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Pokemon: Leaf Green

In-game reset:
Press A + B + Start + Select during game play.
Information in this section was contributed by SmartKid1192.

Erase saved data:
Hold B + Select + R + Up during game play.
Information in this section was contributed by Zach.

At the main screen where Venasaur appears, press B + Select + Up. A new screen will appear with two boxes and a green background. The first box has "Yes or No", while the second box reads "Clear all save data areas?". [Screenshot]
Information in this section was contributed by Victor Lopez.

Trainer Card stars:
Complete the indicated task to upgrade your trainer card from blue to green, bronze, silver, and finally gold. Each star will upgrade the color and can be completed in any order.

Star #1: Defeat the Elite Four.
Star #2: Complete the Kanto Dex (Pokemon #1 to #150).
Star #3: Complete the National Dex (except for Mew, Celebi, Jirachi, Deoxys).
Star #4: Score 200 jumps in Pokemon Jump and 200 berries in Dodrio Berry Picking.

Update Berries:
Press Down + B + Select at the title screen (where Venasaur appears). A screen will appear with instructions on how to update your Berries in Pokemon Ruby or Sapphire.
Information in this section was contributed by Sabino Chávez-Ruíz.

National Dex:
Have over sixty Pokemon in your Pokedex and defeat the Elite Four. Return to Pallet Town and see the professor. He will give the National Dex to Gary and yourself. You can use it to see the data for all 386 Pokemon.

Use the following trick to get the National Pokedex before defeating the Elite 4. Pokemon Ruby or Sapphire and an already completed game of Fire Red or Leaf Green is required. Trade a Pokemon that does not appear in Fire Red or Leaf Green into the completed version. Then, use the wireless link to send the new Pokemon into the incomplete game.
Information in this section was contributed by Tom Hansen.

Mystery Gift option:
Enter any Pokemon Mart and go to the clipboard that is by the shop keeper on the counter. Take the survey and enter in the words "LINK TOGETHER WITH ALL". The man will then alert you that you can now have access to the Mystery Gift option, after saving. To make it easier to find the word you are looking for, press Select, which will take you to A-Z mode, then select the a letter to bring up a list of words, beginning with the first letter of the word that it begins with.
Information in this section was contributed by IceSage.

The way to get the true Mystery Gift requires a wireless adapter. Insert the wireless adapter after "Game Boy" appears but before "Nintendo" appears. "Nintendo" will now appear in gold and a hidden screen will appear. Also, when you find the secret screen, have four other players attached by wireless adapter and their names will appear on the screen.
Information in this section was contributed by isbellfam91.

Hint: Get all starters:
To get all the starters (Bulbasaur,Charmander, and Squirtle), you will need two Game Boy Advances and another Pokemon GBA game. Start with Bulbasaur, then trade it to your other Pokemon game. After that, start a new game. Start with Charmander and trade it. Then, start another new game and start with Squirtle. Keep Squirtle and catch two Pokemon that you do not want. Trade them for the other two starters you traded to your other Pokemon game. You will now have all three starters.
Information in this section was contributed by Darkchaos526.

Choose Bulbasaur Trade it to a friend. Start a new game, then choose Squirtle. Trade it to the same friend. Start a new game and choose Charmander. Trade it to the same friend. Catch four Rattata and one Pidgey. Trade three Rattata for Bulbasaur, Squirtle, and Charmander with the same friend. You now have five Pokemon (Bulbasaur, Squirtle, Charmander, Rattata, and Pidgey).
Information in this section was contributed by Robby Karaitis.

Use the following trick to get the three starters without trading. It requires Pokemon Box on the Gamecube. First, receive your first starting Pokemon in Pallet Town. Then, defeat your rival and go to Viridian City. Get the Oak Parcel then go back to Pallet Town for the Pokedex. Catch a Pokemon of your choice, then return to Viridian City. Turn off the game and transfer your starter Pokemon to Pokemon Box. Make a new game and do the same trick with other Pokemon. When two of the Prof. Pokemon are in the Pokemon Box, return it when you get your first Pokemon. You will then have the three starting Pokemon without trading.
Information in this section was contributed by brigtaylorx2.

Catch a Ditto and go to Four Island. Give your Ditto and starter Pokemon to the Daycare woman. Walk around the Sevii Islands to pass the time. Even though the old man says "The two don't seem to like each other", it will still work and make a Pokemon egg. This does not work with the Legendary Pokemon T o get the other starter Pokemon, trade your Pokemon with a friend for his egg that was obtained by following the same procedure.
Information in this section was contributed by Vonglex.

Hint: Starting Pokemon recommendations:
Squirtle is Water type, and has an advantage over Charmander the Fire type starter, who has an advantage over Bulbasaur the Grass type starter. Note: Your rival will always choose the Pokemon with a elemental advantage over yours.
Information in this section was contributed by BoomerangBen.

When you start the game and get to the point where you can choose any of the three Pokemon, your rival will choose the Pokemon that has the advantage over yours.

If you choose Bulbasaur, your rival chooses Charmander.
If you Choose Charmander, your rival chooses Squirtle.
If you Choose Squirtle, your rival chooses Bulbasaur.

However, if you have two Game Boy Advances, choose one, then battle your rival. Then start on the other game and choose the Pokemon that is your rival Pokemon's weakness:

If your rival has Bulbasaur, then choose Charmander
If your rival has Charmander, then choose Squirtle
If your rival has Squirtle, then choose Bulbasaur

However, it is a very good idea to have one Leaf Green version and one Fire Red version to catch all the Pokemon in the game, as you cannot capture the other six other Pokemon using just one game, depending on your starter.

If you started with Bulbasaur, you cannot catch Charmander, Charmeleon, Charizard, Squirtle, Wartortle, or Blastoise.
If you started with Charmander, you cannot catch Bulbasaur, Ivysaur, Vensaur, Squirtle, Wartortle, or Blastoise.
If you started with Squirtle, you cannot catch Bulbasaur, Ivysaur, Vensaur, Charmander, Charmelon, or Charizard.

The three starting Pokemon are like three different difficulties. Bulbasaur is like easy because the first two gyms are weak against Grass. Squirtile is like a medium difficulty, because the first gym is weak against Water. Charmander is like a hard difficulty, because the first two gyms are very effective against it. If you choose Charmander, catch another Pokemon to fight against Brock and Misty.
Information in this section was contributed by Zack Jefferson.

The best Pokemon to start with is Bulbasaur. He can defeat the first two gyms. Charmander cannot defeat the two gyms and Squirtle can only defeat Brock.
Information in this section was contributed by brandon barber.

Do not choose Charmander as it will make things difficult with Misty and a lot of others. If you choose Sqiurtle do not worry about Misty; it just needs to know bite. Catch a Diglett in Diglett's cave before fighting Lt. Surge. Before fighting Erika, catch a Doduo. They are in the nearest patch of grass to young couple Lea and Jed. Everything else will be fine. If you choose Bulbasaur most things will be fine. Use another Pokemon for Blaine and be careful with Lorelei.
Information in this section was contributed by Tom Dewhurst.

The Water starter type Pokemon Squirtle is recommended. Squirtle can learn Normal, Dark, Ground, Water, Ice and Fighting type moves such as Tackle, Bite, Dig, Surf, Ice Beam, Focus Punch and Earthquake when it is a Blastoise. Using Squirtle can help you defeat the eight gym leaders quickly. Use Water attacks on Brock, Normal or Dark attacks on Misty, Dig on Lt. Surge (because Electric Pokemon are very weak against Ground type moves), and Ice attacks on Erika. Against Koga, use any powerful attacks against or raise an Abra and have it evolve into a Kadabra (or evolve it once more into an Alakazam and use Psychic element attacks). When battling against Sabrina and her trainers, use Bite against all her Pokemon for very effective damage. Against Blaine and Giovanni (head of Team Rocket), use Surf to wash their Pokemon out fast. Squirtle will be a real powerhouse against the gym leaders and for the Pokemon League. Your rival should not be a problem. His Pidgeot is weak against Ice type moves, Rhydon will faint in seconds after a Surf move, the powerful Alakazam will be weak against Bite because it does not have a lot of Defense strength. For your rival's Arcanine, use Water type moves to wipe it out. For his starter Pokemon Bulbasaur, which should now be a Venusaur, use a lot of Ice Beams to make it faint. For his Gyarados, use some powerful Electric attacks or Rock type moves (for example, Zapdos or Golem).
Information in this section was contributed by Bobby Vadhanapanich.

Hint: Gender advantages for starter Pokemon:
If it is male you have a 70% chance of having +1 Attack. If it is female you have a 70% chance of having +1 Defense.
Information in this section was contributed by john wittmann.

Hint: Abra:
To buy an Abra (level 7), go to the Game Corner in Celadon City. Go up to the desk and buy 500 coins. Go next door to the coin exchange place. Go to the person in the middle and a list of Pokemon you can buy with your game coins will appear. The first one will be Abra. To level Abra up, go to the Daycare Center in Cerulean City. After giving Abra to the Daycare man, walk around for about an hour. Abra will have leveled up about 10 levels or more.
Information in this section was contributed by gman.

Hint: Aerodactyl:
To get the ancient Pokemon Aerodactyl, go to the house to the right of the Museum in Pewter City. Note: You must have Cut. Talk to the scientist and he will give you the Old Amber. Take it to the Lab on Cinnabar Island and let the scientist bring it back to life. It will be at level 5.

Hint: Articuno:
Articuno can be found inside Sea Foam Islands. You will need HM Surf and HM Strength.
Information in this section was contributed by BOBBY VADHANAPANICH.

Defeat all the bike riders in the game, then go to One Island. Go to treasure beach. There will be a Articuno waiting. Use a level 9 Rattata. In battle, use Tackle once then a Pokeball to catch it. If it does not work the first time, try again.
Information in this section was contributed by eamon butler.

Hint: Azurill:
First, get the National Dex. Then catch two Marills or a Marill and a Ditto. Breed with one of them holding the Sea Incense. If the male Marill is holding the Sea Incense you will get a female Azurill. If the female is holding the item you will get a male Azurill. The same happens with Ditto even though it is unidentified. If you have a male Marill and a Ditto the Ditto will actually be a female Marill. You can find the Sea Incense in Lost Cave where Lady Selphy is located.
Information in this section was contributed by Andrew Egbue.

Hint: Beedrill: Recommended moves:
First, catch a Weedle . Then, train it until it turns into a Beedrill. Teach it the TM Aerial Ace . Train it (use it at gyms that use Grass/Bug Pokemon ) until it is at level 50. It should know the move Endeavor. Use it at tight spots.
Information in this section was contributed by Kbassi64.

Hint: Blastoise: Hydro Cannon:
If you started with Squirtle, make it a Blastoise. Go to Two Island and go to the house on the cove. Blastoise must be in the first slot. She will teach you Hydro Cannon.
Information in this section was contributed by lat777.

Hint: Blastoise: Recommended moves:
Hydropump (Water), HydroCannon (Water), Blizzard (Ice), Bite (Dark)
Information in this section was contributed by Devin Thompson.

The best moves to teach Blastoise are as follows.

Surf: Rock, Ground, and Fire
Bite: Psychic, Ghost, and a good basic attack
Earthquake: Fire, Poison, Electric, Steel, and Rock
Ice Beam: Grass, Ground, Flying, and Dragon

The only types not covered are Dark and Water. For Dark, use any move other then Bite. For Water, use Bite or Earthquake.
Information in this section was contributed by leapmiller.

Hint: Blissey:
Catch a Chansy in the Safari Zone. Train it and make sure to give it treats such as Carbos after difficult battles. Walk everywhere and do not fly. Once it is about a level 37, give it a treat and make it grow one more level. It should try to evolve. If it stops you need to get the National Dex. When it tries to learn Egg Bomb, this means that it will evolve soon.
Information in this section was contributed by Tom Dewhurst.

Hint: Blissey: Recommended moves:
Use Return, Softboiled, Minimize and any special move of your choice (preferably Psychic, Thunder, Blizzard or Flamethrower).
Information in this section was contributed by Aaron Hill.

Hint: Butterfree:
Catch a Caterpie. Evolve it to Metapod and then to Butterfree. When it turns to Butterfree, get it to level 15 and let it learn "Sleep Powder". Then teach it TM06 (Toxic), TM32 (Double Team), and another move of your choice. When you are fighting another Pokemon, select Butterfree. First use "Sleep Powder". [Screenshot] After the other Pokemon is asleep, use "Double Team" [Screenshot] as many times as possible. When the other Pokemon wakes up, use "Toxic" [Screenshot], then keep using "Double Team". The other Pokemon will be defeated slowly and painfully [Screenshot] and will be almost unable to attack [Screenshot].
Information in this section was contributed by Warren Lara.

Hint: Charizard: Blast Burn:
If your starter was Charmander, make it a Charizard. Go to Two Island and go to the house on the cove. Charizard must be in the first slot. She will teach you Blast Burn.
Information in this section was contributed by lat777.

