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Revision as of 02:29, 25 August 2010

This is the Bulbapedia walkthrough for Pokémon Gold and Silver. This walkthrough follows the original Game Boy Color version, not Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver.
The guide for those can be found here.

Mt Silver (interior)


Just inside the entrance, walk to the right to find an X Accuracy. Walk to the left in a counter-clockwise loop to grab an Escape Rope, and walk north to reach the central rock ledge. Pick up the Ultra Ball, head east, and up onto the northern rock ledge. Make a left at the T-intersection to loop around for a Max Elixer. Make a right at the T-intersection, and head north to reach the second floor.


From the entryway, surf to the left and climb the nearby waterfall. Step onto the rock ledge, and enter the small tunnel to get a Max Revive. Backtrack to the entryway, and head north onto the main rock ledge. Step down and surf to the east and up another waterfall. Enter this tunnel to obtain a Full Restore. Exit the tunnel to the main cavern, drop down the waterfall, surf back to the west, and enter the cave to the north.


Walk across the land bridge, and you'll come face-to-face with the last great challenge of the game - the former League Champion, PKMN Trainer Red. He commands the highest-leveled team in the game, ranging from level 73 to level 81. In order to take on his team, your Pokémon will need to be able to counter all of his team's types. Even with a type advantage, your team will need to be level 75 at the very least in order to stand a chance. With the right team, and a huge stock of potions, you should be able to defeat this legendary Trainer and finally become the ultimate Pokémon master!

=> Single-turn SolarBeam
=> Synthesis restores full health
=> Strengthens Charizard's attacks (when used before Charizard is KO'd)

After defeating him, Red pauses for a second, then the screen blacks out. When the "smoke clears", Red is gone.
Now the credits roll, for the second time.

Congratulations, you've finally defeated every possible opposing Trainer!
The only thing left to do (if you haven't done it yet) is to complete the Pokédex as much as possible. Pokémon Gold and Silver brought the total number of Pokémon up to 251, so get going!

← Part 27 Route 22, Route 28
Gold and Silver

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