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Overhauled the Pokémon lists, and fixed a few bits of trivia. Let me know If I messed up something.
==Pokémon Class==
Ignoring glitches and tradebacks from [[Generation II]], the following Pokémon may be legitimately obtained and entered into the cup.
 
A Pokémon with a * next to the version can only be obtained by trading across different versions, while a Pokémon with ** can only be obtained in the Japanese versions with the [[Pokémon Blue Version (Japanese)|Japanese Blue]].
 
{| style="margin:auto; background: #{{red color}}; {{roundy|10px}}; border: 3px solid #{{red color}};"
|{{MS|037}}
|{{p|Vulpix}}
|{{gameabbrev1|B}}{{gameabbrev1|Y}}
|15{{sup/1|B}}, 18{{sup/1|Y}}
|{{rt|78|Kanto}}{{sup/1|B}}; [[Celadon Game Corner|Rocket Game Corner]]{{sup/1|Y}}
|Yes
|-
|{{MS|038}}
|{{p|Ninetales}}
|{{gameabbrev1|B}}{{gameabbrev1|Y}}
|15{{sup/1|B}}, 18{{sup/1|Y}}
|Evolve Vulpix
|Yes
|{{MS|047}}
|{{p|Parasect}}
|{{gameabbrev1|RBYRB}}{{tt|*|requires trading with Pokémon Yellow}}
|15
|Catch a low level Venonat{{sup/1|Y}}, then trade it for Tangela at the <br>[[Cinnabar Island]] lab{{sup/1|RB}}. Trade Tangela for Parasect at {{rt|18|Kanto}}{{sup/1|Y}}.
|{{MS|051}}
|{{p|Dugtrio}}
|{{gameabbrev1|RBYY}}{{tt|*|requires trading with Pokémon Red or Blue}}
|15
|Catch a low level Slowbro{{sup/1|Y}}, then trade it for Lickitung at the <br>{{rt|17|Kanto}} gate{{sup/1|RB}}. Trade Lickitung for Dugtrio at Route 11{{sup/1|Y}}.
|{{gameabbrev1|RBY}}
|15
|Fish anywhere with the [[Good Rod]]
|Yes
|-
|{{gameabbrev1|RBY}}
|15
|{{rt|24|Kanto}}{{sup/1|RB}}; {{rt|5|Kanto}}{{sup/1|Y}}
|Yes
|-
|{{MS|065}}
|{{p|Alakazam}}
|{{gameabbrev1|RBY}}*
|16
|Evolve Kadabra
|{{p|Machop}}
|{{gameabbrev1|RBY}}
|15{{sup/1|RB}}, 1716{{sup/1|Y}}
|[[Rock Tunnel]]{{sup/1|RB}}; {{rt|10|Kanto}}{{sup/1|Y}}
|Yes
|-
|{{MS|076}}
|{{p|Golem}}
|{{tt|**|requires the Japanese version of Pokémon Blue}}
|16
|In the [[Pokémon Blue Version (Japanese)|Japanese Blue]], trade a Kadabra for a Graveler <br>at the Cinnabar Island lab. An eligible Golem cannot be <br>obtained in the international [[Generation I]] games.
|{{MS|087}}
|{{p|Dewgong}}
|{{gameabbrev1|RY}}{{gameabbrev1tt|Y*|requires trading with Pokémon Red}}*
|15
|Catch a low level Growlithe{{sup/1|R}}, then trade it for Dewgong <br>at the [[Cinnabar Island]] lab{{sup/1|Y}}.
|{{MS|089}}
|{{p|Muk}}
|{{tt|*|requires the Japanese version of Pokémon Blue}}{{tt|*|requires trading with Pokémon Yellow}}
|15
|Catch a low level Golduck, then trade it for Rhydon at the <br>Cinnabar Island lab{{sup/1|Y}}. Trade the Rhydon for a Kangaskhan at the <br>Cinnabar Island lab in the Japanese Blue, then trade the <br>Kangaskhan for a Muk in the Cinnabar Island lab{{sup/1|Y}}.
|{{MS|094}}
|{{p|Gengar}}
|{{gameabbrev1|Y}}*
|20
|Catch a level 20 Haunter and evolve it by trading
|{{MS|106}}
|{{p|Hitmonlee}}
|{{gameabbrev1tt|RBY*|requires Pokémon Stadium}}
|20
|Possible reward for clearing the [[Gym Leader Castle]]
|{{MS|107}}
|{{p|Hitmonchan}}
|{{gameabbrev1tt|RBY*|requires Pokémon Stadium}}
