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         S P E C I A L   P I K A C H U   E D I T I O N

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Pokemon Yellow: Special Pikachu Edition FAQ Version 2.2
Written By: MetroidMoo (MetroidMoo@aol.com) 
Last Updated: 11/2/99    
The latest version of this FAQ can always be found at Cheat Code 
Central (www.cheatcc.com) or PokeAurora (www.pokeaurora.com)
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Contents:
1)Updates
2)Playing Pokemon
3)Important Info
4)Frequently Asked Questions
5)Ability List
6)Walkthrough
7)Pokemon List
8)Items/Stores
9)GameShark Codes
10)Tips/Tricks
11)Credits
12)Contact

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1) UPDATES 
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2.2 (11/2/99):
- Finished most of the Pokedex data
- Corrected some more errors I forgot to fix
- Added "GameShark Codes" secton (Codes made by Jesse Austerman)

2.0 (10/24/99):
- Added even more Pokedex data
- Fixed some errors
- Updated "Frequently Asked Questions" section
- Added "Tips/Tricks" section

1.8 (10/23/99):
- Added more Pokedex data (thanks to DarkStorm)
- Added a bunch of Pokemon locations
- Updated Walkthrough to S.S. Anne

1.6 (10/9/99):
- Updated "Author's Note"
- Updated "Pokemon List" section

1.4 (9/13/99):
- Updated Walkthrough to Bill's House
- Make some corrections
- Added a bunch of sections from my Red/Blue FAQ

1.2 (9/12/99):
- Added Spearow's location
- Updated "Walkthrough" to Route 4

1.0 (9/11/99):
- FAQ Release
- Missing various information

*AUTHOR'S NOTE*
  Most of the info here I took from my Red/Blue FAQ, so what I put 
here might be different in the Yellow version. I will confirm if the 
info is correct or not once I reach it in Yellow.
  Before you e-mail/IM me a question about this version of Pokemon, 
please DO NOT ask me the following:

1. When does [Pokemon Name Here] learn [Ability Name Here]?
2. Where do you find [Pokemon Name Here]?
3. Where can I find the Japanese/English ROM?

Pokemon that cannot be caught in Yellow (according to Nintendo Power's 
frequency chart):

#013 - Weedle
#014 - Kakuna
#015 - Beedrill
#023 - Ekans
#024 - Arbok
#026 - Raichu (Pikachu refuses to use the Thunder Stone)
#052 - Meowth
#053 - Persian
#109 - Koffing
#110 - Weezing
#124 - Jynx
#125 - Electabuzz
#126 - Magmar

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2) PLAYING POKEMON
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Like before, tells you basic info on the game.

What's the difference between Yellow and the Red/Blue Versions?
There are a number of differences between the 3 versions. Here are the 
main ones:

1. Storyline follows more to the TV show (i.e. Jessie and James, Gary       
gets an Eevee, you start out with Pikachu, etc.)
2. Pokedex pictures have been redone (and look much better).
3. It is GBC enhanced. So playing it on Game Boy Color will get you       
good color. The Japanese version of Yellow was not designed for the       
GBC, but the American version will be.
4. Most Pokemon that were only found in Red or Blue are in Yellow.
5. Pikachu will follow you around. "Talking" to him will let you check       
his current condition.
6. Locations of certain Pokemon have been changed.
7. Charmander, Bulbasaur, and Squirtle can all be found in one game. 
You get them from certain Trainers, not in the wild.
8. The Unknown Dungeon has been redone. In other words, when you enter 
the dungeon it will look different than it was on the Red/Blue 
versions.

How do I capture Pokemon?
First off, you need to purchase some Poke Balls at a Poke Mart. Each 
kind of ball can perform better or worse than others. Then visit a 
cave or an area with grass. There are some another places, but you 
see those the most. Walk around until you go into battle. Have your 
Pokemon fight the enemy until the enemy's energy level is very low. 
Use your Poke Ball, and you should be able to capture one. If not, 
keep trying! And remember you cannot capture a trainer's Pokemon!

I captured one, now what do I do?
Now you can train your Pokemon to fight! Remember, to heal your 
Pokemon, just visit a Pokemon Center. Also once you capture one, data 
is recorded in your PokeDex. With that, you can find some info and 
where you can find it. I won't go into much more detail because other 
parts of this section explain them.

How do my Pokemon learn moves?
You can get them in one of two ways. Once Pokemon reach a certain 
level they learn a move. Another way is to use a TM or HM on it. 
Moves use Power Points (PP). So when you don't have any PP, the 
Pokemon can't use the move until healed. Remember that your Pokemon 
can only have four moves at a time!

What do these "types" mean?
Every Pokemon has one or two types out of fifteen. They tell how your 
Pokemon will perform against other types. Look in your manual to find 
the Battle Chart. For example, a Grass-type does great against a 
Water-type, but it does poor against a Fire-type.

How do I build levels?
If you played an RPG before, you should understand know how it works. 
First, find an area like I said about before for capturing, or you 
can fight trainers. Go into battle, and if your Pokemon wins, it 
gains EXP. Once it gets a certain amount of EXP, it goes up a level. 
With a level-up, its stats increases. To see how much is needed, 
check its stats. If you switch Pokemon in battle, they both get EXP, 
but the amount is reduced. That can also help when you want to build 
your low-level Pokemon.

What are the Technical Machines (TMs) and Hidden Machines (HMs) for?
These items can teach your Pokemon new moves for battle, but they 
work a bit differently. TMs can only be used once and only work in 
battle. HMs can be used over and over, and the moves work on the 
Field Map and battle. Most moves can only work with certain Pokemon, 
such as "Fly" only works with Flying-type.

How do my Pokemon evolve?
Some Pokemon may evolve a couple times or some may not evolve at all! 
When they evolve, the Pokemon's stats increase more than a level-up 
would. Pokemon can in one of three ways:

#1: Level-Up 
This one is used more than the others. The Pokemon changes once it 
reaches a certain level. For example, Kakuna evolves into Beedrill at 
around Level 10.

#2: Item
Some Pokemon only evolve if you use a certain Stone. Most Stones can 
be bought at Celadon City. For example, Staryu evolves into Starmie 
if you use a Water Stone on it.

#3: Trade
These Pokemon only evolve if you trade with a friend who has another 
Game Pak. This applies to four Pokemon: Machoke, Kadabra, Haunter, and 
Graveler.

How do I earn money?
There are a couple of ways to do this. You can fight a trainer and win 
or use the "Pay Day" attack. You can get Pay Day from Meowth or from a 
TM on Route 12. Also fighting the Elite Four will get you a lot of 
cash.

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3) IMPORTANT INFO
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This section contains info for Hidden Machines, Technical Machines, 
and Safari Zone.

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Hidden Machines
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HM 01 - Cut:
In order for you to get the HM 01, you must first get the S.S. 
Ticket. Go to Route 24 and 25 and visit Bill the Pokemanic. Bill had 
a bizarre accident with a new experimental machine. Talk to him, and 
he goes into the machine. Use the PC, and Bill will be changed back 
to normal. He will give you the ticket as a reward. Visit Vermilion 
City and board the S.S. Anne. Work your way around the ship until you 
fight Gary. Beat Gary and go down the stairs to enter the captain's 
room. Talk to him and "rub" his back to get the HM. The Cut ability 
allows you to cut down trees to access other areas.

HM 02 - Fly: 
This one is not that hard to get. Go to Route 16 west of Celadon 
City. Cut down the tree and follow the road into a building. Keep 
going west and enter the house. The person inside will give you the 
HM. The Fly ability allows you to visit cities you've been to. 

HM 03 - Surf:
This one is located in the Secret House in Safari Zone. I can't 
really explain this well, so just try to make your way around. Once 
you reach the house, the man inside gives you the HM as a prize. The 
Surf ability allows you to move around on water. 

HM 04 - Strength:
The Warden in Fuchsia City will give you the HM if you give him his 
Gold Teeth. The teeth are located in Safari Zone. It's in Area 3 near 
the Secret House. Get them and give them to the Warden. Now that he 
can talk, he'll hand over the Hidden Machine. The Strength ability 
allows you to move heavy boulders.

HM 05 - Flash:
Enter Diglett's Cave east of Vermilion City. Go through to get near 
Viridian Forest. The one house in that section is where one of Prof. 
Oak's aides is. If you caught 10 or more kinds of Pokemon, he gives 
you HM 05.

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Technical Machines
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TM 01 - Mega Punch: Mt. Moon
TM 02 - Razor Wind: Celadon Poke Mart
TM 03 - Sword's Dance: Silph Co.
TM 04 - Whirlwind: Route 4
TM 05 - Mega Kick: Victory Road
TM 06 - Toxic: Fuchsia City Gym
TM 07 - Horn Drill: Celadon Poke Mart
TM 08 - Body Slam: S.S. Anne
TM 09 - Take Down: Saffron City
TM 10 - Double Edge: Game Corner
TM 11 - Bubble Beam: Cerulean City Gym
TM 12 - Water Gun: Mt. Moon
TM 13 - Ice Beam: Celadon Poke Mart
TM 14 - Blizzard: Cinnabar Island
TM 15 - Hyper Beam: Celadon City
TM 16 - Pay Day: Route 12
TM 17 - Submission: Victory Road
TM 18 - Counter: Celadon Poke Mart
TM 19 - Seismic Toss: Route 25
TM 20 - Rage: Route 15
TM 21 - Mega Drain: Celadon City Gym
TM 22 - Solar Beam: Cinnabar Island
TM 23 - Dragon Rage: Celadon City
TM 24 - Thunderbolt: Vermilion City Gym
TM 25 - Thunder: Power Plant
TM 26 - Earthquake: Silph Co.
TM 27 - Fissure: Viridian City
TM 28 - Dig: Cerulean City
TM 29 - Psychic: Saffron City
TM 30 - Teleport: Route 9
TM 31 - Mimic: Saffron City
TM 32 - Double Team: Fuchsia City
TM 33 - Reflect: Power Plant 
TM 34 - Bide: Pewter City Gym
TM 35 - Metronome: Cinnabar Island
TM 36 - Self Destruct: Silph Co.
TM 37 - Egg Bomb: Fuchsia City
TM 38 - Fire Blast: Cinnabar Gym
TM 39 - Swift: Route 12 Lookout
TM 40 - Skull Bash: Safari Zone
TM 41 - Soft Boiled: Celadon City
TM 42 - Dream Eater: Viridian City
TM 43 - Sky Attack: Victory Road
TM 44 - Rest: S.S. Anne 
TM 45 - Thunder Wave: Route 24
TM 46 - Psywave: Saffron City Gym
TM 47 - Explosion: Victory Road
TM 48 - Rock Slide: Celadon Poke Mart Roof
TM 49 - Tri Attack: Celadon Poke Mart Roof
TM 50 - Substitute: Celadon Poke Mart

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Safari Zone (Fuchsia City)
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For a low price of $500, you can capture all the Pokemon you want! 
Here's a rundown of how Safari Zone works. When you pay, you can 30 
Safari Balls and Bait. 30 Balls may seem a lot, but you'll end up 
using most of them. You have four areas to explore, each may have a 
Pokemon that is not in the other. You also have a timer, but it only 
decreases when you walk. When you run out of time or Balls, the game 
is over. The battle system in this mini-game works different than a 
regular battle. Instead of having Pokemon fight, you fight...sort of. 
In other words, you can't cause ANY damage to the enemy, that's why 
they give you 30 Balls! You have four 
commands in battle: 

Ball x(Amount of Balls) - Throws a Safari Ball. You usually have to 
throw multiple times to capture a Pokemon.
Bait - Throw some Bait. This makes it slightly easier to capture.
Throw Rock - Throw a nearby rock. Makes it slightly easier to 
capture, but the Pokemon tends to run away after you use this.
Run - Ummm...pretty much self-explanatory... :)

Here's a trick you can do to fight Pokemon in the Safari Zone outside 
of it. Enter the Safari Zone, exit and go to the eastern side of 
Seafoam Islands. Move up and down along the "shore" part to fight 
Pokemon from the Safari Zone! This makes it easier to capture them. 
The bad part is that there are some Pokemon that you won't find.

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4) FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
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Before you e-mail me a Pokemon Yellow question, read this section to 
see if your question will be already answered! I divided this section 
up a bit so it's easier to find a certain question.

