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Where is Pallet Town HeartGold?

Where is Pallet Town HeartGold?

southwestern Kanto
Pallet Town (Japanese: マサラタウン Masara Town) is a small town located in southwestern Kanto. It is the hometown of the player and their rival in the Kanto-based games.

Where do you find Blaine in silver?

Blaine relocated his Gym to the Seafoam Islands, and remains there a whole year after the volcanic eruption back on Cinnabar. He plans to rebuild his Gym one day. He is able to be battled again in Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver, after collecting his number at any time on Tuesday. He is found on Cinnabar Island.

How to get to Pallet Town in SoulSilver?

first you have to go yo lavender town and get the pokegear attachment by which you can use the pokeflute on the pokegear radio. then go to vermillion city and wake up the snorlax and catch or beat it then go by the diglet cave to get to pewter and go backwards to get to the rest.

Where do you get the radio card in Pokemon soul silver?

You have to find the machine part for the power plant then go to lavender town and go inside the radio tower then talk to the old guy and he gives u the kanto radio card….then go to vermelion city and play the pokemon lullaby on your your pokegear close to digglets cave and snorlax wakes up and go thru the cave to pallet town

How do you get to Pewter City in SoulSilver?

Please log in or register to answer this question. You need to go to Pewter city via Digglet cave using the pokeflute that you get from the Radio tower of the Kanto region to wake up the Snorlax that is sleeping in front of the cave front.

first you have to go yo lavender town and get the pokegear attachment by which you can use the pokeflute on the pokegear radio. then go to vermillion city and wake up the snorlax and catch or beat it then go by the diglet cave to get to pewter and go backwards to get to the rest.

Please log in or register to answer this question. You need to go to Pewter city via Digglet cave using the pokeflute that you get from the Radio tower of the Kanto region to wake up the Snorlax that is sleeping in front of the cave front.

You have to find the machine part for the power plant then go to lavender town and go inside the radio tower then talk to the old guy and he gives u the kanto radio card….then go to vermelion city and play the pokemon lullaby on your your pokegear close to digglets cave and snorlax wakes up and go thru the cave to pallet town

Where are pewter, Viridian City and Pallet Town?

You will come out on the west side of Kanto and can access Pewter City, Viridian City, Pallet Town, Cinnabar Island, and Seafoam Island You’re browsing GameFAQs Q&A as a guest.

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Pallet Town

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Pallet Town (Japanese: マサラタウンMasara Town) is a small town located in southwestern Kanto. It is the hometown of the player and their rival in the Kanto-based games. In other games, it is specifically the hometown of Red and Blue. In the anime, it is the hometown of Ash and Gary. Professor Oak's Laboratory, where the famous Professor Oak conducts his research, is located in the town.

The town has two exits. To the north is Route 1, leading to Viridian City. To the south is Route 21, a water route leading to Cinnabar Island.

Slogan

Generations I and III

Shades of your journey await! (Japanese: マサラは まっしろ はじまりのいろMasara is the color of pure-white beginnings.)

Generation II

A Tranquil Setting of Peace and Purity (Japanese: マサラは まっしろ けがれなき いろMasara is colored with pure white.)

Generation IV

A Pure White Beginning (Japanese: まっしろ はじまりの いろThe color of pure-white beginnings.)

Generation VII

Shades of Your Journey Await! (Japanese: マサラは まっしろ はじまりのいろMasara is the color of pure-white beginnings.)

Places of interest

Professor Oak's Lab

Main article: Professor Oak's Laboratory
Inside the lab in HeartGold and SoulSilver

In the southeast corner of town is Professor Oak's Lab. Here, Pokémon Trainers just beginning their quest are given the choice to receive either a Bulbasaur, Charmander, or Squirtle from Professor Oak. On the occasion that Professor Oak is out of the previously listed Pokémon, he has been seen to hand out Pikachu and Eevee. This is also the location of the player's first battle, which was against their rival, BlueRBYFRLG or TracePE.

The lab is a small building near the player's house that has been slightly modified in every game. In Pokémon Red and Blue the sign says "Here is the Institute of Dr. Okido." in Japanese, and "Oak Pokémon Research Lab" in the English language versions. Inside are three of Professor Oak's aides, two men and one woman, a couple of shelves full of books, a table with three Poké Balls, a computer, two blank Pokédexes, and two tips for the player. In Pokémon Yellow the lab is the same as Red and Blue, except there is only one Poké Ball on the table, and next to the table stands a trash can. In Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen, other than the significant graphical enhancements, the laboratory also has two plants in the entrance, a mysterious machine, books on the floor, two regular machines in the corner, and a window.

