Crystal Information

Move List
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Move Type PP Power Accuracy Description
Absorb -Grass -20 - 20-100-Steals 1/2 of the damage inflicted.
Acid -Poison -30 - 40-100-An attack that may lower defense.
Acid Armor -Poison -40 - --- ---Sharply raises the user's defense.
Aeroblast -Flying - 5 -100- 95-Has a high critical hit ratio.
Agility -Psychic -30 - --- ---Sharply increases the user's speed.
Amnesia -Psychic -20 - --- ---Sharply raises the user's SPCL DEF.
Ancientpower -Rock - 5 - 60-100-An attack that may raise all stats.
Attract -Normal -15 - ---100-Makes the opposite gender infatuated.
Aurora Beam -Ice -20 - 65-100-An attack that may lower attack.
Barrage -Normal -20 - 15- 85-Throws orbs to hit 2-5 times.
Barrier -Psychic -30 - --- ---Sharply increases user's defense.
Baton Pass -Normal -40 - --- ---Switching while keeping effects.
Beat Up -Dark -10 - 10-100-pwr increases w/ # of healthy pkmn.
Belly Drum -Normal -10 - --- ---Reduces own HP to maximize attack.
Bide -Normal -10 - ---100-Waits 2-3 turns + hits back double.
Bind -Normal -20 - 15- 75-Binds the target 2-5 turns.
Bite -Dark -25 - 60-100-An attack that may cause flinching.
Blizzard -Ice - 5 -120- 70-An attack that may freeze the foe.
Body Slam -Normal -15 - 85-100-An attack that may cause paralysis.
Bone Club -Ground -20 - 65- 85-An attack that may cause flinching.
Bone Rush -Ground -10 - 25- 80-An attack that hits 2-5 times.
Bonemerang -Ground -10 - 50- 90-An attack that strikes twice.
Bubble -Water -30 - 20-100-An attack that may reduce speed.
Bubblebeam -Water -20 - 65-100-An attack that may lower speed.
Charm -Normal -20 - ---100-Sharply lowers the foe's attack.
Clamp -Water -10 - 35- 75-Traps the foe 2-5 turns.
Comet Punch -Normal -15 - 18- 85-Repeatedly punches 2-5 times.
Confuse Ray -Ghost -10 - ---100-A move that causes confusion.
Confusion -Psychic -25 - 50-100-An attack that may cause confusion.
Constrict -Normal -35 - 10-100-An attack that may lower speed.
Conversion -Normal -30 - --- ---Changes user's type to a move's type.
Conversion2 -Normal -30 - ---100-The user's type is made resistant.
Cotton Spore -Grass -40 - --- 85-Sharply reduces the foe's speed.
Counter -Fighting-20 - ---100-Returns a physical blow double.
Crabhammer -Water -10 - 90- 85-Has a high critical hit ratio.
Cross Chop -Fighting- 5 -100- 80-Has a high critical hit ratio.
Crunch -Dark -15 - 80-100-An attack that may lower SPCL DEF.
Curse -Normal -10 - --- ---Works differently for ghost-types.
Cut -Normal -30 - 50- 95-Cuts using claws, scythes, etc.
Defense Curl -Normal -40 - --- ---Heightens the user's defense.
Destiny Bond -Ghost - 5 - --- ---The foe faints if the user does.
Detect -Fighting- 5 - --- ---Evades attack that turn. It may fail.
Dig -Ground -10 - 60-100-1st turn burrow. 2nd turn attack.
Disable -Normal -20 - --- 55-Disable the foe's most recent move.
Dizzy Punch -Normal -10 - 70-100-An attack that may cause confusion.
Double-Edge -Normal -15 -120-100-A tackle that also hurts the user.
Double Kick -Fighting-30 - 30-100-A double kicking attack.
Doubleslap -Normal -10 - 15- 85-Repeatedly slaps 2-5 times.
Double Team -Normal -15 - --- ---raises evasiveness.
Dragonbreath -Dragon -20 - 60-100-A strong breath attack.
Dragon Rage -Dragon -10 - ---100-Always inflicts40HP damage.
Dream Eater -Psychic -15 -100-100-Steals HP from a sleeping victim.
Drill Peck -Flying -20 - 80-100-A strong, spinning-peck attack.
Dynamicpunch -Fighting- 5 -100- 50-An attack that always confuses.
Earthquake -Ground -10 -100-100-Tough but useless vs. flying foes.
Egg Bomb -Normal -10 -100- 75-Eggs are hurled at the foe.
Ember -Fire -25 - 40-100-An attack that may inflict a burn.
Encore -Normal - 5 - ---100-Makes the foe repeat 2-6 times.
Endure -Normal -10 - --- ---Always leave at least 1HP.
Explosion -Normal - 5 -250-100-Very powerful but makes user faint.
Extremespeed -Normal - 5 - 80-100-A powerful first-strike move.
Faint Attack -Dark -20 - 60-100-An attack that never misses.
False Swipe -Normal -40 - 40-100-Leaves the foe with at least 1HP.
Fire Blast -Fire - 5 -120- 85-An attack that may cause a burn.
Fire Punch -Fire -15 - 75-100-A fiery punch. May cause a burn.
Fire Spin -Fire -15 - 15- 70-Traps foe in fire for 2-5 turns.
Fissure -Ground - 5 - --- 30-A ground-type one-hit KO attack.
Flail -Normal -15 - ---100-Stronger if the user's HP is low.
Flamethrower -Fire -15 - 95-100-An attack that may inflict a burn.
Flame Wheel -Fire -25 - 60-100-An attack that may cause a burn.
Flash -Normal -20 - --- 70-Blinds the foe to reduce accuracy.
Fly -Flying -15 - 70- 95-1st turn fly, 2nd turn attack.
Focus Energy -Normal -30 - --- ---Raises the critical hit ratio.
Foresight -Normal -40 - ---100-Negates accuracy reduction moves.
Frustration -Normal -20 - ---100-An attack based on lack of loyalty.
Fury Attack -Normal -20 - 15- 85-Jabs the target 2-5 times.
Fury Cutter -Bug -20 - 10- 95-Successive hits raise power.
Fury Swipes -Normal -15 - 18- 80-Quickly scratches 2-5 times.
Future Sight -Psychic -15 - 80- 90-An attack that hits on 3rd turn.
Giga Drain -Grass - 5 - 60-100-Steals 1/2 of the damage inflicted.
Glare -Normal -30 - --- 75-A move that may cause paralysis.
Growl -Normal -40 - ---100-Reduces the foe's attack.
Growth -Normal -40 - --- ---Raises the special attack rating.
Guillotine -Normal - 5 - --- 30-A one hit KO, pincer attack.
Gust -Flying -35 - 40-100-Whips up a strong gust of wind.
Harden -Normal -30 - --- ---Raises the user's defense.
Haze -Ice -30 - --- ---Eliminates all stat changes.
Headbutt -Normal -15 - 70-100-An attack that may make foe flinch.
Heal Bell -Normal - 5 - --- ---Eliminates all status problems.
Hidden Power -Normal -15 - ---100-The power varies with the Pokemon.
Hi Jump Kick -Fighting-20 - 85- 95-May miss and hurt the user.
Horn Attack -Normal -25 - 65-100-An attack using a horn to jab.
Horn Drill -Normal - 5 - --- 30-A one-hit KO, drill attack.
Hydro Pump -Water - 5 -120- 80-A powerful water type attack.
Hyper Beam -Normal - 5 -150- 90-1st turn attack. 2nd turn rest.
Hyper Fang -Normal -15 - 80- 90-An attack that may cause flinching.
Hypnosis -Psychic -20 - --- 60-May put the foe to sleep.
Ice Beam -Ice -10 - 95-100-An attack that may freeze the foe.
Ice Punch -Ice -15 - 75-100-An icy punch. May cause freezing.
Icy Wind -Ice -15 - 55- 95-An icy attack that lowers speed.
Iron Tail -Steel -15 -100- 75-An attack that may reduce defense.
Jump Kick -Fighting-25 - 70- 95-if it misses, it damages user
Karate Chop -Fighting-25 - 50-100-Has a high critical hit ratio.
Kinesis -Psychic -15 - --- 80-Reduces the foe's accuracy.
Leech Life -Bug -15 - 20-100-Steals 1/2 of the damage inflicted.
Leech Seed -Grass -10 - --- 90-Steals HP from the foe every turn.
Leer -Normal -30 - ---100-Reduces the foe's defense.
Lick -Ghost -30 - 20-100-An attack that may cause paralysis.
Light Screen -Psychic -30 - --- ---Ups SPCL DEF with a wall of light.
Lock-On -Normal - 5 - ---100-Ensures the next attack will hit.
Lovely Kiss -Normal -10 - --- 75-May cause the foe to fall asleep.
Low Kick -Fighting-20 - 50- 90-An attack that may cause flinching.
Mach Punch -Fighting-30 - 40-100-A fast punch that lands first.
Magnitude -Ground -30 - ---100-A ground attack with random power.
Mean Look -Normal - 5 - ---100-Prevents fleeing or switching.
Meditate -Psychic -40 - --- ---Raises the user's attack.
Mega Drain -Grass -10 - 40-100-Steals 1/2 of the inflicted damage.
Megahorn -Bug -10 -120- 75-A powerful charge attack.
Mega Kick -Normal - 5 -120- 85-A powerful kicking attack.
Mega Punch -Normal -20 - 80- 85-A powerful punch thrown very hard.
Metal Claw -Steel -35 - 50- 95-10% chance of raising attack power
Metronome -Normal -10 - --- ---Randomly uses any Pokemon move.
Milk Drink -Normal -10 - --- ---Restores HP by 1/2 the max HP.
Mimic -Normal -10 - ---100-Copies a move used by the foe.
Mind Reader -Normal - 5 - ---100-Ensures the next attack will hit.
Minimize -Normal -20 - --- ---Heightens evasiveness.
Mirror Coat -Psychic -20 - ---100-Counters SPCL ATK. move double damage.
Mirror Move -Flying -20 - --- ---Counters with the same move.
Mist -Ice -30 - --- ---Prevents stat reduction.
Moonlight -Normal - 5 - --- ---Restore HP (varies by time).
Morning Sun -Normal - 5 - --- ---Restore HP (varies by time).
