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Pokemon Crystal

In-game reset:
Hold A + B + Select + Start during game play to return to the title screen.
Information in this section was contributed by mistykrystal.

Abra:
Abra will not know any moves except Teleport if you use a stone to evolve it into Kadabra.
Information in this section was contributed by Shardom.

Alakazam:
Alakazam will learn Psychic at level 38 and Reflect at level 45.
Information in this section was contributed by Junior05000.

Aipom:
Go to the area between Mahogany and Blackthorn. Headbutt every tree possible. Eventually a sleeping Aipom at level 10 will fall from it.
Information in this section was contributed by Pepperrunco.

Chansey:
You can find a Chansey on Routes 15, 14, and 13. It will be at level 20 or higher.
Information in this section was contributed by rashad davis.

Clefairy: Dancing:
In Kanto at six o'clock, you can find dancing Clefairies on Route 4 (outside Mount Moon ), but only on Monday nights. They are in the patch of grass with little flowers. When the Clefairies notice you, they run away, but will leave a rock that one of your Pokemon can Rock Smash. Underneath, is a Moon Stone, which that can evolve Pokemon such as Clefairy, Jigglypuff, and Nidoran (male and female).
Information in this section was contributed by IANPORTER4.

Corsela:
Fish at the Day Care Center below Goldenrod City with the Super Rod. Eventually, you will find a Corsela. Other than Corsela, you will find high level Krabby.
Information in this section was contributed by josh holland.

Ditto:
You can breed any Pokemon with Ditto (and not just Lugia, Suicune, Raiku, Entei, Moltres, Zapdos or Articuno).
Information in this section was contributed by vakatak.

Donphan:
Go directly south of Blackthorn and search in that location.
Information in this section was contributed by The Ultimate Pokefan.

Dratini:
Go into the house in Dragon Den and answer all the questions correctly. He will give you a Dratini.
Information in this section was contributed by Kizziegirl1991.

Use the following trick to get a level 40 Dratini. You must have the Super Rod and a few Ultra Balls. Go to the Dragon's Den in Blackthorn City and fish around for awhile. You will probably see a few level 40 Magikarps, but keep fishing. Eventually you will get a Dratini. Sometimes you can also get a Dragonair.
Information in this section was contributed by steveirwintribute77.

Dunsparce:
To get wild Dunsparce, find Anthony the hiker on Route 33. Battle him and get his phone number. He will call when the Dunsparce appear in the Dark Cave.
Information in this section was contributed by CanalRat411.

Eevee:
When you get Eevee from bill in Goldenrod City, catch a Ditto and give them to the day care couple at the same time. Go in back and check to make sure that they are interested in each other. Wait two days and then pick up an egg -- the man will be in the yard and you do not have to take Eevee or Ditto back. A couple of hours later, return for a second egg, and later again for a third. It takes two days to hatch them, and you can now get four evolutions. Breed another Eevee with another Ditto for the last evolution
Information in this section was contributed by Rasada62.

Entine:
The field before the Moo Moo Milk Farm has a Wild Entine. Catch it or it will not appear again until you go to fight it.
Information in this section was contributed by Andy Zacharek.

Entei:
Use a level 50 Golbat with Mean Look to catch Entei easier.
Information in this section was contributed by celttree.

Fly to Ecruteak City, then go to Route 38 at night. Search in any patch of grass for Entei.
Information in this section was contributed by Jagdeep Purba.

Buy a Max Repel at Blackthorn City, then go to Violet City. Go to the right, then go in the grass at Route 31. Use the Max Repel and search to find an Entei.
Information in this section was contributed by mimmabruno.

You can catch Entei at Lake Of Rage when you get all eight badges.
Information in this section was contributed by James Vian.

Espeon:
Level up your Eevee until it trusts you very well. Then, level it up in the day or morning to get Espeon. Note: Your Eevee will not automatically evolve as soon as it trusts you. It will most likely be above level 42 when it evolves, when it learns Take Down. To see how tame it is, go to Goldenrod by the gym. There is a lady in a house there who tells you how tame your Pokemon is. As long as she says, "I get the feeling it really trusts you," you are doing well.
Information in this section was contributed by ESPEONGIRL_13.

An easy way to get Espeon and Umbreon is to get an Eevee to lay an egg in the Daycare Center and hatch it. When the level 5 Eevee comes out of the egg, go to Goldenrod's Pokemart and buy ten of Calcium, Iron, Carbos, and Protein. Use all of them on the level 5 Eevee. Train the Eevee until it grows one level. If its day or morning it should evolve into Espeon. If it is night time it should be an Umbreon. Note: You should save before using the items on Eevee just in case it does not work, and restart the game. It also helps to take it to the Salon after using the items on it.
Information in this section was contributed by Davian Varas.

A easy way to get Espeon or Umbreon is to get an Eevee and save the game. Then, buy as many Hp-Ups, Carbos, and other similar items and give them to Eevee. Then, save the game again. Wait about a day (real life) and start playing again. Give him of her a hair cut. Do this constantly. After about seven to ten cuts, get him or her up a few levels.
Information in this section was contributed by Dennis Sumlin.

An easy way to get Espeon or Umbreon is to get the Evee from Bill's house after finding him in Ecruteak City. Put it in the Daycare Center and wait for the egg (walk approximately 10,000 steps), then wait until the egg hatches. Next, go to the Elite Four with a Pokemon team that is sure to win. Face all the members of the Elite Four, sending the Evee out first. Make sure it is the first member of your party. Then, return it and send out a very strong Pokemon. If you do this for every opponet's Pokemon, the Evee should be at about level 36, and trust you a lot. Then, depending on what time of day it is, the Evee should evolve into either Espeon or Umbreon.

Fearligatr:
Feraligatr learns Hyro Pump at level 58.
Information in this section was contributed by Junior05000.

Flareon:
Flareon learns Flamethrower at level 52.
Information in this section was contributed by Milan Lelas.

To obtain Flareon, you will need to go south of Goldenrod. You will battle a kid named School Boy Alan on Route 32. After the battle, you can register his phone number. After a few phone calls, he will pick up a Firestone. After you have the Firestone, go back in Goldenrod and talk to Bill, after you have met him in Ectureak City. He will give you a level 20 Evee. To have a stronger Evee, you can catch a Ditto and breed them in the Daycare. Hatch the egg for a stronger Flareon.
Information in this section was contributed by Neokid550.

Furret:
To make a very powerful Furret, save your money and go to the Goldenrod department store. They sell three Punch TMs, Fire Punch, Ice Punch, and Thunder Punch. Furret can learn all three and get an advantage on Ghost, Bird, Grass, Water, and Dragon type Pokemon.
Information in this section was contributed by Marvin Cox.

Gastly:
You can find a wild Gastly in the grass on routes 30 and 31.
Information in this section was contributed by Shamu200.

Gengar:
Teach a Gengar Thief and take it to the battle tower. Use it to steal the opponent's item.
Information in this section was contributed by Nonnie7771.

Golduck:
You can encounter Golduck surfing in Ilex forest, and along route 35.
Information in this section was contributed by jordan magnuson.

Grimer:
To find a Grimer in the water, go to Celadon City. Find the house that has a pond in the front. Then, Surf across the pond. Speak to the man in front of the house. Surf in the pond until find a Grimer.
Information in this section was contributed by apene.

Heracross:
Look in grassy areas and use Headbutt on bushes.
Information in this section was contributed by Ivoree0714.

Hitmontop:
If the Tyrogue that you got from the Karate Master in Mt. Mortar has already evolved, you will need a Ditto to get the Hitmontop. Take your evolved Tyrogue (Hitmonchan or Hitmonlee) to the Daycare Center and make sure they like each other. You will know this if you talk to them when they are in the backyard of the house. Have them lay an egg. After getting the egg and hatching it, train the baby Tyrogue to level 19, then save the game just in case it does not evolve to Hitmontop (and you can do it again). Check its Attack and Defense status. If one is higher than the other, go to the Department Store and buy the necessary Protein or Iron to make the lower one equal the higher one. Then, go back to training it. When it gets to level 20 and evolves, it should be a Hitmontop. Note: If this does not work, reset the game and repeat the procedure.
Information in this section was contributed by Davian.

Ho-oh:
To catch Ho-oh you must get the Rainbow Wing.
Information in this section was contributed by FleetCommand200 and Rasada62.

If you capture Ho-oh and want to use him in the Battle Tower, he will only be able to fight against level 70 Pokemon because of his high status.
Information in this section was contributed by Ecuadorian12.

Catch Suicune, Raikou and Entei. Then, go back to the place when you caught Suicune. Talk with all the people that are there. One of them will give you the Rainbow Wing. When you have it, a ladder will appear. Go down to enter a labyrinth. Find the correct way through the labyrinth. Ho-oh can be found at the end.
Information in this section was contributed by Elisabeth.

Hoothoot:
You can catch Hoothoot in the early parts of the game. To level him up, take Hoothoot to the Sprout Tower in Violet City where the Bird Gym is located. Most of the trainers have Bell Sprouts, which cannot do much damage to Hoothoot. However, beware of Ghost Pokemon. Have a Poliwag slightly leveled up to battle, and watch for the Hypnosis move. At this stage, only Poliwag's Bubble move is going to do much damage to a Ghost Pokemon. Note: One daytime Pokemon, Butterfree, has the power to defeat both Bellsprouts and Ghosts in Sprout Tower.
Information in this section was contributed by Marvin Cox.

Houndoom:
To get a very powerful Houndoom, defeat the Elite Four. At night, catch a Houndour on Route 7 and give it a Exp. Share. Battle the Elite Four until it reaches level 35 then let it evolve. Have it learn Crunch, Faint Attack, Bite, and Flame Thrower.
Information in this section was contributed by Coye Still.

Houndour:
At night (6 p.m. to 4 a.m.), go in the patch of grass between Saffron and Celedon City in Kanto. Search there and you will find a Houndour.
Information in this section was contributed by chrisie dickens.

Kadabra:
Kadabra will learn Confusion (at level 16), Disable (at level 18), Psybeam (at level 21), Recover (at level 26), Psychic (at level 38), and Reflect (at level 45).
Information in this section was contributed by Junior05000.

When Abra evolves into Kadabra, it is level16. It should have two attacks, Telelport and Confusion.
Information in this section was contributed by Junior05000.

Kingler:
You can find Kingler and Starmie in the pond at the Daycare Centre south of Goldenrod.
Information in this section was contributed by hurricane.

Lapras:
Every Friday at Union Cave there is a wild Lapras in a secret place. Get at least 20 Heavy Balls and a Pokemon at level 25 that knows Surf and Fury Swipes. When you get into Union Cave, go near the end of the cave. Instead of going to the exit near Azalea Town, go to the other side on the left. Instead of going to battle the man to the north, go south. You should see a pond. Surf down the pond, and there should be a staircase. Use it. After you go down the staircase, there is an other pond. Go near the pond and Surf across. There is an other staircase. Use it. Next, go south and Surf all the way down. When you reach the bottom, go left and get on the land. Go all the way down, then save the game. To catch Lapras, look on the right side of the land that you are on. Use Surf on the pond you just saw and look for Lapras. Battle Lapras and bring her down to the red zone by attacking her with the level 25 Pokemon. Then, catch her with a Heavy Ball. If you kill her, turn off the game and resume from the saved location.
Information in this section was contributed by Mastermaletta.

Larvitar:
During the morning or the day, you can catch Larvitar. It takes quite awhile find it, but is worth it when Larvitar evolves into Tyranitar.
Information in this section was contributed by MimisPets.

