|5th Floor, 1st Cashier||5th Floor, 2nd Cashier|
|X Attack||500||HP Up||9800|
Celadon Department Store [edit ]
They sell all sorts of things here. On the 1st Floor you ‘ll find the reception and the Elevator at the back. On the 2nd Floor you ‘ll find all the normal items for your trip, american samoa well as some TM ‘s. The 3rd Floor is filled with gamers trading Pokemon, and the man at the countertop is a Move Tutor that teaches Counter. The fourth Floor holds evolutionary stones of all kinds. The fifth Floor is the most specify of all. Expect to keep coming binding to Celadon City only to visit the fifth Floor, as it is the only authentic source of Protein, Calcium, and other items that permanently boost the stats of your Pokemon. It besides sells impermanent boosts such as X Attack, which must be used during battle, and can surely get you some victories. finally, at the rooftop you ‘ll find three vending machines and two people, including a little female child. Get a Fresh Water, a Soda Pop, and a Lemonade from the peddle machine, and give it to the little female child one at a time. She ‘ll give you TM16 Light Screen, TM20 Safeguard, and TM33 Reflect, respectively, for your drinks. Consider purchasing some extra drinks from these machines for the road ahead, as they are a lot cheaper and heal more than the Super Potions you ‘ve been using in the past .
Celadon Mansion [edit ]
There is a huge construction to the right of the department shop that ‘s closely empty inwardly. Talk to the old lady who ‘s surrounded by Pokémon on the inaugural floor. She ‘ll give you the Tea, which you can give to any one of the Saffron City guards so they can let you through. You ‘ll besides find the crippled ‘s programmers in this build up, one of which will tell you to return after getting all the Pokémon. He ‘ll give you a diploma for catching all the Pokémon. now leave the sign of the zodiac, and go in through the back doorway. Go all the way to the rooftop, where you ‘ll find a small build. Inside you ‘ll find a person and a Poké Ball on the table. Pick it up ; it ‘s an Eevee !
|#133 Eevee||#134 Vaporeon|
|Eevee within the mansion. Eevee may not appear much at first, but it holds great potential within.
In Fire Red and Leaf Green, using a particular Evolution Stone will evolve Eevee into one of three great Pokemon that can fill a lot needed spots in your lineup. Remember that there is only one Eevee in the game, so choose well !
|Water Stone on Eevee, he will evolve into Vaporeon. At this point in the game, Water Pokemon are scarce indeed, and Vaporeon can easily fill this spot for the rest of the game.
Vaporeon sports firm HP and Sp. Def stats, but will need good TM ‘s ( and finally HM Surf ) to earn his keep until it can learn Aurora Beam at Level 36. Vaporeon is a capital Pokemon, however some players prefer to choose a unlike Eevee evolution, since late in the report, Lapras, a great Water/Ice Pokemon will besides be available .
|#135 Jolteon||#136 Flareon|
|Thunder Stone on Eevee, he will evolve into Jolteon. Jolteon is easily one of the strongest Electric Pokemon in the game, with great Sp. Atk and Speed stats.
If you choose to obtain Jolteon, wait to evolve him when Eevee reaches level 30, so it can learn Bite from leveling up, and Double Kick from development. unfortunately, unlike Pikachu, Jolteon will not learn an Electric move on its own until level 52, so you will have to teach it some TM ‘s, like Shock Wave or Thunderbolt .
|Fire Stone on Eevee, he will evolve into Flareon. Flareon is a good Fire Pokemon, holding great Atk and Sp. Def. stats.
At this point in the plot, the only Fire Pokemon available in the crazy, are Growlithe ( in Fire Red ) and Vulpix ( in Leaf Green ). Consider raising a Flareon if you are playing Leaf Green, or are not bequeath wait for Growlithe to grow 20 Levels before it can get decent moves. Flareon will learn Fire Spin at Level 36, but you should besides teach it Flamethrower by TM .
