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Project Walkthroughs

Scope and aims

Project Walkthroughs covers and aims to make articles that contain good quality step-by-step walkthroughs that help players as they progress through a game.

Participants

To join the project, simply add your name to the bottom of this list:

already in progress. Contact me if you know of something that needs done!

Structure of a page ("Pokémon ... Version")

Top

When focusing on a pair of older versions that have since been remade, the page should link to the target pair, the remake pair, and the appendix page for the remake pair's walkthrough.
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.


Headlines

Each route or city should be included in a level-2 headline.
== Pallet Town ==


Also, any important locations found within a route should be included in a level-3 headline within that route's section.
== Route 120 ==
=== Ancient Tomb ===

Images

There should be map image posted for every new location visited by the player. The image can be placed on either the left or right side of the page near that area's level-2 headline, and should use the "thumb" option to show a thumbnail of the larger image.
== Route 20 ==
[[File:Route 20.png|thumb|right|Route 20]]


If the image needs to be shrunk/expanded to fit the page, then include ###px.
[[File:Route 20.png|thumb|right|150px|Route 20]]

Trainers

The Trainer battle information should be included wherever a generic Trainer battle can take place.
{| class="expandable" align="center" style="background: #{{gamename color light}}; {{roundy}}; border: 5px solid #{{gamename color light}};"
|- align="center"
! Trainers
|- 
| 
Put Trainer information table here, 
which can be pulled straight from the location pages.
|}


Pokémon

Every location where the player can obtain a Pokémon, wild or gift, should include the Catch templates pulled directly from the location's page. Exclude any data that is irrelevant to the current guide (Pokémon found only in Emerald can be left out of the Ruby/Sapphire guide, and vice-versa). Also, each table should be listed with the highest encounter rate first, and decreasing from there. If multiple species have the same rate, they should then be listed in National Dex order.
{| class="expandable" align="center" style="background: #{{gamename color light}}; {{roundy}}; border: 5px solid #{{gamename color light}};"
|- align="center"
! Available Pokémon
|- 
| 
Put the Pokémon information table here, 
which can be pulled straight from the location pages.
|}



Bosses

Gym battles

Each section that focuses on a city's Gym should use the following, which includes the Gym name, badge image, junior Trainer(s), and Gym Leader.
{| align="center"
|- align="center" valign="top"
| 
{| align="center" style="background: #{{typename color}}; {{roundy}}; border: 5px solid #{{typename color light}};"
|- align="center"
! cityname Gym <br> [[File:badgename Badge.png|35px|The badgename Badge]] <br><br>
|- 
| 
{| align="center" class="expandable" style="background: #{{typename color}}; {{roundy}}; border: 5px solid #{{typename color light}};"
|- align="center"
! Trainers
|- 
| 
Put the Trainer information table here, 
which can be pulled straight from the location pages
|}



Put the Gym Leader information table here, 
which can be pulled straight from the location pages
|}
|}
Pewter Gym
The Boulder Badge





The rival

The rival's party should be lined up horizontally across the page.
{| align="center"
! {{MS|#|Pokémon1 (Pokémon)}} If the {{player}} chose {{p|Pokémon1}}:
! {{MS|#|Pokémon2 (Pokémon)}} If the {{player}} chose {{p|Pokémon2}}: 
! {{MS|#|Pokémon3 (Pokémon)}} If the {{player}} chose {{p|Pokémon3}}:
|-
|Put the rival information table here, which can be pulled straight
from location pages

|Put the rival information table here, which can be pulled straight
from location pages

|Put the rival information table here, which can be pulled straight
from location pages
|}


152 If the player chose Chikorita: 155 If the player chose Cyndaquil: 158 If the player chose Totodile:







Bottom

Each page should have a link to both the previous and next sections.
  • First page:
{{WalkthroughPrevNext
|game=Gold
|game2=Silver
|gamename=Gold and Silver
|prev=no
|next=yes
|prevsection=no
|nextsection=2
|prevname=no
|nextname=Cherrygrove City, Mr. Pokémon's house, Elm's lab
}}
Gold and Silver
Walkthrough
Cherrygrove City, Mr. Pokémon's house, Elm's lab Part 2 →


  • Last page:
{{WalkthroughPrevNext
|game=Gold
|game2=Silver
|gamename=Gold and Silver
|prev=yes
|next=no
|prevsection=27
|nextsection=no
|prevname=Route 22, Route 28
|nextname=no
}}
← Part 27 Route 22, Route 28
Gold and Silver
Walkthrough