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Yellow-Only
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Q: How do you get Surfing Pikachu?
A: You can use the same old solution, GameShark. Or you can enter 
Nintendo Power's Surfing Pikachu contest. I've heard that you receive 
a Surfing Pikachu from Pokemon Stadium from doing something, but I 
don't know how that works.

Q: Is Togepi in the game?
A: Since I have not heard of any real codes to get Togepi, I assume 
it's not in the game. The only place I've heard that there is 152 
Pokemon was from GamePro.

Q: Is Mew in the game?
A: Yeah, but the only way I know of getting one is to use a GameShark.

Q: Does Yellow have voice effects like Pokemon Pinball?
A: Yes it does. All of the ones I've heard so far are just from 
Pikachu though.

Q: Does Pokemon Yellow with Game Boy Color?
A: Yes, Yellow is GBC enhanced. To give you a general idea, the color 
is very similar to how Red/Blue looks on Super Game Boy.

Q: Does the Item Duplication trick still work in Yellow?
A: No, MissingNo. was removed from the game. 

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Items
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Q: Where is the Old Amber fossil?
A: You need the Cut ability for this. Go to Pewter City, and cut down 
the tree near the museum. Go through the door to a room in the Pokemon 
museum, and the fossil is in that room.

Q: What is the use of a PP Up?
A: It's purpose is to increase the PP of an ability of a Pokemon. You 
can use a maximum of three PP Ups per ability. But the PP increased 
will vary so here's how it works. The ability that has a low max PP 
will not increase very much, but an ability with a high max PP will. 
For example, if you use 3 PP Up on Tackle, its max will become 56 
from 35. If you use it on Hyper Beam, its max will become 8 from 5.

Q: How many Masterballs are in the game?
A: Only one, so use it on a one-time Pokemon like Mewtwo.

Q: How do I reach the Card Key in Silph. Co?
A: Here's how...

1. Go to the guard in the lower-left corner on the 5th Floor.
2. Step on the Warp Tile beside him.
3. When you reappear, step on it again.
4. Now you should be standing ontop of the tile by the guard. Take 1 
step down, and you can reach the Card Key.

Q: Is it possible to buy a Bicycle without a Bike Voucher?
A: No. The maximum amount of money you can have is $999,999.

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Pokemon Locations
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Q: What does "Area Unknown" in the Pokedex mean?
A: It means that that Pokemon can only be evolved from another 
Pokemon or it can mean you have to fish for it.

Q: If I defeat the rare Pokemon (Articuno, Zapdos, Moltres, Snorlax, 
Mewtwo) is there any other way to get them?
A: No, so once you defeat one, it's gone for good!

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Badges/HMs
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Q: Why does my Pokemon not obey me?
A: You must get the Badge that allows you to command a higher level 
Pokemon!

Q: I've defeated [Insert Gym Leader here], and they say I can use 
[Insert HM Ability here]. How do I use it?
A: The Badge you get from winning only "allows" you to use the 
ability once you have found the HM! For example, Lt. Surge says that 
you can use "Fly", but you must first get HM 02 west of Celadon City. 
Then teach it to a Pokemon.

Q: I have the HM, but the ability won't work!
A: You must earn the Badge that allows you to use it!

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Evolution
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Q: How do I stop my Pokemon from evolving?
A: Once it starts to evolve, simply press B to cancel the process. 
Once the Pokemon gains another Level, it'll try to evolve again.

Q: It says to trade this certain Pokemon. Where do I trade it?
A: This only applies to Graveler, Kadabra, Machoke, and Haunter. You 
trade those Pokemon to another Pokemon cartridge. When you do that, 
they'll will evolve into their next stage.

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5) ABILITY LIST
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For this section, it tells you the abilities in the game.

Here's how these are listed: 
Name | Type | PP | Effect

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*A*
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Absorb | Grass | 20 | Pokemon absorbs HP equal to 1/2 the damage 
delt.

Acid | Poison | 30 | Damages and may decrease enemy's Defense.

Acid Armor | Poison | 40 | Increases Pokemon's Defense.

Agility | Psychic | 30 | Greatly increases Speed.

Amnesia | Psychic | 20 | Greatly increases Special.

Aurora Beam | Ice | 20 | Damages, may Freeze enemy and/or decrease 
its Attack.

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*B*
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Barrage | Normal | 20 | Pokemon attacks 2 to 5 times in a row.

Barrier | Psychic | 30 | Greatly increases Defense.

Bide | Normal | 10 | Pokemon loses 2 to 3 turns, then damages twice 
the amount it received.

Bind | Normal | 20 | Pokemon attacks 2 to 5 times in a row.

Bite | Normal | 25 | Damages.

Blizzard | Ice | 5 | Damages and may Freeze enemy.

Body Slam | Normal | 15 | Damages and may Paralyze enemy.

Bone Club | Ground | 20 | Damages.

Bonemerang | Ground | 10 | Pokemon attacks 2 times.

Bubble | Water | 30 | Damages and may decrease Speed.

Bubblebeam | Water | 20 | Damages and may decrease Speed. 

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*C*
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Clamp | Water | 10 | Pokemon attacks 2 to 5 times in a row.

Comet Punch | Normal | 15 | Pokemon attacks 2 to 5 times in a row.

Confuse Ray | Ghost | 10 | Confuses enemy.

Confusion | Psychic | 25 | Damages and may Confuse enemy.

Constrict | Normal | 25 | Damages and decreases enemy's Speed.

Conversion | Normal | 30 | Converts the Pokemon's type to enemy's.

Counter | Fighting | 20 | Hits enemy for twice the damage taken.

Crabhammer | Water | 10 | Good chance for getting critical hit.

Cut | Normal | 30 | Damages.

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*D*
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Defense Curl | Normal | 40 | Increases Defense.

Dig | Ground | 10 | Pokemon digs on the first turn, then attacks on 
the second. (Doesn't effect Flying-type Pokemon)

Disable | Normal | 20 | Disables a Pokemon's ability.

Dizzy Punch | Normal | 10 | Damages.

Double Kick | Fighting | 30 | Pokemon attacks twice.

Double Team | Normal | 15 | Increases Pokemon's Evade.

Double-Edge | Normal | 15 | Pokemon takes 1/4 the damage the enemy 
takes.

Doubleslap | Normal | 10 | Pokemon attacks multiple times.

Dragon Rage | Dragon | 10 | Pokemon causes 40 HP damage.

Dream Eater | Psychic | 15 | While enemy Pokemon Sleeps, Pokemon 
absorbs HP.

Drill Peck | Flying | 20 | Damages.

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*E*
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Earthquake | Ground | 10 | Damages. (Doesn't affect Flying-type 
Pokemon)

Egg Bomb | Normal | 10 | Damages.

Ember | Fire | 25 | Damages and may Burn enemy.

Explosion | Normal | 5 | Damages, but kills Pokemon.

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*F*
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Fire Blast | Fire | 5 | Damages and may Burn enemy.

Fire Punch | Fire | 15 | Damages and may Burn enemy.

Fire Spin | Fire | 15 | Pokemon attacks 2 to 5 times in a row.

Fissure | Ground | 5 | May defeat enemy Pokemon in one hit. (Doesn't 
affect Flying-type Pokemon)

Flamethrower | Fire | 15 | Damages and may Burn enemy.

Flash | Normal | 20 | Decreases enemy Pokemon's Accuracy.

Fly | Flying | 15 | Pokemon flies up on first turn, then attacks on 
the second turn.

Focus Energy | Normal | 30 | Increases chances of critical hits. 

Fury Attack | Normal | 20 | Pokemon attacks 2 to 5 times in a row.

Fury Swipes | Normal | 15 | Pokemon attacks 2 to 5 times in a row.

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*G*
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Glare | Normal | 30 | Paralyzes enemy.

Growl | Normal | 40 | Decreases enemy's Attack.

Growth | Normal | 40 | Increases Special.

Guillotine | Normal | 5 | Can defeat enemy in one hit.

Gust | Normal | 35 | Damages.

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*H*
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Harden | Normal | 30 | Increases Defense.

Haze | Ice | 30 | Cures all Status effects on both Pokemon.

Head Butt | Normal | 15 | Damages.

Hi Jump Kick | Fighting | 20 | If Pokemon misses, it takes 1/8 the 
damage it would have caused.

Horn Attack | Normal | 25 | Damages.

Horn Drill | Normal | 5 | Can defeat enemy in one hit.

Hydro Pump | Water | 5 | Damages.

Hyper Beam | Normal | 5 | Pokemon attacks on first turn, then 
recharges on the second turn.

Hyper Fang | Normal | 15 | Damages. 

Hypnosis | Psychic | 20 | Puts enemy to Sleep.

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*I*
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Ice Beam | Ice | 10 | Damages and may Freeze enemy.

Ice Punch | Ice | 15 | Damages and may Freeze enemy.

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*J*
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Jump Kick | Fighting | 25 | If Pokemon misses, it takes 1/8 the 
damage it would have caused.

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*K*
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Karate Chop | Normal | 25 | Good chance of a critical hit.

Kinesis | Psychic | 15 | Decreases enemy's accuracy rating. Can only 
be accessed by using Metronome.

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*L*
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Leech Life | Bug | 15 | Pokemon absorbs some of enemy's HP.

Leech Seed | Grass | 10 | Pokemon absorbs some of enemy's HP each 
turn.

Leer | Normal | 30 | Decreases enemy's Defense.

Lick | Ghost | 30 | Damages and may Paralyze enemy.

Light Screen | Psychic | 30 | Decreases damage from Special Attacks 
by 50%.

Lovely Kiss | Normal | 10 | Puts enemy to sleep.

Low Kick | Fighting | 20 | Damages.

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*M*
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Meditate | Psychic | 40 | Increases Attack.

Mega Drain | Grass | 10 | Pokemon absorbs HP from enemy equal to 1/2 
the damage caused.

Mega Kick | Normal | 5 | Damages. 

Mega Punch | Normal | 20 | Damages.

Metronome | Normal | 10 | Selects a random Ability to use.

Mimic | Normal | 10 | Pokemon mimics enemy's last attack.

Minimize | Normal | 20 | Increases Pokemon's Evade.

Mirror Move | Flying | 20 | Pokemon mimics enemy's last attack.

Mist | Ice | 30 | Immune to stat decreasing Attacks.

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*N*
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Night Shade | Ghost | 15 | Causes damage equal to EXP Level.

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*P*
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Pay Day | Normal | 20 | Damages and get money after battle. (Money 
received: EXP Level x 2)

Peck | Flying | 35 | Damages.

Petal Dance | Grass | 20 | Damages, but Confuses Pokemon.

Pin Missle | Bug | 20 | Pokemon attacks 2 to 5 times in a row.

Poison Gas | Poison | 40 | Poisons enemy.

Poison Sting | Poison | 35 | Damages and may Poison enemy.

Poison Powder | Poison | 35 | Poisons enemy.

Pound | Normal | 35 | Damages.

Psybeam | Psychic | 20 | Damages and may Confuse enemy.

Psychic | Psychic | 10 | Damages and may decrease enemy's Special.

Psywave | Psychic | 15 | Damage caused is equal to 1.5 times 
Pokemon's EXP Level.

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*Q*
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Quick Attack | Normal | 30 | Pokemon attacks first.

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*R*
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Rage | Normal | 20 | Damages and increases Attack when damaged until 
battle is over.

Razor Leaf | Grass | 25 | Damages and has good chance of a critical 
hit.

Razor Wind | Normal | 10 | Pokemon builds power on the first turn, 
then attacks on the second turn.

Recover | Normal | 20 | Restores HP equal to 1/2 of Pokemon's max HP.

Reflect | Psychic | 20 | Decreases damage from Physical Attacks by 
50%.

Rest | Psychic | 10 | Pokemon restores HP, but loses 2 turns.

Roar | Normal | 20 | Makes wild enemy Pokemon run away.

Rock Slide | Rock | 10 | Damages.

Rock Throw | Rock | 15 | Damages.

Rolling Kick | Fighting | 15 | Damages.

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*S*
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Sand-Attack | Normal | 15 | Decreases enemy's Accuracy.

Scratch | Normal | 30 | Damages.

Screech | Normal | 40 | Greatly decreases enemy's Defense.

Seismic Toss | Fighting | 20 | Damage caused is equal to Pokemon's 
EXP Level.

Self Destruct | Normal | 5 | Damages but faints your Pokemon.

Sharpen | Normal | 30 | Increases Attack. 

