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Pokemon Gold and Silver




Evolution Stones
How to get the Silver Trophy
Unown Pokedex
Pokemon locations
Free haircut
Unown Puzzle Solutions
Secial Apricorn Pokeballs
Easy level up
The 3 secret sisters
More Masterballs
HM01 Cut
Radio card
Tips on beating the Gym Leaders
Mystery Gift
Elite Four Tips
Set time
King's Symbol
Duplicate Items/Clone Pokemon
Annon Pokedex
Anno'un Music
?????? Station
Pokemon Locations
Three legendary dogs
Breeding evolutions
Double experience and faster level ups
Items from Time Capsule Pokemon
Shiny Pokemon
Trade Evolutions
Trade-Only Pokemon
Masterball
Charcoal
Hard Stone
Miracle Seed
Mystic Water
Nevermeltice
Pink Bow
Sharp Beak
Defeating Ash
Enjyu City battle (Gold version)
Kanto
Female Mr. Mime (Gold version)
Unlimited Nuts, Ant. Nuts, or Conf. Nuts
Ecruteak City gym
New Poke Balls
Monorail ticket
Metal Coat
Breed without the other half
Pokemon that can't produce eggs
Gym Leader tactics (Gold version)
Orange League Trainer tactics (Gold version)


Evolution Stones

Sent in by Andrew Go to the sea cottage (Bills old house from Red, Blue, Yellow). A old man will be there. Talk to him. I will identify a Pokemon for you to show him. find these Pokemon and get these prizes Lickitung-----Everstone Staryu--------Water Stone Oddish--------Leaf Stone Pichu---------Thunder Stone Vulpix--------Fire Stone

How to get the Silver Trophy

Sent in by Craig Simpson First have the following ready: Two Game Boys Game Link Pokemon Gold or Silver Pokemon Red, Blue, or Yellow N64 and controller Transfer Pak Pokemon Stadium Procedure: Win a Pokemon Present in Pokemon Stadium's Gym Leader Castle. Transfer the Pokemon into red, blue, or yellow. Hook up R,B,Y and G,S. Have an original Pokemon in Gold and Silver ready to trade. Have the Stadium Pokemon ready to trade in red, blue, or yellow. Then perform the TIME CAPSULE TRADING PROCEDURE. Trade the two Pokemon and then check out G,S's new Pokemon it has a NORMAL BOX attached to it. Remove it from the Pokemon and "use" it. That will open it and you have a silver trophy to put in your room. How it works: When a Pokemon with this ID: STADIUM id# 02000 enters gold and silver it carries a silver trophy.

Unown Pokedex

Sent in by Andrew Capture 3 different Unowns from the cave and your Pokedux will get upgraded. Now you can see the different shapes you caught.

