four and get the Rainbow ticket. Here, you'll
be fighting a series of battle. Each tries are timed, and you can see
your time record on the signboard by the counter. Below are a quick
outlook on the battle tower. Unlike the battle tower in Pokemon Crystal,
or Pokemon Ruby/Sapphire, thre are no fixed requirements. You're free
to enter at any level. You opponents Pokemon level are determined by
the highest level of Pokemon in your party.

First Floor
On your left is the Pokemon Center, on your right is the Pokemart. Go
to the center to begin the challenge.

Second Floor
Here, there will a trainer. He will use two Pokemon.

Trainer Battle 1
Pokemon:
Raticate lvl ???
Golbat lvl ???

Third floor
In this floor, it's two on two battle

Trainer Battle 2 (2 on 2)
Pokemon:
Marowak lvl ???
Slowbro lvel ???

Fourth Floor
You'll face a "triple threat" match here. You'll fight three trainers
consecutively. There are no breaks in between.

Trainer Battle 3
Pokemon:
Primeape lvl ???

Trainer Battle 4
Pokemon:
Venomoth lvl ???

Trainer Battle 5
Pokemon:
Dodrio lvl ???

Fifth Floor
There's Another trainer here.

Trainer Battle 6
Pokemon:
Sandslash lvl ???
Arbok lvl ???

====================
G. Fossils
====================

In Pokemon Ruby/Sapphire, you can ressurect fossils to either Lileep/
Armaldo. The same goes for Pokemon Fire Red/Leaf Green. There are
three fossils in the game, but you can get two in each game. The first
fossil could be found in Mt Moon. After you defeated a super nerd,
he'll give you a choice between two fossils - Dome fossil and Helix
fossil. Another fossil that could be found in both game is the old
amber. It could be found in Pewter city museum as soon as you can
use the Cut HM. Go to the museum, and instead of entering it, go to
the building beside it. This place will be inacessible earlier, if you
don't have the Cut HM. Talk to the scientist, and he'll give you the
old Amber.

To revive the fossils, head for Cinnabar Island. Here, there is a
building beside the Pokemart that resembles a research center. Head
to the afr right of the building, and enter the room. Talk to the
scientist to get your fossils revived into Pokemon. Below are the list
of the Pokemon revived from the fossils:

Dome Fossil - Kabuto
Helix Fossil - Omanyte
Old Amber - Aerodactyl

All Pokemon will be at level 5 when you revived them.

======================
H. Fixing the Machine
======================

In order to be able to acess the Unknown Dungeon and fight the Elite
four the second time, you'll need to fix the machine at Island 1. In
order to do that you must give Ruby and Sapphire to the Scientist. We
shall cover this step by step in this walkthrough.

Firstly, you would need to beat the Elite Four and obtain the National
Dex. The National Dex could be gotten from Professor Oak after you've
beaten the Elite Four and captured at least 60 Pokemon. If you've
captured 60 Pokemon or more when you beat the Elite Four, Professor Oak
will automatically take you to his lab and give you the National Dex.
Now, you've gotten the National Dex, it's time to get Ruby and Sapphire.

First of all, talk to the scientist near the machine in Island 1. Now,
head North to the mountain where you get Moltres. Here, you should see
a cave opens up behind the two Team Rocket guy. Approach them and you'll
be in for a fight. It shouldn't be a hard battle. In any case, go into
the cave after you've beaten the two rocket minions. The cave is pretty
straightforward. You'll encounter Slugma here, the first among Johto
Pokemon that you'll be sseing more later in the game. In any case, go
deeper into the cave until you reach a chamber with braille inscription
all over it. This is nothing but the alphabet. From here, head down the
ladder and you'll end up in another chamber. Here, you should see a red
gem in the middle of the room. This is the Ruby. Take it and bring it
back to the scientist. In return, he'll give you the Rainbow ticket.

Now the Ruby is taken care of, it's time to get the Sapphire. It's
located in Island 6, which is now acessible using the Rainbow ticket.
Before that though, we need to do something. If you choose to go to
Island 6 now, you'll find a team rocket scientist blocking the door to
the cave leading to Sapphire.

So, head to Island 4. Form here, head East until you see a cave. Many
will agree, that this looks like Seafoam Island, or Ice Path in Pokemon
G/S/C. There are some Swinubs here, so capture them if you want. In any
case, you're supposed to get the HM 07 - Waterfall here. To do so, head
North from the entrance, passing through the 4 by 4 ice squares. Here,
go down using teh ice second nearest to the wall. You'll land below in
a mini ice puzzle, those puzzles that you find at Pokemon G/s/C in Ice
Path. Head Down, and climb the ladder up. You'll end up in a room with
Pokeball. Take it to get HM 07. Teach the HM to one of your Pokemon,
and go back to the cave entrance. Here, go up the waterfall and head
down the ladder. You'll end up in a section with a cave openings. Go
into the cave opening, and you'll see Lorelei with Team Rocket.
Approach them to come to Lerelei's aid, and you'll be take n to a battle
with one of the Team Rocket members.

Team Rocket Battle
Pokemon:
Zubat lvl 38
Zubat lvl 38
Golbat lvl 38

An Electric or Ice Pokemon should take care of the opponent's Pokemon
here. Once you've defeated him, team Rocket will leave. Talk to Lorelei,
and once you're done head back to Island 6.

From the town, head East and south to the grassy area. Here, make
your way to the grassy area. heading south. Soon, you'll come to a
cave sealed with metal door.

If you read the incription written on it, it's in braille just like
the Regi caves in Ruby/Sapphire. Anyway, use cut on the door to open
it. Here, you will see a hole once you enter the cave. Drop down the
hole, and you'll land in a room with 4 holes. If you drop down on
the right holes, you'll be taken to another similar room. If you
choose the wrong one, you'll be transported back to the ground level.
Anyway, Here are the order of the right holes. : North, West, East,
South. Below are graphical solution for clearer picture.

Once you go down the hole, you are in a room like this:

-----1-----
-----------
2----P----3
-----------
-----4-----

P = Plate

So, just follow the numbers


If you've done this right, you'll land in a chamber with a blue
gems in the middle of the room. Approach it, and a scientist will
snatch it away. It's time to head back for Island 5.

Go back to the Team Rocket building. You should be able to enter once
you've done the things mentioned above. Here, you'll be able to see
the same kind of puzzle you can find in Game Corner's basement. So,
go through around it and you'll be able to meet the scientist soon.

