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<center> ''This is the Bulbapedia walkthrough for {{gameWalkthroughNotice|Gold and Silver|sGS}}. This walkthrough follows the original [[Game Boy Color]] version, '''not''' {{game|HeartGold and SoulSilver|s}}. <br> The guide for those can be found '''[[Appendix:HeartGold and SoulSilver walkthrough|here]].''''' </center>
==Mt. Silver==
[[File:Mt Silver 1F GSC.png|thumb|Mt. Silver, 1F]]
===1F===
The first chamber is the only part of [[Mt. Silver]] that is dark enough to require the use of {{m|Flash}}. Grab the [[X Accuracy]] on the southeast platform, then loop around to the west to reach an [[Escape Rope]]. West of the middle platform between the ledges is a [[Dire Hit]] hidden on the rock. The northern, largest platform opens into a T-intersection; turn left to get a [[Max Elixir|Max Elixer]], then go right and south to find a hidden [[Ultra Ball]]. Head back north to reach the opening in the northeast.
 
-----{| class="expandable" align="center" style="background: #{{locationcolor/med|cave}}; {{roundy}}; border: 5px solid #{{locationcolor/light|cave}};"
|- align="center"
! Available Pokémon
===|- Mt Silver (interior) ===
[[File:Mt Silver 1F GSC.png|thumb|left|Mt Silver, 1F]]
{{catch/header|cave}}
{{catch/entry2|075|Graveler|yes|yes|no|Cave|43|all=30%|type1=Rock|type2== 1F ====Ground}}
{{catch/entry2|095|Onix|yes|yes|no|Cave|42|all=30%|type1=Rock|type2=Ground}}
Just inside the entrance, walk to the right to find an {{DLcatch/entry2|Battle item217|X Accuracy}}. Walk to the left in a counter-clockwise loop to grab an [[Escape Rope]], and walk north to reach the central rock ledge. Pick up the {{DLUrsaring|Poké Ballyes|Ultra Ball}}, head east, and up onto the northern rock ledge. Make a left at the T-intersection to loop around for a {{DLno|no|Cave|44|Etherall=30%|Max Elixirtype1=Normal}}. Make a right at the T-intersection, and head north to reach the second floor.
{{catch/entry2|232|Donphan|no|yes|no|Cave|44|all=30%|type1=Ground}}
{| class="expandable" {{bluetablecatch/entry2|background: #{{gold color light}}; width: 30042|Golbat|yes|yes|no|Cave|45|all=5%|type1=Poison|type2=Flying}}
{{catch/entry2|246|Larvitar|yes|yes|no|Cave|15- style20|all="background: #{{gold color5%|type1=Rock|type2=Ground}};"
! Pokémon{{catch/footer|cave}}
! Time of day, Encounter rate
|-
| Golbat
| All times, 5%
|-
| Graveler
| All times, 30%
|-
| Onix
| All times, 30%
|-
| Ursaring
| All times, 30%
|-
| Larvitar
| All times, 5%
|}
{| class="expandable" {{bluetable|align="center" style="background: #{{silverlocationcolor/med|cave}}; color light{{roundy}}; widthborder: 30%5px solid #{{locationcolor/light|cave}};"
|- stylealign="background: #{{silver color}};center"
! PokémonItems
!|- Time of day, Encounter rate
|-
{{itlisth| Golbatcave}}
{{Itemlist|Ultra AllBall|Dead-end times,path 5%in the northeast corner (hidden)|G=yes|S=yes}}
{{Itemlist|-X Accuracy|On the southeast platform|G=yes|S=yes}}
{{Itemlist|Escape GravelerRope|On the southwest ledge|G=yes|S=yes}}
{{Itemlist|Dire AllHit|On timesa rock, 30%between two ledges on the east side (hidden)|G=yes|S=yes}}
{{Itemlist|-Max Elixir|Between two ledges in the northwest corner|G=yes|S=yes|display=[[Max Elixir|Max Elixer]]}}
{{itlistfoot| Onixcave}}
| All times, 30%
|-
| Donphan
| All times, 30%
|-
| Larvitar
| All times, 5%
|}
 
====[[File:Mt Silver 2F ====GSC.png|thumb|left|Mt. Silver, 2F]]
[[File:Mt Silver 2F GSC.png|thumb|right|Mt Silver, 2F]]
 
From the entryway, {{m|surf}} to the left and {{m|Waterfall|climb}} the nearby waterfall. Step onto the rock ledge, and enter the small tunnel to get a {{DL|Revive|Max Revive}}. Backtrack to the entryway, and head north onto the main rock ledge. Step down and {{m|surf}} to the east and up another waterfall. Enter this tunnel to obtain a {{DL|Potion|Full Restore}}. Exit the tunnel to the main cavern, drop down the waterfall, surf back to the west, and enter the cave to the north.===2F===
{{m|Surf}} out into the lake, climb the {{m|waterfall}}, and enter the small chamber to find a [[Max Revive]]. After that, go north to climb up a triple stairway. Climb the northeast waterfall to reach another small chamber with a [[Full Restore]]. Swim back across the lake and enter the opening to the north.
 