Pokemon locations

Sent in by JoHnNyKnOxViLl@webtv.net G=Gold S=Silver G/S=Gold and Silver #001 Bulbasaur Not in Gold or Silver #002 Ivysaur Not in Gold or Silver #003 Venussaur Not in Gold or Silver #004 Charmander Not in Gold or Silver #005 Charmeleon Not in Gold or Silver #006 Charizard Not in Gold or Silver #007 Squirtle Not in Gold or Silver #008 Wartortle Not in Gold or Silver #009 Blastoise Not in Gold or Silver #010 Caterpie G: Routes 2, 30, Ilex Forest S:National Park (Bug Catching contest) #011 Metapod G: Routes 2, 30, Ilex Forest S:National Park (Bug Catching contest) #012 Butterfree G: Route 2 S:National Park (Bug Catching contest) #013 Weedle G: National Park (Bug Catching contest) S:Routes 2, 30 Ilex Forest #014 Kakuna G: National Park (Bug Catching contest) S:Routes 2, 30 Ilex Forest #015 Beedrill G: National Park (Bug Catching contest) #016 Pidgey G/S: Routes 1, 29,30 #017 Pidgeotto G/S: Routes 8, 15, 43 #018 Pidgeot Evolves from Pidgeotto #019 Rattata G/S: Routes 1,22,29,30,31,32,33 #020 Raticate G/S: Burned Tower, Routes 7, 27, Union Cave #021 Spearow G/S: Routes 22, 33,42 #022 Fearow G/S: Routes 16, 17, 18 #023 Ekans G: Goldenrod City Game Corner S:Routes 3, 32,33 #024 Arbok G: Evolves from Ekans S:Routes 3, 4, 27 #025 Pikachu G/S: Route 2 #026 Raichu Evolves from Pikachu with Thunder Stone #027 Sandshrew G: Union Cave, Mt. Moon S:Goldenrod City Game Corner #028 Sandslash G: Routes 26, 27, Mt. Moon S:Evolves from Sandshrew #029 Nidoran(F) G/S: Routes 35, 36 #030 Nidorina G/S: Routes 13, 14, 15 #031 Nidoqueen Evolves from Nidoqueen #032 Nidoran(M) G/S: Routes 35, 36 #033 Nidorino G/S: Routes 13, 14 ,15 #034 Nidoking Evolves from Nidorino #035 Clefairy G/S: Mt. Moon #036 Clefable Evolves from Clefairy with Moon Stone #037 Vulpix G: Unavailable S:Routes 7, 8, 36, 37 #038 Ninetales Evolves from Vulpix with Fire Stone #039 Jigglypuff G/S: Routes 3,4 #040 Wigglytuff Evolves from Jigglypuff with Moon Stone #041 Zubat G/S: Routes 32, 33,Union Cave #042 Golbat G/S: Slowpoke Well, Victory Road #043 Oddish G/S: Routes 5, 6, Ilex Forest #044 Gloom G/S: Route 5 #045 Vileplume Evolves from Gloom with Leaf Stone #046 Paras G/S: Ilex Forest, National Park #047 Parasect Evolves from Paras #048 Venonat G/S: Routes 24, 25, 32, National Park #049 Venomoth G/S: Routes 24, 25, National Park #050 Diglett G/S: Diglett's Cave #051 Dugtrio G/S: Diglett's Cave #052 Meowth G: Unavailable S:Routes 5, 8, 39 #053 Persian G: Unavailable S:Route 7 #054 Psyduck G/S: Routes 6, 35, Ilex Forest #055 Golduck G/S: Mt.Silver, Routes 6, 35 #056 Mankey G: Routes 9, 42 S:Unavailable #057 Primeape G: Route 9 S:Unavailable #058 Growlithe G: Routes 7, 36, 37 S:Unavailable #059 Arcanine G: Evolves from Growlithe with Fire Stone #060 Poliwag G/S: Routes 22, 30, Ecruteak City(Using Super Rod) #061 Poilwhirl G/S: Route 30, Violet City #062 Poliwrath G/S: Evolves from Poliwhirl with Water Stone #063 Abra G/S: Routes 5, 24, 34 #064 Kadabra G/S: Route 8 #065 Alakazam G/S: Only Through Trade #066 Machop G/S: Mt. Mortar, Rock Tunnel #067 Machoke G/S: Mt. Mortar, Rock Tunnel #068 Machamp G/S: Only Through Trade #069 Bellsprout G/S: Routes 5, 24, 31, 32 #070 Weepinbell G/S: Routes 24, 25, 44 #071 VictreebellG/S: Evolves from Weepinbell with Leaf Stone #072 Tentacool G/S: Routes 12, 34 #073 Tentacruel G/S: Routes 12, 34 #074 Geodude G/S: Route 46, Dark Cave #075 Graveler G/S: Route 45, Dark Cave #076 Golem G/S: Only Through Trade #077 Ponyta G/S: Routes 26, 28, Mt. Silver #078 Rapidash G/S: Route 28, Mt. Silver #079 Slowpoke G/S: Slowpoke Well #080 Slowbro G/S: Slowpoke Well #081 Magnemite G/S: Routes 6, 11, 38 #082 Magneton G/S: Evolves from Magnemite #083 Farfetch'd G/S: Routes 38, 39 #084 Doduo G/S: Routes 22, 26, 27 #085 Dodrio G/S: Routes 26, 28 #086 Seel G/S: Whirl Island Caves #087 Dewgong G/S: Evolves from Seel #088 Grimer G/S: Routes 16, 17, 18 #089 Muk G/S: Routes 16, 17, 18 #090 Shellder Routes 20, 26 #091 Cloyster G/S: Evolves from Shellder with Water Stone #092 Gastly G/S: Tin Tower, Sprout Tower #093 Haunter G/S: Route 8 #094 Gengar G/S: Only Through Trade #095 Onix G/S: Union Cave, Victory Road #096 Drowzee G/S: Routes 11, 34, 35 #097 Hypno G/S: Route 11 #098 Krabby G/S: Route19, Whirl Island Caves #099 Kingler G/S: Routes 19, 40 #100 Voltorb G/S: Route 10, Olivine City #101 Electrode G/S: Mahogany Town (Rocket Hideout) #102 Exeggcute G/S: Forest Location:Trees (use headbutt) #103 Exeggutor G/S: Evolves from Exeggcute with Leaf Stone #104 Cubone G/S: Rock Tunnel #105 Marowak G/S: Rock Tunnel #106 Hitmonlee G/S: Evolves from Tyrogue #107 Hitmonchan G/S: Evolves from Tyrogue #108 Lickitung G/S: Route 44 #109 Koffing G/S: Burned Tower #110 Weezing G/S: Evolves from Koffing #111 Rhyhorn G/S: Victory Road #112 Rhydon G/S: Evovles from Rhyhorn #113 Chansey G/S: Route 13, 14,15 #114 Tangela G/S: Routes 21, 44 #115 Kangaskahn G/S: Rock Tunnel #116 Horsea G/S: Whirl Island Caves #117 Seadra G/S: Whirl Island Caves #118 Golden G/S: Routes 4, 25 #119 Seaking G/S: Routes 4, 25 #120 Staryu G/S: Routes 19, 34 #121 Starmie G/S: Evolves from Staryu with Water Stone #122 Mr. Mime G/S: Route 21 #123 Scyther G/S: National Park (Bug Catching contest) #124 Jynx G/S: Ice Path #125 