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Appendix:Red and Blue walkthrough/Section 9

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


Celadon City

Celadon City

Celadon City is the second-largest city in the region, and it's got plenty going on to live up to the hype. The Celadon Department Store is an essential stop, since almost anything a Trainer could want is up for sale here. The Celadon Mansion is a hotel-of-sorts, and the current tenants are none other than Game Freak, the team that developed Pokémon. The Game Corner houses the slot machines, and those coins can be redeemed for valuable prizes in the Prize Corner next door. In addition, Celadon is also home to the Celadon Gym, nestled on a hill in the southwest.


Celadon Mansion

The tall building in the north of town is Celadon Mansion. On the third floor, Game Freak's game designer promises a reward for showing him your completed Pokédex. Incidentally, you can find a new addition right now; leave the mansion and follow the path behind the Pokémon Center to find a break in the trees where you can enter the mansion through the back door. Make sure that you've got an empty slot in your party, and take the stairs to the top floor to find an Eevee. Eevee is an extremely versatile creature, since it can evolve into one of three different forms. Exposure to a Water Stone, Thunderstone, or Fire Stone results in a Vaporeon, Jolteon, or a Flareon, respectively. Any of those three evolutions will make a powerful addition to your team, especially since they can cover the weaknesses of your starter's final form. These stones can be purchased only in the Department Store.

Return of the Rockets

If you haven't noticed by now, there are two Rocket grunts loitering around the city. It looks like Team Rocket has something planned for Celadon...

Stop by the café in the south of town and talk to the guy in the back corner. He lost all his money at the slots, so he has no more use for his Coin Case, and hands it over. Next door to the café is an operation that is shipping 2,000 Pokémon every month to the Game Corner as slot prizes. Those kind of numbers mean big money, and that's got Team Rocket's name written all over it. They're up to something, and as one of the workers points out, it surely has nothing to do with a hidden switch behind a poster in the Game Corner.

Celadon Department Store

2nd floor

Left Cashier
Great Ball Great Ball
Pokémon Dollar600
Super Potion Super Potion
Pokémon Dollar700
Revive Revive
Pokémon Dollar1500
Antidote Antidote
Pokémon Dollar100
Burn Heal Burn Heal
Pokémon Dollar250
Ice Heal Ice Heal
Pokémon Dollar250
Awakening Awakening
Pokémon Dollar200
Parlyz Heal Parlyz Heal
Pokémon Dollar200
Super Repel Super Repel
Pokémon Dollar500

Right Cashier
TM Normal TM32 (Double Team)
Pokémon Dollar1000
TM Psychic TM33 (Reflect)
Pokémon Dollar1000
TM Normal TM02 (Razor Wind)
Pokémon Dollar2000
TM Normal TM07 (Horn Drill)
Pokémon Dollar2000
TM Normal TM37 (Egg Bomb)
Pokémon Dollar2000
TM Normal TM01 (Mega Punch)
Pokémon Dollar3000
TM Normal TM05 (Mega Kick)
Pokémon Dollar3000
TM Normal TM09 (Take Down)
Pokémon Dollar3000
TM Fighting TM17 (Submission)
Pokémon Dollar3000


3rd floor

There's nothing for sale on the third floor, but you can talk to the clerk to get TM18 (Counter).

4th floor

The evolutionary stones are on sale here. Pick up any but a Leaf Stone for your new Eevee. Be sure to pick up a Poké Doll too, as it will be important a little later.

Poké Doll Poké Doll
Pokémon Dollar1000
Fire Stone Fire Stone
Pokémon Dollar2100
Thunder Stone Thunder Stone
Pokémon Dollar2100
Water Stone Water Stone
Pokémon Dollar2100
Leaf Stone Leaf Stone
Pokémon Dollar2100


5th floor

Left Cashier
HP Up HP Up
Pokémon Dollar9800
Protein Protein
Pokémon Dollar9800
Iron Iron
Pokémon Dollar9800
Calcium Calcium
Pokémon Dollar9800
Carbos Carbos
Pokémon Dollar9800

Right Cashier
X Attack X Attack
Pokémon Dollar500
X Defend X Defend
Pokémon Dollar550
X Speed X Speed
Pokémon Dollar350
X Special X Special
Pokémon Dollar350
X Accuracy X Accuracy
Pokémon Dollar950
Guard Spec. Guard Spec.
Pokémon Dollar700
Dire Hit Dire Hit
Pokémon Dollar650


