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== Route 30 ==
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==Route 30==
 
On the second visit to {{rt|30|Johto}}, the Pokémon battle that had blocked the western road has ended, clearing the path northward.
 
On the second visit to {{rt|30|Johto}}, the Pokémon battle that had blocked the western road has ended, clearing the path northward.
   
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== Route 31 ==
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==Route 31==
 
[[File:Johto Route 31 GSC.png|thumb|400px|Route 31]]
 
[[File:Johto Route 31 GSC.png|thumb|400px|Route 31]]
   
{{rt|31|Johto}} is a small route that connects {{rt|30|Johto}} to the south and [[Violet City]] to the west. The western entrance to [[Dark Cave]] is located here, but the area cannot be fully explored just yet.
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{{rt|31|Johto}} is a small route that connects {{rt|30|Johto}} to the south and [[Violet City]] to the west. The western entrance to [[Dark Cave]] is located here, but the area cannot be fully explored just yet.
   
 
{| class="expandable" align="center" style="background: #{{locationcolor/med|land}}; {{roundy}}; border: 5px solid #{{locationcolor/light|land}};"
 
{| class="expandable" align="center" style="background: #{{locationcolor/med|land}}; {{roundy}}; border: 5px solid #{{locationcolor/light|land}};"
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|
 
{{itlisth|land}}
 
{{itlisth|land}}
{{itlistbod|Potion|West of the entrance to Dark Cave|C|display={{DL|Potion|Potion}}}}
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{{Itemlist|Potion|West of the entrance to Dark Cave|C=yes}}
{{itlistbod|none|From the tree near the pond|C|display={{DL|Berries (Generation II)|Bitter Berry}}}}
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{{Itemlist|none|From the tree near the pond|C=yes|display=[[Bitter Berry]]}}
{{itlistbod|Poké Ball|Near Bug Catcher Wade|C|display={{ball|Poké}}}}
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{{Itemlist|Poké Ball|Near Bug Catcher Wade|C=yes|display={{i|Poké Ball}}}}
 
{{catch/div|land|After reaching Route 35}}
 
{{catch/div|land|After reaching Route 35}}
{{itlistbod|TM Ghost|From the man near the pond, as thanks for delivering his friend's {{p|Spearow}}|C|display={{TM|50|Nightmare}}}}
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{{Itemlist|TM Ghost|From the man near the pond, as thanks for delivering his friend's {{p|Spearow}}|C=yes|display={{TM|50|Nightmare}}}}
 
{{itlistfoot|land}}
 
{{itlistfoot|land}}
 
|}
 
|}
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{{-}}
 
{{-}}
== Violet City ==
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==Violet City==
 
[[File:Violet City GS.png|thumb|300px|Violet City]]
 
[[File:Violet City GS.png|thumb|300px|Violet City]]
   
[[Violet City]] is the first city with a Pokémon Gym. Other major attractions include [[Sprout Tower]] in the north, and {{DL|Violet City|Earl's Pokémon Academy}} in the east.
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[[Violet City]] is the first city with a Pokémon Gym. Other major attractions include [[Sprout Tower]] in the north, and {{DL|Violet City|Earl's Pokémon Academy}} in the east.
   
 
{| class="expandable" align="center" style="background: #A217FF; {{roundy}}; border: 5px solid #BB30FF;"
 
{| class="expandable" align="center" style="background: #A217FF; {{roundy}}; border: 5px solid #BB30FF;"
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|
 
{{itlisth|road}}
 
{{itlisth|road}}
{{itlistbod|none|From the tree south of the Gym|C|display={{DL|Berries (Generation II)|PRZCureBerry}}}}
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{{Itemlist|none|From the tree south of the Gym|C=yes|display=[[PRZCureBerry]]}}
{{itlistbod|none|Held by Rocky, the traded {{p|Onix}}|C|display={{DL|Berries (Generation II)|Bitter Berry}}}}
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{{Itemlist|none|Held by Rocky, the traded {{p|Onix}}|C=yes|display=[[Bitter Berry]]}}
{{itlistbod|TM Ground|From Falkner upon his defeat|C|display={{TM|31|Mud-Slap}}}}
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{{Itemlist|TM Ground|From Falkner upon his defeat|C=yes|display={{TM|31|Mud-Slap}}}}
 