Ledian:
Use the following trick to get a very strong Ledian. When you reach Goldenrod City, make sure you have a Pokemon that really trusts you, perhaps your starter if you have used it since you obtained it. Take it to the woman on Sundays that gives you Frustration or Return, depending on how much your Pokemon trusts you. You want to get Return. Go to the grassy area directly above Cherrygrove City on the way to Violet City. Find a level 2 Ledyba, preferably male, with good starting stats. Catch it (using a Scyther with False Swipe is recommended) and teach it Return immediately. If you can, buy an Ice Punch and Thunderpunch and also teach it those. Give it as many Proteins, Irons, Carbos, Calciums, HP Ups as it will take. Groom it frequently, then start raising it, starting at New Bark Town. After it evolves into Ledian, teach it Hyper Beam. Raise it to level 100 to be safe. If done correctly, you should be able to clean out the Elite Four easily with just this single Pokemon, as Return will usually be a one hit K.O. A good Fire and Fighting Pokemon is recommended, just in case. Flareon with Bite, Fire Blast, Flamethrower, and Quick Attack, and Machoke with Seismic Toss, Dynamic Punch, Karate Chop, and Cross Chop are recommended.
Information in this section was contributed by DeJa Johnson.

Legendary Birds:
You have to transfer Articuno, Zapdos, and Moltres from Pokemon Red, Blue, or Yellow to get them.
Information in this section was contributed by Shamu200.

Legendary Dogs:
The Legendary Dogs are Raikou, Entei, and Suicune. You will find Entei and Raikou after you have scared them away from the Burned Tower, but you will have to do more to find Suicune. Suicune can be caught at the Tin Tower in Ecrukteak City after you have received the Clear Bell from the Station Manager, have defeated the Ecrukteak City Gym Leader, scared away Raikou, Entei, and Suicune, and have defeated the Wise Trio. Only when the those tasks have been completed, will you be able to fight Suicune.
Information in this section was contributed by Shamu200.

Find Suicune (Suikun) in three different places (right out of National Park, below the bush by Mount Mortar, and up in Cianwood). Then, go to Tin Tower, and Suicune will appear to fight you.
Information in this section was contributed by Lars Housholder.

To capture Suicune, make sure you have the Ekruteak Gym Badge, Clear Bell, and 20 Fast Balls. Then, go to Tin Tower and enter the battle. First, send out a level 40 Red Gyrados and use Dragon Rage two times. Then, switch it with a level 39 Typhlosion and use Cut two to three times. After that, keep using Fast Balls. If you put him to sleep one time, you should have seven Fast Balls remaining if you catch him. Note: Save before you go inside in case you lose or make Suicune faint.
Information in this section was contributed by Kim Stallings.

You can catch Suicine by getting a Master Ball and going to Eckruteak City. Go to the tower and three people will battle you. Defeat them, go to the tower, and Suicine will battle you. Use the Master Ball to capture it.
Information in this section was contributed by george mathew.

The three Legendary Dogs have a special song when they appear. That same song is used when your find Raikou or Entei, which is a trick for capturing Ho-oh.
Information in this section was contributed by Ecuadorian12.

To capture Raikou, Entei, and Suicune easily, first catch a Scyther from the Bug Catching contests on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays. Raise the Scyther to level 40 and make sure it knows False Swipe. False Swipe will always leave one HP on your opponent. Make sure it has high speed (use as many Carbos as possible) to be able to get a first hit. Also use Quick Claw. When you have one of the dogs in your area, use Max Repel to keep unnecessary Pokemon away. When you see your opponent, use False Swipe. They will get away but you do not have to worry about them fainting and lose your shot. After their health is low, raise a Poliwhirl to level 40 with Hypnosis. Try a Politoed if possible. Boost its speed up with Carbos and go on the hunt. When you see your opponent, make sure Poliwhirl is at the top of the line and has Quick Claw. Use Hypnosis and try your luck. If it falls asleep, try an Ultra, Great, and Fast ball. If unsuccessful, try again. If they wake up, try Hypnosis again. Also consider having Scyther on your line for False Swipe.
Information in this section was contributed by Lillutzy8719.

Use the following trick to find Entei or Raikou easier. After you battle Suicune, Fly to Mahogany and go to the grass field east of the town. Use any type of Repel to find Entei, then go to the area east of Ecruteak City and use a Repel to probably encounter Raikou. When you hear the music from the battle with Suicune, you will know that you have found one of the other two Legendary Dogs. After you see them for the first time, look in your Pokedex to track their movement through Johto.
Information in this section was contributed by Jeremy Ernst.

Buy some Max Repels and use one. Then, use Sweet Scent if you still have it. About 50% of the time, a Legendary Dog will appear.
Information in this section was contributed by VJGREYMONN.

Entei, Suicune, and Raikou are found randomly in a location after you free them in Ecruteak. From then on, they will move to any area near them every time you change an area.
Information in this section was contributed by ansem.

If you have already seen Entei and Raikou once, open your Pokedex and find their entry. They should be near the bottom, in new and old modes. Open the entry and choose the option area. This will show you where Entei and Raikou are located. However, they will move every time the Route changes or you enter or leave a city, building, or cave.

The easiest way to catch Suicune is to get a strong Hoothoot or Noctowl that knows Hypnosis. Use Hypnosis. Then switch to your strongest Pokemon. Get Suicune down to very low HP. Keep throwing Ultra and Great Balls. Note: You may want to save the game before you battle Suicune, or any other unique Pokemon. If you kill it, you can turn off the game, then turn it back on to try again.
Information in this section was contributed by Pokemonmasterbestest.

If you have a Master Ball, clone it. If you do not, get lots of Ultra Balls, Fast Balls, Friend Balls, etc. The best Pokemon to do this are a level 45 Haunter that knows Mean Look and Hypnosis and a level 40 Tangela that knows Sweet Scent. Once you are in the same area as Entei or Raikou, use Sweet Scent. Over half of the time you will get them. When you are in battle, make sure Haunter is first in your party. First use Mean Look so that they cannot run, but watch out for Roar. Then, use Hypnosis and get their health very low. Throw some balls until you catch them.
Information in this section was contributed by Gohan.

Lugia:
Go to the cave nearest to the city with the light house, or just follow the wall on the right-hand side while in the water. You will encounter two trainers and then a whirlpool. Use the whirlpool to get into the cave. Once inside, you will see a small walkway with jump-able bushes on one side. Jump over then go up and right. Go down the ladder. You will be on an island with an item nearby. Get the item and SURF down. Once down the waterfall, you will see an entrance in the cliff and a ladder. Go into the entrance. Then, Surf up to find Lugia, Use the ladder to exit the cave. Note: Lugia are at level 60 and are very hard to catch with any Pokeballs other than the Master Ball.
Information in this section was contributed by Gameboirex.

Use Hypnosis at the beginning of the battle with a Poliwhirl or Politoed. Make sure you have a Scyther or Scizzor that is at least level 60 and use False Swipe. Bring at least 50 Ultra Balls. Save the game before you battle, in case you Lugia faints.
Information in this section was contributed by raymond lopez.

Find Lugia in the top right whirpool island. Move directly next to it and save the game. Make sure you have at least 25 of each Pokeball, Ultra Ball, and Great Ball. Weaken Lugia with a Thunder type attack (Thunderpunch or Thunderbolt) or Aurora Beam. Teach your Gyarados Zap Cannon, the attack you get in Kanto after you find the machine part for the generator. This attack will paralyze Lugia. Send out a strong Pokemon that does not have much effect on Lugia and keep it standing until all of Lugias recovers run out and the occasional Pokeballs. Next, use all your balls.
Information in this section was contributed by RCGNA.

Magmar:
Magmars can usually be found inside of Mt. Silver's Cave in the morning or day.
Information in this section was contributed by Terance Ashford.

Marill:
There are Marill at Mount Mortar. You will need a Super Rod to catch one.
Information in this section was contributed by CanalRat411.

Meowth:
Meowth learns Pay Day at level 20.
Information in this section was contributed by Junior05000.

Misdreavus:
Go to mt. Mortar at night. Go to the room that is two away from where Red (Ash) is located. Walk around and fight every Pokemon you see and Misdreavus (level 45) will appear.
Information in this section was contributed by Scaneus.

Mew and Celebi:
You cannot catch Mew or Celebi on any of the Pokemon games. You have to get them from Nintendo in one of their contests or tours.
Information in this section was contributed by FleetCommand200.

Misdreavus:
Go to Mt. Silver at night. Go to the room before the room where Red (Ash) is located. Walk around and fight every Pokemon you see and Misdreavus (level 45) will appear.
Information in this section was contributed by aboos.

Mr. Mime: Female:
Surf down from Pallet Town and go into the grass. You should find female Mr. Mines there.
Information in this section was contributed by troy worrell.

Persian:
Go to the little patch of grass outside of Celadon City. Note: Go out the door closest to the Pokemon Center.
Information in this section was contributed by Boyfighter901.

Phanpy:
Go directly south of Blackthorn and search in that location.
Information in this section was contributed by The Ultimate Pokefan.

Travel towards Cherrygrove. A gate will be near the town. Go there between the hours of 4:00 a.m. to 9:59 a.m. to catch Phanpy. It is best to use a Hoothoot's Hypnosis attack so it does not run away.
Information in this section was contributed by Bracewell99.

Pikachu:
Go to the grassy area just before you enter Viridian City. Pikachus are usually in the top row of the grass at about 10:00 am.
Information in this section was contributed by Silvermoon16wolf.

You can get a Pikachu in Kanto at Celadon City's Game Corner.
Information in this section was contributed by devin.

Pineco:
Go to Ilex Forest at night. Headbutt a tree just next to a trainer Pineco should appear.
Information in this section was contributed by Kylekid929.

Get Headbutt, then go to either New Bark Town exit the National Park. One tree behind the plant the contains Ice Heal; Pineco should be there. Note: you can also find Eggsacute.
Information in this section was contributed by Fightingleaf.

Go to the Ilex Forest and headbutt every tree. A level 10 Pineco will eventually fall from the tree. Be careful -- it is awake and will use Explosion on its first move.
Information in this section was contributed by Pepperrunco.

Pinser:
You can catch either Scyther or Pinser at National Park on a Tuesday, Thursday, or Saturday. You can only keep one of them because it is a contest.
Information in this section was contributed by Rasada62.

Pinser always wins the Bug Catching contest.
Information in this section was contributed by James Vian.

Poliwag:
You can find a wild Poliwag in the grass on Routes 30 and 31.
Information in this section was contributed by Shamu200.

Porygon:
Save 9999 game coins, then go to the Celadon Game Corner. Go to the place where you redeem the prizes. Go to the one where you get the Pokemon. Make sure you have a spare space. If you cannot get to 9999, spend money on the gambling machines.
Information in this section was contributed by Nick.

Psyduck:
You can find a wild Psyduck on Routes 34 and 35 and in the ILex Forest.
Information in this section was contributed by Shamu200.

Psyduck learns Confusion at level 16
Information in this section was contributed by Junior05000.

Raikou:
Use a level 50 Golbat with Mean Look to catch Raikou easier.
Information in this section was contributed by celttree.

First, capture a Scyther in the Bug Catching Contest or trade for a Scicor with a friend if possible. Then, go to Route 31 and use Max Repel. Look in the grass where you released the Max Repel and a Raikou should appear. If not, keep using Max Repel.
Information in this section was contributed by Wadegll.

You can find a Raikou at Route 35 where Arnie bug catcher is located, if you have a Scyther and all sixteen Badges.
Information in this section was contributed by devin.

Scyther:
You can catch either Scyther or Pinser at National Park on a Tuesday, Thursday, or Saturday. You can only keep one of them because it is a contest.
Information in this section was contributed by Rasada62.

Scyther learns False Wipe at level 18.
Information in this section was contributed by Junior05000.

