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==Mysterious Egg==
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==Route 30==
[[Image:Egg Gen II.png|frame|right| Mysterious Egg's status screen.]]
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On the second visit to {{rt|30|Johto}}, the Pokémon battle that had blocked the western road has ended, clearing the path northward.
While I was battling trainers in the [[Azalea Gym]], my egg just so happened to hatch. Depending on how many steps you have walked with your egg, it may hatch in here too. When it does, give[[ Professor Elm]] a call and then head on over to his lab. I went ahead and picked up some repels because I wanted to get through the [[Union Cave]] quicker so I could get back to the gym. When you get there, Elm is pretty excited about the Pokémon who happened to hatch out of the egg, {{p|Togepi}}. He lets you raise this Pokémon and also gives you an [[Everstone]]. If you give the Everstone to your Pokémon, it will prevent it from evolving until you take the stone away.
 
   
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{| class="expandable" align="center" style="background: #{{locationcolor/med|land}}; {{roundy}}; border: 5px solid #{{locationcolor/light|land}};"
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|- align="center"
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! Trainers
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|-
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|
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{{trainerheader|land}}
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{{Trainerentry|Spr GS Youngster.png|Youngster|[[Joey]]|64|1|019|Rattata|♂|4|None|38=phone}}
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{{Trainerdiv|land}}
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{{Trainerentry|Spr GS Youngster.png|Youngster|Mikey|64|2|016|Pidgey|♂|2|None|019|Rattata|♂|4|None}}
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{{Trainerdiv|land}}
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{{Trainerentry|Spr GS Bug Catcher.png|Bug Catcher|Don|48|2|010|Caterpie|♂|3|None|010|Caterpie|♂|3|None}}
  +
{{Trainerfooter|land|II}}
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|}
   
   
==Azalea Gym==
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==Route 31==
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[[File:Johto Route 31 GSC.png|thumb|400px|Route 31]]
   
[[Image:Azaleagym.png|frame|right| Bugsy, the Bug type Gym Leader.]]
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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.
   
After the [[Team Rocket]] business is over, you can challenge the Azalea Gym! [[Bugsy]], the gym leader, specializes in {{type2|Bug}} Pokémon. Bugsy's title is "The Walking Bug Pokémon Encyclopedia".
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{| class="expandable" align="center" style="background: #{{locationcolor/med|land}}; {{roundy}}; border: 5px solid #{{locationcolor/light|land}};"
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|- align="center"
  +
! Trainers
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|-
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|
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{{Trainerheader|land}}
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{{Trainerentry|Spr GS Bug Catcher.png|Bug Catcher|Wade|32|4|010|Caterpie|M|2|None|010|Caterpie|M|2|None|013|Weedle|M|3|None|010|Caterpie|M|2|None|38=phone}}
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{{Trainerfooter|land|II}}
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|}
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{| class="expandable" align="center" style="background: #{{locationcolor/med|land}}; {{roundy}}; border: 5px solid #{{locationcolor/light|land}};"
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|- align="center"
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! Available Pokémon
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|-
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|
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{{catch/header|land}}
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{{catch/entry2|010|Caterpie|no|no|yes|Grass|4|30%|30%|0%|type1=Bug}}
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{{catch/entry2|013|Weedle|no|no|yes|Grass|4|5%|5%|0%|type1=Bug|type2=Poison}}
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{{catch/entry2|016|Pidgey|no|no|yes|Grass|4-5|10%|40%|0%|type1=Normal|type2=Flying}}
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{{catch/entry2|041|Zubat|no|no|yes|Grass|4|0%|0%|5%|type1=Poison|type2=Flying}}
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{{catch/entry2|060|Poliwag|no|no|yes|Grass|4|0%|0%|30%|type1=Water}}
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{{catch/entry2|069|Bellsprout|no|no|yes|Grass|5|all=20%|type1=Grass|type2=Poison}}
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{{catch/entry2|092|Gastly|no|no|yes|Grass|5|0%|0%|5%|type1=Ghost|type2=Poison}}
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{{catch/entry2|163|Hoothoot|no|no|yes|Grass|5|0%|0%|10%|type1=Normal|type2=Flying}}
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{{catch/entry2|165|Ledyba|no|no|yes|Grass|4|30%|0%|0%|type1=Bug|type2=Flying}}
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{{catch/entry2|167|Spinarak|no|no|yes|Grass|4|0%|0%|30%|type1=Bug|type2=Poison}}
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{{catch/entry2|187|Hoppip|no|no|yes|Grass|5|5%|5%|0%|type1=Grass|type2=Flying}}
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{{catch/footer|land}}
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|}
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{| class="expandable" align="center" style="background: #{{locationcolor/med|land}}; {{roundy}}; border: 5px solid #{{locationcolor/light|land}};"
  +
|- align="center"
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! Items
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|-
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|
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{{itlisth|land}}
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{{Itemlist|Potion|West of the entrance to Dark Cave|C=yes}}
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{{Itemlist|none|From the tree near the pond|C=yes|display=[[Bitter Berry]]}}
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{{Itemlist|Poké Ball|Near Bug Catcher Wade|C=yes|display={{i|Poké Ball}}}}
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{{catch/div|land|After reaching Route 35}}
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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}}}}
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{{itlistfoot|land}}
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|}
   