Player's house

Main article: Player's house → Kanto
Inside Red's house in Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver

Generations I, III, and VII

In GenerationsI, III, and VII, this house is where the player lives before beginning their journey. The player's Mom lives here, and after the player has left town for the first time, going home and talking to her will fully rest/restore all of the player's Pokémon, just like a Pokémon Center. In Generation I, the player's bedroom has a PC, a bed, and a TV with an SNES hooked up to it. It serves no other purpose, although the PC can be used to access the player's item storage, where a single Potion can be found and withdrawn from at the start of the game. In Generation III, the player's house features an enhanced version of the bedroom from Generation I. The only difference is the SNES being replaced with an NES. In Generation VII, with the removal of the item storage function, the player's PC displays an email from their friend and rival. In addition, the SNES from Generation I is replaced with a docked Nintendo Switch, with a single left Joy-Con next to it.

In Generations I and III, before going down the stairs, there is a sign on the wall that reminds the player how to open the Bag. This sign's purpose is replaced in Generation VII by the PC's email. In Generation I, a movie is shown on the first-floor television involving four boys walking on railroad tracks, possibly a reference to the film Stand by Me; however, during Generations III and VII, this will only appear if the player is a male. If the player is a female, the television will display a girl in pigtails walking down a yellow brick road, possibly a reference to the film The Wizard of Oz.

Generations II and IV

In GenerationsII and IV, Red's mother is alone in the house, telling the player how worried she is about Red, but also how proud she is of him. In HeartGold and SoulSilver, the graphical features have also been updated to the Generation IV standard since Gold, Silver, and Crystal. On the ground floor, there is a table with a large mug of tea sitting on it, a bigger TV, bookshelves, and a kitchen area located on the northwestern side of the room containing a refrigerator and a sink. On the upstairs floor is Red's bedroom, which contains a study desk with a laptop computer sitting on it, a Nintendo 64 or Wii, depending on the Generation, three bookshelves, and a single bed in the southwestern corner. Examining the laptop shows that the items in the room are collecting dust, as if they haven't been used in a long time.

Rival's house

In Generations I and III, after the Pokédex has been given to the player by Professor Oak, the rival's sister will give the player a Town Map. In Generation III, Daisy will check the lead Pokémon's friendship and offer to groom a Pokémon in the player's party. She can only groom one Pokémon for every 512 steps the player takes. In Generation VII, Daisy is replaced by the nameless sister of their childhood friend. While she does not groom Pokémon, she can still evaluate the friendship between the player and any Pokémon in their party.

In Generations II and IV, Daisy will help the player comb their Pokémon, causing its friendship to be raised. In Generation IV, she'll give the player Blue's Pokégear phone number so the player can call and arrange a rematch with him at the Fighting Dojo. Also returning from previous generations, Daisy will groom one of the player's Pokémon for free once daily between 3:00 and 4:00 PM. As in Generation II, it will raise a Pokémon's friendship greatly; however, it will also raise the Pokémon's Beauty stat. This is not displayed anywhere in-game, and the Pokémon must be seen in Diamond, Pearl, or Platinum to notice. Despite this, Feebas whose Beauty is maxed out this way can evolve into Milotic, unlike in FireRed and LeafGreen, where the Beauty stat did not exist in any shape or form. As a reference to Daisy's enjoyment of tea in Generation III, a large mug of tea sits on her table. In Generation IV only, the rival's house has a second story that mirrors the player's house, much like their Hoenn and Sinnoh counterparts.

Demographics

Pallet Town in Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!

Pokémon Red, Blue, and Yellow

Pallet Town's population is 8 (not including the player and the rival, who leave Pallet Town at the beginning of the game). This low number is likely due to its lack of amenities like a Gym or Pokémon Center and its isolation from the center of Kanto. This makes it the smallest town in Kanto.

Pokémon Gold, Silver, and Crystal

Pallet Town's population remains 8, making it the smallest town in Kanto.

Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen

As in the original games, Pallet Town's population is 8 (not including the player and the rival, who leave Pallet Town at the beginning of the game). This makes it the smallest town in Kanto.

Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver

As in the original games, Pallet Town's population remains 8, making it the smallest town in Kanto.

Pokémon Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!

Just like in all the aforementioned games, Pallet Town's population is 8 (not including the player and rival), once again making it the smallest town in Kanto.

