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== The Power Plant ==
 
== The Power Plant ==
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[[File:RBY PowerPlant.png|thumb|Inside the Power Plant]]
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With the first of the [[legendary birds]] caught, let's hunt down the second. Like with {{p|Articuno}}, it's best to bring a large supply of {{ball|Ultra}}s. To reach the [[Power Plant]], venture east from {{ci|Cerulean}} towards [[Rock Tunnel]], then surf south along the river. It's not far to the end, where a lone PokéManiac is hanging around outside the building.
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{{itlisth|building}}
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{{trainerheader|mountain}}
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{{Itemlist|TM Psychic|Down the first and second road forks|Y=yes|display={{TM|33|Reflect}}}}
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{{Itemlist|TM Electric|In the bottom right room|Y=yes|display={{TM|25|Thunder}}}}
 
{{Itemlist|Rare Candy|In the top right room|Y=yes|display={{DL|Vitamin|Rare Candy}}}}
 
{{Itemlist|HP Up|In the top right room|Y=yes|display={{DL|Vitamin|HP Up}}}}
 
{{Itemlist|PP Up|In a rock near Zapdos ''(hidden)''|Y=yes|display={{DL|Vitamin|PP Up}}}}
 
{{Itemlist|Max Elixir|In a rock past the Voltorb and the Electrode ''(hidden)''|Y=yes|display={{DL|Ether|Max Elixir}}}}
 
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Now that you've caught {{p|Articuno|the first}} of the [[legendary birds]], let's hunt down number {{p|Zapdos|two}}. <br>
 
As with {{p|Articuno}}, it's advised to bring a large number of {{DL|Poké Ball|Ultra Ball}}s. Once you're ready, venture east from {{ci|Cerulean}} towards [[Rock Tunnel]]. Instead, once you get to the tall grass north of the Poké Center, {{m|Surf|swim}} out into the river and head south. It's not far to the south shore, where you'll run into a lone PokéManiac. Hop onto dry land and get ready to face some {{type|Electric}}s!
 
 
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{{Catch/entry1|100|Voltorb|no|no|yes|Building|33-37|20%|type1=Electric}}
{{Catch/entry1|081|Magnemite|no|no|yes|Building|30-35|40%|type1=Electric}}
 
 
{{Catch/entry1|088|Grimer|no|no|yes|Building|33-37|15%|type1=Poison}}
 
{{Catch/entry1|088|Grimer|no|no|yes|Building|33-37|15%|type1=Poison}}
{{Catch/entry1|082|Magneton|no|no|yes|Building|33-38|20%|type1=Electric}}
 
 
{{Catch/entry1|089|Muk|no|no|yes|Building|33-37|5%|type1=Poison}}
 
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{{trainerfooter|mountain|I}}
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{{itlistbod|Rare Candy|In the northeast room|Y|display={{DL|Vitamin|Rare Candy}}}}
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{{itlistbod|HP Up|In the northeast room|Y|display={{DL|Vitamin|HP Up}}}}
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{{itlistbod|PP Up|In a rock near Zapdos (hidden)|Y|display={{DL|Vitamin|PP Up}}}}
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{{itlistbod|Max Elixir|In a rock, past the Voltorb and Electrode in the center room (hidden)|Y|display={{DL|Ether|Max Elixir}}}}
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* West of the center room
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* In the southeast room|Y|display={{p|Voltorb}} ×6|sprite=100MS}}
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* In the center room
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* In the dead-end room on the north side|Y|display={{p|Electrode}} ×2|sprite=101MS}}
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[[Image:Zapdos_battle_Y.png|thumb|right|Zapdos, the legendary bird of lightning.]]
 
   
This decrepit building has a few items strewn around, but beware: some of the items are actually {{p|Voltorb}} and {{p|Electrode}} in disguise. Just past the entrance room is a {{DL|Vitamin|Carbos}}, and further along you'll see a {{p|Voltorb|second item ball}}. The room to the right is a dead-end with both a Voltorb and Electrode, waiting to pounce on an {{player|unsuspecting Trainer}}. Continue south to the exterior wall, and you'll find {{TM|33|Reflect}}. Head to the east, and you'll find {{TM|25|Thunder}} (the strongest {{type|Electric}} attack) in the southeast room. Follow the narrow hallway to a [[Rare Candy]] and an {{DL|Vitamin|HP Up}} in the northeast room. All that's left to do is head to the west.
 
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{{p|Zapdos}} roosts in the [[Power Plant]]'s final room. SAVE YOUR GAME before attempting capture - there's only one, so don't risk knocking it out. It won't go down without a fight, so whittle it's health down and try putting it to {{status|sleep}} before attempting to capture it.
 
