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Pokemon Gold and Pokemon Silver
Also known as: Pocket Monsters Kin (Gold)
Also known as: Pocket Monsters Gin (Silver)
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DEFEATING CHEATS, TRICKS, HINTS AND TIPS

Ash/Red: Create a Pokemon team with different types, with Grass, Psychic, Devil, Fire, Water, and Steel recommended. Each Pokemon should be level 65 or higher. If not, make sure you have a large amount of Hyper Potions and Revives.
Ash/Red (2): Keep training against the Elite Four after you have defeated every gym in Kanto and your Pokemon are at least to level 57 (for well-balanced teams), and have different type moves.
Ash/Red (3): Use a Heracross with the Endure/Reversal combo against his Snorlax. First use Endure until your HP is down to 1, then use Reversal and Heracross should attack first. If he is at about Lv. 50, it should take Snorlax out in one hit.
Ash/Red (4): You can battle Ash after you defeat the Elite Four. After you battle him, if you want to try again you must fight in the Elite Four first. To defeat him easily, you must have a Lugia Lv.88 with AeroBlast of PP 8 and Hydro Pump of PP 5. Use it on Venusaur (one AeroBlast), Pikachu (one AeroBlast), Efi (one AeroBlast and one Hydro Pump), Blastoise (one AeroBlast and 1 Psychic), Snorlax (one AeroBlast and two Hydro Pumps) and Charizard (one Hydro Pump).
Ash/Red (5): To defeat Ash's or Red's Snorlax easily, have any Pokemon that knows Perish Song and Mean Look. When asked if you want to switch Pokemon, choose the one that knows Perish Song and Mean Look. Your first attack should be Perish Song, then Mean Look. Perish Song will make both Pokemon his and yours faint in three turns. Mean Look will keep Snorlax in place so that Ash cannot switch and save his "beloved" Pokemon. If Ash switches, the Snorlax will not faint and you will be left with another annoying Pokemon to defeat. Even though your Pokemon will also die, at least you are taking Snorlax with you, which is one of the most annoying Pokemon in his entire team.
Ash/Red multiple times: Each time you defeat the Elite 5 (includes the champion), Ash will return to the mountain.
Clair: Catch a lot of Pokemon on the Ice Path. Get a high level Jynx or Swinub (use it in Ice Path until level 33 then it will evolve into Poliwine in the Silver version).
The Elite Four: Train an Alakasam to level 55 and teach it Psychic, Thunder, Fire, and Ice Punch. Train a Gyrados to at least level 40 and teach it Surf and Hydro Pump. Train a Machamp to level 35 and have it learn Vital Throw. Use Alakasam against everyone except Houndoom (use Gyrados) and Umbreon (use Machamp).Your Alakasam should be able to defeat all in one or two moves.
Jasmine: Select Totodile at the start of the game. With luck, by the time you reach Jasmine, it should be a Feraligatr. Use Surf on each of her Pokemon and they will all die with one hit, even Steelix.

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