===={{game2|Gold|Silver|Crystal}}====
 
{{Party
 
|color={{bug color}}
 
|headcolor={{bug color light}}
 
|bordercolor={{bug color dark}}
 
|sprite=SpriteBugsy.gif
 
|prize={{Pdollar}}1600
 
|class=[[Leader]]
 
|name=Bugsy
 
|game={{3v2|Gold|Silver|Crystal}}
 
|location=[[Azalea Gym]]
 
|pokemon=3
 
   
|pokemon1={{Pokémon
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{{-}}
|gen=2
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==Violet City==
|game=Gold
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[[File:Violet City GS.png|thumb|300px|Violet City]]
|ndex=011
 
|pokemon=Metapod
 
|gender=male
 
|level=14
 
|type1=Bug
 
|move1=Tackle
 
|move1type=Normal
 
|move2=String Shot
 
|move2type=Bug
 
|move3=Harden
 
|move3type=Normal}}
 
   
|pokemon2={{Pokémon
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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.
|gen=2
 
|game=Gold
 
|ndex=014
 
|pokemon=Kakuna
 
|gender=male
 
|level=14
 
|type1=Bug
 
|type2=Poison
 
|move1=Poison Sting
 
|move1type=Poison
 
|move2=String Shot
 
|move2type=Bug
 
|move3=Harden
 
|move3type=Normal}}
 
   
|pokemon3={{Pokémon
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{| class="expandable" align="center" style="background: #A217FF; {{roundy}}; border: 5px solid #BB30FF;"
|gen=2
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|- align="center"
|game=Silver
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! Available Pokémon
|ndex=123
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|-
|pokemon=Scyther
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|
|gender=male
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{{catch/header|road|4}}
|level=16
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{{Catch/div|road|Gift Pokémon}}
|type1=Bug
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{{catch/entry2|175|Togepi|no|no|yes|Egg|5|all=One|type1=Normal}}
|type2=Flying
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{{Catch/div|road|Special}}
|move1=Fury Cutter
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{{Catch/entry2|095|Onix|no|no|yes|Trade|The same as the Traded Pokémon|all=One|tradenum=069|tradename=Bellsprout|type1=Rock|type2=Ground}}
|move1type=Bug
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{{catch/footer|road}}
|move2=Quick Attack
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|}
|move2type=Normal
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{| class="expandable" align="center" style="background: #A217FF; {{roundy}}; border: 5px solid #BB30FF;"
|move3=Leer
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|- align="center"
|move3type=Normal}}
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! Items
}}
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|-
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|
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{{itlisth|road}}
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{{Itemlist|none|From the tree south of the Gym|C=yes|display=[[PRZCureBerry]]}}
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{{Itemlist|none|Held by Rocky, the traded {{p|Onix}}|C=yes|display=[[Bitter Berry]]}}
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{{Itemlist|TM Ground|From Falkner upon his defeat|C=yes|display={{TM|31|Mud-Slap}}}}
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{{catch/div|forest|Requires Cut}}
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{{Itemlist|Hyper Potion|On the trail east of the Academy (hidden)|C=yes}}
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{{catch/div|water|Requires Surf}}
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{{Itemlist|PP Up|Near the western pond|C=yes}}
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{{Itemlist|Rare Candy|Near the eastern pond|C=yes}}
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{{itlistfoot|road}}
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|}
   
After defeating Bugsy you receive the {{Badge|Hive}} well as [[TM49]] {{m|Fury Cutter}}! You will also be allowed to use the [[HM]] move {{m|Cut}} outside of battle. When you leave the gym heal your Pokémon and then go to the [[Ilex Forest]]. Make sure you have a Pokémon able to learn the move Cut as well. You will receive the [[HM]] in the forest and you will need Cut to get through.
 
   
==Illex Forest==
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===Time for a Trade===
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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.
   
Your [[rival]] will challenge you to a battle before you enter the Ilex Forest. Here's his team:
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===Earl's Pokémon Academy===
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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.
   