   
{{Pokémon/1
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This old abandoned building still has a few items lying around, but beware: some of the items are actually {{p|Voltorb}} and {{p|Electrode}} in disguise. Just past the entrance room is a {{DL|Vitamin|Carbos}}, and further along is a second "item", a Voltorb. The room to the east is a dead-end with both a Voltorb and Electrode, just waiting to pounce on an unsuspecting Trainer. Continue south to the exterior wall, and pick up {{TM|33|Reflect}}. Head to the east, and grab {{TM|25|Thunder}} in the southeast room. Follow the narrow hallway to the north and west to find both a {{DL|Vitamin|Rare Candy}} and an {{DL|Vitamin|HP Up}} in the northeast room. Continue west and zigzag a bit to reach the final room.
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[[Image:Zapdos battle Y.png|thumb|right|Zapdos, the legendary bird of lightning.]]
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{{p|Zapdos}} makes its nest in the deepest room of the [[Power Plant]]. Like with {{p|Articuno}}, be sure to save your progress before battling it. It won't go down without a fight, so whittle it's health down and try inflicting a status condition before attempting to capture it.
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|level=50
|type1=Electric
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|move1=ThunderShock
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|move1type=Electric
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|move2=Drill Peck
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|move2type=Flying}}
 
   
Once the battle is done, take the side exit, and {{m|fly}} back to {{ci|Viridian}}. It's time to claim the final badge!
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Once the battle is done, take the side exit, and fly back to {{ci|Viridian}}. It's time to claim the final badge!
   
 
== Viridian City ==
 
== Viridian City ==
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{{sign|RBY|footer}}
 
{{sign|RBY|footer}}
   
Now that you've collected the seven other badges, the leader of [[Viridian Gym]] has finally returned. No one seems to know the identity of this [[Giovanni|shadowy figure]], but as you'll see soon enough, it's someone you know quite well.
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In the time it took to collect the seven other badges, the leader of [[Viridian Gym]] has finally returned. None of the locals seem to know the identity of this mysterious figure, but it's certainly a familiar face.
<br><br>
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After his defeat in {{ci|Saffron}}, Giovanni returned to his post as leader of Viridian Gym. His Gym turns out to be a favorite training spot for {{type|Ground}} Trainers, so {{t|Grass}}-, {{t|Ice}}-, and {{type|Water}}s should have little trouble here, although Water-types should be careful with {{p|Nidoking}} and {{p|Nidoqueen}}, as they both know {{m|Thunder}}. Moves like {{m|Surf}}, {{m|Razor Leaf}}, and {{m|Ice Beam}} will be a big help. Like [[Team Rocket]]'s hideout under the Celadon Game Corner, the Gym utilizes [[spinner]] tiles to disorient Trainers before they reach the Gym Leader. There's also a [[Revive]] lying on the floor, making this Gym the only one to have items lying around.
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[[Giovanni]] returned to his Gym Leader position after his defeat in [[Saffron City]]. His Gym turns out to be a favorite training spot for those who favor {{type|Ground}} Pokémon, so {{t|Grass}}-, {{t|Water}}-, and {{type|Ice}} attacks will see the most effectiveness. {{t|Flying}} Pokémon will be immune to Ground-type attacks, as well.
   
 
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|prize={{Pdollar}}5445
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|pokemon=Dugtrio
 
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|move1=Sand-Attack
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|move4type=Ground}}
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|pokemon2={{Pokémon/1
 
|game=Yellow
 
|ndex=053
 
|pokemon=Persian
 
|level=53
 
 
|type1=Normal
 
|type1=Normal
|move1=Screech
 
|move1type=Normal
 
|move2=Slash
 
|move2type=Normal
 
|move3=Fury Swipes
 
|move3type=Normal
 
|move4=Double Team
 
|move4type=Normal}}
 
|pokemon3={{Pokémon/1
 
|game=Yellow
 
|ndex=031
 
|pokemon=Nidoqueen
 
 
|level=53
 
|level=53
|type1=Poison
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|move1=Screech|move1type=Normal
|type2=Ground
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|move2=Slash|move2type=Normal
|move1=Tail Whip
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|move1type=Normal
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|move2=Earthquake
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|move2type=Ground
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|pokemon3={{Pokémon/1|game=Yellow
|move3=Double Kick
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|ndex=031|pokemon=Nidoqueen
|move3type=Fighting
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|type1=Poison|type2=Ground
|move4=Thunder
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|level=53
|move4type=Electric}}
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|move1=Tail Whip|move1type=Normal
|pokemon4={{Pokémon/1
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|move2=Earthquake|move2type=Ground
|game=Yellow
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|move3=Double Kick|move3type=Fighting
|ndex=034
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|move4=Thunder|move4type=Electric}}
|pokemon=Nidoking
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|pokemon4={{Pokémon/1|game=Yellow
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|ndex=034|pokemon=Nidoking
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|type1=Poison|type2=Ground
 
|level=55
 
|level=55
|type1=Poison
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|move1=Thunder|move1type=Electric
|type2=Ground
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|move2=Leer|move2type=Normal
|move1=Thunder
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|move3=Earthquake|move3type=Ground
|move1type=Electric
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|move2=Leer
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|move2type=Normal
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|pokemon5={{Pokémon/1|game=Yellow
|move3=Earthquake
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|ndex=112|pokemon=Rhydon
|move3type=Ground
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|type1=Ground|type2=Rock
|move4=Double Kick
 
