Mt Ember: Home Of Moltres
Pokémon found : Ponyta, Rapidash, Machop, Fearow, Geodude, Spearow, Magmar
Pokémon found : Machop, Geodude, Machoke
Yep, Moltres has moved since the originals and is no longer located in Victory Road. Go up those stairs. The Hiker there will teach one of your Pokémon Explosion. Go right if you want to find two suspicious Rockets, supposedly digging for some treasure. If not, just go left and use Strength to push the boulder on the left, then also push the boulder below so that you can battle the Picnicker. Go through the grass on the left, up the stairs and take the jagged path right and down. Smash the rocks you come to and go up the stairs.
Go up the next stairs and battle that Crush Girl to the right. Continue right, go through that grass and pick up the Dire Hit on the end. Go back left, down the stairs at the end and take the left path, battling the Pokémon Ranger.
At the end of that dead end to the left is an invisible Ultra Ball. Then enter the cave behind him, take that narrow path to the end and go through the other entrance there. Follow the only way there too, go up all the stairs and in through the entrance you will then come to. Take that small path until you come out of the cave. Go left there and up the stairs. To the right, there’s a small puzzle: smash the breakable rocks and push the lowest boulder to the side, then push the right boulder up and the left boulder left. Go up and pick up the Fire Stone.
Battle – Wild Moltres
Route 1: Ton Of Useless Routes
Pokémon found: Venonat, Oddish , Bellsprout , Pidgeotto, Pidgey, Ditto, Gloom , Weepinbell
Go on left and battle the two Bikers. This time, the grass patches actually aren’t behind Cuttable trees, but the Pokémon found in them are the EXACT SAME, levels and rarity included, as on Route 13 . Like I said, a ton of useless routes…
To the Bikers’ left, there are two Beauties, who you can also battle, and left of them, a Picnicker. Then two Bird Keepers, and after that, another Picnicker . Then finally, there’s a gatehouse. But first , go all the way back through the whole of Route 15, Cut that tree just above, and take the upper path. A Picnicker after a bit of walk left, then a Crush Kin , and then the other Picnicker . If you continue left, you’ll find TM18 , and then jump off the ledge and enter the gatehouse.
Go up the stairs in the bottom right corner if you have 50 Pokémon in your Pokédex, Oak’s Aide will give you the EXP. Share. Otherwise, just go through the gatehouse and continue left.
Route 1: Celadon City
Pokémon found: Doduo, Spearow, Rattata, Raticate
There’s a Snorlax blocking your way to Cycling road, but that’s not what we’re here for. Cut that tree and go up. Battle that Young Couple . Then go through the gatehouse. Enter the building to the left, and talk to the woman there. She’s a celebrity and hides there to be in peace with her Fearow, and bribes you with HM02, Fly, not to tell anybody she’s there. Teach Fly to a Pokémon of yours, and you will be able to fly instantly to any Pokémon Center you’ve already visited! This will come in handy, so make sure to remember who you taught it to.
But it’s not time to fly just yet. Just go back into the city.
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Route 2: Nugget Bridge
Pokémon found: Abra, Oddish , Bellsprout , Caterpie, Kakuna, Pidgey, Weedle, Metapod
It’s the music from the intro! Yayyyy! I bet you’re thinking “OMG WTF ROUTE 24?!?!”, and yes, this game is weird. But Route 24 isn’t really inside the storyline either, which is why it’s not Route 5. I love Nugget Bridge, battling all the trainers and getting a Nugget, and the new look is great, looking more like a bridge. Go Nugget Bridge.
Anyway, you just battle the trainers, and because I feel like it, I’ll list them…
Battle – Bug Catcher Cale
Pokémon: Caterpie lv. 10, Weedle lv. 10, Metapod lv. 10, Kakuna lv. 10
It’s times like these when you knock your head against the wall and think What’s wrong with this guy?? He could have two Butterfree and two Beedrill by now, but it is clearly a Bug Catcher’s destiny to be a piece of cake. And that’s exactly what he is.
Battle – Lass Ali
Pokémon: Pidgey lv. 12, Oddish lv. 12, Bellsprout lv. 12
She’s also a piece of cake. Just use super effective attacks.
Battle – Youngster Timmy
Pokémon: Sandshrew lv. 14, Ekans lv. 14
A bit better than the previous two, but again, just use the types to your advantage…
Battle – Lass Reli
Pokémon: Nidoran male lv. 16, Nidoran female lv. 16
Not hard to beat either, but at least she’s halfway decent.
Battle – Camper Ethan
Pokémon: Mankey lv. 18
OK, this one can be a bit more challenging, and might actually faint one or two of your Pokémon, but shouldn’t give you any problems.