Sentret:
To make a very powerful Sentret, save your money and go to the Goldenrod department store. They sell three Punch TMs, Fire Punch, Ice Punch, and Thunder Punch. Sentret can learn all three and get an advantage on Ghost, Bird, Grass, Water, and Dragon type Pokemon.
Information in this section was contributed by Marvin Cox.

Shuckle:
You can find Shuckle by doing one of two things. First, you can use Rock Smash on one of the rocks to the south of the Pokemon Battle Tower. Second, you can get one free from the kid in Cianwood City who had his other Pokemon stolen by your Rival.
Information in this section was contributed by Shamu200.

Skarmory:
Go directly south of Blackthorn and search in that location.
Information in this section was contributed by The Ultimate Pokefan.

Smeargle:
Get all 16 Badges and all Onown Pokemon. Teach your Pokemon Surf and go to Azalea town, Union cave and go down to the ladder. Go farther north, then exit. If you see a tall grass you may find a Smeargle.
Information in this section was contributed by SilveradoT457.

Sneasel:
You can encounter Sneasel by the end of Ice Cave, although they are very difficult to find.
Information in this section was contributed by Magnet.

Snorlax:
Gind the generator piece in Cerulean City. Then, go over to the Power Plant through the Rock Tunnel. Give it to the man at the generator. Then, Fly to the Lavender Town Radio Tower and the President will give you the EXPN Card. This allows you to listen to the radio in Kanto. Next, go over to Snorlax in Vermillion City. Put on your radio and tune it to the Pokeflute channel. Snorlax will wake up and attack you. You only get one chance to defeating it. Save the game before starting the battle.
Information in this section was contributed by CoolerSaiyan.

Squirtle:
Squirtle evolves at level 19 or 20 (transferred from Pokemon Red, Blue, or Yellow).
Information in this section was contributed by Chad Mathews.

Starmie:
You can find Kingler and Starmie in the pond at the Daycare Centre south of Goldenrod.
Information in this section was contributed by hurricane.

Sudowood:
When you go to capture Sudowood (the "tree" blocking the way between Violet and Goldenrod cities) make sure to have a Pokemon that knows Hypnosis and a level 28 Fearow. Have the first Pokemon cast Hypnosis, then use Fearow to slowly lower Sudowood's HP . Sudowood is a rock type, and Fearow is weak against him. This will help avoid a K.O. as there is only one Sudowood in the game in the wild. Save the game before you start the battle, just in case.
Information in this section was contributed by Marvin Cox.

Use the following trick to get more then one Sudowood. Capture the Sudowood blocking the way to the ruins. Then, catch a male Graveler and put them both in the Day Care. The next day, go to the Day Care and make sure the old man is in the back of the house. Approach him and he will give you an egg. After a few minutes, go back to get another egg.
Information in this section was contributed by TOMAI.

Use Hypnosis at the start of the battle with a Poliwhirl or Politoed and keep using Quick attack. Make sure you have a Scyther that was raised to level 20 or higher and use False Swipe. Bring at least fifteen Great Balls.
Information in this section was contributed by raymond lopez.

Suicune:
Get 20 or more Great Balls and go to Tin Tower. Save the game in front of the stairs then go inside and battle Suicune. Make sure you have a Pokemon that knows an Ice type move so you can freeze him. You can now take all the time needed to throw Great Balls at him. If you run out of Great Balls, turn off your Game Boy Color and repeat the steps. Catching Suicune may take some time.
Information in this section was contributed by purt40.

Use Hypnosis at the start of the battle with a Poliwhirl or Politoed. Then, switch to a level 40 or higher Scyther or Scizzor. As soon as you send it out, use False Swipe. Make sure you have a lot of Fast and Ultra Balls. If Suicune wakes up, use Hypnosis again. Also, save your game before you enter Tin Tower.
Information in this section was contributed by raymond lopez.

This trick requires an Electrode at about level 25 that knows Screech and SelfDestruct. One can be caught in Mahogany Town, during the Lake Of Rage crisis. This is the point where you and Lance are working together to shut down Team Rocket. Go to a Pokemart and buy Ultra and Pokeballs. Send it out first. Use Screech three times, followed by a SelfDestruct. Then, send out a level 33 Kadabra and use Confusion. Psybeam is a bit too powerful. Let Suicine kill Kadabra, by any means necessary. Do not hurt Suicine in the process at all. Send out a level 33 Ariados and use Constrict. Watch closely and determine exactly how much damage you are doing. It will take off very little, but do not let Ariados die. Switch to a level 30 to 33 Swinub. Use Powder Snow on Suicine until he has very little life, or until he uses Bubblebeam, in which Swinub is dead. When Swinub dies, switch to a Pokemon, such as Poliwhirl, with Hypnosis or Sleep Powder. Use Hypnosis until Suicine falls asleep. Use your Ultraballs first. Then, use your Pokeballs.
Information in this section was contributed by Dan Kolleth.

This trick requires the Ecruteak Gym badge. Go to Tin Tower and you will see Ente, Raikou, and Suicune. Ente and Raikou will run away, but you will battle Suicune. In order to catch it, you must get its power bar down to the halfway point or less (not fainted), then catch it with a Master Ball.
Information in this section was contributed by Mishala Buchanon.

Typhlosion:
Typhlosion is a very powerful Pokemon. It can take Ground, Rock, and Water Pokemon down easily. Teach it Flamewheel, Mud-Slap, Solarbeam, and Sunnyday. If facing a Water type, use Sunnyday, then Solarbeam. If facing a Rock/Ground type, use Sunnyday, then Solarbeam. If facing a Rock/any other type, use Mud-Slap. If using Water/Ground type, use Sunnyday, then Solarbeam. If facing a Grass type, use Sunnyday, then Flamewheel.
Information in this section was contributed by PokeMaster2002.

For an almost unbeatable Typhlosion, get it to level75 and have it learn Thunder Punch, Flamethrower, Earthquake, and Strength. Use Thunder Punch on Water, Flying, and Dragon types; Flamethrower on Grass, Bug, Ice, Steel and Normal types; Earthquake on all Ground, Fire, Poison, Rock and Ghost types; and Strength on all other types.
Information in this section was contributed by Desertthunder300.

Umbreon:
Level up your Eevee until it trusts you very well. Then, level it up at night to get Umbreon. Note: Your Eevee will not automatically evolve as soon as it trusts you. It will most likely be above level 42 when it evolves, when it learns Take Down. To see how tame it is, go to Goldenrod by the gym. There is a lady in a house there who tells you how tame your Pokemon is. As long as she says, "I get the feeling it really trusts you," you are doing well.
Information in this section was contributed by ESPEONGIRL_13.

An easy way to get Espeon and Umbreon is to get an Eevee to lay an egg in the Daycare Center and hatch it. When the level 5 Eevee comes out of the egg, go to Goldenrod's Pokemart and buy ten of Calcium, Iron, Carbos, and Protein. Use all of them on the level 5 Eevee. Train the Eevee until it grows one level. If its day or morning it should evolve into Espeon. If it is night time it should be an Umbreon. Note: You should save before using the items on Eevee just in case it does not work, and restart the game. It also helps to take it to the Salon after using the items on it.
Information in this section was contributed by Davian Varas.

Max out your Evee's happiness with Vitamins. You can tell this by going to the happiness rater in Goldenrod City. Then, gain a level at night.
Information in this section was contributed by MISSBOSTONAVA.

Unowns:
In the back of each puzzle room in the Ruins of Alph is a word formed by Unowns. They require you to do things in order to get into a back room. In one place, you must equip a Water Stone. In another, you must put Ho-Oh first in your lineup. In another you must use an Escape Rope. In another you must use Flash. Once in the back room, pick up the items and fall down the hole to find a room with a message about Annon/Unown. Fall down the hole there to return to the Unown shrine.
Information in this section was contributed by Lars Housholder.

To catch an Unown easily, first catch a Ditto and train it to level 27. Go to the Ruins Of Alph, and have Ditto transform into the Unown you want to catch. Use Hidden Power once. This should bring the enemy Unown into the orange zone and make it easy to catch with the Pokeball. Note: This works about 99% of the time. For the other 1%, the enemy Unown is KOed.
Information in this section was contributed by Chris Iverson.

To catch an Unown easily, catch a Scyther at the National Park Bug-Catching Contest. Train it to level 18, when it learns False Swipe. Then, go to the Ruins Of Alph and get into battle with an Unown you do not have. Send out Scyther and use False Swipe. Catch the enemy Unown with the Pokeball. Note: This works best if the enemy Unown is Paralyzed, Asleep, etc.
Information in this section was contributed by cj_no_one and kirbythebubble26.

The following a list of the 26 Unowns found in the Ancient Ruins, near Violet City.
Information in this section was contributed by Joshua Weinstein.

Angry
Bear
Chase
Direct
Engage
Find
Give
Help
Increase
Join
Keep
Laugh
Make
Nuzzle
Observe
Perform
Quicken
Reassure
Search
Tell
Undo
Vanish
Want
Xxxxx
Yield
Zoom

Vaporeon:
Once you get Eevee from Bill in Goldenrod City, go to Mahogany town. To the west of Mahogany Town, you will find a man named Tully Fisher. After battling him, register his phone number. Eventually, he will call you and give you a Water Stone. Give it to your Eevee and it will evolve into a Vaporeon.
Information in this section was contributed by Mdzplus2.

Wartortle:
Wartortle evolves at level 36.
Information in this section was contributed by Chad Mathews.

Wobbuffet:
You can find Wobbuffet in the Dark Cave at night, or buy him from the Goldenrod Game Corner for 1,500 Coins.
Information in this section was contributed by PDTCruiser.

Yanma:
To get wild Yanma, find Arnie the bug catcher on Route 35 and battle him . Get his phone number and he will call when wild Yanma appear.
Information in this section was contributed by CanalRat411.

Celebi (Japanese version):
Note: This trick requires the mobile adapter for your cell phone which is available only in Japan. Go to the Communication Center (Pokemon Center) in Goldenrod City, and read the message on the lockers to the right of the room. They will talk about a present from the future. Leave and the blue-haired nurse will ask you to defeat all sixteen gyms in order to obtain the GS Ball. Once you have done so, give the GS Ball to Kurt. The next day, he will give it back. Put it in the shrine in the Ilex forest and a level 30 Serebii (Celebi) will attack you.
Information in this section was contributed by Lars Housholder.

Shiny Pokemon:
According to the official guide, it is possible to get all Pokemon in the game in an alternate color. However, the chances of seeing an alternate color Pokemon is so low you may have to play for hundreds of hours to see any, except for the red Gyarados at the Lake Of Rage. The alternate color Pokemon do not have better stats. Any difference in the stats is due to the trainer, and not the color.
Information in this section was contributed by Marvin Cox.

All three starter Pokemon:
This trick requires Pokemon Gold or Silver to do this. First, start a new game on Pokemon Gold or Silver. Then, choose any starter (Cyndaquil, Tododile, or Chikorita). Go to the first Pokemon Center that you can find, then trade one of the starter Pokemon for another. You can repeat this as many times as desired.
Information in this section was contributed by Miles Walcott Jr.

Breeding partners:
Information in this section was contributed by Krartman101.

Magby: Two Magmars
Pichu: Two Pikachus
Igglybuff: Two Jigglypuffs
Ceffa: Two Clefairies
Tyrongue: Hitmonchan or Hitmonlee with a Ditto
Shiny Magikarp: Gyrados with a Shiny Gyrados

Steps required for breeding:
When you leave Pokemon at the Day Care Center and are trying to get them to breed, it does not take a set amount of time. Instead, the game requires a certain amount of steps. Getting the Pokemon to lay an egg requires a couple hundred steps. It varies on how long it takes the egg to hatch.
Information in this section was contributed by mitchol.

