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Appendix:Red and Blue walkthrough/Section 8

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=== Rock Tunnel ===
Rest up, because the nearest Poké Center is located on the other end of [[Rock Tunnel]], in [[Lavender Town]]. It's a good idea to bring an [[Escape Rope]] or two, something that can {{m|dig}}, and maybe a few [[Repel]]s. It is also recommended to bring a Pokémon that can {{m|Flash|illuminate}} the dark pathways. Be aware that there are 15 Trainers wandering inside the tunnel.
Rest up, because the nearest Poké Center is located on the other end of [[Rock Tunnel]], in [[Lavender Town]]. It's a good idea to bring an [[Escape Rope]] or two, something that can {{m|dig}}, and maybe a few [[Repel]]s. It is also recommended to bring a Pokémon that can {{m|Flash|illuminate}} the dark pathways. Be aware that there are 15 Trainers wandering inside the tunnel.
 
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==== 1F ====
The area near the entrance is pretty linear, so beat the PokéManiac and take the stairs down to B1F.
 
==== B1F ====
This section has five Trainers (though the last is optional). Get some battle [[experience]], and find the next stairway.
 
==== 1F ====
Three Trainers here, walk around to the right to find the stairs.
 
==== B1F ====
Another three Trainers line the tunnel here. The stairs to 1F are located in the northwest corner.
 
==== 1F ====
Three Trainers left! Defeat the three Jr. Trainers, and look for the exit to the south.
 
== Route 10 (south) ==
[[ImageFile:R10rby.PNG|thumb|100px|right|Route 10]]
 
Finally, fresh air and sunlight! As grueling as it may have been, all that battling was worth about {{pdollar}}11000, and it's not over yet! If medical attention is an issue, walk to the right to avoid the four Trainers loitering outside the tunnel (and check the lone tree for a {{DL|Ether|Max Ether}}). Proceed south to enter [[Lavender Town]].
 
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== Lavender Town ==
[[ImageFile:Lavenderrby.PNG|thumb|left|Lavender Town]]
 
Lavender is a tiny town, but it does have a few notable buildings. The Poké Mart in the southeast sells some handy new items, including [[Revive]]s (which restores a fainted Pokémon to 1/2-health) and {{DL|Poké Ball|Great Ball}}s (an upgrade of the traditional Poké Ball).
 
=== The Name Rater ===
The house near the town's southern exit is home to the [[Name Rater]], a man who judges the nicknames that Trainers give to their Pokémon. An odd occupation, but his services are free, so Trainers are free to change their Pokémon's nicknames as often as they would like.
 
=== Abduction! ===
Kindly old [[Mr. Fuji]], head of the Lavender Volunteer Pokémon House, has gone missing. His disappearance may have some connection to the recent paranormal activity occurring in the nearby [[Pokémon Tower]]. There's nothing to do about it right now, but keep an eye out for clues...
 
[[ImageFile:LiteralGhost_rby.png|thumb|right|You can't battle them if you don't know what they are!]]
=== Pokémon Tower ===
[[Pokémon Tower]], where departed Pokémon are laid to rest, appears to be the source of the town's problems. Having a connection to the spirit world, most wild Pokémon found inside are {{type2|Ghost}}s. The rival is on the tower's second floor, but Trainers can put off that battle until later by avoiding the tower for right now. The spirit world's influence strengthens beyond the second floor, where [[Literal ghost|ghosts]] and possessed [[Channeler]]s are commonplace, but without a {{DL|List of key items in Generation I|Silph Scope}}, Trainers are unable to climb to the tower's top floor.
 
==== Restless Spirits ====
Most [[Literal Ghost|ghosts]] inside the tower are actual Pokémon in disguise that can be battled or captured once obtaining the Silph Scope. {{p|Gastly}} and {{p|Haunter}} are two of the only three {{type2|Ghost}}s in the game (the third being {{p|Gengar}}), so it's worthwhile to track them down. The one true restless spirit in the tower blocks access to the final floor, but since Trainers can't do anything but run from it, it's best to ignore it for now. There are rumors of a Silph Scope prototype in Celadon City, so pack up and head west.
 
 
== Route 8 ==
[[ImageFile:R8rby.PNG|thumb|400px|left|Route 8]]
 
[[Celadon City]] lies to the west, but [[Saffron City]] stands in the way. {{m|Cut}} down one of the trees here to reach the patch of tall grass, where a new {{type2|Fire}} can be found. No one is currently allowed through the guardhouse, so enter the house to the north and take the [[Underground Path (Routes 7-8)|Lavender-Celadon Underground]] that runs west underneath Saffron. Remember to use the {{DL|List of key items in Generation I|Itemfinder}} in the tunnel to search for lost valuables. The tunnel emerges on {{rt|7|Kanto}}.
 
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== Route 7 ==
[[ImageFile:R7rbyRoute 7 RBY.PNGpng|thumb|left|Route 7]]
 
This tiny route leads Trainers straight into Celadon City in the west. The tall grass here is a good way for a Trainer to raise their Pokémon (which should be at least Lv 30 before challenging the [[Celadon Gym]]). Now let's check out the big city.
 
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