Hint: Deoxys:
To obtain Deoxys, you must travel to Island 9. To do this, you need to obtain the Aurora Ticket, which can only obtained through a Nintendo Event, such as Pokemon Rocks America 2004. Bring your Pokemon Fire Red or Leaf Green cartridge to any of the events in Atlanta, Minneapolis, or Seattle to receive the Aurora Ticket. The same goes for obtaining Lugia, Ho-Oh (both on Island 8, requiring Mystery Pass); and Celebi and Mew (details unknown). Note: Ho-Oh can also be obtained via a link to Pokemon Coliseum.
Information in this section was contributed by MRe.

You will need the Aurora Ticket. Go to any Pokemart and fill out questionnaire on the counter with "LINK TOGETHER WITH ALL" as your response. You will get the Mystery Gift system. Select "Wonder Gift" from the Mystery Gift. Talk to the person with the green hat at the Pokemon Center. He will give you the Aurora Ticket. To capture Deoxys, you must get to Birth Island, then hop on the boat in Vermilion City. Get a lot of Ultra Balls. In Pokemon Fire Red have all level 40 or greater Pokemon. In Pokemon Leaf Green make sure that your Pokemon are at least level 30. Hop off the boat and you will see a triangle-shaped puzzle, with a black triangle in it. To get through it, start at the bottom. Take a step down and go all the way left. Go three steps right then go all the way up, Go five steps down, all the way to the right. Go three steps up and go all the way to the left. Go all the way to the right. Go two steps left then all the way down. Go one step down and all the way to the left. Go all the way to the right. Go three steps left then face down. Save the game at this point. Examine the triangle and Deoxys will jump out.
Information in this section was contributed by CLARO GONZALES.

Note: In the Pokemon Leaf Green, you will get the defense version of Deoxys.
Information in this section was contributed by THE CODEMASTER SAZUKI.

Hint: Dragonite:
Use the following trick to develop a strong Dragonite. Get a Dratini and evolve it to Dragonair. It must be a Dratini to be at its strongest. ,Then teach it Flarethrower, for Ice and Steel; Ice Beam, for Dragons; Outrage, because it is strong; and Hyper Beam to make it look right.
Information in this section was contributed by Reuben Reyes.

Hint: Dragonite: Recommended moves:
Dragonite should have the moves Outrage, Flamethrower, Safeguard and Thunderbolt; Item: Persim Berry; Nature: Modest; Trait: Shed Skin. Keep Safeguard up to prevent Outrage causing confusion. Persim Berry stops confusion when the opponent uses Taunt and you cannot use Safeguard. You can knock out opponents quickly with this set.
Information in this section was contributed by Alex.

Hint: Dugtrio:
Dugtrio usually appears in the giant footprints in Diglett's Cave.
Information in this section was contributed by Sam Brown.

Hint: Dunsparce:
Dunsparce is found on Three Island on the other side of the cave by the harbor. You must have first won the Pokemon League.
Information in this section was contributed by Chriss4525.

Hint: Evee: Breed when evolved:
If you already evolved Evee into something else (Vaporeon, Jolton, etc.), you can breed it with a Ditto to hatch an Evee. You must first defeat the Elite 4 and get the Ruby and Sapphire Plates to get to Island Four (where you can breed Pokemon).
Information in this section was contributed by TheGrandDCsk8r.

Hint: Evee: Evolution:
Train an Evee until it likes you. Then trade it to Pokemon Ruby or Sapphire. It will evolve, depending on the time in the Pokemon Ruby or Sapphire game.
Information in this section was contributed by Salazarsal6.

The following are all the ways to evolve Evee. Jolteon with Thunderstone. Vaporeon with Waterstone. Flareon with Firestone. For Espeon, be at level 32, have his spec def higher then his def, and evolve at night. For, Umbreon, be at level 32, have his spec atk is higher then his atk, and evolve before noon.
Information in this section was contributed by gamerboy777.

Hint: Gyrados:
Gyarados will learn Hyper Beam at level 55.
Information in this section was contributed by BOBBY VADHANAPANICH.

Hint: Gyrados: Recommended moves:
Give Gyrados ThunderBolt, FlameThrower, HyperBeam, and HydroPump.
Information in this section was contributed by Zachary Jenkins.

Hint: Hitmonchan and Hitmonlee:
To get both Hitmonchan and Hitmonlee, go to Saffron City's Fighting Gym. Defeat the leader and take one of them. Then, after you defeat the Pokemon League find the Ruby and the Sapphire. Take it to the One Island Pokemon Center and give them to Celio. You can now go to Four Island. Once there, take the Pokemon you obtained to the Daycare Center. Note: This also requires a Ditto. Now walk around for awhile then go back to Four Island. The old man should be up farther than usual. Talk to him and he will give you an egg. After you receive the egg, walk around until it hatches. You will get Tyrouge. Raise it to level 21 and it will evolve. Repeat this until Tyrouge evolves into the desired Pokemon.
Information in this section was contributed by Trailmanboss2.

Hint: Koffing:
Koffing can be found on Cinnabar Island inside the Pokemon mansion. He is difficult to find, but is there.
Information in this section was contributed by Spidermarc95.

Hint: Lapras:
After you get the tea from the woman on the first floor of the Game Freak building, go to the exit near the Pokemon Center. Then, go to Silph Co., which is located in Saffron City. Wander your way to Giovanni. Before you get to his room, you will battle your rival. After you defeat him, a man will appear. After you defeat Giovanni, go back and talk to him. He will ask to give you a Lapras.
Information in this section was contributed by Xykidz.

Hint: Ledyba:
Ledyba can be found in Pattern Bush on Six Island.

Hint: Ludicolo: Recommended moves:
Ludicolo should have the moves Rain Dance, Leech Seed, Surf and Giga Drain; Item: Leftovers; Nature: Calm/Bold; Trait: Rain Dish. Use Rain Dance to restore HP using Rain Dish. Use Leech Seed to drain the opponents's HP while recovering your own. Kill the opponent with Surf. If you get low on HP use Giga Drain (this move has low PP and should be used sparingly).
Information in this section was contributed by Alex.

Hint: Magby and Eleckid:
Catch an Electabuzz or a Magmar. Then, catch a Ditto and take them to 4 Island and put them in daycare. Walk a little to get an egg containing a Magby or Eleckid.
Information in this section was contributed by Assane drame.

Hint: Magikarp: Tackle:
To teach your Magikarp the Tackle move, find and capture two Parasects. They are usually in Cerulean Cave. Parasects are usually holding Tinymushrooms. If you have the Tri-Pass or Rainbow Pass, go to 2 Island. In one of the houses there is a man who can teach your Pokemon any move that it can learn while growing up. Talk to the man, give him two Tinymushrooms or one Big Mushroom and he can teach your Magikarp Tackle.
Information in this section was contributed by cinbaker.

Hint: Magikarp: Damage attack:
When you are in front of Mt. Moon's entrance, go to the first Pokemon Center you see. Once inside, talk to a man. He will sell you a Magikarp. Buy it and pass Mt. Moon. Go to the Daycare Center. Note: You must get past the robbed house. Let the man take care of it. Do not go to the Daycare Center for a long time and then return. Your Magikarp will gets the move Tackle (at level 26).
Information in this section was contributed by daniel decolongon.

Hint: Mewtwo:
Mewtwo is in the Cerulean Cave . There are also level 39 to 68 Pokemon there, such as Wobbofet and Magneton.
Information in this section was contributed by THE CODEMASTER SAZUKI.

Mewtwo can be caught with an Ultra Ball only when asleep.
Information in this section was contributed by PuffDady1357.

If you have already used your Master Ball, it is possible to catch Mewtwo without putting him to sleep. If you battle with him for a long time he will run out of attacks and will then just use Struggle (a weak attack). You can then somewhat lower his health and he will be easy to catch.
Information in this section was contributed by Alex Hinchey.

Bring over 60 Ultra Balls with a team of at least this three Pokemon: Charizard (level 80), Moltres (level 70 or higher), and Vensuar (level 70 or higher). Save in front of Mewtwo before you battle it. Use Vensuar's Poison/Sleep Powder to weaken it, then use Charizard, Moltres, or another Pokemon to weaken it. Note: Mewtwo can only be caught when its HP is in the red and is asleep or poisoned. When you through the Pokeballs press A very fast until it is over Mewtwo. Each time the Pokeball moves one way, press A . Repeat this as many times as needed.
Information in this section was contributed by pokemaster1122.

This strategy requires 30 Revives, several Ultra Balls, a Pokemon that can Paralyze or Hypnotize (Haunter recommended), and two backup Pokemon in the party (Dark/Steel/Psychic Pokemon recommended). The strategy is to run Mewtwo's PP out. The best way to do this is to attack Mewtwo with two backup Pokemon. When the battle begins, switch out one of your backup Pokemon and fight Mewtwo. Do not try to weaken him enough that Mewtwo is almost dead. Just weaken Mewtwo enough so he is missing a little health. When your backup Pokemon faints, switch to your other backup Pokemon. Revive the other backup Pokemon that fainted earlier. Keep repeating this until Mewtwo stops using Psychic and Safeguard. Once Mewtwo does this, switch to Haunter. This strategy will work because it is impossible to run out of Pokemon once you revive them. Mewtwo has four moves:Psychic, Recover, Swift, and Safeguard. By now Mewtwo should run on of PP for Psychic and Safeguard. This means Mewtwo's only attack move is Swift. That is good because Swift does not affect Haunter. Also, Haunter's Ghost attacks such as Shadow Ball will be very effective against Mewtwo. Weaken Mewtwo until he is almost dead then put him to sleep or paralyze him. Do not weaken him to 1 HP because he might kill himself.
Information in this section was contributed by PattenDaMan.

When you get One Island and do all the things needed to do go to Mount Ember (Moltres is at the top), you should see two Team Rocket members at the bottom. Battle them, then go in the entrance. Find your way to the end and get the ruby. Bring it to Celio. He should give you another ticket. Go to Five Island. Go to the Dotted Hole. If the person is not there, go to the door and use Cut. Find your way to the bottom. You should see the sapphire. A person will take it. Go to Team Rocket's warehouse and find your way through. Battle the person that took the sapphire. He should give it to you. Take it to Celio. The man in front of Cerulean Cave should be gone if you have defeated the Elite Four and captured at least 60 different Pokemon. Find your way through and Mewtwo will be at the bottom.
Information in this section was contributed by Nighthunt490.

Hint: Misdreaveus:
Found in the Lost Cave.
Information in this section was contributed by Andre Seward.

Hint: Moltres:
Moltres can only be found at the top of Mt. Ember at Island 1. You will need to defeat Blamie first.
Information in this section was contributed by BOBBY VADHANAPANICH.

Hint: Nidoking:
When you first start the game ,make sure you get a Nidoran male. When you do, raise it to level 17, which should be the time you get to Mount Moon. Use a Moon Stone and evolve it. You will now have a level 17 Nidoking that grows very fast.
Information in this section was contributed by Sybergage.

Hint: Persian:
One a Persian reaches level 100 and it still has the Payday attack, you can get 1000 coins off the ground per Payday. Keep using Payday every time to get rich quickly.
Information in this section was contributed by BOBBY VADHANAPANICH.

Hint: Pichu: Volt Tackle:
You can only get Volt Tackle by catching a Pikachu with a Light Ball. Then, breed it with a Ditto. You will then get a Pichu with Volt Tackle.
Information in this section was contributed by C Goodwin.

Hint: Pikachu:
When you get a Charamander and need help defeating Misty, go to Viridian Forest and search for a Pikachu. He is difficult to find, but is there.
Information in this section was contributed by Sybergage.

Go to the Viridian Forest. There are many grassy areas, but you should go to the grass patch located in the path just before you leave the forest. Keep moving around in it and you will encounter Pokemon. You will eventually run into Pikachu. You can also find Pikachu at the power plant, which is at the top right-hand corner when seen on the town map; it looks like a red dot.
Information in this section was contributed by Albin.

Hint: Politoed:
You can get Politoed by getting by trading a Poliwhirl from Pokemon LeafGreen or FireRed. Poliwhirl must hold the King's Rock in a trade. Once it gets to the other side it will evolve into Politoed.
Information in this section was contributed by BOBBY VADHANAPANICH.

Hint: Porygon2:
To get Porygon2 you must have the National Pokedex, a Porygon, and an upgrade item. Level it up once and it will evolve to Porygon2 (much more colorful).
Information in this section was contributed by Marik5327.

Trade a Porygon holding an upgrade found in the Rocket Warehouse. It will evolve to a Porygon2 when it reaches the destination game.
Information in this section was contributed by cgb231.

Hint: Rattata:
Found on Route 1.
Information in this section was contributed by eduardo martinez.