Battle – Team Rocket Grunt
Seafoam Islands: Home Of Articuno
Pokémon: Zubat, Psyduck , Golduck , Slowpoke , Slowbro , Golbat, Seel, Dewgong
Whee, it’s Viridian Forest’s music. This time, Seafoam is an icy cave, fitting its dweller somewhat better than the old look…
Go to the right, use Strength on that boulder and push it into the hole. Yes, that black thingy is a hole. Then go back and up on the platform. Pick up the Ice Heal and go down the ladder. Head down from there and go up on the platform to the right. Go all the way right there to find a Revive. Head up past the ladder, go down off the platform to the right and push that boulder into the hole. Go back onto the platform and go down the ladder. Head down the stairs to the right and pick up the Big Pearl to the left. Go up the ladder to the right and pick up the Water Stone in that room, then go back down and head left to go down the stairs on the far left. There, turn right, go down and head off the platform. Turn left and use Strength to push the very rightmost boulder in the room upwards. After pushing it twice, go above the boulder that was just to its left and push it one tile down. Then stand on the right side and push it left once. Be careful when you walk past it don’t push it and don’t fall into the hole. Push the boulder above the hole to the left, and push the boulder near the other hole into it. Go back to the boulder you left earlier and push it two tiles left, then go above it and push it into the hole.
Battle – Wild Articuno
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How To Take Your Pokemon For A Walk In The Poke Ball Plus
Adding a Pokemon to the Poke Ball Plus is simple, but the menu can be tricky to find. Youll find the option to add your Pokemon to a Poke Ball Plus in the save menu shown below.
Select Take your Pokemon for a stroll in the save menu to initiate the process of adding a Pokemon to a Poke Ball Plus. Follow the directions to connect your Poke Ball Plus to the Switch.
Now its time to choose the Pokemon you want to bring with you.
The first option allows you to bring your Partner Pokemon the Pikachu or Eevee. The second option allows you to bring a Pokemon from your Pokemon Box. Select the option you need and then your chosen Pokemon will be sent to the Poke Ball Plus.
Return your Pokemon back to Pokemon: Lets Go by going to the save menu and hitting the Take your Pokemon for a stroll option again. This time when you connect your Poke Ball Plus to the Switch, itll give you the option to bring back the Pokemon in the Poke Ball Plus.
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Celadon City: The City Of Rainbow Dreams
Ah, what a lovely city. Home of the world-famous Celadon Department Store, the Kanto Game Corner, the Softboiled Move Tutor, the Celadon Mansion, Eevee and Erika’s Gym, Celadon City is without a doubt the biggest city in Kanto, at least in terms of things that will be of any use to you.
As usual, start by healing your Pokémon. In the Pokémon Center, there’s an old man who claims that the Poké Flute awakens Pokémon with a sound that only they can hear, despite the fact that when you get the Poké Flute, you’ll be able to hear it clearly. Then go outside. Take that tiny path to the right of the Pokémon Center until you come to a gap in the trees. Go up there and head left. Go on through that back entrance to Celadon Mansion. Go up all the staircases and go into that funny room on top of the building. The Pokéball on top of that small table contains Eevee, and you can steal it. Yay.
Go back outside and head further left. There’s an Ether there that you’ll want to pick up. Then go back into the main city. Enter Celadon Mansion from the other side, talk to the woman and she will give you some Tea to give to the Saffron City Guards . You can go upstairs and meet with the Game Freak staff on the third floor if you want, but there’s nothing else in there that matters.
Enter Celadon Department Store, that big building on the left. I’ll just give you a quick list of everything you can buy:
2nd floor: Trainer’s Market
- Soda Pop: 300P
- Lemonade: 350P
Head left to Route 16…
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Route 1: Silence Bridge
Pokémon found: Pidgey, Venonat, Gloom , Weepinbell , Oddish , Bellsprout
Ironically enough, this is called “Silence Bridge”, but yet has powerful music that I like. It consists basically of piers with lots of dead ends and Fishermen.
Head downwards and go into the gatehouse. If you go up the stairs in the bottom right corner of it, you’ll find a girl who will give you TM27, Return, because her Pokémon died. 🙁 Exit the gatehouse and just head through the route, battling the Fishermen along the way. When you come to a place where there’s an island of grass, there’s an invisible Hyper Potion in the exact middle of it. The two people facing the sea a short distance below are a Young Couple who will battle you, and when you come down from there, you’ll discover a Snorlax blocking the way. This is the same Snorlax as the one who was blocking your way out of Route 11. Save your game then press A, and it will give you the option of using the Poké Flute. Say yes.
Battle – Wild Snorlax
This is tough. Snorlax can use Rest, and is holding a Chesto Berry. It is horribly annoying to catch, and might just wipe out your team because you lose so many turns trying to chuck Great Balls at it. Catch it if you can, though. Otherwise, you do get a second chance at a Snorlax after you’ve gotten yourself some Ultra Balls and a few levels for your Pokémon, so don’t worry.
Cape Brink: Home Of The Old Woman
Pokémon found: Fearow, Oddish , Bellsprout , Gloom , Weepinbell , Psyduck, Meowth, Golduck, Spearow, Persian
Head up through that grass, go up the stairs and keep going until you come to a house at the top. Enter it. Inside is a woman who will teach your starter Blast Burn, Hydro Cannon or Frenzy Plant, depending on which starter you picked, if it’s first in your lineup. Blast Burn isn’t that bad on an in-game Charizard, but not really the other two . The attacks are cool, though. :3
Now return to the main island and take the ferry to the third island.