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! Available Pokémon
!|- Time of day, Encounter rate
|-
{{catch/header| Golbatcave}}
{{catch/entry2| All times, 5055|Golduck|yes|yes|no|Cave|48|all=30%|type1=Water}}
{{catch/entry2|-195|Quagsire|yes|yes|no|Cave|45|0%|40%|30%|type1=Water|type2=Ground}}
{{catch/entry2| Golduck217|Ursaring|yes|no|no|Cave|47|all=20%|type1=Normal}}
{{catch/entry2| All times, 30232|Donphan|no|yes|no|Cave|47|all=20%|type1=Ground}}
{{catch/entry2|-200|Misdreavus|yes|yes|no|Cave|45|0%|0%|10%|type1=Ghost}}
{{catch/entry2| Ursaring042|Golbat|yes|yes|no|Cave|48|all=5%|type1=Poison|type2=Flying}}
{{catch/entry2| All times, 246|Larvitar|yes|yes|no|Cave|15-20|all=5%|type1=Rock|type2=Ground}}
{{catch/div|-water|Surfing}}
{{catch/entry2| Larvitar119|Seaking|yes|yes|no|Surf|35-44|all=90%|type1=Water}}
{{catch/entry2| All times, 5118|Goldeen|yes|yes|no|Surf|35-39|all=10%|type1=Water}}
{{catch/div|-water|Fishing}}
{{catch/entry2|129|Magikarp|yes|yes|no|Fish QuagsireOld|10|all=85%|type1=Water}}
{{catch/entry2|118|Goldeen|yes|yes|no|Fish Day 40%, Night 30Old|10|all=15%|type1=Water}}
{{catch/entry2|-118|Goldeen|yes|yes|no|Fish Good|20|all=65%|type1=Water}}
{{catch/entry2|129|Magikarp|yes|yes|no|Fish MisdreavusGood|20|all=35%|type1=Water}}
{{catch/entry2|118|Goldeen|yes|yes|no|Fish Night 10Super|40|all=70%|type1=Water}}
{{catch/entry2|-129|Magikarp|yes|yes|no|Fish Super|40|all=20%|type1=Water}}
{{catch/entry2|119|Seaking|yes|yes|no|Fish MagikarpSuper|40|all=10%|type1=Water}}
| All times, {{tt|85%|Old Rod}} catch/ {{tt|35%|Good Rod}} / {{tt|20%footer|Super Rodcave}}
|-
| Goldeen
| All times, {{tt|15%|Old Rod}} / {{tt|65%|Good Rod}} / {{tt|70%|Super Rod}} / {{tt|10%|Surfing}}
|-
| Seaking
| All times, {{tt|90%|Surfing}}
|}
{| class="expandable" {{bluetable|align="center" style="background: #{{silverlocationcolor/med|cave}}; color light{{roundy}}; widthborder: 30%5px solid #{{locationcolor/light|cave}};"
|- stylealign="background: #{{silver color}};center"
! PokémonItems
!|- Time of day, Encounter rate
|-
{{itlisth| Golbatcave}}
{{Itemlist|Max AllRevive|In timesthe small southern chamber (requires {{m|Surf}}, 5%{{m|Waterfall}})|G=yes|S=yes}}
{{Itemlist|-Full Restore|In the small northeast chamber (requires {{m|Surf}}, {{m|Waterfall}})|G=yes|S=yes}}
{{itlistfoot| Golduckcave}}
| All times, 30%
|-
| Donphan
| All times, 20%
|-
| Larvitar
| All times, 5%
|-
| Quagsire
| Day 40%, Night 30%
|-
| Misdreavus
| Night 10%
|-
| Magikarp
| All times, {{tt|85%|Old Rod}} / {{tt|35%|Good Rod}} / {{tt|20%|Super Rod}}
|-
| Goldeen
| All times, {{tt|15%|Old Rod}} / {{tt|65%|Good Rod}} / {{tt|70%|Super Rod}} / {{tt|10%|Surfing}}
|-
| Seaking
| All times, {{tt|90%|Surfing}}
|}
 
{{-}}
[[File:Mt. Silver Summit GSC.png|thumb|Mt Silver, 3F]]
===Summit===
Cross the land bridge to meet the strongest opponent in the game, former Champion {{ga|Red}}. His is the highest-leveled team of any Trainer, ranging from 73 to 81. To stand a chance against him, it is advisable to raise a team to about level 75. Even with a type advantage, Red's Pokémon won't go down without a fight.
 
Red's {{p|Pikachu}} is incredibly high-leveled, so its {{type|Electric}} moves can deal some serious damage. But even so, it is still vulnerable to {{type|Ground}} attacks like {{m|Earthquake}}. {{p|Espeon}} can be dangerous for any Pokémon with low {{stat|Special Defense}}, so take it out fast with {{t|Ghost}}- or {{type|Dark}} attacks. {{p|Snorlax}} knows {{m|Rest}} and {{m|Snore}}, so it can both heal itself and attack while asleep; use {{type|Fighting}} moves like {{m|Cross Chop}} to take down his {{type|Normal}} behemoth. {{p|Venusaur}} can't stand extreme {{t|Fire|heat}} or {{t|Ice|cold}}. Look out for its {{m|Sunny Day}}, which lets it use {{m|SolarBeam}} without charging, and fully restore its health with {{m|Synthesis}}. {{p|Charizard}} is vulnerable to water and electricity, and takes massive damage from {{type|Rock}} moves. Lastly, his {{p|Blastoise}} is susceptible to {{t|Grass}}- and Electric-type attacks, but can retaliate with {{m|Blizzard}}.
 