Sing | Normal | 15 | Puts enemy to Sleep.

Skull Bash | Normal | 15 | Pokemon lowers head on the first turn, 
then attacks on the second.

Sky Attack | Flying | 5 | Pokemon builds power on the first turn, 
then attacks on the second turn.

Slam | Normal | 20 | Damages.

Slash | Normal | 20 | Damages and has a chance for a critical hit.

Sleep Powder | Grass | 15 | Puts enemy to Sleep.

Sludge | Poison | 20 | Damages and may Poison enemy.

Smog | Poison | 20 | Damages and may Poison enemy.

Smokescreen | Normal | 20 | Decreases enemy's Accuracy.

Softboiled | Normal | 10 | Pokemon recovers HP. (Works only with 
Chansey and Mew)

Solar Beam | Grass | 10 | Pokemon absorbs sunlight on the first turn, 
then attacks on the second turn.

Sonicboom | Normal | 20 | Causes 20 HP damage.

Spike Cannon | Normal | 15 | Pokemon attacks 2 to 5 times in a row.

Splash | Normal | 40 | Damages?

Spore | Grass | 15 | Puts enemy to Sleep.

Stomp | Normal | 20 | Damages.

Strength | Normal | 15 | Damages.

String Shot | Bug | 40 | Decreases enemy's Speed.

Struggle | Normal | 10 | Only used when Pokemon runs out of PP, but 
Pokemon takes 1/4 the damage caused.

Stun Spore | Grass | 30 | Paralyzes enemy.

Submission | Fighting | 25 | Pokemon takes 1/4 the damage caused.

Substitute | Normal | 10 | Pokemon creates a "doll" which fights for 
itself. Breaks when takes too much damage.

Super Fang | Normal | 10 | Decreases enemy's HP by 1/2.

Supersonic | Normal | 20 | Confuses enemy.

Surf | Water | 15 | Damages.

Swift | Normal | 20 | Damages, and highly accurate.

Swords Dance | Normal | 30 | Greatly increases Attack.

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*T*
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Tackle | Normal | 35 | Damages.

Tail Whip | Normal | 30 | Decreases enemy's Defense.

Take Down | Normal | 20 | Pokemon takes 1/4 the damage caused.

Teleport | Psychic | 20 | Escape from wild Pokemon battles.

Thrash | Normal | 20 | Damages, but Confuses Pokemon.

Thunder | Electric | 10 | Damages and may Paralyze enemy.

Thunder Wave | Electric | 20 | Paralyzes enemy.

Thunderbolt | Electric | 15 | Damages and may Paralyze enemy.

Thunderpunch | Electric | 15 | Damages and may Paralyze enemy.

Thundershock | Electric | 30 | Damages and may Paralyze enemy.

Toxic | Poison | 10 | Poisons enemy, but damage increases each turn.

Transform | Normal | 10 | Changes Pokemon into enemy Pokemon.

Tri Attack | Normal | 10 | Damages.

Twineedle | Bug | 20 | Pokemon attacks twice, and may Poison enemy.

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*V*
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Vicegrip | Normal | 30 | Damages.

Vine Whip | Grass | 10 | Damages.

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*W*
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Water Gun | Water | 25 | Damages.

Waterfall | Water | 15 | Damages.

Whirlwind | Normal | 20 | Tosses wild Pokemon out of battle.

Wing Attack | Flying | 35 | Damages.

Withdraw | Water | 40 | Increases Defense.

Wrap | Normal | 20 | Pokemon attacks 2 to 5 times in a row.

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6) WALKTHROUGH 
===============
This section contains the walkthrough obviously.

As before, when you start a new game, Prof. Oak will give you an intro 
to the game. Then pick your name and your Rival's name. I'll put Gary 
as the Rival.

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Pallet Town
-----------
Pokemon:
#025 - Pikachu

Items:
Potion

  When the game first begins, turn on the PC in your room and withdraw 
the Potion. Exit the house and try to exit Pallet Town. Prof. Oak 
stops you and a battle will begin. Oak uses a Poke Ball and captures 
the wild Pikachu. Then he takes you back to his lab. 
  The Prof. let's you take the Poke Ball containing Eevee, but Gary 
just shoves you out of the way. He takes and you get the Pikachu. Now 
try to leave the lab, and Gary challenges you. I find this battle much 
easier than the one in Red/Blue. If you win, you get some money, and 
your Pikachu gains a level. Pikachu comes out of his Poke Ball, and 
Oak will comment that it dislikes being in the Ball. Try "talking" to 
Pikachu to check his condition. Now you can go north to Route 1.

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Route 1
-------
Pokemon:
#016 - Pidgey
#019 - Rattata

Items:
Potion
  
  You can only train your Pikachu here. Talk to the first guy you see 
to get a free Potion. Keep going up to reach Viridian City.

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Viridian City
-------------
Pokemon:
None

Items:
Oak's Parcel

  Enter the Poke Mart, and clerk will hand you a package that you have 
to deliver to Prof. Oak. So head back to Pallet...

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Pallet Town
-----------
Pokemon:
None

Items:
Pokedex
Town Map

  Go into the lab and give him the package. Then he will give Gary and 
you a Pokedex. Even though Gary says his sister won't give you a Town 
Map, go into his house. Talk to his sister to get the map. Now go back 
up to Viridian City.

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Viridian City
-------------
Pokemon:
None

Items:
None

  Now you can buy items at the Poke Mart, so get about 5 Poke Balls. 
Go to Route 1 and capture a Pidgey and Rattata. You can go west of 
Viridian City to Route 22, but it's optional.

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Route 22
--------
Pokemon:
#021 - Spearow
#029 - Nidoran (F)
#032 - Nidoran (M)
#056 - Mankey

Items:
None

  Yes, you can find a Mankey this early in the game. Capture the 4 new 
Pokemon here. You have probably ran out of Poke Balls by now, so go 
back and get 5 more. Then that should be all you need for now. If you 
try to go west, Gary will pop up and challenge you to another fight.

<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
TRAINER: Gary
REWARDS: $280
POKEMON: L9 Spearow & L8 Eevee

Spearow is a piece of cake with Pikachu. Two Thundershocks should take 
him down. Eevee might be a problem, so use Thunderwave if your Pikachu 
has it. 
<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

Now go to Viridian and go north to Route 2.

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Route 2
-------
Pokemon:
#016 - Pidgey
#019 - Rattata
#029 - Nidoran (F)
#032 - Nidoran (M)

Items:
None

  Nothing to do here. Go up to Viridian Forest.

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Viridian Forest
---------------
Pokemon:
#010 - Caterpie
#011 - Metapod
#016 - Pidgey
#017 - Pidgeotto

Items:
Poke Ball
Potion (x2)

  And you can also find a Pidgeotto very early in the game. I haven't 
seen any Weedles/Kakunas here so I can assume they're not in Yellow. 
Anyway, capture a Caterpie, collect the items, and defeat the 
Trainers. I would recommend that you try to raise your team of Pokemon 
to about L10. It's a good idea to have low-level Pokemon fight wild 
Metapods because they can't harm you (all they know is Harden). Once 
you get through this forest, you will end up at Pewter City.

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Pewter City
-----------
Pokemon:
None

Items:
None

  The main objective is to go to the Gym and beat Brock. I would 
recommend getting a Butterfree and train it so it learns Confusion. 
You can also use Mankey. So head to the Gym and talk to the Leader.

<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
TRAINER: Brock
PRIZES: $1188, Boulder Badge, & TM 34
POKEMON: L10 Geodude & L12 Onix

If Pikachu doesn't have Quick Attack, don't bother using him for this 
fight. Use Butterfree's Confusion, and you won't have much of a 
problem winning. Another strategy is to capture Mankey and raise him 
to L10. Then use the Low Kick ability. Either way, it'll be an easy 
match.
<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

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Route 3
-------
Pokemon:
#019 - Rattata
#021 - Spearow
#027 - Sandshrew
#056 - Mankey
#129 - Magikarp

Items:
None

  This is obviously a good place to train because there are a lot of 
Trainers here. Once you get through all of them, you'll find the grass 
area. Just capture a Sandshrew. If you check out the Pokemon Center, 
one of the people there will be selling a Magikarp. I wouldn't 
recommend getting one now because you can easily another one later. 
Then continue on to find the entrance to Mt. Moon. 

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Mt. Moon
--------
Pokemon:
#027 - Sandshrew
#035 - Clefairy
#041 - Zubat
#046 - Paras
#074 - Geodude

Items:
Potion (x2)
TM 01
TM 12
Rare Candy
Escape Rope
HP Up
Moon Stone (x2)
Ether

  You have a bunch of new Pokemon to catch here. You'll find Geodude 
and Zubat often, but it will take a while before you encounter a 
Clefairy or Paras. If you just want to get through this place, go down 
the ladder in the upper-left corner of the floor. 
  Keep going until you reach the Fossils. There you have to fight a 
Super Nerd. He has a L12 Grimer, L12 Voltorb, and a L12 Koffing. Use 
Butterfree and Geodude, and you shouldn't have a problem. Once you 
defeat him, you choose either a Helix Fossil or a Dome Fossil. It 
doesn't really matter now which one you pick. Attempt to continue on, 
and you'll have your first fight with Jessie and James...

<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
TRAINER: Jessie & James
REWARDS: $420
POKEMON: L14 Ekans, L14 Meowth, & L14 Koffing

As you can tell, they use their "trademark" Pokemon. For Ekans, hit 
with Butterfree's Confusion. Since Meowth's attacks are Normal-type, 
use Geodude so that they do little damage. And again, use Butterfree 
against Koffing. 
<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

  Now continue on to exit Mt. Moon.

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Route 4
-------
Pokemon:
#019 - Rattata
#021 - Spearow
#027 - Sandshrew
#056 - Mankey

Items:
TM 04

  Nothing much to do here. Just grab TM 04 and go east to Cerulean.

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Cerulean City
-------------
Pokemon:
#001 - Bulbasaur

Items:
None

  If you enter the building to the left of the Pokemon Center, there 
will be a woman inside with some other Pokemon. Talk to her, and say 
yes to get the Bulbasaur. I think your Pikachu must be happy for that 
to work, but I'm not sure.
  You can go directly to the Gym and fight Misty or you can fight the 
Trainers north of here for some EXP. If your Pikachu isn't at least 
L18, trainer him. Remember not to get its Level over 20 or it won't 
obey you!

<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
TRAINER: Misty
REWARDS: $2079, Cascade Badge, & TM 11
POKEMON: L18 Staryu & L21 Starmie

Because Pikachu has a low Defense, you should be bring a couple of 
Potions if needed. Keep using Thundershock until they go down. 
Starmie's Bubblebeam can easily take out Pikachu, so make sure you 
bring out Pokemon at least L15. Butterfree is good for this fight 
because of its Sleep Powder attack. 
<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

  The next place to head is north to Route 24 & 25...

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Route 24 & 25
-------------
Pokemon:
#004 - Charmander
#016 - Pidgey
#043 - Oddish
#048 - Venonat
#069 - Bellsprout

Items:
Nugget
TM 45

   When you try to go north, Gary will walk up to you. Make sure your 
Pokemon are at L15 or higher before you head up.

<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
TRAINER: Gary
REWARDS: $595
POKEMON: L18 Spearow, L15 Sandshrew, L15 Rattata, & L17 Eevee

Use Pikachu's Thundershock for Spearow. Geodude works well for the 
other because their attacks are Normal-type.
<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

  Gary mentions about Bill and his storage system. So you're next stop 
is Bill's House. But before you can reach him, you have to fight the 
Trainers on "Nugget Bridge". Here's what they use:

Trainer #1 - L14 Caterpie & L14 Weedle
Trainer #2 - L14 Pidgey & L14 Nidoran (F)
Trainer #3 - L14 Rattata, L14 Ekans, & L14 Zubat
Trainer #4 - L16 Pidgey & L16 Nidoran (F)
Trainer #5 - L18 Mankey
Rocket - L15 Ekans & L15 Zubat

  Once you beat the 5 Trainers, you get a Nugget. But then you have to 
fight a the Team Rocket member. Use Confusion to beat him.
  Yes, you can get Charmander here. One of the characters says he 
should release his Charmander. When he says if you'll take care of 
him, say yes, and you'll get it. Catch a Venonat, Bellsprout and 
Oddish and go east. There you'll find a bunch of Trainers. You have to 
fight some of them in order to continue on. Go keeping until you find 
a house.