Mud-Slap -Ground -10 - 20-100-Reduces the foe's accuracy.
Nightmare -Ghost -15 - ---100-A sleeper loses 1/4 HP every turn.
Night Shade -Ghost -15 - ---100-The user's level equals damage HP.
Octazooka -Water -10 - 65- 85-An attack that may reduce accuracy.
Outrage -Dragon -15 - 90-100-Works 2-3 turns and confuses user.
Pain Split -Normal -20 - ---100-Adds user + foe's HPs. Share total.
Pay Day -Normal -20 - 40-100-Throws coins. Gets them back later.
Peck -Flying -35 - 35-100-Jabs the foe with a beak, etc.
Perish Song -Normal - 5 - --- ---Both user and foe faint in 3 turns.
Petal Dance -Grass -20 - 70-100-Works 2-3 turns and confuse user.
Pin Missile -Bug -20 - 14- 85-Fires pins that strike 2-5 times.
Poisonpowder -Poison -35 - --- 55-A move that may poison the foe.
Poison Gas -Poison -40 - ---100-A move that may poison the foe.
Poison Sting -Poison -35 - 15- 75-An attack that may poison the target.
Pound -Normal -35 - 40-100-Pounds with forelegs or tail.
Powder Snow -Ice -25 - 40-100-An attack that may cause freezing.
Present -Normal -15 - --- 90-A bomb that may restore HP.
Psybeam -Psychic -20 - 65-100-An attack that may confuse the foe.
Psych Up -Normal -10 - --- ---Copies the foe's stat change.
Protect -Normal -10 - --- ---Foils attack that turn. It may fail.
Psywave -Psychic -15 - --- 80-An attack with variable power.
Psychic -Psychic -10 - 90-100-An attack that may lower SPCL DEF.
Pursuit -Dark -20 - 40-100-Heavily strikes switching Pokemon.
Quick Attack -Normal -30 - 40-100-Lets the user give the first hit.
Rage -Normal -20 - 20-100-Raises attack if the user is hit.
Rain Dance -Water - 5 - --- ---Boosts water-type moves for 5 turns.
Rapid Spin -Normal -40 - 20-100-A high-speed spinning attack.
Razor Leaf -Grass -25 - 55- 95-Has a high critical hit ratio.
Razor Wind -Normal -10 - 80- 75-1st turn prepare. 2nd turn attack.
Recover -Normal -20 - --- ---Restores HP by 1/2 the max HP.
Reflect -Psychic -20 - --- ---Raises defense with a barrier.
Return -Normal -20 - ---100-An attack that is based on loyalty.
Reversal -Fighting-15 - ---100-Stringer if the user's HP is low.
Rest -Psychic -10 - --- ---Sleep for 2 turns to fully recover.
Roar -Normal -20 - ---100-Scares wild foes to end battle.
Rock Slide -Rock -10 - 75- 90-An attack that may cause flinching.
Rock Smash -Fighting-15 - 20-100-An attack that may lower defense.
Rock Throw -Rock -15 - 50- 90-Drops rocks on the enemy.
Rolling Kick -Fighting-15 - 60- 85-A fast, spinning kick.
Rollout -Rock -20 - 30- 90-Attack 5 turns with rising power.
Sacred Fire -Fire - 5 -100- 95-An attack that has a 50% chance of burn
Safeguard -Normal -25 - --- ---Prevents all status problems.
Sand-Attack -Ground -15 - ---100-Reduces accuracy by throwing sand.
Sandstorm -Rock -10 - --- ---Inflicts damage every turn.
Scary Face -Normal -10 - --- 90-Sharply reduces the foe's speed.
Scratch -Normal -35 - 40-100-Scratches with sharp claw.
Screech -Normal -40 - --- 85-Sharply reduces the foe's defense.
Seismic Toss -Fighting-20 - ---100-The user's level equals damage HP.
Selfdestruct -Normal - 5 -200-100-Powerful but makes the user faint.
Shadow Ball -Ghost -15 - 80-100-An attack that may lowers SPCL DEF.
Sharpen -Normal -30 - --- ---A move that raises the user's attack.
Sing -Normal -15 - --- 55-May cause the foe to fall asleep.
Sketch -Normal - 1 - --- ---Copies the foe's move permanently.
Skull Bash -Normal -15 -100-100-1st turn prepare. 2nd turn attack.
Sky Attack -Flying - 5 -140- 90-1st turn prepare. 2nd turn attack.
Slam -Normal -20 - 80- 75-Slams the foe with a tail, vine, etc.
Slash -Normal -20 - 70-100-Has a high critical hit ratio.
Sleep Powder -Grass --5 - --- 75-May cause the foe to fall asleep.
Sleep Talk -Normal -10 - --- ---Randomly attacks while asleep.
Sludge -Poison -20 - 65-100-An attack that may poison the foe.
Sludge Bomb -Poison --0 - 90-100-An attack that may poison the foe.
Smog -Poison -20 - 20- 70-An attack that may poison the foe.
Smokescreen -Normal -20 - ---100-Lowers the foe's accuracy.
Snore -Normal -15 - 40-100-An attack useable only while asleep.
Softboiled -Normal -10 - ---100-Restores HP by 1/2 the user's max HP.
Solarbeam -Grass -10 -120-100-1st turn prepare. 2nd turn attack.
Sonicboom -Normal -20 - 20- 90-Always inflict 20HP damage.
Spark -Electric-20 - 65-100-An attack that may cause paralysis.
Spider Web -Bug -10 - ---100-Prevents fleeing or switching.
Spike Cannon -Normal -15 - 20-100-Fires spikes to hit 2-5 times.
Spikes -Ground -20 - --- ---Hurts foes when they switch out.
Spite -Ghost -10 - ---100-Cuts the PP of the foe's last move.
Splash -Normal -40 - --- ---Has no effect whatsoever.
Spore -Grass -15 - ---100-A move that induces sleep.
Steel Wing -Steel -25 - 70- 90-Stiff wings strike the foe.
Stomp -Normal -20 - 65-100-An attack that may cause flinching.
Strength -Normal -15 - 80-100-A powerful physical attack.
String Shot -Bug -40 - --- 95-A move that lowers the foes speed.
Struggle -Normal --- - 50-100-Used only if all PP is gone
Stun Spore -Grass -30 - --- 75-A move that will paralyze the foe.
Submission -Fighting-25 - 80- 80-An attack that also hurts the user.
Substitute -Normal -10 - --- ---Makes a decoy with 1/4 user's max HP.
Sunny Day -Fire - 5 - --- ---Boosts fire-type moves for 5 turns.
Super Fang -Normal -10 - --- 90-Cuts the foes HP by 1/2.
Supersonic -Normal -20 - --- 55-Sound wave that cause confusions.
Surf -Water -15 - 95-100-A strong water type attack.
Swagger -Normal -15 - --- 90-Causes confusion and raises attack.
Sweet Kiss -Normal -10 - --- 75-A move that causes confusion.
Sweet Scent -Normal -20 - ---100-Reduces the foe's evasiveness.
Swift -Normal -20 - 60- ---An attack that never misses.
Swords Dance -Normal -30 - --- ---A dance that increases attack.
Synthesis -Grass - 5 - --- ---Restores HP (varies by time).
Tackle -Normal -35 - 35- 95-A full-body charge attack.
Tail Whip -Normal -30 - ---100-Lowers the foe's defense.
Take Down -Normal -20 - 90- 85-A tackle that also hurts the user.
Teleport -Psychic -20 - --- ---A move for fleeing from battle.
Thief -Dark -10 - 40-100-An attack that may steal a held item.
Thrash -Normal -20 - 90-100-Works 2-3 turns and confuses user.
Thunder -Electric-10 -120- 70-An attack that may cause paralysis.
Thunderbolt -Electric-15 - 95-100-An attack that may cause paralysis.
Thunderpunch -Electric-15 - 75-100-An electric punch. It may paralyze.
Thundershock -Electric-30 - 40-100-An attack that may cause paralysis.
Thunder Wave -Electric-20 - ---100-A move that may cause paralysis.
Toxic -Poison -10 - --- 85-A poison move with increasing damage.
Transform -Normal -10 - --- ---The user Transforms in to the opponent.
Tri Attack -Normal -10 - 80-100-Fires three kinds of beams at once.
Triple Attack-Fighting-10 - 10- 90-Hits three times with rising power.
Twineedle -Bug -20 - 25-100-Jabs the foe twice using stingers.
Twister -Dragon -20 - 40-100-Whips up a tornado to attack.
Vicegrip -Normal -30 - 55-100-Grips with powerful pincers.
Vine Whip -Grass -10 - 35-100-Whips the foe with slender vines.
Vital Throw -Fighting-10 - 70-100-A 2nd-strike move that never misses.
Waterfall -Water -15 - 80-100-An aquatic charge attack.
Water Gun -Water -25 - 40-100-Squirts water to attack.
Whirlpool -Water -15 - 15- 70-Traps the foe 2-5 turns.
Whirlwind -Normal -20 - ---100-Blows away the foe, ends battle.
Wing Attack -Flying -35 - 60-100-Strikes the target with wings.
Withdraw -Water -40 - --- ---Heightens the user's defense.
Wrap -Normal -20 - 15- 85-Squeezes the foe 2-5 turns.
Zap Cannon -Electric 5 -100- 50-An attack that always paralyzes.

TM's and HM's
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TM 01 - Dynamicpunch (Fighting)
100 Power, 49.6% Accuracy, 5 PP, Confuses on contact
Location: Beat Chuck in Cianwood Island
TM 02 - Headbutt (Normal)
70 Power, 99.6% Accuracy, 15 PP, 30% odds of opponent flinching and knocks Pokemon from trees
Location: Ilex Forest, available in Goldenrod Dept. Store afterwards
TM 03 - Curse (No element known)
10 PP, curses opposing Pokemon if used by Ghost, raises user's Attack and Defense while cutting Speed.
Location: Back entrance of Celadon Mansion at night
TM 04 - Rollout (Rock)
30 Power, 89.6% Accuracy, 20 PP, lasts 5 rounds with damage doubled every round (Barring a miss)
Location: Route 35
TM 05 - Roar (Normal)
99.6% Accuracy, 20 PP, causes wild Pokemon to run, forces trainer to switch, user will always be forced to goes 2nd
Location: Route 32 (Need Cut to access)
TM 06 - Toxic (Poison)
84.6% Accuracy, 10 PP, badly Poisons opponent (Poison damage doubles every round unless opponent switches Pokemon)
Location: Beat Janine in Fuschia Gym.