Hint: Remoraid:
Found in the water by Memorial Pillar on Five Island.
Information in this section was contributed by Andre Seward.

Hint: Rhyhorn:
Rhyhorn can learn Fire, Ice, and Electric moves.
Information in this section was contributed by JRoberts.

Hint: Rollout:
Rollout's attack power is increased when you use Defense Curl first.
Information in this section was contributed by Alex.

Hint: Sneasal:
Found in Icefall Cave on Four Island.
Information in this section was contributed by Andre Seward.

Hint: Snorlax: Recommended moves:
Give Snorlax Curse, Return, Shadow Ball, and Rest.
Information in this section was contributed by Andrew Norman.

Hint: Spinerak:
Found at pattern bush on Six Island.
Information in this section was contributed by Andre Seward.

Hint: Steel:
Go to Island 5. Go to where the youngster planted the Onix. Note: Bring lemonade from Celadon City. Go in front of the grave and press A. An item will appear. Pick up the item. It will be Steel Coat. Give it to your Scyther or Onix. Trade the Onix or Scyther with a friend and it will evolve. To get a Steel (Pokemon Leaf Green) or Scizzor (Pokemon Fire Red).

Hint: Swampert: Recommended moves:
A great moveset for Swampert is as follows.

Item: Chesto Berry.
Nature: Adamant.
Moves: Curse, Earthquake, Rest, Body Slam/ Brick Break.
EV's: Maxed in Defense and HP. Any remaining in Attack.
Note: To get Curse, breed a female Mudkip, Marshtomp, or Swampert with a male Slowpoke, Slowbro, Slowking that has Curse.

Hint: Taunttar: Dragon Dance
To get Dragon Dance, breed a Male Gyarados with Dragon Dance with a Female Charmander, Charmeleon, or Charizard. Then, breed the first male baby Charmander you get with a female Larvitar, Pupitar, or Tyranitar.

Hint: Togepi:
Togepi is not available in the wild. The only way to get it (and Togetic, eventually) is to go to the Water Labyrinth, taking the north route on Five Island, then going to the left. You will see a small island with two people. Talk to the man. He will check your Pokemon. If you have raised them correctly, and if you have a open space in your party, he will give you a Togepi Egg. Hatch it, then return to the man. He will tell you a phrase of Daisy Oak. To evolve it, make Togepi love you. It does not have a specific level.
Information in this section was contributed by Omar Patricio Juárez Alvarez.

Hint: Tyrogue: Evolutions:
When Tyrogue reaches level 20, it will evolve into Hitmonchan, Hitmonlee, or Hitmontop. To make it evolve into Hitmonchan, raise Tyrogue and make sure it has more defense points than attack points. To make it evolve into Hitmonlee, raise Tyrogue making sure it has more attack points than defense points. To make it evolve into Hitmontop, raise Tyrogue to level 20, but check that both attack and defense points are the same when it evolves. To get Tyrogue, breed whichever Pokemon you selected at the Fighting Dojo (Hitmonlee or Hitmonchan) with a Ditto. It will always be male.
Information in this section was contributed by floyd.

Hint: Tyranitar: Recommended moves:
Tyranitar's Moveset should be as follows.

Item: Leftovers.
Nature: Adamant.
Moves: Rock Slide, Earthquake, Dragon Dance, Taunt.

Hint: Yanma:
Found in grassy areas where dotted hole is on Six Island.
Information in this section was contributed by Andre Seward.

Hint: Venusaur: Frenzy Plant:
If you started with Bulbasaur, make it a Venusaur. Go to Two Island and go to the house on the cove. Venusaur must be in the first slot. She will teach you Frenzy Plant.
Information in this section was contributed by lat777.

Hint: Zapdos:
To catch a Zapdos, go to the Pokemon Center beside the Rock Cave. From the Pokemon Center, go up until you reach water. Surf to the Power Plant and go inside. Find your way around, and at the end you will find Zapdos, the Thunder type Legendary Bird.

Zapdos can be found at the Power Plant bellow the Rock Tunnel.
Information in this section was contributed by BOBBY VADHANAPANICH.

Hint: Legendary Dogs:
The legendary dog that you get in the game depends on your starter.

Charmander: Suicune (Water)
Squirtle: Raikou (Thunder)
Bulbasaur: Entei (Fire)

To get all three Legendary Dogs, get together with two friends before any of you start the game. Have one player get Charmander, another get Squirtle, and the other get Bulbasaur. Each of you will get one of the legendary dogs: Charmander, Suicune; Squirtle, Raikou; and Bulbasaur, Entei. Once each of you has their own dog, trade one dog for another. For example, player one's Suicune for player two's Entei; player three's Raikou for player one's Entei; and Player three's Raikou for player two's Suicune.
Information in this section was contributed by ABReedy.

Use the following trick to easily catch Suicune, Raikou, or Entei without a Master Ball. Get a Pokemon the learns the move Mean Look or something similar, or get a Pokemon with the Arena Trap or Shadow Tag abilities to prevent them from escaping. If they do, you will get another chance to catch them, providing you do not make them faint.
Information in this section was contributed by Mike156719865751.

Go to Route 11 next to Vermilion City. It is easier to find the Legendary Dogs here.
Information in this section was contributed by Leif Rowles.

To get Entei, Raikou, and Suicune easily, go to a route then exit and enter it until you see one of them. Note: Do not forget to use Max Repel.
Information in this section was contributed by sheilajk.

To catch the Legendary Dogs, you first need to encounter it. That part is purely luck. After you find it, get a Diglett or Dugtrio with the ability Arena Trap. Put it first in your party. Buy about five Super Repels and a lot of Ultraballs. Next, go to the route you want to catch it on. This works if s the Arena Trap Pokemon is a higher level than the wild Pokemon there, and is lower than 50. Also, if you use a repel stand in the grass. Save the game. Check your Pokedex to see if it is on your route. If so, move around until you run into it. If it does not appear, restart the game and check again. Every time you restart the game, the Legendary Dog will be at a different location. Saving on the route in the grass ensures that it does not have a chance to leave before you encoutner it, and the Arena Trap prevents it from escaping once you do. Note: If the Pokemon uses Roar, you will not be able to find it again. Save the game after every time you encounter it, and work its HP down slowly. Attack only a few times then switch out Pokemon so that it can run. Having it stay in the Pokeball is the difficult part.
Information in this section was contributed by Awesome.

Finding any of the legendary dogs is a random event. Every time you enter or exit a route they will move. Your best chance to find them is to get a friend who has the Legendary Dog in your game and have him or her trade it to you so that you can track it down. Note: Do not forget Max Repels.
Information in this section was contributed by STARSKY10265.

Hint : Legendary Birds:
To catch the three Legendary Birds, battle with a strong Pokemon that knows a Suffering Technique (Poison, Paralyze or Burning) or Immobilizing Technique (Sleep or Freezing). When you have applied the Status Changes, change this Pokemon with another strong Pokemon that is resistant to any attack of the bird's attacks (Water, Fire, Rock, Ground). Make sure these Pokemon are between levels 47 and 55. Attack the bird with only one super effective attack, then with other attacks. Take care of the birds' HP, more if they are poisoned or burned. To keep the birds from fainting, save the game before you battle them. If they faint, reset the game. When they are on the red part of their HP, throw an Ultra Ball.
Information in this section was contributed by Omar Patricio Juárez Alvarez.

Use the following trick to get Lugia, Zapdos, Moltres, and Articuno. It requires a Gamecube, link cable, Pokemon XD: Gale Of Darkness, and be able to trade on both games. You also must have captured Lugia, Moltres, Zapdos, and Articuno in Pokemon XD Gale of Darkness. Connect the Game Boy Advance to the Gamecube. On the Gamecube, go to the main menu. Go to the trading part where you can exchange the Pokemon from Pokemon Leaf Green. Trade the four legendary birds for whichever Pokemon desired. Note: You cannot trade eggs or Shadow Pokemon. To purify Lugia, get all nine sets in the purify chamber to full tempo, then place Lugia in any of the nine sets. It should say something is different about Lugia. Take Lugia out of the set and it will be purified.
Information in this section was contributed by karenc21.

Hint: Johto Pokemon:
To get your first Pokemon from the Johto Region, defeat the Elite Four. Go to Island 3, then go in the tunnel. Talk to the man and he will give you a Nugget. Go out the door, and there will be a small patch of grass. Walk around in it, and you will find your first Johto Pokemon.

Hint: Baton Passers:
Information in this section was contributed by Alex.

To pass on Attack: Ninjask with Swords Dance (this is also good for speed).
To pass on Defense: Mr. Mime with Barrier.
To pass on Speed: Ninjask (recommended) or Girafarigwith Agility (Ninjask also has Speed Boost trait).
To pass on Special Defense: Gorebyss with Amnesia.
To pass on Special Attack: There are no moves that sharply increase Sp. Atk, so your best chance would be an Espeon with Calm Mind (this also increases Special Defense).
Note: If you pass on Speed, in rain, to a Pokemon with the Swift Swim trait, or a Pokemon with Chlorophyll in Sun, their speed will be increased even more.

Hint: Duplicate Pokemon:
Use the following trick to easily reproduce rare Pokemon, such as Charizard, Lapras, etc. Capture a Ditto in Pokemon Fire Red or Leaf Green. These can be found in the cave at Cerulean. Transfer your Ditto to Pokemon Sapphire or Ruby, then take it to the Daycare couple in Mauville and leave it there. The quickest way to get an egg is to cycle back and forth a few times in front of the Daycare Center until the old man comes out of the gate. The egg he gives you will hatch into the first evolution of whatever Pokemon you put into the daycare. For example, a Charizard will give you a Charmander. Trade with friends to get the other starters, breed an egg, then trade back. The hatched Pokemon will have you as the original trainer. Some Pokemon will not breed in this way, even though they have a gender (such as Latios and Latias).
Information in this section was contributed by Ray Martin.

Hint: Strong Pokemon:
To get a Pokemon that us extraordinarily strong, you must catch it at a low level (for example, level 3). The lower the level, the more powerful they can get when they level up. You also need to catch the Pokerus (Pokemon Virus). To get the Pokerus, you must not ever run from a battle -- you need to have the same Pokemon do an extreme amount of battling. Once a Pokemon gets it, the virus will spread to all the Pokemon in your party. They will grow extra strong from the boosted stats earned when leveling up. For example, if a level 3 Magikarp is caught and catches the virus when training, its stats will increase by 4 or 5 instead of the usual 3. As a result, when it gets to be a Gyrados at level 100, it will have over 400 HP. Also use Medicine to boost stats. The virus can only be caught once per Pokemon and does not last forever. It goes away after you go to the Pokemon Center too many times.
Information in this section was contributed by phong le.

Hint: Easy breeding:
When breeding, if the Pokemon you intend to breed is difficult to find catch a Ditto at about the same level as your other Pokemon. There is a better chance of getting eggs if the partners are almost the same level. For example, you can hatch eggs with Bulbasaur, Charmander, Squirtle, Eevee, Wynaut, and Togepi.
Information in this section was contributed by XxxTMANxxx.

The following baby Pokemon can be obtained through breeding. Note: If you have a Pokemon with a Ditto and the person outside says "They don't seem to like each other much", they will still create an egg. However it will take longer.
Information in this section was contributed by Dakota Windom.

Cleefa: Clefairy and Ditto
Igglybuff: Jigglypuff and Ditto
Azurill: Maril with Sea Incense (from Lost Cave) and Marill or Azumarill
Magby: Magmar and Ditto
Smoochum: Jynx and Ditto
Tyrogue: Hitmonchan or Hitmonlee and Ditto

Hint: Breeding legendary Pokemon:
To get more than one legendary Pokemon (if it is a female) go to the Day Care woman and put the legendary Pokemon with any male Pokemon. Walk around for awhile then go back to the Day Care man. If he has stepped forward, he has an egg for you. Take it and walk around for awhile. It will hatch into the legendary Pokemon that the female was.

Hint: Keep track of breeding steps:
When you are breeding a Pokemon, you can always go to the Safari Zone to keep track of your steps. When you are in the Safari Zone, press Start to see how many steps you have taken in order to calculate how many steps you need to breed a Pokemon or egg. This is very useful when you are trying to keep track of your breeding.
Information in this section was contributed by KissMyAsIf.

Hint: Easy egg hatching:
Go to Island 4 and put a Ditto in the Day Care with the Pokemon that you want to breed. Note: This will not work on Legendarys. You can also put Lax Incense on one of them to sometimes make a baby (like Pikachu makes a Pichu). Once you get your egg, fly to Cerulean City and get on your bike. Go to the bike trail that goes to Fushia City. Go on the left side and stick to the right side of the gray path. Going straight down the long gray path is exactly 136 steps -- it will not take long for the egg to hatch.
Information in this section was contributed by rowlandbjbr.

