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Easter Egg - Secret box wallpapers and Pokemon eggs


Go to Violet City Pokemon Center. Tell the man next to the PC certain words when he asks you for your opinion. Use this website to generate these words( http://www.filb.de/games/tools/aikotoba ) . This will unlock special box wallpapers and Pokemon eggs in your game.

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Secret - Items in Rocks


If you have played Pokemon Diamond, Pearl, or Platinum, you may remember the Explorer Kit that allows you to dig for treasure and do other things underground. In Soul Silver, it's not possible but you can still get those items you found Underground.



Of course the first way to do it is to find the item somewhere in Johto or Kanto looking like a Pokeball on the ground or by finding the items hidden...somewhere.



The main way you want to do this includes destroying rocks by using the HM move Rock Smash.



When destroying a rock by using Rock Smash, there is a possibility of finding an item in the rubble or encountering a Pokemon.



Some Pokemon you may encounter would be Crabby, Geodude, Graveler, and Shuckle.



Some items you may find are usually Fossils, Shards, Revives, and items that could be sold for a lot of money...like the Rare Bone.



Some places where you will find these rocks would be the Ruins of Alph, Cliff Cave, and Victory Road.



Finally, if you didn't find anything when destroying the rocks walk out of the room and the rocks will reappear so you can try to find some items or Pokemon again.

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Secret - The Pokeflute, Snorlax, & The Missing Machine Part


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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Secret - The Plates


Do you remember the plates we found in Sinnoh I found out a way to get them to both soul silver and heart gold. After you beat the Champion you will beable to use the SS Aqua. After the first time you use it, you will be able to use again on these days: Wednesdays and Sundays from Vermilion

and Mondays and Friidays form Olivine



On these days if you talk to the Captain he ll tell you that he found something in Sinnoh region the other day and he ll give you a plate.



Hope this helped!

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Secret - Daily things to do (GO SEREBII!)


Daily Events



Swarms



Every day, if you listed to Professor Oak's Pokmon Talk radio show, you will learn of a new swarm within the regions of Johto & Kanto. These Pokmon are usually incredibly rare or non existant within the locales so this is a perfect way to obtain the Pokmon. Go to the route specified to find the Pokmon The Pokmon options are enhanced after you obtain the National Dex







Lottery - Goldenrod City



In the Goldenrod Radio Tower, you will discover aty the reception that a Lottery is going on daily. This lottery provides 5 numbers and you need to have any of your Pokmon's IDs match up to the numbers in order to win. The more numbers matched, the better the prize. The top prize is a Master Ball





Seals - Olivine City



After you have received the Seal Case for healing the Miltank in the MooMoo Farm on Route 38, you can go to a house in Olivine where this girl will give you three different Seals every day









Buena's Password - Goldenrod City



After you have received the Blue Card from Buena's Assistant, at several points through the day (2am, 5am, 8am, 11pm, 2pm, 5pm, 8pm, 11pm), Buena's Password radio show will give out a question. You then need to go to Goldenrod's Radio Tower and meet Buena and give her the answer. She will give you three choices and if you select the correct one, you will receive points that you can later exchange form prizes





Vocabulary - Route 16



In the lone house in Route 16, you will find an old man. Each day, he will provide a new word for you to add to your vocabulary.





Pokathlon Dome - Prize Counter



In the Pokathlon Dome, there is a special counter that allows you to exchange your Prize Points for a variety of items. However, the items change each day so you should keep checking back for the item you want. The items are as follows:



Monday;

Red Apricorn; 200P

Blue Apricorn; 200P

Green Apricorn; 200P

MooMoo Milk; 100P

Moonstone; 3000P

Rare Candy; 2000P

Full Restore; 500P

King's Rock; 3000P

Sun Stone; 3000P

Water Stone; 2500P

Shiny Stone; 3000P

Dusk Stone; 3000P

Tuesday

Yellow Apricorn; 200P

Pink Apricorn; 200P

White Apricorn; 200P

MooMoo Milk; 100P

Fire Stone; 3000P

PP Up; 1000P

Full Restore; 500P

Metal Coat; 2500P

WaterStone; 2500P

Water Stone; 2500P

Dusk Stone; 3000P

Dawn Stone; 3000P

Wednesday;

Blue Apricorn; 200P

Pink Apricorn; 200P

Black Apricorn; 200P

MooMoo Milk; 100P

Water Stone; 2500P

Heart Scale; 1000P

Full Restore; 500P

Dragon Scale; 2500P

ThunderStone; 2500P

Moonstone; 3000P

Shiny Stone; 3000P

DawnStone; 3000P

Thursday;

