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Pokedex

Quick Guide to reading Pokedex

Pokémon's Picture(They came from Growlithe's Pokémon Homelands.)

#Pokémon's number Pokémon's name

  • Pokémon's type
  • Info
  • Evoulution (If this is a Pokémon that doesn't evolve it will say NONE.)
  • Where you catch the pokémon
  • Strategy

    Now that you know how to read the Pokédex,go and find your Pokémon!

    •#1 Bulbasaur

  • Plant and Poison
  • The bulb on Bulbasaur's back was planted on it at birth. The bulb grows with the Pokémon. Bulbasaur looks like cyan-blue frog with navy blue spots. Has red eyes, and a green bulb on the back. It's able to stand on it's hind legs, but normally walks around one all four legs.By the way; This may be just in my cartridge, but I noticed that when I battled Erica(the gym leader) with Bulbasaur, all her pokémon kept on using poison powder. E-mail me if you noticed the same thing.
  • Bulbasaur evolves into Ivysaur at level 16; Then it evolves again at level 32 into a Venusaur.
  • Bulbasaur can only be found in Proffesor Oak's lab.
  • Bulbasaur might be good to battle against poison pokémon, since it can't be poisoned. Another good idea would be to send out Bulbasaur when battling rock, ground, water, electric, and ice pokémon. Bulbasaur is vulnerable to bug, bird, and fire pokémon.

    •#2 Ivysaur

  • Plant and Poison
  • The bulb has changed into a bud, and Ivysaur loses it's ability to stand on it's legs as the bud develops.
  • Ivysaur evolves into Venusaur at level 32.
  • A Bulbasaur MUST be evolved in order to add it to your pokedex.
  • Ivysaur is good against Poison, Ground, Rock, Electric, Ice and Water Pokémon. Don't use Ivysaur when your opponet is using a bird, bug, or fire pokémon.

    •#3 Venusaur

  • Plant and Poison
  • The bud is now a beautiful flower, and all Venusaur constantly move around, searching for sunlight for the flower. Venusaur.. looks much more tougher then any of it's evoulution.
  • NONE
  • You must train an Ivysaur until it grows to level 32.
  • Venusaur has the same advantages as Ivysaur and Bulbasaur.

    •#4 Charmander

  • Fire
  • Looks like a lizard that walks on two legs. The eyes are a beautiful shade of blue, and the trainer must make sure the flame on Charmander's tail never goes out; If it went out, Charmander could die.
  • Evolves into Charmeleon at level 16, and evolves again at level 36.
  • Found in Prof. Oak's lab.
  • Very good against ice, plant, and bugs. Beware of water, ground, and rock pokémon.

    •#5 Charmeleon

  • Fire
  • Looks like a red lizard, and that's the only difference in between this Pokémon and Charmander..
  • Evolves into Charizard at level 36!
  • You have to train a Charmander until it grows to level 16.
  • Very good against ice, plant, and bugs. Beware of water, ground, and rock pokémon.

    •#6 Charizard

  • Fire and Flying.
  • Orange, very similiar to Charmeleon, but two wings are added during evoulution!
  • NONE
  • You have to train a Charmeleon until it grows to level 36.
  • Very good against ice, plant, and bugs. Beware of water, ground, and rock pokémon. Also: Now that Charizard is a flying type, you may not want to battle it against electric pokémon(electric types beat bird-types.).

    •#7 Squirtle

  • Water
  • A "Tiny Turtle" Pokémon, that's blue in color, and has brown eyes. It uses it's water attacks by squirting water out of it's mouth.
  • Evolves into a Wartortle at level 16, and again at level 36!
  • You catch it at Prof. Oak's lab!
  • Has an advantage in battle against fire, ground, and rock types. Don't use it against plant and electric types.

    •#8 Wartortle

  • Water
  • Squirtle grows claws, becomes a dark purple, ears grow on the side of the head...
  • Evolves into a Blastiose at LV 36.
  • You MUST evolve a Squirtle.
  • Has an advantage in battle against fire, ground, and rock types. Don't use it against plant and electric types.