TM 07 - Zap Cannon (Electric)
100 Power, 49.6% Accuracy, 5 PP, Paralyzes opponent on contact
Location: Return the Machine Part to the Power Plant
TM 08 - Rock Smash (Fighting)
20 Power, 99.6% Accuracy, 15 PP, lowers opponent's defense in battle, breaks rocks in the field
Location: Route 36, get rid of Sudowoodo and talk to the portly man
TM 09 - Psych Up (Normal)
10 PP, steals any status boosters used on your opponent's Pokemon
Location: Import Abra from Red/Blue/Yellow
TM 10 - Hidden Power (Normal)
31-70 Power, 99.6% Accuracy, 15 PP, damage depends on the Pokemon's element
Location: Lake of Rage, Celadon Dept. Store
TM 11 - Sunny Day (Fire)
5 PP, increases fire damage for 5 turns
Location: 3rd floor of Goldenrod Radio Tower (Beat the leaders), Celadon Dept. Store
TM 12 - Sweet Scent (Normal)
99.6% Accuracy, 20 PP, lowers victim's evade/lures wild Pokemon
Location: Tollbooth leading to Route 34
TM 13 - Snore (Normal)
40 Power, 99.6% accuracy, 15 PP, 29.6% flinch rate, only works if user is Asleep
Location: Route 39 (Feed 7 berries to Miltank), Dark Cave
TM 14 - Blizzard (Ice)
120 Power, 69.6% Accuracy, 5 PP, 10% odds of opponent getting freezes
Location: Goldenrod Game Corner
TM 15 - Hyper Beam (Normal)
150 Power, 90 Accuracy, 5 PP, user does nothing next turn
Location: Celadon Game Corner
TM 16 - Icy Wind (Ice)
55 Power, 94.6% Accuracy, 15 PP, 10% odds opponent's speed lowers
Location: Beat Pryce at Mahogany Gym
TM 17 - Protect (Normal)
10 PP, prevents all damage for one round, accuracy decreases with use
Location: Celadon Dept. Store
TM 18 - Rain Dance (Water)
5 PP, raises Water damage
Location: Slowpoke Well (Need Strength and Surf to access), Celadon Dept. Store
TM 19 - Giga Drain (Grass)
60 Power, 99.6% Accuracy, 5 PP, 1/2 of the damage is given to the user
Location: Beat Erika at Celadon Gym
TM 20 - Endure (Normal)
10 PP, prevents fainting, accuracy decreases with use
Location: Burned Tower (Need Strength)
TM 21 - Frustration (Normal)
99.6% Accuracy, 20 PP, damage increases if Pokemon is unhappy
Location: 5th floor of Goldenrod Dept. Store on Sunday, either this TM or Return, can be received every Sunday
TM 22 - Solarbeam (Grass)
120 Power, 99.6% Accuracy, 10 PP, 2nd turn move (1 turn if sunny, 60 power if raining)
Location: Route 26
TM 23 - Iron Tail (Steel)
100 Power, 74.6% Accuracy, 15 PP, 30% odds of lowering opponent's Defense
Location: Beat Jasmine at Olivine Gym
TM 24 - Dragonbreath (Dragon)
60 Power, 99.6% Accuracy, 20 PP, 30% odds of paralyzing
Location: Beat Clair at Blackthorne Gym
TM 25 - Thunder (Electric)
120 Power, 69.6% Accuracy, 10 PP, 10% odds of paralyzing
Location: Goldenrod Game Corner
TM 26 - Earthquake (Ground)
100 Power, 99.6% Accuracy, 10 PP
Location: 2nd floor of Victory Road
TM 27 - Return (Normal)
99.6% Accuracy, 20 PP, damage increases if the Pokemon is happy
Location: 5th floor of Goldenrod Dept. Store on Sunday, either this or Frustration, can be received every Sunday
TM 28 - Dig (Ground)
60 Power, 99.6% Accuracy, 10 PP, user digs Turn 1, attacks turn 2
Location: National Park
TM 29 - Psychic (Psychic)
90 Power, 99.6% Accuracy, 10 PP, 10% odds of lowering opponent's Spec. Defense
Location: Celadon Game Corner
TM 30 - Shadow Ball (Ghost)
80 Power, 99.6% Accuracy, 15 PP, 20% odds of lowering opponent's Spec. Defense
Location: Beat Morty at Ecruteak Gym
TM 31 - Mud-Slap (Ground)
20 Power, 99.6% Accuracy, 10 PP, 10% odds of lowering opponent's Accuracy
Location: Beat Falkner at Violet Gym
TM 32 - Double Team (Normal)
15 PP, raises user's Evade
Location: Celadon Game Corner
TM 33 - Ice Punch (Ice)
75 Power, 99.6% Accuracy, 15 PP, 10% odds of freezing opponent
Location: 5th floor of Goldenrod Dept. Store, import Staryu/Goldeen/Krabby/Horsea
TM 34 - Swagger (Normal)
89.6% Accuracy, 10 PP, confuses opponent and doubles their Attack rating
Location: Olivine Lighthouse
TM 35 - Sleep Talk (Normal)
10 PP, uses one of user's moves while they sleep
Location: Underground of Goldenrod City
TM 36 - Sludge Bomb (Poison)
90 Power, 99.6% Accuracy, 10 PP, 30% odds of poisoning opponent
Location: Tollbooth on Route 43 after beating Team Rocket in Mahogany
TM 37 - Sandstorm (Rock)
10 PP, damages both Pokemon unless one is part Ground/Rock/Steel for 5 rounds
Location: Route 26, Celadon Dept. Store
TM 38 - Fire Blast (Fire)
120 Power, 84.6 Accuracy, 5 PP, 10% odds of burning opponent
Location: Goldenrod Game Corner
TM 39 - Swift (Normal)
60 Power, 20 PP, only misses if opponent Digs or Flys
Location: Union Cave
TM 40- Defense Curl (Normal)
40 PP, raises user's Defense
Location: Mt. Mortar
TM 41- Thunderpunch (Electric)
75 Power, 99.6% Accuracy, 15 PP, 10% odds of paralyzing opponent
Location: 5th floor of Goldenrod Dept. Store
TM 42- Dream Eater (Psychic)
100 Power, 99.6% Accuracy, 15 PP, only works when opponent is Asleep
Location: Viridian City
TM 43- Detect (Fighting)
5 PP, prevents all damage for one round, accuracy decreases with use
Location: Lake of Rage
TM 44- Rest (Psychic)
10 PP, user restores all HP and status, but sleeps two turns
Location: Ice Cave
TM 45 - Attract (Normal)
99.6% Accuracy, 10 PP, 50% opps of preventing opposing Pokemon from attacking if of the opposite sex.
Location: Beat Whitney in Goldenrod Gym
TM 46 - Thief (Dark)
40 Power, 99.6% Accuracy, 10 PP, steals items from Wild Pokemon
Location: Mahogany Team Rocket Base
TM 47 - Steel Wing (Steel)
70 Power, 89.6% Accuracy, 25 PP, 10% raises user's Defense
Location: Rock Tunnel, Route 28
TM 48 - Fire Punch (Fire)
75 Power, 99.6% Accuracy, 15 PP, 10% odds of opponent getting burned
Location: Goldenrod Dept. Store
TM 49 - Fury Cutter (Bug)
10 Power, 94.6% Accuracy, 20 PP, Power doubles if used consecutively, reverts to normal if missed.
Location: Beat Bugsy in Azaela Gym
TM 50 - Nightmare (Ghost)
99.6% Accuracy, 15 PP, Sleeping Pokemon lose 1/4 of their health.
Location: Route 31 (Bring the Route 35 guard's Spearow to the portly man)
HM 01- Cut (Normal)
50 Power, 94.6% Accuracy, 30 PP, cuts small trees in the field
Location: Ilex Forest
HM 02- Fly (Flying)
70 Power, 94.6% Accuracy, 15 PP, user flies into the air Turn 1, attacks
Turn 2 and flies you back to previously visited locations.
Location: Cianwood Island, talk to Chuck's wife after earning the Storm Badge
HM 03- Surf (Water)
95 Power, 99.6% Accuracy, 15 PP, crosses waterways in the field
Location: Ecruteak City (Beat the Dance Hall)
HM 04- Strength (Normal)
80 Power, 99.6% Accuracy, 15 PP, moves rocks in the field
Location: Olivine City
HM 05- Flash (Normal)
69.6% Accuracy, 20 PP, lowers opponent's Accuracy and lights up caves
Location: Sprout Tower
HM 06- Whirlpool (Water)
15 Power, 69.6% Accuracy, 15 PP, binds opponent for 2-5 turns, destroys
Whirlpools in the water
Location: Beat Team Rocket in Mahogany
HM 07- Waterfall (Water)
80 Power, 99.6% Accuracy, 15 PP, climbs waterfalls
Location: Ice Cave

Weekly Calendar of Events
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This guide which is sorted by day tells what you can do every day of the week in Crystal.