Rocket Scientist
Pokemon:
Voltorb lvl 49
Electrode lvl 49
Magnemite lvl 46
Porygon lvl 46
Magneton lvl 46

Once you've defeated him, you'll have the blue gem back. Go back to
island 1 Pokemon Center and gives it to the guy by the huge machine
to get the machine repaired. With the machine repaired, now you can
challenge the elite four once more, or you can try to go to the
Unknown Dungeon.

=======================================
I. Move Tutors, Relearner, and Deleter
=======================================

Pokemon Fire/Leaf contains these features, which you might find useful.
The move tutors teach your Pokemon new moves. Most of them are moves from
the old TMs. They could be found various places in the game. For full
list of move tutors, check out the move tutors section.

The move relearner can teach your Pokemon the moves that it has forgotten.
He could be found in Island 2, and you need to give him two small
mushrooms, or one big one which could be found in wild Paras/Parasect.
The move deleter on the other hand, allow you to delete moves off your
Pokemon. This also apply for HM moves, which could not be remove using
the usual way.

=================
6. FAQ
=================

1. Is this game a remake?
Yes, Sevii Islands aside, the main storyline is the same. The
characters are the same with the exception you can play a female trainer
in this game.

2. Is Johto Pokemon in this game?
Yes

3. Where are the location of the HM?

HM 01 Cut        - SS Anne, given to you by the captain
HM 02 Fly        - One of the houses in route 16
HM 03 Surf       - Safari Zone
HM 04 Strength   - Fuschia City, given by the warden in exchange for Gold
                   tooth
HM 05 Flash      - Route 2, given by Professor Oak's aide after you've
                   captured 10 Poekmon
HM 06 Rock Smash - Island 1, given by an old man in Ember Spa
HM 07 Waterfall  - Ice cave in Island 4

4. I cannot enter Unknown Dungeon and figh the Elite Four again?
You need to complete the mystery island quuest, and repaired the machine
in the first island Pokemon Center.

5. Where is the move deleter?
Fuschia  City, in a house beside the Pokemon Center.

6. What's the VS Seeker
The VS seeker is a device that enable you to fight the trainer that 
you have fight previously. To obtain this device, talk to the girl
by the counter of Vermillion Pokemon Center. 

To use this device, go to your key items pack and select
VS seeker near a trainer. Talk to the trainer again, and you'll be
able to fight them again. There are no limit on the number of times
you can use this device, although each usages require you to walk
100 steps to recharge it.   

==================
7. Move Tutors
==================
Pokemon Fire Red/Leaf Green intoduce a new features - the move tutors.
The move tutors could be found throughout Kanto and mystery island.
They can teach your Pokemon some new moves, mostly moves from the old
TMs. Below are some of the move tutors in the game listed by order of
appearances:


Location: Route 4
Name: Mega Punch
Type: Normal
Power: 80
Acc: 85
PP: 20

Location: Route 4
Name: Mega Kick
Type: Normal
Power: 120
Acc: 75
PP: 5

Location: Viridian City
Name: Dream Eater
Type: Psychic
Power: 100
Acc: 100
PP: 15

Location: Rock Tunnel
Name: Rock Slide
Type: Rock
Power: 50
Acc: 90
PP: 15

Location: Celadon City
Name: Softboiled
Type: Normal
Power: -
Acc: 100
PP: 10

Location: Celadon Pokemart
Name: Counter
Type: Fighting
Power: -
Acc: 100
PP: 20

Location: Fuschia City
Name: Substitute
Type: Normal
Power: -
Acc: -
PP: 10

Location: Silph Co
Name: Thunder Wave
Type: Electric
Power: -
Acc: 100
PP: 20

Location: Saffron City
Name: Mimic
Type: Normal
Power: -
Acc: 100
PP: 10

Location: Island 1
Name: Explosion
Type: Normal
Power: 250
Acc: 100
PP: 15

Location: Island 2
Name: Frenzy Plant
Type: Grass
Power: 150
Acc: 90
PP: 5

Location: Island 2
Name: Blast Burn
Type: Fire
Power: 150
Acc: 90
PP: 5

Location: Island 2
Name: Hydro Cannon
Type: Water
Power: 150
Acc: 90
PP: 5

Location: Island 4
Name: Body Slam
Type: Normal
Power: 85
Acc: 100
PP: 15

Location: Island 7
Name: Swords Dance
Type: Normal
Power: -
Acc: -
PP: 30

=================
8. Type Chart
=================
================================================================================
          | N | W | F | E | G | I | Fg| P | Gd| Fl| Ps| B | R | Gh| D | Da| S
|=
Normal    | 0 | 0 | 0 | 0 | 0 | 0 | 0 | 0 | 0 | 0 | 0 | 0 | - | X | 0 | 0 | -
|=
Water     | 0 | - | + | - | - | - | 0 | 0 | + | 0 | 0 | 0 | + | 0 | - | 0 | 0
|=
Fire      | 0 | - | - | 0 | + | + | 0 | 0 | - | 0 | 0 | + | - | 0 | - | 0 | +
|=
Electric  | 0 | + | 0 | - | - | 0 | 0 | 0 | X | + | 0 | 0 | 0 | 0 | - | 0 | 0
|=
Grass     | 0 | + | - | 0 | - | 0 | 0 | - | + | - | 0 | - | + | 0 | - | 0 | -
|=
Ice       | 0 | - | - | + | + | - | 0 | 0 | + | + | 0 | 0 | 0 | 0 | + | 0 | -
|=
Fighting  | + | 0 | 0 | 0 | 0 | + | 0 | - | 0 | - | - | - | + | X | 0 | + | +
|=
Poison    | 0 | 0 | 0 | 0 | + | 0 | 0 | - | - | 0 | - | + | - | - | 0 | 0 | X
|=
Ground    | 0 | - | + | + | 0 | 0 | 0 | + | 0 | X | 0 | - | + | 0 | 0 | 0 | +
|=
Flying    | 0 | 0 | 0 | - | + | - | + | 0 | 0 | - | 0 | + | - | 0 | 0 | 0 | -
|=
Psychic   | 0 | 0 | 0 | 0 | 0 | 0 | + | + | 0 | 0 | - | - | 0 | + | 0 | X | -
|=
Bug       | 0 | 0 | - | - | + | 0 | 0 | - | 0 | - | + | 0 | - | - | 0 | + | -
|=
Rock      | 0 | 0 | + | 0 | 0 | + | - | 0 | - | + | 0 | + | 0 | 0 | 0 | 0 | -
|=
Ghost     | X | 0 | 0 | 0 | 0 | 0 | 0 | 0 | 0 | 0 | + | 0 | 0 | + | 0 | - | -
|=
Dragon    | 0 | 0 | 0 | 0 | 0 | 0 | 0 | 0 | 0 | 0 | 0 | 0 | 0 | 0 | + | 0 | -
|=
Dark      | 0 | 0 | 0 | 0 | 0 | 0 | - | 0 | 0 | 0 | + | 0 | 0 | + | 0 | - | -
|=
Steel     | 0 | - | - | - | 0 | + | 0 | 0 | 0 | 0 | 0 | 0 | + | 0 | 0 | 0 | -
|=
================================================================================