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Indigo Plateau: Pokmon League Hq
Pokémon found: Ekans , Sandshrew , Mankey, Fearow, Spearow, Primeape, Arbok
First, walk through the first room. The guard will ask you for the Boulderbadge and let you through. Then walk on through the door.
The next guard is located just to the right. He’ll ask for the Cascadebadge. Go on through the gate, turn left and you’ll find the next guard. He asks for the Thunderbadge. Head on through the gate, up the next gate and pass the guard who asks for the Rainbowbadge.
Next, there’s water. Surf into it and go through the next gate, where the guard asks for the Soulbadge. On the middle of that rectangular island a bit further on is a hidden Max Ether. Surf on to find the next gate, where you’ll be asked for the Marshbadge. Go on through the gate and Surf until you come to land again. There will be grass there. Finally, walk up past the last two guards and you’ll come to the entrance to a cave.
Route : Lavender Town
Pokémon found: Meowth, Pidgey, Growlithe , Vulpix , Ekans , Sandshrew
There’s a Lass facing away from you to the left battle her. Then battle the Gamer who’s facing down just to the left. Head upwards from there and battle the Super Nerd. Go left and find the first 2-on-2 of FR/LG! Whee!
After beating the twins, head on left and battle those four . Go down and battle the Biker, head left and battle the other Biker. Go up and battle that Super Nerd, and battle the Gamer to the right. Then enter the underground path and go through it.
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Lavender Town: The Noble Purple Town
I’ve got to say, Lavender Town is amazing as a place. Unfortunately it isn’t all in that lightish purple shade that it had in Yellow anymore, but it’s still got extremely depressing music. On my old Yellow, the place had so much impact on me that I did my best to stay away from Lavender.
As always, heal your Pokémon. In the Pokémon Center, you’ll be informed that Team Rocket killed Cubone’s mother. Said Cubone is located in the house that’s located in the bottom left corner of the town. Mr. Fuji lives in the house just down and right from the Pokémon Center. Then, of course, there is Lavender’s biggest attraction: the haunted Pokémon Tower.
In the house just above the bottom exit out of Lavender town lives a Name Rater. He will rate the nicknames of your Pokémon. Don’t trust him, though. He’ll always say the name is decent and claims he can make a better name, unless you got the Pokémon in a trade, in which case he’ll love the nickname no matter how lousy it is. What’s more, it isn’t really him who gives it a new nickname, it’s just you. To top it all, if you name your Pokémon the same thing as it used to be called, he’ll say it “looks no different from before, but is still vastly superior!” Well, you get the point. Don’t listen to him.
At the Pokémart below Pokémon Tower, you can buy Great Balls for the first time in the game. Stock up, at least if you tend to forget buying Pokéballs like me.
Anyway, head left out to Route 8.
Route 1: Vermilion City
Pokémon found: Ekans , Sandshrew , Spearow, Drowzee
This route is full of trainers, and the reason I told you to go here was for battling them. This is quite a bit of experience on a plate. The old Gamblers of R/B/Y have been renamed to Gamers , but Engineers are still the same. Just make sure you battle them all. Press A on that tree in the top right corner to find an Escape Rope, and there’s an Awakening in the top left corner of the route. There’s also an X Defend somewhere in the middle, visible. Below the guardhouse you can take a small, hard-to-see path and find a Great Ball.
Well, when you’ve battled all the trainers, go to the guardhouse to the right. There are two guards there, one telling of the Name Rater, and the other telling you to go through Rock Tunnel to Lavender Town. Upstairs there’s a guy who’ll give you a Nidorina for a Nidorino in FireRed or a Nidorino for a Nidorina in LeafGreen, Professor Oak’s Aide who’ll give you an Itemfinder if you have 30 Pokémon in your Pokédex, and binoculars praising Rock Tunnel more. If you go right through the guardhouse, Snorlax is just going to be blocking your way so don’t bother. Go back to the city…
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Whats The Point Of Seafoam Islands
The Seafoam Islands is roost of the Legendary Pokémon Articuno. It is located on the lowest floor of the caverns under the islands. It is also where Misty comes to train. In Generations II and IV, the Cinnabar Gym has been relocated here after the original Gym was destroyed by a volcanic eruption on Cinnabar Island.
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Vermilion City: The Port Of Exquisite Sunsets
Heal your Pokémon first. Talk to the woman standing near the counter in the Pokémon Center and she will give you the VS. Seeker. It’s an item that makes trainers want a rematch.
Go to the house left of the Pokémon Center. It’s the home of the Fishing Guru. He’ll give you an Old Rod if you tell him you like fishing. Then go right past the Pokémon Center, down and left, where you’ll see a house with a sign beside it. This is the Pokémon Fan Club.
Go in and talk to the Chairman, who sits on the left side of the top sofa. He’ll ask if you came to hear about his Pokémon. Brace yourself for a verbal attack and say yes. After he’s bragged for a while, he’ll give you a Bike Voucher which you can use to get a free bike from the Cerulean City Bike Shop.
In the house right of the Pokémon Fan Club is a kid who’ll trade you a Farfetch’d for a Spearow, by the way. Anyway, now you can head right…