Sunday:
Goldenrod Salon is open, younger brother will be cutting today
Goldenrod Pharmacy is open for business
Pokemon March available on your Pokegear Radio (This attracts Wild Pokemon)
Sunny is located on Route 37 with a Magnet
S.S. Aqua is doing its run from Vermillion to Olivine
Lady with TMs for Return or Frustration is located on the 5th floor of Goldenrod Dept. Store
Monday:
Goldenrod Salon is closed
Goldenrod Trinket shop will be open this morning
Clefairy are dancing at the Mt. Moon. After the dance, use Rock Smash on the rock for a Moon Stone
Pokemon Lullaby is available on your Pokegear Radio (This will repel Pokemon)
Monica is on Route 40 with a Sharp Beak
S.S. Aqua is doing its run from Olivine to Vermillion
Rival is at Indigo Plateau (A Fight will ensue and his Pokemon are between L45-L50)
Tuesday:
Bug-Catching Contest is going on in the National Park today
Goldenrod Salon is open, older brother will be cutting today
Pokemon March available on your Pokegear Radio (This attracts Wild Pokemon)
Tuscany is on Route 29 with a Pink Bow
Rival is in Dragon's Den (no fight)
Wednesday:
Goldenrod Salon is open, younger brother will be cutting today
Pokemon Lullaby is available on your Pokegear Radio (This will repel Pokemon)
Wesley is at Lake of Rage with a Blackbelt
S.S. Aqua is running from Vermillion to Olivine
Rival is at Indigo Plateau (A Fight will ensue and his Pokemon are between L45-L50)
Move Tutor is available in Goldenrod City
Thursday:
Bug-Catching Contest is going on in the National Park today
Goldenrod Salon is open, older brother will be cutting today
Pokemon March available on your Pokegear Radio (This attracts Wild Pokemon)
Arthur is on Route 36 with a Hard Rock
Rival is in Dragon's Den (There will be no fight today)
Friday:
Goldenrod Salon is open, younger brother will be cutting today
The only Lapras is located in the Union Cave
Pokemon Lullaby is available on your Pokegear Radio (This will repel Pokemon)
A New number is drawn for Lucky Number show
Frieda is on Route 32 with a Poison Barb
S.S. Aqua is running from Olivine to Vermillion
Saturday:
Bug-Catching Contest is going on in the National Park today
Goldenrod Salon is open, older brother will be cutting today
Pokemon March available on your Pokegear Radio (This attracts Wild Pokemon)
Santos is in Blackthorne City with a Spell Tag
Goldenrod Pharmacy is open for business
Move Tutor is available in Goldenrod City

Mystery Gifts
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You can receive Mystery gifts with a Game Boy Color and a Pokemon Pikachu, but this feature is only compatible with a Game Boy Color. You have to build up the watts with your Pokemon Pikachu 2 and then use the Pokemon Colors Infrared port to get special items.
There's are the Items you can receive with the necessary amount of watts.
Mail - 0-99, Berry - 100-199, Bitter Berry - 200-299, Great Ball - 300-399, Max Repel - 400-499, Ether - 500-599, Miracle Berry - 600-699, Gold Berry - 700-799, Elixir - 800-899, Revive - 900-998, Rare Candy - 999-9998, Mirage Mail - 9999.
Items that you can pick up at any Pokemon Center on the second floor from a man behind the counter
with the PC. Easy-Hard
Easy: Berry, BitterBerry, Burnt Berry, Dire Hit, Eon Mail, Gaurd Spec., Ice Berry, Mint Berry, Morph Mail, Music Mail, Przcureberry, Psncureberry, X Accuracy, X Attack, X Defend, X Special.
Medium: Elixir, Ether, Gold Berry, Great Ball, Max Repel, Miracle Berry, Revive, Super Repel.
Medium-Hard: Fire Stone, Leaf Stone, Magnifier, Max Elixir, Max Ether, Max Revive.
Hard: Thunderstone, Water Stone, HP UP, PP UP.

Shop Item Lists
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Cherry Grove City
Antidote $100
Paralyze Heal $200
Poke Ball $200
Awakening $250
Potion $300
Violet City
Flower Mail $50
Antidote $100
Paralyze Heal $200
Poke Ball $200
Awakening $250
Potion $300
X Speed $350
X Attack $500
Escape Rope $550
X Defend $550
Azalea Town
Flower Mail $50
Antidote $100
Paralyze Heal $200
Poke Ball $200
Potion $300
Repel $350
Escape Rope $550
Super Potion $700
Charcoal $9800
Goldenrod City
2nd floor-1st person
Antidote $100
Paralyze Heal $200
Awakening $250
Burn Heal $250
Ice Heal $250
Potion $300
2nd floor- 2nd person
Flower Mail $50
Poke ball $200
Repel $350
Escape Rope $550
Full heal $600
Great Ball $700
Poke Doll $1,000
Revive $1500
3rd Floor
X Special $350
X Speed $350
X Attack $500
X Defend $550
Dire Hit $650
Guard Spec $700
X Accuracy $950
4th floor
Calcium $9800
Carbos $9800
HP up $9800
Iron $9800
Protein $9800
5th floor
TM08/Rock Smash (Cannot be bought until received on Route 36) $1000
TM02/Headbutt (Cannot be bought until received in Ilex Forest) $2000
TM 41/Thunder Punch $3000
TM48/Fire Punch $3000
TM33/Ice Punch $3000
6th floor
Fresh Water $200
Soda Pop $300
Lemonade $350
Ecruteak City
Antidote $100
Paralyze Heal $200
Pokeball $200
Awakening $250
Burn Heal $250
Ice Heal $250
Potion $300
Great Ball $600
Super Potion $700
Revive $1500
Olivine City
Surf Mail $50
Antidote $100
Paralyze Heal $200
Awakening $250
Ice Heal $250
Super Repel $500
Great Ball $600
Super Potion $700
Hyper Potion $1200
Cianwood City
Potion $300
Full Heal $600
Super Potion $700
Hyper Potion $1200
Revive $1500
Mahogany Town
Flower Mail $50
Antidote $100
Paralyze Heal $200
Rage Candy Bar $300
Super Repel $500
Great Ball $600
Super Potion $700
Hyper Potion $1200
Revive $1500
Blackthorn City
X Attack $500
X Defend $550
Full Heal $600
Great Ball $600
Max Repel $700
Hyper Potion $1200
Ultra Ball $1200
Revive $1500
Max Potion $2500
Indigo Plateau
Full Heal $600
Max Repel $700
Hyper Potion $1200
Ultra Ball $1200
Revive $1500
Max Potion $2500
Full Restore $3000
Vermillion City
Lite Blue Mail $50
Paralyze Heal $200
Awakening $250
Burn Heal $250
Super Potion $700
Hyper Potion $1200
Ultra Ball $1200
Revive $1500
Saffron City
Flower Mail $50
X Attack $500
X Defend $550
Full Heal $600
Great Ball $600
Hyper Potion $1200
Ultra Ball $1200
Max Potion $2500
Lavender Town
Antidote $100
Parlyz Heal $200
Awakening $250
Burn Heal $250
Potion $300
Great Ball $600
Max Repel $700
Super Potion $700
Cerulean City
Surf Mail $50
Super Repel $500
X Attack $500
X Defend $550
Full Heal $600
Great Ball $600
Dire Hit $650
Super Potion $700
Ultra Ball $1200
Celadon City
2nd Floor
Antidote $100
Paralyze Heal $200
Pokeball $200
Awakening $250
Burn Heal $250
Ice Heal $250
Potion $300
Super Repel $500
Escape Rope $550
Great Ball $600
Full Heal $600
Max Repel $700
Super Potion $700
Hyper Potion $1200
Ultra Ball $1200
Revive $1500
Max Potion $2500
3rd Floor
TM 11 $2000
TM 18 $2000
TM 37 $2000
TM 10 $3000
TM 17 $3000
4th Floor
Lovely Mail $50
Surf Mail $50
Poke Doll $1000
5th Floor
X Speed $350
X Special $350
X Attack $500
X Defend $550
Dire Hit $650
Guard Spec. $700
X Accuracy $950
Calcium $9800
Carbos $9800
HP Up $9800
Iron $9800
Protein $9800
6th Floor
Fresh Water $200
Soda Pop $300
Lemonade $350
Fuchsia City
Flower Mail $50
Full Heal $600
Great Ball $600
Max Repel $700
Super Potion $700
Hyper Potion $1200
Ultra Ball $1200
Pewter City
Antidote $100
Paralyze Heal $200
Awakening $250
Burn Heal $250
Super Repel $500
Great Ball $600
Super Potion $700
Mt. Moon
Portrait Mail $50
Fresh Water $200
Soda Pop $300
Lemonade $350
Repel $350
Poke Doll $1000
Viridian City
Flower Mail $50
Antidote $100
Paralyze Heal $200
Awakening $250
Burn Heal $250
Full Heal $600
Hyper Potion $1200
Ultra Ball $1200
Revive $1500

Game Corners
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There are two Game Corners and they are located in the sister cities of Goldenrod and Celadon.
When there, you can play Card Flip or Slots, but you'll need coins. Coins run $1000 for 50 and $10000 for $500.
The Slots are a traditional slot machine. If you get a 7, and the next wheel isn't a 7, sometimes it'll become a 7, and if the third wheel isn't 7, Golems will start falling! You can bet 1 coin (Centerline wins), 2 coins
(All lines win), or 3 coins (Diagonals also will win). If you match 3 items, you'll win prizes as listed below:
3 Cherries - 6 Coins
3 Pikachu - 8 Coins
3 Squirtle - 10 Coins
3 Staryu - 15 Coins
3 Poke Balls - 50 Coins
3 7s - 300 Coins
The other game is Card Flip, a variation of Roulette. Pay 3 coins, and you earn 12 bets that a card will come up a certain way. The odds of winning and prizes are:
2-1- Two columns - 6 Coins
3-1- Two rows - 9 Coins
4-1- A column - 12 Coins
6-1- A row - 18 Coins
24-1- A single card - 72 Coins
However, these odds only apply to the first draw, as the cards that are drawn do not get replaced. These odds could possibly be cut in half if you go 12 rounds before winning. If you win, the payoff will depend on your bet.
If you win or buy enough coins, you can trade them in for really great prizes. They are different in each Corner.
Goldenrod:
Abra - 100 Coins
Cubone - 800 Coins
Wobbuffet - 1500 Coins
TM 14 Blizzard - 5500 Coins
TM 25 Thunder - 5500 Coins
TM 38 Fire Blast - 5500 Coins
Celadon:
Pikachu - 2222 Coins
Porygon - 5555 Coins
Larvitar - 8888 Coins
TM 32 Double Team - 1500 Coins
TM 29 Psychic - 3500 Coins
TM 15 Hyper Beam - 7500 Coins

Item Index
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Potion - All these Item will disappear just after one use.
Location: Stores/Ground
Description: Recovers 20 HP can be used either in or out of battle.
Super Potion
Location: Stores/Ground
Description: Recovers 50 HP can be used either in or out of battle.
Hyper Potion:
Location: Stores/Ground
Description: Recovers 200 HP can be used either in or out of battle.
Max Potion:
Location: Stores/Ground
Description: Recovers all HP can be used either in or out of battle.
Full Restore
Location: Stores/Ground
Description: Fully restores both HP and Status of one Pokemon.