N= Normal               Fl=Flying              +: Effective
W= Water                Ps=Psychic             -: Not effective
F=Fire                  B=Bug                  0: Normal
E=Electric              R=Rock                 X: No effect
G=Ground                Gh=Ghost
I=Ice                   D=Dragon
FG=Fighting             Da=Dark
P=Poison                S=Steel
Gd=Ground

======================
9. Obtainable Pokemon
======================
Below are the Pokemon that could be found in Fire/Leaf

Bulbasaur, Ivysaur, Venusaur, Charmander, Charmeleon, Charizard, Squirtle,
Wartortle, Blastoise, Caterpie, Metapod, Butterfree, Weedle, Kakuna, Beedrill,
Pidgey, Pidgeotto, Pidgeot, Rattata, Raticate, Spearow, Fearow, Ekans, Arbok,
Nidoran(F), Nidorina, Nidoqueen, Nidoran(M), Nidorino, Nidoking, Clefairy,
Clefable, Paras, Parasect, Venonat, Venomoth, Digglet, Dugtrio, Meowth,
Persian, Mankey, Primeape, Growlithe, Arcanine, Poliwag, Poliwhirl, Poliwrath,
Bellsprout, Weeepinbell, Victreebell, Ponyta, Rapidash, Slowpoke, Slowbro,
Farfetch'D, Seel, Dewgong, Shellder, Cloyster, Gastly, Haunter, Gengar, Onix,
Drowzee, Hypno, Krabby, Kingler, Exeggute, Exeggutor, Cubone, Marowak ,
Hitmonlee, Hitmonchan, Lickitung, Chansey, Tangela, Kangashkan, Mr Mime,
Scyther, Jynx, Electabuzz, Magmar, Tauros, Lapras,Ditto, Eevee, Vaporeon,
Jolteon, Flareon, Porygon, Omanyte, Omastar, Kabuto, Kabutops, Aerodactyl,
Articuno, Zapdos, Moltres, Dratini, Dragonair, Dragonite, Mewtwo, Sentret,
Furret, Ledyba, Ledian, Spinarak, Ariados, Crobat, Pichu, Cleffa, Igglybuff,
Togepi, Togetic, Natu, Xatu, Bellosom, Marill, Azumarill, Politoed, Hoppip,
Skiploom, Jumpluff, Yanma, Wooper, Quagsire, Espeon, Umbreon, Murkrow, Slowking,
Misdreavous, Unown, Wobbuffet, Dunsparce, Steelix, Qwilfish, Scizor, Heracross,
Sneasel, Slugma, Magcargo, Swinub, Piloswine, Remoraid, Octillery, Delibirdm
Mantine, Skarmory, Kingdra, Phanphy, Donphan, Porygon 2, Tyrogue, Hitmontop,
Smoochum, Elekid, Magby, Blissey, Raikou, Entei, Suicune, Larvitar, Pupitar,
Tyranitar, Azurill, Wynaut.

No legit ways known yet at the moment:
Lugia, Ho-oh, Deoxys

Fire Red Exclusive:
Ekans, Arbok, Oddish, Gloom, Vileplume, Psyduck, Golduck, Growlithe, Arcanine,
Shellder, Cloyster, Electabuzz, Scyther, Wooper, Quagsire, Bellosom, Elekid,
Scizor, Murkrow, Qwilfish, Delibird, Skarmory

Leaf Green Exclusive:
Sandshrew, Sandslash, Vulpix, Ninetales, Bellsprout, Weepinbell, Victrebell,
Slowpoke, Slowbro, Staryu, Starmie, Magmar, Pinsir, Marill, Azumarill,
Slowking, Magby, Misdreavous, Sneasel, Remoraid, Octillery, Mantine, Azurill



================
10. TM/HM list
================

TM 01 - Focus Punch
Type: Fighting
PP: 20
Base Damage: 150
Accuracy: 100%
Location: Silph Co Building

TM 02 - Dragon Claw
Type: Dragon
PP: 15
Base Damage: 80
Accuracy: 100%
Location: Victory Road

TM 03 - Water Pulse
Type: Water
PP: 20
Base Damage: 60
Accuracy: 100%
Location: Given by Misty (Cerulean gym leader)

TM 04 - Calm Mind
Type: Psychic
PP: 20
Base Damage: -
Accuracy: -
Location: Given by Sabrina (Saffron Gym leader)

TM 05 - Roar
Type: Normal
PP: 20
Base Damage: -
Accuracy: -
Location: Celadon Pokemart

TM 06 - Toxic
Type: Poison
PP: 10
Base Damage: -
Accuracy: 85%
Location: Given by Koga (Fuschia gym leader)

TM 07 - Hail
Type: Ice
PP: 10
Base Damage: -
Accuracy: -
Location: Victory Road

TM 08 - Bulk Up
Type: Fighting
PP: 20
Base Damage: -
Accuracy: -
Location: Silph Co

TM 09 - Bullet Seed
Type: Grass
PP: 30
Base Damage: 10
Accuracy: 100%
Location: Mt Moon

TM 10 - Hidden Power
Type: Normal
PP: 15
Base Damage: 70
Accuracy: 100%
Location:

TM 11 - Sunny Day
Type: Fire
PP: 5
Base Damage: -
Accuracy: -
Location: Safari Zone

TM 12 - Taunt
Type: Dark
PP: 20
Base Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
Location: Game Corner Basement

TM 13 - Ice Beam
Type: Ice
PP: 10
Base Damage: 95
Accuracy: 100%
Location: Game Corner