{{catch/div|forest|Requires Cut}}
 
{{catch/div|forest|Requires Cut}}
{{itlistbod|Hyper Potion|On the trail east of the Academy|C|display={{DL|Potion|Hyper Potion}}}}
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{{Itemlist|Hyper Potion|On the trail east of the Academy (hidden)|C=yes}}
 
{{catch/div|water|Requires Surf}}
 
{{catch/div|water|Requires Surf}}
{{itlistbod|PP Up|Near the western pond|C|display={{DL|Vitamin|PP Up}}}}
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{{Itemlist|PP Up|Near the western pond|C=yes}}
{{itlistbod|Rare Candy|Near the eastern pond|C|display={{DL|Vitamin|Rare Candy}}}}
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{{Itemlist|Rare Candy|Near the eastern pond|C=yes}}
 
{{itlistfoot|road}}
 
{{itlistfoot|road}}
 
|}
 
|}
   
   
=== Time for a Trade ===
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===Time for a Trade===
The kid in the house near the Pokémon Center is looking for a {{p|Bellsprout}}. If you have one to spare, it's a good idea to trade it to him. Rocky, the {{p|Onix}} you get in return, can make the Gym battle here much easier.
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The kid in the house near the Pokémon Center is looking for a {{p|Bellsprout}}. If you have one to spare, it's a good idea to trade it to him. Rocky, the {{p|Onix}} you get in return, can make the Gym battle here much easier.
   
=== Earl's Pokémon Academy ===
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===Earl's Pokémon Academy===
The Academy is where young prospective Trainers learn how to raise Pokémon. On the blackboard are descriptions of the several status problems that can affect a Pokémon.
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The Academy is where young prospective Trainers learn how to raise Pokémon. On the blackboard are descriptions of the several status problems that can affect a Pokémon.
   
 
{| colspan="3" align="center" style="background: #{{locationcolor/med|building}}; {{roundy}}; border: 2px solid #{{locationcolor/dark|building}};" cellspacing="2" cellpadding="4"
 
{| colspan="3" align="center" style="background: #{{locationcolor/med|building}}; {{roundy}}; border: 2px solid #{{locationcolor/dark|building}};" cellspacing="2" cellpadding="4"
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=== Sprout Tower ===
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===Sprout Tower===
The [[Sprout Tower]] is a towering pagoda run by Buddhist monks. Since these monks also train Pokémon, this is a good opportunity to train before challenging the Violet Gym. {{p|Rattata}} roam the tower during daylight hours, and {{p|Gastly}} can be found at night. After battling past the others, you find {{ga|Silver|your rival}} having just defeated the head monk. He talks to you briefly before using an Escape Rope. After defeating the elder monk, Sage Li, he rewards you with {{HM|05|Flash}}.
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The [[Sprout Tower]] is a towering pagoda run by Buddhist monks. Since these monks also train Pokémon, this is a good opportunity to train before challenging the Violet Gym. {{p|Rattata}} roam the tower during daylight hours, and {{p|Gastly}} can be found at night. After battling past the others, you find {{ga|Silver|your rival}} having just defeated the head monk. He talks to you briefly before using an Escape Rope. After defeating the elder monk, Sage Li, he rewards you with {{HM|05|Flash}}.
   
 
{| class="expandable" align="center" style="background: #{{locationcolor/med|building}}; {{roundy}}; border: 5px solid #{{locationcolor/light|building}};"
 
{| class="expandable" align="center" style="background: #{{locationcolor/med|building}}; {{roundy}}; border: 5px solid #{{locationcolor/light|building}};"
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{{itlisth|building}}
 
{{itlisth|building}}
{{itlistbod|Parlyz Heal|1F|C|display={{DL|Status ailment healing item|Parlyz Heal}}}}
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{{Itemlist|Paralyze Heal|1F|C=yes|display=[[Paralyze Heal|Parlyz Heal]]}}
{{itlistbod|X Accuracy|2F|C|display={{DL|Battle item|X Accuracy}}}}
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{{Itemlist|X Accuracy|2F|C=yes}}
{{itlistbod|Potion|3F|C|display={{DL|Potion|Potion}}}}
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{{Itemlist|Potion|3F|C=yes}}
{{itlistbod|Escape Rope|3F|C}}
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{{Itemlist|Escape Rope|3F|C=yes}}
{{itlistbod|HM Normal|3F, from Sage Li upon his defeat|C|display={{HM|05|Flash}}}}
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{{Itemlist|HM Normal|3F, from Sage Li upon his defeat|C=yes|display={{HM|05|Flash}}}}
 
