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<center> ''This is the Bulbapedia walkthrough for [[Pokémon Red and Blue Versions]]. This walkthrough follows the original [[Game Boy]] version, '''not''' {{game|FireRed and LeafGreen|s}}. <br> The guide for those can be found '''[[Appendix:FireRed and LeafGreen walkthrough/Section 1|here]].''''' </center>
 
<center> ''This is the Bulbapedia walkthrough for [[Pokémon Red and Blue Versions]]. This walkthrough follows the original [[Game Boy]] version, '''not''' {{game|FireRed and LeafGreen|s}}. <br> The guide for those can be found '''[[Appendix:FireRed and LeafGreen walkthrough/Section 1|here]].''''' </center>
 
 
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[[File:Viridian Forest RBY.png|thumb|200px|left|Viridian Forest]]
 
[[File:Viridian Forest RBY.png|thumb|200px|left|Viridian Forest]]
   
Follow the trail to the northwest to get a free item, a [[Poké Ball]] lying in the tall grass. Go back to your starting point, and this time follow the path to the right. The first person you see won't have anything interesting to say, but the next person certainly will - he's your first non-rival Trainer battle!
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Follow the trail to the northwest to get a free item, a {{ball|Poké}} lying in the tall grass. Go back to your starting point, and this time follow the path to the east. The first person you see won't have anything interesting to say, but the next person certainly will - he's your first non-rival Trainer battle!
   
Continue north along the path and you'll encounter a second {{tc|Bug Catcher}}. After that battle, grab the nearby {{DL|Status ailment healing item|Antidote}}, and turn left into the tall grass. Work your way through the grassy maze until you see a signpost. Here, you'll want to head to the right to grab a [[Potion]], and then back past the sign towards the tall grass. After one last Trainer battle, you'll be at the northern edge of the forest. Leave the [[gate]] and you'll be on {{rt|2|Kanto}}.
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Continue north along the path and you'll encounter a second {{tc|Bug Catcher}}. After that battle, grab the nearby {{DL|Status ailment healing item|Antidote}}, and turn west into the tall grass. Zigzag your way westward through the trees until you see a signpost. Explore the dead-end to the southeast to get a [[Potion]], then continue west past the sign. Defeat one last Trainer to reach the northern edge of the forest. Leave the [[gate]] to re-emerge on {{rt|2|Kanto}}, and continue north to [[Pewter City]].
   
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== Route 2 ==
 
Without [[HM01]], there is little of interest on the north side of {{rt|2|Kanto}}. Walk past the single patch of grass to reach [[Pewter City]], home of the [[Pewter Gym]], and your first [[badge]].
 
 
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== Pewter City ==
 
== Pewter City ==
 
[[File:Pewter City RBY.png|thumb|300px|Pewter City]]
 
[[File:Pewter City RBY.png|thumb|300px|Pewter City]]
   
First thing's first, make sure to visit the Poké Center to heal up from the trek through the forest. The two houses here don't hold anything important, but the Poké Mart does! This is the first city to sell [[Potion]]s, so make sure to buy a few for the upcoming Gym battle. A kid on the city's east side is blocking the road, and will drag you to the Gym if you try to leave.
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[[Pewter City]] is a quiet city nestled in the northern mountains. Local attractions include the [[Pewter Museum of Science]] and the [[Pewter Gym]]. The Gym Leader is looking for challengers, and the kid blocking the city's east exit will drag you to the Gym if you try to leave. This is the first city to sell [[Potion]]s, so stock up at the Poké Mart before challenging the Gym.
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=== Pewter Museum of Science ===
 
=== Pewter Museum of Science ===
The [[Pewter Museum of Science]] is located on the north side of the city. It hosts a wide range of artifacts and exhibits, with a focus on [[fossil]] excavation and space exploration. Admission to the main building is {{pdollar}}50 for a child's ticket. The second smaller building is closed to the public, but if you return with [[HM01]] and {{m|cut}} down the tree, the lead scientist inside will give you the [[Old Amber]]. If you take the tree sap to [[Cinnabar Island]], then the scientists there can resurrect an ancient {{p|Aerodactyl}}.
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The [[Pewter Museum of Science]] is located on the north side of the city. It hosts a wide range of artifacts and exhibits, with a focus on [[fossil]] excavation and space exploration. Admission to the main building is {{pdollar}}50 for a child's ticket. The laboratory next door is closed to the public, but return later and one of the scientists inside will give you the [[Old Amber]]. His colleagues on [[Cinnabar Island]] can use the preserved DNA inside it to resurrect an ancient {{p|Aerodactyl}}.
   
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=== Pewter Gym ===
 
=== Pewter Gym ===
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The [[Pewter Gym]] focuses on the bulky {{type|Rock}}. Luckily, none of the Pokémon inside have learned any Rock moves yet. Bring a few [[Potion]]s, and enter the first Gym.
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The [[Pewter Gym]] officially specializes in the {{t|Rock}} type. {{p|Bulbasaur}}'s {{m|Vine Whip}} and {{p|Squirtle}}'s {{m|Water Gun}} are super-effective against the Gym Trainer's Pokémon, and are doubly effective against [[Brock]]'s {{2t|Rock|Ground}} Pokémon. Though {{p|Geodude}} and {{p|Onix}} resist {{t|Fire}} attacks, their poor {{stat|Special}} stat allows {{p|Charmander}}'s {{m|Ember}} to inflict decent damage anyway. For an added power boost, consider raising Charmander to level 16, when it [[Evolution|evolves]] into {{p|Charmeleon}}. If Brock's Onix uses its {{m|Bide}} move, spend the next few turns using stat-lowering moves, as any damage it endures will be returned for twice as much!
 