Rooftop Square

Each vending machine dispenses Fresh Water, Soda Pop, and Lemonade. Buy one of each drink to give to the little girl nearby, and she'll give you up to three TMs as thanks - TM13 (Ice Beam) for a Fresh Water, TM48 (Rock Slide) for a Soda Pop, and TM49 (Tri Attack) for a Lemonade. Pick up an extra drink for the guards at Saffron City's borders, and stock up on Lemonade. Like the other drinks, Lemonade can restore your Pokémon's health, but Lemonade is the most potent. It restores 80 HP, while by comparison, a Super Potion only restores 50 HP.

Vending machine
Fresh Water Fresh Water
Pokémon Dollar200
Soda Pop Soda Pop
Pokémon Dollar300
Lemonade Lemonade
Pokémon Dollar350


Celadon Gym

Celadon Gym

CELADON CITY
POKéMON GYM
LEADER: ERIKA

The Nature Loving
Princess!

The Celadon Gym specializes in Grass-type Pokémon. This will likely be one of the easiest Gyms to defeat, as Grass Pokémon have multiple weaknesses. These plants fare poorly against Fire-, Ice-, Flying-, and Bug-type attacks. The majority of Pokémon here are also part-Poison, which adds a weakness to Psychic moves. While your own Grass Pokémon take less-than-normal damage from Grass attacks, they need to be careful of Poison moves like Acid. If you haven't used TM13 yet, Ice Beam can be a great help.

Celadon Gym
The Rainbow Badge





Defeating the Celadon Gym earns you the Rainbow Badge, which commands all Pokémon up to level 50, and enables the use of Strength outside of battle. Erika also gives out TM21 (Mega Drain), a Grass-type move that damages the opponent while restoring the user's health.

Game Corner

All the prizes here are offered at extremely high prices, so you'll need a huge supply of coins to get everything. A few can be found dropped on the ground, and talking to the other gamblers gets you some more. Besides that, you can either buy them—50 coins for PokémonDollar.png1000—or take your chances with the slots. Some prizes are extremely rare, while others can be found only here.

Pokémon Red
063 Abra
180C
035 Clefairy
500C
030 Nidorina
1200C

Pokémon Blue
063 Abra
120C
035 Clefairy
750C
033 Nidorino
1200C

Pokémon Red
147 Dratini
2800C
123 Scyther
5500C
137 Porygon
9999C

Pokémon Blue
127 Pinsir
2500C
147 Dratini
4600C
137 Porygon
6500C

Both Versions
TM Dragon TM23 (Dragon Rage)
3300C
TM Normal TM15 (Hyper Beam)
5500C
TM Normal TM50 (Substitute)
7700C


At first glance, everything looks normal here. People are relaxed, having fun at the slot machines, but there's something unsettling about the guy glaring at the poster... As soon as you approach him, he picks a fight with you.

Trainer Pokémon
Team Rocket Grunt
Team Rocket Grunt
Reward: PokémonDollar.png600
020 Raticate Lv.20
No item
041 Zubat Lv.20
No item


He runs off, leaving the poster exposed. Examine it to flip the switch, which reveals a set of stairs nearby, and descend into their hideout.


Rocket Hideout

Team Rocket is headed by a shadowy figure known as Giovanni. This mob boss is in possession of the Silph Scope prototype, which can identify the ghosts back in Pokémon Tower. It is impossible to get past the spirits without that item, so make sure he doesn't escape with it!


Rocket Hideout, B1F
Rocket Hideout, B2F
Rocket Hideout, B3F
Rocket Hideout, B4F

B1F (north)

The key to confronting Giovanni in his office is exactly that—a key. The Lift Key that operates the elevator is on the fourth floor beneath the Game Corner.

B2F

This floor is the first area that you encounter spinner tiles; these send you spinning until you land on a stopper tile.

Enter the maze, and follow the spinners to the stopper tile in the northwest. Backtrack to get the Nugget from the northeast corner. On your way south you'll find a Moon Stone, TM07 (Horn Drill), and a Super Potion. Climb the stairs to the east to find two more Rockets and a Hyper Potion, then backtrack through the maze and head down the northern stairs.

