Appendix:FireRed and LeafGreen walkthrough/Section 7

This is the Bulbapedia walkthrough for Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen. This walkthrough follows the remade Game Boy Advance version, not Pokémon Red and Blue.
The guide for those can be found here.


Celadon City

 
Celadon City
 
The Know-It-All man's room on the rooftop of Celadon Mansion

Celadon City is the second-largest city in the region, and it has plenty going on to live up to the hype. The Celadon Department Store is an essential stop, since almost anything a Trainer could want is up for sale here. The Celadon Mansion is a hotel-of-sorts, and the current tenants are none other than Game Freak, the team that developed Pokémon. The Game Corner houses the slot machines, and those coins can be redeemed for valuable prizes in the Prize Corner next door. In addition, the city is also home to the Celadon Gym, nestled on a hill in the southwest.

If it was not already apparent, there are two Rocket Grunts loitering around the city. It looks like Team Rocket has something planned for Celadon... Next door to the restaurant in the south of town is an operation that is shipping 2,000 Pokémon every month to the Game Corner as slot prizes. Those kind of numbers mean big money, and that has Team Rocket's name written all over it. They are up to something, and as one of the workers points out, it surely has nothing to do with a hidden switch behind a poster in the Game Corner.

Celadon Mansion

The tall building in the north of town is Celadon Mansion. On the third floor, Game Freak's game designer promises a reward for showing him a completed Pokédex.

Follow the path behind the Pokémon Center to find a break in the trees that leads to the back door. Bring no more than five Pokémon, and take the stairs to the Know-It-All man's room on the rooftop to find an Eevee. Eevee is an extremely versatile creature, since it can evolve into one of three different forms. Exposure to a Water Stone, Thunderstone, or Fire Stone results in a Vaporeon, Jolteon, or Flareon, respectively. Any of those three evolutions will make a powerful addition to the player's team, especially since they can cover the weaknesses of his/her starter's final form. These stones can only be purchased in the Department Store.

Enter the mansion through the front door and speak to the old woman on the first floor. She gives the player a cup of Tea, a healthy alternative to the usual drinks. Give this to one of the thirsty Saffron guards and he shares it with the others, granting the player access to the city.

 
Type:
Normal Unknown
Ability:
Run Away
Held item:
None
Eevee Lv.25
Helping Hand
Normal
Sand-Attack
Ground
Growl
Normal
Quick Attack
Normal

Celadon Department Store

2F: Trainer's Market

Upper cashier
  TM05 (Roar)
 1000
  TM15 (Hyper Beam)
 7500
  TM28 (Dig)
 2000
  TM31 (Brick Break)
 3000
  TM43 (Secret Power)
 3000
  TM45 (Attract)
 3000
Lower cashier
  Great Ball
 600
  Super Potion
 700
  Revive
 1500
  Antidote
 100
  Parlyz Heal
 200
  Awakening
 250
  Burn Heal
 250
  Ice Heal
 250
  Super Repel
 500

3F: TV Game Shop

There is nothing for sale on the third floor, but the man behind the counter will offer to teach Counter to one of the player's Pokémon.

4F: Wiseman Gifts

The evolutionary stones are sold here. Pick up any but a Leaf Stone for the player's new Eevee. Be sure to buy a Poké Doll too, as it will be important a little later.

Wiseman Gifts
  Poké Doll
 1000
  Retro Mail
 50
  Fire Stone
 2100
  Thunderstone
 2100
  Water Stone
 2100
  Leaf Stone
 2100

5F: Drugstore

Upper cashier
  HP Up
 9800
  Protein
 9800
  Iron
 9800
  Calcium
 9800
  Zinc
 9800
  Carbos
 9800
Lower cashier
  X Attack
 500
  X Defend
 550
  X Speed
 350
  X Special
 350
  X Accuracy
 950
  Guard Spec.
 700
  Dire Hit
 650

Rooftop Square: Vending Machines

Each Vending Machine dispenses Fresh Water, Soda Pop, and Lemonade. Buy one of each drink to give to the little girl nearby, and she will give the player up to three TMs—TM16 (Light Screen) for a Fresh Water, TM20 (Safeguard) for a Soda Pop, and TM33 (Reflect) for a Lemonade—as thanks. Take the opportunity to stock up on Fresh Water, the most cost-effective method of HP recovery, which recovers 1 HP for every  4 spent.

