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<center><i> This is the Bulbapedia walkthrough for [[Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver Versions]]. This walkthrough follows the remade [[Nintendo DS]] versions, <b>not</b> {{gameWalkthroughNotice|Gold and Silver|sHGSS}}. <br> The guide for those can be found <b>[[Appendix:Gold and Silver walkthrough|here]]</b>.</i></center>
 
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==Azalea Town==
===Azalea Gym===
 
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The [[Azalea Gym]] hasis undergonecrawling quitewith a{{type|Bug}} few changes since the days of Gold and SilverPokémon. This time around{{t|Fire}}-, the Gym is divided into three separate platforms (entrance, center{{t|Flying}}-, and rear),{{type|Rock}} andPokémon Trainersall musthave ridean theadvantage spider-themedwhen kartsbattling overinsects. webs made of rope to reach theThe Gym's Leader.design Itincludes mayseveral seem{{p|Spinarak}}-like confusing,lifts butthat thecrawl kartsacross willplanks alwayssuspended makeover thelarge firstspider turn they come towebs. To reachAt the first junior Trainer (Bug Catcher Al), step on the center kart; otherwiseentrance, take the leftsouthwest onelift to reach the center platform to fight Bug Catcher Benny. To battle Bug Catcher Josh, flipIgnore the blue leverswitch and step on the kart. Ride the kart back to the center platformhere, and fliptake the blue switch again, before ridingnext itlift to the northwest to fight Twins Amy & Maycorner. Flip the blue switch by the twins,here and ridetake the kartlift south,to wherethe you'llwest flipside of the redcenter switchplatform. Step onFlip the kartred againswitch toand reach [[Bugsy]] atride the rearlift ofto the Gym Leader.
 
The biggest challenge with [[Bugsy]] is his {{p|Scyther}}. This mantis' high {{stat|Attack}} lets it hit hard with {{m|U-turn}} before switching out. When used after {{m|Leer}}, this move inflicts even greater damage. The best defense is using {{t|Rock}} Pokémon, like {{p|Geodude}} and {{p|Onix}}, which take little damage from Scyther's blades. Offensively, [[TM39]] can be used to teach {{m|Rock Tomb}}, a strong attack that lowers the target's {{stat|Speed}}.
 
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After his defeatDefeated, [[Bugsy]] awards you the {{badge|Hive}}. This, Badgewhich commandsensures obedience from all Pokémon ofup to level 30 or less, and allowsenables the use of {{m|Cut}} in the field. He also giveshands youover {{TM|89|U-turn}} as a prize. Ride the karts back out of the Gym, and rest up. Head west towards [[Ilex Forest]], and you'll be stopped by [[Silver (game)|that red-haired thief]].
 
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Heal up at the Poké Center after the battle, and head into the forest.
 
==Ilex Forest==
[[File:Ilex Forest HGSS.png|thumb|Ilex Forest]]
 
This[[Ilex large, shadowy forestForest]] is a natural maze. ItThe large, shadowy forest has become so overgrown in recent years that amany handful of newyoung trees have sproutedtaken up,root. butOne oneof hasthese chosenwayward an inconvenient spot to grow,saplings blockingblocks the pathtrail northleading past the [[Ilex Shrine]]. Without {{HM|01|Cut}}, noit Trainersis canimpossible maketo it throughreach the hardyother forestside.
 
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{{Catch/entryhs|010|Caterpie|yes|no|WalkingGrass|5-6|50%|60%|0%|type1=bug}}
{{Catch/entryhs|011013|Metapod|yesWeedle|no|Walkingyes|Grass|5-6|3050%|3060%|0%|type1=bug|type2=poison}}
{{Catch/entryhs|013011|WeedleMetapod|yes|no|yes|WalkingGrass|5-6|5030%|6030%|0%|type1=bug|type2=poison}}
{{Catch/entryhs|014|Kakuna|no|yes|WalkingGrass|5-6|30%|30%|0%|type1=bug|type2=poison}}
{{Catch/entryhs|041|Zubat|yes|yes|WalkingGrass|5-6|5%|5%|25%|type1=poison|type2=flying}}
{{Catch/entryhs|043046|OddishParas|yes|yes|WalkingGrass|5-6|015%|05%|6015%|type1=grassbug|type2=poisongrass}}
{{Catch/entryhs|046043|ParasOddish|yes|yes|WalkingGrass|5-6|150%|50%|1560%|type1=buggrass|type2=grasspoison}}
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{{Catch/entryhs|014012|Kakuna|noButterfree|yes|no|Headbutt|?6-8|all=Unknown10%|type1=bug|type2=poisonflying|10=j}}
{{Catch/entryhs|015|Beedrill|no|yes|Headbutt|?6-8|all=Unknown10%|type1=bug|type2=poison|10=j}}
{{Catch/entryhs|204163|PinecoHoothoot|yes|yes|Headbutt|?3-5|all=Unknown60%|type1=bugnormal|type2=flying|10=j}}
{{Catch/entryhs|163|Hoothoot|yes|yes|Headbutt|?6-8|all=Unknown50%|type1=normal|type2=flying|10=j}}
{{Catch/entryhs|164|Noctowl|yes|yes|Headbutt|?6-8|all=Unknown10%|type1=normal|type2=flying|10=j}}
{{catchCatch/diventryhs|water204|FishPineco|yes|yes|Headbutt|6-8|all=30%|type1=bug|10=j}}
{{catch/div|water|Fishing}}
{{catch/entryhs|129|Magikarp|yes|yes|Fish Old|10|all=95%|type1=water}}
{{catch/entryhs|060|Poliwag|yes|yes|Fish Old|10|all=5%|type1=water}}
{{catch/footer|forest}}
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{{itlistbod|Full Heal|North side, near the two isolated trees (hidden)|HGSS|display={{DL|Status ailment healing item|Full Heal}}}}
{{itlistbod|TinyMushroom|
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{{itlistbod|TM Dark|From the woman with her {{p|Butterfree}} in the north gate|HGSS|display={{TM|12|Taunt}}}}
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===Rescue the wily Farfetch'd!===
{{to|Azalea}}'s Charcoal Man has not seen his apprentice since he went into the forest. He can be found just north of the entrance, and it seems that the two {{p|Farfetch'd}} that cut down trees for them have wandered off and gotten lost. They get spooked easily, so you must sneak up from behind to catch them.
 