TM 14 - Blizzard
Type: Ice
PP: 5
Base Damage: 120
Accuracy: 75%
Location: Pokemon Mansion

TM 15 - Hyper Beam
Type: Normal
PP: 5
Base Damage: 150
Accuracy: 95%
Location: Celadon Mart

TM 16 - Light Screen
Type: Psychic
PP: 20
Base Damage: -
Accuracy: -
Location: Celadon Mart

TM 17 - Protect
Type: Normal
PP: 10
Base Damage: -
Accuracy: -
Location: Power Plant

TM 18 - Rain Dance
Type: Water
PP: 5
Base Damage: -
Accuracy: -
Location: Route 15

TM 19 - Giga Drain
Type: Grass
PP: 5
Base Damage: 60
Accuracy: -
Location: Given by Erika (Celadon Gym Leader)

TM 20 - Safeguard
Type: Normal
PP: 25
Base Damage: -
Accuracy: -
Location: Celadon Dept Store

TM 21 - Frustation
Type: Normal
PP: 20
Base Damage: 1-120
Accuracy: 100%
Location: Game Corner Basement

TM 22 - Solar Beam
Type: Grass
PP: 10
Base Damage: 120
Accuracy: 100%
Location: Pokemon Mansion

TM 23 - Iron Tail
Type: Steel
PP: 10
Base Damage: 100
Accuracy: 75%
Location: Game Corner

TM 24- ThunderBolt
Type: Electric
PP: 15
Base Damage: 95
Accuracy: 100%
Location: Game Corner

TM 25 - Thunder
Type: Electric
PP: 10
Base Damage: 120
Accuracy: 70%
Location: Power Plant

TM 26 - Earthquake
Type: Ground
PP: 10
Base Damage: 100
Accuracy: 100%
Location: Given by Giovanni (Viridian Gym Leader)

TM 27 - Return
Type: Normal
PP: 20
Base Damage: 1-120
Accuracy: 100%
Location: Route 12

TM 28 - Dig
Type: Ground
PP: 10
Base Damage: 60
Accuracy: 100%
Location: Cerulean City

TM 29 - Psychic
Type: Psychic
PP: 10
Base Damage: 90
Accuracy: 100%
Location: Saffron City, Mr Psychic House

TM 30 - Shadow Ball
Type: Ghost
PP: 15
Base Damage: 80
Accuracy: 100%
Location: Game Corner

TM 31 - Brick Break
Type: Fighting
PP: 15
Base Damage: 75
Accuracy: 100%
Location: SS Anne

TM 32 - Double Team
Type: Normal
PP: 15
Base Damage: -
Accuracy: -
Location: Safari Zone

TM 33 - Reflect
Type: Psychic
PP: 20
Base Damage: -
Accuracy: -
Location: SS Anne

TM 34 - Shock Wave
Type: Electric
PP: 20
Base Damage: 60
Accuracy: 100%
Location: Given by Lt Surge (Vermillion Gym Leader)

TM 35 - Flamethrower
Type: Fire
PP: 15
Base Damage: 95
Accuracy: 100%
Location: Game Corner

TM 36 - Sludge Bomb
Type: Poison
PP: 10
Base Damage: 90
Accuracy: 100%
Location: Team Rocket Building (Island 5)

TM 37 - Sandstorm
Type: Rock
PP: 10
Base Damage: 120
Accuracy: -
Location: Victory Road

TM 38 - Fire Blast
Type: Fire
PP: 5
Base Damage: 120
Accuracy: 85%
Location: Given to you by Blaine (Cinnabar Gym Leader)

TM 39 - Rock Tomb
Type: Rock
PP:  10
Base Damage: 50
Accuracy: 85%
Location: Give to you by Brock (Pewter gym leader)

TM 40 - Aerial Ace
Type: Flying
PP: 20
Base Damage: 60
Accuracy: -
Location: Route 9

TM 41 - Torment
Type: Dark
PP: 15
Base Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
Location: Silph Co Building

TM 42 - Facade
Type: Normal
PP: 20
Base Damage: 70
Accuracy: 100%
Location: Island 6

TM 43 - Secret power
Type: Normal
PP: 20
Base Damage: 70
Accuracy: 100%
Location: Route 24

TM 44 - Rest
Type: Psychic
PP: 10
Base Damage: -
Accuracy: -
Location: Route 9

TM 45 - Attract
Type: Normal
PP: 15
Base Damage: -
Accuracy: -
Location: Route 24

TM 46 - Thief
Type: Dark
PP: 10
Base Damage: 40
Accuracy: 100%
Location: Mt Moon

TM 47 - Steel Wing
Type: Steel
PP: 25
Base Damage: 70
Accuracy: 90%
Location: Safari Zone

TM 48 - Skill Swap
Type: Psychic
PP: 10
Base Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
Location: Route 12

TM 49 - Snatch
Type: Dark
PP: 10
Base Damage: -
Accuracy: 100%
Location: Game Corner Basement

TM 50 - Overheat
Type: Fire
PP: 5
Base Damage: 140
Accuracy: 90%
Location: Victory Road

HM

HM 01 - Cut
Type: Normal
PP: 30
Base Damage: 50
Accuracy: 95%
Location: S.S. Anne, given by the captain

HM 02 - Fly
Type: Flying
PP: 15
Base Damage: 70
Accuracy: 95%
Location: Given by a girl on route 16

HM 03 - Surf
Type: Water
PP: 15
Base Damage: 95
Accuracy: 100%
Location: Safari Zone, give by surfer

HM 04 - Strength
Type: Normal
PP: 15
Base Damage: 80
Accuracy: 100%
Location: Fuschi City, Given by Safari Zone warden

HM 05 - Flash
Type: Normal
PP: 20
Base Damage: -
Accuracy: 70%
Location: Route 2, give by Professor Oak's aide

HM 06 - Rock Smash
Type: Rock
PP: 15
Base Damage: 20
Accuracy: 100%
Location: Given to you by an old man on 1st island

HM 07 - Waterfall
Type: Water
PP: 15
Base Damage: 80
Accuracy: 100%
Location: Ice Cave, 4th Island

======================
11. Pokemon Abilities
======================
Below are the list of Pokemon abilities and their descriptions.

