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This is a list of Pokémon obtainable from events found in the Generation II Pokémon games. These specific instances of Pokémon can only be obtained once per game; however, some may also be obtained in other ways as well.
Professor Elm sends the player on an errand with a choice of Chikorita, Cyndaquil, or Totodile.
After the player defeats Falkner, Professor Elm's aide will give the player a Togepi Egg.
This Lapras can only be found every Friday at Union Cave.
This Eevee is obtained from Bill in Goldenrod City.
This Sudowoodo is found at Route 36. It attacks the player after it is watered with a SquirtBottle.
This Shuckle is obtained from a man in Cianwood City. It can later be returned to him.
After the player defeats Kiyo in Mt. Mortar, he will give the player a Tyrogue.
This Gyarados is found at the Lake of Rage.
In the Rocket Hideout there are seven Geodude in the trap area.
In the Rocket Hideout there are seven Koffing in the trap area.
In the Rocket Hideout there are eight Voltorb in the trap area.
In the Rocket Hideout there are three Electrode in the generator room.
This Snorlax is found on the path to Diglett's Cave in Vermilion City. It will attack the player after the Poké Flute is played.
After the player encounters the Legendary beasts at the Burned Tower, Raikou will roam Johto.
After the player encounters the Legendary beasts at the Burned Tower, Entei will roam Johto.
Varies by version
The following Pokémon can either be found in all games under varying conditions, or are completely exclusive to one particular game.
In the Japanese version of Pokémon Crystal, if the player had received an event that distributed the Egg Ticket via the Mobile System GB, they could obtain an Egg Ticket from the Day-Care Man at the Pokémon Day Care, which they could exchange for the Odd Egg at the Pokémon Communication Center. In the international versions of Pokémon Crystal, the player could receive the Odd Egg from the Day-Care Man at the Pokémon Day Care.
The Egg will hatch into a Pichu, Cleffa, Igglybuff, Tyrogue, Smoochum, Elekid, or Magby that knows Dizzy Punch. In the international versions it has a 14% chance of being Shiny; in the Japanese versions, it has a 50% chance.
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.
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 at the Tin Tower to challenge the player, provided the player has the Clear Bell, which is obtained 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. The level Lugia is at varies from version to version.
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. The level Ho-Oh is at varies from version to version.
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. In the Virtual Console releases, the event is automatically triggered for both Japanese and Western releases after entering the Hall of Fame, marking it the first time Celebi is legitimately obtainable outside events, and (for overseas players) the first time the GS Ball is ever obtainable.