When trying to hatch eggs faster, place a Pokemon in your party whose ability is either Flame Body or Magma Armor (for example, Slugma or Macargo). The ambient heat will incubate the egg and cause it to hatch twice as fast.
Information in this section was contributed by TheLegendaryMike!!.

Go to the Safari Zone and run around. The number of steps per time is 600.
Information in this section was contributed by Lauren.

Go to the underground path from Route 6 (Vermilion City) to Cerulean City. Keep running with the Running Shoes on and go in and out until the egg hatches.
Information in this section was contributed by blondie315482000.

Go to Vermilion City. Go to the bridge to Lavender Town. Go to Saffron heading to Celadon. Then, go to the Cycling Road and then to Fuschia City. Then go back to the bridge to Lavender Town. Do this three times. After that go to Vermilion City where the old man with Machop is located. Go around them five times or more until the egg hatches.
Information in this section was contributed by Carlo.

Hint: Berries:
Look for a small black area in the grass. Press A, and you will find a berry. Note : This will not work on Big Pearls, Rare Candies, or Pearl.
Information in this section was contributed by Jordan.

Hint: Card Key:
Use the following steps to find the Card Key (a card-type key that unlocks doors in Silph Co.'s head office in Saffron City). The Card Key is on the fifth floor. Use the elevator to get there quickly. Find a Team Rocket Member to the left. Move south, enter the teleporter, then go back where you saw that Team Rocket Member or the grunt. Then start moving to the right. You should see a Pokeball that is the Card Key.
Information in this section was contributed by Bobby Vadhanapanich.

Hint: Coins:
After you get an Itemfinder fly to Celadon City. Go inside the Rocket Game Corner and use the Itemfinder to find buried coins (10 to 100). Be careful not to kick them around.
Information in this section was contributed by chris pass.

Hint: Diploma:
Complete the National Dex by catching all 386 Pokemon.

Hint: Exp. Share:
Go to Fuchsia City. Walk to the building on the other side of the building that you go through for Cycling Road. Go upstairs and talk to the aide. If you have collected at least fifty Pokemon, he will give you the Exp. Share. The Pokemon holding this item will gain the exact same number of experience points. For example, if Magikarp is holding it it and your Charizard just went up to level 59 and the experience was 496, then Magikarp will gain exactly 496 points.
Information in this section was contributed by BOBBY VADHANAPANICH and Dylan Lewis.

Hint: Good Rod:
Go to Fuchsia City and go towards the gym. Jump over the hedge. There will be two houses. Inside the one on the right, a man will give you the Good Rod.
Information in this section was contributed by Miles Smith.

Hint: HM SURF:
Go to the Safari Zone then go all the way up and to your left. Enter the house and talk to woman. You will win the Grand Prize, SURF.
Information in this section was contributed by Poke'John.

Hint: Hydro Cannon:
Go to Two Island. Look on your map. Where it reads "Two Island", it will also read "Cape Brink". If you go to Cape Brink, you will find a house on the very top of it. Go in. There will be a woman in the house. Talk to her and she will give you Hydro Cannon. Note: This will only work if you have a strong Water Pokemon that is the first Pokemon in your party.
Information in this section was contributed by Justkiddin555.

Hint: Itemfinder:
The Itemfinder is found upstairs in the building on Route 11.
Information in this section was contributed by Tom Dewhurst.

You must have over 30 Pokemon before you can get the Itemfinder.
Information in this section was contributed by Dylan Lewis.

Hint: Leftovers:
Use the Itemfinder where the two Snorlaxes appeared.

Hint: Luxury Ball:
To obtain a Luxury Ball, you must have rescued Lady Selphy from the Lost Cave on Five Island. After she returns to her house, she will ramble on about how bored she is, then ask to see a Pokemon. When she does this, fly back to the Five Island Pokemon Center and take out the Pokemon that she requested to see. Go back to her house. Place the Pokemon she wants to see first in your party and talk to her. She will call her butler over to you and reward you with a Luxury Ball. These balls are rare and cause the Pokemon captured by them to become more friendly, as if they were holding a Soothe Bell. You can do this as many times as desired. Selphy will sometimes give you another item besides a Luxury Ball, such as a Pearl. Note: If you save and turn off your Game Boy Advance, Lady Selphy will ask to see another Pokemon other than the one she asked for before.
Information in this section was contributed by Power Gamer 2.

Hint: Macho Brace:
Use the Itemfinder where Giovanni was found in the Viridian Gym.

Hint: Master Ball:
The Master Ball can only be located by saving the president that is in Saffron City, by defeating the leader of Team Rocket. After defeating him, talk to the president. He will give you the Master Ball. It will catch any Pokemon without fail.
Information in this section was contributed by BOBBY VADHANAPANICH.

Hint: Nest Ball:
Go to the pattern bush on Six Island and catch a Hericross. Go to the house that says "Strongest Horn" and talk to the lady inside. She will give you a nest ball.
Information in this section was contributed by Zachary Jenkins.

Hint: Nuggets:
Go to the last person (Team Rocket member) on Nugget Bridge. Lose to that person after you get the Nugget. Repeat this until you have the desired number of Nuggets. Note: If you save the your game after defeating him, you will no longer be able to do this.
Information in this section was contributed by Alex Maroney.

To get unlimited Nuggets, when you are going on the bridge in Cerulean, intentionally lose. An easy way to do this is to catch a Spearow, level 8 to10. This is recommended, as there is a girl in Vermilion City that wants a Spearow for her Farfetch. Go to the bridge after defeating all five trainers. Lose to the Rocket with a Nugget. Deposit all your Pokemon except for Spearow. Continuously lose to the Rocket until you have as many Nuggets as desired.
Information in this section was contributed by anmol bhath.

Go into Copycat's house and go upstairs. Select the desk next to the computer to get a free Nugget.
Information in this section was contributed by TMANF50.

Hint: Old Rod:
This can be obtained in Vermilion. Upon entering, go left to the house at the end. The man in there will give you an Old Rod (can only catch Magicarp).
Information in this section was contributed by Miles Smith.

Hint: PP Max:
Go to Two Island. Make sure to have a Pokemon that knows Surf. Go north towards Cape Brink and Surf in the pond below the waterfall. Go to the lone space on the right and use your Item Finder. PP Max is your reward. It allows a Pokemon's move to be completely maxed out of how many times that Pokemon may use it. Note: Choose wisely.
Information in this section was contributed by IDBigDog.

Hint: Rainbow Pass:
After you get a National Dex, go to 1 Island and talk to the man in the Pokemon Center working on the link. He will ask for a gem. To get it, go to the to Rockets at Mt. Ember. After they are done talking, battle both of them. Then, go inside and find the gem (which is a ruby). Return to the Pokemon Center and talk to the man again. He take it, and after he is done talking he will give you a Rainbow Pass. This will unlock 4-7 Island.
Information in this section was contributed by Andrew Menard.

Use the following steps to get the Rainbow Pass and Ruby Plate. To get the Rainbow Pass to access Islands 1 to 7, you must first have the Tri-Pass. To get the Tri-Pass you must battle the seventh gym leader and win. Then, Bill will appear and ask you to come with him. Answer "Yes". When you get to the islands, Celio will ask you to do a him a favor. While Bill fixes the network computer, deliver the rock thing to the game place in Island 2. You have to travel to Island 3 to save Lostelle from some Hypno. Save her, then go back to Island 2 and give the rock. When you go back to Island 1 you will find out that the network computer is fixed. After you defeat the Elite Four and want to face the Elite Four, you will learn that Lorelli is missing. She is located at Island 4. You must do some things before you go to Island 4. You must get the National Dex by catching 60 Pokemon. Talk to Celio, who will ask you to get some gem stones. Go to Island 4. Travel around until you get to the HM waterfall. Go out and enter again. Surf up the waterfall and you will see Team Rocket. Defeat them. Go to Island 1 to face Team Rocket on Mt. Ember and defeat them to get the Ruby Plate.
Information in this section was contributed by j kwan nguyen.

Rare Candies:
Use the Item Finder in the following places. Note: You can also use a Pokemon with the Pick Up ability.
Information in this section was contributed by Abin Nixon.

1. Route 4 (Mt. Moon)
2. Cerulean City (in the backyard of the house next to the fisherman)
3. Lavender Town (Pokemon Tower)
4. Cerulean City (Rocket Hideout Floor B3F)
5. Saffron City (Silph Co. 10F)
6. Fuchcia City (warden's house use Strength)
7. Victory Road in cave (exit the cave, re-enter, then go to the same place to get Dragon Claw TM02)
8. Lost Cave (right, up, down, down, right, left, down, left)
9. Route 6 (next to the fence)
10. Route 9 (dirt area)
11. Route 17(by third sign)
12. Route 12 (patch of grass)
13. Cinnabar Island (Pokemon Mansion)
14. Two Island - Cape Brink (behind house)

Hint: Repel and Super Repel:
Repel and Super Repel will keep all wild Pokemon of a lower level than the first Pokemon in your party from attacking. However, if the wild Pokemon is of the same level or higher, it will attack. Due to the decreased amount of Pokemon to fight, you will have less random encounters. To exploit the use of this, go to a cave with high level Pokemon such as at Victory Road or Union Cave. Use the Repel once inside. Find a boxed-in type of corner and tap the D-pad gently towards a wall. If done correctly, you will not hear a bumping sound. Doing this should not reduce the number of steps remaining on you Repel counter, because the Repel only counts movement that causes the character to take a step not turning. Just turn into a wall to make it easier for beginners. This trick is useful because you are always facing a Pokemon that is of equal or greater level, allowing you to get levels much faster than usual.
Information in this section was contributed by James Gardner.

Hint: Ruby:
Go to Mt. Ember. You must fight two Team Rocket goons. Afterwards, go into the cave and navigate your way through it. In the end you will find the ruby and get out of the cave.
Information in this section was contributed by EricJ4life.

Visit One Island as soon as you get the Tri-Pass. Go up to Mt Ember until you enter the mountain and the screen looks like you would when entering a house. Take the first right you reach and follow it until you see two Team Rocket members. Talk to them before you complete the game or you will not be able to enter the cave to start getting the stones afterwards.
Information in this section was contributed by Bdask8r001.

Hint: Running Shoes:
Follow through Viridian Forest, go to Brock (the first gym leader), and defeat him. Brock has three Pokemon: Geodude level12, Onix level 14, and Geodude level 11. Then, go to the path that leads to Mount Moon's base. Try to go past the man standing slightly past the entrance. He should stop you. He is Professor Oak's assistant. After talking to him, he will give you the Running Shoes.
Information in this section was contributed by BoomerangBen.

Your aide will give you the Running Shoes after the first gym.
Information in this section was contributed by THE CODEMASTER SAZUKI.

Hint: Sacred Ash:
Go to the Naval Rock Island (if you have the Mystic Ticket), and to the location where Ho-oh confronted you. Use the Itemfinder and it will automatically dig up the Sacred Ash, just like the Macho Brace at Viridian Gym after Giovanni left; and the Top from Pokemon Tower after Mr. Fugi left.
Information in this section was contributed by Reeder214.

Hint: Sapphire:
Go to the dotted hole and use Cut. You must go to your Pokemon menu and go to the Pokemon that has this ability. Next, fall into the first hole. You are now on Basement Floor 1 (B1). Go through the north hole and you will land on B2. Go through the west hole once you are on B2. Once you arrive on B3, go through the west hole and you will drop down to B4. Finally, go though the south hole on B4. You will then arrive in a room. When you go to the jewel, a man will come down and take it. However, he will give you the second password to the Team Rocket hideout. When you go there, you must fight the man in the end. After you defeat him, he will give you the jewel. You must then take the Sapphire to Celio, and then the link between Hoen and Kanto will be open
Information in this section was contributed by EricJ4life.

Visit One Island as soon as you get the Tri-Pass. Go up to Mt Ember until you enter the mountain and the screen looks like you would when entering a house. Take the first right you reach and follow it until you see two Team Rocket members. Talk to them before you complete the game or you will not be able to enter the cave to start getting the stones afterwards.
Information in this section was contributed by Bdask8r001.

Hint: Sea Incense:
Enter the Lost Cave on Island 5. Climb down the stairs then go to the entrances in the following order: east , north , south , north. You will find Sea Incense there.
Information in this section was contributed by Ahmed M. Tarif.

Hint: Secret Key:
Go to the Pokemon mansion. Go to the third floor. Go to the place with the holes in the ground. Go down the closest one to you and navigate your way through.
Information in this section was contributed by Devon Bravo.

Hint: Shell Bell:
Teach a Mistermime Trick (at level 38) and go to the Battle Tower. Play Knockout and use Trick on a Vaporeon.
Information in this section was contributed by the poke master.

Hint: Silph Scope:
Go to the underground path in Lavender Town and it will lead you to Celadon City. Then, go to the Rocket Game Corner. There will be a grunt looking at a poster. Defeat him, then select the poster.
Information in this section was contributed by thevitis.