1000 Steps: Magikarp
2500 Steps: Cleffa, Igglypuff, Pichu, Togepi
4000 Steps: Caterpie, Geodude, Hoothoot, Ledyba, Pidgey, Rattata, Sentret, Spearow, Spinarak, Weedle, Zubat
6500 Steps: Elekid, Heracross, Magby, Mantine, Misdreavous, Mr. Mime, Onix, Pinsir, Scyther, Skarmory, Smoochum, Tyrogue
7500 Steps: Kabuto, Omanyte
9000 Steps: Eevee, Aerodactyl
10000 Steps: Chansey, Dratini, Lapras, Larvitar, Snorlax
All others take about 5000 steps.
Information in this section was contributed by Zach Vrchota.

Breeding tips:
Tameness is a large factor. The longer you keep a Pokemon in a box, the harder and less chance it has of producing an egg. If it is injured and you do not heal it, the Pokemon will get upset and often fail to produce eggs. If Pokemon have the same miniature icons (select the Pokemon option on your menu), they will prefer each other more than other Pokemon. Finally, do not breed family members with each other. For example, if you breed an Eevee with a Ditto, that Eevee will not breed with the new Eevee. They will refuse to breed and get upset.
Information in this section was contributed by Zach Vrchota.

Go to Goldenrod City then go down to the Day Care Center. Give the old man or woman a Ditto and any Pokemon of your choice, other than a Legendary Pokemon (Raikou, Entei, Suicune, Lugia, or Ho-Oh). When the old man or woman is in the back of the house he or she will give you a level 5 Pokemon. For example, if you gave them a Magneton that you got in a trade it will be Magnemite at level 5.
Information in this section was contributed by Bobby Vadhanapanich.

Quick restore:
When far away from a Pokemon Center, go to a location with a PC. Deposit the weak Pokemon, then withdraw it.
Information in this section was contributed by Ceedaddysharp.

Increasing happiness:
Buy 30 each of Carbos, Protein, Iron, and Calcium. Give as many of the Carbos, Protein, Iron, and Calcium to your Pokemon as possible. Then, take your Pokemon to the groomers and have it groomed twice. Then, take it to the Happiness rater to see how much it likes you. After that, raise it up a level and it should evolve. This is best used with Togepi to Togetic, Eevee to Espeon, Eevee to Umbreon, and Chansey to Blissey.
Information in this section was contributed by sean doug.

Happiness evolution:
In order to get the Pokemon that evolve with happiness, such as Eevee into Unbreon or Espeon, you need to raise their happiness level to a certain number. Using an emulator, the number you need to get to is approximately 225 points. Once your Pokemon has reached 225 points, it will evolve after it gains a level. Using the following guide, you can calculate the approximate happiness stat of your Pokemon. When you catch/receive a Pokemon the starting happiness stat is as below:

When Pokemon is captured by a Friend Ball: 200 points
When Pokemon is captured by any other ball : 70 points
When Pokemon is given/traded/received as a gift: 70 points

Note that if you have a Pokemon whose happiness is 200 and you trade it, the happiness level becomes 70. The following are things that increase happiness levels and how much they increase it by:

For every 520 steps you take with the Pokemon in your party: +1 point
For every status increasing item used on the Pokemon (like Carbos, HP UP): +2 points
For every level gained by the Pokemon: either +3 or +5 points
For every time Blue's sister grooms the Pokemon: +3 points

The Hair Cut Brothers, located in the Goldenrod Underground, can also increase your Pokemon's happiness stat. How much it increases depends on the saying you get after the grooming is finished. Here is a list of how much the happiness status is increased by each brother.

For The Older Brother ($500)
If it says "looks a little happier": +1 point
If it says "looks happy": +3 points
If it says "looks delighted": +5 points
For The Younger Brother ($300)
If it says "look a little happier": +1 point
If it says "looks happy": +3 points
If it says "looks delighted": +10 points

The happiness stat can also be decreased. The following things decrease the happiness stat.

If the Pokemon faints: -1 point
If Heal Powder is used on the Pokemon: -5 points
If Energy Powder is used on the Pokemon: -5 points
If Energy Root is used on the Pokemon: -10 points
If Revival Herb is used on the Pokemon: -10 points

Also, the following do not affect the happiness stat of a Pokemon either way:

If the Pokemon is holding items
If the Pokemon wins any battle
If the Pokemon HP falls to critical<red> (not fainting)
If the Pokemon is put in the PC
If the Pokemon is poisoned, stunned, confused, burned, frozen, or asleep

Information in this section was contributed by Aishitara Pegasus.

Evolve by trading:
Machoke, Kadabra, Haunter, and Graveler will evolve by trading via a game link cable.
Information in this section was contributed by CanalRat411.

Easy day change:
To change the day easily, go to the Pokegear and go to the map. Go back and you will see that the day has changed. This is an easy way to get lots of berries, the balls from Kurt quickly, or enter at the Bug Catching Contest when desired.
Information in this section was contributed by Ricardo Leitinho.

Celadon City: Lucky slot machine::
In the Celadon City Game Corner in Pokemon Red, Blue, and Yellow, the slot machine below the fisherman was out of order. If you walked down three from that machine (or the bottom slot machine), there would have been a lucky one. The broken machine has been repaired, but the lucky machine is still there. Use it for a better chance to get three 7s lined up.
Information in this section was contributed by Whitney.

Cerulean City Cape: Bills Grandpa:
In Cerulean City Cape, there is a little house. Go inside and he will say that his son mentioned something about a Pokemon with a long tongue, which is Lickitung. Bring one to him and he gives you an Everstone to look at. Next, he tells you of another Pokemon. When you bring that to him, he gives you a Leaf Stone. Soon you will have the Leaf, Thunder, Hard, and Fire Stones.
Information in this section was contributed by CoolerSaiyan.

Cherrygrove City: Easy Pokemon catching at start of game:
After you get your Pokemon from Professor Elm, go to Cherrygrove City and heal your Pokemon. Go to Mr. Pokemon's house. As you are traveling to his house, try to run from every battle you can and do the same thing on the way back as well. After you get Pokeballs, you can catch Pokemon more easily without worrying about killing them first.
Information in this section was contributed by Marge546.

Cherrygrove City: Experience Share:
After you get the Red Scale from the red Gyarados you defeated or captured, Fly to Cherrygrove City. Go up into Route 30 and stay on the right side of the screen. You will see Mr. Pokemon's house. There is a berry slightly to the left. Take it and go inside. He will ask you to trade your Red Scale for his Exp. Share. Answer "Yes" and walk outside, anywhere. Attach Exp. Share to the Pokemon you want to train. It will get double experience. Note: If your Pokemon has the Pokerus infection, it will get four times the experience.
Information in this section was contributed by RSDskate.

Cianwood City: Information for evolving by tameness:
When you talk to the Night Trainer on Route 39, she tells you that because she caught her Meowth there, she can level it up easier and it becomes more tame. This is also true for your Pokemon. Visit the Pokemon Seer in Cianwood and she will tell you when and where you caught your Pokemon . Go there at that time and fight Pokemon. Your Pokemon will level up quicker, and if it evolves by tameness it will evolve quicker.
Information in this section was contributed by Marvin Cox.

Cianwood City: Fly HM02:
To get this HM, go to the Cianwood City Pharmacy sign (but do not go in). Then, go all the way to the left until you reach the side of a cave. Go up a short distance and you should see a woman. Talk to her, and she will give you the Fly HM.

Goldenrod City: Move Tutor:
Every Wednesday and Saturday after you defeat the Elite Four, a person will appear in front of the Goldenrod City Game Corner. If you have 4,000 coins to pay, then he will teach one of your Pokemon one of three moves: Ice Beam, Thunderbolt, or Flamethrower.
Information in this section was contributed by FleetCommand200.

There is a man outside Game Corner in Goldenrod City on Wednesdays and Saturdays. He will teach a Pokemon Ice Beam, Thunderbolt or Flamethrower. This will cost 4,000 game coins. However, there is a way to get a move for free. First, choose the move you want before you go to get it. Next, have the Pokemon in your party you want to learn the move. Also, have another one that is able to learn it but has not. Talk to him. Have your Pokemon learn the move and press B. Continue pressing B until the end of the dialogue. You should still have your 4,000 coins, and your Pokemon has learned the move. Note: The man only appears after having defeated the Elite Four. Also, this may only work if the Pokemon learning the move has an open space in their move inventory. You can forget moves with the move deleter in Lavender City.
Information in this section was contributed by Shane.

Goldenrod City: Free TM:
Go to the fifth floor of the Department Mart. A girl gives you any TM by the counter every Sunday. A girl will give you better a TM at 11:30 p.m..
Information in this section was contributed by Miguel1245.

On Saturday nights, a man will be standing in front of the Game Corner. For 5,000 Game Corner Coins, he will teach any one of your Pokemon a TM move.
Information in this section was contributed by ShawnWilken Wilken.

Goldenrod City: Items:
Turn the radio to 10.5 (one notch right of 10) and read the password given. Go to the Goldenrod radio station at any time. Go up one floor to find a broadcasting booth. Talk to the woman closer to you and tell her the password, then talk to the woman below her. She will give you a blue card and a point. When you have more points, talk to the second woman again to get a prize such the Ultra ball or HP Up.
Information in this section was contributed by Joncurtis199.

The Underground path in Goldenrod City contains a few hidden items. Use the Item Finder to locate them.
Information in this section was contributed by Growla Girl.

At Goldenrod radio tower, play the lucky number game. If you get all five numbers you will win another Master Ball. The odds of this are extremely low.
Information in this section was contributed by kittie_601.

Note: The more Pokemon you trade, the more ID numbers you get, which gives better chances at winning the lucky numbers game.
Information in this section was contributed by CanalRat411.

Tune into your radio after 6:00. Listen to all the shows until you find one that is saying Pokemon or items. Remember the code and go to the radio tower. Find a girl with blue hair. Tell her the code and she will give you a point. There is another girl in the room. If you collect enough points, you can buy a Rare Candy from her. Do this throughout the game.
Information in this section was contributed by donkeydude64.

Goldenrod City: Pokedoll crane game:
Go to the floor six of department store. Go up the staircase to reach the roof. Over to your left is a fat man. Next to him is the Pokedoll crane game.
Information in this section was contributed by Fury1964.

Goldenrod City: Odd Egg:
When you visit the Daycare Center below Goldenrod City for the first time, the man will give you an Odd Egg. It takes up a Pokemon slot just like a real egg. It canhatch into one of seven Pokemon: Tyrogue, Igglybuff, Pichu, Cleffa, Magby, Elekid, or Smoochum. Whatever the Pokemon is, it will have Dizzy Punch. There are only two ways it can go in terms of stats. It will either be shiny with bad Attack, or it will be 0000 for DVs. This means that even if the Pokemon have their personal best, you will be 30 points off maximum. Also, you have got about a 14% chance of scoring a shiny. To ensure that the Pokemon will go the way you want, save before you get the Egg then do not save again until it hatches. When it does, check the Pokemon. If it is shiny, and is the baby you want, keep it.
Information in this section was contributed by sschs1978.

At the Day Care in Goldenrod City, the old man gives you a mysterious egg. It usually hatches into a shiny Pokemon.

Goldenrod City: Trade for Machop:
Go to the Pokemart and find Mike on the fifth floor. He wants to trade an Abra for a Machop.
Information in this section was contributed by CanalRat411.

Goldenrod City: See your house:
Go to the roof of the Pokemart and look in the binoculars at the top right. You will say "These binoculars let me see far away. Maybe I can see my own house. Is it the one with the green house?"
Information in this section was contributed by enterprise.

Ice caves:
The Ice Caves or Ice Path is located between Mahogany Town and Blackthorn City.
Information in this section was contributed by SAIYANCARNE.