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* The second duck is a little trickier to catch. You'll approach it from the south, but you need to chase it to the northeast corner, surrounded by three trees. Step on the twigs to the east, avoid the pile to the north, and approach it from the west.
After both Farfetch'd have been rounded up, the Charcoal Maker walks up, and gives you {{HM|01|Cut}} as thanks for saving his business. If you return to the Charcoal Kiln in Azalea, the apprentice will give you a free {{DL|Type-enhancing item|Charcoal}} as a reward. Since you already have the Hive Badge, you are free to explore the rest of the forest.
 
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===TheMove Headbutt GuyTutor===
In the center of the forest, east of the pond, is a man who offers to teach {{m|Headbutt}} to a Pokémon. In battle, Headbutt has a power of 70 and a 30% chance of causing the target to {{DL|Status ailment|flinch}}. In the field, it can be used on any tree in an attempt to knock down a Pokémon. This is the only way to find {{p|Pineco}}, {{p|Heracross}}, and {{p|Aipom}}.
 
In===Kimono theGirl center of the forest, east of the small pond, is a guy that will offer to teach your Pokémon a useful move. Like in {{game3|Gold and Silver|Generation II|s}}, {{m|headbutt}}ing a tree may knock a Pokémon out of it. The difference is, unlike Gold and Silver where you could only headbutt small pine trees, this time you can headbutt any tree. This is the only way to find Pokémon like {{p|Pineco}}, {{p|Heracross}}, and {{p|Aipom}}, so put it to good use!2===
In the northeast part of the forest, you meet the second of the [[Kimono Girls]], who seems to be lost. Agree to help her, and your lead Pokémon shows her the way out.
 
North===Lured ofinto the Move Tutor is the second of the [[Kimono Girl]]s, who seems to be lost. Agree to help her, and your partner Pokémon will show her the way. Don't forget to grab the Ether nearby.Action===
Inside the forest's northern gate, behind the counter, is a woman with her {{p|Butterfree}}. Speak to her to receive {{TM|12|Taunt}}. Taunt prevents the target from using [[status moves]] for several turns.
===Another TM===
 
Inside the forest's northern [[gate]] is a woman with a Butterfree behind the counter; talk to her to receive {{TM|12|Taunt}}. Exit the gate to {{rt|34|Johto}}.
 
==Route 34==
[[File:Johto Route 34 MapHGSS.png|thumb|left|Route 34]]
[[File:Day Care HGSS.png|thumb|left|Inside the Daycare, with Skitty and Wailord]]
 
Route 34 is a fairly short route that connects Ilex Forest and Goldenrod City, but one of the most important areas in the game is located here. The [[Pokémon Daycare]], like its counterpart on Kanto's Route 5, allows Trainers to leave their Pokémon to be raised by an elderly couple. As you approach, Lyra/Ethan shows up to visit the couple, who is revealed to be her/his grandparents. Your neighbor gives you her/his phone number before leaving, and the Daycare Man stops you on your way out to give you both his and his wife's numbers. This way, you can call to check on your Pokémon anytime. Any Pokémon left here will gain 1 EXP for every step you take. However, the Johto Daycare accepts up to two Pokémon to raise at once. If both a male and female are left together, you may return to find that the old couple has found an egg. Keep the egg in your party like you did with [[Mr. Pokémon]]'s {{p|Togepi}}, and it will hatch a few hours later. This is the only way to get more members of a certain species (like {{p|Eevee}}) and baby Pokémon (like {{p|Pichu}})! If you don't have a compatible male-female pair, not to worry - track down a {{p|Ditto}}; that shapeshifting blob can mate with almost anything.
 
