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    Pokemon Gold / Silver

    Strongest Pokemon
    If you find, as you get on later in the Game, that opponents are Hard, keep bettling the same people who wish to, or wild animals of that level. Leveling up your creatures by Rare Candy may be quick, but its not as powerful as doing it by hand.
    Superior Battle Power
    Once you have Got to the Stage where you can transport Pokemon across time, put basic Pokemon that arent from Johto, or have any Johto moves in your Party, and Trade with your Pokemon Blue or Red for your Special Level 100 Pokemon.

    Special Bellsprout
    Any time during the game, go to the tall grass closest to Violet City exit south of the Gym. Walk around in the grass and eventually you shall find a Bellsprout with purple lips.

    Fast scroll through the credits
    When the credits appears, hold down the B button and the credits will run through in about 15 seconds.

    Catch a slowbro (or evolve a slowpoke) and give it the symbol of King. Then trade slowbro to another game and it should change into a Yadoking

    Light bue poliwag
    Once you have the Super Rod, use it to fish in the water right above Vermillion City. Eventually, you should find a light blue Poliwag.

    Copy Master Balls
    To copy a Master ball you use the code of copying pokemon. Attach the Master ball to your pokemon and do the code, when the codes done you'll have two Master balls.You can keep doing this untill you have all the Master balls you want.

    Get Two Master Balls
    You can get two Master balls in the game. One Master ball you get from Professor Elm when you get all the badges. The other place you get a Master ball is in the Lucky Number show. You have to win four numbers and then you get the Master ball. Every time you win before you get the Master ball they give you PP ups.

    A Blue Koffing
    To get a Blue Koffing, go to where you scare away the three legendary cats (Burned Tower, Ecruteak city) and walk around. Eventually, you will run into a Blue, shiney Koffing.

    Day-Care Copying
    There is an easier (but time-wasting) way to copy Pokemon. For example, for two Typhlosions, breed a Cindaquil with Ditto. When the egg hatches, you will get a Cindaquil. Train both to Level 32 and they will evolve into Typhlosion.

    Hint on Starting Pokemon
    Chikorita: A Grass-type Pokemon with girlish looks, Chikorita is the most challenging of the three starting Pokemon. It's not particulary strong against any of the Pokemon you'll encounter in the first part of the game (in fact, it's extremely weak against most of the Gym Pokemon!), so you must spend a lot of time leveling it up and building a team of support Pokemon. Chikorita is recommended for experienced Pokemon Trainers or players who want an extra challenge.

    Totodile: This Water-type Pokemon is a good, all-around choice for a starting Pokemon. It's greatest strengh lies in its flexibility. Of the three starting Pokemon, it can use the most HMs and has no weaknesses against the Pokemon you encounter in the beginning of the game. This is a great starting Pokemon for any player.

    Cindaquil: Known for its fiery quills, this Fire-type is the strongest of the three starting Pokemon. In fact, you can make it through most of the game on the strengh of his Pokemon alone. (It's final form, Typhlosion, is extremely powerful!) Choose Cindaquil if you're playing the Silver version and your Typhlosion and Lugia will take out the Elite Four easily! Cindaquil is the best choice for new players and those who want to speed through the game.

    A Psychic Pokemon that knows Dark moves
    Train your Eevee to level 30. Make sure you don't make it evolve. At level 30 it learns Bite. Then train it good and make sure it evolves before it grows to level 36. It will evolve into Espeon and learn Psybeam. Ta-da! You have a Psychic Pokemon that knows Dark moves!!!

    Easy way to take out Lance
    If you chose Totodile at the start of the game, use it against Lance. Make sure it knows Ice Punch. Use Ice Punch to knock Lance's Pokemon down one by one. Dragonite and Aerodactyl are the ones most affected. Use a Raichu or Ampharaos to take out Gyarados. You thought it was Dragon/flying? Nope It's WATER/Flying.

    Battle the guard near Daycare Center
    At night, talk to the guard near the Daycare Center. He might battle you, but he has a Level 17 Growlithe that you might take out easily. His name is Officer Keith.

    Metal Coat
    First you need to beat the pokemon league. then Prof. Elm will call you and tell you that he has a suprise for you. Go him to get the S.S. Anne ticket to get on the S.S. Aqua. Get on the ship, walk down a couple of steps. Then this man will bump into you and he will say that he lost his granddaughter. He will ask you if you could help him find her. Then go to the right, then down, and go down or up the step. Walk up and this man will block you from going to the captain's room. He will ask you to find somebody that works with him. The man is in the room right next your room where you can revive you pokemon. Then he wants to batlle you. Defeat him and go back to the man blocked you from going to the captain's room. He will let you by so you can go to the room. When you get to the room, there is the captian and a girl. The girl is the old mans grandchild. Talk to her and she will go back to her grandfather. There room is in the bottom right house all the way to the right. Talk to the old man and he will say thanks for finding his grandchild and he will give you a silver caot. The only two pokemon that can use the coat is Scyther and Onix.

    Rid yourself of Data
    At the Start Screen press "Sel" "up" and "B".