At this point, the only available Pokémon equipped with moves that aren't of the {{type|Normal}} (A.K.A. very ineffective against Brock's Rock-types) is your starter and its elemental move so use it. Bulbasaur's {{m|Vine Whip}} and Squirtle's {{m|Bubble}} are super-effective and due to Brock's Pokémon's poor {{type|Special}} stats, they should be able to take out both Pokémon in one or two moves. {{type|Fire}}s, on the other hand, aren't very effective against Rock-types but again, Brock's Pokémon have poor Special stats so {{m|Ember}} will still do decent damage. You just might want to train Charmander for this battle more than you would for Squirtle and Bulbasaur. It may even be a good idea to [[Evolution|evolve it]] before taking on this gym.
 
 
Brock's {{p|Geodude}} isn't very difficult to take down, but watch out for his {{p|Onix}}. If it uses its {{m|Bide}} move, don't damage it! Use the two turns to lower its stats, because any damage you do to it while it is storing energy will be thrown back at you for exactly twice as much!
 
   
 
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Congratulations on winning your first badge! The {{badge|Boulder}} gives a slight {{stat|Attack}} boost when in battle, and also allows the use of {{m|Flash}} outside of battle (even though you don't have [[HM05]] yet). [[Brock]] also gives you {{TM|34|Bide}} as a prize.
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[[Brock]] awards you the {{badge|Boulder}}, which gives a slight {{stat|Attack}} boost during battle, and enables the use of {{m|Flash}} outside of battle. He also gives you {{TM|34|Bide}} as a prize.
   
With the first Gym behind you, your next destination is [[Cerulean City]] to the east. Stock up on Poké Balls and Potions, then set out for {{rt|3|Kanto}}.
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With the [[Pewter Gym]] defeated, your next stop is [[Cerulean City]] to the east. Stock up on [[Potion]]s and {{ball|Poké}}s before you leave for {{rt|3|Kanto}}.
   
   

Revision as of 15:06, 28 April 2013

This is the Bulbapedia walkthrough for Pokémon Red and Blue Versions. This walkthrough follows the original Game Boy version, not Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen.
The guide for those can be found here.

Viridian Forest

Viridian Forest

Follow the trail to the northwest to get a free item, a Poké Ball lying in the tall grass. Go back to your starting point, and this time follow the path to the east. The first person you see won't have anything interesting to say, but the next person certainly will - he's your first non-rival Trainer battle!

Continue north along the path and you'll encounter a second Bug Catcher. After that battle, grab the nearby Antidote, and turn west into the tall grass. Zigzag your way westward through the trees until you see a signpost. Explore the dead-end to the southeast to get a Potion, then continue west past the sign. Defeat one last Trainer to reach the northern edge of the forest. Leave the gate to re-emerge on Route 2, and continue north to Pewter City.


Pewter City

Pewter City

Pewter City is a quiet city nestled in the northern mountains. Local attractions include the Pewter Museum of Science and the Pewter Gym. The Gym Leader is looking for challengers, and the kid blocking the city's east exit will drag you to the Gym if you try to leave. This is the first city to sell Potions, so stock up at the Poké Mart before challenging the Gym.


Pewter Museum of Science

The Pewter Museum of Science is located on the north side of the city. It hosts a wide range of artifacts and exhibits, with a focus on fossil excavation and space exploration. Admission to the main building is PokémonDollar.png50 for a child's ticket. The laboratory next door is closed to the public, but return later and one of the scientists inside will give you the Old Amber. His colleagues on Cinnabar Island can use the preserved DNA inside it to resurrect an ancient Aerodactyl.


Pewter Gym

Pewter Gym

PEWTER CITY
POKéMON GYM
LEADER: BROCK
The Rock Solid
POKéMON Trainer!

The Pewter Gym officially specializes in the Rock type. Bulbasaur's Vine Whip and Squirtle's Water Gun are super-effective against the Gym Trainer's Pokémon, and are doubly effective against Brock's Rock/Ground Pokémon. Though Geodude and Onix resist Fire attacks, their poor Special stat allows Charmander's Ember to inflict decent damage anyway. For an added power boost, consider raising Charmander to level 16, when it evolves into Charmeleon. If Brock's Onix uses its Bide move, spend the next few turns using stat-lowering moves, as any damage it endures will be returned for twice as much!

Pewter Gym
The Boulder Badge





Brock awards you the Boulder Badge, which gives a slight Attack boost during battle, and enables the use of Flash outside of battle. He also gives you TM34 (Bide) as a prize.

With the Pewter Gym defeated, your next stop is Cerulean City to the east. Stock up on Potions and Poké Balls before you leave for Route 3.


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