Electabuzz G/S: Route 10 #126 Magmar G/S: Burned Tower #127 Pinsir G/S: National Park (Bug Catching contest) #128 Tauros G/S: Route 38,39 #129 Magikarp G/S: Route 43, Lake of Rage #130 Gyarados G/S: Lake of Rage #131 Lapras G/S: Union Cave(Friday) #132 Ditto G/S: Routes 34,35 #133 Eevee G/S: Goldenrod City, Celadon City #134 Vaporeon G/S: Evolves from Eevee with Water Stone #135 Jolteon G/S: Evolves from Eevee with Thunder Stone #136 Flareon G/S: Evolves from Eevee with Fire Stone #137 Porygon G/S: Goldenrod City Game Corner #138 Omanyte Not in Gold or Silver #139 Omastar Not in Gold or Silver #140 Kabuto Not in Gold or Silver #141 Kabutops Not in Gold or Silver #142 Aerodactyl G/S: Route 14 (Trade for Chansey) #143 Snorlax G/S: Vermilion City #144 Articuno Not in Gold or Silver #145 Zapdos Not in Gold or Silver #146 Moltres Not in Gold or Silver #147 Dratini G/S: Route 45, Dragon's Den #148 Dragonair G/S: Route 45, Dragon's Den #149 Dragonite G/S: Evolves from Dragonair #150 Mewtwo Not in Gold or Silver #151 Mew Not in Gold or Silver #152 Chikorita G/S: New Bark Town #153 Bayleef G/S: Evolves from Chikorita #154 Meganium G/S: Evolves from Bayleef #155 Cyndaquil G/S: New Bark Town #156 Quilava G/S: Evolves from Cyndaquil #157 Typhlosion G/S: Evolves from Quilava #158 Tododile G/S: New Bark Town #159 Croconaw G/S: Evolves from Tododile #160 Feraligatr G/S: Evolves from Croconaw #161 Sentret G/S: Routes 1, 29 #162 Furret G/S: Route 1 #163 Hoothoot G/S: Routes 1, 29, 30, 31, 35, 36, 37 #164 Noctowl G/S: Routes 2, 14, 43 #165 Ledyba G: Unavailable S:Routes 2, 30, 37 #166 Ledian G: Unavailable S:Route 2 #167 Spinarak G: Routes 2, 30, 37 S:Unavailable #169 Ariados G: Route 2 S:Unavailable #170 Chinchou G/S: (While Fishing) Routes 20, 41 #171 Lanturn G/S: Evolves from Chinchou #172 Pichu G/S: Breed Pikachu with Ditto #173 Cleffa G/S: Breed Clefairy with Ditto #174 Igglybuff G/S: Breed Jigglypuff with Ditto #175 Togepi G/S: From Professor Elm's Aide #176 Togetic G/S: Evolves from Togepi #177 Natu G/S: Ruins of Alph #178 Xatu G/S: Evolves from Natu #179 Mareep G/S: Routes 32, 42, 43 #180 Flaafy G/S: Evolves from Mareep #181 Ampharos G/S: Evolves from Flaafy #182 Bellossom G/S: Evolves from Gloom with Sun Stone #183 Marill G/S: Mt. Mortar #184 Azumarill G/S: Evolves from Marill #185 Sudowoodo G/S: Route 36 (Squitrbottle) #186 Politoed G/S: Evolves from Poliwhirl Only Through Trade with King's Rock #187 Hoppip G/S: Routes 13, 32, 33 #188 Skiploom G/S: Evolves from Hoppip #189 Jumpluff G/S: Evolves from Skiploom #190 Aipom G/S: Mountain Locations:Trees(use headbutt) #191 Sunkern G/S: Route 24 #192 Sunflora G/S: Evolves from Sunkern with Sun Stone #193 Yanma G/S: Route 35 #194 Wooper G/S: Route 32, Union Cave #195 Quagsire G/S: Route 10, 27, 32 #196 Espeon G/S: Evolves from Eevee #197 Umbreon G/S: Evolves from Eevee #198 Murkrow G/S: Routes 7, 16 #199 Slowking G/S: Evolves from Slowbro Only Through Trade with King's Rock #200 Misdreavus G/S: Mt. Silver Caves #201 Unown G/S: Ruins of Alph #202 Wobbuffet G/S: Dark Cave #203 Girafarig G/S: Route 43 #204 Pineco G/S: Forest Locations(use headbutt) #205 Forretress G/S: Evolves from Pineco #206 Dunsparce G/S: Dark Cave #207 Gligar G: Route 45 S:Unavailable #208 Steelix G/S: Evolves from Onix Only Through Trade with Metal Coat #209 Snubbull G/S: Route 38 #210 Granbull G/S: Evolves from Snubbull #211 Quilfish G/S: Routes 1, 13, 32 (while fishing) #212 Scizor G/S: Evolves from Scyther Only Through Trade with Metal Coat #213 Shuckle G/S: Cianwood City #214 Heracross G/S: Mountain Locations(use headbutt) #215 Sneasel G/S: Route 28, Mt. Silver #216 Teddiursa G: Route 45 S:Unavailable #217 Ursaring G: Route 28, Victory Road #218 Slugma G/S: Routes 16, 17, 18 #219 Magcargo G/S: Evolves from Slugma #220 Swinub G/S: Ice Path #221 Piloswine G/S: Evolves from Swinub #222 Corsola G/S: Routes 18, 34(while fishing) #223 Remoraid G/S: Route 44(while fishing) #224 Octillery G/S: Evolves from Remoraid #225 Delibird G: Unavailable S:Ice Path #226 Mantine G: Route 41 S:Unavailable #227 Skarmory G: Unavailable S:Route 45 #228 Houndour G/S: Route 7 #229 Houndoom G/S: Evolves from Houndour #230 Kingdra G/S: Evolves from Seadra Only Through Trade with Dragon Scale #231 Phanpy G: Unavailable S:Route 45 #232 Donphan G: Unavailable S:Route 28, Victory Road #233 Porygon2 G/S: Evolves from Porygon Only Through Trade With Up-Grade #234 Stantler G/S: Routes 36, 37 #235 Smeargle G/S: Ruins of Alph #236 Tyrogue G/S: Mt. Mortar #237 Hitmontop G/S: Evolves from Tyrogue #238 Smoochum G/S: Breed Jynx and Ditto #239 Elekid G/S: Breed Electabuzz and Ditto #240 Magby G/S: Breed Magmar and Ditto #241 Miltank G/S: Routes 38, 39 #242 Blissey G/S: Evolves from Chansey #243 Raikou G/S: After you visit the Burned Tower it'll roam around Johto #244 Entei G/S: After you visit the Burned Tower it'll roam around Johto #245 Suicine G/S: After you visit the Burned Tower it'll roam around Johto #246 Larvitar G/S: Mt. Silver Caves #247 Pupitar G/S: Evolves from Larvitar #248 Tyranitar G/S: Evolves from Pupitar #249 Lugia G/S: Whirl Island Caves after you get Silver Wing #250 Ho-oh G/S: Tin Tower after you get Rainbow Wing #251 Celebi Not in Gold or Silver