    •#9 Blastiose

  • Water
  • Wartortle suddenly grows water pumps on each side of it's head. Also, it grows claws that are like, an inch long!
  • NONE
  • You have to evolve a Wartortle.
  • Has an advantage in battle against fire, ground, and rock types. Don't use it against plant and electric types.

    •#10 Caterpie

  • Bug
  • Caterpie.. Is very similiar to a real Caterpillar. The only attacks it learns are Tackle and String shot..
  • Evolve at level 6, then at level 10 again.
  • Viridian forest(More common in Blue version), and in Cerulean City(You need blue version to find this Pokémon there.)
  • Great against plant pokémon.. But avoid fire-types.

    •#11 Metapod

  • Bug
  • A green cocoon, with yellow, round, eyes on each side.
  • Evolves at level ten!
  • Viridian Forest(More Common in blue version), and in Cerulean City(You need blue version to find Metapod there.)
  • It's great against plant pokémon.. But avoid fire-types.

    •#12 Butterfree

  • Bug and Flying
  • A huge butterfly! It's a great advantage! It knows psychic attacks, which are very useful!
  • NONE
  • You must evolve a Metapod until it evolves at level 10.
  • Everything that is weak to psychic attacks. Also grass types. Avoid fire-types.

    •#13 Weedle

  • Poison and bug
  • A caterpillar with a round red nose, and a horn on the head.
  • Evolves at level 6, then at level 10.
  • Found in Viridian Forest(More Common in Red version) and Cerulean City(Need Red version to find it here.)
  • Good against grass types.. But avoid fire-types.

    •#14 Kakuna

  • Poison and bug
  • A yellow cocoon, with black eyes.
  • Evolves at level 10 into a Beedrill!
  • Found in Viridian Forest(More Common in red version), and in Cerulean City(Need Red version to find it here.)
  • Good against grass types.. But avoid fire types.

    •#15 Beedrill

  • Bug and Poison
  • A bee-like pokémon, with stingers on the first forelegs.
  • NONE
  • Must evolve a Kakuna
  • Good against grass types, psychic types! But stay away from fire pokémon.

    •#16 Pidgey

  • Flying and normal
  • A bird pokémon, and looks sort of like a pidgeon.
  • Pidgeotto at level 18, and Pidgeot and level 36!
  • Pallet town, Viridian City, Cearulean City, Vermillion City, Celadon City, and Lavender Town!
  • Good against Grass, fighting, and Bug pokémon. Stay away from ghosts, rocks, and electric pokémon.

    •#17 Pidgeotto

  • Flying and normal
  • A bird pokémon, with a red crest. Don't let it learn Whirlwind. The attack has NO effect in trainer battles, and only blows wild pokémon away.
  • Evolves into Pidgeot at level 36!!
  • Below Pallet town.
  • Good against Grass, fighting, and Bug pokémon. Stay away from ghosts, rocks, and electric pokémon.

    •#18 Pidgeot

  • Flying and normal
  • A bird pokémon, with a yellow and red crest.
  • NONE
  • You must evolve a Pidgeotto
  • Good against Grass, fighting, and Bug pokémon. Stay away from ghosts, rocks, and electric pokémon.

    •#19 Rattata

  • Normal
  • A purple rat with white cheeks, stomach, and feet. One trainer in the game says "Rattata may be small, but it has a nasty bite!"
  • Evolves into Raticate at level 20!
  • Pallet town, Viridian City, and Cerulean City.
  • Good against no particular type. But stay away from ghost and rock pokémon!

    •#20 Raticate

  • Normal
  • A brown, furry rat. Let it learn Hyper Fang and Super Fang! Those attacks are awesome!
  • NONE
  • Pallet town, and that route east of Fuscia city.
  • Good against no particular type. But stay away from ghost and rock pokémon!

    •#21 Spearow

  • Normal and flying
  • A bird, with red wings, a brown head, black back, white stomach and brown tail feathers. Ever noticed how the TV show makes Spearow's seem tougher? The game shows why. Instead of gust, sand-attack, quick attack, and whirlwind, Spearow's first four attacks are Peck, growl, leer, and fury attack!
  • Evolves into Fearow at level 20.
  • Pokémon league, Viridian City, and Pewter City.
  • Good against Grass, fighting, and Bug pokémon. Stay away from ghosts, rocks, and electric pokémon.

