Pokemon Heart Gold Version Cheats

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Pokemon Heart Gold Version Cheats :

This page contains Pokemon Heart Gold Version cheats list for Nintendo DS version. Now we have 84 cheats in our list, which includes 9 easter eggs, 6 glitches, 69 secrets. We hope information that you'll find at this page help you in playing Pokemon Heart Gold Version on Nintendo DS platform. If you didn't find needed cheats put request or ask question about this at special section of the game. Also you can subscribe on all new cheats that we'll find for you in the future!

ShIny Leaf Guide!

by Godfrey97 Apr 02, 2010

The Shiny Leaf

The Shiny Leaf is a very rare item that your Pokmon can find. This item is not a standard item or accessory and is incredibly unique in that your Pokmon is seen with it only on it's status screen, as demonstrated in this picture. However, finding it and its use are very complicated matters.

Finding the Shiny Leaf

The Shiny Leaf is discovered by talking to your partner Pokmon while in a bit of grass. However, the areas in which your Pokmon can find the Shiny Leaf are few and far between. The location depends solely upon your Pokmon's nature and it can be one of several areas so you'll need to keep checking your Pokmon. It's not guaranteed that you shall find it even if you're in the right area. If you have found it, your Pokmon will start with an Exclamation Mark, do a dance swaying from right to left and then have a green musical note over its head. Your character then immediatelly attaches the Shiny Leaf to the Pokmon. As you get more Shiny Leaves, the likelihood of your Pokmon finding one quickly decreases

The known locations are as follows. We'll add more as we get them:

Nature Location
Hasty Routes 11, 18, 26, 39, 44
Rash Route 11, 18, 26, 39, 44
Lonely Routes 10, 16, 25, 27, 38, 43
Adamant Routes 9, 15, 22, 24, 37, 42, 46
Relaxed Routes 2, 4, 6, 28, 32, 35, 48
Lax Routes 2, 4, 6, 28, 32, 35, 48
Naive Routes 1, 3, 5, 12, 18 31, 34, 47
Impish Routes 1, 3, 5, 12, 18 31, 34, 47
Naughty Routes 1, 3, 5, 12, 18 31, 34, 47
Serious Routes 7, 8, 13, 14 33, 36, 45
Modest Routes 7, 8, 13, 14 33, 36, 45
Docile Routes 7, 8, 13, 14 33, 36, 45
Bold Routes 9, 15, 22, 24, 37, 42, 46
Hardy Routes 9, 15, 22, 24, 37, 42, 46
Timid Routes 10, 16, 25, 27, 38, 43
Bashful Routes 10, 16, 25, 27, 38, 43
Calm Routes 2, 4, 6, 28, 32, 35, 48
Brave Routes 9, 15, 22, 24, 37, 42, 46
Jolly Routes 1, 3, 5, 12, 18 31, 34, 47
Mild Route 11, 18, 26, 39, 44
Quiet Routes 7, 8, 13, 14 33, 36, 45
Gentle Routes 2, 4, 6, 28, 32, 35, 48
Sassy Routes 1, 3, 5, 12, 18 31, 34, 47
Careful Routes 7, 8, 13, 14 33, 36, 45
Quirky Route 11, 18, 26, 39, 44

The Reward

So, now you have a Shiny Leaf, what do you do The answer is simple. If you go see Lyra/Ethan in New Bark Town, she will tell you about the Shiny Leaves and state that she'd like to see you obtain 5 of them. Come back with 5 on one Pokmon, and she will reward you with a Star for your Trainer Card and convert the 5 leaves into a leaf crown for... 

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KaNto Gym Leader Rematches

by PowerOfTony Apr 05, 2010

Like the Johto gym leaders, you have to acquire their number and then schedule for a rematch. This counts as the same quality for the Kanto gym leaders.

Brock - Found in Diglett Cave everyday in the afternoon, accepts rematches on Saturday nights

Misty - Found on Route 25 every Friday night, accepts rematches on Wednesday mornings

Lt. Surge - Found outside the Power Plant everyday; at 9-11am, accepts rematches on Friday mornings

Erika - Found near the Celadon City Fountain on Sunday in the afternoon, accepts rematches on Sunday mornings

Janine (Koga's dad, which is part of the Elite Four) - Found outside the Victory Road Reception Gate every evening, accepts rematches on Mondays, daytime

Sabrina - Found near the S.S. Aqua every Friday night, accepts rematches on Sunday afternoons

Blaine - Found outside the Cinnabar Island Pokmon Center on Tuesday mornings - accepts rematches on Tuesday afternoons

Green - Show a Pokmon that has maxed happiness to Daisy Oak (his sister), after that Pokmon was massaged at least 5 times, accepts rematches on Saturday Nights


Oh, and this is my first cheat. Hope it's the best.