The Silph Scope is found in Team Rocket's hideout after defeating their boss.
Information in this section was contributed by Tom Dewhurst.

Hint: Soothe Bell:
Use the Itemfinder where Mr. Fugi was located in the Pokemon Tower. Note that the Marowak in the Pokemon Tower cannot be caught. Do not waste your Pokeballs because it will just dodge them. To do this you will need two things, the Itemfinder and the Silph Scope. You must have twenty different Pokemon. Talk to Professor Oak's aide.
Information in this section was contributed by Tom Dewhurst.

Hint: Super Rod:
Go to Lavender Town. Go south until you find a house. A man in that house will give you a Super Rod.
Information in this section was contributed by Miles Smith.

Hint: Save TM:
When you have lost any important TM (Shadow Ball, Thunder, Fire Blast, Psychic, etc.), catch or transfer a Ditto. Grab the Pokemon that has the TM then breed it. You will now have the first Pokemon with a TM. This trick is useful when you have lost Eartquake, also is useful when you have any Pokemon to Battle Frontier higher than level 50. Only breed it then you will have the Pokemon with some attack learned by the Pokemon. When you need other Pokemon, try to breed other Pokemon than Ditto. Find a combination until you find a Pokemon. Note: This trick cannot be used with legendary Pokemon.
Information in this section was contributed by brig cool hop.

Hint: Strong TMs:
If you lose Roar, HyperBeam, Dig, SecretPower and Attract, go to the Celeldon Department Store. You can purchase those TMs on the second floor.
Information in this section was contributed by Zachary Jenkins.

Hint: Defeating Blamie:
In order to battle Blamie the Fire Pokemon trainer (seventh gym leader at Cinnabar Island), you will need the secret key that is found inside the Pokemon Mansion that will open the door. You should have any Pokemon that are strong enough to withstand Fire attacks such as Flamethrower, Overheat, Firespin, Fire Blast, Flame Wheel, and Ember. Get Water pokemon and teach them Surf any and attaks that will cause poison, confusion, and other statuses to win the battle.
Information in this section was contributed by BOBBY VADHANAPANICH.

Hint: Defeating Brock:
First, get a Caterpie. Then, use it a lot to make sure it evolves into a Metapod. When you evolve Caterpie, Metapod is harder to train up, but it is worth it. Make sure you evolve it into Butterfree and use it against Brock. Buterfree can make defeating the hardest Pokemon Brock has, Onix easy. Use Confusion all of the time.
Information in this section was contributed by Fo782.

First, get a Charmander. Then, level it up until it becomes a Charmeleon. By that time it should know the move "Metal Claw." this move is very effective against Stone types. You also need to evolve the Charmander into a Charmeleon because Onix's attack, Rock Tomb is very effective against Fire types.
Information in this section was contributed by soki477.

Both Steel and Fighting-type moves are very effective against Rock-type Pokemon. Train your Charmander up to level 13 so that it knows Metal Claw and/or train a Mankey to help you fight. Mankey's Low Kick is very effective on Onix.

Hint: Defeating Giovanni:
An easy way to defeat Giovanni in all battles is to use a Water Pokemon with Surf on all his Pokemon.

Hint: Completing Trainer Tower:
To beat the trainer tower easier, get all the Pokemon on your team to about the same level so that the opponent's Pokemon do not get a disadvantage against some of your lower level Pokemon. Also, only purchase two or three Revives for your Pokemon. You can go back to heal your Pokemon at the center at the bottom of the tower and still come back up to resume where you left off.
Information in this section was contributed by Abin Nixon.

Hint: Tougher Elite Four:
After you complete the Team Rocket warehouse on Five Island, return to Lorlie's house on Four Island. When you walk in she will not be there. Go to Vermillion. Go to Indigo Plateau and fight the Elite Four again. The Pokemon will be over level 63.
Information in this section was contributed by Andrew Hatcher.

Hint: Defeating the Elite Four:
Catch Zapdos or level up a Raichu or another Electric Pokemon to leve; 53 or higher. Get an Articuno or a high level Ice Pokemon. Teach it Fly. Make sure every Pokemon you have is at least level 49.after you finish Victory Road. Buy Max Potions, Full Restores, etc., then go through the door. When facing Lorelei, use your Electric type and use your strongest Electric type attacks (Thunder recommended). When facing Bruno, use your Flying type attacks on the Fighting type and Ice, Water, and Grass type on the Rock type. Try to do it in two or less turns on each of his Pokemon. They will probably use a strong attack on you. Also, try to use a weak attack first and a final blow last because they use Full Restores if you get them down to red and try to kill them. When facing Agatha, her first Gengar will try to poison you with Toxic. Try to kill her as fast as possible. For the others, try to use Hypnosis. Use Dark moves on her Psychic and Ghost types. This battle will be difficult. When facing Lance, use your good Electric types on his Gyarados and Dragonairs and the other Dragon/Water type. For Dragonite, use your Ice to hammer it down. His Pokemon mostly use Dragon Rage, Outrage and Hyper Beam. When they use Hyper Beam, they will rest for a turn. For your rival battle, keep healing and rotate Pokemon until you defeat him. Having a Grass, Water, Fire, and Electric type are recommended.
Information in this section was contributed by EABigE.

Hint: Gym leader weaknesses:
Information in this section was contributed by BOBBY VADHANAPANICH.

Brock: Type Rock; weaknesses Grass or water.
Misty: Type Water; weaknesses Grass or Electric.
Lt. Surge: Type Electric; weaknesses Rock, Ground, or Grass
Erika: Type Grass; weakness any Fire Pokemon with a Fire attack
Koga: Type Poison; weakness Fire Pokemon.
Sabrina: Type Psychic; Weakness Ghost with Curse.
Blaine: Type Fire; Weakness Water with Surf and/or Hydro Pump like Gyarados.
Giovanni: Type Earth/Rock/Ground; weakness Water or Grass like Surf or Razor Leaf.

Hint: Get to One Island:
To Get to One Island, defeat the Cinnabar Island Gym Leader, Blaine. When you come out, Bill will take you to One Island and give you the Tri-Pass. This will allow you to return at any time by taking the Pass to the boat dock in Vermilion City.

Hint: Lost Cave: Items:
Use the following directions to find the corresponding item.
Information in this section was contributed by Abin Nixon.

Lax Incense: Right, down
Sea Incense: Right, up, down, up
Max Revive: Right, up, down, down, right, right
Rare Candy: Right, up, down, down, right, left, down, left
Silk Scarf: Right, up, down, down, right, left, down, right, up (you will get it from Selphy)

Hint: Getting to Saffron City:
Go to the Celedon Department Store. Buy all three drinks on the sixth floor. The guard will not let you win. In order to get in go to the Mansion that is next a man talking about hot tea, go to the Right side of the Mansion. Enter, then talk to the old lady. She will give you the Tea, and you can now enter Saffron City.
Information in this section was contributed by BOBBY VADHANAPANICH.

This trick requires two Game Boy Advances, a link cable, a Pokemon Ruby or Sapphire game with a "Fresh Water" in the pack, and a Pokemon Fire Red or Leaf Green game that is completed and able to trade with Pokemon Ruby or Sapphire. Also, you will need another Pokemon Fire Red or Leaf Green cartridge. Give a Pokemon a Fresh Water. Trade the Pokemon from Pokemon Ruby or Sapphire to the completed Pokemon Fire Red or Leaf Green game. Take the Fresh Water and attach it to a Pokemon not from Pokemon Ruby or Sapphire. Trade it to the other Pokemon Fire Red or Leaf Green game. Give the Fresh Water to the guard. You can now access Saffron City easier. You can also do the same thing without the Pokemon Ruby or Sapphire cartrigde. Also, it works better when you have the completed cartridge and your friend has the unfinished game.
Information in this section was contributed by Ben Sott.

Hint: Safari Zone:
When you get in the Safari Zone you will need to pay 500 to enter and will receive 30 Safari Balls. You cannot use any Pokemon. All you can use is Ball, Bait, Rock, or Run. Ball is to catch the Pokemon, Bait is to give the Pokemon food, and Rock is to throw a rock make a Pokemon angry. However, they will not use an attack on you.
Information in this section was contributed by BOBBY VADHANAPANICH.

Hint: Unlimited Safari Zone time:
Enter the Safari Zone, then walk into an area and stop in the grass Then, tap the D-pad, but do not move You will find the Pokemon in that area without wasting steps.
Information in this section was contributed by Zman.

Find one location in the Safari Zone that suits you. Then, just rotate in place. Random Pokemon should you attack you every few rotations.
Information in this section was contributed by Dragdriver1414.

Go to the Safari Zone with a Pokemon that knows Sweet Scent. Go to the area where you want to catch Pokemon. Then, use Sweet Scent until you find what you want. Because you do not have to move to use Sweet Scent, you can do this as much as desired. To use Sweet Scent outside of battle, go to a place where you can normally catch Pokemon. Then, press Start. Go to the where it reads "Pokemon" on the menu. Then, choose the Pokemon that knows Sweet Scent. It should have "Sweet Scent" as an option. Choose "Sweet Scent" and you are done. Repeat the process if you want to do it more than once.
Information in this section was contributed by Kjk821.

Hint: Unlimited Safari Zone attempts:
Save the game when outside the Safari Zone. If you do not get any desired Pokemon, just restart the game instead of spending 500 each time.
Information in this section was contributed by Jordan Silvia.

Hint: Safari Zone: Pokemon and items:
The Safari Zone is located to the north of Fuchsia City. The following are items you can find:
Information in this section was contributed by AlakazamFreak.

Leaf Stone
TM 11 (Sunny Day)
Max Potion
Full Restorex2
Quick Claw
Max Potion
TM 47 (Steel Wing)
Protein
Gold Teeth (must collect)
TM 32 (Double Team)
HM 03 (Surf, must collect)

The following are rare wild Pokemon you can encounter:
Information in this section was contributed by AlakazamFreak.

Chansey
Kangaskhan
Nidorino, Nidorina
Parasect
Pinsir
Rhyhorn
Tauros
Venomoth

The following are the rare wild Pokemon you can catch using a Super Rod:
Information in this section was contributed by AlakazamFreak.

Seaking
Dratini
Dragonair

Hint: Seven Island boxes:
Use the following trick to pass the boxes in the old lady's house on Seven Island. Reach her without taking the Tea from the other old lady in the Game Freak mansion. It is simple because Celio takes you to One island after the Cinnabar Gym, which you can complete without entering Saffron City. Go through the game as if Saffron City does not exist.
Information in this section was contributed by Jack Dewison.

Hint: Seven Island Unknowns:
You can get Unknowns on Seven Island.
Information in this section was contributed by Abin Nixon

? and A in the Monean chamber.
D, H, O, C and U in the Liptoo Chamber.
E, I, N, and S in the Weepth Chamber.
J, L, P, Q, and R in the DILFORD Chamber.
F, G, K, T, and Y in the SCUFIB Chamber.
B, M, V, W, and X in the RIXY Chamber.
! and Z in the Viapois Chamber.

Hint: Team Rocket Hideout passwords:
The passwords to the Team Rocket hideout on the 5th Island are as follows:

Password 1 : "GOLDEEN need log."
Password 2: "Yes, nah, CHANSEY."

Passwords can be found after defeating the Elite Four and getting 60 Pokemon Data. Password 1 is on Island 1 near Mt. Ember, where the two Team Rocket members are found. Password 2 is where you find the Sapphire stone. Note: You cannot enter the passwords themselves at the door to the Team Rocket Hideout. You must to hear them to get in the Team Rocket Hideout Warehouse.
Information in this section was contributed by Bobby Vadhanapanich.

Hint: Missing Pokemon:
The following Pokemon are not found in the game and must be traded from a different version.
Information in this section was contributed by Bobby Vadhanapanich.

Ekans
Arbok
Oddish
Gloom
Vileplume
Psyduck
Golduck
Growlithe
Arcanine
Shellder
Cloyster
Scyther
Scizor
Electabuzz

Hint: Recommended team:
The following is a strong team with little weaknesses and is a good, uncommon mix that can be started early on.
Information in this section was contributed by short-t.

Raichu (level 50 to 55): Shockwave, Thunder, Thunderbolt, Mega Kick
Kabutops (level 50 to 55): Surf, Blizzard, Slash, Hyperbeam
Venusaur (level 50 to 55): Frenzy Plant, Solarbeam, Razor Leaf, Bullet Seed
Flareon (level 50 to 55): Fire Spin, Flamethrower, Fireblast, Bite
Dugtrio (level 50 to 55): Fissure, Earthquake, Dig, Slash
Pidgeot (level 50 to 55): Aerial Ace, Fly, your choice, your choice

Try the following team:
Information in this section was contributed by The Skater.