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|{{Pokémon/2|game=Gold and Silver
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[[File:Mt Silver 3F GSC.png|thumb{{Pokémon/2|left|Mtgame=Gold and Silver, 3F]]
|ndex=143|pokemon=Snorlax
|type1=Normal
|level=75|gender=male
|move1=Amnesia|move1type=Psychic
|move2=Snore|move2type=Normal
|move3=Rest|move3type=Psychic
|move4=Body Slam|move4type=Normal}}
 
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|{{Pokémon/2|game=Gold and Silver
|ndex=003|pokemon=Venusaur
|type1=Grass|type2=Poison
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|move1=Sunny Day|move1type=Fire
|move2=Giga Drain|move2type=Grass
|move3=Synthesis|move3type=Grass
|move4=SolarBeam|move4type=Grass}}
 
Walk across the land bridge, and you'll come face-to-face with the last great challenge of the game - the former League Champion, [[Red (game)|PKMN Trainer Red]]. He commands the highest-leveled team in the {{Pokémon/2|game, ranging from level 73 to level 81. In order to take on his team, your Pokémon will need to be able to counter all of his team's types. Even with a type advantage, your team will need to be level 75 at the very least in order to stand a chance. With the right team,=Gold and a huge stock of potions, you should be able to defeat this legendary Trainer and finally become the ultimate Pokémon master!Silver
|ndex=006|pokemon=Charizard
|type1=Fire|type2=Flying
|level=77|gender=male
|move1=Flamethrower|move1type=Fire
|move2=Wing Attack|move2type=Flying
|move3=Slash|move3type=Normal
|move4=Fire Spin|move4type=Fire}}
 
|{{Pokémon/2|game=Gold and Silver
|ndex=009|pokemon=Blastoise
|type1=Water
|level=77|gender=male
|move1=Rain Dance|move1type=Water
|move2=Blizzard|move2type=Ice
|move3=Surf|move3type=Water
|move4=Whirlpool|move4type=Water}}
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*Defeated, Forhe hispauses {{p|Pikachu}}, usefor a strongsecond {{type|Ground}}in movestunned likesilence. Then in the blink of an eye, Red is {{m|Earthquake}}gone. It {{t|Flying}}-is andpossible to battle {{type|Water}}shim bewareagain, {{m|Thunderbolt}}by defeating the Elite Four again and {{m|Thunder}}returning to the mountaintop. A moment later, the credits roll for the second time but the game is not saved automatically - you will causeresume ayour worldadventure ofjust pain!outside the [[Pokémon Center]] next to [[Mt. Silver]].
* When facing his {{p|Espeon}}, the {{type|Dark}} is the best type of offense. Moves like {{m|Bite}} and {{m|Crunch}} will work best here.
* With {{p|Snorlax}} on the field, your best bet is a {{type|Fighting}}. A move like {{m|Cross Chop}} or {{m|Seismic Toss}} is ideal. <br> Be careful, since it knows {{m|Rest}} and {{m|Snore}} it can both heal itself and attack while asleep!
* Against {{p|Venusaur}}, the ideal attacks are of the {{t|Fire}}- and {{type|Flying}}s. Be aware that {{m|Sunny Day}} has a three-pronged effect:
:: => Single-turn {{m|SolarBeam}}
:: => {{m|Synthesis}} restores full health
:: => Strengthens {{p|Charizard}}'s attacks (when used before Charizard is KO'd)
* Fighting against {{p|Charizard}}, the ideal attacks are of the {{t|Water}}- and {{type|Electric}}s. Hit it with {{m|Surf}} or {{m|Thunderbolt}}, and it won't be around for too long.
* Against {{p|Blastoise}}, use a powerful {{t|Electric}}- or {{type|Grass}} attack, like {{m|Thunderbolt}} or {{m|SolarBeam}}. <br> Be aware that it knows {{m|Blizzard}}, so {{type|Grass}}s should be on their guard.
 
Having scaled [[Mt. Silver]] and defeated the legendary Trainer, the only thing left to do is to complete the Pokédex. {{game|Gold and Silver|s}} brought the total number of Pokémon up to 251, so there is plenty of training left to do!
 
 
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After defeating him, Red pauses for a second, then the screen blacks out. When the "smoke clears", Red is gone. <br>
Now the credits roll, for the second time. <br><br><br>
Congratulations, you've finally defeated every possible opposing Trainer! <br> The only thing left to do (if you haven't done it yet) is to complete the Pokédex as much as possible. {{game|Gold and Silver|s}} brought the total number of Pokémon up to 251, so get going!
 
 
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