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HoW to beat Red (With one pokemon)

by Rhyss11 Jun 02, 2010

What you need:
Masterball x 1
revives x 10 or more
Full Restores x 10 or more

Step 1: Go in Cerulean Cave and catch Mewtwo with your Masterball.

Step 2: Train it a couple of levels

Step 3: Teach it these exact moves: Rock Slide, ThunderBolt, Strength and Psychic

Now make your way up to Red but don't fight wild Pokemon with Mewtwo unless you have enough ethers

once you reach Red, save and fight him. On his Pikachu use Psychic and that should take him out or in a few more hits.

For his Blastoise, use ThunderBolt same for his Lapras.

For his Venusaur use Psychic.

for his Charizard use Rock Slide

for his Snorlax, use basically anything

Remember! if Mewtwo faints use your revive and if your pokemon survives a hit use a full restore on him. THEN if your pokemon survives for a 3rd turn just attack you've got nothing else to do.

I beat Red with a level 73 Mewtwo and a little help from level 50s

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FrEe/Gift Pokemon

by Bramblefang May 10, 2010

Yes. FREE POKEMON! Make sure you have room in your party to pick up these Pokemon.



This isn't technically a gift Pokemon but you could still keep it for yourself. If you go to the gate north of Goldenrod City, a man in red clothes will ask you to bring his Spearow with mail attached to it to a friend on Route 31. His friend is one of the trainers you probably battled already. If you bring the Pokemon to the friend, you will give the Pokemon to the friend and get a TM in return.


When you went to Ecruteak City, you bumped into a guy named Bill [No, not Bill Gates] in the Pokemon Center. Bill was apparently the one who came up with the Pokemon Storage system with his friends. He went back home after he met you. To get a Pokemon from him, go to Goldenrod City. Search for him in one of the houses [To the West] and talk to him. He'll offer you an Eevee. Accept and it is all yours.


In one of the South-West houses of Cianwood City, a guy named Kirk is worried about his Pokemon. He is afraid that somebody will steal his Shuckle. Although you are a complete stranger, he'll offer you to look after it. It holds a Berry Juice.


In Mt.Mortar, the KArate King is training with his Pokemon. When you talk to him, he will battle with you. He has Fighting Pokemon [I believe Hitmontop, Hitmonlee, & Hitmonchop] and after you beat him, he will give you a Tyrogue.


After you have answered the questions at the Dragon's Den, you should go back near the entrance, but Clair is in the way. She will give you a TM and run off. Go back to the Elders and talk to the one who asked the questions. Depending on how "good" you answered his questions, he will give you a Dratini with a special move, Extreme Speed. If you didn't, then you get a basic Dratini.




After getting all 16 badges and defeating Red at Mt.Silver, head down to Pallet Town. Go inside Professor Oak's Lab. He will compliment for your success and will let you pick one of the 3 Kanto Starters for yours to keep.

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In Game Trades

by Bramblefang May 03, 2010

If you go inside the house near the Pokemon Center in Violet City, you can talk to a "School Kid". He will offer you an Onix holding a Persim Berry in exchange for a Bellsprout.
If you go to the 4th floor of the Golden Rod Department Store, you will find a chubby guy who is looking for a Drowzee. He will give you a Machop holding a Macho Bracelet in exchange.
When you go to Olivine City, search for two houses that are behind of the lighthouse. Go inside the left house. You will see a Fisherman who is looking for a Krabby. He will give you a Voltorb holding a Cheri Berry in exchange.
If you go inside the house that is on the far eastern part of Blackthorn City, you will find a lady looking for a Female Dragonair. She will give you a Dodrio holding a Smoke Ball in exchange.
If you go to the Pokemon Center in Pewter City, you will find a man who is looking for a Haunter. He will give you a Xatu holding a Wacan Berrry in exchange.
One of the scientists in the Power Plant in Kanto is looking for a Dugtrio. He will give you a Magneton holding a Metal Coat in return.
After getting Lt.Surge's phone number [Refer to other cheats], you can find him in the Magnet Train station in Saffron City. He is looking for none other than the Pikachu you showed him earlier. He will give you a Pikachu...a French Pikachu holding a Yellow Shard in exchange.
After getting the Hoenn Starter from Steven Stone [Again, refer to other cheats] and speaking to him in the Pewter City Museum, you can see him standing in a different location in the Silph. Co in Saffron City. He is looking for a Forretress and is offering a Beldum holding a Dawn Stone in exchange.
After you defeat Brock on Saturdays in the evening, you will find him in the entrance Diglett Cave. He will talk about Sudowoodo then Bonsly. He asks if you have one and he... 