Dragonite (level 50 to 55): Surf, Hyper Beam, Outrage, Flamethrower
Pidgeot (level 50 to 55): Fly, Aerial Ace, Mirror Move, Wing Attack
Flareon (level 50 to 55): Hyper Beam, Flamethrower, Fire Blast, Bite
Raichu (level 50 to 55): Flash, Thunder, Shock Wave, Mega Kick
Alakazam (level 50 to 55): Strength, Psychic, Teleport, Psybeam
Venusaur (level 50 to 55): Cut, Solar Beam, Razor Leaf, Mega Drain

Try the following team:
Information in this section was contributed by The Skater.

Kabutops (level 50 to 55): Surf, Hyper Beam, Slash, Blizzard
Pidgeot (level 50 to 55): Fly, Aerial Ace, Mirror Move, Wing Attack
Flareon (level 50 to 55): Hyper Beam, Flamethrower, Fire Blast, Bite
Raichu (level 50 to 55): Flash, Thunder, Shock Wave, Mega Kick
Alakazam (level 50 to 55): Strength, Psychic, Teleport, Psybeam
Venusaur (level 50 to 55): Cut, Solar Beam, Razor Leaf, Mega Drain

A recommended team is Charizard, Venasaur, Blastoise, Mewto, Raichu/Zapdos and Golem or Charizard, Venasaur, Blastoise, Machamp, Golem and Machamp.
Information in this section was contributed by Luka Hannan.

Try the following team:
Information in this section was contributed by Dustin Droddy.

Marowak : Bonerang, Aerial Ace, Fire Blast, False Swipe
Blastoise: Surf, Bite, Earthquake, Hydro Cannon
Persian: Thunder, Bite, Cut, Attract
Raichu: Thunderbolt, Shock Wave, Strength, Brick Brake
Pidgeot: Fly, Double-Edge, Thief, Quick Attack
Flareon: Bite, Attract, Body Slam, Flame Thrower

Try the following team:
Information in this section was contributed by Psice man.

Blastoise level 90 to 100: Surf, Ice Beam, Bite, Hydro Cannon
Mewtwo level 90 to 100: Ice Beam, Flamethrower, Thunderbolt, Future Sight
Kyogre level 75 to 80: Ice Beam, Surf, Thunder, Water Spout
Rayquaza level 70 to 75: Ice Beam, Flamethrower, Fly, Dragon Claw
Luvdisc level 70 to 75: Ice Beam, Surf, Take Down, Secret Power
Articuno level 60 to 70: Blizzard, Ice Beam, Fly, Mind Reader
Note: This team should only be used by trainers with a lot of money. You also might need to be someone who prefers ice attacks.

Try the following team:
Information in this section was contributed by Esme Chowdhry.

Venusaur (level 62 holding Miracle Seed): Solarbeam, Sleep Powder, Frenzy Plant, Razor Leaf
Dragonite (level 62 holding Leftovers): Thunderbolt, Outrage, Dragonclaw, Hyper Beam
Alakazam (level 56): Recover, Psychic, Future Sight, Psybeam
Articuno (level 55 holding Quick Claw): Mist, Fly, Blizzard, Ice Beam
Lapras (level 53 holding Leftovers): Surf, Body Slam, Hydro Pump, Ice Beam
Marowak (level 51): Bonemerang, Strength, False Swipe, Double Edge; or
Poliwrath (level 42): Hypnosis, Psychic, Submission, Ice Beam; or
Jolteon (level 46): Double Kick, Pin Missile, Shock Wave, Quick Attack

Try the following team:
Information in this section was contributed by Luka Hannan.

Heracross: Megahorn, Focus Punch, Rock Slide, Fissure
Tyranitar: Thunder, Ariel Ace, Earthquake, Hyper Beam
Blastoise: Hydro Cannon, Hydro Pump, Surf, Blizzard
Alakazam: Psychic, Psy Beam, Hypnosis, Dream Eater
Arcanine: Blast Burn, Extreme Speed, Fire Blast, Overheat
Scizor: Metal Claw, Slash, Earthquake, Endeavor

Try the following team. Note: You must defeat the Elite Four to achieve this lineup, but once attained it is almost unstoppable. Aerodactyl cannot take recoil damage from Double-Edge due to Rock Head ability. Pinsir has amazingly high attack for a bug. Tyranitar is a pure juggernaut, and is rarely defeated.
Information in this section was contributed by chrisandrews90.

Tyranitar (level 55-60): Crunch, Rock Slide, Thrash, Hyper Beam
Pinsir (level 55-60): Strength, Swords Dance, Cut, Brick Break
Aerodactyl (level 60+): Double-Edge, Fly, Hyper Beam, Dragon Claw
Gyarados (level 60+): Hyper Beam, Dragon Dance, Earthquake, Surf
Kabutops (level 50-55+): Slash, Surf, Ice Beam, Waterfall
Lairon (level 55-60): Your choice of moves

Try the following team:
Information in this section was contributed by Sk8teMaster93.

Mewtwo (level 80): Metronome, Revover, Hyper Beam, Psychic
Snorlax (level 60): Hyper Beam, Earthquake, Rest, Sleep Talk
Charizard (level 65): Hyper Beam, Flamethrower, Blast Burn, Fly
Raichu (level 75): Thundershock, Thunderbolt, Thunder, Shock Wave
Dragonite (level 65): Outrage, Flamethrower, Surf, Hyper Beam
Gyarados (level 60): Hyper Beam, Surf, Waterfall, Hydro Pump

Try the following team:
Information in this section was contributed by GrndSeabass07.

Rayquaza
Kyroge
Groudon
Swampert
Charizard
Venasaur

Have the following Pokemon team (all male for ultimate attack, or female for defense). They are almost all Dragons with a weakness for Ice-types, but they are very strong with attack and defense. All of them have an attack that they must to rest from. This is done because most attacks do not do as much as them in three turns. This only takes two turns and does a lot of damage. However, only use them for finishing moves. Gyarados is the only non-Dragon type there. Try substituting Kingdra and Gyarados with Latios and Latias (from Pokemon Emerald, Ruby, and Sapphire) for similar or better results. For the absolute best team, you must give the Ruby and Sapphire to Celio. It will take some time, but is worth it.
Information in this section was contributed by Hera Ledro.

Dragonite: Shock Wave/Thunder, Dragon Claw, Hyper Beam, Fly
Charizard: Cut, Flamethrower, Blast Burn, Fire Blast
Salamence (from E/R/S): Fire Blast, Dragon Claw, Hyper Beam, Strength
Rayquaza (from E/R/S): Thunder, Thunderbolt, Shock Wave/Dragon Claw, Hyper Beam
Kingdra: Hydro Pump, Waterfall, Dragon Dance, Hyper Beam
Gyarados: Hydro Pump, Surf, Blizzard, Hyper Beam

Try the following team:
Information in this section was contributed by Phoenix Lipinski.

Rayquaza (level 100)
Swampert (level 100)
Blastoise (level 100)
Mewtwo (level 80)
Kyogre (level 80)
and another Pokemon of your choice.

Try the following team:
Information in this section was contributed by Nicholas Russo.

Charizard: Heat Wave, Flamethrower, Blast Burn, Overheat
Venusaur: Frenzy Plant, Razor Leaf, Solar Beam, Giga Drain
Golem: Earthquake, Magnitude, Rollout, Rock Throw
Zapdos: Thunder, Shock Wave, Fly, Drill Peck
Muk: Sludge Bomb, Sludge, Toxic, any move of your choice
Blastoise: Bite, Hydro Cannon, Surf, Blizzard

Try the following team:
Information in this section was contributed by Shadowofademon_33_33.

Blastoise: Hydro Pump, Dig, Surf, Icebeam
Note: Dig stops Electric types and Icebeam for Grass. If it is Electric and Flying (zapdos) kill it with Ice Beam.
Charizard: Flamethower, Dig, Fly, Blast Burn
Venasaur: Razor Leaf, Solarbeam, Vinewhip, Dig or Sunnyday

Try the following team:
Information in this section was contributed by Baldwinja4.

Charizard (level 65 to 70): Flamethrower, Blast Burn, Fly, Dragon Claw
Raichu (level 62 or above): Thunder, Thunderbolt, Shockwave, Slam
Articuno (level 65 or above): Ice beam, Blizard, Fly, Aerial Ace
Gyrados (level 65 or above): Hyper beam, Hydro Pump, Surf, your choice:
Alakazam (level 63 or above): Psychic, Psybeam, Recover, Hypnosis
Tyranitar (level 65 or above): Earthquake, Strength, Crunch, Thunder

The following team is very effective:
Information in this section was contributed by Balthazar_444.

Mewtwo (level 74): Swift, Recover (or Thunder), Mimic, Psychic
Venusaur (level 71): Cut, Giga Drain, Razor Leaf, Frenzy Plant
Articuno (level 72): Fly, Blizzard, Mind Reader, Ice Beam
Zapdos (level 75): Charge, Thunder, Detect, Drill Peck
Moltrese (level 73): Heat Wave, Rock Smash, Overheat, Flamethrower
Snorlax (level 74): Fire Blast, Psychic, Strength, Surf

The following team is recommended when facing the Elite Four: Charizard, Articuno, Zapdos, Moltres, Snorlax and Dragonaire.
Information in this section was contributed by Harry Wright.

Try the following team:

Zapdos (level 85+): Shock Wave, Thunder, Flash, Fly.
Mewtwo (level 75+): Psychic, Psych Up, Swift, Recover.
Venusaur (level 70+): Solarbeam, Leaf Blade, Sleep Powder, Leech Seed.
Moltres (level 66+): Flamethrower, Fly, Agility, Sunny Day
Articuno (level 66+): Ice Beam, Blizzard, Fly, Mean Look.
Kingler (level 20+): Cut, Strenght, Rock Smash, Surf.

Note: The last Pokemon will not be used against the Elite Four or Champion. Zapdos can easily take Dewgong, Cloyster, Lapras, Gengars, Crobat, Misdreavus, Gyarados, Kingdra, Aerodactyl, Heracross, Alakazam, Charizard, Venusaur and Blaistose. Mewtwo can easily take Piloswane, Hitmonlee, Hitmonchan, Machamp, Arbok, Dragonite (any), Charizard, Venusaur, and Blastoise. Venusaur can easily take Tyranitar and Blastoise. Moltres can easily take Jynx, Steelix, and Exeggcutor.Articuno can easily take Dragonite (any) and Exeggcutor; and can help to take Tyranitar.
Information in this section was contributed by Omar Patricio Juárez Alvarez.

Try the following team:
Information in this section was contributed by Zachary Jenkins.

Veanosaur (level 100): SoalarBeam, HyperBeam, LeafBlade, Sunnyday
Moltres (level 90): HeatWave, Fly, WingAttack, HyperBeam
Garodoes (level 100): FlameThrower, ThunderBolt, HyperBeam, HydroPump
Tyranitar (level 90): RockSlide, Crunch, Dig, HyperBeam
Magnoton (level 100): Thunder, ThunderBolt, HyperBeam, ShockWave

Try the following team:
Information in this section was contributed by Zachary Jenkins.

Tentacruel: Surf, BubbleBeam, WaterFall, HyperBeam
Vapreon: Surf, IceBeam, AuraBeam, WaterFall
Lapras: Surf, IceBeam, Psychic, Thunder
Tentacool: Surf, BubbleBeam, WaterFall, HyperBeam
Slowpoke: Surf, Psychic, Confuision, Dign
Poliwrath: Surf, Hypnosis, Dig, WaterFall

Try the following team:
Information in this section was contributed by dan magga.

Rayquaza: Hyper Beam, Earthquake, Fire Blast, Outrage
Salamence: Fire Balst, Hydro Pump, Earthquake, Body Slam
Tyranitar: Earthquake, Fire Blast, Ice Beam, Outrage
Charizard: Blast Burn, Earthquake, Fire Blast, Outrage
Flygon: Body Slam, Dragon Claw, Earthquake, Flamethrower
Dragonite: Blizzard, Earthquake, Fire Blast, Outrage

Try the following team:
Information in this section was contributed by Markvs6.

Moltres (level 62)
Zapdos (level 63)
Kadabra (level 65)
Blastoise (level 62)
Articuno (level 64)
Mewtwo (level 75)

Try the following team when facing the Elite Four:
Information in this section was contributed by Ken Latham.

Raichu (level 91): Thunderbolt, Hyper Beam, Strength, Brick Break
Marowak (level 82): Bonemarang, Strength, Rock Smash, Ice Beam
Sableye (level 84, trade from Pokemon Sapphire): Shadow Ball, Confuse Ray, Cut, Brick Break
Flareon (level 84): Flamethrower, Fire Blast, Hyper Beam, Iron Tail
Gardevoir (level 91, trade from Pokemon Ruby or Sapphire): Psychic, Shadow Ball, Flash, Thunderbolt
Kyogre (level 88, trade from Pokemon Sapphire): Waterfall (or Hyper Beam), Surf, Ice Beam, Water Spout

A good team before you get the National Dex is:
Information in this section was contributed by Tyler Sturrock.