Vending Machine
  Fresh Water
 200
  Soda Pop
 300
  Lemonade
 350

Celadon Gym

 
Celadon Gym

CELADON CITY POKéMON GYM
LEADER: ERIKA

The Nature-Loving Princess!

The Celadon Gym specializes in Grass-type Pokémon. This will likely be one of the easiest Gyms to defeat, as Grass Pokémon have multiple weaknesses. These plants fare poorly against Fire-, Ice-, Flying-, and Bug-type attacks. The majority of the Pokémon here are also part-Poison, which adds a weakness to Psychic moves. Bring a few Antidotes and Parlyz Heals to deal with status problems. For extra help, TM13 (Ice Beam) and TM35 (Flamethrower) can both be won in the Game Corner for 4,000 coins each.

Celadon Gym
 



Defeated, Erika awards the player the Rainbow Badge, which commands all Pokémon up to level 50, and enables the use of Strength in the field. She also hands over TM19 (Giga Drain), a Grass-type move that damages the opponent while restoring the user's health, as a prize.

Rocket Game Corner

 
The Prize Corner next door
 
Locations of hidden Coins

All of the prizes here are offered at extremely high prices, so the player will need a huge supply of coins to get everything. A few can be found dropped on the ground, and talking to the other players results in a few more. Aside from that, the player must either buy them—50 coins for  1,000 or 500 coins for  10,000—or take his/her chances with the slots. Some prizes are extremely rare, while others can be found only here.

At first glance, everything looks normal here. People are relaxed, having fun at the slot machines, but there is something unsettling about the guy glaring at the poster... As soon as the player approaches, he attacks. He runs off, leaving the poster exposed. Examine it to flip the switch, which reveals a set of stairs nearby, and descend into their hideout.

Coins
  50 Coins
 1000
  500 Coins
 10000

Left Window
  Smoke Ball
800C
  Miracle Seed
1000C
  Charcoal
1000C
  Mystic Water
1000C
  Yellow Flute
1600C

Middle Window (FR)
  Abra
180C
  Clefairy
500C
  Dratini
2800C
  Scyther
5500C
  Porygon
9999C

Middle Window (LG)
  Abra
120C
  Clefairy
750C
  Pinsir
2500C
  Dratini
4600C
  Porygon
6500C

Right Window
  TM13 (Ice Beam)
4000C
  TM23 (Iron Tail)
3500C
  TM24 (Thunderbolt)
4000C
  TM30 (Shadow Ball)
4500C
  TM35 (Flamethrower)
4000C

Rocket Hideout

 
Rocket Hideout, B2F
 
Rocket Hideout, B3F
 
Rocket Hideout, B4F

Team Rocket is headed by a shadowy figure known as Giovanni. This mob boss is in possession of the Silph Scope prototype, which can identify the ghosts back in Pokémon Tower. It is impossible to get past the spirits without that item, so make sure he doesn't escape with it!

B1F (north)

Grab the Escape Rope, check the potted plants for a hidden PP Up, and head downstairs.

B2F

This floor is the first area that the player encounters spin tiles. When stepped on, these send him/her spinning off to a stopper tile.

Enter the maze and follow the spin tiles to the stopper tile in the northwest. Backtrack to get the X Speed from the northeast corner. On the way southward, the player will find a Moon Stone, TM12 (Taunt), and a Super Potion. Climb the stairs to the east to find two more Rockets and a Hyper Potion, then backtrack through the maze and head down the northern stairs.