Items

Professor Oak's Laboratory

Main article: Professor Oak's Laboratory → Items

Pokémon

Generation I

Generation II

Generation III

Generation IV

Generation VII

Differences among generations

Generations I and III

Pallet Town is very consistent in the way of layout. The square-shaped town with three buildings remains the same between Generations I and III, only enhancing aesthetic features. Trees have become bigger, flowers are more visible, and most other sprites have been upgraded to Generation III standards. Most of the town's residents remain the same and will tell Trainers the same messages. However, there is a woman in front of the signpost on the southwestern field that will move out of a Trainer's way when interacted with. In the Generation I to III transition, the garden in front of Professor Oak's Lab is removed, while other houses in Pallet have mailboxes instead of signs.

Professor Oak's Lab has gone through some slight remodeling. In Generation I, inside are three of Professor Oak's aides, two men and one woman, a couple of shelves full of books, a table with three Poké Balls, a computer, two blank Pokédexes, and two tips for the player, while in Generation III, other than the significant graphical enhancements, the laboratory also has two plants in the entrance, a mysterious machine, books on the floor, two regular machines in the corner, and a window. Changes in Red's and Blue's houses also sufficed. In Generation III, the player's bedroom features an enhanced version of the bedroom from Generation I with the SNES being replaced with an NES.

Generation II

During Generation II, Pallet Town had little changes done to the layout. Despite the graphical updates, the town remained totally unchanged save for the movement of the tall grass in the north. Daisy, the sister of Blue, who is living in Blue's house, will comb the player's Pokémon, causing its friendship to be raised. Daisy will groom one of the player's Pokémon for free once daily between 3:00 and 4:00 PM. Red's mom also appears in Generation II, telling the player how worried she is about Red, but also how proud she is of him.

Generation IV

During Generation IV, Pallet Town also had surprisingly little change down to the layout. Despite the graphical updates, the town remained totally unchanged. As in Generation II, Daisy will groom the player's Pokémon between 3 and 4 PM, and will give away his Pokégear number if she is shown a Pokémon that is already very friendly and has a high Beauty condition.

Trainer Tips

Generation III

TRAINER TIPS
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Music

Generation I

Generation II

Generation III

Generation IV

Generation VII

In the spin-off games

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Pokémon Pinball

In Pokémon Pinball, Pallet Town appears on the Red table. Catchable Pokémon include Bulbasaur, Charmander, Rattata, Pidgey, Nidoran♀, Nidoran♂, Poliwag, Tentacool and Tangela.

In the anime

Main series

Pallet Town is the hometown of Ash and his rivalGary. Just like in the games, Professor Oak's Laboratory is located in Pallet Town. Ash always returns here before visiting a new region. Pallet Town is depicted in the anime as having dirt trails and wide, open, grassy fields. Pallet Town debuted in the first episode, Pokémon - I Choose You!, when Ash received his Pikachu. Since then, it has been seen in many episodes, mostly in the start and ending of a region adventure, but also in Pokémon Chronicles and in the movies.

Professor Oak's Laboratory stands out in Pallet Town for its wind turbine, the three windows of the inner balcony, and for the four windows of the second floor. Every time Ash catches a Pokémon when he has six already with him, the new Pokémon is automatically transported here. Ash also has a habit of leaving all of his Pokémon besides Pikachu here each time he leaves for a new region, starting with Hoenn. The lab is composed of two floors. Inside the entrance door is a hallway with several doors, and to the left is a chest of drawers and the stairway to the second floor. The Oak Corral is a natural environment for Pokémon development. It is divided into regions according to type; there are areas that are perfect for Rock-type Pokémon, desert areas for Ground and Fire types, grassy regions, and several lakes. Sometimes the Pokémon don't get along; for this reason, some Pokémon, such as Ash's Bulbasaur, act as mediators between quarreling Pokémon.

The Xanadu Nursery is another location close to Pallet Town. The nursery is a large greenhouse that is home to various flowers and plants. Among them is a flower that contains Stun Spore. Two of the nursery's employees are Florinda Showers and Potter. Along with Florinda's Gloom, they help to make sure the operations at Xanadu run smoothly. While training for the Pokémon League in Make Room for Gloom, Ash's mom requested that her son help her run some errands and visit the nursery. Ash and his friends took off, not wanting to help with Delia's plans. Eventually, they ended up at the very place she requested them to be at.

