Guide Game Boy

Pokemon Red/Blue FAQ/Guide
Platform: Game Boy
Rated E for Everyone

Contents:
1. Introduction
2. Legal Stuff
3. Contact Information
4. Red/Blue differences
5. TM List
6. HM List
7. Marts
8. Pokemon List
9. Gym Leaders And Their Pokemon
10. Extra Stuff

1. Introduction

Pokemon was made for the Game Boy a while back, and was a big hit, no doubt about 
it. A game where you collect little creatures called Pokemon and battle with them 
to 
the bitter end.

2. Legal Stuff

I have put a lot of effort into making this FAQ so please do not copy, reproduce 
or 
sell this FAQ. This FAQ may be posted on other websites but you will need consent 
from the author ([email protected]).  

3. Contact Information

My e-mail address is [email protected] (See below for e-mail guidelines)

E-mails that I will accept: Questions that havenít been answered in this FAQ
			  Suggestions on how to better this FAQ
			  What other games you would like me to write

E-mails that I will NOT accept: E-mails that are in ALL CAPS
			           Questions that have already been answered in 
this 
FAQ
			           Hate mail
			           Suggestions that are not useful what so ever.

4. Pokemon Red/Blue Differences

People say that there isnít a difference between the versions, BUT THERE IS! 

There are Pokemon that you can only catch in the Blue Version and there are 
Pokemon 
that you can only catch in the Red Version. For your convienence I have listed 
them 
below:

Pokemon not in Red Version:			Pokemon not in Blue Version:
Pinsir						Scyther		
Magmar					        Electabuzz
Sanshrew					Ekans
Sandslash					Arbok
Meowth 					        Mankey
Persian						Primeape
Bellsprout					Oddish
Weepinbell					Gloom
Victreebel					Vileplume
Vulpix						Growlithe
Ninetales					Aracanine

5. TM List

The following is a list of all of the TMís (Technical Machines) that different 
Pokemon can learn.

TM1-Mega Punch
TM2-Razor Wind
TM3-Swords Dance
TM4-Whirlwind
TM5-Mega Kick
TM6-Toxic
TM7-Horn Drill
TM8-Body Slam
TM9-Take Down
TM10-Double-Edge
TM11-Bubblebeam
TM12-Water Gun
TM13-Ice Beam
TM14-Blizzard
TM15-Hyper Beam
TM16-Pay Day
TM17-Submission
TM18-Counter
TM19-Seismic Toss
TM20-Rage
TM21-Mega Drain
TM22-Solarbeam
TM23-Dragon Rage
TM24-Thunderbolt
TM25-Thunderbolt
TM26-Earthquake
TM27-Fissure
TM28-Dig
TM29-Psychic
TM30-Teleport
TM31-Mimic
TM32-Double Team
TM33-Reflect
TM34-Bide
TM35-Metronome
TM36-Self destruct
TM37-Egg Bomb
TM38-Fire Blast
TM39-Swift
TM40-Skull Bash
TM41-Softboiled
TM42-Dream Eater
TM43-Sky Attack
TM44-Rest
TM45-Thunder Wave
TM46-Psywave
TM47-Explosion
TM48-Rock Slide
TM49-Tri Attack
TM50-Substitute
6. HM List

The following is an HM (Hidden Machine) list.

HM01-Cut
HM02-Fly
HM03-Surf
HM04-Strength
HM05-Flash

7. Marts


Pokemon Marts sell the following-

Antidote- $100
Awakening- $250
Burn Heal- $250
Full Heal- $600
Full Restore- $3,000
Great Ball- $600
Hyper Potion- $1,500
Ice Heal- $250
Max Potion- $2,500
Max Repel- $700
Paralyze Heal- $200
Poke Ball- $200
Repel- $350
Revive- $1,500
Super Potion- $700
Super Repel- $500
Ultra Ball- $1,200

The Celedon City Department Store Sells-

Calcium- $9,800
Carbos- $ 9,800
Dire Hit- $650
Fire Stone- $ 2,100
Fresh Water- $200
Guard Spec.- $700
Iron- $9,800
Leaf Stone- $2,100
Lemonade- $250
Poke Doll- $1,000
Protein- $9,800
Soda Pop-$300
Thunder Stone- $2,100
Water Stone- $2,100
X Accuracy- $950
X Attack- $500
X Defend- $ 550
X Special- $350
X Speed- $350