B3F

Go south past the lone Rocket to get TM10 (Double-Edge), and the hidden Nugget nearby, then enter the second spinner maze. This one isn't as large as the last, so spin around a little and grab the Rare Candy on your way south. Beat up the Rocket here and go downstairs to B4F.

B4F

When you first reach B4F, you can only reach the two rooms on the west side. Walk south to find an HP Up sitting on a table, then check out the northern room. By the far wall is TM02 (Razor Wind), and to the north, another Rocket.

Talk to him after the battle, and he's so upset that he drops the Lift Key. Now climb back to B2F and spin through the maze one last time to reach the elevator in the southeast. Ride back down to B4F to reach the east side.

When you exit the elevator, go west to find an Iron. Take out Giovanni's guards, then step inside to confront the criminal mastermind. His Onix and Rhyhorn are both susceptible to Grass- and Water-type moves, while his Kangaskhan is vulnerable only to Fighting-type attacks.





After the battle, Giovanni and the other Rockets disappear. Pick up the Silph Scope that he left behind; now you can climb to the very top of Pokémon Tower. Take the elevator up to the first floor, and beat one last Rocket on the way out.

Now you can finally leave Celadon. Bring along that extra drink and head east to Route 7. Step inside the gate to be stopped by the guard. He automatically sniffs out the drink, and as he shares it with the other three guards, you are now free to come and go through Saffron City. The Saffron Poké Mart offers the powerful Max Repel, and it may be a good idea to buy a few for the haunted tower. Ignore the rest of the city for now, and continue east to Lavender Town.

Lavender Town

Pokémon Tower

Pokémon Tower, 2F


The Ghosts here are totally immune to Normal- and Fighting-type attacks. Anything with a strong Psychic-type attack, like Kadabra or Drowzee, is good to bring along. To avoid the random encounters, just spray on the Max Repel—after catching a Gastly, of course. One opponent is unavoidable; your rival is waiting on the second floor.


2F

By this point, he has assembled a team that includes Grass, Fire, and Water Pokémon. In addition to his starter Pokémon, the others that make up this trio may be either Exeggcute, Growlithe, or Gyarados; whichever is absent is the same type as his starter. These new additions have forced him to swap out his Raticate, so its Hyper Fang is a thing of the past.

His Pidgeotto, despite leveling up and learning a new move, is still not much of a threat. Exeggcute can cause problems with its Sleep-inducing Hypnosis, but its Barrage has relatively low power. His Growlithe is still just a pup, and cannot deal serious damage yet. Gyarados' high Attack makes it a decent threat, so take the sea serpent down quickly with Electric or Rock attacks. His Kadabra can inflict decent damage with Confusion, but its other moves are no real threat. His starter has grown to level 25 and learned some new moves, but play to its weaknesses to take it down with little effort.

Bulbasaur If the player chose Bulbasaur: Charmander If the player chose Charmander: Squirtle If the player chose Squirtle:








Pokémon Tower, 3F

3F

Grab the Escape Rope by the north wall and climb the stairs to 4F.

Pokémon Tower, 4F

4F

Pick up the Elixer and Awakening in the center of the room, and the HP Up near the south wall. Climb the western stairs.

5F

Pokémon Tower, 5F

There is a Channeler in the center of the fifth floor that hasn't been possessed, and she maintains a healing area with her white magic. This protected zone will fully heal every Pokémon in your team, restoring health and eliminating any status problems. This can be done at any time.

6F

Pokémon Tower, 6F

As you approach the stairs to the top floor, the ghost attacks and the Silph Scope activates, revealing a level 30 Marowak. It may look like a great addition to your team, but this spirit can't be caught, so all you can do is defeat it. Once the battle is over, the mother Marowak's spirit is calmed and departs to the afterlife, finally able to rest in peace. Take the stairs to the top floor... right into a group of Rockets.

7F

Pokémon Tower, 7F


After they run off, talk to Mr. Fuji and he'll take you to his home, Pokémon House, at the foot of the tower.

Mr. Fuji's house

Speak with him again and he'll give you the Poké Flute, an item that instantly awakens any sleeping Pokémon. This lets you rouse the two Snorlax, west of Celadon and south of Lavender.

Head out west to return to Saffron City.


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