Yellow Apricorn; 200P

Pink Apricorn; 200P

White Apricorn; 200P

MooMoo Milk; 100P

ThunderStone; 2500P

PP Up; 500P

Full Restore; 500P

King's Rock; 3000P

Fire Stone; 2500P

Leaf Stone; 2500P

Shiny Stone; 3000P

Dusk Stone; 3000P

Friday;

Red Apricorn; 200P

Yellow Apricorn; 200P

Green Apricorn; 200P

MooMoo Milk; 100P

Metal Coat; 2500P

Nugget; 500P

Full Restore; 500P

Dragon Scale; 2500P

Water Stone; 2500P

SunStone; 3000P

Dusk Stone; 3000P

Dawn Stone; 3000P

Saturday;

Green Apricorn; 200P

White Apricorn; 200P

Black Apricorn; 200P

MooMoo Milk; 100P

Leaf Stone; 2500P

Rare Candy; 2000P

Full Restore; 500P

Metal Coat; 2500P

ThunderStone; 2500P

Shiny Stone; 3000P

Dusk Stone; 3000P

Dawn Stone; 3000P

Sunday;

Red Apricorn; 200P

Blue Apricorn; 200P

Black Apricorn; 200P

MooMoo Milk; 100P

King's Rock; 3000P

Heart Scale; 1000P

Full Restore; 500P

Nugget; 500P

Sun Stone; 3000P

Fire Stone; 2500P

Shiny Stone; 3000P

Dawn Stone; 3000P





Goldenrod Underground



Days: All Days



The Goldenrod Underground is unique in that it has three counters for three different shops/utilities to go in. However, these utilies are diffirent and appear on different days. They are as follows

Bargain Shop: Monday Mornings

Hairdresser - Older Brother: Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday

Hairdresser - Younger Brother: Sunday, Wednesday, Friday

Herb Shop: Saturday, Sunday



Multiple Times A Week



Bug Catching Contest



Days: Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday



On Tuesdays, Thursdays & Saturdays, if you go to the National Park, you will discover that the Bug Catching Contest is in effect. This contest allows you to capture special Bug type Pokmon and try to win by catching the best Pokmon















SS Aqua



Days: Wednesday (Vermillion to Olivine), Friday (Olivine to Vermillion)



Once you have the SS Ticket and have already been to Kanto, you will discover that the SS Aqua makes return trips between Johto & Kanto once a week from each port. The trip to Kanto and the trip to Johto both have a different batch of trainers on it.





Rival Rematch - Indigo Plateau



Days: Monday & Wednesday



After you and your rival have teamed up against Clair & Lance in the Dragon's Den, your rival will begin appearing in the Indigo Plateau. If you go up to the second floor, he will come in and challenge your. This can happen twice a week so it's good training







Once A Week



Gym Leader Rematches



At various points each week, after you have found the Gym Leaders away from the gym at other points, the gym leaders of Johto & Kanto are available to rematch. If you call them up at specific times each week, they will go to the Saffron City Fighting Dojo and remain there until you battle them















Lapras - Union Cave



Day: Friday



Every Friday, you will be able to find Lapras hidden within the Union Cave's Basement. Even if you capture it the previous week, another will appear the Friday afterwards. You need Surf to reach the Lapras so you cannot get it until after you have beaten Morty.

Lv. 20





Clefairy Dance - Mt. Moon



Day: Monday 20:00 - 23:59



Ever Monday Night, if you go up to the top of Mt. Moon, you will find a group of Clefairy dancing in the moonlight. After observing the dance for a while, they will spot you and flee. One of them will leave a Moon Stone behind for you to take





Hoenn Sound



Days: Wednesday



After obtaining the National Dex, every Wednesday, the radio show Hoenn Sound appears on the Pokmon Music channel. If you play this music while in certain areas of Kanto & Johto, Pokmon usually indigenous to the Hoenn region will start to appear in the wild













These are the things you can do daily in your SS and/or HG. All thanks to Serebii





Sinnoh Sound



Days: Thursday



After obtaining the National Dex, every Thursday, the radio show Sinnoh Sound appears on the Pokmon Music channel. If you play this music while in certain areas of Kanto & Johto, Pokmon usually indigenous to the Sinnoh region will start to appear in the wild

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Secret - Tips For Catching A Legendary


[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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Glitch - CLONING POKEMON!!