Free haircut

Sent in by John Cox If you go to ash's (red's) house from 3:00PM to 4.00 any day of the week and talk to red's mom you will get a free haircut.

Unown Puzzle Solutions

Sent in by Andrew Puzzle #1-----Kabuto Puzzle #2-----Omanyte Puzzle #3-----Ho-Oh Puzzle #4-----Aerodactyl

Secial Apricorn Pokeballs

Sent in by Andrew White Apricorn---Fastball Red Apricorn-----Levelball Blue Apricorn----Lureball Pink Apricorn----Loveball Black Apricorn---Heavyball Green Apricorn---Friendball Yellow Apricorn--Moonball

Easy level up

Sent in by Andrew Put a weak Pokemon up in front of your team, then switch to get a stronger Pokemon to fight the battle. Now both Pokemon will get exp.

The 3 secret sisters

Sent in by Andrew Go to the route right before Goldenrod City. Go on surf on the water and go all the way down. There 3 sisters you will fight. You also get a good prize for finding them.

More Masterballs

Sent in by Andrew Go to the radio station in Goldenrod City. If you match the lucky number you win a Masterball!

HM01 Cut

Sent in by Jrmastermk@aol.com To get HM01 you must go the the Ilex Forest. Talk to the first person you see. He will tell you that he lost his Farfech'd and his master will be mad. You need to find the Farfech'd. You must get behind the Farfech'd and chase it toward the guy. Then when you get back, his master will be there. Talk to him and he'll give you HM01.

Radio card

Sent in by Victreebel To get the radio card, go to the radio tower in Goldenrod City and talk to the green-haired girl at the counter. Answer her questions correctly and you'll get the card, which allows you to listen to the radio on your Poke Gear.

Tips on beating the Gym Leaders

Sent in by Victreebel Falkner - He uses Flying-types. A Geodude with Rock Throw (it learns it at level 11) works very well here. You can also trade a Bellsprout for an Onix, who also works well against Flying-types, in Violet City. Bugsy - His Pokemon are Bug-type, so hit them with Fire, Flying, or Poison attacks. Cyndaquil, Pidgey, Spearow, Hoothoot, and Beedrill all work well here. Scyther is Flying as well as Bug, so Electricity and Rock attacks will also work. Whitney - This is a pretty tough one. Her Pokemon are all Normal-types, which are only weak to Fighting. However, there aren't any Fighting types this early in the game (unless you trade), so go with Rock types, or a Ghost-type with non-Ghost attacks. Morty - He has Ghost types. Dark and Bug types will work well here. Since all of his Pokemon are Poison as well as Ghost, Ground and Psychic attacks will work, too. Chuck - His Pokemon are all Fighting types, which are weak against Psychic and Flying. Ghost types are also good choices, because they're immune to Fighting type attacks. You can also use Grass or Electricity against the part-Water Poliwrath. Jasmine - She uses one of the new Pokemon types, Steel. Steel is resistant to all kinds of stuff, so a lot of your attacks won't work, but they are weak against Fighting and Fire. Ground will also work against the two Magnemites. Pryce - He has Ice types. Most people think you need to use a Fire type here, but almost all Ice-types have a second type that is resistant to Fire (in this case, Water and Ground). Rock is also strong against Ice, but since most Rock-types are weak against Ice, that wouldn't be a good choice either. The easiest way to beat this gym is to simply zap Seel and Dewgong with Electric attacks and use Grass or Water against the Piloswine. Clair - The last gym leader, she uses Dragon-types. Dragons are only weak to Ice and other Dragons, so go into the nearby Ice Cave and catch a Jynx, Swinub, or any other Ice-type and raise it until it learns some powerful Ice moves. Watch out for Kingdra; its added Water type makes it quite resistant to Ice. Its only weakness is Dragon-types, but since there aren't many of those around, it's better to just attack it with the strongest Normal-type attacks you have.

Mystery Gift

Sent in by Jonathan 1) Play until you reach Goldenrod. 2) Go to the 5th floor of the Mart 3) She will tells you about with a simple beep, you'll get a mystery gift ability. Save your game right after she says that. 4) Turn off your game and start it up again. 5) Go to the menu (with Continue, New Game, etc.) and you will see a mystery gift. 6) Hook up with a friend using the infrared connector (must have Game Boy Color), and get a mystery gift. NOTE: You can do it with the same person once every day, and up to 5 people daily. It'll usually be decorations for your room, but sometimes cool times.