Air Lock 
Description: Not affected by weather

Arena Trap
Description: Prevent opponent from fleeing

Battle Armor
Description: Prevent critical Hits

Blaze
Description: Deal 1.5 damage more if HP is critical

Chlorophyll
Description: Raises Speed in sunshine

Clear Body
Description: Pokemon Not affected by lowering status move

Cloud Nine
Description: Cancel out all weather effect

Color Change
Description: Change its types to the type of opponents previous
attack

Compound Eyes
Description: Raises accuracy during battle

Cute Charm
Description: Infatuates on contact

Damp
Description: Prevent the use of Explosion in battle

Drizzle
Description: Automatic Rain Dance through the whole battle

Drought
Decription: Automatic Sunny Day throughout the whole battle

Early Bird
Description: Awakens quickly from Sleep

Effect Spore
Description: Random status ailment on opponent when attacked by
physical attack

Flame Body
Description: Burned opponent when hit by physical attack

Flash Fire
Description: Powers increase if hits by fire moves

Forecast
Description: Cahnges with the weather

Guts
Description: Increase attack when HP is low

Huge Power
Description: Increases Pokemon Power in battle

Hustle
Description: Incrase move power by 1.5

Hyper Cutter
Description: Prevent Attack Reduction

Illuminate
Description: Increase chance of encountering wild Pokemon

Immunity
Description: Could not be poisoned

Inner focus
Description: Prevent Flinching

Insomnia
Description: Prevent sleep status

Intimidate
Description: Lowers the foe's attack

Keen Eye
Description: Prevents loss of accuracy

Limber
Description: Prevent paralysis
Pokemon:

Liquid Ooze
Description: Inflict damage on pokemon wit hhealing moves

Levitate
Desciption: Not affected by ground moves

Lightning Rod
Description: Absorb all electric attack

Magma Armor
Description: Pokemon Cannot be frozen

Magnet Pull
Description: Steel Pokemon cannot flee

Minus
Description: Pokemon become stronger on a 2v2 battle with Plusle

Natural Cure
Description: Heals upon switching out

Oblivious
Description: Prevent the use of move "attract"

Overgrow
Description: Deal 1.5 damage more if HP is critical

Own Tempo
Description: Cannot be confused

Pick Up
Description: Occasionally find items

Plus
Description: Pokemon become stronger on a 2v2 battle with Minun.

Poison Point
Description: Poison foe on contact

Pressure
Description: opponent's PP depleted during battle

Pure Power
Description: Increase attack during battle

Rain Dish
Description: Restore HP when it's raining

Rock Head
Description:Prevent recoil damage

Rough Skin
Description: Hit back with recoil against physical attack

Run Away
Description: Make escaping easier

Sand Veil
Description: Increase evasion during sandstorm

Serene Grace
Description: Promotes added effects

Shadow Tag
Description: Prevent's Foe Escape

Shed Skin
Description: Heals the body by shedding

Shell Armor
Description: Block Critical hits

Shield Dust
Description: Not affected by any status aliments

Soundproof
Description: Unaffected by loud moves

Speed Boost
Description: Speed increases each turn

Static
Description: Sometimes make enemy paralyzed if Pokemon is dealt
damage

Stench
Description: Reduce chances of encountering wild Pokemon

Sticky Hold
Description: Item held by the Pokemon could not be stolen

Sturdy
Description: Not affected by OHKO moves

Suction Cups
Description: Pokemon could not be switched out by opponent

Swarm
Description: Up bug moves in a pinch

Swift Swim
Descripton: Raises Speed in the rain

Synchronise
Description: Opponent will be affected by status ailment that the
user have.

Thick Fat
Description: Protection from fire and ice moves

Torrent
Description: Deal 1.5 damage more if HP is critical

Trace
Description: Copies Opponent characteristic

Truant
Description: Only attack on every odd turn

Vital Spirit
Description: Could not be put to sleep

Volt Absorb
Description: HP healed when hit with an electric attack

Water Absorb
Description: HP healed when hit with a Water attack

Water Veil
Description: Prevents Burns

White Smoke
Description: Stats could not be changed by opponent


=====================
12. Evolution Guide
=====================
here are a few way Pokemon evolves. Below are all the known way for
Pokemon to evolve

- Level Evolution
- Stone Evolution
- Trade evolution
- Trade+Items evolution
- Stats Evolution
- Happiness Evolution


Level Evolution
A straigtforward evolution, Pokemon evolve after it reaches certain
level.
examples: Bulbasaur, Charmander, Squirtle

Stone Evolution
By using stone such as Fire Stone, certain Pokemon like Vulpix will
evolve. The downside to this kind of evolution, is that Pokemon will
unable to learn anymore new moves naturraly. Of course, there are
exception such as the Eevolution. Most evolution stones could be found
in Celadon Pokemart for teh price of 2100 each. some stone could be
found in the wild, with moon stone as the best example.
examples: Growlithe, Cloyster, Staryu

List of Pokemon evolves by evolution stones:

Pikachu -> Raichu - Thunder Stone
Nidorina -> Nidoqueen - Moon Stone
Nidorino -> Nidoking - Moon Stone
Clefairy -> Clefable - Moon Stone
Vulpix -> Ninetales - Fire Stone
Jigglypuff ->Wigglytuff - Moon Stone
Gloom -> Vileplume - Leaf Stone
Gloom -> Bellosom -> Sun Stone
Growlithe -> Arcanine - Fire Stone
Poliwhirl -> Poliwrath - Water Stone
Weepinbell -> Victrebell - Leaf Stone
Shellder -> Cloyster - Water Stone
Exeggcute -> Exeggcutor - Leaf Stone
Staryu -> Starmie - Water Stone
Eevee -> Vaporeon - Water Stone
Eevee -> Jolteon - Thunder Stone
Eevee -> Flareon - Fire Stone
Lombre -> Ludicolo - Water Stone
Nuzleaf -> Shiftry - Leaf Stone
Skitty -> Delcatty - Moon Stone


Trade Evolution
When a Pokemon is traded, it will automatically evolve.
examples: Graveler, Kadabra, Machoke, Haunter

Trade+Items evolution
Pokemon will evolve if it taded while equipped with an item such as
King Rock.
Examples: Onyx, Scyther, Kingdra

Stats Evolution
Pokemon will evolve differently depending on stats. The best example
would be Tyrouge. It evolves differently depending its attack and
defense stats to either Hitmonchan, Hitmonlee or Hitmontop.