Masae runs the Pallet Town's radio station, WPOK, from her general store. Other residents of Pallet Town include Gilbert who is the son of Pallet Town's mayor, Mr. Garrison, Mr. Tango and Ms. Owens.

Ash has left for another region on an airplane in both In The Shadow of Zekrom! and The Dream Continues! shortly after visiting Pallet Town; however, whether an airport is actually located in the town itself or not is unknown.

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Pokémon Origins

Pallet Town in Pokémon Origins

Pallet Town made a couple of appearances in Pokémon Origins, being the hometown of Red and Blue. It first appeared in File 1: Red, where both Red and Blue were seen receiving a Pokédex each from Professor Oak, after which they got to choose their starter Pokémon. Red chose Charmander, while Blue chose Squirtle to counter Red's choice. Afterwards, both Red and Blue departed Pallet Town and started gathering information on their Pokédexes.

Pallet Town's next major appearance was in File 4: Charizard, where Red returned to Professor Oak's Laboratory to tell him how he had completed his Pokédex, only to find out that Blue had been injured during a battle against an unknown Pokémon at Cerulean Cave, during which his own Pokédex had also gotten destroyed. Red soon understood that the mysterious Pokémon was, in fact, Mewtwo, a genetically enhanced version of a rare Pokémon called Mew. In order to add Mewtwo's data to the Pokédex, Red headed to Cerulean Cave, where he battled and, with extreme effort, successfully caught Mewtwo. During a small party held by Professor Oak to celebrate the completion of the Pokédex, Red realized that since Mewtwo was created from Mew, he still had to go find and catch Mew in order to make the Pokédex truly complete.

I Choose You!

Pallet Town appeared at the beginning of I Choose You!, set in an alternate timeline from the main series, as the hometown of Ash Ketchum.

Gallery

In the manga

Ash & Pikachu

Pallet Town appeared in Do Your Best Bulbasaur!! and Off To The Battle Frontier!!.

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The Electric Tale of Pikachu

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POKEMON HEARTGOLD AND SOULSILVER WALKTHROUGH

Johto Walkthrough:
Part One | Part Two | Part Three | Part Four | Part Five | Part Six | Part Seven | Part Eight
Kanto Walkthrough:
Part Nine | Part Ten | Part Eleven | Part Twelve | Part Thirteen
Sidequests:
Johto Optional Areas | Kanto Optional Areas | Miscellaneous | Gym Leader and Elite Four Rematches

 

  

Now that you've repaired the Power Plant, there are a few things to do. Visit the Underground Path, a rather pointless tunnel that connects Cerulean and Vermilion, and speak to the man down there to trade your Rage Candy Bar for TM64 - Explosion, a high-power kamikaze move. You'll emerge near Vermilion, so pay a quick visit to the Pokemon Fan Club, where a man inside will have found a lost Pokedoll. This is Copycat's missing Pokedoll, so he'll give it to you to bring to her. When you leave, Steven, the Hoenn League Champion, will introduce himself and inform you that Latias (in HeartGold) or Latios (in SoulSilver) is roaming the Kanto Region; you can track them on your Pokegear. When you return the Lost Item to Copycat, she'll give you her Pass for the Magnet Train, which is operational now that the Power Plant has been fixed. The Magnet Train brings you immediately to Goldenrod City if you need transport between Johto and Kanto.

  

Return to Lavender's Radio Tower and the suited man will thank you for fixing the Radio Tower with a Pokegear expansion card that receives Kanto's radio channels, including a Pokeflute station. Buy some Ultra Balls at the Pokemart and go through Silence Bridge to Route 11, which is mostly tall grass that houses repeat Pokemon like Drowzee's evolution Hypno. TM86 - Grass Knot, a Special Grass-type move that damages based on the target's weight, is in the top-right corner of the Route, and a hidden Revive is in a hole in the fence along the Route's north border. Route 11 has a Green Apricorn tree and four Trainers: a Psychic with two Exeggcute and an Exeggutor, a Youngster who has Sandslash and Crobat, another who uses Growlithe, and a Psychic with a Xatu. You'll find Snorlax to the left, so save your game, open your Pokegear, tune it to the Pokeflute station on the top of the globe and speak to Snorlax to start the battle.

