List of locations by index number (Generation II)
Each location in the Generation II games has its own ID used internally by the game.
- For all IDs not marked (unlabeled) in the table below, she simply says, "Hm… I see you met <Pokémon> here: <location>!"
- Any IDs not included in the table below use the same response, but since they do not have valid strings associated with them, the location name will be gibberish.
- ID 0x80 is recognized by the Seer as Unknown.
- IDs 0x00, 0x7E, and 0xFE cause the seer to say, "Whaaaat? I can't tell a thing! How could I not know of this?".
- IDs 0x7F and 0xFF cause the seer to say, "What!? Incredible! I don't how understand how, but it is incredible! You are special. I can't tell where you met it, but it was at level <level>. Am I good or what?"
IDs 0x60-0x7D and 0xE0-0xFD are completely invalid.
In Pokémon Crystal, the location header pop-up at the bottom only recognizes IDs 0x00-0x5F; all other values return gibberish.
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