---------------------------------
Sea Cottage (a.k.a. Bill's House)
---------------------------------
Pokemon:
None

Items:
S.S. Ticket

  When you first enter, Pikachu runs up to a Pokemon with has a "?" 
balloon above his head. Talk to the Pokemon to find out it's actually 
Bill. After he enters the machine, use the PC to get him back to 
normal (Pikachu makes a nice face after you do that). He'll give you 
the S.S. Ticket as a reward. 
  Exit the house and re-enter it. This time, turn on the PC. You can 
get a Pokedex picture of Eevee, Vaporeon, Jolteon, and Flareon. 

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Cerulean City
-------------
Pokemon:
None

Items:
TM 28

  Once you get back here, you can now enter the house where a TM was 
stolen. Exit the house through the hole to the north. Outside will be 
a TR member. Defeat him to recover TM 28, Dig. Now head south to Route 
5.

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Route 5
-------
Pokemon:
#016 - Pidgey
#019 - Rattata
#039 - Jigglypuff
#063 - Abra

Items:

  If you want to fight Pokemon in this area, go down the path with the 
fence things. The main creature to capture is Abra since he will be 
your first Psychic Pokemon.
  At the end of the Route is the Pokemon Daycare Center. Go past that 
to find 2 buildings. Enter the small building with a sign in front of 
it. 

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Underground Path
----------------
Pokemon:
None

Items:
Full Restore

  Nothing much about here. Near the staircase you go down is a hidden 
Full Restore. Just press A a bit, and you should eventually get it. 
Continue south to Route 6.

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Route 6
-------
Pokemon:
#016 - Pidgey
#019 - Rattata
#039 - Jigglypuff
#063 - Abra

Items:
None

  There are a couple of Trainers here if you need to build some 
levels. When you're ready, go south.

--------------
Vermilion City
--------------
Pokemon:
#007 - Squirtle 

Items:
Bike Voucher
Old Rod

  Near the Poke Mart is a woman who caught a Squirtle that was roaming 
around. She says it needs a good trainer to set it straight. You can 
only get this Squirtle once you defeat Lt. Surge, so don't worry about 
it now.
  To get the Bike Voucher, enter the building right above the Gym. In 
this building is the Pokemon Fan Club. Go inside and talk to the 
club's president. Listen to his story about Rapidash, and he'll give 
you the voucher. Now head back to Cerulean City's Bike Shop to get the 
bike.
  In the building to the left of the Pokemon Center is the Fishing 
Guru. Talk to him and say you like to fish. He'll then give you the 
Old Rod.
  Once you're done looking around, head south to the S.S. Anne.

         ~ The rest of this Walkthrough is coming soon! ~

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7) POKEMON LIST 
================
This section has profiles for each of the Pokemon.

NOTE: I left out most of the info here because it might be different 
in this version. Once I confirm it, I'll put it up.

Here's how each profile is listed:

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# - Name
Type: 1 or 2 of the 15 kinds.
Evolution: What the Pokemon can evolve into.
Location: Where it is found.
Height: Pokemon's height.
Weight: Pokemon's weight.
Pokedex: What the Pokedex says about the Pokemon.

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#1 - Bulbasaur
Type: Grass/Poison
Evolution: Ivysaur - L16
Location: Cerulean City
Height: 2' 4''
Weight: 15 lbs.
Pokedex: It can go for days without eating a single morsel. In the 
bulb on its back, it stores energy.

#2 - Ivysaur
Type: Grass/Poison
Evolution: Venusaur - L32
Location: ???
Height: 3' 3''
Weight: 29 lbs.
Pokedex: The bulb on its back grows by drawing energy. It gives off an 
aroma when its ready to bloom.

#3 - Venusaur
Type: Grass/Poison
Evolution: -
Location: ???
Height: 6' 7''
Weight: 221 lbs.
Pokedex: The flower on its back catches the sun's rays. The sunlight 
is then absorbed and used for energy.

#4 - Charmander
Type: Fire
Evolution: Charmeleon - L16
Location: Route 24 (Not found in grass)
Height: 2' 0''
Weight: 19 lbs.
Pokedex: The flame at the tip of its tail makes a sound as it burns. 
You can only hear it in quiet places.

#5 - Charmeleon
Type: Fire
Evolution: Charizard - L36
Location: ???
Height: 3' 7''
Weight: 42 lbs.
Pokedex: Tough fights could excite this Pokemon.  When excited, it may 
blow out bluish-white flames.

#6 - Charizard
Type: Fire/Flying
Evolution: -
Location: ???
Height: 5' 7''
Weight: 200 lbs.
Pokedex: When expelling a blast of super hot fire, the red flame at he 
tip of its tail burns more intensely.

#7 - Squirtle
Type: Water
Evolution: Wartortle - L16
Location: Vermilion City
Height: 1' 8''
Weight: 20 lbs.
Pokedex: Shoots water at prey while in the water. Withdraws into its 
shell when in danger.

#8 - Wartortle
Type: Water
Evolution: Blastoise - L36
Location: ???
Height: 3' 3'' 
Weight: 50 lbs.
Pokedex: When tapped, this Pokemon will pull in its head, but its tail 
will still stick out a little bit.

#9 - Blastoise
Type: Water
Evolution: -
Location: ???
Height: 5' 3''
Weight: 189 lbs.
Pokedex: Once it takes aim at its enemy, it blasts out water with even 
more force than a fire hose.

#10 - Caterpie
Type: Bug
Evolution: Metapod - L7
Location: Viridian Forest
Height: 1' 0''
Weight: 6 lbs.
Abilities:
Tackle - N/A
String Shot - N/A
Harden - L7
Pokedex: If you touch the feeler on the top of its head, it will 
release a horrible stink to protect itself.

#11 - Metapod
Type: Bug
Evolution: Butterfree - L10
Location: Viridian Forest
Height: 2' 4''
Weight: 22 lbs. 
Pokedex: Hardens its shell to protect itself. However, a large impact 
may cause it to pop out of its shell.

#12 - Butterfree
Type: Bug/Flying
Evolution: -
Location: -
Height: 3' 7''
Weight: 71 lbs.
Abilities:
Confusion - L10
Poison Powder - L13
Stun Spore - L14
Sleep Powder - L15
Supersonic - L18
Pokedex: Its wings, covered with poisonous powders, repel water. This 
allows it to fly in the rain.

#13 - Weedle
Type: Bug/Poison
Evolution: Kakuna - L7
Location: ???
Height: 1' 0''
Weight: 7 lbs.
Pokedex: Beware of the sharp stinger on its head. It hides in grass 
and bushes where it eats leaves.

#14 - Kakuna
Type: Bug/Poison
Evolution: Beedrill - L10
Location: ???
Height: 2' 0''
Weight: Able to move only slightly. When endangered, it may stick out 
its stinger and poison its enemy.

#15 - Beedrill
Type: Bug/Poison
Evolution: -
Location: ???
Height: 3' 3''
Weight: 65 lbs.
Pokedex: It has 3 poisonous stingers on its forelegs and its tail. 
They are used to jab its enemy repeatedly.

#16 - Pidgey
Type: Normal/Flying
Evolution: Pidgeotto - L18
Location: No need to tell you the locations...
Height: 1' 0''
Weight: 4 lbs.
Abilities:
Sand-Attack - L5
Quick Attack - L12
Pokedex: Very docile. If attacked, it will often kick up sand to 
protect itself rather than fight back.

#17 - Pidgeotto
Type: Normal/Flying
Evolution: Pidgeot - L36
Location: No need to tell you the locations...
Height: 3' 7''
Weight: 66 lbs.
Pokedex: This Pokemon is full of vitality. It constantly flies around 
its large territory in search of prey.

#18 - Pidgeot
Type: Normal/Flying
Evolution: -
Location: ???
Height: 4' 11''
Weight: 87 lbs.
Pokedex: This pokemon flies at mach 2 speed, seeking prey. Its large 
talons are feared as wicked weapons.

#19 - Rattata
Type: Normal
Evolution: Raticate - L20
Location: No need to tell you the locations...
Height: 1' 0''
Weight: 8 lbs.
Pokedex: Will chew on anything with its fangs. If you see one, it is 
certain that 40 more live in the area. 

#20 - Raticate
Type: Normal
Evolution: -
Location: Route 16, Route 9, Route 10, Route 11, Route 18, Cinnabar 
Island & Route 21
Height: 2' 4''
Weight: 41 lbs.
Pokedex: Its hind feet are webbed.  They act as flippers, so it can 
swim in rivers and hunt for prey.

#21 - Spearow
Type: Normal/Flying
Evolution: Fearow - L20
Location: Route 22, Route 3, Route 4, Route 9, Route 16, & Route 18
Height: 1' 0''
Weight: 4 lbs.
Abilities:
Leer - L9
Pokedex: Inept at flying high. However, it can fly around very fast 
protect its territory. 

#22 - Fearow
Type: Normal/Flying
Evolution: -
Location: ???
Height: 3' 11''
Weight: 84 lbs.
Pokedex: A Pokemon that dates back many years. If it senses danger, it 
flies high and away, instantly.

#23 - Ekans
Type: Poison
Evolution: Arbok - L22
Location: ???
Height: 6' 7''
Weight: 15 lbs.
Pokedex: The older it gets, the longer it grows.  At night, it wraps 
its body around tree branches to rest.

#24 - Arbok
Type: Poison
Evolution: -
Location: ???
Height: 11' 6''
Weight: 143 lbs.
Pokedex: The frightening patterns on its belly have been studied. Six 
variations have been confirmed.

#25 - Pikachu
Type: Electric
Evolution: Raichu - Thunder Stone
Location: Pallet Town
Height: 1' 4''
Weight: 13 lbs.
Abilities:
Tail Whip - L6
Thunder Wave - L8
Quick Attack - L11
Double Team - L15
Pokedex: It keeps its tail raised to monitor its surroundings. If you 
yank its tail, it will try to bite you. 

#26 - Raichu
Type: Electric
Evolution: -
Location: ???
Height: 2' 7''
Weight: 66 lbs.
Pokedex: When electricity builds up inside its body, it becomes 
feisty. It also glows in the dark.

#27 - Sandshrew
Type: Ground
Evolution: Sandslash - L22
Location: Route 3, Mt. Moon, & Route 4
Height: 2' 0''
Weight: 26 lbs.
Pokedex: Its body is dry. When it gets cold at night, its hide is said 
to become coated with a fine dew. 

#28 - Sandslash
Type: Ground
Evolution: -
Location: ???
Height: 3' 3''
Weight: 65 lbs.
Pokedex: It is skilled at slashing enemies with its claws. If broken, 
they start to grow back in a day.

#29 - Nidoran (Female)
Type: Poison
Evolution: Nidorina - L16
Location: Route 2, Route 22, Route 9, Route 10, & Safari Zone
Height: 1' 4''
Weight: 15 lbs.
Pokedex: A mild-mannered Pokemon that does not like to fight. Beware, 
its small horns secrete venom.

#30 - Nidorina
Type: Poison
Evolution: Nidoqueen - Moon Stone
Location: ???
Height: 2' 7''
Weight: 44 lbs.
Pokedex: When resting deep in its burrow, its thorns always retract.  
This is proof that it is relaxed.

#31 - Nidoqueen
Type: Poison/Ground
Evolution: -
Location: ???
Height: 4' 3''
Weight: 132 lbs.
Pokedex: Tough scales cover the sturdy body of this Pokemon. It 
appears that the scales grow in cycles.

#32 - Nidoran (Male)
Type: Poison
Evolution: Nidorino - L16
Location: Route 2, Route 22, Route 9, Route 10, & Safari Zone
Height: 1' 8''
Weight: 20 lbs.
Pokedex: Its large ears are always kept upright. If it senses danger, 
it will attack with a poisonous sting. 

#33 - Nidorino
Type: Poison
Evolution: Nidoking - Moon Stone
Location: ???
Height: 2' 11''
Weight: 43 lbs.
Pokedex: Its horns contain venom. If they are stabbed into an enemy, 
the impact makes the poison leak out.

#34 - Nidoking
Type: Poison/Ground
Evolution: -
Location: ???
Height: 4' 7''
Weight: 137 lbs.
Pokedex: Its steel-like hid adds to its powerful tackle. Its horns are 
so hard, they can pierce a diamond.