{{itlistfoot|building}}
 
{{itlistfoot|building}}
 
|}
 
|}
   
   
=== Violet Gym ===
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===Violet Gym===
 
[[File:Violet Gym GSC.png|thumb|Violet Gym]]
 
[[File:Violet Gym GSC.png|thumb|Violet Gym]]
   
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{{sign|RBY|footer}}
 
{{sign|RBY|footer}}
   
The [[Violet Gym]] specializes in {{type|Flying}} Pokémon. Clip their wings with {{t|Electric}} attacks, or knock them out of the sky with {{t|Rock}} moves. {{t|Grass}} and {{t|Bug}} Pokémon, beware; {{m|Gust}} is now classified as a Flying-type attack, inflicting double the normal damage. The {{p|Onix}} you just received will be helpful, but watch out for {{m|Mud-Slap}}, a {{type|Ground}} move.
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The [[Violet Gym]] specializes in {{type|Flying}} Pokémon. Clip their wings with {{t|Electric}} attacks, or knock them out of the sky with {{t|Rock}} moves. {{t|Grass}} and {{t|Bug}} Pokémon, beware; {{m|Gust}} is now classified as a Flying-type attack, inflicting double the normal damage. The {{p|Onix}} you just received will be helpful, but watch out for {{m|Mud-Slap}}, a {{type|Ground}} move.
   
 
{{User:KCorp4000/Gymtag
 
{{User:KCorp4000/Gymtag
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{{Trainerfooter|flying|I}}
 
{{Trainerfooter|flying|I}}
   
|leader={{Party|color={{flying color}}|headcolor={{flying color light}}|bordercolor={{flying color dark}}
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|leader={{Party/Single|color={{flying color}}|headcolor={{flying color light}}|bordercolor={{flying color dark}}
 
|sprite=Spr GS Falkner.png
 
|sprite=Spr GS Falkner.png
 
|prize={{PDollar}}900
 
|prize={{PDollar}}900
 
|class=Leader|name=Falkner
 
|class=Leader|name=Falkner
 
|game=GSC|location=Violet Gym
 
|game=GSC|location=Violet Gym
|pokemon=2
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|pokemon=2}}
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{{!}}{{Pokémon/2|game=Crystal
|pokemon1={{Pokémon/2|game=Crystal
 
 
|ndex=016 |pokemon=Pidgey
 
|ndex=016 |pokemon=Pidgey
 
|type1=Normal|type2=Flying
 
|type1=Normal|type2=Flying
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|move2=Mud-Slap|move2type=Ground}}
 
|move2=Mud-Slap|move2type=Ground}}
   
|pokemon2={{Pokémon/2|game=Crystal
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{{!}}{{Pokémon/2|game=Crystal
 
|ndex=017|pokemon=Pidgeotto
 
|ndex=017|pokemon=Pidgeotto
 
|type1=Normal|type2=Flying
 
|type1=Normal|type2=Flying
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|move2=Mud-Slap|move2type=Ground
 
|move2=Mud-Slap|move2type=Ground
 
|move3=Gust|move3type=Flying}}
 
|move3=Gust|move3type=Flying}}
}}
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{{Party/Footer}}
 
}}
 
}}
   
   
Defeated, [[Falkner]] awards you the {{badge|Zephyr}}, which gives your team a slight {{stat|Attack}} increase and allows the use of {{m|Flash}} in the field. He also gives you {{TM|31|Mud-Slap}}, a move that inflicts damage while lowering {{stat|accuracy}}.
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Defeated, [[Falkner]] awards you the {{badge|Zephyr}}, which gives your team a slight {{stat|Attack}} increase and allows the use of {{m|Flash}} in the field. He also gives you {{TM|31|Mud-Slap}}, a move that inflicts damage while lowering {{stat|accuracy}}.
   
