Goldenrod Department Store

Goldenrod Department Store コガネひゃっかてん
Kogane Department Store
"Full Selection of Pokémon Goods!"
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Location: Goldenrod City
Region: Johto
Generations: II, IV
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Location of Goldenrod Department Store in Johto.
Pokémon world locations
Goldenrod Department Store in Generation II

The Goldenrod Department Store (Japanese: コガネひゃっかてん Kogane Department Store) is the largest store in Johto. It is located in south central Goldenrod City, just north-east of the southern entrance to the city, and contains many items not found in a traditional Poké Mart. It is the Johto region's direct equivalent of Kanto's Celadon Department Store.

Floors

1F Service Counter

Here, a receptionist welcomes customers. This is also where the postman delivers items.

2F Trainer's Market

This floor's slogan is "Your Travel Companion." It sells basic equipment and items Pokémon Trainers might need in their journeys.

Upper cashier (Generation II)
  Potion
 300
  Super Potion
 700
  Antidote
 100
  Parlyz Heal
 200
  Awakening
 250
  Burn Heal
 250
  Ice Heal
 250
Lower cashier (Generation II)
  Poké Ball
 200
  Great Ball
 600
  Escape Rope
 550
  Repel
 350
  Revive
 1500
  Full Heal
 600
  Poké Doll
 1000
  Flower Mail
 50


Upper cashier (Generation IV)
  Poké Ball
 200
  Great Ball
 600
  Ultra Ball
 1200
  Escape Rope
 550
  Poké Doll
 1000
  Repel
 350
  Super Repel
 500
  Max Repel
 700
  Grass Mail
 50
  Flame Mail
 50
  Bubble Mail
 50
  Space Mail
 50
Lower cashier (Generation IV)
  Potion
 300
  Super Potion
 700
  Hyper Potion
 1200
  Max Potion
 2500
  Revive
 1500
  Antidote
 100
  Paralyze Heal
 250
  Burn Heal
 250
  Ice Heal
 250
  Awakening
 250
  Full Heal
 600


3F Battle Collection

"For Victory Seekers" is the slogan of this floor. It sells temporary stat-enhancing items.

Generation II
  X Speed
 350
  X Special
 350
  X Defend
 550
  X Attack
 500
  Dire Hit
 650
  Guard Spec.
 700
  X Accuracy
 950
Generation IV
  X Speed
 350
  X Attack
 500
  X Defend
 550
  Guard Spec.
 700
  Dire Hit
 650
  X Accuracy
 950
  X Special
 350
  X Sp. Def
 350


4F Medicine Box

A pharmacy selling permanent stat-enhancing items is located on this floor. Its slogan is "Let us pump up your Pokémon!". The items are the same in both Generation II and IV.

Generation II
  Protein
 9800
  Iron
 9800
  Carbos
 9800
  Calcium
 9800
  HP Up
 9800
Generation IV
  Protein
 9800
  Iron
 9800
  Calcium
 9800
  Zinc
 9800
  Carbos
 9800
  HP Up
 9800


5F TM Corner

This floor is devoted to the sale of Technical Machines. The poster on the wall declares "Customize Your Pokémon!" Talking to the little girl on this floor unlocks the Mystery Gift option. There is also a man who wants to trade a Drowzee (Abra in Crystal) for a Machop.

On Sundays, a woman will appear who will give the player TM27 (Return) if the lead Pokémon in the player's party has high friendship or TM21 (Frustration) if it has low friendship. While in the Generation II games she will only give one TM a week, in HeartGold and SoulSilver, once she has given the player one of the TMs, she will not give either again any time afterwards. If the Pokémon's friendship is neutral, she will not give the player any TM, but they may still show her a different Pokémon to get one.

Generation II
  TM41 (ThunderPunch)
 3000
  TM48 (Fire Punch)
 3000
  TM33 (Ice Punch)
 3000
  TM02 (Headbutt)
Must have received TM02 from Ilex Forest first
 2000
  TM08 (Rock Smash)
Must have received TM08 from Route 36 first
 1000
Generation IV
  TM70 (Flash)
 1000
  TM17 (Protect)
 2000
  TM54 (False Swipe)
 2000
  TM83 (Natural Gift)
 2000
  TM16 (Light Screen)
 2000
  TM33 (Reflect)
 2000
  TM22 (SolarBeam)
 3000
  TM52 (Focus Blast)
 5500
  TM38 (Fire Blast)
 5500
  TM25 (Thunder)
 5500
  TM14 (Blizzard)
 5500
  TM15 (Hyper Beam)
 7500


6F Rooftop Atrium

A picnic table and some Vending Machines are located on this floor. A sign implores customers to "Take a Break from Shopping". In Gold and Silver as well as in HeartGold and SoulSilver, this is the uppermost floor, but in Pokémon Crystal, there is an additional flight of stairs leading up to a higher floor. This floor is called the Rooftop Square in Gold and Silver, while in Crystal it is called Tranquil Square.