Snorlax

Snorlax has been consistently strong in every installment of the franchise. It is a Normal-type Pokemon with excellent HP, Attack and Special Defense, mediocre Defense and poor Speed, making it an ideal candidate to use the move Curse, which boosts its Attack and Defense and drops its Speed. Snorlax can learn many good Physical attacks like Body Slam, Earthquake and Crunch, while this particular Snorlax is Level 50, holds Leftovers to restore some health after every turn, and knows Block, Rollout, Crunch and Giga Impact. It is the game's only Snorlax so, although it's not easy, you'll probably want to catch it; have a sleep-inducing Pokemon and some Ultra Balls handy.

 

Before entering the Diglett's Cave, go through the fence just below its entrance; this leads a Sticky Barb, a hold item that damages its holder and may stick itself to an attacker or target. If you don't have your Cut slave, withdraw it at the Vermilion City Pokemon Center and enter Diglett's Cave, a one-path tunnel that leads to Pewter City. As you might expect, you'll only find Diglett, and its evolved form Dugtrio, here; they are fast but fragile Ground-types who are great revenge killers if they have the Arena Trap ability. Navigate through the tunnel and you'll emerge on Route 2.

You'll emerge on the eastern half of Route 2, where you'll be stuck unless you brought your Cut slave. Before going up to Pewter City, head south to explore the Route a bit for some items. You'll find a Pink Apricorn tree next to a house; talk to the man inside for a free Nugget, and then keep going down. After awhile you'll find an outpost that has one of Professor Oak's aides and he'll give you Sacred Ash, the unique, one-time use recovery item that can only be found on Ho-oh otherwise. At the bottom of the eastern section of Route 2 is an Elixir on the ground; grab it and then walk back up to Diglett's Cave. Grab the Carbos just above the cave and then Cut through the bush to the west of the entrance; beat the Bug Catcher and his Burmy, Butterfree and Beedrill, and then go north to reach Pewter City.

Pewter City rests at the foot of Mt. Moon and, as such, it has its own Museum of Science that studies fossils at the top of the town. In HeartGold and SoulSilver, you can find any of the seven types of Fossils while breaking rocks and bring them here to be revived; there are also Blue and White Apricorn trees just east of the Museum. Before challenging the Gym, you should heal at the Pokemon Center; a man inside offers to trade his Xatu for your Haunter if you'd like. Back outside, speak to the old man on the elevated piece of land next to the Pokemart and he'll give you the Silver Wing (HeartGold) or Rainbow Wing (SoulSilver), the item required for the Kimono Girls to summon the other HGSS mascot that you haven't battled yet. Finally, enter the Gym located in front of the Museum to begin the fight for your sixth Kanto League badge.

Because Pewter Gym is traditionally the first of the Kanto Region's Gyms, it has the simplest design of them all, as there are no puzzles to solve. There are two subordinate Trainers with one Pokemon apiece - a Camper with a Rhydon and a Hiker who has a Golem - but there's even back pathways that let you sneak around them without fighting. Brock awaits at the top of the Gym, so speak to him when you're ready.

Pewter City Gym: Brock
Brock
Speciality: Rock
PokemonInformationMoves
GravelerLevel: 51
Type: Rock/Ground
Item: No Item
Ability: Sturdy
Defense Curl
Rock Slide
Rollout
Earthquake
RhyhornLevel: 51
Type: Ground/Rock
Item: No Item
Ability: Lightning Rod
Sandstorm
Scary Face
Earthquake
Horn Drill
OmastarLevel: 53
Type: Rock/Water
Item: No Item
Ability: Shell Armor
AncientPower
Brine
Protect
Spike Cannon
OnixLevel: 54
Type: Rock/Ground
Item: Sitrus Berry
Ability: Rock Head
Iron Tail
Rock Slide
Screech
Sandstorm
KabutopsLevel: 52
Type: Rock/Water
Item: No Item
Ability: Battle Armor
Rock Slide
Aqua Jet
Endure
Giga Drain

Undoubtedly, Brock is the most disappointing Kanto Gym Leader in the game: with a team of Rhyhorn, Onix, Graveler, Kabutops and Omastar, 60% of his team isn't even fully evolved! Onix and Rhyhorn know Sandstorm, which saps 1/16 of the max health from non-Rock-, Steel- or Ground-types, but you won't take too much damage if you stick to attacking. Brock's party has a decent mixture of moves, including STAB for both types on many of his Pokemon, but the moves just aren't that powerful coming from superstars like Graveler, Rhyhorn or Onix. Although Brock's main move, Rock Slide, can cause flinching, none of his Pokemon except Kabutops are fast enough to utilize this, nor can Kabutops take advantage of its Giga Drain to poor Special Attack. Watch out for stall moves, like Kabutops' Endure and Omastar's Protect, and Rhyhorn's Horn Drill though.