Example: Tyrouge

Happiness Evolution
Each Pokemon, have its happiness point which indicate how loyal is that
Pokemon to its trainer. Once a Pokemon accumulate a certain happiness
point, they will evolve.
Examples: Crobat, Blissey

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13. Breeding
================
____________
Introduction\
=============

An addition to this remake is the ability to breed your Pokemon which
is very much like Pokemon G/S/C or Ru/Sa. Unfortunately, breeding is
only available after you've beaten the Elite Four. The Breeding center
could be found in Island 4, acessible only after you've beaten the elite
four and obtain the Rainbow Ticket. To breed your Pokemon, leave two
Pokemon of opposite genders in the Breeding Center, of course there
are exception. They need not necessarily have to be the same Pokemon.
Breeding will take place between the same egg groups.

___________
Compability\
============

So, how do Pokemon breed? Of course, the most obvious form of breeding
would be between two Pokemon of same species. (Male and Female of course).
However, in addition to that there are inter-species breeding. This is
possible when you have two Pokemon from the same breeding groups. For
example, Spearow and Pidgey are both on the flying groups, therefore you
can breed a Male pidgey with a femal Spearow or the other way round. Note
that breeding groups aren't equal to types. This means that even if the
two Pokemon are of the same types, that doesn't mean they could breed
with each other.

Not all Pokemon can breed. Some Pokemon are genderless, and with the
exception of Ditto which we shall cover in more details soon, genderless
Pokemon could not breed. This means that you can't breed Legendaries
or Magnemite. Of course, there are also some Pokemon which can't
breed even if they have genders. The most famous example here would
be Latios and Latias.

Ditto is probably the most unique Pokemon when it comes to breeding.
Ditto could be breed with Pokemon from every egg groups. This still
doesn't includes the legendaries and other genderless Pokemon though.

Below are the Breeding Groups. Included are the Ru/Sa Pokemon which you
can't get in this game. Some Pokemon belong in two groups.

Bug:
Caterpie, Metapod, Butterfree, Weedle, Kakuna, Beedrill, Paras,
Parasect, Venonat, Venomoth, Scyther, Pinsir, Scizor, Ledyba, Ledian,
Spinarak, Ariados, Pineco, Foretress, Gligar, Shuckle, Heracross,
Wurmple, Silcoon, Beautifly, Cascoon, Dustox, Susrkit, Masquerain,
Nincada, Ninjask, Volbeat, Illumise, Trapinch, Vibrava, Flygon.

Dragon:
Charmander, Charmeleon, Charizard, Ekans, Arbok, Horsea, Seadra,
Magikarp, Gyarados, Dratini, Dragonair, Dragonite, Kingdra, Treecko,
Grovyle, Sceptile, Swablu, Altaria, Seviper, Feebas, Milotic, Bagon,
Shelgon, Salamence.

Flying:
Pidgey, Pidgeotto, Pidgeot, Spearow, Fearow, Zubat, Golbat, Farfetchd,
Doduo, Dodrio, Aerodactyl, Hoothoot, Nocowl, Crobat, Togetic, Natu,
Xatu, Murkrow, Skarmory, Taillow, Swellow, Wingull, Pelipper, Swablu,
Altaria.

Ground:
Rattata, Raticate, Ekans, Arbok, Pikachu, Raichu, Sandshrew, Sandslash
, Nidoran(F), Nidorina, Nidoqueen, Nidoran(M), Nidorino, Nidoking,
Vulpix, Ninetales, Digglet, Dugtrio, Meowth, Persian, Psyduck, Golduck
, Mankey, Primeape, Growlithe, Arcanine, Ponyta, Rapidash, Farfecth'd,
Seel, Dewgong, Rhyhorn, Rhydon, Tauros, Eevee, Vaporeon, Jolteon,
Flareon, Cyndaquil, Quuilava, Typhlosion, Sentret, Furret, Mareep,
Flaffy, Ampharos, Aipom, Wooper, Quagsire, Espeon, Umbreon, Girafarig,
Dunsparce, Snubull, GrunbullSneasel, Teddiursa, Ursaring, Swinub,
Pilloswine, Delibird, Houndour, Houndoom, Phanphy, Donphan, Smeargle,
Milktank, Tochic, Combusken, Blaziken, Poochyena, Mightyena,
Zigzagoon, Linoone, Seedot, Nuzleaf, Shiftry, Slakoth, Vigoroth,
Slaking, Whismur, Loudred, Exploud, Skitty, Delcatty, Mawile,
Elektrike, Manetric, Wailmer, Wailord, Numel, Camerupt, Torkoal,
Spoink, Grumpig, Spinda, Zangoose, Seviper, Kecleon, Absol, Spheal,
Sealo, Walrein.

Humanshape:
Abra, Kadabra, Alakazam, MAchop, Machoke, Machamp, Drowzee, Hypno,
Hitmonlee, Hitmonchan, Chansey, Mr Mime, Jynx, Electabuzz, Magmar,
Hitmontop, Blissey, Makuhita, Hariyama, Sableye, Meditite, Medicham,
Volbeat, Illumise, Spinda, Cacnea, Cacturne.

Indeterminate:
Grimer, Muk, Gastly, Haunter, Gengar, Koffing, Weezing, Misdreavus,
Wobbuffet, Slugma, Macgargo, Ralts, Kirlia, Gardevoir, Gulpin, Swalot,
Castform, Shuppet, Banette, Duskull, Dusclops, Chimecho.

Mineral:
Geodude, Graveler, Golem, Onix, Sudowoodo, Steelix, Nosepass, Snorunt,
Glalie.

Monster:
Bulbasaur, Ivysaur, Venusaur, Charmander, Charmeleon, Charizard,
Squirtle, Wartortle, Blastoise, Nidoran(F), Nidorina, Nidoqueen,
Nidoran(M), Nidorino, Nidoking, Slowpoke, Slowbro, Cubone, Marowak,
Lickitung, Rhyhorn, Rhydon, Kangashkan, Lapras, Snorlax, Chikorita,
Bayleef, Maganium, Totodile, Croconaw, Feraligatr, Mareep, Flaffy,
Ampharos, Slowking, Larvitar Pupitar, Tyranitar, Treecko, Grovyle,
Sceptile, Mudkip, Marshtomp, Swampert, Whismur, Loudred, Exploud,
Aron, Lairon, Aggron, Tropius.