    •#22 Fearow

  • Normal and Flying
  • A bird, with a red crest, brown wings, red body, and white tail.
  • NONE
  • Pokémon League
  • Good against Grass, fighting, and Bug pokémon. Stay away from ghosts, rocks, and electric pokémon.

    •#23 Ekans

  • Poison
  • A purple snake, with yellow eyes, stripes, stomach, and rattle(It has a rattle at the end of it's tail, like a rattle snake.).
  • Arbok at level 22.
  • Cerulean City, Vermillion City, and Pokémon League.(You need red version to capture Ekans.)
  • Good against grass, bug, but stay away from poison, ground, and ghost pokémon.

    •#24 Arbok

  • Poison
  • A purple codra, with red, black, and yellow markings on it's stomach.
  • NONE
  • Unknown dungeon, and Pokémon league.(You need Red version to capture Arbok.)
  • Good against grass, bug, but stay away from poison, ground, and ghost pokémon.

    •#25 Pikachu

  • Electric
  • A yellow rabbit, with four stripes on the back, black-tipped ears, a tail that looks like a lightning bolt, which starts at a brown tint, but becomes yellow. Has black eyes, and red cheeks. Pikachu may be the most popular pokémon there is!
  • Evolves into a Raichu with a Thunder Stone.
  • Viridian Forest(You may be searching for a while before you find one), and the Power Plant.
  • Good against Water and flying types. But Pikachu is powerless when it battles a rock, or ground pokémon. It also is vulnerable to plant and other electric pokémon.

    •#26 Raichu

  • Electric
  • A yellow mouse, with two brown stripes on it's back. It's paws are brown, it has yellow cheeks, and brown ears that are mouse like. It has a tail that is like, attached by a string like thing. The tail at the end of the string is shaped like a thunder bolt. The tail is used as a ground, so Raichu won't be shocked by it's own electricity.
  • NONE
  • Power Plant, and Unknown Dungeon.
  • Good against Water and flying types. But Raichu is powerless when it battles a rock, or ground pokémon. It also is vulnerable to plant and other electric pokémon.

    •#27 Sandshrew

  • Ground
  • A mouse that has a yellow shell, and a white stomach. Did you know that Sandshrew learns no ground attacks? Just normal attacks and one poison attack.
  • Evolves at level 22
  • Cerulean city, Vermillion city, and pokémon league.
  • Good against electric, fire, poison, and rock pokémon. Disadvantages: Plant, flying, and bug pokémon.

    •#28 Sandslash

  • Ground
  • A porcupine, with brown spikes and yellow body. The claws(Why do you think they named it Sandslash?) are white.
  • NONE
  • Pokémon league and Unknown Dungeon.
  • Good against electric, fire, poison, and rock pokémon. Disadvantages: Plant, flying, and bug pokémon.

    •#29 Nidoran(Female)

  • Poison
  • A blue mouse-like pokémon, with spikes going down the back and a horn on it's head. Two whiskers; One red eye; and blue spots on the hind legs. The horn on the female nidoran's head is smaller then the one on the male nidoran's head, but is not any less venomous.
  • Evolves into Nidorina at level 16.
  • Viridian city, and Fuschia city.(The female nidoran is more common in the Blue version.)
  • Good against grass and bug pokémon. Not good against rock, ghost, ground, and poison pokémon.

    •#30 Nidorina

  • Poison
  • A bigger version of the female Nidoran.
  • Evolves into Nidoqueen when you use the moon stone.
  • Fuschia city(More common in the blue version.)
  • Good against grass and bug pokémon. Not good against rock, ghost, ground, and poison pokémon.