You should not have any difficulty against Brock if you have at least ONE Water-type or Grass-type Pokemon or even move on your team. Because every single Pokemon on Brock's roster has a 4x weak to Grass-type moves, Meganium players will have a field day in this match. Three of Brock's Pokemon also have a 4x weakness to Water-type, so Feraligatr players need not worry either. Typhlosion is going to want to avoid the field, although it can probably survive most of Brock's weak attacks anyway. If you don't have Water- or Grass-types, all of Brock's Pokemon have weaknesses to Fighting- and Ground-type moves, and the Rock/Ground-types have an additional weakness to Ice-type attacks as well.

When you defeat Brock, you'll receive the Boulderbadge and TM80 - Rock Slide, a Physical Rock-type move that has decent power and might cause the target to flinch.

Leaving Pewter City through the east will bring you to Route 3 and Mt. Moon, which is covered in the Optional Areas section. Instead, go south, back to Route 2, and through the outpost to enter the newly-restored Viridian Forest. Among the members of the Caterpie, Weedle, Pidgey and Hoothoot families, you can find one Pokemon that appears only in Viridian Forest: it's none other than the Pokemon franchise's mascot, Pikachu! Pikachu fans can still find a Light Ball occasionally attached to its trademark Pokemon. To get through the first part of the Forest, follow the path with tall grass in a coiling pattern to the northeastern corner of the Forest.

Along the way, you'll encounter a Bug Catcher with Butterfree, Pikachu and Beedrill, a Dire Hit in plain sight on the ground and a pacing Bug Catch who uses Weedle, Kakuna and Beedrill. A Blue Flute, which awakens sleeping Pokemon in battle, is just south of him, and then the path splits into a left side with tall grass and a right side that has two Bug Catchers: one with three Metapod, the other who has Ariados. Just below the second Bug Catcher is TM77 - Psych Up, a move that copies the target's stat changes, and another Bug Catch who has Beedrill and Butterfree. The exit is just left of this area, but if you still have your Cut slave, you can go to the southwest corner of the Forest to find a secret Max Ether in a bald spot in the tall grass. A Leaf Stone is north of this after a few staircases. Leave Viridian Forest after getting it.

You'll emerge on the southern half of Route 2, on the other side from the section you explored for items earlier. Ignore the tall grass, because there's nothing but early-game Bug-type Pokemon in it, and walk south toward Viridian City. You'll find two more Bug Catchers along the way: the first uses Butterfree and Ariados, while the second has Beedrill and Butterfree. After him, Viridian City is just ahead in the south.

Viridian City has a Gym, but you can't challenge for a badge yet because the Gym Leader is currently out. South of the Gym is the Trainer House, a unique location where you can battle Level 50 AI recreations of real-life players who are encountered with the Pokewalker device. If you haven't communicated with anybody using the Pokewalker, then the only Trainer you can fight is Ace Trainer Cal, who has the final evolutions of the Johto Region's Starter Pokemon: Meganium, Typhlosion and Feraligatr, each with a fairly competitive moveset. There's no real reward or point to the Trainer House, but it is a fun distraction. If you Surf or Cut to the man west of the Pokemon Center, he'll give you TM85 - Dream Eater, a Special Psychic-type attack that only works on sleeping targets and restores health to the user. Leave Viridian through the south to find Route 1.

In the Kanto-based games, the vertical path that is Route 1 serves as the quietest Route of those games; in HeartGold and SoulSilver, however, four Trainers have shown up here. The wild grass only has early-game rodent and bird Pokemon, so use the ledges to avoid it entirely. There's also a Black Apricorn tree, if you need it, to the southwest of the outpost from which you emerged. The four Trainers that you'll find while walking south are: a School Kid with Furret and Pidgeot; another with Jynx, Electabuzz and Magmar; a male Ace Trainer with Absol and Alakazam; and a female with Ivysaur and Starmie. At the end of the southern Route 1 is Pallet Town, home of Professor Oak.

Pallet Town, the birthplace of the heroes and Rival in the Kanto-based games, is a quiet town with two houses (the homes of the aforementioned characters) and Professor Oak's Lab. The left house is the home of Red, a former Pokemon Champion who was the main character in the Kanto-based games, while the right house is that of Blue, another former Pokemon Champion who was Red's rival. If you visit Blue's house between 3 PM and 4 PM on any day, his sister Daisy will groom one of your Pokemon, boosting its happiness rating. You can stop in to see Professor Oak right now, but he'll only grade your Pokedex completion at this time. To find your next Gym, you'll have to Surf south from Pallet Town and onto the sea of Route 21.