No Egg:
Magnemite, Magneton, Voltorb, Electrode, Staryu, Starmie, Porygon,
Articuno, Zapdos, Moltres, Mewtwo, Mew, Pichu, Cleffa, Igglybuff,
Togepi, Unown, Tyrouge, Smoochum, Elekid, Magby, Raikou, Entei, Suicune,
Lugia, Ho-oh, Celebi, Shedinja, Azurill, Lunatone, Solrock, Baltoy,
Claydol, Waynaut, Beldum, Metang, Metagross, Regirock, Regice, Registeel
, Latias, Latios, Kyogre, Groudon, Rayquaza, Jirachi, Deoxys.

Plant:
Bulbasaur, Ivysaur, Venusaur, Oddish, Gloom, Vileplume, Paras, Parasect,
Bellsprout, Weepinbell, Victrebell, Exeggcute, Exeggcutor, Tangela,
Chikorita, Bayleef, Meganium, Bellosom, Hoppip, Skiploom, Jumpluff,
Sunkern, Sunflora, Lotad, Lomre, Ludicolo, Seedot, Nuzleaf, Shiftry,
Shroomish, Breloom, Roselia, Cacnea, Cacturne, Tropius.

Water 1:
Squirtle, Wartortle, Blastoise, Psyduck, Golduck, Poliwag, Poliwhirl,
Poliwrath, Slowpoke, Slowbro, Seel, Dewgong, Horsea, Seadra, Goldeen,
Seaking, Laparas, Omanyte, Omastar, Kabuto, Kabutops, Dratini, Dragonair,
Dragonite, Totodile, Croconaw, Feraligatr, Marill, Azumarill, Politoed,
Wooper, Quagsire, Slowking, Corsola, Delibird, Mantine, Kingdra, Mudkip,
Marshtomp, Swampert, Lotad, Lombre, Ludicolo, Wingull, Pelipper,
Masquerain, Corphish, Crawdaunt, Feebas, Milotic, Spheal, Sealo, Walrein,
Clamperl, Huntail, Gorebyss.

Water 2:
Goldeen, Seaking, Magikarp, Gyarados, Chinchou, Lanturn, Qwilfish,
Remoraid, Octillery, Carvanha, Sharpedo, Wailmer, Wailord, Barboach,
Whishcash, Relicanth, Luvdisc.

Water 3:
Tentacool, Tentacruel, Shellder, Cloyster, Omanyte, Omastar, Kabuto,
Kabutops, Corsola, Corphish, Crawdaunt, Lileep, Cradily, Anorith,
Armaldo.

__________
Offsprings\
===========

When you breed two Rattata together, you know that you're going to get
a Rattata. However, what if you decided to breed a Rattata and a Meowth?
What will you get? In this case, there are two distinct possibilities:
You either get a Meowth or a Rattata. In the case whereby two different
Pokemon are put for breeding, the offspring will be of the female of
that species. Breeding a Male Meowth and a Female Rattata will get you
a level 5 Rattata of either gender, whereby breeding a Male Rattata
and Female Meowth will get you a level 5 Meowth.

Also, an offspring from a breeding process will produce the most basic
Pokemon from an evolution chain. For example, breeding a Male Raticate
and Female Persian will get you a Meowth and not a Persian. As a result
of this, there are some unique baby Pokemon such as Pichu, Elekid, Cleffa.
Let's take Pikachu and Raichu as an example. Breeding between a male
and Female Pikachu, or between male and female Raichu will always get
you Pichu, and not Pikachu. There are exception to this rule though.
Two Pokemon - Wobuffet and Marill do not follow this pattern. Breeding
Male and Female Wobbuffet, or Male and Female Marill will get you
Wobbbufeet and Marill respectively, this despite both of them having a
baby form (Wynaut and Azurill). In order to get Wynaut and Azurill, you
need to give the male Wobuffet and Marill/Azumarill a hold items - Lax
incense and Sea incense.

Using Ditto to breed is another exception. For regular breeding, you'll
always get the female species as the offspring. However, breeding with
Ditto always get you that Pokemon. For example, breeding a Male
Ratata and Ditto also get you Ratatta.

________________
Inherited Moves \
=================

Through Breeding, you'll be able to let your Pokemon learned new moves
that it usually won't learn naturally. There are two ways moves could be
passed down.

1. For an Egg group moves, the male would need to know that particular
moves. This moves will be passed down to the child.

2. If the male species of that Pokemon knows a move that is a TM move,
the move will be passed down if the child is also able to learn that TM.

=====================
14. Item finder Guide
=====================

The Item Finder is a key items that could help you to locate hidden items
on the ground. The item finder could be obtained from one of the
professor aide on the guard house in route 11. To get it, you'll need
to catch 30 Pokemon.

to use the item finder, go to your key items section in your bag, and
just choose it. the item finder will tell you whether there are hidded
items nearby, If there aren't, the item finder will not detect anything.
If there is a hidded item nearby, the item finder will response, and
you'll see a direction arrow above your character's sprite. In addition
to that, there are a few special items, that only can be detected when
you stand right below it.

Below are the list of hidden items you can find using item finder:

 ==============================================================
|Name                            Place                         |
 ==============================================================
|Leftovers(1)     |   Route 16 (where Snorlax used to be)      |
|Leftovers(2)     |   Route 11 (where Snorlax used to be)      |
|Macho Brace      |   Viridian Gym (where Giovanni used to be) | 
|Sacred Ash       |   Island 8 (where Ho-oh used to be)        |
|Silver Bell      |   Pokemon Tower (where Mr Fuji used to be) | 
 ==============================================================

=====================
15. Personality List
=====================

Just like Pokemon Ruby/Sapphire, each Pokemon in Pokemon Fire/Leaf
posses individual traits. These traits could have different effects on
Pokemon stats. For example, a Pokemon with Adamant personality will
have a higher attack stats relative to the Pokemon of the same species.
At the same time, it would have a lower special attack compared to the
Pokemon of the same species. Below are the Personalities list.