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TiPs For Catching A Legendary

by Bramblefang Apr 26, 2010

[Stationary Legendary Pokemon Tips]

-As any other Pokemon, lower the Legendary's HP until it turns red. The lower the HP, the better chance you're going to catch the legendary.

~TM 54, False Swipe, will always leave 1 HP for the opponent [If the move would KO the opponent, it will always leave 1 HP instead.] You can buy the TM at the Goldenrod Department Store.

-Use Pokeballs to your advantage. If it is night time when you are battling the legendary, use Dusk Balls. If there has been many turns in the battle already, use a Time Ball to try to capture the Pokemon. A good Pokeball that can be used wherever is the Ultra Ball. [Most of the time it is]

-Inflict status problems upon the legendary. Poison Power, Hypnosis, Thunder Wave, and Toxic are a few of these. Poisoning or burning a Pokemon should help you catch it, but it isn't always a good idea since they damage the Pokemon every turn. You may KO it.

-Try to bring strong Pokemon to give you time to try to catch the legendary. Also, bring Pokemon that is about the same level as the legendary. This will help you bring down the legendary's HP if you somehow can't afford to use False Swipe on it.

-Bring a lot of Potions, Revives, and Pokeballs. You don't know how long it will take to catch the legendary.

-Save before you battle the legendary.

[Running Legendary Pokemon Tips]

-Certain Pokemon have abilities that prevent the Pokemon from running away. Crobat can learn Mean Look while Wobbufet has the ability Shadow Tag that prevents a Pokemon from running away.

After you do that, you should follow the rest of the tips to catch the Running "Legendary"

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by FCSNAKE Jul 21, 2010

Ok if u get 2 pokemon that are breedable example charizard(female) and a dragonair(male) with the move outrage and you put them at the daycare when you get a egg and hatch it the charmander will know outrage ,if it doesnt have keep trying until u get one with outrage, i did and i got a female with outrage, if u want to kno a specific one pm me

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ApRicorn Pokeballs

by Godfrey97 Mar 29, 2010

After you help Kurt down the Slowpoke Well he can make special Pokeballs using Apricorns. The Pokeballs, and the Apricorns needed to make them and their effect, are as follows:

WHT Apricorn = Fast Ball (Good for catching Pokemon that try to escape from battle quickly.)

RED Apricorn = Level Ball If your Pokemon's level is significantly higher than the wild
Pokemon's, it will be an easy catch.

BLU Apricorn = Lure Ball (Good for catching Water types when fishing.)

PNK Apricorn = Love Ball (If the wild Pokemon's gender is opposite that of your Pokemon's
you will have an easier catch.)

BLK Apricorn = Heavy Ball (Big enough to catch heavy Pokemon like Snorlax.)

GRN Apricorn = Friend Ball (Pokemon caught with Friend Balls will become very attached to
their trainer. Good for Chansey (if you want it to evolve into Blissey).)

YLW Apricorn = Moon Ball (Good for catching Pokemon that evolve with Moon Stones, like
Clefairy and Jigglypuff.)

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ThE Pokeflute, Snorlax, & The Missing Machine Part

by Bramblefang Mar 29, 2010

If you already got the EXPN Upgrade for your Pokegear, you already have the Pokeflute. You get it by going to Ceruleun City. Then, you must find and defeat the Rocket Grunt and he'll tell you where the missing part from the machine in the Power Plant is. Search and get it at the Celuleun Gym using the Dowsing Machine which you get from a person in Eruteak City.

After you got the Missing Machine Part, go to the Power Plant and return the part to the owner or whoever he is. He gives you a TM which teaches your Pokemon Charge Beam.