Game Corner [edit ]
now go to the Game Corner, a place full of slot machines and people on them. This is Team Rocket ‘s revel, where you can win or buy coins in rate to trade them for Pokémon, TM ‘s and other items in the build to the good of the Game Corner. At the crown of the Game Corner, conflict the Rocket member and then push the push button on the poster. A stairway leading to the basement will appear. See Rocket Hideout for the walkthrough .
|1||Grunt||Raticate 20||Zubat 20||640|
Playing the Slots [edit ]
|Smoke Ball||800 C|
|Miracle Seed||1000 C|
|Mystic Water||1000 C|
|Yellow Flute||1600 C|
|TM 13 Ice Beam||4000 C|
|TM 23 Iron Tail||3500 C|
|TM 24 Thunderbolt||4000 C|
|TM 30 Shadow Ball||4500 C|
|TM 35 Flamethrower||4000 C|
|Abra||180 C||Abra||120 C|
|Clefairy||500 C||Clefairy||750 C|
|Dratini||2800 C||Dratini||4600 C|
|Porygon||9999 C||Porygon||6500 C|
|Scyther||5500 C||Pinsir||2500 C|
The restaurant south of the Game Corner has a man who ‘ll give you a Coin Case to carry your Game Corner coins. If you use your Item Finder inside the Game Corner, you ‘ll find a long ton of coins fair lying about on the floor ! talk to the players inside ampere well, and they might barely gift you with some coins excessively. The Items and TM ‘s here are unique, and can not be found anywhere else in the game. While most of the Pokemon here are available subsequently in the game, this place will besides provide you the find to get them now, if you are will to pay for them.
The easiest way to get coins so you can get your hands on those fantastic items, TM ‘s and Pokemon is to buy them. 50 Coins are 1000, and 500 Coins are 10,000. This means, however, that you can easily blow your entire savings in buying equitable a couple of TM ‘s, so be careful. You can always play the games and try your luck ! In the center of the board there is an previous man playing the slots. In his row, the circus tent two machines appear to offer better odds than any other machine in the room. If you are uncoerced to risk your hard gain coins, these are the machines to use. The proficiency to follow is this : Choose a machine. Gamble the maximum amount, and hit the release twice in quick succession. If you are lucky, you ‘ll get two “ 7 ” second in a quarrel. Look at the third bobbin and try to predict the future “ 7 ”. With some practice, you should be able to hit it with some regularity, and get 300 coins a pop. Change machines immediately after getting trio “ 7 ” second, and reprise. Good luck, and remember, SAVE every time before you try this out!
|#127 Pinsir||#123 Scyther|
|Pinsir, exclusive for LeafGreen, is one of the few saturated Bug Pokemon in the game. Pinsir is not sternly expensive to purchase correct now, but you may choose to wait and catch it at the Safari Zone. Pinsir is arguably the strongest of the neat Bug-type Pokémon. This is authoritative since Bug is one of two types that are good against Psychic Pokémon, a normally used type among the Elite Four. Its techniques are a little chancy as it obtains no Bug moves in this generation. Guillotine can K.O. in one blastoff, but only about 30 % of the meter, and Seismic Toss just does damage equal to its floor .||Scyther, an exclusive for FireRed, is a part Bug/Flying Pokemon, an unfortunate mix that leaves it vulnerable to six unlike attack types. however, it ‘s quick. hardy, and strong on the attack, and it ‘ll fare about arsenic well versus Psychic Pokémon as Pinsir. Its weaknesses make it a little bad to use under convention circumstances, but it surely looks cool. Scyther may be excessively expensive to purchase right now, so it ‘s better to wait for the Safari Zone to get your hands on it .|
|#147 Dratini||#137 Porygon|
|The Dratini syndicate are the only Dragon-type Pokémon in the original game. You can purchase it here for a brawny sum of coins, or you can wait for the Safari Zone and get it for rid. As types go, the Dragon type is uniquely knock-down, in that it has partial derivative immunity to Fire, Water, Electric, and Grass, and is watery entirely to Ice and Dragon itself. Be warned though, while its final form Dragonite, is a power station, its previous forms Dratini and Dragonair, have mediocre stats, and lack a good moveset. Dratini evolves into Dragonair at level 30, and Dragonite at horizontal surface 55 .||Porygon, is quite an singular Pokemon, with a moveset that allows Porygon capital versatility. conversion will change Porygon ‘s typeset to one of its own moves ( frankincense it ‘s always capable of STAB ), while Conversion 2 changes Porygon to a type that is insubordinate to its opposition. In addition, Recycle regenerates held items that have been consumed ( such as Berries ), and Recover will heal it for 1/2 HP. unfortunately Porygon ‘s stats are quite average all around, making its use quite a gamble. Porygon is unavailable anywhere else in the game, therefore if you very aim to finish that Pokedex, you ‘ll have to shell out those coins .|
other Stuff [edit ]
There is an erstwhile serviceman to the leave of the Game Corner, and can be reached only by surfing across the body of water. He ‘s a Move Tutor, and can teach your Pokémon Softboiled. While you ‘re in town, you can pick up HM02 Fly early. Head west to Route 16, use Cut on the little tree, and go through, continuing west. Stay to the bottom if you do n’t want to be challenged by the copulate, who will dual-battle you with a level 29 Rapidash and a level 29 Ninetales. Continue left until you arrive to a small house, and the daughter within will grant you the HM !