    Ho-Ho and Lugia
    You can find Ho-Ho on top of Tin Tower and Lugia in the bottom-left Whirl Island. In Silver, Ho-Ho is on level 70 and Lugia is on level 40. In Gold Ho-Ho is on level 40 and Lugia is on level 70. Lugia's types are Psychic and Flying. Ho-Ho's types are Fire and Flying. Ho-Ho is holding Sacred Ash when you get him, when all your guys faint you use the Sacred Ash ( automatically ) and it heals all your pokemon ful health.

    Trade-Only Pokemon
    Gold Version
    The following Pokemon are not available in Pokemon Gold and have to be traded from Silver, Red, Blue or Yellow:

    Bulbasaur, Ivysaur and Venusaur
    Squirtle, Wartortle and Blastoise
    Charmander, Charmeleon and Charizard
    Kabuto and Kabutops
    Omanyte and Omastar
    Vulpix and Ninetales
    Meowth and Persian
    Phanpy and Donphan
    Ledyba and Ledian

    Silver Version
    The following Pokemon are not available in Pokemon Silver and have to be traded from Gold, Red, Blue or Yellow:

    Bulbasaur, Ivysaur and Venusaur
    Squirtle, Wartortle and Blastoise
    Charmander, Charmeleon and Charizard
    Kabuto and Kabutops
    Omanyte and Omastar
    Mankey and Primeape
    Growlithe and Arcanine
    Teddiursa and Ursaring
    Spinarak and Ariados

    Alternate Pokemon Colors
    Did you know that there are Pokemon hidden in Gold/Silver that have alternate colors, aka shiny status? There is no easy way to find them (except for the Red Gyarados in the Lake of Rage) as they appear at random -- but they're out there. If you see specially colored Pokemon, be sure to catch them as they are very rare. You can recognize them by the sparkle effect when they appear in battle, or by checking on the Pokemon Status Screen. Next to the Male/Female symbol, these special Pokemon are marked with three dots.

    There are any number of these rare types, including alternate versions of Nidoking (dark blue), Golbat (purple/green), Tentacruel (green eyes), Rapidash (purple), Scyther (orange/green), Hoothoot (yellow/purple), Sudowoodu (green/red), Ho-oh (yellow/orange), and more.

    Breeding Evolutions
    At the Daycare Center south of Goldenrod City on Route 33, you can give a male Pokemon and a female Pokemon to the keepers to breed new Pokemon.

    Breed two Pikachus to get Pichu.
    Breed two Electabuzzes and you get Elekid.
    Breed two Clefairies and you get Cleffa.
    Breed two Jigglypuffs and you get Igglybuff.
    Breed two Magmars and you get Magby.
    Breed a Venonat with a Pinsir to get Pinsir.
    Breed a Hitmonchan or Hitmonlee with a Ditto to get Tyrogue.
    Breed a Clefairy with a Snubbull to get another Snubbul.
    Breed a Gyarados with the Red Gyarados to get a golden Magikarp.

    Replace any of the Pokemon with the genderless Ditto if you've only got one of a kind. Ditto will act as a wildcard Pokemon.

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

    Trade Evolutions
    There are a couple of Pokemon that only evolve when traded with another trainer. Some trade evolutions also require that the Pokemon holds a certain item when traded. Here's the list:

    Kadabra - Alakazam
    Graveler - Golem
    Haunter - Gengar
    Machoke - Machamp
    Poliwhirl - Politoed (hold King's Rock)
    Onix - Steelix (hold Metal Coat)
    Scyther - Scizor (hold Metal Coat)
    Porygon - Porygon2 (hold Up-Grade)
    Slowpoke - Slowking (hold King's Rock)
    Seadra - Kingdra (hold Dragon Scale)

    Special Trainers
    There are six extremely helpful Pokemon trainers in Gold/Silver whose telephone numbers you should definitely keep in your Pokegear. These six will randomly give you tips on how to find rare Pokemon and steer you towards areas where certain Pokemon are currently "swarming."

    Fisherman Ralph (Route 32): Helps you find Qwilfish
    Hiker Anthony (Route 33): Helps you find Dunsparce
    Bug Catcher Arnie (Route 35): Helps you find Yanma
    Schoolboy Chad (Route 38): Helps you find Snubbull
    Fisherman Wilton (Route 44): Helps you find Remoraid
    Hiker Parry (Route 45): Helps you find Marill

    Copying Pokemon and Items
    First go to a PC and save in front of it. Then open it and deposit the Pokemon with the item that you want to copy. When you're done, change boxes. Right before it says "SAVING, PLEASE DO NOT TURN OFF THE POWER". Turn the game off and then on.

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Secret Levels
On the character select screen go to Sonia and hold ^
then press START. The screen will shake, then choose the character you wish to fight against.
Change To Motarro
On the character select screen go to the box of the character you wish to battle with and push and hold <, >C, and ^C. Don't let go until you see your character turn into MOTARRO. Note: This code only works if you are fighting in the stage called WASTE LAND or JADE'SDESSERT.

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