Charizard (level 60 to 70): Flamethrower, Heat Wave, Blast Burn, Dragon Claw
Garados (level 60 to 70): Hydro Pump, Surf, Hyper Beam, Flamethrower
Rhydon (level 60 to 70): Earthquake, Megahorn, Horn drill, Take Down
Magneton (level 60 to 70): Thunder, Thunderbolt, Tri To Atack, Shock Wave
Ferrow (level 60 to 70): Fly, Drill Peck, Steel Wing, Mirror Move
Persian (level 60 to70): Pay day, Thunderbolt, Slash, Shadow Ball

Try the following team:
Information in this section was contributed by John Carson.

Blastoise
Lugia (substitute for Alakazam and make sure Dragonite knows a level 60 flying attack or higher if you do not have Lugia)
Dragonite
Groudon
Typhlosion (trade from Pokemon Coliseum or substitute for Ninetails)
Kabutops (if you chose Helix Fossil, then substitute Rhydon instead)

Try the following team:
Information in this section was contributed by norfolk1lady.

Alakazam (level 100): Shadow Ball, Calm Mind, Psychic, Protect
Typhlosion (level 100): Fire Blast, Flame Wheel, Aerial Ace, Flamethrower
Charizard (level 100): Aerial Ace, Slash, Dragon Claw, Flamethrower
Metagross (level 100): Psychic, Meteor Mash, Earthquake, Hyper Beam
Raikou (level 100): Thunderbolt, Crunch, Thunder, Calm Mind
Machamp (level 100): Focus Punch, Cross Chop, Earthquake, Dynamicpunch

Try the following team:
Information in this section was contributed by MARK DALTON.

Blastoise (about level 70): Hydro Cannon, Waterfall, Surf and Double Edge
Blissey (about level 60): Egg Bomb, Double Edge, Rock Smash(or Soft Boiled), and Strengh
Raikou (about level 55): Thunder, ThunderBolt, Spark and Roar
Moltres (about level 55): Fire Blast, Fly, Overheat and Flamethrower
Mewtwo (about level 75): Swift, Recover, Shadow Ball and Psychic
Primeape (about level 60): Rage, Cross Chop, Swagger and Brick Break

When in a double battle, send out Shedinja and Ditto. Have Shedinja use Protect and have Ditto use Transform on Shedinja. Then you will have a Shedinja with more HP and the Wonder Guard ability.
Information in this section was contributed by Zachary Goodwin.

Try the following team:
Information in this section was contributed by atozcrowe.

Mewtwo
Dragonite
Venusaur
Tyranitar
Crobat
Steelix

Try the following team:
Information in this section was contributed by Mastergamer1213.

Houndoom (level 100)
Jirachi (level 100)
Swampert (level 100)
Blaziken (level 100)
Charizard (level 100)
Rayquaza (level 100)

Try the following team before National Dex:
Information in this section was contributed by Tyler Sturrock.

Blastoise (level 70 to 75): Hydro Cannon, Hydro Pump, Surf, Return
Pidgeot (level 60 to 70): Fly, Hyper Beam, Wing Attack, Aerial Ace
Nidoking (level 65 to 70): Earthquake, Thunderbolt, Brick Break, Horn Drill
Exeggutor (level 60 to 65): Psychic, Solarbeam, Sunny Day, Giga Drain
Flareon (level 70 to 75): Shadow Ball, Flamethrower, Fire Blast, Overheat
Snorlax (level 60 to 70): Rest, Snore, Rollout, Hyper Beam

Try the following team:
Information in this section was contributed by Tyler Sturrock.

Charizard (level 90 to 100): Blast Burn, Flamethrower, Heat Wave, Dragon Claw
Scizor (level 90 to 100): Slash, Aerial Ace, Hyper Beam, Metal Claw
Feraligator (level 90 to 100): Hydro Pump, Earthquake, Return, Focus Punch
Magneton (level 90 to 100): Zap Cannon, Thunder, Thunderbolt, Tri Attack
Skarmory (level 90 to 100): Fly, Steel Wing, Attract, Protect
Sceptile (level 90 to 100): Leaf Blade, Giga Drain, Solarbeam, Sunny Day

Try out this team. It covers all the weak points of basically any Pokemon you may meet. Depending on which Pokemon you favor, the levels can vary. Most of the attacks have a really good hit rate so you can be assured that you will win almost any battle.
Information in this section was contributed by Jared Liew.

Dragonite (Level 98): Flamethrower, Thunderbolt, Ice Beam, Wing Attack
Tyranitar (Level 95): Rock Slide, Crunch, Earthquake, Brick Break
Snorlax (Level 92): Surf, Psychic, Rest, Snore
Scizor (Level 88): Fury Cutter (in case of a Sableye or Spiritomb in Pokemon Diamond or Pearl), Protect, Metal Claw, Swords Dance (optional)
Charizard (Level 91): Heat Wave, Blast Burn (optional), Return (only if loyal), Dragon Claw
Sableye (Level 82, must trade from Pokemon Ruby): Fake Out, Confuse Ray, Knock Off, Shadow Ball (optional)

Try the following team.

Swampert, Feraligatr, or Blastoise (level 65)
Natures: Quiet, Brave, Sassy or Relaxed
Abilities: Torrent
Moves:
Swampert: Earthquake, Surf, Hydro Cannon, Brick Break
Feraligatr: Slash, Aerial Ace, Bulk Up, Surf
Blastoise: Withdraw, Ice Beam, Hydro Pump, Skull Bash
Hold: Anything desired
Blaziken, Typhlosion, or Charizard (level 65)
Natures: Lonely, Hasty, Mild or Gentle
Abilities: Blaze
Moves:
Blaziken: Bulk Up, Double Team, Brick Break or Sky Uppercut, Flamethrower or Blaze Kick
Typhlosion: Flamethrower, Fire Punch, Swift, Smokescreen
Charizard: Wing Attack or Aerial Ace, Swords Dance, Fire Blast, Flamethrower
Hold: Anything desired
Sceptile, Meganium, Venusaur (level 65)
Nature (Meganium and Venusaur): Sassy, Quiet
Nature (Sceptile): Mild, Hasty
Ability: Overgrow
Moves:
Sceptile: Leaf Blade, Leech Seed, Giga Drain, Toxic
Venusaur: Frenzy Plant, Leech Seed, Giga Drain or Razor Leaf, Toxic
Meganium: Solarbeam, Sunny Day, Synthesis, Leech Seed or Toxic
Hold: Anything desired
Gardevoir (recommended), Alakazam (level 66)
Nature: Modest
Ability: Synchronize
Moves:
Gardevoir: Psychic, Calm Mind, Double Team, Shock Wave or Thunder Bolt
Alakazam: Psychic, Calm Mind, Recover, Shock Wave or Thunderpunch
Hold: Twistedspoon, Shell Bell or Leftovers
Altaria, Pidgeot, Swellow (level 66)
Nature: Docile, Hardy, Serious, Quirky or Bashful
Ability: Any
Moves: As long as Aerial Ace and Fly are known
Hold: Any
Salamence, Dragonite, Tyranitar (level 65)
Nature (Tyranitar and Dragonite): Brave, Quiet
Nature (Salamence): Mild
Moves:
Dragonite and Salamence: Outrage, Dragon Claw, Dragon Dance, Brick Break
Tyranitar: Bulk Up, Rock Slide, Earthquake, Crunch
Hold: Any
Metagross (level 65)
Nature: Quiet, Brave, Sassy or Relaxed
Moves: Meteor Mash, Cosmic Power, Psychic, Earthquake
Hold: Metal Coat

Try the following team.
Information in this section was contributed by square bob.

Blastoise (level 90 to 100): Hydro Cannon, Hydro Pump, Earthquake, Ice Beam
Heracross (level 90 to 100): Megahorn, Brick Break, Reversal, Endure
Salamence (level 90 to 100): Hydro Pump, Flamethrower, Dragon Claw, Crunch
Arcanine (level 90 to 100): Flamethrower, Extreamspeed, Flame Wheel, Take Down
Gradevoir (level 90 to 100): Psychic, Thunderbolt, Shadow Ball, Imprison
Metagross (level 90 to 100): Metor Mash, Psychic, Shadow Ball, Earthquake
Note: To get Hydro Pump on Salamance, breed a female Salamance with a male Gyrados that knows Hydro Pump.

Try the following team:

Charizard: Flamethrower, Blast Burn, Fly, Steel Wing (Relaxed Nature); Item: Charcoal
Alakazam: Psychic, Psybeam, Return, Fire Punch (Bold Nature); Item: Lum Berry
Lapras: Waterfall, Surf, Ice Beam, Thunderbolt (Modest Nature) Item: Leftovers
Rhydon: Strength, Rock Blast, Earthquake, Megahorn (Careful Nature); Item: Quick Claw
Dragonite: Rock Smash, Hyper Beam, Dragon Claw, Outrage (Nature with No Change); Item: Leftovers
Victreebel: Cut, Razor Leaf / Giga Drain, Sludge Bomb, Sleep Powder (Nature with no Change); Item: Bright Powder

Try the following team.
Information in this section was contributed by A.J. DiMarzio.

Togetic (level 62): Fire Blast, Psychic, Thunder, Ice Beam
Marowak (level 66): Mega Kick, Earthquake, Fire Blast, Ice Beam
Ledian (level 70): Giga Drain, Ice Punch, Body Slam, Solar Beam
Golduck (level 77): Psychic, Hydro Pump, Ice Beam, Body Slam
Houndoom (level 88): Fire Blast, Flamethrower, Solar Beam, Body Slam
Kingdra (level 100): Ice Beam, Hydro Pump, Hyper Beam, Body Slam

Try the following team.
Information in this section was contributed by Abin Nixon.

Tyranitar
Mewtwo
Zapdos
Moltres
Blastoise
Victreebell

Hint: Recommended Pokemon League moves:
Information in this section was contributed by PuffDady1357.

If you started with Charmander, the best moves for Charzard are Blast Burn, Flamethrower, Hyper Beam, And Fly.
If you started with Bulbasuar, the best moves are Sleep Powder, Stun Spore, Solar Beam, and Giga Drain.
If you started with Squirtle, the best moves are Hydro Cannon, Surf, Hyper Beam, and Blizzard.

Hint: Easy wins:
This trick requires a Shedinja, a Pokemon that knows Skill Swap, and a Ghost-Dark hybrid, and can only be used in a double battle. Enter the Shedinja and the Pokemon that knows Skill swap into battle first. Have the Pokemon that knows Skill swap use it on Shedinja. Then, switch Shedinja out with your Ghost-Dark hybrid, and have the Pokemon who knows Skill Swap use it on your Ghost-Dark hybrid. Because no move can deal Super Effective damage to a Ghost-Dark hybrid, using this trick to swap Shedinja's Wonderguard over to one will make it completely invincible. However, even with Wonderguard, the Ghost-Dark hybrid will only be invulnerable to attacks. This means that special conditions, recoil, etc. will still do damage to it.
Information in this section was contributed by Samuel Clifton.

Hint: Easy money:
To get easy money, use a Meowth with the Pay Day attack in wild or trainer battles.
Information in this section was contributed by mcewans.

To do this, you must defeat the Elite Four, have the Amulet Coin, the Vrs Seeker, and the Rainbow Pass. First, go to Island 5. Go up along the coast. Surf north until you meet a trainer on a tiny island. Ignore him or her. Then, go east a short distance and you will find a bigger island with a house. There is a Lady named Jacki near the island you saw a moment ago. She has a level 48 Hopip and a level 50 Skiploom. They are Grass/Flying type. Give the Amulet Coin to a Pokemon that is good against them. Put it up front. Battle her and you will get 20,000 in money. Use the Vrs Seeker to battle her again with the same Pokemon and get 20,000 in money again. Run around the island until your Vrs Seeker is recharged. Battle her as much as desired.
Information in this section was contributed by jek and samz.

To get quick money, get a Zigzagoon. Battle with it. After every battle, look to see if it has a Nugget. When you get one, sell it for lots of money. Note: It will also get lots of other items.
Information in this section was contributed by Evil Genius Ryan.

Have at least two Pokemon and access to Five Island, a level 45 to 50 Persian that knows Pay Day and is holding Amulet Coin, and another Pokemon that is not holding anything but knows Thief. Go to Resort Gorgeous and find the two rich ladies. Fight them using the Vs Seeker. Lady Jacki uses a level 48 Hoppip. Use your Persian and Pay Day against it. The second uses a level 50 Skiploom. Switch to your thieving Pokemon and use Thief to get his Stardust. You will get 2,000 in money (not counting Pay Day), and take the Stardust away from your thief. Lady Gillian uses a level 49 Mareep. Use your Persian against it and Pay Day until it faints. The second is a level 48 Mareep. Use the same attack as the first, Pay Day. The third is a level 49 Flaffy. Switch to your thief and steal his Nugget. Then, finish him off. Repeat this as many times as desired.
Information in this section was contributed by Dustin Droddy.