Now, go to the Radio Tower in Lavender Town. Inside is a man who looks like a Gentlemen. Talk to him and he gives you an upgrade for your Pokegear so you can listen to the radio in Kanto.

Next, go to Route 11. (The place where the Snorlax is)

Go to the Radio Section (while you are on Route 11) in the Pokegear and move the cursor to the very top of the circle....then the Pokeflute music plays. Exit out of the Pokegear with the Pokeflute music still playing. Save, then go up to the Snorlax and the battle begins.

The Snorlax as at Lv.50, has moves like Roll Out & Block, and has a chance of holding a Leftovers item...a very good item indeed. Use whatever Pokeballs you like, though the Heavy Balls are recommended. Heavy Balls are made from Blk Apricorns...and you must give them to Kurt so he can make the Heavy Ball.

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PoKe'walker Lost and Pokemon Not In PC...

by Wishmaker2000 Mar 24, 2010

If you ever happen to lose and/or break you're Poke'walker, and you think you've completely destroyed any chances of getting that Pokemon back, well think again. If you flip through your Poke'walker Game Guide you would find out that if you press a certain combo of button you can retrieve the pokemon. However there is one little catch, !YOU CANNOT USE YOUR POKE'WALKER OR ANYBODY ELSE'S POKE'WALKER EVER AGAIN ON YOUR CURRENT SAVE FILE! Because I put Suicune onto my Poke'walker, and fell asleep playing my copy of HG, it was beside of me the entire time, but when i woke up my game was in the floor and my Poke'walker was no where to be found. So I decided to wait a few days to see if it would turn up, I am still waiting... But the point is I want to use my Poke'walker again, but if I lost all hope then I would do this on the "RETURN FROM A STROLL" TITLE SCREEN", HOLD DOWN THESE THREE COMBO BUTTONS: R+DOWN+SELECT! Thanks for letting me help you and please add me as a friend! Thank You!

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by shooter2909 Apr 08, 2010

After beating the last gym in johto (dragon type), go to the dance theater. BUT, be sure to go to the pokemon center first! once to the door, your rival will bump into you, saying "I didn't think beating 5 kimono girls would be so hard...". go in, then the 5 kimono girls will be standing side-by-side (ish). you will have to beat all 5 without stopping. here are their pokemon: Umbreon lv.38, Espion lv.38, Vapreon lv.38, Jolteon lv.38, and Flareon lv.38 (its either 38 for all of them, or 39). Once you beat them, they will give you the clear bell. Then their little sister will come in and tell the kimono girls that there was a big shadow above the bell towers, then they all rush out. got to the pokemon center, then the pokemart to get some max repels. after yoiu do that, head over to the bell tower. use a max repel once in the tower. Then, just work your way to the top. BELL TOWER HINT: your goal: the top. use up ladders whenever you can. once you get to the top, the kimono girls will be waiting. go twoards the HO-OH statue, and the kimono girls will do this weird dance while some music plays. then, HO-OH will fly over the tower, like in the comercial. HO-OH will land ontop of the bell tower, and you have to go over and "talk" to it. you will then go into a battle. use your master ball. HO-OH's moves are: Sacred ash, Fire blast, Sunny day, and Extrasensory.

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by FCSNAKE Jul 21, 2010

Since ditto has low stats if you breed it with some other pokemon like a charmander, that charmander will have low ivs/evs so if u like to ev train i dont recomend breeding it with ditto breed it with other pokemon

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GyM Leader: Whitney

by cab1214 Feb 15, 2010

Whitney is the Normal-type Gym Leader of Goldenrod City. At this gym, since there aren't usually wild Fighting-type Pokemon at this point, you will want to use your strongest Pokemon here, as her Miltank is quite tough.

-Her Clefairy is Level 17, and Female. This shouldn't be much of a challenge,
-Its Ability is Cute Charm, so watch out for becoming infatuated.
-It knows DoubleSlap, Encore, Mimic, and Metronome.

-Miltank is the powerhouse of Whitney's Team. Miltank could pose a threat to your team.
-Its Ability is Scrappy, meaning that its Normal-type moves are able to damage your Ghost-type Pokemon, that is, if you own a Ghost-type Pokemon. It is also holding a Lum Berry.
-It knows Rollout, Attract, Stomp, and Milk Drink. With its combination of Attract, decrea