Yes!! I finally figured out a way to clone!! Okay here's what you need:



~2 DS's

~1 Pokewalker

~2 Soul Silver/Heart Gold, or 1 Soul Silver/1 Heart Gold



Here's how to clone:



~Transfer a pokemon to the Pokewalker

~When it says "Would you like to save" turn your DS off, you will have the pokemon on the Pokewalker

~You won't be able to put the cloned pokemon on the 1 DS cuz it will say something weird SOO put it on your other SS/HG source and trade it over!!



CONGRATS!! YOU JUST CLONED A POKEMON!! ENJOY THIS GLITCH!!



-Silver

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Secret - Safari Zone Extras


To be able to get this advancement you must meet Balboa in the National Park (or somewhere along the line) and he will give you his phone #. Once he gives you his number, after a while he will call you and say that the Safari Zone is open, so now you can go there . He will then give you a 'test' so that means you must catch the pokemon he wants you to catch in the Safari Zone. Once you bring this to him, he will think of a new test but he won't call you, again, for a while . Once he does call you he will tell you that you can now do the Area Customizer, which allows you to place an area in one of the 6 places. Switch one of the areas to the desert so that you can catch the pokemon he wants (Sandshrew). Catch a Sandshrew and show him it and he will then allow you to place items in the Safari Zone. These items will allow you to catch different pokemon than in tall grass but you actually catch the pokemon in tall grass. To place items in tall grass press A in any area and you can place an item of your choice . Enjoy this new advancement!!



Plains:

~Girafarig- 3 grass blocks

~Stantler- 3 grass blocks, 3 forest blocks

~Manectric- 15 grass blocks

~Shinx- 10 grass blocks

~Smeargle- 3 forest blocks

~Zigzagoon- 15 forest blocks

~Ponyta- 5 rocky blocks

~Houndoom- 10 rocky blocks

~Zangoose- 15 rocky blocks

~Lotad- 12 water blocks

~Surskit- 28 water blocks



Meadow:

~Raticate- 5 grass blocks

~Chansey- 12 grass blocks

~Skiploom- 8 forest blocks

~Nuzleaf- 28 forest blocks

~Geodude- 3 rocky blocks

~Clefairy- 3 rocky blocks

~Wooper- 3 water blocks

~Seedot- 18 grass blocks

~Nuzleaf- 18 forest blocks

~Nosepass- 18 rocky blocks

~Riolu- 10 grass blocks, 10 rocky blocks



Surfing:

~Skiploom- 3 water blocks

~Masquerain- 10 water blocks



Savannah:

~Tauros- 5 grass blocks ~Torkoal- 18 rocky blocks

~Zigzagoon- 10 grass blocks ~Rhydon- 10 rocky blocks

~Luxio- 24 grass blocks ~Azurill- 5 water blocks

~Houndour- 4 forest blocks ~Cacturne- 18 forest blocks

~Shroomish- 6 grass blocks, 18 forest blocks ~Rhyhorn- 5 rocky blocks

Peak:

~Linoone- 3 grass blocks

~Zangoose- 12 grass blocks

~Paras- 3 forest blocks

~Fearow- 5 forest blocks

~Magmar- 10 rocky blocks

~Wobbuffet- 10 rocky blocks

~Lairon- 24 rocky blocks

~Slowbro- 5 water blocks

~Bronzor- 7 rforest blocks, 18 rocky blocks

~Speal- 18 water blocks

~Vigoroth- 10 grass blocks, 19 forest blocks



Rocky Beach:

~Dodrio- 4 grass blocks

~Electrike- 10 grass blocks

~Mareep- 5 forest blocks

~Manectric- 10 forest blocks

~Budew- 18 forest blocks

~Slowbro- 3 rocky blocks

~Kingler- 8 rocky blocks

~Aron- 24 rocky blocks

~Slowbro- 5 water blocks

~Gible- 13 grass blocks, 17 rocky blocks

~Lapras- (surfing) 10 water blocks

~Corphish- (super rod) 15 water blocks



Wetland:

~Furret- 2 grass blocks ~Buizel- 18 water blocks

~Surskit- 6 grass blocks ~Shelgon- 21 rocky blocks

~Lombre- 14 grass blocks ~Corphish- (good rod) 10 water blocks

~Farfetch'd- 3 forest blocks

~Pachirisu- 8 forest blocks

~Dodou- 4 rocky blocks

~Golduck- 5 rocky blocks

~Ditto- 15 water blocks

Forest:

~Mr. Mime- 3 grass blocks

~Budew- 24 forest blocks

~Misdreavus- 4 forest blocks

~Electabuzz- 4 rocky blocks

~Lickitung- 3 water blocks

~Bidoof- 10 water blocks

~Surskit- 24 water blocks

~Shuppet- 18 forest blocks

~Beldum- 21 rocky blocks

~Bronzong- 9 forest blocks, 19 rocky blocks



Swamp:

~Parasect- 3 grass blocks

~Furret- 5 grass blocks

~Pachirisu- 10 grass blocks

~Krabby- 5 forest blocks

~Hypno- 5 forest blocks

~Weepinbell- 8 forest blocks

~Chimecho- 15 forest blocks

~Voltorb- 10 rocky blocks

~Duskull- 28 rocky blocks

~Floatzel- 10 water blocks

~Bagon- 9 forest blocks, 19 rocky blocks

~Murkrow- (surfing) 10 water blocks

~Dratini- (good rod) 10 water blocks

~Dragonair- (super rod) 20 water blocks



Marshland:

~Gloom- 2 grass blocks ~Croagunk- 21 forest blocks

~Jumpluff- 5 grass blocks ~Roselia- 25 forest blocks

~Diglett- 5 rocky blocks ~Banette- 25 rocky blocks

~Shuckle- 8 rocky blocks ~Barboach- (super rod) 4 water blocks

~Muk- 8 water blocks

~Seviper- 18 grass blocks

~Carnivine- 18 forest blocks

Wasteland:

~Manectric- 3 grass blocks

~Illumise- 10 grass blocks

~Bellsprout- 3 forest blocks

~Machoke- 5 rocky blocks

~Skorupi- 28 rocky blocks

~Golduck- 3 water blocks

~Kingler- 10 water blocks

~Medicham- 18 forest blocks

~Breloom- 21 forest blocks

~Solrock- 21 rocky blocks



Mountain:

~Magneton- 3 grass blocks

~Volbeat- 10 grass blocks

~Chingling- 10 forest blocks

~Meditite- 20 forest blocks

~Larvitar- 5 rocky blocks

~Lunatone- 15 rocky blocks

~Krabby- 3 water blocks

~Dusclops- 18 forest blocks

~Metang- 28 rocky blocks

~Sealeo- 7 rocky blocks, 17 water blocks



Desert:

~Fearow- 3 grass blocks

~Spinda- 14 grass blocks

~Marowak- 6 rocky blocks

~Fearow- 6 rocky blocks

~Hippopatas- 28 rocky blocks

~Lotad- 8 water blocks

~Carnivine- 25 grass blocks

~Cacnea- 18 forest blocks

~Vibrava- 25 forest blocks

~Trapinch- 25 rocky blocks

~Cacturne- 21 water blocks



All credit to seribii.net



-Silver

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Secret - In Game Trades


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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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 will trade you a Rhyhorn holding a Passho Berry in exchange.

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After defeating Jasmine in a rematch, you can find her in the gym except from 1 - 2 PM. She will trade you a Steelix holding Sooth Bell for ... ANY POKEMON!!!! You can trade her any of the 493 Pokemon. I'd recommend giving her a weak Pokemon or one that you don't need.



Anything --->

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Website:





-Seribii.net

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Secret - A Secret Lapras










Directions:





- Take the stairs with "F" over it.

- Take the stairs with "G" over it.

- Go down to the big body of water and "talk" to Lapras.



Lapras:





Lapras will appear every Friday in the area of that map shows it in.

It is Lv.20 and knows Body Slam, Ice Shard, Water Pulse, and Confuse Ray.



Websites:





-Bulbapedia

-psypoke.com

-seribii.net

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Secret - Free/Gift Pokemon


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



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Kenya:



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.

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Eevee:



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.

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Shuckie:



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.

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Tyrogue:



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.

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Dratini:



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.

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Squirtle:

Charmander:

Bulbasaur:



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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Mudkip:

Torchic:

Treecko:



After defeating Red and getting all 16 badges, head on over to Saffron City. Enter the Silph Co. Building. Steven Stone, Champion of the Hoenn Region, will let you pick a Stone. You have the choices of the Red Stone [Torchic], Green Stone [Treecko], and the Blue Stone [Mudkip]. Pick whatever stone [Pokemon] you want and he will give you that Pokemon.

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Notes:





- If you were wondering how to get to the Karate King at Mt.Mortar, check out this web page to see a map of the area.



http://www.psypokes.com/hgss/gamemaps.phpmap=mtmortar



- Togepi is a Gift Pokemon, but you would have to get it's egg to continue on in the story so it is not listed here



Websites:





- Seribii.net

- Bulbapedia

- psypoke.com

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