#35 - Clefairy
Type: Normal
Evolution: Clefable - Moon Stone
Location: Mt. Moon
Height: 2' 0''
Weight: 17 lbs.
Pokedex: Adored for their cute look and playfulness. They are thought 
to be rare, as they do not appear often.

#36 - Clefable
Type: Normal
Evolution: -
Location: ???
Height: 4' 3''
Weight: 88 lbs. 
Pokedex: They appear to be very protective of their own world. It is a 
kind of fairy, rarely seen by people.

#37 - Vulpix
Type: Fire
Evolution: Ninetales - Fire Stone
Location: ???
Height: 2' 0''
Weight: 22 lbs.
Pokedex: oth its fur and its tails are beautiful. As it grows, the 
tails split and form more tails.

#38 - Ninetales
Type: Fire
Evolution: -
Location: ???
Height: 3' 7''
Weight: 44 lbs.
Pokedex: According to an enduring ledgend 9 noble saints were united 
and recarnated as this Pokemon.

#39 - Jigglypuff
Type: Normal
Evolution: Wigglytuff - Moon Stone
Location: Route 5, Route 6, Route 7, & Route 8
Height: 1' 8''
Weight: 12 lbs.
Pokedex: Uses its alluring eyes enrapture its foes. It then sings a 
pleasing melody that lulls the foe to sleep.

#40 - Wigglytuff
Type: Normal
Evolution: -
Location: ???
Height: 3' 3''
Weight: 26 lbs.
Pokedex: Its body is full of elasticity. By inhaling deeply, it can 
continue to inflate itself without limit.

#41 - Zubat
Type: Poison/Flying
Evolution: Golbat - L22
Location: Mt. Moon, Rock Tunnel, Seafoam Island, & Victory Road
Height: 2' 7''
Weight: 17 lbs.
Pokedex: Emits ultrasonic cries when it flies. They act as a sonar 
used to check for objects in the way.

#42 - Golbat
Type: Poison/Flying
Evolution: -
Location: ???
Height: 5' 3''
Weight: 121 lbs.
Pokedex: It attacks in a stealthy manner without warning. Its sharp 
fangs are used to bite and suck blood.

#43 - Oddish
Type: Grass/Poison
Evolution: Gloom - L21
Location: Route 24, Route 25, Route 12, Route 13, Route 14, & Route 15
Height: 1' 8''
Weight: 12 lbs.
Pokedex: It may be mistaken for a clump of weeds.  If you try to yank 
it out of the ground, it shrieks horribly.

#44 - Gloom
Type: Grass/Poison
Evolution: Vileplume - Leaf Stone
Location: ???
Height: 2' 7''
Weight: 19 lbs.
Pokedex: Smells incredibly foul!  However, around 1 out of 1,000 
people enjoy sniffing its nose-bending stink.

#45 - Vileplume
Type: Grass/Poison
Evolution: -
Location: ???
Height: 3' 11''
Weight: 41 lbs.
Pokedex: Flaps its broad flower petals to scatter its poisonous 
pollen. The flapping sound is very loud.

#46 - Paras
Type: Bug/Grass
Evolution: Parasect - L24
Location: Mt. Moon & Safari Zone
Height: 1' 0''
Weight: 12 lbs.
Pokedex: Burrows under the ground to gnaw on tree roots. The mushrooms 
on its back absorb most of the nutrition.

#47 - Parasect
Type: Bug/Grass
Evolution: -
Location: ???
Height: 3' 3''
Weight: 65 lbs.
Pokedex: The bug host is drained of energy by the mushrooms on its 
back. They appear to do all the thinking.

#48 - Venonat
Type: Bug/Poison
Evolution: Venomoth - L31
Location: Route 24, Route 25, Route 14, & Route 15
Height: 3' 3''
Weight: 66 lbs.
Pokedex: Its large eyes act as radars.  In a bright place, you can see 
they are clusters of many tiny eyes.

#49 - Venomoth
Type: Bug/Poison
Evolution: -
Location: ???
Height: 4' 11''
Weight: 28 lbs.
Pokedex: The powdery scales on its wings are hard to remove. They also 
contain poison that leaks out on contact.

#50 - Diglett
Type: Ground
Evolution: Dugtrio - L26
Location: Diglett's Cave
Height: 0' 8''
Weight: 2 lbs.: It prefers dark places. It spends most of the time 
underground, though it may pop up in caves.

#51 - Dugtrio
Type: Ground
Evolution: -
Location: ???
Height: 2' 4''
Weight: 72 lbs.
Pokedex: A team of triplets that can burrow over 60 MPH. Due to this, 
some people think it's an earthquake.

#52 - Meowth
Type: Normal
Evolution: Persian - L28
Location: ???
Height: 1' 4''
Weight: 9 lbs.
Pokedex: Appears to be more active at night.  It loves round and shiny 
things.  It can't stop from picking them up.

#53 - Persian
Type: Normal
Evolution: -
Location: ???
Height: 3' 3''
Weight: 71 lbs.
Pokedex: The gem in its forehead glows on its own! It walks with all 
the grace and elegance of a proud queen.

#54 - Psyduck
Type: Water
Evolution: Golduck - L33
Location: ???
Height: 2' 7''
Weight: 43 lbs.
Pokedex: Always tormented by headaches. It uses psychic powers but it 
is not known if intended to do so.

#55 - Golduck
Type: Water
Evolution: -
Location: ???
Height: 5' 7''
Weight: 169 lbs.
Pokedex: Its slim and long limbs end in broad flippers. They are used 
for swimming gracefully in lakes.

#56 - Mankey
Type: Fighting
Evolution: Primeape - L28
Location: Route 22, Route 23, Route 3, & Route 4
Height: 1' 8''
Weight: 62 lbs.
Pokedex: An agile Pokemon that lives in trees. It angers easily and 
will not hesitate to attack anything.

#57 - Primeape
Type: Fighting
Evolution: -
Location: ???
Height: 3' 3''
Weight: 71 lbs.
Pokedex: It stops being angry only when nobody else is around. To view 
this moment is very difficult.

#58 - Growlithe
Type: Fire 
Evolution: Arcanine - Fire Stone
Location: ???
Height: 2' 4''
Weight: 42 lbs.
Pokedex: A pokemon with a friendly nature. However, it will bark 
fiercely at anything invading its territory.

#59 - Arcanine
Type: Fire
Evolution: -
Location: ???
Height: 6' 3''
Weight: 342 lbs.
Pokedex: A ledgendary Pokemon in China. Many people are charmed by its 
grace and beauty while running.

#60 - Poliwag
Type: Water
Evolution: Poliwhirl - L25
Location: ???
Height: 2' 4''
Weight: 27 lbs.
Pokedex: The direction of the spiral on the belly differs by areas. It 
is more adept at swimming than walking. 

#61 - Poliwhirl
Type: Water
Evolution: Poliwrath - Water Stone
Location: ???
Height: 3' 3''
Weight: 44 lbs.
Pokedex: Under attack it uses its belly spiral to put the foe to sleep 
and then makes its escape.

#62 - Poliwrath
Type: Water/Fighting
Evolution: -
Location: ???
Height: 4' 3''
Weight: 119 lbs.
Pokedex: Swims powerfully using all the muscles in its body. It can 
even overtake champion swimmers.

#63 - Abra
Type: Psychic
Evolution: Kadabra - L16
Location: ???
Height: 2' 11''
Height: 43 lbs.
Pokedex: Sleeps 18 hours a day. If it senses danger, it will teleport 
itself to safety even as it sleeps.

#64 - Kadabra
Type: Psychic
Evolution: Alakazam - Trade To Another Cartridge
Location: ???
Height: 4' 3''
Weight: 125 lbs.
Pokedex: Many odd things happen if this Pokemon is close by. For 
example, it makes clocks run backwards.

#65 - Alakazam
Type: Psychic
Evolution: -
Location: ???
Height: 4' 11''
Weight: 106 lbs.
Pokedex: A Pokemon that can memorize anything. It never forgets what 
it learns - thats why this Pokemon is smart.

#66 - Machop
Type: Fighting
Evolution: Machoke - L28
Location: Rock Tunnel & Route 10
Height: 2' 7''
Weight: 43 lbs.
Pokedex: Very powerful in spite of its small size. Its mastery of many 
types of martial arts makes it very tough.

#67 - Machoke
Type: Fighting
Evolution: Machamp - Trade To Another Cartridge
Location: ???
Height: 4' 11''
Weight: 155 lbs.
Pokedex: The belt around its waist holds back its energy. Without it, 
this Pokemon would be unstoppable.

#68 - Machamp
Type: Fighting
Evolution: -
Location: ???
Height: 5' 3''
Weight: 287 lbs.
Pokedex: One arm alone can move mountains. Using all four arms, this 
Pokemon fires of awesome punches.

#69 - Bellsprout
Type: Grass/Poison
Evolution: Weepinbell - L21
Location: Route 24, Route 25, Route 12, Route 13, Route 14, & Route 15
Height: 2' 4''
Weight: 9 lbs.
Pokedex: Prefers hot and humid places. It ensnares tiny insects with 
its vines and devours them.

#70 - Weepinbell 
Type: Grass/Poison
Evolution: Victreebel - Leaf Stone
Location: ???
Height: 3' 3''
Weight: 14 lbs.
Pokedex: When hungry, it swallows anything that moves. Its hapless 
prey is melted inside by strong acids.

#71 - Victreebel
Type: Grass/Poison
Evolution: -
Location: ???
Height: 5' 7''
Weight: 34 lbs.
Pokedex: Lures prey with the sweet aroma of honey. Swallowed whole, the 
prey is melted in a day, bones and all.

#72 - Tentacool
Type: Water/Poison
Evolution: Tentacruel - L30
Location: ???
Height: 2' 11''
Weight: 100 lbs. 
Pokedex: It can sometimes be found all dry and shriveled upon a beach. 
Toss it back into the sea to revive it.

#73 - Tentacruel
Type: Water/Poison
Evolution: -
Location: ???
Height: 5' 3''
Weight: 121 lbs.
Pokedex: Its 80 tentacles can stretch and contract freely. They wrap 
around prey and weaken it with poison.

#74 - Geodude
Type: Rock/Ground
Evolution: Graveler - L25
Location: Mt. Moon, Rock Tunnel, & Victory Road
Height: 1' 4''
Weight: 44 lbs.
Abilities:
Defense Curl - L11
Rock Throw - L16
Pokedex: Commonly found near mountain trails, etc. If you step on one 
by accident, it gets angry.

#75 - Graveler 
Type: Rock/Ground
Evolution: Golem - Trade To Another Cartridge
Location: ???
Height: 3' 3''
Weight: 232 lbs.
Pokedex: Often seen rolling down mountain trails. Obstacles are just 
things to roll straight over, not avoid.

#76 - Golem
Type: Rock/Ground
Evolution: -
Location: ???
Height: 4' 7''
Weight: 662 lbs.
Pokedex: Once it sheds its skin, its body turns tender and whitish. Its 
hide hardens when it's exposed to air.

#77 - Ponyta
Type: Fire
Evolution: Rapidash - L40 
Location: ???
Height: 3' 3''
Weight: 66 lbs.
Pokedex: Capable of jumping really high. Its hooves and sturdy legs 
absorb the impact of the hard landing

#78 - Rapidash
Type: Fire
Evolution: -
Location: ???
Height: 5' 7''
Weight: 209 lbs.
Pokedex: Just loves to run. If it sees something faster than itself, it 
will give chase at top speed.

#79 - Slowpoke
Type: Water/Psychic
Evolution: Slowbro - L37
Location: ???
Height: 3' 11''
Weight: 79 lbs.
Pokedex: Incredbly slow and sluggish. It is quite content to loll 
about without worrying about the time.

#80 - Slowbro
Type: Water/Psychic
Evolution: -
Location: ???
Height: 5' 3''
Weight: 173 lbs.
Pokedex: Lives lazily by the sea. If the Shellder on its tail comes 
off, it becomes a Slowpoke again.

#81 - Magnemite
Type: Electric
Evolution: Magneton - L30
Location: ???
Height: 1' 0''
Weight: 13 lbs. 
Pokedex: It is born with the ability to defy gravity. It floats in air 
on powerful electro-magnetic waves.

#82 - Magneton
Type: Electric
Evolution: -
Location: ???
Height: 3' 3''
Weight: 132 lbs.
Pokedex: Generates strange radio signals. It raises the temperture by 
3.6F degrees within 3,300 feet.