|20
|Possible reward for clearing the [[Gym Leader Castle]]
|{{MS|108}}
|{{p|Lickitung}}
|{{gameabbrev1|RBYRB}}{{tt|*|requires trading with Pokémon Yellow}}
|15
|Catch a low level Slowbro{{sup/1|Y}}, then trade it for a Lickitung at <br> {{rt|17|Kanto}}{{sup/1|RB}}.
|{{MS|114}}
|{{p|Tangela}}
|{{gameabbrev1|RBYRB}}{{tt|*|requires trading with Pokémon Yellow}}
|15
|Catch a low level Venonat{{sup/1|Y}}, then trade it for a Tangela at the <br>Cinnabar Island lab{{sup/1|RB}}.
|{{MS|115}}
|{{p|Kangaskhan}}
|{{tt|*|requires the Japanese version of Pokémon Blue}}{{tt|*|requires trading with Pokémon Yellow}}
|15
|Catch a low level Golduck, then trade it for a Rhydon at the <br>Cinnabar Island lab{{sup/1|Y}}. In the Japanese Blue, trade the Rhydon for a <br>Kangaskhan at the Cinnabar Island lab.
|{{gameabbrev1|RBY}}
|15
|Fish practically anywhere with the [[Good Rod]]
|Yes
|-
|{{MS|124}}
|{{p|Jynx}}
|{{gameabbrev1|RBYRB}}{{tt|*|requires trading with Pokémon Yellow}}
|15
|Catch a low level Poliwhirl{{sup/1|Y}}, then trade for a Jynx <br> in [[Cerulean City]]{{sup/1|RB}}.
|{{MS|138}}
|{{p|Omanyte}}
|{{gameabbrev1tt|RBY*|requires Pokémon Stadium}}
|20
|Possible reward for clearing the [[Gym Leader Castle]]
|{{MS|140}}
|{{p|Kabuto}}
|{{gameabbrev1tt|RBY*|requires Pokémon Stadium}}
|20
|Possible reward for clearing the [[Gym Leader Castle]]
|Evolve Machoke. Alternatively, trade a low level Cubone <br> to Yellow and use it for the in-game trade on {{rt|5|Kanto}}.
|No
|16{{sup/1|Y}}, 28{{sup/1|RB}}*
|-
|{{MS|070}}
|{{MS|076}}
|{{p|Golem}}
|{{gameabbrev2|GS}}{{tt|*|requires trading between Generation I and Generation II}}{{tt|*|requires the Japanese version of Pokémon Blue}}
|15
|Catch a low level Kadabra{{sup/2|GS}}. In the [[Pokémon Blue Version (Japanese)|Japanese Blue]], trade a <br>Kadabra for a Graveler at the Cinnabar Island lab.
|No
|16{{tt|**|requires the Japanese version of Pokémon Blue}}, 25{{sup/1|RBY}}*
|-
|{{MS|077}}
|{{MS|082}}
|{{p|Magneton}}
|{{gameabbrev2|C}}{{tt|*|requires trading between Generation I and Generation II}}
|15
|Obtain a low level Dugtrio in the [[Generation I]] games, then trade <br>for a Magneton at the [[Kanto Power Plant]].
|Celadon City
|No
|16{{tt|*|requires the Japanese version of Pokémon Blue}}{{tt|*|requires trading with Pokémon Yellow}}, 28{{sup/1|Y}}, 37{{sup/1|RB}}
|-
|{{MS|092}}
|Catch a low level Haunter in Crystal and evolve it by trading
|Yes
|20{{sup/1|Y}}*, 25{{sup/1|RB}}*
|-
|{{MS|097}}
|[[Rock Tunnel]] or breeding
|No
|15{{tt|*|requires the Japanese version of Pokémon Blue}}{{tt|*|requires trading with Pokémon Yellow}}, 25{{sup/1|RB}}, 28{{sup/1|Y}}
|-
|{{MS|119}}
|{{MS|138}}
|{{p|Omanyte}}
|{{gameabbrev2|GSC}}{{tt|*|requires trading between Generation I and Generation II}}
|15
|Trade an Omanyte or Omastar from a Generation I game and breed it
|{{MS|140}}
|{{p|Kabuto}}
|{{gameabbrev2|GSC}}{{tt|*|requires trading between Generation I and Generation II}}
|15
|Trade a Kabuto or Kabutops from a Generation I game and breed it
|}
|}
 
