- 1 Generation I
- 2 Generation II
- 2.1 Red Gyarados
- 2.2 Lapras
- 2.3 Eevee
- 2.4 Snorlax
- 2.5 Dratini
- 2.6 Togepi
- 2.7 Sudowoodo
- 2.8 Shuckle
- 2.9 Tyrogue
- 2.10 Legendary beasts
- 2.11 Lugia
- 2.12 Ho-Oh
- 2.13 Celebi
In Pokémon Yellow only, a girl in the house to the left of the Pokémon Center in Cerulean City will give the player a Bulbasaur if his or her Pikachu has a high happiness rate. User:Chosen/Template:G2ievent
Hitmonlee and Hitmonchan
The master of the Fighting Dojo in Saffron City will reward the player with their choice of either Hitmonlee or Hitmonchan after defeating him. User:Chosen/Template:G2ievent User:Chosen/Template:G2ievent
A salesman in Route 4's Pokémon Center will offer a Magikarp to the player for 500. While Magikarp can be found for free in any body of water once the player finds the Old Rod, if the player invests his or her time well, he or she will have a powerful Gyarados at their disposal earlier than usual.
There are two set encounters with Snorlax accessible via the Poké Flute; one on Route 12 and one on Route 16. The player must capture or defeat at least one of them to proceed to Fuchsia City. User:Chosen/Template:G2ievent
In Pokémon Crystal only, this Dratini can be obtained in the Dragon's Den after the player answers the Dragon Master's quiz. If the player gives an incorrect answer to one of the quiz questions, ExtremeSpeed will be replaced with Leer. User:Chosen/Template:G2ievent
In Pokémon Gold and Silver, after the player encounters the legendary beasts at the Burned Tower, Suicune will roam Johto. In Crystal, however, Suicune will appear in several locations around Johto before settling down the Tin Tower to challenge the player, provided he or she has the Clear Bell, which he or she obtains from the Radio Tower director.
In Pokémon Silver, Lugia can be found in the Whirl Islands after the player obtains the Silver Wing from the Radio Tower director. In Pokémon Gold and Crystal, Lugia can be found in the Whirl Islands after the player obtains the Silver Wing from a man in Pewter City.
In Pokémon Gold, Ho-Oh can be found in the Tin Tower after the player obtains the Rainbow Wing from the Radio Tower director. In Pokémon Silver, Ho-Oh can be found in the Tin Tower after the player obtains the Rainbow Wing from a man in Pewter City. In Pokémon Crystal, Ho-Oh can be found in the Tin Tower after the player obtains the Rainbow Wing from the three sages of the tower after catching all three legendary beasts.
In the Japanese version of Pokémon Crystal only, this Celebi was obtainable at the shrine inside the Ilex Forest if the player downloaded an event that distributed the GS Ball on their Mobile System GB. Since the Mobile System GB accessory was never released outside of Japan, no international players could get the GS Ball outside of the use of cheating devices. User:Chosen/Template:G2ievent