Make sure to trade phone numbers with Picnicker Gina near the fence - after beating her in a rematch, she'll give you a {{evostone|Leaf Stone}}.
 
 
{{rt|34|Johto}} is a seaside route stretching between [[Ilex Forest]] and [[Goldenrod City]]. The [[Pokémon Day Care]], where an elderly couple care for Trainers' Pokémon, is located here.
 
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{{catch/div|water|Requires {{color2|000|Surf (move)|Surf}}}}
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{{Trainerentry|Spr HGSS Ace Trainer F.png|Ace Trainer|Jenn|3000<br><sup>(w/ Ace Trainer Irene)</sup>|2|120|Staryu||24|None|121|Starmie||26|None}}
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{{Trainerentry|Spr HGSS Ace Trainer F.png|Ace Trainer|Jenn|1500|2|120|Staryu||24|None|121|Starmie||26|None|36=マリカ|37=Marika}}
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{{Trainerentry|Spr HGSS Ace Trainer F.png|Ace Trainer|Kate|1680|2|090|Shellder|F|26|None|091|Cloyster|F|28|None|36=マリア|37=Maria}}
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{{Catch/header|land|yes}}
{{catch/entryhs|096|Drowzee|yes|yes|Grass|10-12|all=50%|type1=Psychic}}
{{catch/entryhs|019|Rattata|yes|yes|Grass|11-13|all=35%|type1=Normal}}
{{catch/entryhs|063|Abra|yes|yes|Grass|10|all=10%|type1=Psychic}}
{{catch/entryhs|096|Drowzee|yes|yes|Grass|10-12|all=50%|type1=Psychic}}
{{catch/entryhs|132|Ditto|yes|yes|Grass|10|all=5%|type1=Normal}}
{{Catch/div|water|FishFishing}}
{{catch/entryhs|129|Magikarp|yes|yes|Fish Old|10|all=95%|type1=Water}}
{{catch/entryhs|098|Krabby|yes|yes|Fish Old|10|all=5%|type1=Water}}
{{catch/div|land|Headbutt}}
{{catch/entryhs|102|Exeggcute|yes|yes|Headbutt|9-12|all=20%|type1=Grass|type2=Psychic|10=j}}
{{catch/entryhs|163|Hoothoot|yes|yes|Headbutt|9-12|all=50%|type1=Normal|type2=Flying|10=j}}
{{catch/entryhs|165|Ledyba|no|yes|Headbutt|11-12|all=30%|type1=Bug|type2=Flying|10=j}}
{{catch/entryhs|167|Spinarak|yes|no|Headbutt|11-12|all=30%|type1=Bug|type2=Poison|10=j}}
{{catch/entryhs|204|Pineco|yes|yes|Headbutt|9-10|all=30%|type1=Bug|10=j}}
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{{Itemlistitlistbod|TM Dark|Just southeastNorth of Goldenrodthe Day Care, nearin Camperthe Todd|HG=yestall grass|SS=yesHGSS|display={{TM|63|Embargo}}}}
{{Itemlistitlistbod|Leaf Stone|From Picnicker Gina, after beatingdefeating her in a rematch|HG=yesHGSS|SSdisplay=yes{{evostone|Leaf Stone}}}}
{{Itemlistcatch/div|Nuggetwater|WestRequires of Picnicker Gina{{color2|000|Surf (requires Surfmove)|HG=yes|SS=yesSurf}}}}
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{{itlistbod|Power Herb|From Ace Trainer Kate in the southern area, after defeating the three sisters|HGSS|display={{DL|In-battle effect item|Power Herb}}}}
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Head===Pokémon northDay to reach Johto's tech-mecca, [[Goldenrod City]].Care===
As you approach from the south, Lyra/Ethan approaches from the north to visit the couple, who turn out to be her/his grandparents. She/He gives you her/his phone number before leaving, and the Day-Care Man gives out both his and his wife's numbers. This allows you to check up on your Pokémon at any time.
 
Any Pokémon left here will gain one [[Experience|experience point]] for every step taken. However, the Johto Day Care accepts up to two Pokémon to raise at once. If both a male and female are left together, the old couple may find an [[Pokémon Egg|Egg]]. Travel with the Egg for a while, and it will eventually hatch. This is the only way to get more members of a certain species, like {{p|Eevee}}, and baby Pokémon, like {{p|Pichu}}. In place of a compatible pair, a shape-shifting {{p|Ditto}} makes a great substitute.
 
===Later...===
 
Return to Route 34 once you can {{m|surf}}. Swim south from the Daycare to find a small path leading into the trees. A trio of Ace Trainers challenges you, and defeating all three gets you a {{DL|In-battle effect item|Power Herb}}, a single-use item that allows the use of two-turn moves (like {{m|SolarBeam}}) to attack right away, without charging up first. All three of these trainers mainly specialize in {{type|Water}}s so bring an {{t|Electric}} or a {{type|Grass}} to bring them down.
 
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