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 Pokemon Crystal - Platform: Gameboy Color

 
   
 
 
Pokemon Crystal - Platform: Gameboy Color

How to get ho-oh:
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Catch all three legendery dogs. 
How to get Rainbow Wing:
After you catch all three dogs, go to Pewter City and a guy who gave you 
the Silver Wing will give you Rainbow Wing.

Find Pokemon without moving:
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You can use Sweeet Scent in the grass to find a wild pokemon without moving.


Aipom:
------
Go to the area between Mahogany and Blackthorn. Headbutt every 
tree possible. Eventually a sleeping Aipom at level 10 will fall 
from it.

Caterpie, shiny:
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You can find a red Caterpie in the Irex Forest near the entrance.

On Route 2, there is a small patch of grass. Search it to find a 
red Caterpie. 

Chinchou, shiny:
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Use the Super Rod on Route 27.

Clefairy: Dancing:
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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). 

Donphan:
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Go directly south of Blackthorn and search in that location.

Dratini:
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Go into the house in Dragon Den and answer all the questions correctly. 
He will give you a Dratini.

Dratini, shiny:
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A shiny Dratini can be found in Dragon's Den.

Drowzee, shiny:
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You can catch a purple Drowzee on Route 34.
One can be found on the route directly north of Goldenrod City. 
It should be purple.

Dunsparce:
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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.

Eevee:
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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

Exeggcute, shiny:
-----------------
A shiny Exeggcute can be found just northwest of Violet City. 
There is a sign just outside of the city that reads "Route 36". 
Take three steps left and go straight ahead. Headbutt the tree and 
expect a shiny Exeggcute to appear after awhile. 
Note: It takes more than one headbutt to find it.

Electabuzz, shiny:
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You can catch a shiny Electabuzz near the power plant. 
It is better to catch it at night.

Entine:
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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. 

Espeon:
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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're doing well.

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.

Gastly:
You can find a wild Gastly in the grass on routes 30 and 31.

Geodude, shiny:
You can catch a shiny Geodude in Mount Moon.

Gligar, shiny:
The shiny Gligar only appears at night at the place under 
Blackthorn City.

Golbat, shiny:
One can be found inside Mt. Silver on the second floor. 
It should be either green, bright blue, or yellow.

Golduck:
You can encounter Golduck surfing in Ilex forest, 
and along route 35.

Graveler, shiny:
One can be found on the route directly south of Blackthorn City. 
It should be red.

Growlithe, shiny:
You can find a shiny Growlithe on Route 35, where bug catcher 
Arnie is located. It is usually gold.

Ho-oh:
To catch Ho-oh you must get the Rainbow Wing.

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.

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.

Hoothoot, shiny:
On Route 30, just below Mr. Pokemon's house, is a level 4,male albino 
Hoothoot. The chances of finding it are quite slim, but worth the effort. 

Houndoom:
To get a very powerful Houndoom, defeat the Elite Four. 
 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.

Kakuna, shiny:
You can find a blue Kakuna in Ilex Forest.

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.

Legendary Birds:
You have to transfer Articuno, Zapdos, and Moltres from Pokemon Red, 
Blue, or Yellow to get them.

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. 

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.

To capturing 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. 

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.

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. 

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.

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.

Magikarp, shiny:
Catch the shiny Gyrados at the Lake Of Rage. Then, catch another Gyrados. 
Breed both Gyrados. The egg may hatch into a shiny Magikarp, but the odds 
of this happening are low.

Mareep, shiny:
You can find a shiny Mareep on Route 32.
Information in this section was contributed by BBTWG. 

Marill:
There are Marill at Mount Mortar. You will need a Super Rod to catch one.

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.
Meowth, shiny:
Go just east of Celadon City and look in the small patch of grass at night. 

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.

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.

Nidoran (male), shiny:
There is a chance you can find a shiny Nidoran (male) in the National 
Park in Goldenrod City. 

Phanpy:
Go directly south of Blackthorn and search in that location.

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. 

Pidgey, shiny:
You can find a Golden Pidgey on Route 2.

Pineco:
Go to Ilex Forest at night. Headbutt a tree just next to a trainer Pineco 
should appear.

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.

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.

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.

Poliwag:
You can find a wild Poliwag in the grass on Routes 30 and 31.

Poliwhirl, shiny:
A shiny, light blue Poliwhirl can be found at the Mt. Silver area, 
just below the Pokemon Center.

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.

Psyduck:
You can find a wild Psyduck on Routes 34 and 35 and in the ILex Forest.

Psyduck, shiny:
You can catch a shiny Psyduck above Saffron City in the water to the 
bottom left.

Raticate, shiny:
A shiny Raticate appears on Route 38 on Sunday at 9:52. 

Rattata, shiny:
This Pokemon can be found at night on Route 34. It is stronger than a 
normal Rattata, but it starts off at level 11. 
You can also find a shiny Rattata on Route 22.
You can find a silvery Rattata at night directly above Pallet Town 
(Route1). It will be at level 3.

Rhyhorn, shiny:
You can find a red Rhyhorn on Victory Road which is stronger than 
the normal version.

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.

Seaking, shiny:
A shiny Seaking can be found at Tohjo Falls.

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.

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. 

Skarmory:
Go directly south of Blackthorn and search in that location.

Slowbro, shiny:
A shiny Slowbro can be found at Tohjo Falls.

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.

Smoochum, shiny:
When you get an egg from the Daycare Center, you have a chance at it being 
a Smoochum. If it is a Smoochum, it has a 50% chance at being shiny.


Sneasel:
You can encounter Sneasel by the end of Ice Cave, although they are very 
difficult to find.

Spearow, shiny:
Headbutt the trees in Route 29. 

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.

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.
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.

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.

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.

Tangela, shiny:
A level 35, yellowish-green shiny Tangela can be found by surfing to the grassy 
area just below Pallet Town. Note: You must search the area at night.

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.

Tyranitar:
Tyranitar can be found inside the Silver Cave. He will be hard to find and may 
take at least 25 minutes. Ride your bike around in circles just before you enter 
the room where Red (Ash) is located.

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're doing well.

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. 

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.

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.

Venomoth, shiny:
A blue Venomoth can be found in Route 12.

Wepenbell, shiny:
Go north of Cerulan City, turn left, and go down through the grass. You can only find 
the Wepenbell in the afternoon.

Wooper, shiny:
Go to the Ruins of Alph between 7 p.m. and 9 p.m. You may find a shiny Wooper 
above the Aerodactyl puzzle (outside the puzzle in the water ).

Zubat, shiny:
Go to Whirl Islands and search around. When you least expect it, a shiny Zubat w
ill appear. This Zubat will keep evolving until it is a pinkish Crobat. It is very 
strong.


Breeding partners:
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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. 

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.

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.

Evolve by trading:
Machoke, Kadabra, Haunter, and Graveler will evolve by trading via a game link 
cable.

Hidden items
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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. 
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.
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 



 

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