Ragecandy Bar
Location: Stores
Description: Recovers 20 HP either in or out of battle.
Fresh Water
Location: Stores/Ground
Description: Recovers 30 HP of one Pokemon.
Soda Pop
Location: Stores/Ground
Description: Recovers 50 HP of one Pokemon.
Lemonade
Location: Stores/Ground
Description: Recovers 80 HP of one Pokemon.
MooMoo Milk
Location: Miltank Farm
Description: Recovers 100 HP of one Pokemon.
Energypowder
Location: Stores/Ground
Description: Recovers 50 HP can be used either in or out of battle, but will lower the happiness of that Pokemon due to the item being bitter.
Energy Root
Location: Stores/Ground
Recovers 200 HP can be used either in or out of battle, but will lower the happiness of that Pokemon due to the item being bitter.
Revive
Location: Stores, Hidden, Mazes/Field, Mystery Gift
Description: Revives fainted Pokemon, and restores 1/2 of their HP.
Max Revive
Location: Hidden, Mazes/Field, Mystery Gift
Description: Revives fainted Pokemon and fully restores their HP.
Revival Herb
Location: Stores
Description: Revives fainted Pokemon, but will lower their happiness due to the item being bitter.
Sacred Ash
Location: Attached to Ho-oh
Description: Completely restores HP and Status of all Pokemon in your group.
Repel
Location: Stores, Hidden, Mazes/Field
Description: Repels Pokemon for 100 steps, but Pokemon that are at a higher level than your lead Pokemon can still attack you.
Super Repel
Location: Stores, Hidden, Mazes/Field, Mystery Gift
Description: Repels Pokemon for 200 steps, but Pokemon that are at a higher level than your lead Pokemon can still attack you.
Max Repel
Location: Stores, Hidden, Mazes/Field, Mystery Gift
Description: Repels Pokemon for 250 steps, but Pokemon that are at a higher level than your lead Pokemon can still attack you.
Antidote
Location: Stores, Hidden, Mazes/Field
Description: Heals one poisoned Pokemon.
Burn Heal
Location: Stores, Hidden, Mazes/Field
Description: Heals one burned Pokemon.
Ice Heal
Location: Stores, Hidden, Mazes/Field
Description: Heals one frozen Pokemon.
PRZ Heal
Location: Stores, Hidden, Mazes/Field
Description: Heals one paralyzed Pokemon.
Awakening
Location: Stores, Hidden, Mazes/Field
Description: Heals one sleeping Pokemon.
Full Heal
Location: Stores, Hidden, Mazes/Field
Description: Cures any ailment from one Pokemon.
Heal Powder
Location: Stores
Description: Cures any ailment from one Pokemon, but will lower their happiness due to the item being bitter.
Fire Stone
Location: Route 25, Mystery Gift, School Boy Alan - Route 36
Description: Evolves certain fire Pokemon.
Thunder Stone
Location: Route 25, Mystery Gift, Lass Dana on Route 38
Description: Evolves certain electric Pokemon.
Water Stone
Location: Route 25, Mystery Gift, Fisherman Tully on Route 42
Description: Evolves certain water Pokemon.
Leaf Stone
Location: Route 25, Mystery Gift, Picnicker Gina on Route 34
Description: Evolves certain grass Pokemon.
Moon Stone
Location: Route 26 (Waterfall), Mt. Moon on Mondays, Mom, Ruins of Alph
Description: Evolves certain normal Pokemon.
Sun Stone
Location: Bug Catching Contest
Description: Evolves certain grass Pokemon.
Rare Candy
Location: Mazes/Field, Hidden, Mystery Gift
Description: Increases a selected Pokemon's level by one regardless of experience.
Ether
Location: Mazes/Field, Hidden, Mystery Gift
Description: Recovers 10 PP of one move.
Max Ether
Location: Mazes/Field, Hidden, Mystery Gift
Description: Restores all PP to one move.
Elixir
Location: Mazes/Field, Hidden, Mystery Gift
Description: Recovers 10 PP of all of a Pokemon's moves.
Megaelixir
Location: Mazes/Field, Hidden, Mystery Gift
Description: Recovers all PP of a Pokemon's moves.
HP Up
Location: Goldenrod City/Celadon City Department Stores, Mazes/Field, Hidden, Mystery Gift
Description: Increases the Stat Experience of a Pokemon's HP. 10 of these can be used on one Pokemon.
Protein
Location: Goldenrod City/Celedon City Department Stores, Mazes/Field, Hidden
Description: Increases the Stat Experience of a Pokemon's Attack. 10 of these can be used on one Pokemon.
Iron
Location: Goldenrod City/Celedon City Department Stores, Mazes/Field, Hidden
Description: Increases the Stat Experience of a Pokemon's Defense. 10 of these can be used on one Pokemon.
Carbos
Location: Goldenrod City/Celedon City Department Stores, Mazes/Field, Hidden
Description: Increases the Stat Experience of a Pokemon's Speed. 10 of these can be used on one Pokemon.
Calcium
Location: Goldenrod City/Celedon City Department Stores, Mazes/Field, Hidden
Description: Increases the Stat Experience of a Pokemon's Special stats. 10 of these can be used on one Pokemon.
PP Up
Location: Mazes/Fields, Hidden, Mystery Gift
Description: Increase PP of a selected move on a Pokemon by 20%. 3 of these can be used on one move on one Pokemon.
Ball
Poke Ball
Location: Stores, Hidden, Mazes/Field
Description: Used for catching wild Pokemon. It is the crudest of the Poke Balls, and can miss a rarer Pokemon.
Great Ball
Location: Stores, Hidden, Mazes/Field, Mystery Gift
Description: Used for catching wild Pokemon. Has a greater success rate than a Poke Ball. This ball can still miss a rarer Pokemon.
Super Ball
Location: Stores, Hidden, Mazes/Field
Description: Used for catching wild Pokemon. Has a greater success rate than a Poke Ball. This ball can still miss a rarer Pokemon.
Ultra Ball
Location: Stores, Hidden, Mazes/Field
Description: Used for catching wild Pokemon. Has a greater success rate than a Poke Ball. This ball can still miss a rarer Pokemon.
Master Ball
Location: New Bark Town, Lucky Number Show
Description: Used for catching wild Pokemon. This ball can never miss and will always ensure that you will catch any opposing wild Pokemon.
Heavy Ball
Location: Kurt
Description: Used for catching wild Pokemon. The heavier the Pokemon the better the odds are to catch it. However, this ball will loose effectiveness if used against a light Pokemon.
Level Ball
Location: Kurt
Description: Used for catching wild Pokemon.
The higher level your Pokemon's level is than the opposing Pokemon's level the better the odds are.
Lure Ball
Location: Kurt
Description: Used for catching wild Pokemon. If you are fighting a Pokemon using one of the Rods, the odds of catching it increase.
Friend Ball
Location: Kurt
Description: Used for catching wild Pokemon. When you use this ball, and the catch is successful, the happiness of a Pokemon increases greatly.
Fast Ball
Location: Kurt
Description: Used for catching wild Pokemon. If a Pokemon is a Pokemon that will run away a lot from battle then the odds of catching this Pokemon increases.
Moon Ball
Location: Kurt
Description: Used for catching wild Pokemon. If a wild Pokemon can evolve by the use of a Moon Stone, then the odds of catching this Pokemon increases.
Love Ball
Location: Kurt
Description: Used for catching wild Pokemon. If the fighting Pokemon are of the same kind and opposite genders, then the odds of catching this Pokemon increases.
Park Ball
Location: Given 20 at start of Bug-Catching Contest
Description: Used for catching wild Pokemon in the Bug Catching Tournament, it's strength is equal to that of a Great Ball.
Special
Zephyr Badge
Location: Violet City Gym
Description: Gym Badge, increases all flying-type move Strength and allows you to be able to use Flash out of battle. You must beat Falkner to acquire this badge.
Hive Badge
Location: Azalea City Gym
Description: Gym Badge, increases all bug-type move strength, and allows you to tame a Pokemon at level 30 or lower. You must beat Bugsy to acquire this badge.
Plain Badge
Location: Goldenrod City Gym
Description: Gym Badge, increases all normal-type move strength. You must beat Whitney to acquire this badge.
Fog Badge
Location: Ecruteak City
Description: Gym Badge, increases all ghost-type move strength, and allows you to be able surf out of battle, and tame Pokemon level 50 or lower. You must beat Morty to acquire this badge.
Storm Badge
Location: Cianwood Island Gym
Description: Gym Badge, increases all fighting-type move strength, and allows you to tame any Pokemon level 70 or lower. You must beat Chuck to acquire this badge.
Mineral Badge
Location: Olivine City Gym
Description: Gym Badge, increases all steel-type move strength. You must beat Jasmine to acquire this badge.
Glacier Badge
Location: Mahogany City Gym
Description: Gym Badge, increases all ice-type move strength. You must beat Pryce to acquire this badge.
Rising Badge
Location: Blackthorn City Gym
Description: Gym Badge, allows you to tame any level of monsters, and increases all dragon-type move strength. You must beat Clair to acquire this badge.
Boulder Badge
Location: Pewter City Gym
Description: Gym Badge, this badge increases all rock-type move strength. You must beat Brock to acquire this badge.
Cascade Badge
Location: Cerulean City Gym
Description: Gym Badge, this badge increases all water-type move strength. You must beat Misty to acquire this badge.
Thunder Badge
Location: Vermilion City Gym
Description: Gym Badge, this badge increases all electric-type move strength. You must beat Lt. Surge to acquire this badge.
Rainbow Badge
Location: Celedon City Gym
Description: Gym Badge, this badge increases all electric-type move strength. You must beat Erika to acquire this badge.
Soul Badge
Location: Fuschia City Gym
Description: Gym Badge, this badge increases all poison-type move strength. You must beat the real Janine to acquire this badge.
Marsh Badge
Location: Saffron City Gym
Description: Gym Badge, this badge increases all psychic-type move strength. You must beat Sabrina to acquire this badge.
Volcano Badge
Location: Seafoam Island Gym
Description: Gym Badge, increases all fire-type move strength. You must beat Blaine to acquire this badge. This badge is now located on Seafoam Island, due to Cinnabar Island's Volcano erupting.
