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%%%Pallet Town, Route 1, Viridian City%%%% Treasures found in Pallet Town: Town Map Pokemon Found in Pallet Town: # 25 Pikachu (one) Treasures found in Route 1: Potion
From Bulbapedia, the community-driven Pokémon encyclopedia. If you were looking for either of the Pokémon Trading Card Game expansions sometimes abbreviated as TM , see EX Team Magma vs Team Aqua (TCG) or Triumphant (TCG) . A Technical Machine , or TM for short (Japanese: わざマシン Move Machine ), is a machine used by Pokémon Trainers to teach a Pokémon a new move that it might not otherwise learn. Up until Generation V , TMs were good for only one use, unlike Hidden Machines , which can be used over and over again on many different Pokémon. TMs can be found on the ground or bought at department stores.
Quote RE: The Best First Generation Pokemon This is a little hard to answer, because the only "strategy" I had in 1999 was "HAMMER A+B". There's obviously Mewtwo, but it doesn't really count for completing the game coz you can only get it after the elite four. *looks Exeggutor and Gyarados up* Exeggutor's type coverage is quite good - it's resistant to 5 of the gym types (water, electric, grass, psychic and ground), and its grass, psychic and poison moves hit super effectively against grass, ground, rock, water and poison. It's probably not the most useful against Koga though, being weakness to poison. Also Exeggutor is weak against fire, but combining it with Gyarados can make up for that - a well-trained Gyarados can take Blaine down in seconds.
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Did you ever notice the small house at the northern beach of Route 19 that wasn't in Pokémon Blue and Red? This hut is home to the infamous "Surfing Pikachu" mini-game. Here's the deal: if your Pikachu knows Surf, you can play the mini-game Pikachu's Beach right here. The only problem is that Pikachu can't learn Surf... Well, at least not in Pokémon Yellow. Here's how you get Surfing Pikachu (outside of winning a Nintendo Pokemon contest):
GameBoy This page contains Cheats for Pokemon Yellow organized by sections for GameBoy | Last updated on: Mar 5, 2013. Pokemon Yellow is a Role-Playing Console-style RPG game made by Game Freak released on Oct 19, 1999 and published by Nintendo. If you can't find a hint or secret in our list, then please check this page periodically for the latest updates. Pokemon Yellow GameBoy Cheats
Grass is one of the three basic elemental types along with Fire and Water, which constitute the three starter Pokemon. This creates a simple triangle to explain the type concept easily to new players. Grass is one of the weakest types statistically, with 5 defensive weaknesses and 7 types that are resistant to Grass moves. Furthermore, many Grass Pokemon have Poison as their secondary type, adding a Psychic vulnerability.
Overview Pokemon Yellow: Special Pikachu Edition was the fourth installment of the Pokemon series for the Nintendo Game Boy in Japan , and the third in North America , Europe , and Australia . This game is based of the popular Pokemon Red/Blue versions. Rather then picking one of the three Pokemon that was offered by Professor Oak ( Bulbasaur , Charmander , and Squirtle ), the player was given Pikachu , an electric type Pokemon. Story Pokemon Yellow's story is very similar to that of Pokemon Red/Blue.