Elite Four Tips

Sent in by Jonathan If you have no Pokemon above 60, it would be wise to do shopping first. I suggest buying 3 to 6 revives and 5 to 10 Hyper Potions. It will come in handy. You will be reimbursed big time when you beat them. Know your opponents. Know their Pokemon they use and what is good against them. It is usually good to know what they use first and what move. For instance, Lance uses Gyarados first, and he always does Rain Dance (I use the Silver version, so if you have Gold, it might be different, I have no idea!). If you usually go first of the Pokemon, you know to do a high powered move. If you have a weaker Pokemon, on the second move, you could do a self-healing move or something. Heal when you need to! Since mainly you don't have all six of your Pokemon above 40 or 50 when you reach the Elite Four at first. So, when you are almost faint or already fainted, switch to a weak Pokemon you know can't do squat against the Elite Four, and put a revive or hyper potion on them. Use a great type-difference Pokemon! Fire against water, Water against fire and rock, etc., etc., etc.! This really helps. Use your breaks! If your Pokemon are looking pretty low after a trainer, heal them, or whatever. And remember to save.

Set time

Press Down + Select + B at the title screen. Enter your trainer ID as the password and you can change the time.

King's Symbol

Go to the town where you had to rescue the Slowpokes from the Rockets. Enter the cave where you got the Slowpokes from the two Rockets. Use Strength and push the boulder, then Surf in the pond. Find the ladder, go to it, and Surf. Talk to everyone there in that part of the cave. Someone will give you the King's Symbol.

Duplicate Items/Clone Pokemon

Go to a PC, and save. Attach the item you want to duplicate to the Pokemon you want to clone. Deposit it into the PC. Change boxes. When the screen is saying "Saving the game..." Turn off your GB. Turn it back on. You should have the deposited Pokemon in the PC, and a clone of it in your lineup. The item will either be on both monsters, or in your Backpack. Note: While doing this code, DO NOT withdraw any Pokemon. When the Game Boy is turned back on, you'll find that the withdrawn Pokemon has been deleted. Note: You can duplicate up to 5 items/Pokemon at a time.

Annon Pokedex

First, solve the Kabuto puzzle, which you should know how to get to. The rest will require the HM for Surf, found in Enjyu City, TM 08 (Rock Breaker), and the HM for Strength. Surf down by the Ancient Ruins (below Kickyou City) and solve the puzzle there. The puzzles should be somewhat easy. Just put in the corner pieces first. Then, go to the Connection Cave. Walk around and find the Pokemaniac. If you have not defeated him, fight him. Then Surf in the waters near him. You will have to return here twice. Break the rock you find, and solve the puzzle. Then return, move the boulder, and solve the last puzzle. Catch the different Annon, then exit the ruins. Talk to the scientist near the cave and he will give you a complimentary Annon Pokedex.

Anno'un Music

While in the Alpha Ruins southeast of Kikyou city go to the Pokegear option in the menu screen. Go to the radio option and on the fourteenth to the twentieth channel you can find a station Called ??????. That is the Ann'oun Music. It can only be heard at Alpha Ruins.

?????? Station

When in the Alpha Ruins, tuning into the ????? station makes it easier for you to find the unknown Pokemonm makes them easier to catch, or makes you feel scared and alone.