Lake Of Rage: Rare Candy:
There is a Rare Candy hidden under where Wesley Blackbelt on Wednesday stands. He is located beside the hidden house on left side. Use the Item Finder.
Information in this section was contributed by Growla Girl.

Lake Of Rage: Elixir:
Go to the Fishing Guru's house and read the sign that is outside to learn that he wants a record size Magikarp. Catch one and show it to him. If it is of record size, he will give you an Elixir. If it is too small, try again.
Information in this section was contributed by CanalRat411.

Lake Of Rage: Full Restore:
You can find Full Restore with the Item Finder near the secret house at the Lake Of Rage.
Information in this section was contributed by Jim.

Lake Of Rage: Rare Candy:
Go to where Wesley is standing. On any day other than Wednesday, you will find a Rare Candy.
Information in this section was contributed by Darkmaster281665.

Mahogany Town: Secret music:
In Mahogany Town, before you defeat Team Rocket, tune into the radio on the last channel. You should see five question marks (?????). You will hear secret music that is not available after you beat Team Rocket. The secret music is about the Lake Of Rage. The radio thing is what Team Rocket is using to evolve Magikarp.
Information in this section was contributed by kristen.

Mt. Mortar: Karate King:
Enter Mt. Mortar by using the middle entrance. Do not go down the ladder. Surf left, up, and right and use Waterfall. When you go up the whirlpool, follow the path. Use Rock Smash on the rock blocking the path. Then ,Surf all the way up and make another left. Follow the path again and go down the ladder. Explore that part of the cave and you will eventually find Karate King. Battle him to get a Tyrouge. Note: Have at least ten Max Repels with you.
Information in this section was contributed by CoolerSaiyan.

Olivine City: Battle Tower:
In Olivine City you will find the Pokemon Battle Tower that is somewhat like a Pokemon Stadium 2 tournament battle.
Information in this section was contributed by FleetCommand200.

The first battle room that you can go into is the level 10 battle room. You will have to fight seven trainers each, with a team of three Pokemon using three of your level 10 Pokemon. The rules are simple -- you cannot enter Pokemon that are a higher or lower level then the level the room you are entering. For example, if your Pokemon is at level 11 and you want to go into the level 10 room he cannot enter. You also cannot have two of the same species of Pokemon, and you cannot have two Pokemon holding the same item.
Information in this section was contributed by Shamu200.

Olivine City: Iron:
Take the S.S Aqua boat from Olivine City. Battle everyone, then exit the boat. Surf to the right. In the water by the pole is an Iron. You cannot get this item from the other side once you pass the ticket man. It is on the ship side -- face the pole in the water and use Item Finder.
Information in this section was contributed by Growla Girl.

Olivine City: Trade for Voltorb:
Go to the small house above the lighthouse and find Tim. He wants to trade a Krabby for a Voltorb.
Information in this section was contributed by CanalRat411.

Pewter City: Silver Wing:
You can get the Silver Wing from the old man walking left and right near the market to capture Lugia. Note: Both Ho-oh and Lugia are at level 60.
Information in this section was contributed by Ecuadorian12 and Junior05000.

Route 27: Star Piece:
Bird Keeper Jose will give you a Star Piece each time his Far'fetched finds one. You will need Whirlpool to reach him.
Information in this section was contributed by Growla Girl.

Route 31: Free berries:
Wade the Bugcatcher will give you free berries that he finds in the grass if you register your phone number with him.
Information in this section was contributed by Lucymarskell2.

Route 32: Hidden item:
There is a hidden item under where Frieda on Friday stands above the Pokecenter. You can only get it when she is not there. Use the Item Finder.
Information in this section was contributed by Growla Girl.

Route 34: Finding sales:
Battle Camper Todd then talk to him after the battle. He will ask you if you would like to register his phone number. Answer "Yes" and he will call you when the Goldenrod City department store is going to have big sales on top of the roof.
Information in this section was contributed by foxy_chick110.

Route 34: Items:
Battle Picnicker Gina then talk to her after the battle. She will then ask you if you would like to register her phone number. Answer "Yes" and she will call you if she picks up any items she finds off the floor and give them to you.
Information in this section was contributed by foxy_chick110.

On Route 34 north of Goldenrod, swim across a little creek to the west and get a Mystery Berry, then keep swimming south and get a Nugget, and keep swimming south and battle three female Cool Trainers. The last one will give you Soft Sand if you defeat all of them.
Information in this section was contributed by demisses.

Route 34: Rare Candy:
Once you get the Item Finder, go to the station between Ilex Forest and Goldenrod. Exit the station, go left (into the grass), and use the Item Finder. You should hear a ping. Look over the fence and remember that location. Keep going up until you can Surf. Surf to the small place (with the item, which is not the Rare Candy) and go to the very bottom. You should see two trees. Look at the left tree, then press A to get a Rare Candy.
Information in this section was contributed by jett.

Route 35: Free Nuggets:
This trick requires a Marill. Go to the National Park at any time. Enter from Route 35. Go straight up and talk to the first person (a woman) that you see in the grass. She will talk about how cute your Marill is. She will give you her number. She will call you when she finds any Nuggets.
Information in this section was contributed by NREODRIGUEZ.

Route 36: Free items:
Battle Schoolboy Alan on Route 36, then get his phone number. He will call you if he has any items. Note: You may get stones, including the Fire Stone.
Information in this section was contributed by GoldnSilver82490 and Jupe.

Route 38: Free items:
Talk to a girl on Route 38 (Lass Dana). After you battle her, she will say that she will share an item with you when a boy (not you) gives her an item. Register her phone number and she will call you if she has any items she wants to share. Note: You may get rare stones.
Information in this section was contributed by GoldnSilver82490.

Route 38: Gold Nugget:
A Gold Nugget us located behind a cow at the Dairy Farm on Route 38. Use the Item Finder.
Information in this section was contributed by Growla Girl.

Route 38: Moo Moo Milk:
Go to the house above the Moo Moo farm and you will find a injured Miltank. Give to it a lot of berries and it will feel better. Go to the house next to the house that you are in. A man will now sell you Moo Moo Milk for only 100 Pokemoney. The Moo Moo Milk will restore your Pokemon HP up by 300 points of health.
Information in this section was contributed by Rodrigo Jose Espinosa Woolcott.

Routes 40 and 41:
Before going to Routes 40 and 41, pick up Magnamite on Routes 38 and 39. Even better, pick up the Spearow early in the game and have it now at level 35 with Peck. Make sure that you carry lots of Antidotes and the Bitter Berries that cure Confusion. There will be lots of Tentacools and Tentacruels. They know both Poison Sting and Super Sonic.
Information in this section was contributed by Marvin Cox.

Route 42: Water Stone:
Go to the man near the water. Battle Fisher Tully, then get his number. After a few phone calls, he will give you a Water Stone.
Information in this section was contributed by AlabamaGirl9857.

Route 44: Free Pokeballs:
Battle Fisher Wilton on Route 44. He will call you if he snags an item.
Information in this section was contributed by GoldnSilver82490.

Route 44: Hidden item:
Between Mahogany City and the Ice Cave is a small island. Surf over to it and use the Item Finder to get a hidden item.
Information in this section was contributed by Growla Girl.

Between Mahogany City and the Ice Cave is a small island. Surf over to it at night and have a Pokemon that knows Thief. Use Thief on the Polliwhirls. One could be holding a King's Rock. Make sure you do not have a very high level Pokemon, where Thief will knock it out. Levels 25 to 40 should work.
Information in this section was contributed by Growla Girl.

Route 45: Iron:
Battle Hiker Parry and win each battle. He will give you an Iron to continue your Pokemon journey for both of you.
Information in this section was contributed by Growla Girl.

Route: 45: PP Up:
Kenji Black Belt on Route 45 will give you a PP Up if you call him when he is taking a lunch break. Visit him. He does not battle. He will not call to remind you, which makes it even harder. Call every day in the morning. He will say he is too busy training. When he says he is going to take a lunch break at noon, call him at noon and fly over and visit him on Route 45 on the right side of path. He will thank you for stopping by and give you a PP Up. The days he take a lunch break are random, so you have to call every day and remember to visit at lunch time. He will Continue giving these out if you visit him when he takes breaks.
Information in this section was contributed by Growla Girl.

There is a PP Up hidden where the Mystery Berry Tree and a small lake is located. Use the Item Finder. The item is in the water.
Information in this section was contributed by Growla Girl.

Route 46: Get good Pokemon early:
When you start catching Pokemon on Route 29 do not forget to make a side trip to Route 46 through the north building. You can only go a short distance, but you can catch low level Spearow that starts with Peck, Geodude, and in the morning you can catch a level 2 Phanpy. Phanpy is rare and you only have a 5% chance of catching him. He is not out at all in the day or night, so try early. A Phanpy raised from level 2 will evolve into a even stronger than usual Donphan.
Information in this section was contributed by Marvin Cox.

Ruins Of Alph: Mysterious Channel 13.5:
Use your radio in the Ruins of Alph to tune into Channel 13.5. You will hear mysterious sounds made by the Annon (Unown).
Information in this section was contributed by Lars Housholder.

Ruins Of Alph: Secret of the Unown:
Go to the Ruins Of Alph and enter a cave. Go to the counter and solve the puzzle. You will drop to another room. Catch three different Unown to get the Unowndex. Return to the puzzle room and read the top wall. It will say ESCAPE in Unown letters. That is your clue. Use an escape rope and you can go back outside. Go back in the cave and the back wall will have broken. Enter it to find four items and another hole. Go through it and a story will be written in Unown letters. There are other rooms like this but you need a waterstone, Ho-oh, and Surf to get in them.
Information in this section was contributed by Penny77121.

Room one says "Escape"; use an Escape Rope. Room two says "Light"; use Flash. Room three says "Water"; have a water stone in your items. Room four says "Ho Oh"; put Ho-Oh in your first Pokemon slot.
Information in this section was contributed by MasterDragon94.

Ruins Of Alph: Easy attacks:
If you have a weak Pokemon with weak attacks, take it to the Ruins of Alph and train there. The Unknown are very weak. Train until it evolves, and cancel the evolution until your Pokemon is at level 20. Then, let it evolve. You should have had one attack come quicker than when it is evolved.
Information in this section was contributed by james bird.

Saffron City: Rail Pass:
Find a house that has an upstairs and two people on the first floor. Talk to the man on the first floor. Then, go upstairs to talk to his daughter. She will tell you she is missing her Clefairy. When she asks you if you could help, answer "Yes". Go to Vermilion City. Enter the Pokefan building. Walk towards a fat man and talk to him. He will give you the doll. Return to Saffron City and give Copycat the doll. In return, she will give you the Rail Pass.
Information in this section was contributed by Pepperrunco.

Underground Warehouse: Amulet Coin:
In the Underground Warehouse, look for a staircase. Climb it, and you will be on a new floor and see an Item Ball. Pick it up to get the Amulet Coin. Give it to one of your Pokemon. If you use the Pokemon holding it anytime during a battle, you will get twice as much money from the trainer. For example, if the Pokemon holding it can defeat any one of Lance's Pokemon, you will earn 10000P instead of 5000P.
Information in this section was contributed by Marioman64M.

Vermilion City: Rare Candy:
After defeating the Elite Four and the Champion, you will get a call from Professor Elm to get a ticket to go to Kanto. You will end up at Vermilion City, where Lt.Surge is located. There is a Rare Candy up on the left, near water.
Information in this section was contributed by Junior05000.

Violet City: Hidden items:
There are three hidden items in Violet City. You will need Surf and Cut. There is a Rare Candy by Earl's Pokemon Academy. Chop down a tree to get to it. You cannot see it; go one space away from the bushes and press A. A message stating that you got a Rare Candy will appear. There are two bodies of water in Violet City. Surf in them until you get to a piece of land. One lake has a Hyper Potion and the other has a PP Up.
Information in this section was contributed by ESPEONGIRL_13.