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{| colspan="3" align="center" style="background: #{{locationcolor/med|building}}; {{roundy}}; border: 2px solid #{{locationcolor/dark|building}};" cellspacing="2" cellpadding="4"
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|-
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! colspan="2" style="background: #{{locationcolor/light|building}}; {{roundytl|5px}};" | Ailment
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! style="background: #{{locationcolor/light|building}}; {{roundytr|5px}};" | Effect(s)
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|- align="center" style="background: #FFFFFF;"
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| style="background: #{{fire color}};" | {{color|FFFFFF|BRN}}
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| {{status|Burn}}
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| {{stat|Attack}} drops to 50%; inflicts damage equal to 1/8 of maximum {{stat|HP}} every turn
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|- align="center" style="background: #FFFFFF;"
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| style="background: #{{ice color}};" | FRZ
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| {{status|Freeze}}
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| Cannot move until thawed (20% chance of recovery per turn)
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|- align="center" style="background: #FFFFFF;"
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| style="background: #{{electric color}};" | PAR
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| {{status|Paralysis}}
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| {{stat|Speed}} drops to 25%; cannot attack 1/4 of the time
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|- align="center" style="background: #FFFFFF;"
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| style="background: #{{poison color}};" | {{color|FFFFFF|PSN}}
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| {{status|Poison}}
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| Inflicts damage equal to 1/8 of maximum {{stat|HP}} every turn; loses 1 HP for every four steps taken outside of battle
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|- align="center" style="background: #FFFFFF;"
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| style="background: #{{status color}};" | {{color|FFFFFF|SLP}}
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| {{status|Sleep}}
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| Cannot move for one to seven turns
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|-
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| colspan="3" style="background: #{{locationcolor/light|building}}; {{roundybottom|5px}};" |
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|}
   
If the {{Player}} chose {{p|Chikorita}}:
 
{{PartyHeader|color={{silver color}}|sprite=Silver_Sprite_GS.gif|prize={{pdollar}}[[Pokémon Dollar|960]]|class=[[Rival]]|name=Silver|game={{3v2|Gold|Silver|Crystal}}|location=[[Azalea Town]]}}
 
{{PartyBody23|color={{silver color}}|
 
sprite1=Spr 2g 092.png|p1=Gastly|gender1=♂|level1=12|types1=2|type11=Ghost|type21=Poison|p1m1=Hypnosis|p1m1t=Psychic|p1m2=Lick|p1m2t=Ghost|p1m3=Spite|p1m3t=Ghost|item1=None|
 
sprite2=Spr 2g 041.png|p2=Zubat|gender2=♂|level2=14|types2=2|type12=Poison|type22=Flying|p2m1=Leech Life|p2m1t=Bug|p2m2=Supersonic|p2m2t=Normal|p2m3=Bite|p2m3t=Dark|item2=None|
 
sprite3=Spr 2g 156.png|p3=Quilava|gender3=♂|level3=16|types3=1|type13=Fire|p3m1=Tackle|p3m1t=Normal|p3m2=Leer|p3m2t=Normal|p3m3=SmokeScreen|p3m3t=Normal|p3m4=Ember|p3m4t=Fire|item3=None}}
 
{{PartyFooter|color={{silver color}}}}
 
   
If the {{Player}} chose {{p|Cyndaquil}}:
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===Sprout Tower===
{{PartyHeader|color={{silver color}}|sprite=Silver_Sprite_GS.gif|prize={{pdollar}}[[Pokémon Dollar|960]]|class=[[Rival]]|name=Silver|game={{3v2|Gold|Silver|Crystal}}|location=[[Azalea Town]]}}
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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}}.
{{PartyBody23|color={{silver color}}|
 
sprite1=Spr 2g 092.png|p1=Gastly|gender1=♂|level1=12|types1=2|type11=Ghost|type21=Poison|p1m1=Hypnosis|p1m1t=Psychic|p1m2=Lick|p1m2t=Ghost|p1m3=Spite|p1m3t=Ghost|item1=None|
 
sprite2=Spr 2g 041.png|p2=Zubat|gender2=♂|level2=14|types2=2|type12=Poison|type22=Flying|p2m1=Leech Life|p2m1t=Bug|p2m2=Supersonic|p2m2t=Normal|p2m3=Bite|p2m3t=Dark|item2=None|
 
sprite3=Spr 2g 159.png|p3=Croconaw|gender3=♂|level3=16|types3=1|type13=Water|p3m1=Scratch|p3m1t=Normal|p3m2=Leer|p3m2t=Normal|p3m3=Rage|p3m3t=Normal|p3m4=Water Gun|p3m4t=Water|item3=None}}
 