#83 - Farfetch'd
Type: Normal/Flying
Evolution: -
Location: ???
Height: 2' 7''
Weight: 33 lbs.
Pokedex: Lives where ready plants grow. They are rarely seen, so it's 
thought there numbers are decreasing.

#84 - Doduo
Type: Normal/Flying
Evolution: Dodrio - L31
Location: ???
Height: 4' 7''
Weight: 86 lbs.
Pokedex: Its short wings make flying difficult. Instead, this Pokemon 
runs at high speed on developed legs.

#85 - Dodrio
Type: Normal/Flying
Evolution: -
Location: ???
Height: 5' 11''
Weight: 188 lbs.
Pokedex: One of Doduo's 2 heads splits to form a unique species. It runs 
close to 40 MPH in prairies.

#86 - Seel
Type: Water
Evolution: Dewgong - L34
Location: ???
Height: 3' 7''
Weight: 198 lbs.
Pokedex: Loves freezing cold conditions. Relishes swimming in a frigid 
climate of around 14F degrees.

#87 - Dewgong
Type: Water/Ice
Evolution: -
Location: ???
Height: 5' 7''
Weight: 265 lbs.
Pokedex: Its entire body is a snowy-white. Unharmed by even intense 
cold, it swims powerfully in icy waters.

#88 - Grimer
Type: Poison
Evolution: Muk - L38
Location: Power Plant & Cinnabar Island
Height: 2' 11''
Weight: 66 lbs.
Pokedex: Made of hardened sludge. It smalls too putrid to touch. Even 
weeds won't grow in its path.

#89 - Muk
Type: Poison
Evolution: -
Location: ???
Height: 3' 11'' 
Weight: 66 lbs.
Pokedex: Smells so awful, it can cause fainting. Through degeneration, 
it lost its sense of smell.

#90 - Shellder
Type: Water
Evolution: Cloyster - Water Stone
Location: ???
Height: 1' 0''
Weight: 9 lbs.
Pokedex: The shell can withstand any attack. However, when it is open, 
the tender body is exposed.

#91 - Cloyster
Type: Water/Ice
Evolution: -
Location: ???
Height: 4' 11''
Weight: 292 lbs.
Pokedex: For protection, it uses its harder- than-diamonds shell. It 
also shoots spikes from the shell.

#92 - Gastly
Type: Ghost/Poison
Evolution: Haunter - L25
Location: ???
Height: 4' 3''
Weight: 0.2 lbs.
Pokedex: Said to appear in decrepit, deserted buildings. It has no 
real shape as it appears to be made of gas.

#93 - Haunter
Type: Ghost/Poison
Evolution: Gengar - Trade To Another Cartridge
Location: ???
Height: 5' 3''
Weight: 0.2 lbs.
Pokedex: By licking, it saps the victims life. It causes shaking that 
won't stop until the victim's demise.

#94 - Gengar
Type: Ghost/Poison
Evolution: -
Location: ???
Height: 4' 11''
Weight: 89 lbs.
Pokedex: A Gengar is close by if you feel a sudden chill. It may be 
trying to a lay a curse on you.

#95 - Onix
Type: Rock/Ground
Evolution: -
Location: Rock Tunnel & Victory Road
Height: 28' 10''
Weight: 463 lbs.
Pokedex: Burrows at high speed in search of food.  The tunnels it 
leaves are used as homes by Digletts.

#96 - Drowzee
Type: Psychic
Evolution: Hypno - L26
Location: Route 11
Height: 3' 3''
Weight: 71 lbs.
Pokedex: If you sleep by it all the time, it will sometimes show you 
dreams it has eaten in the past.

#97 - Hypno
Type: Psychic
Evolution: -
Location: ???
Height: 5' 3''
Weight: 167 lbs.
Pokedex: Avoid eye contact if you come across one. It will try to put 
you to sleep by using its pendulum.

#98 - Krabby
Type: Water
Evolution: Kingler - L28
Location: ???
Height: 1' 4''
Weight: 14 lbs.
Pokedex: Its pincers are superb weapons. They sometimes break off 
during battle, but they grow back fast.

#99 - Kingler
Type: Water
Evolution: -
Location: ???
Height: 4' 3''
Weight: 132 lbs.
Pokedex: One claw grows massive and as hard as steel. It has a 10,000 
HP strength. However, it is too heavy.

#100 - Voltorb
Type: Electric
Evolution: Electrode - L30
Location: Power Plant
Height: 1' 8''
Weight: 23 lbs.
Pokedex: It is said to camouflage itself as a Poke Ball. It will self-
destruct with very little stimulus.

#101 - Electrode
Type: Electric
Evolution: -
Location: ???
Height: 3' 11''
Weight: 147 lbs.
Pokedex: Stores electrical energy inside its body. Even the slightest 
shock could trigger a huge explosion.

#102 - Exeggcute
Type: Grass
Evolution: Exeggutor - Leaf Stone
Location: ???
Height: 1' 4''
Weight: 6 lbs.
Pokedex: The heads attract each other and spin around. There must be 6 
heads for it to maintain balance.

#103 - Exeggutor
Type: Grass/Psychic
Evolution: -
Location: ???
Height: 6' 7''
Weight: 265 lbs.
Pokedex: Its cries are very noisy. This is because each of three heads 
thinks about whatever it likes.

#104 - Cubone
Type: Ground
Evolution: Marowak - L28
Location: Safari Zone
Height: 1' 4''
Weight: 14 lbs.
Pokedex: It wears the skull of it's deceased mother. It's cries echo 
inside the skull and come out as a sad melody.

#105 - Marowak
Type: Ground
Evolution: -
Location: ???
Height: 3' 3''
Weight: 99 lbs.
Pokedex: Small and weak, this Pokemon is adept with its bone club and 
becomes more vicious over the years.

#106 - Hitmonlee
Type: Fighting
Evolution: -
Location: ???
Height: 4' 11''
Weight: 110 lbs.
Pokedex: When kicking, the sole of its foot turns as hard as a diamond 
on impact and destroys its enemy.

#107 - Hitmonchan
Type: Fighting
Evolution: -
Location: ???
Height: 4' 7''
Weight: 111 lbs.
Pokedex: Punches in a cork screw fashion. It can punch its way through 
concrete walls in the same way as a drill.

#108 - Lickitung
Type: Normal
Evolution: -
Location: ???
Height: 3' 11''
Weight: 144 lbs.
Pokedex: Its tongue spans almost 7 feet and moves more freely than its 
forelegs. Its licks can cause paralysis.

#109 - Koffing
Type: Poison
Evolution: Weezing - L35
Location: ???
Height: 2' 0''
Weight: 2 lbs.
Pokedex: In hot places, its internal gases could expand and explode 
without any warning. Be very careful!

#110 - Weezing
Type: Poison
Evolution: -
Location: ???
Height: 3' 11''
Weight: 21 lbs.
Pokedex: It lives and grows by absorbing dust, germs and poison gases 
that are contained in toxic waste and garbage.

#111 - Rhyhorn
Type: Ground/Rock
Evolution: Rhydon - L42
Location: ???
Height: 3' 3''
Weight: 254 lbs.
Pokedex: A Pokemon with a one-track mind. Once it charges, it won't stop 
running until it falls asleep.

#112 - Rhydon
Type: Ground/Rock
Evolution: -
Location: ???
Height: 6' 3''
Weight: 265 lbs.
Pokedex: Walks on its hind legs. Shows signs of intelligence. Its armor-
like hide even repels molten lava.

#113 - Chansey
Type: Normal
Evolution: -
Location: Safari Zone
Height: 3' 7''
Weight: 76 lbs.
Pokedex: A gentle and kind-hearted Pokemon that shares its nutritious 
eggs if it sees an injured Pokemon. 

#114 - Tangela
Type: Grass
Evolution: - 
Location: ???
Height: 3' 3''
Weight: 77 lbs.
Pokedex: ???

#115 - Kangaskhan 
Type: Normal
Evolution: -
Location: Safari Zone
Height: 7' 3''
Weight: 176 lbs.
Pokedex: Raises itsyoung in its belly pouch. Won't run from any fight 
to keep its young protected. 

#116 - Horsea
Type: Water
Evolution: Seadra - L32
Location: ???
Height: 1' 4''
Weight: 18 lbs.
Pokedex: ???

#117 - Seadra
Type: Water
Evolution: -
Location: ???
Height: 3' 11''
Weight: 55 lbs.
Pokedex: ???

#118 - Goldeen
Type: Water
Evolution: Seaking - L33
Location: ???
Height: 2' 0''
Weight: 33 lbs.
Pokedex: When its time for them to lay eggs, they can be seen swimming 
up rivers and fall in large groups.

#119 - Seaking
Type: Water
Evolution: -
Location: ???
Height: 4' 3''
Weight: 86 lbs.
Pokedex: ???

#120 - Staryu
Type: Water
Evolution: Starmie - Water Stone
Location: Seafoam Island
Height: 2' 7''
Weight: 76 lbs.
Pokedex: ???

#121 - Starmie
Type: Water/Psychic
Evolution: -
Location: ???
Height: 3' 7''
Weight: 176 lbs.
Pokedex: ???

#122 - Mr. Mime
Type: Psychic
Evolution: -
Location: ???
Height: 4' 3''
Weight: 120 lbs.
Pokedex: ???

#123 - Scyther
Type: Bug/Flying
Evolution: -
Location: ???
Height: 4' 11''
Weight: 123 lbs.
Pokedex: Leaps out of tall grass and slices prey with its scythes. The 
movement looks like that of a ninja.

#124 - Jynx
Type: Ice/Psychic
Evolution: -
Location: ???
Height: 4' 7''
Weight: 90 lbs.
Pokedex: Appears to move to a rhythm of its own, as if it were 
dancing. It wiggles its hips as it walks.

#125 - Electabuzz
Type: Electric
Evolution: -
Location: ???
Height: 3' 7''
Weight: 66 lbs.
Pokedex: If a major power outage occurs, it is certain that this 
Pokemon has eaten electricity at a power plant.

#126 - Magmar
Type: Fire
Evolution: -
Location: ???
Height: 4' 3''
Weight: 98 lbs.
Pokedex: Born in an active volcano. Its body is always cloaked in 
flames, so it looks like a big ball of fire.

#127 - Pinsir
Type: Bug
Evolution: -
Location: ???
Height: 4' 11''
Weight: 121 lbs.
Pokedex: ???

#128 - Tauros
Type: Normal
Evolution: -
Location: ???
Height: 4' 7'' 
Weight: 195 lbs.
Pokedex: ???

#129 - Magikarp
Type: Water
Evolution: Gyrados - L20
Location: ???
Height: 2' 11''
Weight: 22 lbs.
Pokedex: Famous for being very unreliable.  It can be found swimming 
in seas, lakes, rivers, and shallow puddles.

#130 - Gyrados
Type: Water/Flying
Evolution: -
Location: ???
Height: 21' 4''
Weight: 518 lbs.
Pokedex: Bruttaly vicious and enormously destructive. Known for 
totally destroying cities in ancient times

#131 - Lapras
Type: Water/Ice
Evolution: -
Location: ???
Height: 8' 2''
Weight: 485 lbs.
Pokedex: A gentle soul that can read the minds ofpeople. It can ferry 
people across the sea on it's back.

#132 - Ditto
Type: Normal
Evolution: -
Location: ???
Height: 1' 0''
Weight: 9 lbs.
Pokedex: ???

#133 - Eevee
Type: Normal
Evolution: Vaporeon, Jolteon, or Flareon (Use Evo. Stones)
Location: ???
Height: 1' 0''
Weight: 14 lbs.
Pokedex: Its genetic code is unstable, so it could evolve in a variety 
of ways. There are only a few alive.

#134 - Vaporeon
Type: Water
Evolution: -
Location: ???
Height: 3' 3''
Weight: 64 lbs.
Pokedex: ???

#135 - Jolteon
Type: Electric
Evolution: -
Location: ???
Height: 2' 7''
Weight: 54 lbs.
Pokedex: ??? 

#136 - Flareon
Type: Fire
Evolution: -
Location: ???
Height: 2' 11''
Weight: 55 lbs.
Pokedex: ???

#137 - Porygon
Type: Normal
Evolution: -
Location: ???
Height: 2' 7''
Weight: 80 lbs.
Pokedex: ???