Violet City: Trade for Onyx:
Go to the small house to the left of the Pokemon Center. Find Kyle and he will want to trade a Bellsprout for an Onyx.
Information in this section was contributed by CanalRat411.

Buena: Phone number:
To get Buena's phone number, you need to get 30 points on your blue card.
Information in this section was contributed by JCAddie.

Erin: Calciums:
Add Picnicker Erin to your phone list. Battle her every time she calls and she will give you a Calcium.
Information in this section was contributed by Growla Girl.

Eusine: Defeating him:
Note: The following trick is for the Japanese version of the game. In order to fight the Suicune admirer, catch the legendary water dog, Suicune, then head back to the platform where the three legendary dogs were located. Use an Escape Rope, and you will end up on the roof. There is a ladder in the left hand side in order to get down, or you can jump through the broken roof. Navigate through the labyrinth of holes to find a ladder to the basement. Climb down, and you will see Eusine. Please note, he is not an easy opponent. He uses the three starters at L50, a Level 60 Blissey, a Level 65 Crobat, and then a Level 45 Celebi. If you defeat him, you earn 15,602 Pokemoney, and he will give you the Itemscope, which makes invisible items visible. Examine the pillar next to him to learn that he used it to find the GS Ball with Celebi.
Information in this section was contributed by Andy Hill.

Eusine: Find him again:
If you want to see Eusine again, go to the Pokemon Center in Celedon City in Kanto. He will be there and say that he is visiting his hometown and wants you to catch Entei and Raikou.
Information in this section was contributed by aussiebloke16.

Kurt: More special Pokeballs
In Pokemon Gold and Silver, Kurt could only make one special Pokeball at a time. Now that his granddaughter is helping him, he now can make up to 99 of the same special Pokeball in one day. Of course, you would have to have 99 of that specific Apricorn.
Information in this section was contributed by Shamu200.

Lance: Defeating him:
Catch Suicune and train it to level 46. When it tries to learn Aurora Beam at level 41, erase Leer, then teach it Icy Wind from the Mahogany Gym Leader. Now that it has Bubble Beam, Aurora Beam, Icy Wind, And Gust, go to battle Lance. Use Bubble Beam on Charizard, and Icy Wind and Aurora Beam for the rest.
Information in this section was contributed by Kereihana1.

Morty: Get him into his gym:
Morty is out studying. The only way to get him back is to defeat the Kimono girls. Then, go to burned tower. Go left, up, right, down, and left to get to your rival. Defeat him and you will fall in a pit. You will see the Three Legendary Dogs. They will run away. Go down and up the ladder. Exit the tower and Morty will be at his gym.
Information in this section was contributed by Penny77121.

Elite Four: Defeating them:
Train an Alakasam to level 55 and teach it Psychic, Thunder, Fire, and Ice Punch. Train a Gyrados to at least level 40 and teach it Surf and Hydro Pump. Train a Machamp to level 35 and have it learn Vital Throw. Use Alakasam against everyone except Houndoom (use Gyrados) and Umbreon (use Machamp).Your Alakasam should be able to defeat all in one or two moves.
Information in this section was contributed by Thabananaman.

Get Typhlosion to level 100. Use Flame Wheel on all the opponents up to Bruno. When you get to Lance, Use Flamethrower on all his Pokemon for a one hit knockout.
Information in this section was contributed by Takato916099.

Use a Typhlosion at level 100 that knows-Hyperbeam, Flamethrower, Earthquake, and Thunder Punch. Make sure to max the PP of Flamethrower and get Thunder Punch and Earthquake's Pp up as high as you can. Typhlosion can now take out the Elite Four by itself.
Information in this section was contributed by Kastro18769.

Red: Pokemon team:
Red uses the following Pokemon.
Information in this section was contributed by Vwcole and Kastro18769.

Pikachu (level 81)
Snorlax (level 70)
Charizard (level 75)
Venasaur (level 75)
Blastoise (level 75)
Espeon (level 70)

TM Lady:
Every Sunday a lady will appear and give away a TM.
Information in this section was contributed by Shamu200.

Vance: Carbs:
Add Bird Keeper Vance to your phone list. Battle him every time he calls and he will give you a Carb.
Information in this section was contributed by Growla Girl.

PokeRus:
You can get the PokeRus infection from a Yanma at Route 35, below bug catcher Arnie. Go up and down the grassy area. Add Bug Catcher Arnie to your list he will call you if he sees these rare Pokemon. You will know when you have the PokeRus because Professor Elm will call you and give you information about it (and tell you not to worry). Look at the stats on your Pokemon and you will see a shiny dot at the bottom right side (like a shiny Pokemon) and see the word PokeRus. It lasts two to four days and will spread to the other Pokemon in your party. Infect some and store them to keep the PokeRus going. Trade an infected Pokemon to the Pokemon Gold or Silver only -- it will not work on other versions. Take the infected Pokemon to a Pokecenter and heal. The nurse will say that your Pokemon has tiny bugs all over it -- but they do not seem to be harming them. The PokeRus virus is good, not bad. Pokemon that have it will gain twice as much experience after a battle. Getting the virus is extremely rare. You have a 3 in 65536 chance of getting it after a battle. The virus will wear off (healing at a PokéCenter will not end it). Once the virus is gone the Pokemon will be immune to future infections, and cannot infect other Pokemon. You will see a tiny dot in the corner. You can group infected Pokemon using Pokemon Stadium 2.
Information in this section was contributed by Growla Girl.

Berserk Gene:
When you give a Pokemon the Berserk Gene (found in North Cerulean), do not give that Pokemon a Bitter Berry. The Berserk Gene will be lost.

Slot machines:
Sometimes you will get lucky and the following things may happen. Four to six Golems will fall down, moving the slots up by one at a time. If there is one "7" on the winning line and you stop the second reel, the second reel may change to a "7". The last reel will spin a couple of times. Also if your very lucky, after you get two "7"s a Chansey may appear, toss one of its eggs, and you will magically have three "7"s. The odds of seeing Chansey are extremely low.
Information in this section was contributed by SpiderMan Parker.

Some slot machines (when you hit the button) are faster or slower than others. There are two 7s on row one. However three other symbols are in between, so you cannot get two 7s showing in line 1. Use three coins when playing to have a better chance of winning. You will get spins, better Gravelers, and more advantages.
Information in this section was contributed by Keith123088.

Use the following trick to get all 7s on the slots. Pay two coins and get one 7. The other will pop up when you press A. Then, a Chansey will throw eggs until the last 7 pops up.
Information in this section was contributed by mandmshow01.

Easy Bug Catching Contest win:
Raise an Oddish to level 21 and have it evolve into Gloom. Teach Gloom Sweet Scent. Enter the Bug Catching Contest on Tuesdays, Thursdays, or Saturdays. Take your Gloom to level 25 to 35 and knows Absorb and Sweet Scent. Find a spot in the park and use Sweet Scent repeatedly. Random Pokemon will attack you. Your best bet is a level 16 and over Butterfree, Venonat, Beedrill, Scyther, or Pinser.
Information in this section was contributed by alex bross.

Eon Mail:
Note: This trick requires the Pokemon Pikachu 2 handheld game. To get free Eon Mail, go to "Mystery Gift" and send "000 Watts" from Pokemon Pikachu 2. Once you have done that, continue your game and pick it up on the second floor at any Pokemon Center.
Information in this section was contributed by BillyEsb1.

Mystery Gifts:
Note: This trick requires the Pokemon Pikachu 2 handheld game. Send Watts to your Game Boy Color by using the IR port. Note: You must first talk to the girl on fifth floor of the Department Store in Goldenrod City.
Information in this section was contributed by BillyEsb1.

Rainbow Wing:
In order to get the Rainbow Wing, you must have all three legendary Pokemon (Suicine, Raikou, and Entei).
Information in this section was contributed by Flashgordan26.

The Rainbow Wing will be yours after defeating the Elite Four. Go to the Ecruteak City. At the place where you caught Suicune. One of the sages will give you the item.
Information in this section was contributed by Leonardo Augusto.

Dig TM:
Go to National Park. Go all around the brown fencing in the park until you find a small opening. Enter the path and walk to the left or right. Go all the way to the left and down the path to find the dig TM.
Information in this section was contributed by bjbalk.

TM list:
Information in this section was contributed by Junior05000 and izzy.4037.

TM 01 Dynamicpunch
TM 02 Headbutt
TM 03 Curse
TM 04 Rollout
TM 05 Roar
TM 06 Toxic
TM 07 Zap Cannon
TM 08 Rock Smash
TM 09 Psych Up
TM 10 Hidden Power
TM 11 Sunny Day
TM 12 Sweet Scent
TM 13 Snore
TM 14 Blizzard
TM 15 Hyperbeam
TM 16 Icywind
TM 17 Protect
TM 18 Rain Dance
TM 19 Giga Dradin
TM 20 Endure
TM 21 Frustration
TM 22 Solarbeam
TM 23 Inron Tail
TM 24 Dragonbreath
TM 25 Thunder
TM 26 Earthquake
TM 27 Return
TM 28 Dig
TM 29 Psychic
TM 30 Shadow Ball
TM 31 Mud-Slap
TM 32 Double-Team
TM 33 Ice Punch
TM 34 Swagger
TM 35 Sleeptalk
TM 36 Sludgebomb
TM 37 Sandstorm
TM 38 Fireblast
TM 39 Swift
TM 40 Defense Curl
TM 41 Thunderpunch
TM 42 Dream Eater
TM 43 Detect
TM 44 Rest
TM 45 Attract
TM 46 Theif
TM 47 Steel Wing
TM 48 Fire Punch
TM 49 Fury Cutter
TM 50 Nightmare

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.

HM list:
Information in this section was contributed by Junior05000.

HM 01 Cut
HM 02 Fly
HM 03 Surf
HM 04 Strength
HM 05 Flash
HM 06 Whirlpool
HM 07 Waterfall

Hidden items:
Information in this section was contributed by Zach Vrchota.

Antidote: Goldenrod Underground
Berserk Gene: North of Cerulean
Calcium: Route 13
Carbos: Tin Tower 5F, Ice Cave B2
Dire Hit: Route 28
Elixir: Route 44, Dark Cave, Route 12
Ether: Ilex Forest, Route 37, Burned Tower, Route 9
Full Heal: Azalea Town, Ilex Forest, National Park, Team Rocket HQ B2, Champion Road, Vermilion City, Route 2
Full Restore: Tin Tower 5F, Lake of Rage, Whirl Islands, Mt. Mortar, Route 2, Mt. Silver
Great Ball: Route 32
Hyper Potion: Violet City, Ecruteak City, Olivine City, Route 40, Mt. Mortar
Ice Heal: Ice Cave
Leftovers: Celadon City Restaurant Trash Can (Item Finder will not beep)
Max Elixir: Dragon's Den, Route 17
Max Ether: Cianwood Isle, Whirl Islands, Route 17, Route 2
Max Potion: Tin Tower 4F, Route 42, Lake of Rage, Ice Cave/ Dragon's Den, Champion Road, Rock Tunnel
Max Repel: Mt. Mortar
Max Revive: Mt. Mortar, Digletts Cave
Nugget: Route 39
Paralyze Heal: Goldenrod Underground
Potion: Route 30
PP UP: Route 34, Route 45, Celadon City, Lake of Rage, Whirl Islands
Revive: Cianwood Isle, Dragon's Den, Route 11, Route 2
Super Potion: Ilex Forest, Route 32, Route 34, Goldenrod Underground
Ultra Ball: Burned Tower, Whirl Islands, Route 4, Mt. Silver
X Accuracy: Rock Tunnel
X Defend: Rock Tunnel

Pokemon with items:
Some Pokemon hold items when they are caught. These items may be rare or common. Other Pokemon may hold various items such as Nuggets and Berries.
Information in this section was contributed by Zach Vrchota and Growla Girl.