The tall grass of Route 21, just under Pallet Town, is only place where you can find Mr. Mime, a decent Psychic-type. The rest of the route consists of Surfing south, fighting off or using Repels on Tentacool along the way. You'll quickly encounter a female Swimmer with excellent taste who uses Seel and Dewgong. Near her are two islands of sand: the right one has a Fisherman with a Shellder, and on the left are a Fisherman who has four Corsola and a Bird Keeper using Farfetch'd, Fearow and Pidgeotto. Below these sand mounds are a female Swimmer with an Azumarill, a male Swimmer who has a Quagsire and an Octillery and, on another island, a Fisherman with a Seadra. Continuing downward, you'll find another stranded Fisherman, this one owning Lanturn and Mantine; a male Swimmer who has Golduck and Poliwhirl; a mail Swimmer with a Seaking and Kabutops; and a stranded Bird Keeper using two Doduo and two Dodrio. Cinnabar Island is just beyond this last group of Trainers, and a female Swimmer with a Slowking is hiding out just above the Island.

Unfortunately, in HGSS, most of Cinnabar Island still has been wiped out by a volcanic eruption. However, you should land on the Island and heal in the Pokemon Center. If you do, you'll notice a guy standing just north of the Pokemon Center; if you speak to him, he'll introduce himself as Blue, the Viridian City Gym Leader and Red's Rival from Pallet Town, and explain Cinnabar's situation. Blue won't leave the Island, so won't be getting your next Badge from him. Instead, Surf east from Cinnabar Island and onto Route 20. The Cinnabar Island Gym Leader has relocated to the Seafoam Islands in the east.

Route 20 is another straightforward water route that will bring you to Seafoam Islands; once again, Tentacool will be a bother unless you have Repels. The first Trainer you'll encounter is a male Swimmer with an Azumarill; after him is a female Swimmer who has three Luvdisc. Below her is a strip of sand that has several Trainers with Hoenn and Sinnoh Pokemon: a Bird Keeper with Wingull and Fearow, a Picnicker with a Shinx, and another Bird Keeper who has a Starly. Just before the entrance of Seafoam Islands is a female Swimmer with a Bidoof and a Picnicker who has a Shroomish. Hidden in the middle of the water to the right of the Seafoam Islands entrance is DeepSeaTooth, the hold item that doubles Clamperl's Special Attack and evolves it into Huntail when traded. Enter the Seafoam Islands when you finish getting it.

To reach Seafoam Island's Gym, just take the ladder in front of you when you enter; otherwise, the lower stairs lead to the actual Seafoam Islands cave. Thankfully, HeartGold and SoulSilver gave Blaine an actual Gym instead of the hole in a wall he received in the original games. The main gimmick of this Gym is that the subordinates are blocking your path to Blaine and you'll have to battle them to get them to move. The first Scientist has an Arcanine; his optional comrade to the left has a Ninetales, and the mandatory Super Nerd to his right has a Torkoal. Blaine is then surrounded by three Trainers; the correct one to fight is the Super Nerd with Magcargo to Blaine's left, but you can battle the above Super Nerd's Numel and the right Scientist's Magmar as well. Feel free to heal back at Cinnabar Island before challenging Blaine.

Cinnabar Island Gym: Blaine
Blaine
Speciality: Fire
PokemonInformationMoves
MagcargoLevel: 54
Type: Fire/Rock
Item: White Herb
Ability: Flame Body
Sunny Day
Smog
Overheat
Rock Slide
MagmarLevel: 54
Type: Fire
Item: White Herb
Ability: Flame Body
ThunderPunch
Overheat
Sunny Day
Confuse Ray
RapidashLevel: 59
Type: Fire
Item: White Herb
Ability: Flash Fire
Quick Attack
Flare Blitz
Bounce
Overheat

Blaine, the penultimate Kanto Gym Leader, also has one of the Region's smallest rosters: Magcargo, Magmar and Rapidash. Even though he has a small team, Blaine is not as much of a pushover as you might expect. All three of his Pokemon know his TM move, Overheat, which is a very powerful Fire-type attack that lowers the user's Special Attack by two levels; however, they're also all holding White Herbs to give them all one drawback-free Overheat, so be careful. Blaine has countermeasures for Water-types, as Magcargo and Magmar know Sunny Day, which boosts Fire-type moves and weakens Water-type moves for five turns, and Magmar knows Thunderpunch, which is Super Effective against Water-types. Watch out for poisoning from Magcargo's Smog, confusion from Magmar's Confuse Ray and paralysis from Rapidash's Bounce as well.