Pokemon Locations

Ho-oh -- There is only one Ho-oh in Gold and Silver, so make sure you catch it. You can find it on top of the Tin Tower, but you'll need the Rainbow Wing to go up there. You get the Rainbow Wing from the Radio Station Manager in Goldenrod City (Gold version) or the old man in Pewter City (Silver version). Lugia -- You can find Lugia in Whirl Island, off Route 41. You'll need to know the HM 06 Whirpool technique to get in as well as the Silver Wing. You can find the latter in Pewter City (Gold) or the Radio Station in Goldenrod City (Silver). Chikorita, Totodile, Cyndaquil -- These are the three starting Pokemon in Gold/Silver. You have to pick one of the three, if you want the others, you'll have to trade with a friend. Entei, Suicune, Raiko -- Dogs, cats, what are they? Who cares! They're cool and they're exceedingly rare. To catch these guys, go to the Burned Tower in Ecruteak City. When you get close to them, they will run away. After this brief encounter, these fast creatures will roam around Johto. So where do you find them? Check your Pokedex and have some Fast Balls ready. Togepi -- Professor Elm's assistant will give you an egg in Violet City after you beat the Gym Leader there. It will hatch into Togepi. Tyrogue -- You can get this young Fighting Pokemon from Blackbelt Kyo (if you have an empty slot in your party) in Mt. Mortar, or simply breed one using Hitmonchan or Hitmonlee and a Ditto. Sudowoodo -- This odd Rock type blocks your way on Route 36 (just like Snorlax). Use the Squirtbottle from Goldenrod City to battle it. Porygon -- You can get Porygon for 9,999 coins in the Celadon City Game Corner. Snorlax -- Snorlax is blocking the way into Diglett's Cave. Use the Poke Flute to wake it up. Eevee -- Apart from winning an Eevee in Pokemon Stadium or the Celadon City Game Corner, you can also get one at Bill's House. Aerodactyl -- There is only one Aerodactyl in Gold/Silver, but it's not that hard to get. Catch a Chansey and trade with the girl on Route 14 to get it. Aerodactyl -- There is only one Aerodactyl in the game, but it is not that difficult to get. Catch a Chansey and trade with the girl on Route 14 to get it. Buruki -- In the town with the fourth gym, go inside the second cave and turn to the right and SURF. Go to the top and enter another cave that is there. Make your way around the mazes and talk to the karate character that is there. Defeat him and to will get Buruki. Note: Make sure you have an open space in your Pokemon holder. Denryuu -- If you want a Pokemon rumored to be a pre-evolution of Dratini (Denryuu), do not try to de-evolve Dratini. Instead, go to the route after Kickyou City towards the Connection Cave, and try to capture the electric sheep, Meripu. Let it grow to level 15. It will evolve into a pink sheep. Train it to level 30, and to get Denryuu. Gold Gyarados -- Go to the fourth gym and SURF right all the way. You will SURF in the water should see a Gyarados. Battle it, and it will be golden. Haganal -- Equip the Metal Coat on Onix and trade it to another Game Boy. It will evolve into Haganal. Kirehana -- Give Gloom a Solar Stone and it will evolve into a Kirehana. You cannot evolve Kirehana into Vileplume. Lapras -- Enter the cave in the second city and SURF. You should be able to see Lapras. There is only one. Lugia (Silver version) -- Learn HM06 (Whirlpool) and go to the place where you received the fifth badge. Destroy a whirlpoor and enter the cave. Go through the maze and you will reach Lugia. Lugia (Gold version) -- Go to Pewter City and talk to the old man. He will give you a silver feather. Now, go to the place where Lugia is located in the Gold version to find it. Kingdra -- Equip Seadra with the Symbol of King, and then trade it. Kirehana -- Give Gloom a Solar Stone and it will evolve into Kirehana. Note: You cannot evolve Kirehana into Vileploom. Magikarp, Golden -- Breed the Golden Gyarados with a regular Gyarados to get a Golden Magikarp. Muchuru -- Breed Jynx with anything that has the same symbol while looking at your party to get Muchuru. Pikachu -- Transfer a Pikachu from Pokemon Yellow into the game. It should have an item directly translated to "Electric Ball". Equip it to any Pikachu, and its special attack will double. Silver Ryhorn -- Go to the cave where you go to get to the Elite Five. You should encounter a silver Ryhorn. Siczor -- Get the Metal Coat and have Scyther hold it. Trade Onix to another Game Boy Color and it will evolve into Siczor. There is only one Metal Coat in the game. Slowking -- Equip Slowpoke with the Symbol of King, and then trade it. Steelix -- Get the Metal Coat and have Onix hold it. Trade Onix to another Game Boy Color and it will evolve into Steelix. There is only one Metal Coat in the game. Sudowoodo -- This odd Rock type blocks your way on Route 36 (just like Snorlax). Use the Squirtbottle from Goldenrod City to battle it. Tyrouge -- Use the following trick to getting all Tyrouge evolutions. Get Tyrouge and raise its attack level higher than its defense. Then, raise it to Lv. 20. It will evolve into Hitmonchan. Breed this Hitmonchan with a Ditto to hatch another Tyrouge. This time, raise its defense higher than its attack. It should evolve into Hitmonlee at Lv. 20. Once again, breed it with a Ditto to hatch yet another Tyrouge. Raise its defense and offense to be equal and evolve him at Lv. 20. This hatching trick may also be done with Eevee (Flareon, Jolteon, Vaporeon, Espeon, and Umbreon); Poliwhirl (Poliwrath and Politoed); and Gloom (Vileplume and Bellosom). Togepi -- Defeat the first gym and go into the Pokecenter. Talk to the scientist and he will give you a egg. After 5,000 steps, it will hatch into Togepi. Yadoking -- Equip Symbol Of King on Slowpoke and trade it into another Game Boy. It will evolve into Yadoking.

Three legendary dogs

When in Azlea town, go into the burned tower. Choose the path to the left, smash the cracked rock, and proceed forward. Do not drop into the hole next to the trainer yet. You will see a hole exactly in the middle of the tower. Drop down and walk ahead. The dogs will be on a platform. When you step nearby, they will run in three directions. Go look for them in the wild. When you encounter one, it will be at level 40 but will run as soon as possible. Try to put it to sleep. If you manage to damage one of them, their health will be like that the next time you encounter them. Also, after it runs away you can check the next place it has gone to. Note: If you use FLY or enter a new town or cave, it will jump to a new random place -- keep using fly until it is outside the town that you are at. The dogs cannot jump into Kanto -- they stay in the Jhoto region.

Breeding evolutions

At the Daycare Center south of Goldenrod City on Route 33, you can give a male Pokemon and a female Pokemon to the keepers to breed new Pokemon. Eleckid: Breed two Electabuzzes. Magar: Breed two Magmars. Magikarp (Golden): Breed a Gyarados with the Red Gyarados Pi: Breed two Clefairies. Pichu: Breed two Pikachus. Pinsir: Breed a Venonat. Pipurin: Breed two Jigglypuffs. Snubbull: Breed a Clefairy with a Snubbull. Tyrogue: Breed a Hitmonchan or Hitmonlee. Breed without the other half: You do not need another of the same Pokemon to breed. Get the Pokemon you want to breed and put it as male or female. Get Ditto, place it with male or female, and let the breeding begin.

Double experience and faster level ups

After capturing or defeating the Red Gyarados at the Lake of Rage, you will receive a Red Scale. Take it to Mr. Pokemon on Route 30 and he will give you the Experience Share. Equip that to the Pokemon you want to level up and it so it will be the first one out in a battle. Once in a battle, try to win the battle only by using that Pokemon. That Pokemon will then get the experience for winning the battle, then the same amount for having the Experience Share equipped (double experience). This works better if it is a Pokemon that you obtained from a trade. You will then get Boosted Experience two times instead of one.