  • Everything in-between:
{{WalkthroughPrevNext
|game=Gold
|game2=Silver
|gamename=Gold and Silver
|prev=yes
|next=yes
|prevsection=14
|nextsection=16
|prevname=Route 27, Route 26, Victory Road
|nextname=Back in New Bark Town, S.S. Aqua, Vermilion City
}}
← Part 14 Route 27, Route 26, Victory Road
Gold and Silver
Walkthrough
Back in New Bark Town, S.S. Aqua, Vermilion City Part 16 →
{{WalkthroughPrevNext
|game=Emerald
|gamename=Emerald
|prev=yes
|next=yes
|prevsection=5
|nextsection=7
|prevname=Mauville City, Route 117, Verdanturf Town, Route 111, Route 112
|nextname=Route 115, Mt. Chimney, Jagged Pass, Lavaridge Town, Lavaridge Gym
}}
← Part 5 Mauville City, Route 117, Verdanturf Town, Route 111, Route 112
Emerald
Walkthrough
Route 115, Mt. Chimney, Jagged Pass, Lavaridge Town, Lavaridge Gym Part 7 →

Structure of a page (Other games)

Most mechanics from the "Version" games do not carry over to other games, so walkthroughs on these games cannot be expected to follow the previous layout. These games should describe their own respective venues in as encyclopedic a manner as possible. This includes all opponents, missions, locations, etc.

Pokémon Stadium games

  • Gym Leader Castle
  • Stadium Mode (Pika Cup, Petit Cup, Poké Cup, Prime Cup)
  • Kid's Club (description of the mini games)

Pokémon Colosseum & Pokémon XD: Gale of Darkness

  • Story Mode
  • Colosseum venues
  • Phenac Colosseum (Pokémon Colosseum only)
  • Pyrite Colosseum
  • Under Colosseum (Pokémon Colosseum only)
  • Orre Colosseum
  • Tower Colosseum

Pokémon Battle Revolution

This guide should detail all opposing Trainers in each Colosseum.
  • Gateway Colosseum
  • Main Street Colosseum
  • Waterfall Colosseum
  • Neon Colosseum
  • Crystal Colosseum
  • Sunny Park Colosseum
  • Magma Colosseum
  • Sunset Colosseum
  • Courtyard Colosseum
  • Stargazer Colosseum

Pokémon Snap

This guide should include the Pokémon found in each course, as well as the six Pokémon signs.
  • Beach
  • Tunnel
  • Volcano
  • River
  • Cave
  • Valley
  • Rainbow Cloud

Pokémon TCG

This guide should detail the eight Pokémon Clubs and their Club Masters, the four Grand Masters, and the Champion.
  • Grass (Nikki)
  • Poison (Rick)
  • Fire (Ken)
  • Water (Amy)
  • Lightning (Isaac)
  • Psychic (Murray)
  • Rock (Gene)
  • Fighting (Mitch)


  • Courtney (Fire)
  • Steve (Electric)
  • Jack (Ice)
  • Rod (Dragon)
  • Ronald (all types)


Pokémon Puzzle League

This guide should focus on Puzzle University, where the player must swap the blocks in a certain number of moves.

Pokémon Puzzle Challenge

This guide should focus on Single-Player Mode's "Challenge" feature, where the player advances the story by defeating the Johto Gym Leaders.

Pokémon Trozei!

This guide should present the game's Adventure Mode, where Lucy Fleetfoot attempts to take down the Phobos Battalion.

PokéPark Wii: Pikachu's Adventure

This guide should describe the attractions, as well as the various Zones.
  • Bulbasaur's Daring Dash
  • Venusaur's Vine Swing
  • Gyarados' Aqua Dash
  • Blaziken's Boulder Bash
  • Pelipper's Circle Circuit
  • Absol's Hurdle Bounce
  • Salamence's Air Ace
  • Rayquaza's Balloon Panic
  • Empoleon's Snow Slide
  • Bastiodon's Block Barrage
  • Rhyperior's Bumper Burn
  • Tangrowth's Swing-Along
  • Dusknoir's Speed Slam
  • Rotom's Spooky Shoot-'em-Up


  • Beach Zone
  • Cavern Zone
  • Lava Zone
  • Flower Zone
  • Granite Zone
  • Meadow Zone
  • Meeting Place
  • Sky Pavilion

Mystery Dungeon: Red & Blue, Time & Darkness, Sky

This guide should follow the story, dividing each section according to the games' chapters.

Pokémon Ranger series

Each section should focus on a single mission from the story.

Other

Templates

Project Walkthroughs logo.png This article is part of Project Walkthroughs, a Bulbapedia project that aims to write comprehensive step-by-step guides on each Pokémon game.
Project Walkthroughs logo.png This user is a member of Project Walkthroughs.
[[Appendix:{{{1}}} Walkthrough|{{{1}}} Walkthrough]]
{{walkthrough|Emerald}}
Emerald Walkthrough

Parent project

The parent of this project is Project Games.

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