Earth Badge
Location: Viridian Gym
Description: Gym Badge, increases all ground-type move strength. You must beat Gary to acquire this badge.
Bicycle
Location: Goldenrod City
Description: Increase your travel speed.
Red Apricorn
Location: Random strange looking tree-things.
Description: Give this item to Kurt in Azalea Town, and he will make you a Level Ball in one day!
Blu Apricorn
Location: Random strange looking tree-things.
Description: Give this item to Kurt in Azalea Town, and he will make you a Lure Ball in one day!
Ylw Apricorn
Location: Random strange looking tree-things.
Description: Give this item to Kurt in Azalea Town, and he will make you a Moon Ball in one day!
Grn Apricorn
Location: Random strange looking tree-things.
Description: Give this item to Kurt in Azalea Town, and he will make you a Friend Ball in one day!
Wht Apricorn
Location: Random strange looking tree-things.
Description: Give this item to Kurt in Azalea Town, and he will make you a Fast Ball in one day!
Blk Apricorn
Location: Random strange looking tree-things.
Description: Give this item to Kurt in Azalea Town, and he will make you a Heavy Ball in one day!
Pnk Apricorn
Location: Random strange looking tree-things.
Description: Give this item to Kurt in Azalea Town, and he will make you a Love Ball in one day!
Flower Mail
Location: Specialty Stores
Description: You can write a message on this mail, attach it to a Pokemon, and trade it to a friend to read the message, or you can also use the Send Mail feature. This particular piece of mail happens to have a flower background.
Morph Mail
Location: Mystery Gift
Description: You can write a message on this mail, attach it to a Pokemon, and trade it to a friend to read the message, or you can also use the Send Mail feature. This particular piece of mail happens to change itself depending on what Pokemon you have attached it to.
Eon Mail
Location: Mystery Gift
Description: You can write a message on this mail, attach it to a Pokemon, and trade it to a friend to read the message, or you can also use the Send Mail feature. This particular piece of mail happens to have an Eevee-based background.
Surf Mail
Location: Specialty Stores
Description: You can write a message on this mail, attach it to a Pokemon, and trade it to a friend to read the message, or you can also use the Send Mail feature. This particular piece of mail happens to have a Lapras-Based background.
Sky Blue Mail
Location: Specialty Stores
Description: You can write a message on this mail, attach it to a Pokemon, and trade it to a friend to read the message, or you can also use the Send Mail feature. This particular piece of mail happens to have a Sky background.
Light-Blue Mail
Location: Specialty Stores
Description: You can write a message on this mail, attach it to a Pokemon, and trade it to a friend to read the message, or you can also use the Send Mail feature. This particular piece of mail happens to have a light-blue background.
Portrait Mail
Location: Specialty Stores (E.G.: Mt. Moon)
Description: You can write a message on this mail, attach it to a Pokemon, and trade it to a friend to read the message, or you can also use the Send Mail feature. This particular piece of mail happens to have portrait background.
Music Mail
Location: Specialty Stores (E.G.: Mt. Moon)
Description: You can write a message on this mail, attach it to a Pokemon, and trade it to a friend to read the message, or you can also use the Send Mail feature. This particular piece of mail happens to have a musical background.
Silver Wing
Location: Pewter City
Description: A mythical item with a unique silver color. This makes the legendary Pokemon Lugia appear at Whirl Islands. This item will disappear after you encounter Lugia.
Rainbow Wing
Location: Wise Trio
Description: A very special item that has all the colors of the rainbow. With this item, you can make the legendary Pokemon Ho-oh appear at Tin Tower. This item will disappear after you encounter Ho-oh.
Poke Doll
Location: Vermilion City Pokemon Fan Club
Description: This is a special Poke Doll. It is the only doll that can be given to the CopyCat girl in Saffron City. This item will disappear after you give it to the Copy Cat girl.
Machine Part
Location: Cerulean City Gym
Description: This special item is the missing item that the Power Plant needs to restore power to its generator. This item will disappear after you return it to the Power Plant.
Pass
Description: The Copy Cat will give you this very necessary item, once you give her the Poke Doll she lost. It will give you unlimited access to the Magnet Train, but first you must restore power to the Power Plant. The Magnet Train will send you from Kanto to Johto, and vice versa in a few seconds.
S.S. Ticket
Location: New Bark Town
Description: Professor Elm gives this item to you once you have beaten the Elite Four. It will allow you to go on the S.S. Aqua.
Clear Bell
Location: Radio Tower (Goldenrod)
Description: An item that is given to you by the real Director of the Radio Stations in Johto. This item is necessary to see the legendary Pokemon Suicune in the Crystal Version. If you do not have this, then you will not see Suicune. This item will disappear after you fight Suicune.
Mystery Egg
Location: Mr. Pokemon's house.
Description: This Mystery Egg contains Togepi. This egg will disappear after Togepi hatches.
Odd Egg
Location: Breeding House on Route 34
Description: This odd egg is truly odd because it is utterly useless, but can give you a glimpse at some of the baby Pokemon; also has a chance to make a shiny burst out. This item will disappear after one of the Pokemon chosen by the game has hatched.
Coin Case
Location: Goldenrod City
Description: Holds coins (9999 is the maxium), which can be used in Casinos to play various gams and to buy a various assortment of unique goods. Also the currency used by the Move Tutor. Select the Coin Case to view how many coins you have.
Itemfinder
Location: Ecruteak City
Description: Makes an sound when used that indicates that there is a hidden item somewhere around the area. Hit "A" to search for an item that's not visible.
Secret Potion
Location: Cianwood Island
Description: Cures a sick Pokemon that belongs to Jasmine. This item will disappear after you return it to Jasmine at the Lighthouse in Olivine City.
Red Scale
Location: Lake of Rage after beating the Red Gyarados
Description: When this item is given to Mr. Pokemon, he will give you Exp. Share. This item will disappear after you give it to Mr. Pokemon.
Underground Key
Location: Radio Tower (Goldenrod)
Description: A key you receive from beating the impersonating director. With this key, you can open up a locked door in the Underground Path in Goldenrod City.
Card Key
Location: Goldenrod Underground
Description: The Director will give you this key when you find him. Use it to get past the shutters in Goldenrod Radio Tower.
Cleanse Tag
Location: Route 5
Description: When attached the encounter rate of Pokemon is decreased.
Old Rod
Location: Route 32
Description: Your first rod which you can fish for water Pokemon, but the only one you can capture is Magikarp.
Good Rod
Location: Olivine City
Description: A better rod, allows you to catch moderately weak Pokemon.
Super Rod
Location: Silence Bridge Area
Description: The best rod in the game, can catch Powerful Pokemon.
Squirtbottle
Location: Goldenrod City
Description: Enables you to fight the Sudowoodo that is blocking the path to many towns. Remember you only get one chance to fight Sudowoodo!
Expansion Card
Location: Lavender Town
Description: When you receive this card, you can listen to the Radio Stations that are broadcasted in Kanto. It disappears into your Poke Gear.
Blue Card
Location: Radio Tower (Goldenrod)
Description: Stores points for the Password Guess Game on the radio, incase you've won.
Radio Card
Location: Radio Tower (Goldenrod)
Description: The Radio Card enables your Poke Gear to listen to the radio in G/S/C. The radio has a few features, which you get the most use out of in Crystal. You can win prizes, and "learn" something about Pokemon. It disappears into your Poke Gear.
Watch
Location: Mom
Description: Tells time of day, and what day it is. It is very vital in your journey to be #1. It's is part of your Poke Gear.
Map Card
Location: Mom
Description: This activates the map to appear on the Poke Gear option. The map will allow you to view all of Johto at first, but then allows you to view Kanto. This item disappears into your Poke Gear.
Pokedex
Type: Special/Menu Pokedex
Location: Professor Elm
Description: Special device given to you at the beginning of the game. Records what Pokemon you have discovered, caught, and what you do not have, it also makes note of footprints too. It has its own Sub-Menu, Pokedex.
Unown Pokedex
Location: Ruins of Alph
Description: Special device given to you when you capture three varieties of Unown. Records which of the Unown you have caught. Can be accessed under the "Options" menu in the Pokedex.
Upgrade
Location: Sliph Co.
Description: When attached to a Porygon, trade it to a Gold, Silver, or Crystal version to make it to evolve into Porygon2. Disappears if you allow Porygon to evolve into Porygon2.
Dragon Scale
Location: Sliph Co.
Description: When attached to a Seadra, trade it to a Gold, Silver, or Crystal version to make it to evolve into Kingdra. Disappears if you allow Seadra to evolve into Kingdra.
Escape Rope
Item Type: Field
Location: Stores, Field/Mazes, Hidden
Description: Allows you to escape from mazes without traveling.

In-Battle/Attachments
X Attack
Location: Stores, Mazes/Field, Hidden
Description: Raises the attack of the Pokemon who is battling by one level.
X Accuracy
Location: Stores, Mazes/Field, Hidden
Description: Raises the accuracy of the Pokemon who is battling by one level.
X Defend
Location: Stores, Mazes/Field, Hidden
Description: Raises the defense of the Pokemon who is battling by one level.
X Speed
Location: Stores, Mazes/Field, Hidden
Description: Raises the speed of the Pokemon who is battling by one level.
X Special
Location: Stores, Mazes/Field, Hidden
Description: Raises the special (both attack and defense) of the Pokemon who is battling by one level.
Dire Hit
Location: Stores, Mazes/Field, Hidden
Description: Raises the critical hit rate of the Pokemon who is battling by one level.
Guard Spec.
Location: Stores, Mazes/Field, Hidden
Description: Raises the attack of the Pokemon who is battling by one level.
Poke Doll
Location: Stores
Description: Can be used to cause Wild Pokemon to flee.
Berry
Location: Random, strange looking trees, Mystery Gift
Description: Restores 10 HP to one Pokemon. If attached to a Pokemon, the Pokemon will recover 10 HP before it faints. If the Pokemon faints, the item is not used.
Berry Juice
Location: Give a berry to Shuckle, and it will produce it over time.
Description: Restores 20 HP to one Pokemon. If attached to a Pokemon, the Pokemon will recover 20 HP before it faints. If the Pokemon faints, the item is not used.
Gold Berry
Location: 3rd Prize, Bug Catching Contest, Mystery Gift
Description: Restores 30 HP to one Pokemon. If attached to a Pokemon, the Pokemon will recover 30 HP of that Pokemon before it faints. If the Pokemon faints, the item is not used.