Snorlax: Leftovers
Chansey: Lucky Egg
Farfetch'd: Stick
Marowak: Thick Club
Sneasel: Quick Claw
Ho-oh: Sacred Ash
Doduo: Sharp Beak
Dodrio: Sharp Beak
Butterfree: Silver Powder
Beedrill: Poison Barb
Horsea: Dragon Fang
Seadra: Dragon Fang
Dratini: Dragon Fang
Dragonair: Dragon Fang
Slowbro: King's Rock
Slowpoke: King's Rock
Poliwhirl: King's Rock
Entei: King's Rock
Magnmeite: Metal Coat
Miltank: Moo Moo Milk
Staryu: Stardust
Shellder: Pearl
Growlithe: Burnt Berry
Fearow: Sharp Beak

Some Pokemon may carry items when imported from Pokemon Red, Blue, and Yellow. These items are mainly Berries and Bitter Berries, but sometimes are Big Pearls or Star Pieces. Pokemon Stadium Pokemon won that you trade over also carry decorations for your room.
Information in this section was contributed by Zach Vrchota.

Abra: TM 09
Krabby: TM 33
Goldeen: TMM 33
Horsea: TM 33
Staryu: TM 33 (Star Piece/Star Dust)
Nidoran M or F: TM 43
Chansey: Lucky Punch
Ditto: Metal Powder
Jigglypuff: Dotted Bow (upgrade of Pink Bow)
Snorlax: Left Overs
Mewtwo: Bright Powder
Zapdos: Bright Powder
Articuno: Bright Powder
Moltres: Bright Power
Pikachu: Light Ball (only from Pokemon Yellow)
Kadabra: Bent Spoon (only from Pokemon Yellow)
Machop: Brick Piece

Using Thief to get items:
Information in this section was contributed by Growla Girl.

Kings Rock: Polliwhirl on Route 44 (you only can get one from this Pokemon)
Stardust: Staryu in Cianawood, use Super Rod.
Spelltag: Misdreavus in Ice Cave.
Burnt Berry: Magmar in Silver Cave.
MooMoo Milk: Milktank on Route 38.
Sharp Beak: Fearow on Route 42.
Burnt Berry: Growlithe on Route 35.
Pearl: Shellder in Newbark Town, use Super Rod.
Kings Rock: Slowbro; Surf in Slowpoke well. You only get one from a Slowbro.
Tiny Mushroom: Parasect in Silver Cave.
Berrys: Top level of boat with two Pokefans in room. All Meowth, Sentrets, and furret hold a Berry.

Finding hidden items:
The following is easy way to get hidden items without an Itemfinder. If there are trees, rocks, or anything else in a formation as though they are surrounding something but have some way to get in, just look at it and press A.
Information in this section was contributed by i love jalen.

Best phone list for items:
If you want stones and other items, the best list is as follows:

Alan the schoolboy on Route 36. He has Fire Stones.
Wilton the fisher on Route 44. He has Water Stones.
Dana the lass on Route 38. She has Thunder Stones.
Tully the fisher on Route 42. He has Water Stones.
Jose the bird keeper on Route 27. He has Star Pieces.
Gina the picnicker on Route 34. She has miscellaneous items
Beverly the Poke-fan at the National Park. She has Nuggets. To get her number you need a Marrel in your party.

Gifts from people:
The following people will give you items that power-up moves, such as Magnet (power-up electric moves), Sharp Beak (power-up flying moves), etc.
Information in this section was contributed by Diogo Brás.

On Monday, in Route 40 you will find Monica. On Tuesday, in Route 29 you will find Tuscany. On Wednesday, in Lake Of Rage you will find Wesley. On Thursday, in Route 36 you will find Arthur. On Friday, in Route 32 you will find Frieda. On Saturday, in Blackthorn City you will find Santos. On Sunday, in Route 37 you will find Sunny.

Easy gifts and battles:
Obtain several phone numbers, then go to your house and tell your mom to switch on or off daylight savings. Your phone friends will give you calls almost immediately, and you will get to fight them or receive gifts.
Information in this section was contributed by Daniel Zurmuhlen.

Weekly Rival Battle:
Every Wednesday at the Pokemon League, your red headed rival will challenge you to a battle. This happens before you battle at the Pokemon League when you walk to the stairs.
Information in this section was contributed by Bobby Vadhanapanich.

Easy money:
Get a Pokemon that knows Pay Day. Battle any wild Pokemon and only use Pay Day. Each hit from pay day results in $40. The more you hit the Pokemon with pay day the more money you will get. Note: This does not work in trainer battles, and you must defeat the Pokemon to get the money.
Information in this section was contributed by SnowpuppyD.

Use the following trick to win three hundred coins almost every time on slot machines. In Golden Rod City's Game Corner, play the slot machines. Line two 7's up on the first two rows then press A and hold for the third row. Hold A and the slot will move until it hits the third 7, resulting in 300 coins.
Information in this section was contributed by josh.Mitchem.

Fast bike:
Get a bike, walk out, then press Select. You will get on the bike and go faster.
Information in this section was contributed by COREY HEBEL.

Different flying pictures:
To get a different bird picture when you fly, make the Pokemon you fly with a Ho-Oh, Lugia, or a Pokemon with a different party picture.
Information in this section was contributed by Ethanjantz.

Get rid of grass:
Get HM02 and teach it to a Plant Pokemon. Get in front of some grass and use Cut. Note: The grass only disappears temporarily.
Information in this section was contributed by crazy pokemon fan.

Give any Pokemon an HM01 (Cut). Go toward the grass and press Start and select that Pokemon. Choose "Cut", then it will cut the grass.
Information in this section was contributed by mary.dunn1.

Avoid Confusion:
Whenever your Pokemon is confused, hold A for about three seconds and you will get a move in.
Information in this section was contributed by aussiebloke16.

Countering Protect:
When your opponent uses Protect there is only one move that you should use; Surf.
Information in this section was contributed by Junior05000.

Combo moves:
There are many "combo moves" that can be used during battle, for example Swagger and Psych Up. Swagger will confuse your opponent and make his attack power rise greatly. You can use Psych Up to copy the attack power and not get confused. Another great combo is Curse and Agility. Curse will make your attack and defense rise, but t makes your speed fall (note that Ghost types use Curse differently than this way). You can use Agility to boost your speed two levels so that all around, you have better stats in two turns.
Information in this section was contributed by zandl.

Use Sunny Day, and Solarbeam does not have to charge up one turn. Use Defense Curl, and Rollout becomes stronger. Use Rain Dance, and Thunder will never miss. Using Sunny Day will make it miss all the time. If the opponent used Minimize, Stomp will do more damage.
Information in this section was contributed by XGP.

Catch Pokemon easily:
To catch Pokemon easily without a Master Ball, let the enemy Pokemon fall asleep.
Information in this section was contributed by Gameboirex.

Use False Swipe until there is 1 HP remaining, then paralyze them. This will make it harder for them to break out.
Information in this section was contributed by anakinjmt.

Psychic Pokemon are weak at defense and psychic moves do not cause damage against Dark type Pokemon. To defeat one of these Pokemon, use a Fighting type. One Pokemon with fighting moves can help because certain Dark type Pokemon can learn Psychic. For Ghost type Pokemon, use the Ghost, Dark, or normal type. Normal type Pokemon are not affected by Ghost attacks, except for Confuse Ray.
Information in this section was contributed by LeoParlato.

Stronger Pokemon:
If you choose to be a male trainer, then catch female Pokemon. They will love you faster and be stronger. If you choose to play as a female, catch male Pokemon.
Information in this section was contributed by aboos and lexi.

If you raise a Pokemon starting at level 2 to 15, it will end up stronger than if you caught a level 30 Pokemon in the wild. If you breed a Pokemon the egg will hatch at level 5 so it is easier to train.
Information in this section was contributed by Kawaii Myoo.

Easy experience:
Put a strong Pokemon that can put their opponent to sleep in the front of your party. Go to the grass in front of Silver Cave. Put the wild Pokemon to sleep, then switch to a low-level Pokemon. Have it do one attack and switch back to your strong Pokemon and finish it off. The weaker Pokemon will gain a lot of experience.
Information in this section was contributed by Hmarrypotter.

Do not use Rare Candies immediately on a Pokemon that you wish to become stronger. If you wait to use it, you can gain an extra level. Raise the Pokemon you plan to use it on to next level rather then wasting it. Then, use the Rare Candy. It makes more sense to use it on a Pokemon that has nearly no experience towards their next level as opposed to using it on a Pokemon that does not have much to go to reach its next level.
Information in this section was contributed by pimpjuice.

To get double experience points from battling, find a Chansey and use Thief. Make sure that your Pokemon is not holding an item. If you are lucky, you will steal an item called Lucky Egg. Give that to a Pokemon, and that Pokemon will receive double experience points when it wins a battle. This is especially useful when trying to level up Pokemon that are at 60 or higher. Note: This may take awhile because of how rare Chansey are to find. The odds of encountering one are low, and the odds of encountering one with the Lucky Egg are even lower. Chansey can be found on Route 15 in the grass with the girl that wants to trade her Aerodactyle.
Information in this section was contributed by Kastro18769.

As soon as you get to the Daycare, leave two Pokemon there. Continue playing until you complete the game (all sixteen gym badges). Then, pick up your Pokemon from the Daycare. You will find out that they gained 60 to 90 levels. It will cost a lot, but because you completed the game you will have a lot of money. You can get them more powerful by going to the Battle Tower for experience points. If you win, you get a lot of Proteins, Carbos, Calcium, and other items. You will soon have two very powerful Pokemon added to your collection.
Information in this section was contributed by shinit shin.

To get double experience. you need a strong or weak Pokemon with an exp. Share. Battle with just the Pokemon with the exp. Share. You will get double the experience, save time and level up faster.
Information in this section was contributed by Douglas Stinson.

Hint: HP UP, Protein, Iron, Calcium and Carbos:
Any kind of Pokemon will receive only a max amount of ten HP UPs, Proteins, Irons, Calciums and Carbos. After ten, the Pokemon will refuse to take any more.
Information in this section was contributed by james leiva.

