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Pokemon Crystal
Also known as: Pocket Monsters Crystal
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Alakazam: Alakazam will learn Psychic at level 38 and Reflect at level 45.
Aipom: Go to the area between Mahogany and Blackthorn. Headbutt every tree possible. Eventually a sleeping Aipom at level 10 will fall from it.
Chansey: You can find a Chansey on Routes 15, 14, and 13. It will be at level 20 or higher.
Clefairy: Dancing: In Kanto at six o'clock, you can find dancing Clefairies on Route 4 (outside Mount Moon ), but only on Monday nights. They are in the patch of grass with little flowers. When the Clefairies notice you, they run away, but will leave a rock that one of your Pokemon can Rock Smash. Underneath, is a Moon Stone, which that can evolve Pokemon such as Clefairy, Jigglypuff, and Nidoran (male and female).
Corsela: Fish at the Day Care Center below Goldenrod City with the Super Rod. Eventually, you will find a Corsela. Other than Corsela, you will find high level Krabby.
Donphan: Go directly south of Blackthorn and search in that location.
Dratini: Go into the house in Dragon Den and answer all the questions correctly. He will give you a Dratini.
Dunsparce: To get wild Dunsparce, find Anthony the hiker on Route 33. Battle him and get his phone number. He will call when the Dunsparce appear in the Dark Cave.
Eevee: When you get Eevee from bill in Goldenrod City, catch a Ditto and give them to the day care couple at the same time. Go in back and check to make sure that they are interested in each other. Wait two days and then pick up an egg -- the man will be in the yard and you do not have to take Eevee or Ditto back. A couple of hours later, return for a second egg, and later again for a third. It takes two days to hatch them, and you can now get four evolutions. Breed another Eevee with another Ditto for the last evolution.
Entine: The field before the Moo Moo Milk Farm has a Wild Entine. Catch it or it will not appear again until you go to fight it.
Entei: Use a level 50 Golbat with Mean Look to catch Entei easier.
Espeon: Level up your Eevee until it trusts you very well. Then, level it up in the day or morning to get Espeon. Note: Your Eevee will not automatically evolve as soon as it trusts you. It will most likely be above level 42 when it evolves, when it learns Take Down. To see how tame it is, go to Goldenrod by the gym. There is a lady in a house there who tells you how tame your Pokemon is. As long as she says, "I get the feeling it really trusts you," you are doing well.
Fearligatr: Feraligatr learns Hyro Pump at level 58.
Flareon: Flareon learns Flamethrower at level 52.
Furret: To make a very powerful Furret, save your money and go to the Goldenrod department store. They sell three Punch TMs, Fire Punch, Ice Punch, and Thunder Punch. Furret can learn all three and get an advantage on Ghost, Bird, Grass, Water, and Dragon type Pokemon.
Gastly: You can find a wild Gastly in the grass on routes 30 and 31.
Gengar: Teach a Gengar Thief and take it to the battle tower. Use it to steal the opponent's item.
Golduck: You can encounter Golduck surfing in Ilex forest, and along route 35.
Grimer: To find a Grimer in the water, go to Celadon City. Find the house that has a pond in the front. Then, Surf across the pond. Speak to the man in front of the house. Surf in the pond until find a Grimer.
Heracross: Look in grassy areas and use Headbutt on bushes.
Hitmontop: If the Tyrogue that you got from the Karate Master in Mt. Mortar has already evolved, you will need a Ditto to get the Hitmontop. Take your evolved Tyrogue (Hitmonchan or Hitmonlee) to the Daycare Center and make sure they like each other. You will know this if you talk to them when they are in the backyard of the house. Have them lay an egg. After getting the egg and hatching it, train the baby Tyrogue to level 19, then save the game just in case it does not evolve to Hitmontop (and you can do it again). Check its Attack and Defense status. If one is higher than the other, go to the Department Store and buy the necessary Protein or Iron to make the lower one equal the higher one. Then, go back to training it. When it gets to level 20 and evolves, it should be a Hitmontop. Note: If this does not work, reset the game and repeat the procedure.
Ho-oh: To catch Ho-oh you must get the Rainbow Wing.
Hoothoot: You can catch Hoothoot in the early parts of the game. To level him up, take Hoothoot to the Sprout Tower in Violet City where the Bird Gym is located. Most of the trainers have Bell Sprouts, which cannot do much damage to Hoothoot. However, beware of Ghost Pokemon. Have a Poliwag slightly leveled up to battle, and watch for the Hypnosis move. At this stage, only Poliwag's Bubble move is going to do much damage to a Ghost Pokemon. Note: One daytime Pokemon, Butterfree, has the power to defeat both Bellsprouts and Ghosts in Sprout Tower.
Houndoom: To get a very powerful Houndoom, defeat the Elite Four. At night, catch a Houndour on Route 7 and give it a Exp. Share. Battle the Elite Four until it reaches level 35 then let it evolve. Have it learn Crunch, Faint Attack, Bite, and Flame Thrower.
Kadabra: Kadabra will learn Confusion (at level 16), Disable (at level 18), Psybeam (at level 21), Recover (at level 26), Psychic (at level 38), and Reflect (at level 45).
Lapras: Every Friday at Union Cave there is a wild Lapras in a secret place. Get at least 20 Heavy Balls and a Pokemon at level 25 that knows Surf and Fury Swipes. When you get into Union Cave, go near the end of the cave. Instead of going to the exit near Azalea Town, go to the other side on the left. Instead of going to battle the man to the north, go south. You should see a pond. Surf down the pond, and there should be a staircase. Use it. After you go down the staircase, there is an other pond. Go near the pond and Surf across. There is an other staircase. Use it. Next, go south and Surf all the way down. When you reach the bottom, go left and get on the land. Go all the way down, then save the game. To catch Lapras, look on the right side of the land that you are on. Use Surf on the pond you just saw and look for Lapras. Battle Lapras and bring her down to the red zone by attacking her with the level 25 Pokemon. Then, catch her with a Heavy Ball. If you kill her, turn off the game and resume from the saved location.
Larvitar: During the morning or the day, you can catch Larvitar. It takes quite awhile find it, but is worth it when Larvitar evolves into Tyranitar.
Legendary Birds: You have to transfer Articuno, Zapdos, and Moltres from Pokemon Red, Blue, or Yellow to get them.
Legendary Dogs: The Legendary Dogs are Raikou, Entei, and Suicune. You will find Entei and Raikou after you have scared them away from the Burned Tower, but you will have to do more to find Suicune. Suicune can be caught at the Tin Tower in Ecrukteak City after you have received the Clear Bell from the Station Manager, have defeated the Ecrukteak City Gym Leader, scared away Raikou, Entei, and Suicune, and have defeated the Wise Trio. Only when the those tasks have been completed, will you be able to fight Suicune.
Lugia: Go to the cave nearest to the city with the light house, or just follow the wall on the right-hand side while in the water. You will encounter two trainers and then a whirlpool. Use the whirlpool to get into the cave. Once inside, you will see a small walkway with jump-able bushes on one side. Jump over then go up and right. Go down the ladder. You will be on an island with an item nearby. Get the item and SURF down. Once down the waterfall, you will see an entrance in the cliff and a ladder. Go into the entrance. Then, Surf up to find Lugia, Use the ladder to exit the cave. Note: Lugia are at level 60 and are very hard to catch with any Pokeballs other than the Master Ball.

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