8. Pokemon List

1. Bulbasaur
2. Ivysaur
3. Venusaur
4. Charmander
5. Charmeleon
6. Charizard
7. Squirtle
8. Wartortle
9. Blastoise
10. Caterpie
11. Metapod
12. Butterfree
13. Weedle
14. Kakuna 
15. Beedrill
16. Pidgey
17. Pidgeotto
18. Pidgeot
19. Rattata
20. Raticate
21. Spearow
22. Fearow
23. Ekans
24. Arbok
25. Pikachu
26. Raichu
27. Sandshrew
28. Sandslash
29. Nidoran (female_
30. Nidorina
31. Nidoqueen
32. Nidoran (male)
33. Nidorino
34. Nidoking
35. Clefairy
36. Clefable
37. Vulpix
38. Ninetales
39. Jigglypuff
40. Wigglytuff
41. Zubat
42. Golbat
43. Oddish
44. Gloom
45. Vileplume
46. Paras
47. Parasect
48. Venonat
49. Venomoth
50. Diglett
51. Dugtrio
52. Meowth
53. Persian
54. Psyduck
55. Golduck
56. Mankey
57. Primeape
58. Growlithe
59. Arcanine
60. Poliwag
61. Poliwhirl
62. Poliwrath
63. Abra
64. Kadabra
65. Alakazam
66. Machop
67. Machoke
68. Machamp
69. Bellsprout
70. Weepinbell
71. Victreebel
72. Tentacool
73. Tentacruel
74. Geodude
75. Graveler
76. Golem
77. Ponyta
78. Rapidash
79. Slowpoke
80. Slowbro
81. Magnamite
82. Magnaton
83. Farfetchíd
84. Doduo
85. Dodrio
86. Seel
87. Dewgong
88. Grimer
89. Muk
90. Shellder
91. Cloyster
92. Gastly
93. Haunter 
94. Gengar
95. Onix
96. Drowzee
97. Hypno
98. Krabby
99. Kingler
100. Voltorb
101. Electrode
102. Exeggcute
103. Exegutor
104. Cubone
105. Marowak
106. Hitmonlee
107. Hitmonchan
108. Likitung
109. Koffing
110. Weezing
111. Rhyhorn
112. Rhydon
113. Chansey
114. Tangels
115. Kangaskan
116. Horsea
117. Seadra
118. Goldeen
119. Seaking
120. Staryu
121. Starmie
122. Mr. Mime
123. Scyther
124. Jynx
125. Electabuzz
126. Magmar
127. Pinsir
128. Tauros
129. Magikarp
130. Gyrados
131. Lapras
132. Ditto
133. Eevee
134. Vaporeon
135. Jolteon
136. Flareon
137. Porygon
138. Omanyte
139. Omastar
140. Kabuto
141. Kabutops
142. Aerodactyl
143. Snorlax
144. Articuno
145. Zapdos
146. Moltres
147. Dratini
148. Dragonair
149. Dragonite
150. Mewtwo

9. Gym Leaders And Their Pokemon

What pokemon do the gym leaders use???
I have listed them below
(Elite Four Pokemon coming soon!!)

I. Brock
1. Onix (level 14)
2. Geodude (level 12)

II. Misty
1. Staryu (level 18)
2. Starmie (level 21)

III. Lt. Surge
1. Voltorb (level 21)
2. Pikachu (level 18)
3. Raichu (level 24)

IV. Erika
1. Victreebel (level 29)
2. Tangela (level 24)
3. Vileplume (level 29)

V. Sabrina
1. Kadabra (level 38)
2. Mr. Mime (level 37)
3. Venomoth (level 38)
4. Alakazam (level 43)

VI. Koga
1. Koffing (level 37)
2. Muk (level 39)
3. Koffing (level 37)
4. Weezing (level 43)

VII. Blaine
1. Growlithe (level 42)
2. Ponyta (level 40)
3. Rapidash (level 42)
4. Arcanine (level 47)

VIII. Giovanni
1. Rhyhorn (level 45)
2. Dugtrio (level 42)
3. Nidoqueen (level 43)
4. Nidoking (level 45)
5. Rhydon (level 50)




10. Extra Stuff

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