|move4type=Fighting}}
 
|pokemon5={{Pokémon/1
 
|game=Yellow
 
|ndex=112
 
|pokemon=Rhydon
 
 
|level=55
 
|level=55
|type1=Ground
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|move1=Rock Slide|move1type=Rock
|type2=Rock
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|move2=Fury Attack|move2type=Normal
|move1=Rock Slide
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|move3=Earthquake|move3type=Ground
|move1type=Rock
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|move4=Horn Drill|move4type=Normal}}
|move2=Fury Attack
 
|move2type=Normal
 
|move3=Earthquake
 
|move3type=Ground
 
|move4=Horn Drill
 
|move4type=Normal}}
 
 
}}
 
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|}
 
|}
   
Congratulations, you've just defeated the eighth and final Gym! <br> The {{badge|Earth}} commands obedience from all Pokémon, regardless of level. Giovanni gives you {{TM|27|Fissure}}, a TM he claims to have made when he first served as Gym Leader. He seems remorseful of his actions with Team Rocket, and he disbands the gang before disappearing.
 
<br><br>
 
With all 8 Gym badges, the way to [[Indigo Plateau]] looms ahead. Gather a team that knows {{m|Surf}} and {{m|Strength}}, and stop by a Poké Mart to buy some Potions and Ultra Balls - before the Indigo Plateau is {{ka|Victory Road}}, a grueling tunnel with {{p|Moltres|the third legendary bird}} deep inside. When you're ready, travel west to {{rt|22|Kanto}}.
 
   
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Congratulations, the you've defeated the eighth and final Gym! The {{badge|Earth}} commands attention of all Pokémon, regardless of level. Giovanni gives you {{TM|27|Fissure}}, a TM he claims to have made when he originally acted as Gym Leader. He seems remorseful of his actions with [[Team Rocket]], and officially disbands the gang before disappearing.
   
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With all 8 Gym badges collected, the way to [[Indigo Plateau]] is finally open. Gather a team with access to {{m|Surf}} and {{m|Strength}}, and stop by a Poké Mart to replenish your supply of Potions and Ultra Balls. The elite Trainers at Indigo Plateau are tough enough, but you'll never defeat them if you can't first get through {{ka|Victory Road}}, a grueling tunnel with {{p|Moltres|the third legendary bird}} roosting deep inside.
   
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Head west to {{rt|22|Kanto}}.
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Revision as of 21:48, 23 April 2013

The Power Plant

File:RBY PowerPlant.png
Inside the Power Plant

With the first of the legendary birds caught, let's hunt down the second. Like with Articuno, it's best to bring a large supply of Ultra Balls. To reach the Power Plant, venture east from Cerulean towards Rock Tunnel, then surf south along the river. It's not far to the end, where a lone PokéManiac is hanging around outside the building.


This old abandoned building still has a few items lying around, but beware: some of the items are actually Voltorb and Electrode in disguise. Just past the entrance room is a Carbos, and further along is a second "item", a Voltorb. The room to the east is a dead-end with both a Voltorb and Electrode, just waiting to pounce on an unsuspecting Trainer. Continue south to the exterior wall, and pick up TM33 (Reflect). Head to the east, and grab TM25 (Thunder) in the southeast room. Follow the narrow hallway to the north and west to find both a Rare Candy and an HP Up in the northeast room. Continue west and zigzag a bit to reach the final room.

Zapdos, the legendary bird of lightning.

Zapdos makes its nest in the deepest room of the Power Plant. Like with Articuno, be sure to save your progress before battling it. It won't go down without a fight, so whittle it's health down and try inflicting a status condition before attempting to capture it.

Spr 1y 145.png
Types:
Electric Flying
Zapdos Lv.50
ThunderShock
Electric
Drill Peck
Flying
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Once the battle is done, take the side exit, and fly back to Viridian. It's time to claim the final badge!

Viridian City

Viridian Gym

Viridian Gym

VIRIDIAN CITY
POKéMON GYM

In the time it took to collect the seven other badges, the leader of Viridian Gym has finally returned. None of the locals seem to know the identity of this mysterious figure, but it's certainly a familiar face.

Giovanni returned to his Gym Leader position after his defeat in Saffron City. His Gym turns out to be a favorite training spot for those who favor Ground-type Pokémon, so Grass-, Water-, and Ice-type attacks will see the most effectiveness. Flying Pokémon will be immune to Ground-type attacks, as well.

Viridian Gym
The Earth Badge





Congratulations, the you've defeated the eighth and final Gym! The Earth Badge commands attention of all Pokémon, regardless of level. Giovanni gives you TM27 (Fissure), a TM he claims to have made when he originally acted as Gym Leader. He seems remorseful of his actions with Team Rocket, and officially disbands the gang before disappearing.

With all 8 Gym badges collected, the way to Indigo Plateau is finally open. Gather a team with access to Surf and Strength, and stop by a Poké Mart to replenish your supply of Potions and Ultra Balls. The elite Trainers at Indigo Plateau are tough enough, but you'll never defeat them if you can't first get through Victory Road, a grueling tunnel with the third legendary bird roosting deep inside.

Head west to Route 22.


← Part 12 Cinnabar Island, Cinnabar Gym, Route 21
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Route 22, Route 23, Victory Road Part 14 →


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