    •#31 Nidoqueen

  • Poison and ground
  • You may notice that Nidoqueen has armor-like things on it's skin, grows larger, but pretty much everything else is the same as Nidorina. If you choose to evolve Nidorina before level 23, it'll learn Body Slam! But it's a better idea to evolve it at level 50(Because by then, it's learned tail whip, bite, fury swipes, and double kick!)
  • NONE
  • You must evolve a Nidorina
  • Good against grass and bug pokémon. Not good against rock, ghost, ground, and poison pokémon.

    •#32 Nidoran (Male)

  • Poison
  • A purple mouse with larger spikes then the female Nidoran, and a larger horn.
  • Evolves into Nidorino at level 16.
  • Viridian city, and Fuschia city.(The male nidoran is more common in the Red version.)
  • Good against grass and bug pokémon. Not good against rock, ghost, ground, and poison pokémon.

    •#33 Nidorino

  • Poison
  • A larger version of the male Nidoran.
  • Evolves into Nidoking when you use the Moon stone on it.
  • Fuschia City.
  • Good against grass and bug pokémon. Not good against rock, ghost, ground, and poison pokémon.

    •#34 Nidoking

  • Poison and Ground
  • Nidorino grows LOTS or armor. If you evolve it before level 23, it'll lean Thrash in the Nidoking stage! But it's a better idea to evolve Nidorino after it's grown to level 50(Because by then it's learned focus energy, fury attack, horn drill, and double kick.)
  • NONE
  • You must evolve a Nidorino to capture Nidoking.
  • Good against grass and bug pokémon. Not good against rock, ghost, ground, and poison pokémon.

    •#35 Clefairy

  • Normal
  • A pink, round, pokémon. Has small ovals on the face, and is always smiling. Has little things that look like fairy wings on the back. There's a tuft of hair at the head, and two ears tipped with black. You might not want to evolve Clefairy the second you get it, because later, after it's been trained for a while, it will learn a powerful attack called "Metronome." Metronome allows the pokémon that uses it to use ANY attack. You aren't able to choose it, unfortunately, so you might end up using an attack like "growl" or something Clefairy all ready knows. On the other hand, when your Clefairy uses an attack like Hyper Beam or Fire spin, you'll be glad you didn't evolve it.
  • Evolves into Clefable if you give it a Moon stone.
  • Mt. Moon and at the Celadon City Coin Exchange.
  • No advantages(Except when it uses Metronome). However, don't use Clefairy when battling Ghost or rock pokémon.

    •#36 Clefable

  • Normal
  • A pink, rectangular pokémon. No ovals. The fairy wings have turned into spike-like things..
  • NONE
  • You must evolve a Clefairy.
  • No advantages(Except when it uses Metronome). However, don't use Clefable when battling Ghost or rock pokémon.

    •#37 Vulpix

  • Fire
  • A fox like pokémon. Vulpix starts with one tail, but the end splits, until Vulpix has six tails.
  • Evolve Vulpix by using the Fire Stone.
  • Celadon city, and Cinnabar island(You need Blue version to capture Vulpix.).
  • Good against bug, grass, and ice. It's not good against other fire pokémon, water, rock, and dragon pokémon.

    •#38 Ninetales

  • Fire
  • A larger Vulpix. Has nine tails and grows yellow fur. One thing to take note of is the name. It says "Tales," not "Tails." What is that supposed to mean?
  • NONE
  • You must evolve a Vulpix.
  • Good against bug, grass, and ice. It's not good against other fire pokémon, water, rock, and dragon pokémon.

    •#39 Jigglypuff

  • Normal
  • A round, pink, pokémon. When it's two blue eyes light up, Jigglypuff sings a soothing song.. It has two small arms, and feet.
  • Evolves into a Wigglytuff with a moon stone!
  • The route before Mt. Moon.
  • Has a weakness to rock pokémon, and has no advantages.

    •#40 Wigglytuff

  • Normal
  • A rectangular, pink, pokémon. The tuft on it's head is pushed up, and the ears grow larger. Wigglytuff is my favorite pokémon! It's so cute and has a nice name! I remember in my first game, when I was battling the Elite Four.. I remember Wigglytuff was out, Lance's dragons had knocked out all my other pokémon.. I remember trying to decide what move to use.. Seismic Toss(A TM move)? Psychic(A TM)? Strength(An HM)? Sing(She learned that on her own)? I defeated his Dragonair with Seismic Toss, and this is all I can remember. Wigglytuff also puts up a good fight in the Unknown Dungeon when you try to capture it.. Well, I've typed way too much.
  • NONE
  • You must evolve a Jigglypuff.
  • Has a weakness to rock pokémon, and has no advantages.