Recommended teams:

Typhlosion with Flame Wheel, Dig, Hyperbeam, Flamethrower
Suicune with Ice Beam, Bubble Beam, Aurora Beam, Surf
Ampharos with Thunderpunch, Thunder, Dynamicpunch, Headbutt
Espeon with Psychic, Psych-Up, Swagger, Psybeam
Entei with Fire Spin, Flamethrower, Fire Blast, Stomp
Raikou with Thunder, Crunch, Spark, Thunderbolt
Information in this section was contributed by Alexander4485859.
Slowbro with Icepunch, Surf, Zap Cannon, Psychic
Ampharos with Thunder, Thunderpunch, Dymanicpunch, Firepunch
Meaguinm with Razor Leaf, Earthquake, Iron Tail, Body Slam
Sucine with Ice Beam, Blizzard, Surf, Raindance
Machoke with Cross Chop, Vital Throw, Dig, Strength
Persian with Icy Wind, Shadow Ball, Slash, Faint Attack
Information in this section was contributed by Alex.
Tylsphion with Solarbeam, Sunny Day, Fire Punch, Mud-Slap
Lugia with Psychic, Fly, Surf, Recover
Furret with Thunderpunch, Firepunch, Icepunch, Shadow Ball
Ampharos with Zap Cannon, Thunderpunch, Iron Tail, Dymanicpunch
Gravler with Rollout, Earthquake, Exploshin, Magnitude
Weezing with Sludge, Sludge Bomb, Exploshin, Rollout
Information in this section was contributed by Alex.
Feraligatr with Slash, Mud-Slap, Surf, Hydro Pump
Tryantier with Dig, Crunch, Earthquake, Rock Slide
Girafarig with Psybeam, Psychic, Stomp, Headbutt
Red Gyarados with Surf, Hydro Pump, Hyper Beam, Icy Wind
Nidoking with Thunderpunch, Firepunch, Icepunch, Earthquake
Lugia with Fly, Surf, Psychic, Recover
Information in this section was contributed by Alex.
Gengar (level 55 or higher) with Destiny Bond, Shadow Ball, Mean Look, Psychic
Arcinine (level 55 or higher) with Sunny Day, Extreme Speed, Flame Wheel, Curse
Gyrados (level 60 or higher) with Dragon Breath, Icy Wind, Hydro Pump, Zap Cannon
Scizor (level 70 or higher) with False Swipe, Metal Claw, Steel Wing, Cut.
Note: If you face a Water type, get Gyrados and use Zap Cannon to paralyze it, then use Dragon Breath until it faints. If facing Bug, Grass, or Steel types, get Arcinine and use Curse, followed by Sunny Day then Flame Wheel. If facing a Normal type, try using Scizor and False Swipe followed by Extreme Speed. If facing a Psychic type, use Shadow Ball. If facing Dark or Ghost types, use Psychic.
Information in this section was contributed by Raymond Lopez.
Typhlosion (level 100) with Flame Wheel, Thunder Punch, Flamethrower, Dynamic Punch
Mewtwo (level 100) with Solar Beam, Recover, Fire Blast, Blizzard
Lugia (level 100) with Ancient Power, Thunder, Psychic, Aeroblast
Raikou (level 100) with Spark, Crunch, Thunder, Hyper Beam
Tyranitar (level 100) with Hyper Beam, Earthquake, Rock Slide, Crunch
Ho-oh (level 100) with Recover, Fire Blast, Fly, Ancient Power
Information in this section was contributed by R Bruce.
Typhlosion (level 100) with Thunder Punch, Flame Thrower, Earthquake, Hyperbeam
Tyranitar (level 100) with Crunch, Earthquake, Hyperbeam, Rockslide
Gengar (level 100) with Hypnosis, Shadow Ball, Dream Eater, Hyperbeam
Dragonite (level 100) with Wing Attack, Surf, Thunder, Hyperbeam
Butterfree (level 100) with Confusion, Sleep Powder, Stun Spore, Hyperbeam
Mew (level 100) with Earthquake, Thunder, Raindance, Hyperbeam
Information in this section was contributed by Kastro18769.
Ampharos with Thunder, Zap Cannon, Rain Dance, and Dynamicpunch
Meganium with Body Slam, Solar Beam, Sunny Day, and Giga Drain
Gengar with Hypnosis, Dream Eater, Shadow Ball, and Curse
Gyrados with Hydro Pump, Hyper Beam, Surf, and Aurora Beam
Snorlax with Rollout, Hyper Beam, Earthquake, and Fire Punch
Steelix with Iron Tail, Rock Slide, Magnitude, and Dig
Information in this section was contributed by BrainiacBW.
Cydaquil (level 65) with Flamethrower, Flame Wheel, Dig, Quick Attack
Spinarak (level 65) with Night Shade, Psychic, Spider Web, Sludge Bomb
Squirtle (level 65) with Surf, Hydro Pump, Skull Bash, Ice Punch
Nidoran(male) (level 65) with Double Kick, Horn Drill, Horn Attack, Earthquake
Hoot-Hoot (level 65) with Fly, Take Down, Hypnosis, Dream Eater
Snorlax (level 65) with Ice Thunder Fire Punches, Hyper Beam
Information in this section was contributed by Foundertaylor.
Typhlosion (level 50) with Fire Blast, Flamethrower, Earthquake, Thunder Punch
Blastoise (level 50) with Hydro Pump, Waterfall, Ice Beam, Surf
Jolteon (level 50) with Thunder, Thunderbolt, Earthquake, Double Kick
Nidoking (level 50) with Fissure, Earthquake, Horn Drill, Horn Attack
Pigeot (level 50) with Fly, Wing Attack, Mirror Move, Steel Wing
Beedrill (level 50) with Cut, Sludge Bomb, Horn Attack, Twin Needle
Information in this section was contributed by Emir Taylor.
Typhlosion (level 50) with Flamethrower, Flame Wheel, Earthquake, Thunder Punch
Lanturn (level 50) with Surf, Hydro Pump, Spark, Thunder
Suicune (level 50) with Waterfall, Hydro Pump, Bubblebeam, Icy Wind
Pigeot (level 50) with Fly, Wing Attack, Mirror Move, Steel Wing
Giraferig (level 50) with Psychic, Crunch, Stomp, Take Down
Skiploom (level 50) with Solarbeam, Giga Drain, Synthesis, Sleep Powder
Information in this section was contributed by Emir Taylor.
Houndoom (level 50) with Fire Blast, Flamethrower, Earthquake, Crunch
Scizor (level 50) with Metal Claw, Wing Attack, False Swipe, Steel Wing
Lanturn (level 50) with Surf, Spark, Hydro Pump, Waterfall
Noctowl (level 50) with Psychic, Fly, Dream Eater, Hypnosis
Tyranitar (level 50) with Rock Slide, Earthquake, Hyper Beam, Crunch
Tauros (level 50) with Horn Drill, Horn Attack, Fissure, Earthquake
Information in this section was contributed by Emir Taylor.
Typhlosion (level 100) with Flamethrower, Flame Wheel, Thunderpunch, Fire Blast
Suicune (level 100) with Surf, Hydro Pump, Ice Beam, Bubblebeam
Lanturn (level 100) with Watefall, Thunderbolt, Thunder, Spark
Noctowl (level 100) with Fly, Psychic, Hpynosis, Dreameater
Ursaring (level 100) with Slash, Hyperbeam, Rest, Snore
Scizor (level 100) with Cut, Metal Claw, Steel Wing, False Swipe
Information in this section was contributed by Foundertaylor.
Typhlosion (level 100) with Thunderpunch, Flamethrower, Earthquake, Fireblast
(or level 100 Tyranitar with Crunch, Rockslide, Earthquake, Hyperbeam)
Lugia (level 100) with Fly, Psychic, Surf, Earthquake
Ho-Oh (level 100) with Fly, Thunderbolt, Flamethrower, fireblast
Raikou (level 100) with Flash, Crunch Or Hyperbeam, Thunderbolt, Thunder
Suicune (level 100) with Surf, Ice Beam, Blizzard, Hyper Beam
Entei (level 100) with Cut, Flamethrower, Fireblast, Hyper Beam
Information in this section was contributed by cfkthomas.
Feraligatr (level 100) with your choice of moves.
Tyrannitar (level 100) with your choice of moves.
Suicune (level 100) with your choice of moves.
Ho-Oh (level 100) with your choice of moves.
Lugia (level 100) with your choice of moves.
Entei or Raikou (level 100) with your choice of moves.
Information in this section was contributed by UndrgrndRac.
Typhlosion (level 100) with Thunderpunch, Flamethrower, Earthquake, Return
Dragonite (level 100) with Fly, Extremespeed, Ice Beam, Thunderbolt
Lapras (level 100) with Surf, Ice Beam, Body Slam, Rest
Raikou (level 100) with Thunderbolt, Crunch, Reflect, Rest
Machamp (level 100) with Cross Chop, Earthquake, Vital Throw, Strength
Alakazam (level 100) with Psychic, Ice Punch, Fire Punch, Recover
Information in this section was contributed by mcranch.
Scizor (level 100) with Steel Wing, Strength, False Swipe, and Return or Blissey (level 100) with Softboilet, Fire Blast, Thunder, and Blizzard.
Entei (level 100) with Fire Blast, Hyper Beam, Cut and Flamethrower
Suicune (level 100) with Hyper Beam, Surf, Bubblebeam and Hydro Pump
Raikou (level 100) with Hyper Beam, Flash, Thunder and Thunderbolt
Lugia (level 100) with Aeroblast, Fly, Psychic and Hyper Beam
Ho-Oh (level 100) with Dragonbreath, Fire Blast, Fly and Hyper Beam
Note: Entei, Suicune, and Raikou can be exchanged for Moltres, Articuno and Zaptos if desired
Information in this section was contributed by Marcelo Faísca.
Meganium (level 65) with Solarbeam, Razorleaf, Bodyslam, and Synthesis
Arcanine (level 65 ) with Fireblast, Flamethrower, Bite, and Extremespeed
Pidgeot (level 65) with Fly, Return, Wing Attack, and Mirror Move,
Suicune (level 65) with Icebeam, Icy Wind, Aurora, and Beam Gust
Pikachu (level 100) with Thunder, Zapcannon, Slam, and Thunder Bolt
Tyranitar (level 100) with Crunch, Rockslide, Hyper, and Beam Bite
Information in this section was contributed by DRKBOY92.
Typhlosion (level 41) with Dynamicpunch, Cut, Strength, and Flame Wheel
Ledyba (level 17) with Tackle, Supersonic, Attract, and Comet Punch
Syther (level 25) with False Swipe, Pursuit, Focus Energy, and Fury Cutter
Elekid (level 20) with Pound, Growl, Dizzy Punch, Thunderpunch
Noctowl (level 28) with Fly, Hypnosis, Dream Eater, Flash
Information in this section was contributed by Tyler McAuley.
Stantler (level 70+) with Stomp, Hypnosis, Headbutt, Earthquake
Feraligatr (level 70+) with Slash, Ice Punch, Bite, Surf
Skarmory (level 70+) with Fly, Steel Wing, Swift, Wing Attack
Suicune (level 70+) with Icy Wind, Bubblebeam, Aurora Beam, Surf
Lugia (level 70+) with Fly, Psychic, Aeroblast, Hyper Beam
Ho-oh (level 70+) with Wing Attack, Flamethrower, Hyper Beam, Fire Blast
Information in this section was contributed by Sauswage1990.
Typhlosion with Thunderpunch, Flamethrower, Earthquake, Hyperbeam
Tyranitar with Ice Beam, Flamethower, Thunderbolt, Earthquake
Lugia with Fly, Shadow Ball, Psychic, Surf
Raikou with Return, Crunch, Thunderbolt, Hyperbeam
Ho-Oh with Steel Wing, Thundebolt, Psychic, Flamethrower
Entei with Sunny Day, Flamethrower, Solarbeam, Hyperbeam
Suicune with Mirror Coat, Surf Ice Beam Hyperbeam
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
Information in this section was contributed by A.J. DiMarzio.

Hint: Game differences:
The following are differences from Pokemon Gold and Silver. The game has animated Pokemon. You can get items from your phone pals. Suicune can be caught before running out into the world of Johto and Kanto.
Information in this section was contributed by Gameboy madness.

Hint: Easy time change:
An easy way to change the time on the system is to first save at the time which is easiest for you. Wait until it is that time in real life (keep the game on) Without saving, turn off the game. Note: Do not do things you need to save. You should now have the time set. Note: The game counts days. For example, if you are one hour behind, you will need 6 days/23 hours of no-save play.

Glitch: Train crash:
This trick requires the Rail Pass, two Game Boy Color, a Link Cable, and Pokemon Silver, Gold, or Crystal for both systems. Have the person on the left Game Boy Color board the Goldenrod Magnet Train Station in Johto and the person on the right Game Boy Color board the Saffron Magnet Train Station in Kanto. Hold A on both Game Boy Colors while boarding. The trains will appear as if they crash.
Information in this section was contributed by Fakey McFake.


Strategy: by Yoyo Yoshi
Strategy guides from GameFAQs
Published strategy guides: Pokemon Crystal: Prima's Official Strategy Guide
Published strategy guides: Pokemon Crystal Official Pocket Guide
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