A colored background means that the Pokémon can be found in this location in the specified game. A white background with a colored letter means that the Pokémon cannot be found here.
The Safari Zone that once occupied the north side of Fuchsia City has relocated to Johto, beyond Routes 47 and 48. Pal Park, a preserve where Trainers may gather their Pokémon from past adventures, has opened in its place. Like always, the Fuchsia Gym stands ready to accept all challengers on the south side of town.
In Pal Park, you can gather six Pokémon at a time from anypreviousadventure, and import them to the preserve. The park is divided into five different areas—field, forest, mountain, pond, and sea—and once inside, each migrated Pokémon appears in the area that best resembles its natural habitat.
In addition to transferring Pokémon from other regions, the preserve also utilizes a rating system to calculate the value of the migrated Pokémon. The final score is reported at the end of the Catching Show by the Park Ranger, who hands out a random Berry depending on your total. Rarer and legendary Pokémon receive higher values, while common Pokémon receive lower values. Timing is also a factor; more points are awarded for completing the challenge quickly. On your first visit, the current record-holder is Silver with 2,000 points.
Fuchsia City Pokémon Gym Leader: Janine
The Poisonous Ninja Master
The Poison-specialist Fuchsia Gym is the same ninja training ground that it always has been, complete with invisible walls. However, Koga's promotion to the Elite Four left a vacant Gym Leader position, a title now held by his daughter, Janine. She and her Gym Trainers are adept at disguise, dressing alike to conceal the Gym Leader's true location. Psychic-type attacks will see the greatest effectiveness, but as many of the Pokémon here are part-Grass or part-Ground as well, they are also vulnerable to Fire and Water moves, respectively. As Janine is still inexperienced, her Pokémon's levels have only reached the 40s, so almost any attack from your battle-tested team can take them out quickly. In addition, four of her five Pokémon—all but Weezing—share a weakness to Rock-type moves. Look out for Toxic, Confuse Ray, and Explosion, and cure status ailments as soon as possible.