    •#41 Zubat

  • Poison and flying
  • A blue bat with NO eyes! Be careful when trying to capture one over level 10; at level 10 Zubat learns an attack called "Supersonic!" Supersonic confuses the opponet into hurting itself! You could tell your pokémon to do an attack and it could hurt itself!!
  • Evolves at level 22 into Golbat.
  • Found in Mt. Moon, Rock Tunnel, Sea Foam Islands, and Victory Road.
  • Good against bug, grass, and fighting types. Bad against electric, rock, poison, ground, and ghosts.

    •#42 Golbat

  • Poison and Flying
  • A huge blue bat with eyes! It has a huge mouth that takes up, like, a third of it's body or something!!
  • NONE
  • Unknown Dungeon, Sea Foam Islands, and Victory Road.
  • Good against bug, grass, and fighting types. Bad against electric, rock, poison, ground, and ghosts.

    •#43 Oddish

  • Poison and grass
  • Has a round blue body, red eyes, two legs, no arms, and five leaves for hair.
  • Evolves into Gloom at level 21, then into Vileplume when given a Leaf Stone.
  • Found in Vermillion City, Celadon city, Cerulean City, and around Fuschia city.(You need red version to capture Oddish)
  • Oddish shouldn't be used when your opponet uses a bird, poison, and ghost pokémon. It's okay to use it against grass, water, electric, ground, rock, and bug types.

    •#44 Gloom

  • Poison and grass
  • The leaves on the head are replaced with the beginning of a flower.
  • Evolves in to Vileplume when you give it a leaf stone!
  • Next to Fuschia city.(You need Red version to capture Gloom)
  • Gloom shouldn't be used when your opponet uses a bird, poison, and ghost pokémon. It's okay to use it against grass, water, electric, ground, rock, and bug types.

    •#45 Vileplume

  • Poison and grass
  • There's flowers on this pokémon's head! The larger the flowers, the harder it is for Vileplume to hold it's head up.
  • NONE
  • YOu must evolve a Gloom.
  • Vileplume shouldn't be used when your opponet uses a bird, poison, and ghost pokémon. It's okay to use it against grass, water, electric, ground, rock, and bug types.

    •#46 Paras

  • Bug and grass
  • A bug with two small mushrooms on it's back. Did you know that the mushrooms are parasites? That's where the name comes from(Parasite).
  • Evolves into Parasect at level 24.
  • Found in Mt. Moon and Fuschia City.
  • Good against grass, water, psychic, ground, and rock types. NOT good against fire, poison, flying, fighting, ghost and dragon types.

    •#47 Parasect

  • Bug and grass
  • A bug with one huge mushroom on it's back. The mushroom is larger then it's host!! Parasect prefer wet, damp, places.
  • NONE
  • Found in the Unknown Dungeon and Fuschia City.
  • Good against grass, water, psychic, ground, and rock types. NOT good against fire, poison, flying, fighting, ghost and dragon types.

    •#48 Venonat

  • Bug and poison
  • A purple nat. Venonat is the only bug pokémon that evolves that doesn't need to evolve to learn attacks.
  • Evolves into Venomoth at level 31.
  • Found next to Fuschia city and in Fuschia City.
  • Bad against poison, fire, ghost, fighting, flying, ground, and rock pokémon. Good against plant, psychic, and other bug pokémon.

    •#49 Venomoth

  • Bug and poison
  • Looks like a moth. At level 38, it learns Psybeam! And at level 50, it learns Psychic attack!
  • NONE
  • Found in Fuschia City and the Unknown Dungeon
  • Bad against poison, fire, ghost, fighting, flying, ground, and rock pokémon. Good against plant, psychic, and other bug pokémon.

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