Generations II & IV
  Fresh Water
 200
  Soda Pop
 300
  Lemonade
 350


In addition to the Vending Machines, in Generation IV there is a raffle that can be entered for  300 where the player may win a Berry (~55% chance), a type of Poké Ball (~35% chance), or a TM (~10% chance). The first and second prizes change depending on the day of the week. The player may play the raffle as many times as they wish.

Lottery prizes by day:

Day First prize Second prize
Sunday TM02 (Dragon Claw) Luxury Ball
Monday TM65 (Shadow Claw) Nest Ball
Tuesday TM91 (Flash Cannon) Repeat Ball
Wednesday TM57 (Charge Beam) Net Ball
Thursday TM60 (Drain Punch) Quick Ball
Friday TM42 (Facade) Dusk Ball
Saturday TM62 (Silver Wind) Timer Ball
Third prize (random)
Cheri Berry
Chesto Berry
Pecha Berry
Rawst Berry
Aspear Berry
Oran Berry
Persim Berry

Rooftop Lookout

A floor exclusive to Pokémon Crystal, the rooftop cannot be accessed by the elevator; instead the player must travel up the final flight of stairs. Some binoculars let spectators see things far away. Some people go up to the rooftop to take a break from shopping. There are also some Vending Machines for Pokémon dolls, but the player cannot buy anything from them as they are "almost empty".

There will occasionally be a Rooftop Sale, allowing the player to buy several items. When the Rooftop Sale occurs, Camper Todd will call the player on the Pokégear to tell them about it. The items available will change after the player has entered the Hall of Fame.

Before Hall of Fame
  Poké Ball
 150
  Great Ball
 500
  Super Potion
 500
  Full Heal
 500
  Revive
 1200
After Hall of Fame
  Hyper Potion
 1000
  Full Restore
 600
  Ultra Ball
 1000
  Protein
 7800
  Full Heal
 500


Basement

The basement is only accessible from the Department Store via the elevator.

A team of workers and a Machoke are moving boxes around. The player gets told off by the worker for going down and distracting them. This is one of the endpoints of the Goldenrod Tunnel. Every time the player enters the area, the boxes will be moved in various places, allowing access to items that are on the ground in blocked rooms.

In HeartGold and SoulSilver, talking to the workers will cause each Machoke to move a box, allowing access to each blocked room and the items inside them, with no need to leave and reenter the area.

Items

Item Location Games
  Ultra Ball Basement; eastern side  G  S  C  HG  SS 
  Ether Basement; southern side  G  S  C  HG  SS 
  Burn Heal Basement; northern side  G  S  C  HG  SS 
  Amulet Coin Basement; accessible via the Goldenrod Tunnel Warehouse  G  S  C  HG  SS 
  Antidote Basement; small box, south of the elevator (hidden)  HG  SS 
  Super Potion Basement; large brown box on the right, southwest of the elevator (hidden)  HG  SS 
  Parlyz Heal Basement; westernmost large brown box (hidden)  HG  SS 
  TM27 (Return) 5F; from a woman behind the counter if the player's lead Pokémon has high enough friendshipSu  G  S  C  HG  SS 
  TM21 (Frustration) 5F; from a woman behind the counter if the player's lead Pokémon has low enough friendshipSu  G  S  C  HG  SS 
  Gold Berry 5F; held by Muscle, a Machop the player receives in a trade  G  S  C 
  Macho Brace 5F; held by Muscle, a Machop the player receives in a trade  HG  SS 

Pokémon

Generation II

  Pokémon     Games     Location     Levels     Rate  
Special Pokémon
  Machop
G S C
  Trade
Drowzee
The same as the Traded Pokémon One
  Machop
G S C
  Trade
Abra
The same as the Traded Pokémon One
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.


Generation IV

  Pokémon     Games     Location     Levels     Rate  
Special Pokémon
  Machop
HG SS
  Trade
Drowzee
The same as the Traded Pokémon One
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.


Layout

Basement

Version First visit Second visit Third visit
Gold      
Silver
Crystal
 
HeartGold  
SoulSilver
 

1F-Rooftop

Version 1F 2F 3F 4F 5F 6F Rooftop
Gold            
Silver
Crystal            
HeartGold            
SoulSilver
 



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