{{PartyFooter|color={{silver color}}}}
 
   
If the {{Player}} chose {{p|Totodile}}:
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{| class="expandable" align="center" style="background: #{{locationcolor/med|building}}; {{roundy}}; border: 5px solid #{{locationcolor/light|building}};"
{{PartyHeader|color={{silver color}}|sprite=Silver_Sprite_GS.gif|prize={{pdollar}}[[Pokémon Dollar|960]]|class=[[Rival]]|name=Silver|game={{3v2|Gold|Silver|Crystal}}|location=[[Azalea Town]]}}
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|- align="center"
{{PartyBody23|color={{silver color}}|
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! Trainers
sprite1=Spr 2g 092.png|p1=Gastly|gender1=♂|level1=12|types1=2|type11=Ghost|type21=Poison|p1m1=Hypnosis|p1m1t=Psychic|p1m2=Lick|p1m2t=Ghost|p1m3=Spite|p1m3t=Ghost|item1=None|
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|-
sprite2=Spr 2g 041.png|p2=Zubat|gender2=♂|level2=14|types2=2|type12=Poison|type22=Flying|p2m1=Leech Life|p2m1t=Bug|p2m2=Supersonic|p2m2t=Normal|p2m3=Bite|p2m3t=Dark|item2=None|
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|
sprite3=Spr 2g 153.png|p3=Bayleef|gender3=♂|level3=16|types3=1|type13=Grass|p3m1=Growl|p3m1t=Normal|p3m2=Razor Leaf|p3m2t=Grass|p3m3=Reflect|p3m3t=Psychic|p3m4=PoisonPowder|p3m4t=Poison|item3=None}}
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{{Trainerheader|building}}
{{PartyFooter|color={{silver color}}}}
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{{Trainerentry|Spr GS Sage.png|Sage|Nico|96|3|069|Bellsprout|♂|3|None|069|Bellsprout|♂|3|None|069|Bellsprout|♂|3|None}}
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{{Trainerdiv|building}}
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{{Trainerentry|Spr GS Sage.png|Sage|Chow|96|3|069|Bellsprout|♂|3|None|069|Bellsprout|♂|3|None|069|Bellsprout|♂|3|None}}
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{{Trainerdiv|building}}
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{{Trainerentry|Spr GS Sage.png|Sage|Edmond|96|3|069|Bellsprout|♂|3|None|069|Bellsprout|♂|3|None|069|Bellsprout|♂|3|None}}
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{{Trainerdiv|building}}
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{{Trainerentry|Spr GS Sage.png|Sage|Jin|192|1|069|Bellsprout|♂|6|None}}
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{{Trainerdiv|building}}
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{{Trainerentry|Spr GS Sage.png|Sage|Neal|192|1|069|Bellsprout|♂|6|None}}
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{{Trainerdiv|building}}
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{{Trainerentry|Spr GS Sage.png|Sage|Troy|224|2|069|Bellsprout|♂|7|None|163|Hoothoot|♂|7|None}}
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{{Trainerdiv|building}}
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{{Trainerentry|Spr GS Sage.png|Sage|Li|320|3|069|Bellsprout|♂|7|None|163|Hoothoot|♂|10|None|069|Bellsprout|♂|7|None}}
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{{Trainerfooter|road|II}}
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|}
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{| class="expandable" align="center" style="background: #{{locationcolor/med|building}}; {{roundy}}; border: 5px solid #{{locationcolor/light|building}};"
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|- align="center"
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! Available Pokémon
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|-
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|
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{{Catch/header|building}}
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{{Catch/entry2|019|Rattata|no|no|yes|Walking|3-6|100%|100%|15%|type1=Normal}}
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{{Catch/entry2|092|Gastly|no|no|yes|Walking|3-6|0%|0%|85%|type1=Ghost|type2=Poison}}
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{{catch/footer|building}}
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|}
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{| class="expandable" align="center" style="background: #{{locationcolor/med|building}}; {{roundy}}; border: 5px solid #{{locationcolor/light|building}};"
  +
|- align="center"
  +
! Items
  +
|-
  +
|
  +
{{itlisth|building}}
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{{Itemlist|Paralyze Heal|1F|C=yes|display=[[Paralyze Heal|Parlyz Heal]]}}
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{{Itemlist|X Accuracy|2F|C=yes}}
  +
{{Itemlist|Potion|3F|C=yes}}
  +
{{Itemlist|Escape Rope|3F|C=yes}}
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{{Itemlist|HM Normal|3F, from Sage Li upon his defeat|C=yes|display={{HM|05|Flash}}}}
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{{itlistfoot|building}}
  +
|}
   