+: Stats increase of 10%
-: Stats decrease of 10%
=: No change

===============================================================
Name       Attack   Defense   Speed   Sp.Attack   Sp.Defense  
=============================================================== 
Adamant   |  +         =        =        -            =           
Bashful   |  =         =        =        =            =
Bold      |  -         +        =        =            =
Brave     |  +         =        -        =            =
Calm      |  -         =        =        =            +
Careful   |  =         =        =        -            +
Docile    |  =         =        =        =            =
Gentle    |  =         -        =        =            +
Hardy     |  =         =        =        =            =
Hasty     |  =         -        +        =            =
Impish    |  =         +        +        -            =
Jolly     |  =         =        +        -            =
Lax       |  =         +        =        =            -
Lonely    |  +         -        =        =            =
Mild      |  =         -        =        +            =
Modest    |  -         =        =        +            =
Naive     |  =         =        +        =            -
Naughty   |  +         =        =        =            -
Quiet     |  =         =        -        +            =
Quirky    |  =         =        =        =            =
Rash      |  =         -        +        +            =
Relaxed   |  =         +        -        =            =
Sassy     |  =         =        -        =            +
Serious   |  =         =        =        =            =
Timid     |  -         =        +        =            =
================================================================

As we can see from the table, there aren't really any personality that
is better than the others. Each personality have their own benefit and
adverse effects. It all depends on how you choose to use your Pokemon.
However, we can see from the table that there are five neutral
personalities.

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16. Shiny Pokemon
===================
This section is a contribution of xyzman

Q.What the hell are the shinies?!? I never heard 'bout them.
A.Shinies are pokemon with different color. For example, usual Gyarados is
  blue while shiny form of it is red(known to most of all from GSC).

Q.So how can I tell that my pokemon is shiny?
A.First of all, odd color of it. Second, when it enters the battle, golden
  sparkles appear near it, third, it's pokedex number in its stats page
  is yellow instead of white. Also, some ppl say that you can't run from wild
  shiny pokemon.

Q.What advantages or disadvantages of using the shiny in battle?
A.Basically, except of bragging rights, shiny don't give any advantages in
  battle. Their stats are still random.

Q.But some guy said that shinies basically have preset average stats, so using
  them in metagame sucks...
A.Well, really, in GSC age, IVs* determined whether pokemon is shiny or not:
  if Defence,Speed and Special IVs were equal to 10 and Attack IV was 2,3,6,7,
  10,11,14 or 15, then pokemon was shiny). In R/S/FR/LG, IVs don't influence
  "shinyness" so you can have maxed IVs shiny pokemon in your game.
* IVs(or DVs) are variables which are randomly set when you obtain the
  pokemon. They determine its stats - pokemon with IVs equal to 0 lacks about
  30 stat points from maximum at lv.100. In RBYGSC, IVs vary from 0 to 15, in
  R/S they could change from 0 to 31.

Q.So what does determine if pokemon shiny or not in Ruby/Sapphire/Fire Red/
  Leaf Green versions?
A.Note:to understand this, you should be familiar with binary operations...
  Pokemon in game memory(RAM) are represented as 80-byte long block. First 8
  of them act as "passport" of pokemon - first 4 of 8 represent 32-bit random
  number, randomly generated when you get the pokemon or its egg - it's known
  as MAP or Pokemon ID. 5th and 6th are 16-bit invisible number given to
  trainer when you start the game(aka Secret trainer ID). And 7th and 8th
  are the visible trainer ID - just refer to "trainer card" to see it(also
  16-bit).
  Lets assume that A is higher 2 bytes of MAP, B - lower ones, C is secret ID,
  D is visible ID: eg. if first 8 bytes are 11,22,33,44,55,66,77,88 then
  A=4433;
  B=2211;
  C=6655;
  D=8877;
  Then 2 numbers are calculated:
  E=A xor B
  F=C xor D
  If higher 13 bits of E are equal to higher 13 bits of F, then poke is shiny.
  (We could rephrase this restriction on such way - if (E xor F)<8,then
   pokemon is shiny - you decide what's easier to you :))

Q.Xors, bits, OMG, could you just say what are the odds to get shiny pokemon?
A.You could just calculate yourself ^_^ - 8/65536 or 1/8192 - no more, no
  less than in GSC :^)

Q.Well, I want a shinie. But the odds are so small...and I haven't got time...
A.You'll find it eventually, just forget about it and it will appear one day
  (the best thing to do when waiting for anything...).
  Anyway, there are some pokemon which are obtained in events so you can save
  the game before getting them and if they aren't shiny, just soft-reset* and
  try once more. And once more. Here is the list of Soft Reset shinies:

 Ruby/Sapphire:
   =Treecko/Mudkip/Torchic - save before checking the bag(rt.101)
   =Groudon/Kyogre - save before battle them(Cave of Origin)
   =Rayquaza - the same(Sky Pillar)
   =Lileep/Anorith - save before taking fossil pokes from scientist(Rustboro)
   =Wynaut - save before receiving the egg in Lavaridge,
   =Castform - Weather Institute, rt. 118
   =Beldum - Steven's House(Mossdeep)
   =Electrode - Magma/Aqua hideout, Lilycove - looks like itemball
   =Kecleon - rt.120
   =Regirock - Desert Ruins(rt.111)
   =Registeel - Ancient Tomb(rt.120)
   =Regice - Island Cave(rt.105)
   =Lati@s - Southern island

 Fire Red/Leaf Green
   =Charmander/Squirtle/Bulbasaur - save before getting pokeball from table
   =Eevee (Celadon Mansion back door)
   =Lapras (Silph Co. HQ)
   =Articuno (Seafoam Islands)
   =Zapdos (Power Plant)
   =Voltorb (Power plant, looks like itemball)
   =Moltres (Island 1, mountain top)
   =Mewtwo (Unknown Dungeon)
   =Togepi - save before receiving the egg from man at Island 5
   =Ho-oh (Navel Cavern, top path)
   =Lugia (Navel Cavern, bottom path)
   =Deoxys (Birth Island) - save before the triangle becomes red
* Press A+B+START+SELECT to soft-reset the game...

Q.Do I have better chances to get shiny pokemon, if I'll breed shiny and
  non-shiny pokemon?
A.Nope. As IVs no more affect the color, the 1 from 8192 odds will remain. So
  shinies become technically harder to get. Also, remember, that MAP is set
  when you get an egg from breeding center so making SR shinies from eggs is
  impossible.

Q.Are there cheat codes to make my pokemon shiny?
A.Nope. Pokemon which is caught can't be made shiny. You have to shark
  another one. However you can use the pokemon-in-box cheat code
  generator.


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17.Credits
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Thanks to the following people:

- you for reading it
- johanwolfs for pointing out Blastoise is Water not Water/Ground
- Darkmon20 for the Game corner prizes
- xyzman for writing out FAQs on Shiny Pokemon
- xyzman for the correction on personality table

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You can contact me at webmaster@kyogre.cjb.net
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