#138 - Omanyte
Type: Rock/Water
Evolution: Omastar - L40
Location: ???
Height: 1' 4''
Weight: 17 lbs.
Pokedex: An ancient Pokemon that was recovered from a fossil, It swims 
by clevery twisting its 10 tentacles about.

#139 - Omastar
Type: Rock/Water
Evolution: -
Location: ???
Height: 3' 3''
Weight: 77 lbs.
Pokedex: Sharp beaks ring its mouth. Its shell was too big for it to 
move freely, so it became extinct.

#140 - Kabuto
Type: Rock/Water
Evolution: Kabutops - L40
Location: ???
Height: 1' 8''
Weight: 25 lbs.
Pokedex: A Pokemon that was recovered from a fossil. It uses the eyes 
on its back while hiding on the sea floor.

#141 - Kabutops
Type: Rock/Water
Evolution: -
Location: ???
Height: 4' 3''
Weight: 89 lbs.
Pokedex: ???

#142 - Aerodactyl
Type: Rock/Flying
Evolution: - 
Location: ???
Height: 5' 11''
Weight: 130 lbs.
Pokedex: A savage Pokemon that died out in ancient times. It was 
resurrected using DNA taken from amber

#143 - Snorlax
Type: Normal
Evolution: -
Location: ???
Height: 6' 11''
Weight: 1014 lbs.
Pokedex: Will eat anything, even if the food happens to be a little 
moldy. It never gets an upset stomach.

#144 - Articuno
Type: Ice/Flying
Evolution: -
Location: ???
Height: 5' 7''
Weight: 122 lbs.
Pokedex: A legendary bird Pokemon. It freezes water that is contained 
in winter air and makes it snow.

#145 - Zapdos
Type: Electric/Flying
Evolution: -
Location: ???
Height: 5' 3''
Weight: 116 lbs.
Pokedex: This legendary bird Pokemon is said to appear when the sky 
turns dark and lightning showers down.

#146 - Moltres
Type: Fire/Flying
Evolution: -
Location: ???
Height: 6' 7''
Weight: 132 lbs.
Pokedex: ???

#147 - Dratini
Type: Dragon
Evolution: Dragonair
Location: ???
Height: 5' 11''
Weight: 7 lbs.
Pokedex: The existence of this mythical Pokemon was only recently 
confirmed by a fisherman who caught one.

#148 - Dragonair
Type: Dragon
Evolution: Dragonite
Location: ???
Height: 13' 1''
Weight: 36 lbs.
Pokedex: According to a witness, its body was surrounded a strange 
aura that gave it a mystical look.

#149 - Dragonite
Type: Dragon/Flying
Evolution: -
Location: ???
Height: 7' 3''
Weight: 463 lbs.
Pokedex: ???

#150 - Mewtwo
Type: Psychic
Evolution: -
Location: Unknown Dungeon
Height: 6' 7''
Weight: 269 lbs.
Pokedex: Its DNA is almost the same as Mew's. However, its size and 
disposition are vastly different.

#150 - Mew
Type: Psychic
Evolution: -
Location: Use a GameShark!
Height: 1' 04''
Weight: 9 lbs.
Pokedex: When viewed through a microscope, this Pokemon's short, fine, 
delicate hair can be seen.

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8) ITEMS / STORES 
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This section tells you what store sells what.

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Items
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Balls:
Poke Ball - Used to catch Pokemon.
Great Ball - Catches better than a Poke Ball.
Ultra Ball - Catches better than a Great Ball.
Master Ball - Only one. Catches ANY Pokemon 100% of the time!
Safari Ball - Used to catch Pokemon in "Safari Zone".

Stones/Fossils:
Fire Stone - Evolves certain Fire-type Pokemon.
Thunder Stone - Evolves certain Electric-type Pokemon.
Water Stone - Evolves certain Water-type Pokemon.
Leaf Stone - Evolves certain Grass-type Pokemon.
Moon Stone - Evolves some other types of Pokemon.
Helix Fossil - Revive "Omanyte".
Dome Fossil - Revive "Kabuto".
Old Amber - Revive "Aerodactyl".

Recovery:
Antidote - Cures "Poison".
Burn Heal - Cures "Burn".
Ice Heal - Cures "Freeze".
Awakening - Cures "Sleep".
Paralyze Heal - Cures "Paralyze".
Full Heal - Cures Poison, Burn, Freeze, Sleep, and Paralyze.
Potion - Restores some HP.
Super Potion - Restores more HP than a Potion.
Hyper Potion - Restores more HP than a Super Potion.
Max Potion - Restores all HP.
Fresh Water - In battle, restores some HP.
Soda Pop - Restores more HP than Fresh Water in battle.
Lemonade - Restores more HP than Soda Pop in battle.
Full Restore - Heals all conditions and HP.
Revive - Revives a fainted Pokemon, restores 1/2 its HP.
Max Revive - Revives a fainted Pokemon, restores all HP.
Elixier - Recover 10 PP for all attacks.
Max Elixier - Recover all PP for all attacks.
Ether - Recover 10 PP for an attack.
Max Ether - Recover all PP for an attack.

Power-ups:
Rare Candy - Raises a level for a Pokemon.
HP Up - Increases HP.
PP Up - Increases PP.
Protein - Increases Attack.
Iron - Increases Defense.
Carbos - Increases Speed.
Calcium - Increases Special.
X Attack - In battle, increases Attack.
X Defend - In battle, increases Defense.
X Speed - In battle, increases Speed.
X Special - In battle, increases Special.
X Accuracy - In battle, increases chance of hitting.
Guard Spec. - In battle, the enemy can't use special attack.
Dire Hit - In battle, attacks become more effective.

Field:
Bicycle - Can be obtained for free with a Bike Voucher.
Escape Rope - Moves you out of a cave.
Repel - Decreases enemy encounter rate for a period of time.
Super Repel - Lasts longer than Repel.
Max Repel - Lasts longer than Super Repel.

Special:
Pokedex - Records data of Pokemon you have seen and caught.
Town Map - This map shows you the areas in Pokemon.
TM - Teaches a Pokemon the ability it contains.
HM - Teaches a Pokemon the ability it contains. Cannot be deleted.

Badges:
Boulder Badge (Brock: Pewter City) - Power increases a little, lets 
you use Flash.

Cascade Badge (Misty: Cerulean City) - Pokemon up to L30 will obey 
you, lets you use Cut.

Thunder Badge (Lt. Surge: Vermilion City) - Speed increases a little, 
lets you use Fly.

Rainbow Badge (Erika: Celadon City) - Pokemon up to L50 will obey 
you, lets you use Strength.

Marsh Badge (Sabrina: Saffron City) - Pokemon up to L70 will obey 
you.

Soul Badge (Koga: Fuchsia City) - Defense increases a little, lets 
you use Surf.

Volcano Badge (Blaine: Cinnabar Island) - Special abilities increase 
a little.

Earth Badge (Giovanni: Viridian City) - ALL Pokemon will obey you.

Misc.:
Nugget - Sells for $5,000! 
Gold Teeth - Found in Safari Zone. Owned by the Warden in Fuchsia .
S.S. Ticket - A ticket for the S.S. Anne.
Poke Doll - A doll that allows you to run away from battle.
Silph Scope - Allows you to identify ghosts in Pokemon Tower.
Poke Flute - Plays a tune that wakes up sleeping Pokemon.
Old Rod - Use it to fish for water Pokemon.
Good Rod - Can catch some water Pokemon that the Old Rod can't.
Super Rod - Can catch water Pokemon that the other Rods can't.
Itemfinder - Allows you to find items you can't see.
EXP. All - Allows Pokemon who don't fight in battle get EXP.
Coins - Win them at Game Corner to exchange for Pokemon.
Coin Case - Save Coins in this.
Bike Voucher - Get this in Vermilion City.
Oak's Parcel - Deliver this package to Professor Oak.
Card Key - Open doors in Silph Co. with this.
Lift Key - Operate Game Corner Basement elevator.
Secret Key - Open Cinnabar Gym with this.

-------------------
Stores (Poke Marts)
-------------------

Viridian City:
--------------------
Poke Ball.......$200
Antidote........$100
Paralyze Heal...$200
Burn Heal.......$250

Pewter City:
--------------------
Poke Ball.......$200
Potion..........$300
Escape Rope.....$550
Antidote........$100
Burn Heal.......$250
Awakening.......$200
Paralyze Heal...$200

Cerulean City:
--------------------
Poke Ball.......$200
Potion..........$300
Repel...........$350
Escape Rope.....$550
Antidote........$100
Burn Heal.......$250
Awakening.......$200
Paralyze Heal...$200

Vermilion City:
--------------------
Poke Ball.......$200
Super Potion....$700
Repel...........$350
Ice Heal........$250
Awakening.......$200
Paralyze Heal...$200

Lavender Town:
--------------------
Great Ball......$600
Super Potion....$700
Super Repel.....$500
Revive........$1,500
Escape Rope.....$550
Antidote........$100
Burn Heal.......$250
Ice Heal........$250
Paralyze Heal...$200

Celadon City:

2nd Floor
--------------------
Great Ball......$600
Super Potion....$700
Revive........$1,500
Super Repel.....$500
Antidote........$100
Burn Heal.......$250
Ice Heal........$250
Awakening.......$200
Paralyze Heal...$200
TM 32.........$1,000
TM 33.........$1,000
TM 02.........$2,000
TM 07.........$2,000
TM 37.........$2,000
TM 01.........$3,000
TM 05.........$3,000
TM 09.........$3,000
TM 17.........$3,000 


4th Floor
----------------------
Poke Doll.......$1,000
Fire Stone......$2,100
Thunder Stone...$2,100
Water Stone.....$2,100
Leaf Stone......$2,100

5th Floor
------------------
X Accuracy....$950
Guard Spec....$700
Dire Hit......$650
X Attack......$500
X Defend......$550
X Speed.......$350
X Special.....$350
HP Up.......$9,800
Protein.....$9,800
Iron........$9,800
Carbos......$9,800
Calcium.....$9,800

6th Floor
------------------
Fresh Water...$200
Soda Pop......$300
Lemonade......$350

Saffron City:
---------------------
Great Ball.......$600
Hyper Potion...$1,500
Max Repel........$700
Escape Rope......$550
Full Heal........$600
Revive.........$1,500

Fuchsia City:
-------------------

Ultra Ball...$1,200
Great Ball.....$600
Super Potion...$700
Revive.......$1,500
Full Heal......$600
Super Repel....$500

Cinnabar Island:
---------------------
Ultra Ball.....$1,200
Great Ball.......$600
Hyper Potion...$1,500
Max Repel........$700
Escape Rope......$550
Full Heal........$600
Revive.........$1,500

Indigo Plateau:
---------------------
Ultra Ball.....$1,200
Great Ball.......$600
Full Restore...$3,000
Max Potion.....$2,500
Full Heal........$600
Revive.........$1,500
Max Repel........$700

===================
9) GAMESHARK CODES
===================
Here are codes used for the GameShark cheating device.

(Created By: Jesse Austerman)
Infinite Money:                                                                                                                                              
019946D3                                                                       
019947D3                                                                       
019948D3                                                                       
                                                                               
Surfing Pikachu:                                                                                                                                      
013973D1                                                                       
015564D1                                                                       
                                                                               
With this code, you can play the Surfing Pikachu mini-game in Fuchsia 
City!    
                                                                               
Have All Badges:                                                                                                                                       
01FF55D3                                                                       
                                                                               
Enemy Pokemon Are Always Affected By Burn & Sleep:
0115E8CF                                                                       
                                                                               
This code affects wild Pokemon and your opponent's Pokemon. This code 
never wears off and your Pokwmon are virtually invincible!