Items from Time Capsule Pokemon

When you use the Time Capsule to trade with the older games, every Pokemon that comes from the Red, Blue, or Yellow version will have an item equipped with them. Some will just have berries, but others have better things.

Shiny Pokemon

If you want the full benefit of this tip, use a Pokemon that can evolve. Otherwise, there will be some confusion with names and so forth. First, place a flying Pokemon that has been taught FLY as the first Pokemon in your lineup, the "Golden Gyarados" as the sixth position, and the Pokemon whose color is to be changed in the second position. After doing this, put all of the Pokemon back into the PC except the first one. Next, take out the pokemon that was in the second position before, the one that will be changed. Enter the bug-catching contest that is near Kogane city. This is held on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays. As soon as you enter it, exit right away. When the clerk asks you if you want to quit, make sure you say NO, which is always the lower answer. Now use your Flying Pokemon to FLY out of the contest. Store the Pokemon that will be changed in a PC, then go back to the contest and say YES, the top answer, to complete the contest. Return to a PC, withdraw the Pokemon, and check its status screen. The Pokemon will be a different color, but it will have Gyarados's name. Grow the Pokemon until it evolves. You may want to use Rare Candies if you have any. Now when you go into battle with the evolved form of the original Pokemon, it will have a shining status.

Trade Evolutions

There are a couple of Pokemon that only evolve when traded with another trainer. Some trade evolutions also require that the Pokemon holds a certain item when traded. Here's the list: Kadabra - Alakazam Graveler - Golem Haunter - Gengar Machoke - Machamp Poliwhirl - Politoed (hold King's Rock) Onix - Steelix (hold Metal Coat) Scyther - Scizor (hold Metal Coat) Porygon - Porygon2 (hold Up-Grade) Slowpoke - Slowking (hold King's Rock) Seadra - Kingdra (hold Dragon Scale)

Trade-Only Pokemon

Gold Version: The following Pokemon are not available in Pokemon Gold and have to be traded from Silver, Red, Blue or Yellow: Bulbasaur, Ivysaur and Venusaur Squirtle, Wartortle and Blastoise Charmander, Charmeleon and Charizard Kabuto and Kabutops Omanyte and Omastar Vulpix and Ninetales Meowth and Persian Phanpy and Donphan Ledyba and Ledian Skarmory Delibird Articuno Zapdos Moltres Mewtwo Mew Silver Version: The following Pokemon are not available in Pokemon Silver and have to be traded from Gold, Red, Blue or Yellow: Bulbasaur, Ivysaur and Venusaur Squirtle, Wartortle and Blastoise Charmander, Charmeleon and Charizard Kabuto and Kabutops Omanyte and Omastar Mankey and Primeape Growlithe and Arcanine Teddiursa and Ursaring Spinarak and Ariados Gligar Mantine Articuno Zapdos Moltres Mewtwo Mew

Masterball

Once you collect all eight badges, Professor Elm will give you a ring. Visit him at his lab to get a Masterball.

Charcoal

Charcoal can be bought in Azaela Town. Charcoal powers up fire attacks.

Hard Stone

Hard Stone can be found on Thursday on route 36. This powers up rock attacks.

Miracle Seed

Miracle Seed can be received from a man on route 32. It powers up grass type attacks.

Mystic Water

Mystic Water can be found in Cherrygrove City. After you get surf, go west and surf to the fisherman he will give you Mystic Water, which powers up water attacks. Information in this section was contributed by Cambothugboy.

Nevermeltice

Nevermeltice can be found in the Ice Path. It powers up ice attacks.

Pink Bow

Pink Bow can be received from the lady at the Radio Tower after you defeat the seventh Gym in Johto and clear the event that follows. Pink Bow powers up normal attacks.

Sharp Beak

In Olivine City on Mondays, go out to the shore and talk to the person who is not normally there. She will give you a Sharp Beak. Sharp Beak powers up flying attacks.

Defeating Ash

Create a Pokemon team with different types, with Grass, Psychic, Devil, Fire, Water, and Steel recommended. Each Pokemon should be level 65 or higher. If not, make sure you have a large amount of Hyper Potions and Revives.

Enjyu City battle (Gold version)

When you go to Enjyu City, go to the tower and your rival will appear, but will not battle. However, if you first heal your Pokemon at the Pokemon Center, defeat the Ghost Gym Leader, and then go to that tower, your rival will talk to you and fights.

Kanto

Go to New Bark town. Find the water by your house. SURF right and keep going in that direction until you find land. You will then be in Kanto.

Female Mr. Mime (Gold version)

Go to Saffron City before fighting Sabrina. Challenge Sabrina to discover that her Mr. Mime is female.

Unlimited Nuts, Ant. Nuts, or Conf. Nuts

Go to the plant with the desired nut and take the nut. Call someone (it does not matter who), then take another nut. You can do this as many times as needed.

Ecruteak City gym

To get to the gym leader Morty in Ecruteak City, you have to travel in the shape of an "S". Start directly in front of the first man. Then, walk to the top of the right trophy. Walk up to the old lady. Then, walk over until you are at the point where if you go up to the second old man that you will be directly in front of him, and go up. Then walk straight over to the second old lady. Finally, go straight up and you will be at Morty.