B3F

Go south past the lone Rocket to get TM21 (Frustration). Check the north hallway for a hidden Nugget, and enter the second spin tile maze. Grab the Rare Candy on the way southward, pick up the BlackGlasses near the stairs, and head down to B4F.

B4F (west)

Head west and collect the Max Ether from the table. Go north to find TM49 (Snatch) and another Rocket Grunt. He is so flustered from losing the battle that he drops the Lift Key, which activates the hideout's elevator. Take the key back to B2F.

B2F

Spin through the maze and enter the elevator in the southeast. Ride down to the east side of B4F.

B4F (east)

Grab the Calcium from the table, beat Giovanni's two guards, and step inside the final room. Giovanni's Onix and Rhyhorn are both vulnerable to Grass and Water moves, while his Kangaskhan takes serious damage from Fighting attacks.



After the battle, Giovanni disappears. Pick up the Silph Scope that he left behind, take the elevator up to the first floor, and beat one last Rocket on the way out.

Now the player can finally leave Celadon. Bring the Tea and head east to Route 7. Step inside the gate to be stopped by the guard. He automatically sniffs out the drink, and as he shares it with the other three guards, it is now possible to freely come and go through Saffron City. The Saffron Poké Mart offers the powerful Max Repel, and it may be a good idea to buy a few for the haunted tower. Ignore the rest of the city for now, and continue east to Lavender Town.


Lavender Town

Pokémon Tower

 
Pokémon Tower, 2F

Under normal conditions, the Ghosts of Pokémon Tower are totally immune to Normal- and Fighting-type attacks. Anything with a strong Ghost- or Dark-type attack, like Wartortle with Bite, is good to bring along. To avoid the random encounters, just spray on the Max Repel—after catching a Gastly, of course. One opponent is unavoidable; the rival is waiting on the second floor.

2F

By this point, he has assembled a team that includes Grass, Fire, and Water Pokémon. In addition to his starter Pokémon, the others that make up this trio may be either Exeggcute, Growlithe, or Gyarados; whichever is absent is the same type as his starter. These new additions have forced him to swap out his Raticate.

His Pidgeotto, despite leveling up and learning a new move, is still not much of a threat. Exeggcute can cause problems with its Sleep-inducing Hypnosis, but its Barrage has relatively low power. His Growlithe is still just a pup, and cannot deal serious damage yet. Gyarados' high Attack makes it a decent threat, so take the sea serpent down quickly with Electric or Rock attacks. His Kadabra can inflict decent damage with Confusion, but its other moves are no real threat. His starter has grown to level 25 and learned some new moves, but play to its weaknesses to take it down with little effort.

  If the player chose Bulbasaur:   If the player chose Charmander:   If the player chose Squirtle:






3F

 
Pokémon Tower, 3F
 
Pokémon Tower, 4F
 
Pokémon Tower, 5F
 
Pokémon Tower, 6F
 
Pokémon Tower, 7F

Grab the Escape Rope near the north wall and climb the stairs to 4F.

4F

Pick up the Elixir and Awakening in the center of the room, and the Great Ball near the south wall. Climb the western stairs.

5F

There is a Channeler in the center of the fifth floor that has not been possessed, and she maintains a purified area against the spirits. This protected zone will fully heal every Pokémon in the player's team, restoring health and eliminating any status problems. Collect the Cleanse Tag here and the Nugget from the south side before moving on.

6F

As the player approaches the stairs to the top floor, the ghost attacks and the Silph Scope activates, revealing a level 30 Marowak. This spirit cannot be caught, so all that can be done is to defeat it. Once the battle is over, the mother Marowak's spirit is calmed and departs to the afterlife, finally able to rest in peace. Take the stairs to the top floor... right to a group of Rockets.

7F

Fight off the few Rockets to reach Mr. Fuji. Speak to him, and the two leave for his home at the foot of the tower.

Volunteer Pokémon House

Speak with him again to receive the Poké Flute, an item that instantly awakens any sleeping Pokémon. This lets the player rouse the two Snorlax, west of Celadon and south of Lavender.

Head out west to return to Saffron City.

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