Infinite Health:                                                                                                                                       
01??15D0                                                                       
                                                                               
Fight Any Pokémon:                                                                                                                                           
01??D7CF                                                                       
                                                                               
Buy Any Item:                                                                                                                                               
01??7BCF 

Item Quantity Digits: (Replace the "??" with these) 
01 - Master Ball      0                                                         
02 - Ultra Ball    1200                                                         
03 - Great Ball     200                                                         
04 - PokeBall       200                                                         
05 - Town Map         0                                                         
06 - Bicycle          0                                                         
08 - Safari Ball      0                                                         
09 - Pokedex          0                                                         
0A - Moon Stone       0                                                         
0B - Antidote       100                                                        
0C - Burn Heal      250                                                        
0D - Ice Heal       250                                                        
0E - Awakening      200                                                        
0F - Parlyz Heal    200                                                        
10 - Full Restore  3000                                                        
11 - Max Potion    2500                                                        
12 - Hyper Potion  1500                                                        
13 - Super Potion   700                                                        
14 - Potion         300                                                        
1D - Escape Rope    550                                                        
1E - Repel          350                                                        
1F - Old Amber        0                                                        
20 - Fire Stone    2100                                                        
21 - Thunder Stone 2100                                                        
22 - Water Stone   2100                                                        
23 - HP Up         9800                                                        
24 - Protein       9800                                                        
25 - Iron          9800                                                        
26 - Carbos        9800                                                        
27 - Calcium       9800                                                        
28 - Rare Candy    4800                                                        
29 - Dome Fossil      0                                                        
2A - Helix Fossil     0                                                        
2B - Secret Key       0                                                        
2D - Bike Voucher     0                                                        
2E - X Accuracy     950                                                        
2F - Leaf Stone    2100                                                        
30 - Card Key         0                                                        
31 - Nugget       10000                                                        
32 - PP UP         9800                                                        
33 - PokeDoll      1000                                                        
34 - Full Heal      600                                                        
35 - Revive        1500                                                        
36 - Max Revive    4000                                                        
37 - Gaurd Spec     700                                                        
38 - Super Repel    500                                                        
39 - Max Repel      700                                                        
3A - Dire Hit       650                                                        
3B - Coin            10                                                        
3C - Fresh Water    200                                                        
3D - Soda Pop       300                                                        
3E - Lemonade       350                                                        
3F - S.S. Ticket      0                                                        
40 - Gold Teeth       0                                                        
41 - X Attack       500                                                        
42 - X Defend       550                                                        
43 - X Speed        350                                                        
44 - X Special      350                                                        
45 - Coin Case        0                                                        
46 - Oak's Parcel     0                                                        
47 - Item Finder      0                                                        
48 - Silph Scope      0                                                        
49 - Poke Flute       0                                                        
4A - Lift Key         0                                                        
4B - Exp. All         0                                                        
4C - Old Rod          0                                                        
4D - Good Rod         0                                                        
4E - Super Rod        0                                                        
4F - PP Up            0                                                        
50 - Ether            0                                                        
51 - Max Ether        0                                                        
52 - Elixer           0                                                        
53 - Max Elixer       0                                                        
C4 - HM01 Cut         10104                                                    
C5 - HM02 Fly         10104                                                    
C6 - HM03 Surf        10104                                                    
C7 - HM04 Strength    10104                                                    
C8 - HM05 Flash       10104                                                    
C9 - TM01 Mega Punch   3000                                                    
CA - TM02 Razor Wind   2000                                                    
CB - TM03 Swords Dance 2000                                                    
CC - TM04 Whirlwind    1000                                                    
CD - TM05 Mega Kick    3000                                                    
CE - TM06 Toxic        4000                                                    
CF - TM07 Horn Drill   2000                                                    
D0 - TM08 Body Slam    4000                                                    
D1 - TM09 Take Down    3000                                                    
D2 - TM10 Double-Edge  4000                                                    
D3 - TM11 Bubble Beam  2000                                                    
D4 - TM12 Water Gun    1000                                                    
D5 - TM13 Ice Beam     4000                                                    
D6 - TM14 Blizzard     5000                                                    
D7 - TM15 Hyper Beam   5000                                                    
D8 - TM16 Pay Day      5000                                                    
D9 - TM17 Submission   3000                                                    
DA - TM18 Counter      2000                                                    
DB - TM19 Seismic Toss 3000                                                    
DC - TM20 Rage         2000                                                    
DD - TM21 Mega Drian   5000                                                    
DE - TM22 Solar Beam   5000                                                    
DF - TM23 Dragon Rage  5000                                                    
E0 - TM24 Thunderbolt  2000                                                    
E1 - TM25 Thunder      5000                                                    
E2 - TM26 Earthquake   4000                                                    
E3 - TM27 Fissure      5000                                                    
E4 - TM28 Dig          2000                                                    
E5 - TM29 Psychic      4000                                                    
E6 - TM30 Teleport     1000                                                    
E7 - TM31 Mimc         2000                                                    
E8 - TM32 Double Team  1000                                                    
E9 - TM33 Reflect      1000                                                    
EA - TM34 Bide         2000                                                    
EB - TM35 Metronome    4000                                                    
EC - TM36 Selfdestruct 2000                                                    
ED - TM37 Egg Bomb     2000                                                    
EE - TM38 Fire Blast   2000                                                    
EF - TM39 Swift        2000                                                    
F0 - TM40 Skull Bash   2000                                                    
F1 - TM41 Softboiled   4000                                                    
F2 - TM42 Dreameater   2000                                                    
F3 - TM43 Sky Attack   5000                                                    
F4 - TM44 Rest         2000                                                    
F5 - TM45 Thunder Wave 2000                                                    
F6 - TM46 Psywave      4000                                                    
F7 - TM47 Explosion    3000                                                    
F8 - TM48 Rock Slide   4000                                                    
F9 - TM49 Tri Attack   4000                                                    
FA - TM50 Substitue    2000                                                    
FB - TM51 Cut             0                                                    
FC - TM52 Fly             0                                                    
FD - TM53 Surf            0                                                    
FE - TM54 Strength        0                                                    
FF - TM55 Flash           0

Pokemon Quantity Digits: (Replace the "??" with these)
Bulbasaur -   99                                                               
Ivysaur -     09                                                               
Venusaur -    9A                                                               
Charmander -  B0                                                               
Charmeleon -  B2                                                               
Charizard -   B4                                                               
Squirtle -    B1                                                               
Wartortle -   BC                                                               
Blastoise -   1C                                                               
Caterpie -    7B                                                               
Metapod -     7C                                                               
Butterfree -  7D                                                               
Weedle -      70                                                               
Kakuna -      71                                                               
Beedrill -    72                                                               
Pidgey -      24                                                               
Pidgeotto -   96                                                               
Pidgeot -     97                                                               
Rattata -     A5                                                               
Raticate -    A6                                                               
Spearow -     05                                                               
Fearow -      23                                                               
Ekans -       6C                                                               
Arbok -       2D                                                               
Pikachu -     54                                                               
Raichu -      55                                                               
Sandshrew -   60                                                               
Sandslash -   61                                                               
Nidoran (F) - 0F                                                               
Nindorina -   A8                                                               
Nidoqueen -   10                                                               
Nidoran (M) - 03                                                               
Nindorino -   A7                                                               
Nidoking -    07                                                               
Clefairy -    04                                                               
Clefable -    8E                                                               
Vulpix -      52                                                               
Ninetales -   53                                                               
Jigglypuff -  64                                                               
Wigglytuff -  65                                                               
Zubat -       6B                                                               
Golbat -      82                                                               
Oddish -      B9                                                               
Gloom -       BA                                                               
Vileplume -   BB                                                               
Paras -       6D                                                               
Parasect -    2E                                                               
Venonat -     41                                                               
Venomoth -    77                                                               
Diglett -     3B                                                               
Dugtrio -     76                                                               
Meowth -      4D                                                               
Persian -     90                                                               
Psyduck -     2F                                                               
Golduck -     80                                                               
Mankey -      39                                                               
Primeape -    75                                                               
Growlithe -   21                                                               
Arcanine -    14                                                               
Poliwag -     47                                                               
Poliwhirl -   6E                                                               
Poliwrath -   6F                                                               
Abra -        94                                                               
Kadabra -     26                                                               
Alakazam -    95                                                               
Machop -      6A                                                               
Machoke -     29                                                               
Machamp -     7E                                                               
Bellsprout -  BC                                                               
Weepinbell -  BD                                                               
Victreebel -  BE                                                               
Tentacool -   18                                                               
Tentacruel -  9B                                                               
Geodude -     A9                                                               
Graveler -    27                                                               
Golem -       31                                                               
Ponyta -      A3                                                               
Rapidash -    A4                                                               
Slowpoke -    25                                                               
Slowbro -     08                                                               
Magnemite -   AD                                                               
Magneton -    36                                                               
Farfetch'd -  40                                                               
Doduo -       46                                                               
Dodrio -      74                                                               
Seel -        3A                                                               
Dewgong -     78                                                               
Grimer -      0D                                                               
Muk -         88                                                               
Shellder -    17                                                               
Cloyster -    8B                                                               
Gastly -      19                                                               
Haunter -     93                                                               
Gengar -      0E                                                               
Onix -        22                                                               
Drowzee -     30                                                               
Hypno -       81                                                               
Krabby -      4E                                                               
Kingler -     8A                                                               
Voltorb -     06                                                               
Electrode -   8D                                                               
Exeggcute -   0C                                                               
Exeggutor -   0A                                                               
Cubone -      11                                                               
Marowak -     91                                                               
Hitmonlee -   2B                                                               
Hitmonchan -  2C                                                               
Lickitung -   0B                                                               
Koffing -     37                                                               
Weezing -     8F                                                               
Rhyhorn -     12                                                               
Rhydon -      01                                                               
Chansey -     28                                                               
Tangela -     1E                                                               
Kangaskhan -  02                                                               
Horsea -      5C                                                               
Seadra -      5D                                                               
Goldeen -     9D                                                               
Seaking -     9E                                                               
Staryu -      1B                                                               
Starmie -     98                                                               
Mr. Mime -    2A                                                               
Scyther -     1A                                                               
Jynx -        48                                                               
Electabuzz -  35                                                               
Magmar -      33                                                               
Pinsir -      1D                                                               
Tauros -      3C                                                               
Magikarp -    85                                                               
Gyarados -    16                                                               
Lapras -      13                                                               
Ditto -       4C                                                               
Eevee -       66                                                               
Vaporeon -    69                                                               
Jolteon -     68                                                               
Flareon -     67                                                               
Porygon -     AA                                                               
Omanyte -     62                                                               
Omastar -     63                                                               
Kabuto -      5A                                                               
Kabutops -    5B                                                               
Aerodactyl -  AB                                                               
Snorlax -     84                                                               
Articuno -    4A                                                               
Zapdos -      4B                                                               
Moltres -     49                                                               
Dratini -     58                                                               
Dragonair -   59                                                               
Dragonite -   42                                                               
Mewtwo -      83                                                               
Mew -         15 
 
==================
10) TIPS / TRICKS
==================
Here are various tricks for Pokemon Yellow.

Get #001 Bulbasaur
By: Tigre5000
Go to Cerulean City, and enter the building to the left of the Pokemon 
Center. Inside is woman with a Bulbasaur, Oddish, and Sandshrew. Talk 
to her, and she'll ask if you want to take care of Bulbasaur. Say yes, 
and you've got it!

Get #004 Charmander
Go to Route 24 & 25 north of Cerulean City. On the far left is a 
Trainer with a Charmander. Talk to him, and say yes to get Charmander.

Get #007 Squirtle
By: DBM11085
Once you complete the S.S. Anne and the Vermilion Gym, talk to Officer 
Jenny. Say yes, you get Squirtle!

============
11) CREDITS
============
Here's a listing of people who have sent me things for this FAQ.

Pokemon Locations:
Saiyajin Goten

Pokedex Data:
DarkStorm
DBM11085
Mystic Zapdos
Pikachu095
RioDJNareo
wtc50e
Jeanette Nelson
Horshack83

GameShark Codes:
Jesse Austerman

Various Submissions/Corrections:
Pokemon Red/Blue FAQ Contributors
Clarke Davis

============
12) CONTACT 
============
E-mail Address: MetroidMoo@aol.com

Copyright:   
(c) Copyright 1999 MetroidMoo. If you want to use this FAQ on your 
site, please contact me via e-mail. Please do not change, steal, or 
sell my FAQ for profit. And remember to add updates when they are made 
if you use it on a site! Also, if you would like to contribute (You 
will get credit), or if you have any questions, corrections, or 
comments please e-mail me.

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"I don't want to do the Whirlwind attack, it's too girly. I want to do 
something else...I wanna to throw a chair at him!" 
- Butterfree (Norm Show Pokemon Skit)

"What training? We sat around, drank coffee, and watched women's 
tennis..." 
- Squirtle (Norm Show Pokemon Skit)

"You're a worth adversary. We will meet again...ya' know, providing I 
survive the series of skin grafts and years of painful physical 
therapy..."
- Norm (Norm Show Pokemon Skit)

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