Go to treasure beach directly below the One Island port. Then, use the Itemfinder to find the two Pearls. Go to any shop and sell them. Repeat this as many times as desired.
Information in this section was contributed by Ace Tempest.

Catch a Meowth. Raise Meowth untill it learns the move Pay Day. Then, give Meowth the Amulet Coin. For every Pay Day used with Meowth still in battle at the end, it will give you 10 credits per level. For example, if you have a level 25 Meowth it will give you 250 credits per Pay Day attack.
Information in this section was contributed by Rod Robertson.

Note: You must defeat the Elite Four to get the Rainbow Pass to get here. Go to Resort Gorgeous On Island Five and go between the person you first see on the big island of the resort and the person next to Lady Selphy's house. Use the Vs. Seeker and fight the two ladies. One will give you 10,000 money and the other will give you 9,800 money. If you have the Amulet Coin you will get 20,000 from one and 19,600 from the other. The one next to the house has two Mareep, and one Flaffy. The one next to the shore has a Hoppip and a Skiploom. Also, if you show Lady Shelphy in her house the Pokemon that she wants to see, you will randomly get a Luxury Ball, Rare Candy, Pearl, Big Pearl, Nugget, Star Cust and Star Piece. The Pokemon that she wants to see changes if you do not show it to her within a certain time period. She will keep asking you to show different Pokemon.
Information in this section was contributed by Abin Nixon.

Hint: Saving money:
To save money, buy only regular Pokeballs (about 350 to 400). Buy as few of Potions, Super Potions, Full Heals, Hyper Potions, Max Potions, and Max Revives as possible. Instead, go to Two Island and buy Fresh Water for 200 (heals your Pokemon by 50 points), Soda Pop for 300 (heals your Pokemon by 60), Lemonade for 350 (heals your Pokemon by 80), Moomoo Milk for 500 (heals your Pokemon by 100), and Lava Cookies for 200 (acts as Full Heal). However, still purchase Full Restores and Revives for when you are in a tight spot. Also, use the Poke-Flute to wake up Pokemon and the Yellow Flute to snap them out of confusion.
Information in this section was contributed by Dustin Droddy.

Hint: Easy experience:
At the beginning of the game, choose Bulbasaur or Charmander to be able to train them faster after the second gym. When you are first able to catch Pokemon, go to Route 22 west of Viridian and catch a Spearow and Mankey. Both will train fast against the early wild Pokemon. Then, train Spearow as much as possible in the Viridian Forest. Its Peck attack will be very effective against every Pokemon in the forest, except for Pikachu (which you should catch because it is rare). After coming out of the forest with a level 10 to 15 Spearow, you should then train Mankey in the grass north of the exit of Viridian Forest. After he learns Low Kick, you can seriously damage the Rattata you will find there. Then in the same patch of grass, train Pikachu. Its Thundershock wipes out pidgeys. Then, train Bulbasaur or Squirtle until it learns Vine Whip or Bubble. You can use these against Brock. Defeat Brock with your starter Pokemon, then train as evenly as possible with everyone else on Route 3, facing all the trainers. Note: Use Pikachu against the toddlers; they seem to like Pidgeys and Spearows. When in Mt. Moon, train Pikachu against the Zubats in the cave. Also, catch a Paras. Additionally, catch a Clefairy if you can find one, although by this time it will be useless to you. Get the TM Bullet Seed left of the entrance to the cave and teach it to Paras. Then, train it against a wild Geodude. Also teach the TM Rock Tomb that you got from Brock to Mankey and train it against Zubats along with Pikachu. Before going to the Nugget Bridge, make sure Pikachu is first in your party. You will face Gary and he uses Pidgeotto first. Then at the Nugget Bridge and the road to Bill's House, train Paras against the hikers. Also train Spearow against the bug catchers. After that training, defeat Misty with Pikachu (and Paras if Pikachu faints). Then, go down to Vermilion and face a few of sailors on the outside deck of the ship. Then, go to the Pokemon Center. Next, go to the route east of Vermilion and train against the gamblers with Pikachu and Paras and use whoever you taught Dig to against the mechanics. Next, go Diglett's cave and have lots of Pokeballs to use, if you find a wild Dugtrio. Then, train Paras in the cave. Also train Squirtle/Bulbasaur. Then, go to the ship as usual and most of your Pokemon should be at or better than level 20. Also, Bulbasaur/Squirtle, Paras, and Spearow should be evolved and you can face Surge with the Pokemon that knows Dig or Mankey with Karate Chop against the Voltorbs.
Information in this section was contributed by Psice Man.

Put a Pokemon in the daycare. ever step you take after that will give your Pokemon one experience point. Go to Rocket Hide Out in the Casino. Go to part with the moving floor. Find a part where the ground moves straight to a location where it makes you stop. Tape the D-pad in the direction of the moving ground. Check on it every once in awhile to make sure it is still working. Keep the game in this state for a few hours for easy experience.
Information in this section was contributed by John Collins.

Note: This trick requires the Vs Seeker, a bike, and Experience Share. Have a level 50 or greater Pokemon with a powerful attack. Get the Pokemon you want to level up out of the PC. Give it the Experience Share and repeatedly fight the trainers at the top of cycling road. This is a good location because the Pokemon here are about level 30, and there are a lot of trainers in view. Let the Pokemon try its luck fighting them when it gets to level 25. To get rich during this, give the Pokemon that fights most of the time the Amulet Coin. Another good way is to fight the Elite Four with the Experience Share Pokemon with you.
Information in this section was contributed by Kris Reuter.

Note: This trick requires a Vs Seeker, Tri-Pass, Experience Share (if you want to train level 40 and below Pokemon), and preferably a bicycle. Go to One Island. Surf to the right on Kindle Road. Go north until you reach a cave side entrance. There will be two karate trainers running back and forth and a Crush Kin Team on the same screen. Before defeating the Elite Four, the Black Belt on the left has a level 37 Machop and 37 Machoke. The Black Belt on the right has a level 38 Machop and Machoke. The Crush Kin has a level 39 Machoke and level 39 Primeape. After defeating the Elite Four, both of the Black Belts have a level 55 Machoke and Machamp, and the Crush Kin has a level 56 Machamp and Primeape. Fight them and use the Vs Seeker an unlimited number of times to fight them repeatedly. In the cave is the Ember Spa, where you can heal your Pokemon, should they get too hurt from fighting those enemies. Your Pokemon will level up very fast, but after defeating the Elite Four the battles can get a little bit harder to win due to the massive level increase.
Information in this section was contributed by chrisandrews90.

Get either a Zapdos or a Fearow that knows the move "Drill Peck". Make sure it is at least level 53. Put it at the head of the party. Place any level 60 Pokemon second, the Pokemon you want to gain the experience third, and equip it with the Exp. Share. Give your lead Pokemon the Amulet Coin. In the last three slots, you can put Eggs that you wish to hatch. Go to Kindle Road on One Island. Move north towards Mt. Ember. There should be five trainers there. Defeat them, then use the Vs. Seeker to face them again. They have Primeapes, Machokes, and Machamps at levels 55 and 56. Repeatedly defeat them to gain quick experience and money. To heal, go north to the Ember Spa and go to the Rejuvenation Pool. Repeat this as many times as desired.
Information in this section was contributed by Ken Latham.

Go to the Pokemon Day Care Center. Give him the Pokemon you wish to level up. That Pokemon gets experience for every step you take. Go outside and walk around. If you do this for a very long time the Pokemon will get more experience and then level up.
Information in this section was contributed by Matt Steigely.

Go to Biker's Pass and go to the six Bikers/Cue Balls. Beat them up. Use the Vs. Checker and keep fighting them. You can get Easy Pokeyen and experience. This can help you defeat the Elite Four easier.
Information in this section was contributed by PokeMaster100.

Hint: Sabrina's gym:
To get to Sabrina faster, try this trick. Go to the first teleporter, then move left, down, left, left. To get back to the start, do the opposite.
Information in this section was contributed by Kev's Towing.

After you go on the first portal, keep going to the portal directly across and it will take you directly to Sabrina. There is a certain way to get to Sabrina without battling anyone.
Information in this section was contributed by Brandon Nelson.

Hint: Finding Selphy:
In the Lost Cave, start from the beginning and go right, up, down, down, right, left, down, and right. When she sees you, she will fight with two level 49 Persians. Afterwards you will go to her house and ask to see a Pokemon (Arkanine).
Information in this section was contributed by HPK2004.

After you find Selphy in the lost cave, go to her house at Resort Gorgeous. Talk to her and she will ask to see a Pokemon. If you have that Pokemon, then go to the Pokemon Center on Five Island. Add the Pokemon to your party then go back to her house. Show her, and she will call her butler. He will give you something for it (for example, a Star Piece and Luxury Balls).
Information in this section was contributed by claire simpson.

Hint: Determining Pokemon's feelings towards you:
When you use an item on one of your Pokemon outside of a battle, such as a Potion, the Pokemon will either move closer or away from you in the short intermission sequence. How far the Pokemon moves depends on how much it likes you. If it does not move at all, it feels neutral.
Information in this section was contributed by Bendilin.

Hint: Trainer name comment:
At the Pokemon Trainer Fan Club in Saffron City, the blonde man in the back will mention the last person you battled in real life. For example, if you battle a friend who named their character "Dusty", he will say, "Dusty's cool, huh? I love the way he talks. I'd really relish a chance to meet him in person once."
Information in this section was contributed by Bendilin.

Hint: Answers to Blamies questions:
The following are the answers to the quizzes at the seventh gym:
Information in this section was contributed by Bobby Vadhanapanich.

Quiz 01: Caterpie evolves into Metapod? Yes
Quiz 02: There are 9 certified Pokemon League Bades? No
Quiz 03: Poliwag evolves 3 times? No
Quiz 04: Are Electric moves effective against Ground-type Pokemon? No
Quiz 05: Pokemon of the same kind and level are not identical? Yes
Quiz 06: TM28 contains Tombstony? No

Hint: Profile:
After playing awhile and getting all eight Badges, fly back to Pewter City and go into the Pokemon Center. Inside, beside the PC, will be a lady who asks you what your profile is. Answer "Yes" to her question to create your own profile. Profiles are useless and have no meaning whatsoever, but are fun to make.
Information in this section was contributed by nick vacirca.

Hint: More than one attempt when catching a Legendary Pokemon:
When you are close to a Legendary Pokemon and want to catch it, save the game just before you battle it. If you accidentally make it faint, Just reset the game and try again.

Hint: Catching Pokemon easily:
When catching a Pokemon (for example, a legendary), buy one good Pokeball (for example, a Master Ball) then buy a large number of normal Pokeballs. Go to the place where you want to catch a Pokemon. Then got to your bag. Go to the Pokeballs. Use the single good Pokeball then use a normal Pokeball. When you are throwing the Pokeball hold A + B, then when it goes one way release A and keep holding B.
Information in this section was contributed by hemant patel.

Hint: Trade to Pokemon Colosseum:
To trade your Pokemon to Pokemon Colosseum through a link cable, you must first complete the game and defeat the Elite 4. You can now trade Pokemon like Mewtwo, Lugia and Ho-oh (if you have the Mystery Pass), Deoxys (if you have the Rainbow Pass), etc.
Information in this section was contributed by angel_6391.

Hint: Chronotrigger reference:
After defeating the Elite Four and collecting the ruby, you will have access to Islands Four, Five, Six and Seven. On Island Five is a sign that reads "Five Island Chrono Island: Where Time Goes".
Information in this section was contributed by Jesse Wolfmeyer.

Hint: Pat Benatar reference:
One of the trainers you can fight will say "Hit me with your best shot!" at the beginning of the fight and "Fired away!" after you defeat him. Both of those lines are a reference to the Pat Benatar's song "Hit Me With Your Best Shot".
Information in this section was contributed by Matthew Maclean.

Glitch: Raticate and Repel:
When you are in the Pokemon Mansion on Cinnabar Island, using any Repel will keep every Pokemon away except one, Raticate. This is rare, but you can run into a Raticate while looking around.
Information in this section was contributed by Newt.

Glitch: Funny water noise:
First, mate two Pokemon that have the Surf move (or one and a Ditto). When you get the egg, move directly in front of water and press action (A). You will hear a noise as if you were going to use Surf, but you do not. This will happen every time until you get rid of the egg or it hatches. Note: If you have any active Pokemon that knows Surf, this will not work. Also, the two Pokemon have to be mateable.
Information in this section was contributed by shujinco.

Glitch: Incorrect dialogue:
Go to the Pokemon Center in front of Mt. Moon. Talk to the man that asks you if you want to buy a Magikarp for $500. If you are the male trainer, he will call you "Miss".
Information in this section was contributed by Jason Morrison.


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