   
Once the battle is over go on in to [[Ilex Forest]]. Talk to the guy you see standing against the trees and he will tell you his boss's {{p|Farfetch'd}} got away. Go deeper into the forest and you will see the said Farfetch'd. If you go up to him and press A, he will say "Kwaa!" and run off. Keep doing this until you have chased him over to the kid you talked to previously. This time his boss is with him. Talk to his boss and as thanks for finding his Pokémon he gives you {{HM|01|Cut}} Teach Cut to your Pokémon to get through the forest.
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===Violet Gym===
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[[File:Violet Gym GSC.png|thumb|Violet Gym]]
   
'''Headbutt!'''
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{{sign|RBY|header}}
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{{sign|RBY|title|VIOLET CITY<br>POKéMON GYM<br>LEADER: FALKNER}}
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{{sign|RBY|The Elegant Master<br>of Flying Pokémon}}
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{{sign|RBY|footer}}
   
You will see a guy up against a tree in the forest. Go up to him and receive {{TM|02|Headbutt}} This move enables your Pokémon to headbutt trees to find [[wild]] Pokémon. Usually these Pokémon are sleeping when you headbutt them out of the trees.
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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.
   
'''Sweet Scent'''
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{{User:KCorp4000/Gymtag
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|gym=Violet
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|badge=Zephyr
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|type=Flying
   
Once you leave the forest talk to the girl at the gate with the {{p|Butterfree}}. She will give you {{TM|12|Sweet Scent}} Use this move to attract wild Pokémon.
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|trainers={{Trainerheader|flying}}
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{{Trainerentry|Spr GS Bird Keeper.png|Bird Keeper|Abe|216|1|021|Spearow|♂|9|None}}
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{{Trainerdiv|flying}}
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{{Trainerentry|Spr GS Bird Keeper.png|Bird Keeper|Rod|168|2|016|Pidgey|♂|7|None|016|Pidgey|♂|7|None}}
  +
{{Trainerfooter|flying|I}}
   
==Route 24==
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|leader={{Party/Single|color={{flying color}}|headcolor={{flying color light}}|bordercolor={{flying color dark}}
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|sprite=Spr GS Falkner.png
  +
|prize={{PDollar}}900
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|class=Leader|name=Falkner
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|game=GSC|location=Violet Gym
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|pokemon=2}}
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{{!}}{{Pokémon/2|game=Crystal
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|ndex=016 |pokemon=Pidgey
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|type1=Normal|type2=Flying
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|level=7|gender=male
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|move1=Tackle|move1type=Normal
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|move2=Mud-Slap|move2type=Ground}}
   
Route 24 is home to the [[Pokémon Day Care Center]], as well as some [[trainers]] eager to [[battle]]. Though it is a short route there is a policeman on duty here as well. If you talk to him at night he will challenge you to a battle.
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{{!}}{{Pokémon/2|game=Crystal
  +
|ndex=017|pokemon=Pidgeotto
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|type1=Normal|type2=Flying
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|level=9|gender=male
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|move1=Tackle|move1type=Normal
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|move2=Mud-Slap|move2type=Ground
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|move3=Gust|move3type=Flying}}
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{{Party/Footer}}
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}}
   
'''Pokemon Day Care Center'''
 
   
Two people own and operate the Pokémon Day Care Center, an old man and an old woman. Talk to either one of them and they will raise your Pokémon. It costs 100 per level there. If you take your Pokémon before they gain a level you will pay 100 to get them out. In addition to raising level, you can also breed your Pokémon here to get Pokémon eggs. If you go in the pin where your Pokémon are at the daycare and talk to one of them, you will read one of three different messages depending on how compatible the two Pokémon are. If it says, "Its friendly with ---" you will get a Pokémon Egg quickly. If it says, "It shows interest in ---" then you won't get an egg as quickly. If it says, "It has no interest in ---" you will not get a Pokémon Egg. Those two Pokémon are not compatible. Another message is also seen if you try to breed Pokémon related to each other. (Brother and Sister, Mother and Son, etc.) This message reads, "Its brimming with energy." You will not get an egg if you see this message. The female Pokémon passes on the species so keep that in mind as you are breeding.
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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}}.
   
When you first arrive at the Pokémon Day Care Center, the old man will give you an Odd Egg. This egg will hatch in to one of the following baby Pokémon: Smoochum, Elekid, Cleffa, Igglybuff, Pichu, Magby, Tyrouge, or Togepi. This baby Pokémon will also know the move {{m|Dizzy Punch}}.
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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.
   
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With the Violet Gym defeated, head south to {{rt|32|Johto}}.
   
   
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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.


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