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Talk:Fuchsia City

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Is it Fuchsia or Fuschia?--Misty-May-Dawn rulz 18:23, 21 August 2008 (UTC)

Fishing in Fuchsia.

I was fishing in the small lake in central Fuchsia city in Pokemon Yellow and, with a Good Rod, I managed to hook both a Goldeen and Poliwag, which were not currently listed as being accessible in Yellow in this article. Yeah man 21:18, 15 December 2008 (UTC)

I think the Pokémon occurrence rates for Good Rod fishing in FR/LG are incorrect. Currently, the rates mentioned are:

  • Poliwag: 60%
  • Goldeen: 20%
  • Magikarp: 20%

I'm playing LeafGreen and fished 50 times using a Good Rod. The Pokémon and the rates I encountered are: Goldeen 27, Magikarp 11, Poliwag 12 for a total of 50 tries. I comes roughly to:

  • Goldeen: 60%
  • Magikarp: 20%
  • Poliwag: 20%

I'm not changing the percentages in the page because only 50 tries are not enough to confirm the rates. If someone else tries another 100-200 times, please add my encounter rates to your total to check the percentages.
Ishu bagaria (talk) 19:45, 6 September 2015 (UTC)

I chose the Dome Fossil

and Omanyte appeared in the corral. Was this information wrong? - unsigned comment from Edge578 (talkcontribs)


I think that Fuchsia and Vermillion are the only cities in Kanto (and other regions?) that you NEED HM01 CUT to move around the city. I remember this annoyance in RBY, I can't think of anyone cities that need this, if it's ok I would like to add this to trivia. - unsigned comment from Sge (talkcontribs)

Cut isn't compulsory; it just makes it a lot easier. I think you're actually thinking of Vermillion and Celadon. Both their gyms are hidden behind a Cuttable tree, IIRC. —darklordtrom 06:57, 2 September 2009 (UTC)
Technically, only Celadon requires Cut to actually be used. Even in FireRed and LeafGreen, the game can be completed without ever once using Cut on the bush in Vermillion; all one needs to do is head for Lavender right after getting Misty's badge, make it to Celadon from there, get the Silph Scope, and take care of one of the Snorlax (it matters not the one on Cycling Road or Silence Bridge). From there, you can get to Fuchsia, get Koga's badge, then return to Vermillion and Surf around to the entrance of that city's gym. --Shiningpikablu252 14:15, 2 September 2009 (UTC)
I am so restarting my game right now. Well, after I Pal Park my legends. :D:D:D —darklordtrom 22:36, 2 September 2009 (UTC)
Ahh, thanks for that so you _can_ move around Fuschia and get the Vermillion badge without cut, and what about Celadon...? Gah, just read Shiningpikablu252 comment again, it is required for celedon, sorry Sge 10:12, 3 September 2009 (UTC)
You can only get there by the use of Cut.--Clarky13 10:19, 3 September 2009 (UTC)

Can delete the Red Apricorn tree? because in other images of Coolpikachu! like Azalea Town, no Apricorn --Rodney 13:51, 20 February 2010 (UTC)

Move Deleter

I made an edit to the Move Deleter section to make it more accurate. In FireRed at least, the move deleter was next to the pokemon center and not the warden's house, and also, I managed to delete all HM moves without having another pokemon knowing them. --Mordarto 20:24, 3 September 2009 (UTC)

You can put that in your edit summary, you know. And regarding the move deleter... you can't delete HMs in the field to prevent getting locked in. As long as you have another Pokémon able to learn the HM, you are able to delete the HM via move tutor even if it is the only Pokémon that knows it. —darklordtrom 07:03, 4 September 2009 (UTC)

in the anime

in ep036, ash and his friends are in a unnamed town before going into cycling road. is that probably fuchsia city, since fuchsia city connects to cycling road? -Pokeant 14:01, 11 March 2012 (UTC)