Gym Battle [edit ]
After beating Giovanni inside the Game Corner hideout, read/write head to the gymnasium by cutting the tree. here you will battle Erika and other trainers. Erika is the trainer in the middle between the two trainers inside the enclosed area .
|1||Tamia||Bellsprout 24||Bellsprout 24||1728|
|2||Kay||Bellsprout 23||Weepinbell 23||368|
|3||Bridget||Oddish 21||Oddish 21||Bellsprout 21||Bellsprout 21||1512|
|4||Tina||Bulbasaur 24||Ivysaur 24||480|
|5||Mary||Bellsprout 22||Oddish 22||Weepinbell 22||Gloom 22||Ivysaur 22||729|
|7||Lisa||Oddish 23||Gloom 23||368|
leader [edit ]
Fire and Flying are both extremely effective against Grass. Charmeleon or Pidgeotto will make quick work of Erika, specially if you picked up Fly ahead. Vileplume knows both Poison and Stun powder, so respond in kind by stocking Antidotes and Parlyz Heals .
|Erika||Victreebel 29||Tangela 24||Vileplume 29||2900|
Beating Erika will grant you the Rainbow Badge, which will allow you to use Strength outside of struggle, and all Pokemon up to Level 50 will obey without wonder. additionally, Erika will gift you TM19 Giga Drain !
Items [edit ]
- TM16 (Light Screen) (Given to you by a girl atop of Celadon Department Store in exchange for a Fresh Water)
- TM20 (Safeguard) (Given to you by a girl atop of Celadon Department Store in exchange for a Soda Pop)
- TM33 (Reflect) (Given to you by a girl atop of Celadon Department Store in exchange for a Lemonade)
- Eevee (in Celadon Mansion’s roof, accessible through its back door)
- Tea (Given to you at the Celadon Mansion’s 1F)
- Coin Case (Given to you by a man in the restaurant)
- Ether (In the path next to the Pokémon Center in the city’s northwest corner)
- PP Up (Hidden in the northeast, past a cuttable tree, east of the Rocket Game Corner)
- 10 coins (Hidden near the northwest of the entrance of the Game Corner, below the machines)
- 10 coins (Hidden near the northeast of the entrance of the Game Corner, below the machines)
- 10 Coins (Hidden in the west aisle of the Game Corner, found a step behind where the woman is sitting)
- 20 Coins (Hidden in the southwest corner of the Game Corner, found on the ground near the end of the left aisle)
- 10 Coins (Hidden in the middle aisle of the Game Corner, directly behind where the elderly man is sitting)
- 20 Coins (Hidden near the middle aisle of the Game Corner, around the ground near the top left seat)
- 10 Coins (Hidden near the northwest corner of the Game Corner, found around the left side of the counter)
- 10 Coins (Hidden near the right side of the counter in the Game Corner)
- 10 Coins (Hidden near the northeast corner of the Game Corner, on the ground in front of the wall separating the stairs)
- 40 Coins (Hidden near the northeast corner of the Game Corner, on the ground between the wall separating the stairs and a slot machine)
- 100 Coins (Hidden near the southeast corner of the Game Corner, a step away from the Printer)
- TM19 (Giga Drain) (Given to you by the gym leader Erika after defeating them)