PSNCureberry
Location: Random, strange looking trees, Mystery Gift
Description: Cures poisoning. If attached to a Pokemon, the Pokemon will be cured of poison. If the Pokemon faints, the item is not used.
PRZCureBerry
Location: Random, strange looking trees, Mystery Gift
Description: Cures paralysis. If attached to a Pokemon, the Pokemon will be cured of paralysis when paralyzed. If the Pokemon faints, the item is not used.
BurntBerry
Location: Random, strange looking trees, Mystery Gift
Description: Cures freezing. If attached to a Pokemon, the Pokemon will be cured of the frozen state when frozen. If the Pokemon faints, the item is not used.
IceBerry
Location: Random, strange looking trees, Mystery Gift
Description: Cures burning. If attached to a Pokemon, the Pokemon will be cured of burns. If the Pokemon faints, the item is not used. When the item is used
BitterBerry
Location: Random, strange looking trees, Mystery Gift
Description: Cures confusion. If attached to a Pokemon, the Pokemon will be cured of confusion. If the Pokemon faints, the item is not used.
MintBerry
Location: Random, strange looking trees, Mystery Gift
Description: Cures sleep. If attached to a Pokemon, the Pokemon will be cured of sleep. If the Pokemon faints, the item is not used. When the item is used in a battle, then it disappears, exception in Link Battles.
MiracleBerry
Item Type: Attachment/Menu Item/In-Battle Item
Location: Mystery Gift (Very rare)
Description: Cures all status ailments. If attached to a Pokemon, the Pokemon will be cured of anything. If the Pokemon faints, the item is not used.
Leftovers
Location: Attached to any traded (RBY) Snorlax/Clefable or caught Snorlax
Description: When attached to a Pokemon, the Pokemon with this item attached will recover 1/16th of their HP at the end of every turn.
Pink Bow
Location: Route 29 on Tuesday, Radio Tower
Description: Increases normal-type attacks by 10%.
Polka dot Bow
Location: Traded (RBY) Jigglypuff
Description: Increases normal-type attacks by 10%.
Charcoal
Location: Azalea Town, return Fartfetch'd to the Charcoal Maker; Ruins of Alph
Description: Increases fire-type attacks by 10%.
Mystic Water
Location: Cherrygrove City (Surf Need), Ruins of Alph
Description: Increases water-type attacks by 10%.
Magnet
Location: Route 37 on Sunday
Description: Increases electric-type attacks by 10%.
Miracle Seed
Location: Route 32 after beating Falkner
Description: Increases grass-type attacks by 10%
Nevermeltice
Location: Ice Path
Description: Increases ice-type attacks by 10%.
Blackbelt
Location: Lake of Rage on Wednesday
Description: Increases fighting-type attacks by 10%.
Poison Barb
Location: Route 32 on Friday, Catch Beedrill
Description: Increases poison-type attacks by 10%.
Soft Sand
Location: Beat the three Water trainers on Route 34 (Surf Needed)
Description: Increases ground-type attacks by 10%.
Sharp Beak
Location: Route 40 on Monday
Description: Increases flying-type attacks by 10%.
Twistedspoon
Location: Traded (Yellow) Kadabra
Description: Increases psychic-type attacks by 10%.
Silver Powder
Location: Catch Butterfree
Description: Increases bug-type attacks by 10%
Hard Rock
Location: Route 36 on Thursday
Description: Increases rock-type attacks by 10%.
Spell Tag
Location: Blackthorn City on Sunday
Description: Increases ghost-type attacks by 10%
Dragon Fang
Location: Dragon's Den
Description: Increases dragon-type attacks by 10%.
Dark Glasses
Location: Dark Cave (Route 45 Entrance)
Description: Increases dark-type attacks by 10%.
Metal Coat
Location: St. Anne (The First Trip), Wild Magnemite, Trade a Dugtrio in Power Plant
Description: Increases steel-type attacks by 10%. Used to evolve Onix into Steelix and Scyther into Scizor.
Bright Powder
Location: Traded (RBY) Legendary
Description: Chance to decrease your opponent's accuracy.
Berserk Gene
Location: Route 24
Description: Doubles your Pokemon's attack and confuses them.
Smoke Ball
Location: Goldenrod Underground
Description: If the Pokemon that has this item attached uses the "Run" command in a wild Pokemon battle, they will run 100% of the time.
Scope Lens
Location: Mystery Gift
Description: Increases critical hit rate up by 1 level.
King's Rock
Location: Slowpoke Well (Rocksmash and Surf are both needed).
Description: Adds a chance to flinch to most attacks. Also used to evolve Slowpoke into Slowking and Poliwhirl into Politoed.
Exp. Share
Location: Route 30, give Mr. Pokemon the Red Scale
Description: When attached to a Pokemon (regardless of whether it battles or not), the Pokemon will gain 1/2 the EXP earned from the battle.
Quick Claw
Location: National Park, Catch Sneasel
Description: You get a 25% chance to go first in battle.
Amulet Coin
Location: Basement of Goldenrod Department Store
Description: Doubles amount of money received in Trainer Battles.
Everstone
Location: 2nd Place at Bug Catching Contest, Show Lickitung to Bill's Grandpa, Professor Elm (Show him Togepi).
Description: Prevents evolution of a Pokemon, if it is attached to a Pokemon.
Lucky Egg
Location: Catch a Chansey (Rare)
Description: Increase the experience gained by a Pokemon.
Stick
Location: Catch a Farfetch'd
Description: If attached to a Farfetch'd, increase its critical hit rating by 2.
Thick Club
Location: Catch a Cubone or Marowak
Description: If attached to a Cubone or Marowak, double its attack.
Light Ball
Location: Trade a Pikachu from Pokemon Yellow
Description: If attached to a Pikachu, it will double its Special Attack.
Lucky Punch
Location: Trade (RBY) a Chansey
Description: If attached to a Chansey, increase its critical hit rating by 2.
Metal Powder
Location: Trade (RBY) a Ditto
Description: If attached to a Ditto, increase its defense.
Room
Note: All the Pokemon Dolls can be placed inside your room and all the Posters can be put up on the wall in your room.
Charmander Doll
Location: Mom
Description: A doll of the Pokemon Charmander.
Pikachu Doll
Location: Mom
Description: A doll of the Pokemon f Pikachu.
Jigglypuff Doll
Location: Mystery Gift
Description: A doll of the Pokemon Jigglypuff.
Poliwag Doll
Item Type: Room
Description: A doll of the Pokemon Poliwag.
Diglett Doll
Location: Mystery Gift
Description: A doll of the Pokemon Diglett.
Staryu Doll
Location: Mystery Gift
Description: A doll of the Pokemon Staryu.
Magikarp Doll
Location: Mystery Gift
Description: A doll of the Pokemon Magikarp.
Oddish Doll
Location: Mystery Gift
Description: A doll of the Pokemon Oddish.
Gengar Doll
Location: Mystery Gift
Description: A doll of the Pokemon Gengar.
Shellder Doll
Location: Mystery Gift
Description: A doll of the Pokemon Shellder.
Grimer Doll
Location: Mystery Gift
Description: A doll of the Pokemon Grimer.
Voltorb Doll
Location: Mystery Gift
Description: A doll of the Pokemon Voltorb.
Weedle Doll
Location: Mystery Gift
Description: A doll of the Pokemon Weedle.
Geodude Doll
Location: Mystery Gift
Description: A doll of the Pokemon Geodude.
Machop Doll
Location: Mystery Gift
Description: A doll of the Pokemon Machop.
Bulbasaur Doll
Item Type: Room
Location: Mystery Gift
Description: A doll of the Pokemon Bulbasaur.
Squirtle Doll
Location: Mystery Gift
Description: A doll of the Pokemon Squirtle.
Clefairy Doll
Location: Mom
Description: A doll of the Pokemon Clefairy.
Surf Pikachu Doll
Location: Mystery Gift
Description: An alternate doll of the Pokemon Pikachu. This one is riding on a pink surfboard with a lightning bolt bottom.
Unown Doll
Location: Mystery Gift (Stadium G/S/C)
Description: A doll of the Pokemon Unown. This doll can only be acquired using the Pokemon Stadium G/S/C Mystery Gift feature.
Tentacool Doll
Location: Mystery Gift (Stadium G/S/C)
Description: A doll of the Pokemon Tentacool. This doll can only be acquired using the Pokemon Stadium G/S/C Mystery Gift feature.
Clefairy Poster
Location: Mystery Gift
Description: A poster of the Pokemon Clefairy.
Jigglypuff Poster
Location: Mystery Gift
Description: A poster of the Pokemon Jigglypuff.
Pikachu Poster
Location: Mystery Gift
Description: A poster of the Pokemon Pikachu.
Town Map
Location: Start of game
Description: A map of Johto. It is in your room as the beginning of the game.
Super NES
Location: Mystery Gift
Description: A Super Nintendo Entertainment System for your room. This can be put up in your room next to your TV. If you view this in Pokemon Stadium G/S/C, you can see games being played on it such as Dynablade from Kirby Superstar.
NES
Location: Mystery Gift
Description: A Nintendo Entertainment System for your room. This can be put up in your room next to your TV. If you view this in Pokemon Stadium G/S/C, you can see games being played on it such as Punch out.
Nintendo64
Location: Mystery Gift
Description: A Nintendo64 console for your room. This can be put up in your room next to your TV. If you view this in Pokemon Stadium G/S/C, you can see games being played on it such as Super Mario 64.
Virtual Boy
Location: Mystery Gift
Description: A Virtual Boy console for your room. This can be put up in your room next to your TV. However, you cannot view it on your TV, since the Virtual Boy is looked through a scope-like lens.
Magna Plant
Location: Mystery Gift
Description: A plant for your room.
Tropic Plant
Location: Mystery Gift
Description: A plant for your room.
Christmas Tree
Location: Mystery Gift (Stadium)
Description: A plant for your room.
Feather Bed
Location: Start
Description: The basic bed you start out with. It has white sheets.
Pink Bed
Location: Mystery Gift
Description: A bed for your room. It has pink sheets.
Polkadot Bed
Location: Mystery Gift
Description: A bed for your room. It has polka dot sheets.