New Poke Balls

You can give Apricorns to the Poke Ball maker in Azalea Town to get new types of Poke Balls. White Apricorn Fast Ball; Good for catching Pokemon that try to escape from battle quickly. Red Apricorn Level Ball: If your Pokemon's level is significantly higher than the wild Pokemon's, it will be an easy catch. Blue Apricorn Lure Ball: Good for catching Water types when fishing. Pink Apricorn Love Ball: If the wild Pokemon's gender is opposite that of your Pokemon's you will have an easier catch. Black Apricorn Heavy Ball: Big enough to catch heavy Pokemon like Snorlax. Green Apricorn Friend Ball: Pokemon caught with Friend Balls will become very attached to their trainer. Good for Chansey (if you want it to evolve into Blissey). Yellow Apricorn Moon Ball: Good for catching Pokemon that evolve with Moon Stones, like Clefairy and Jigglypuff.

Monorail ticket

Go to Saffron City and talk to the girl copy cat. FLY to Vermilion City and talk to everyone in the house where you received the bike voucher. Someone will give you the Clefairy doll. Take it to the copycat and to get the monorail ticket.

Metal Coat

Collect all eight badges, then talk to Professor Utigi (the person from the start of the game). He will give you the S.S. Anne ticket. Go to the city where at the Gym Leader was at first not there. Go inside the house at the shore, the person will let you go through, and you will be on the S.S. Anne. You will meet a man that wants you to find his daughter on the ship. You can find her with the captain. Return her to her father, then go back and talk to the captain to receive the Metal Coat.

Breed without the other half

You do not need another of the same Pokemon to breed. Get the Pokemon you want to breed and put it as male or female. Get Ditto, place it with the male or female, and let the breeding begin.

Pokemon that can't produce eggs

Unown Igglybuff Togepi Cleffa Tyrogue Smoochum Elekid Magby Articuno Zapdos Moltres Mewtwo Mew Raikou Entei Suicune Nidorina Nidoqueen Pichu Lugia Ho-oh

Gym Leader tactics (Gold version)

Use the following Pokemon types to battle the indicated Gym Leaders. Hayato (for Wind Badge) Pidgey: Use Electric type Pidgeotto: Use Electric type Unknown (for Insect Badge) Metapod: Use Fire type Kakuna: Use Fire type Scyther: Use Fire type Akane (for Normal Badge) Clefairy: Use Psychic type Mirutanku: Use Psychic type Unknown (for Phantom Badge) Ghastly: Use Psychic type Haunter: Use Psychic type Gengar: Use Psychic type Haunter: Use Psychic type Unknown (for Shock Badge) Primeape: Use Psychic type Poliwrath: Use Grass type Mikan (for Steel Badge) Magnemite: Use Fighting type Magnemite: Use Fighting type Haganail: Use Fighting type Unknown (for Ice Badge) Seel: Use Electric type Dewgong: Use Electric type Inomu: Use Electric type Ibuki (for Raging Badge) Dragonair: Use Fire type Dragonair: Use Fire type Kingudora: Use Fire type Dragonite: Use Fire type Lt. Surge (for Orange Badge) Raichu: Use Fighting type Magneton: Use Fighting type Electabuzz: Use Fighting type Electrode: Use Fighting type Electrode: Use Fighting type Sabrina (for Gold Badge) Mr.Mime: Use Psychic type Alakazam: Use Psychic type Eifi: Use Psychic type Erika (for Rainbow Badge) Tangela: Use Fire type Victreebell: Use Fire type Vileplume: Use Fire type ????: Use Fire type Anzu Kurobatto: Use Psychic or Fire type Ariadosu: Use Psychic or Fire type Weezing: Use Psychic type Weezing: Use Psychic type Venomoth: Use Fire type Brock Graveler: Use Grass type Onix: Use Grass type Rhyhorn: Use Grass type Omastar: Use Grass type Kabutops: Use Grass type Blane Magakarugo: Use Water type Rapidash: Use Water type Magmar: Use Water type Gary Pidgeot: Use Electric type Alakazam: Use Psychic type Exeguttor: Use Fire type Rhydon: Use Grass type Arcanine: Use Water type Ash Ketchum (Final battle for bragging rights) Pikachu: Use Fighting type Efi: Use Psychic type Blastiose: Use Electric type Venusaur: Use Fire type Charizard: Use Water type Snorlax: Use Fighting type

Orange League Trainer tactics (Gold version)

Use the following Pokemon types to battle the indicated Trainer. Itkusi Neiteio: Use Psychic or Fire type Slowbro: Use Psychic type Neiteio: Use Psychic or Fire type Jynx: Use Psychic type Exeggutor: Use Fire type Koga Araidosu: Use Psychic or Fire type Venomoth: Use Fire type Muk: Use Psychic type Kuroba: Use Psychic or Fire type Fuoretosu: Use Psychic or Fire type Bruno Kaporea: Use Psychic or Grass type Hitmonchan: Use Psychic type Hitmonlee: Use Psychic type Machamp: Use Psychic type Onix: Use Grass type Karin Burakki: Use Psychic or Fire type Vileplume: Use Fire type Gengar: Use Psychic type Yamikarasu: Use Psychic or Fire type Heruga: Use Psychic or Fire type Lance Gyrados: Use Grass type Dragonite: Use Electric type Dragonite: Use Electric type Dragonite: Use Electric type Aerodactyl: Use Grass type Charizard: Use Water type


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