If your Pokemon can survive Blaine's Overheats, however, this match is perfectly manageable. Even though it has Sunny Day, Fire/Rock-type Magcargo is hideously slow and 4x weak to Water- and Ground-type moves, so there's a good chance that you can OHKO it with Surf before it can do anything. Blaine's team is very susceptible to Ground- and Rock-type moves, with Magmar and Rapidash having fragile Defense stats, so Earthquake and Rock Slide are ideal moves; Rapidash will probably wear itself down with repeated Flare Blitz attacks as well. Meganium, of course, is going to want to avoid this battle, while Feraligatr will have a great advantage; Typhlosion won't have much to hit Blaine for Super Effective, though.

When you defeat Blaine, you'll receive the Volcanobadge and TM50 - Overheat, a powerful Fire-type attack that lowers the user's Special Attack by two stages after every use.

 

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How do you get to Pallet Town in HeartGold?

How do you get to Pallet Town in HeartGold?

Answers

  1. You go through Diglett Cave into Pewter City, and then go downwards from there. For information about hot to get through Diglett Cave, check this out: www.gamefaqs.com/boards/960099-pokemon-heartgold-version/54006715. User Info: ellis123.
  2. Basically what he said^ User Info: danielchak2.

How do you get to Viridian City in Pokemon Soul Silver?

Viridian City is a city which has connections to Routes 1, 2 and 22. This city has a small lake and various small paths. It is surrounded by trees and has only a small number of buildings within….Wild Pokémon.

Pokémon SoulSilver
PoliwagPoliwhirl
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LevelLevel
5 – 1010 – 10

Where do you find all the Pokemon in Pallet Town?

In Pokémon Pinball, Pallet Town appears on the Red table. Catchable Pokémon include Bulbasaur, Charmander, Rattata, Pidgey, Nidoran♀, Nidoran♂, Poliwag, Tentacool and Tangela . Pallet Town is the hometown of Ash and his rival Gary. Just like in the games, Professor Oak’s Laboratory is located in Pallet Town.

How to get to Pallet Town after you get off the ship?

Go to the entrance to Diglett’s cave, right of Vermillion City. Stand next to the snorelax and open your radio. Move the white circle to the very top, wait a bit, then talk to the Snorelax. 7. The snorelax will attack you. Catch, kill, or run from it and go through Diglett’s Cave.

Where do you start in Pokemon HeartGold SoulSilver?

The hidden secrets of Pokemon HeartGold/SoulSilver. Johto is your starting area, which will take quite a few hours to complete, at which point you’ll unlock Kanto, a whole other area. Johto and Kanto combined make for a massive overworld, so it’s very easy to miss things.

Where do you get the last badge in Pokemon soul silver?

Surprisingly enough, that’s going to be where you get your last badge. You’re going to head north of Viridian City to the Viridian Forest and make your way through. After you’ve gotten through Viridian Forest, exit and head north where you’ll find Pewter City! The Pewter City Gym leader is Brock, the gym leader of rock types.

How do you get back to Pallet Town in Pokemon let’s go?

However, there is one sure fire way to get back to Pallet Town in Pokemon Let’s Go, but you do not unlock it until you’re about half-way through the game. That way is to fly by unlocking the ability which is now known as Sky Dash.

Go to the entrance to Diglett’s cave, right of Vermillion City. Stand next to the snorelax and open your radio. Move the white circle to the very top, wait a bit, then talk to the Snorelax. 7. The snorelax will attack you. Catch, kill, or run from it and go through Diglett’s Cave.

Are there any other routes to Pallet Town?

There are only two routes linking Pallet Town to other places, which means that it doesn’t have much commerce. One of the routes (Route 21 south) is a water route, so they get almost nothing coming in from there; the other is Route 1, the only place where they actually travel on, which is north.

What’s the population of Pallet Town in Pokemon?

Pallet Town’s population is 8 (not including the player and the rival, who leave Pallet Town at the beginning of the game). This low number is likely due to its lack of amenities like a Gym or Pokémon Center and its isolation from the center of Kanto. This makes it the smallest town in Kanto. Pallet Town’s population remains 8]

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