Pikachu Bed
Location: Mystery Gift (Stadium G/S/C)
Description: A bed for your room. It has Pikachu sheets.
Red Carpet
Location: Mystery Gift
Description: Carpeting for your room, red colored.
Blue Carpet
Location: Mystery Gift
Description: Carpeting for your room, blue colored.
Yellow Carpet
Location: Mystery Gift
Description: Carpeting for your room, yellow colored.
Green Carpet
Location: Mystery Gift
Description: Carpeting for your room, colored green.
Jumbo Plant
Location: Mystery Gift
Description: A very large plant for your room.
Big Snorlax Doll
Location: Mom
Description: A huge doll of the Pokemon Snorlax.
Big Onix Doll
Location: Mystery Gift
Description: A huge doll of the Pokemon Onix.
Big Lapras Doll
Location: Mystery Gift
Description: A huge doll of the Pokemon Lapras.
Normal Box - Silver Trophy
Location: Trade a Pokemon received from a R1 fight in the original Pokemon Stadium.
Description: When a Normal Box is opened, you receive the Silver Trophy that can be put in your room on the same table as the dolls.
Gorgeous Box - Gold Trophy
Location: Trade a Pokemon received from a R2 fight in the original Pokemon Stadium.
Description: When a Gorgeous Box is opened, you receive the Gold Trophy that can be put in your room on the same table as the dolls.

Sale
Note: All these items can be sold at any department store,
Nugget
Item Type: Attachment/Sale
Location: Hidden, Mazes/Field.
Silver Leaf
Item Type: Attachment/Sale
Location: Trade certain Pokemon from Red, Blue, Yellow to Gold, Silver, Crystal versions.
Gold Leaf
Item Type: Attachment/Sale
Location: Trade certain Pokemon from Red, Blue, Yellow to Gold, Silver, Crystal versions.
Tiny Mushroom
Item Type: Attachment/Sale
Location: Trade a Paras or Parasect from Red, Blue, Yellow to Gold, Silver, Crystal versions.
Big Mushroom
Item Type: Attachment/Sale
Location: Trade a Paras or Parasect from Red, Blue, Yellow to Gold, Silver, Crystal versions.
Pearl
Location: Trade a Shellder or Cloyster from Red, Blue, Yellow to Gold, Silver, Crystal versions.
Big Pearl
Location: Trade a Shellder or Cloyster from Red, Blue, Yellow to Gold, Silver, Crystal versions.
Star Dust
Location: Catch a Staryu or Starmie.
Star Piece
Location: Catch a Staryu or Starmie.

Move Tutor
Move TutorOne of the things that makes Pokemon Crystal different and better from Gold/Silver is that once you defeat the Elite Four and Lance, a man will appear outside the Goldenrod Game Corner on Saturdays and Wednesdays, but there is something special about him. This man is the move tutor and for 4000 game coins, he will teach one of your Pokemon either, Ice Beam, Thunderbolt, or Flamethrower. The only drawback is that he only teaches your Pokemon one move a day, so choose wisely! They probably decided to add the move tutor because the supermoves like Thunder may be powerful, but they miss a lot. Below is a table that helps you by listing all the moves your Pokemon can learn. Pokemon Move(s)
Charmander/Charmeleon/Charizard Flamethrower
Squirtle/Wartortle/Blastoise Ice Beam
Rattata/Raticate Thunderbolt (Raticate only), Ice Beam (Raticate only)
Nidoran(f)/Nidorina/Nidoqueen Thunderbolt, Ice Beam (Nidorina only), Flamethrower (Nidoqueen only)
Nidoran(m)/Nidorino/Nidoking Thunderbolt, Ice Beam (Nidorino only), Flamethrower (Nidoking only)
Vulpix/Ninetales Flamethrower
Meowth/Persian Thunderbolt
Psyduck/Golduck Ice Beam
Mankey/Primeape Thunderbolt
Growlithe/Arcanine Flamethrower
Poliwag/Poliwhirl/Poliwrath/Politoed Ice Beam
Machop/Machoke/Machamp Flamethrower
Tentacool/Tentacruel Ice Beam
Geodude/Graveler/Golem Flamethrower
Ponyta/Rapidash Flamethrower
Slowpoke/Slowbro/Slowking Flamethrower, Ice Beam
Magnemite/Magneton Thunderbolt
Seel/Dewgong Ice Beam
Grimer/Muk Flamethrower, Thunderbolt
Shellder/Cloyster Ice Beam
Gastly/Haunter/Gengar Thunderbolt
Krabby/Kingler Ice Beam
Voltorb/Electrode Thunderbolt
Cubone/Marowak Flamethrower, Ice Beam
Lickitung Flamethrower, Thunderbolt, Ice Beam
Koffing/Weezing Flamethrower, Thunderbolt
Rhyhorn/Rhydon Flamethrower, Thunderbolt, Ice Beam
Chansey/Blissey Flamethrower, Thunderbolt, Ice Beam
Kangaskhan Flamethrower, Thunderbolt, Ice Beam
Horsea/Seadra/Kingdra Ice Beam
Goldeen/Seaking Ice Beam
Staryu/Starmie Thunderbolt, Ice Beam
Mr. Mime Thunderbolt
Tauros Flamethrower, Thunderbolt, Ice Beam
Gyarados Flamethrower, Thunderbolt, Ice Beam
Lapras Thunderbolt, Ice Beam
Eevee/Vaporeon/Jolteon/Flareon Ice Beam (Vaporeon only), Thunderbolt (Jolteon only), Flamethrower (Flareon only)
Porygon/Porygon 2 Thunderbolt, Ice Beam
Omanyte/Omastar Ice Beam
Kabuto/Kabutops Ice Beam
Aerodactyl Flamethrower
Snorlax Flamethrower, Thunderbolt, Ice Beam
Articuno Ice Beam
Zapdos Thunderbolt
Moltres Flamethrower
Dratini/Dragonair/Dragonite Flamethrower, Thunderbolt, Ice Beam
Mewtwo Flamethrower, Thunderbolt, Ice Beam
Mew Flamethrower, Thunderbolt, Ice Beam
Cyndaquil/Quilava/Typhlosion Flamethrower
Totodile/Croconaw/Feraligatr Ice Beam
Chinchou/Lanturn Thunderbolt, Ice Beam
Pichu/Pikachu/Raichu Thunderbolt
Cleffa/Clefairy/Clefable Flamethrower, Thunderbolt (Clefairy only), Ice Beam (Clefairy only)
Igglybuff/Jigglypuff Flamethrower, Thunderbolt (Jigglypuff only), Ice Beam (Jigglypuff only)
Togepi/Togetic Flamethrower
Mareep/Flaaffy/Ampharos Thunderbolt
Marill/Azumarill Ice Beam
Aipom Thunderbolt
Wooper/Quagsire Ice Beam
Misdreavus Thunderbolt
Girafarig Thunderbolt
Snubbull/Granbull Thunderbolt
Qwilfish Ice Beam
Sneasel Ice Beam
Slugma/Magcargo Flamethrower
Swinub/Piloswine Ice Beam
Corsola Ice Beam
Remoraid/Octillery Flamethrower, Ice Beam
Delibird Ice Beam
Mantine Ice Beam
Houndour/Houndoom Flamethrower
Smoochum/Jynx Ice Beam
Elekid/Electabuzz Thunderbolt
Magby/Magmar Flamethrower
Miltank Thunderbolt, Ice Beam
Raikou Thunderbolt
Entei Flamethrower
Suicune Ice Beam
Larvitar/Pupitar/Tyranitar Flamethrower, Thunderbolt, Ice Beam
Lugia Thunderbolt, Ice Beam
Ho-oh Flamethrower, Thunderbolt

Dratini with Extremespeed
Pokemon Crystal owners exclusively have the opportunity to claim a unique Extremespeed Dratini from Clair's grandfather in the Dragon's Den Shrine after defeating his granddaughter and answering his ridiculously simple questions. Below is a list of all the questions he will ask, the correct answers are in green, while the incorrect answers are in red.
1. What are your Pokemon to you?
Pal
Incorrect Underling
Friend
2. What helps you to win battles?
Strategy
Raising
Incorrect Cheating
3. What kind of trainers do you wish to battle?
Incorrect Weak Person
Incorrect Tough Person
Anybody
4. What is the most important thing for raising Pokemon?
Love
Incorrect Violence
Knowledge
5. Strong Pokemon, Weak Pokemon. Which is More Important?
Incorrect Tough
Both
Incorrect Weak
Once you have successfully answered all the questions, you will be given a Dratini. If you answered them all correctly, it will have Extremespeed, but if you answer one or more wrong it will have Leer instead.

Battle Tower
Battle TowerThe Battle Tower is something exclusive to Pokemon Crystal and it might as well be worth buying it just for it. The Battle Tower is located west of Olivine City. Go into the house in front of it, and you'll find yourself standing in front of a tall structure filled with trainers. Before you enter, make sure that you have only three Pokemon. In the Japanese version of the game you would need a Mobile GB Adapter, but since those aren't available in North America, you don't need one. When you enter, go talk to the receptionist who will tell you that you have to have 3 Pokemon or you can't enter. You also have to choose which rules you are going to play by. What I mean by that is if you have a Level 56 Fearow, then you'll have to go to the Level 60 room. Now you are taken up the floors by an elevator to the floor with the level that fits you. The Level of the Pokemon varies between 10-100, but if you haven't beaten the Elite Four, only levels 10 - 40 are allowed. If you are thinking of using potions, then think again! You can only use attachments, which makes it kind of like Pokemon Stadium 2. The same attachments also cannot be attached to different Pokemon, and you must use different Pokemon. Just like in Stadium, you won't gain any experience from battling trainers. There are a grand total of 10 floors in the Battle Tower, and seven trainers on each floor, which makes a total of 70 trainers. Luckily you won't be battling all of them though, because that would take you forever! You only battle on the floor of the level that was selected. If you defeat all the trainers in a row in one challenge area, you'll get a prize. Battle TowerPrizes comes in groups of 5 and you can either get: 5 Proteins, 5 Carbos, 5 Calciums, 5 Irons, or 5 HP UPs. That may not sound like much, but do you know how much those things cost? Now that you have them use them to boost your Pokemon's stats and return and keep battling for more prizes!



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