=== Elm and the Egg ===
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===Elm and the Egg===
[[Professor Elm]] calls when you step outside, asking that you visit his assistant in the Pokémon Center. The assistant delivers the {{key|II|Mystery Egg}} to you, as it must be near an active team of Pokémon to grow and hatch. Call the professor when it finally hatches, and he asks to see it; after inspecting {{p|Togepi|the newly-hatched Pokémon}}, he gives you an {{evostone|Everstone}} as thanks.
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[[Professor Elm]] calls when you step outside, asking that you visit his assistant in the Pokémon Center. The assistant delivers the [[Mystery Egg]] to you, as it must be near an active team of Pokémon to grow and hatch. Call the professor when it finally hatches, and he asks to see it; after inspecting {{p|Togepi|the newly-hatched Pokémon}}, he gives you an [[Everstone]] as thanks.
   
 
With the Violet Gym defeated, head south to {{rt|32|Johto}}.
 
With the Violet Gym defeated, head south to {{rt|32|Johto}}.

Latest revision as of 22:04, 9 June 2019

Route 30

On the second visit to Route 30, the Pokémon battle that had blocked the western road has ended, clearing the path northward.


Route 31

Route 31

Route 31 is a small route that connects Route 30 to the south and Violet City to the west. The western entrance to Dark Cave is located here, but the area cannot be fully explored just yet.



Violet City

Violet City

Violet City is the first city with a Pokémon Gym. Other major attractions include Sprout Tower in the north, and Earl's Pokémon Academy in the east.


Time for a Trade

The kid in the house near the Pokémon Center is looking for a Bellsprout. If you have one to spare, it's a good idea to trade it to him. Rocky, the Onix you get in return, can make the Gym battle here much easier.

Earl's Pokémon Academy

The Academy is where young prospective Trainers learn how to raise Pokémon. On the blackboard are descriptions of the several status problems that can affect a Pokémon.

Ailment Effect(s)
BRN Burn Attack drops to 50%; inflicts damage equal to 1/8 of maximum HP every turn
FRZ Freeze Cannot move until thawed (20% chance of recovery per turn)
PAR Paralysis Speed drops to 25%; cannot attack 1/4 of the time
PSN Poison Inflicts damage equal to 1/8 of maximum HP every turn; loses 1 HP for every four steps taken outside of battle
SLP Sleep Cannot move for one to seven turns


Sprout Tower

The Sprout Tower is a towering pagoda run by Buddhist monks. Since these monks also train Pokémon, this is a good opportunity to train before challenging the Violet Gym. Rattata roam the tower during daylight hours, and Gastly can be found at night. After battling past the others, you find your rival having just defeated the head monk. He talks to you briefly before using an Escape Rope. After defeating the elder monk, Sage Li, he rewards you with HM05 (Flash).


Violet Gym

Violet Gym

VIOLET CITY
POKéMON GYM
LEADER: FALKNER

The Elegant Master
of Flying Pokémon

The Violet Gym specializes in Flying-type Pokémon. Clip their wings with Electric attacks, or knock them out of the sky with Rock moves. Grass and Bug Pokémon, beware; Gust is now classified as a Flying-type attack, inflicting double the normal damage. The Onix you just received will be helpful, but watch out for Mud-Slap, a Ground-type move.

Violet Gym
The Zephyr Badge





Defeated, Falkner awards you the Zephyr Badge, which gives your team a slight Attack increase and allows the use of Flash in the field. He also gives you TM31 (Mud-Slap), a move that inflicts damage while lowering accuracy.

Elm and the Egg

Professor Elm calls when you step outside, asking that you visit his assistant in the Pokémon Center. The assistant delivers the Mystery Egg to you, as it must be near an active team of Pokémon to grow and hatch. Call the professor when it finally hatches, and he asks to see it; after inspecting the newly-hatched Pokémon, he gives you an Everstone as thanks.

With the Violet Gym defeated, head south to Route 32.


← Part 2 Cherrygrove City, Mr. Pokémon's House, Elm's lab
Crystal
walkthrough
Route 32, Union Cave, Route 33, Azalea Town Part 4 →


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