==Illegal Pokémon==
Several of the Trainers use [[underleveled]] Pokémon. However, some of these Pokémon become eligible with tradebacks.
*Mr. Fix uses a level 15 {{p|Magnemite}} in Round 1, which is unobtainable without glitches or tradebacks.
*Hiker uses a level 15 {{p|Seadra}} in Round 1, which is unobtainable without glitches.
*Swimmer uses a level 17 {{p|Seadra}} in Round 2, which is unobtainable without glitches.
*Burglar uses a level 15 {{p|Tentacruel}} in Round 2, which is unobtainable without glitches.
*Fisher uses a level 15 {{p|Machamp}} and a level 15 {{p|Golem}} in Round 2. A level 15 {{p|Machamp}} is obtainable through a tradeback, but a level 15 {{p|Golem}} is not legitimately obtainable outside of Japan.
 
Some of the rental Pokémon are also underleveled. All rentals are level 15, although not all species offered can be obtained at this level.
*{{p|Ivysaur}}, {{p|Charmeleon}}, {{p|Wartortle}}, {{p|Nidorina}}, {{p|Nidoqueen}}, {{p|Nidorino}}, and {{p|Nidoking}} are not obtainable below level 16.
*{{p|Tentacruel}} and {{p|Seadra}} are not obtainable below level 20.
*{{p|Ponyta}} and {{p|Seel}} are offered as rentals. While they are obtainable at level 15 with tradebacks, there is no other way to obtain them at any qualifying level. Ignoring tradebacks, their lowest possible levels are 28 and 22, respectively.
*{{p|Gyarados}} is not possible to obtain at level 15 while also knowing {{m|Hydro Pump}}, {{m|Leer}}, or {{m|Bite}}. While these moves are learned by Gyarados at level 1 in Red, Green, and Blue, it is not possible to catch a level 15 Gyarados in those games without glitches.
 
==Rental Pokémon==
{{main|List of Pika Cup Rental Pokémon in Pokémon Stadium}}
 
As noted above, several underleveled Pokémon are offered as rentals.
However, certain other Pokémon are not offered, despite being entirely available at level 15 without trading between games.
*Level 15 {{p|Golduck}}, {{p|Slowbro}}, and {{p|Dragonair}} are catchable in {{game|Yellow}}.
*A level 15 {{p|Rhydon}} is available through an in-game trade, also in Yellow.
*A level 15 {{p|Electrode}} is famously available through an in-game trade in [[Pokémon Red and Blue Versions|Red and Blue]].
 
==Trainers==
|pokemon=Muk
|nickname=MUCIAN
|level={{tt|15|Underleveled without tradebacks}}
|type1=Poison
|move1=Body Slam|move1type=Normal
|move4=Thunder Wave|move4type=Electric}}
{{Party/Footer}}
 
==Trivia==
*Several of the Trainers use [[underleveled]] Pokémon. However, some of these Pokémon become eligible with tradebacks.
**Mr. Fix uses a level 15 {{p|Magnemite}} in Round 1, which is unobtainable without glitches or tradebacks.
**Hiker uses a level 15 {{p|Seadra}} in Round 1, which is unobtainable without glitches.
**Swimmer uses a level 17 {{p|Seadra}} in Round 2, which is unobtainable without glitches.
**Burglar uses a level 15 {{p|Tentacruel}} in Round 2, which is unobtainable without glitches.
**Mr. Fix uses a level 15 {{p|Muk}} in Round 2, which is unobtainable without tradebacks or the {{game|Blue| (Japanese)|Japanese Blue Version}}.
**Fisher uses a level 15 {{p|Machamp}} and a level 15 {{p|Golem}} in Round 2. A level 15 {{p|Machamp}} is unobtainable without tradebacks, and a level 15 {{p|Golem}} is unobtainable without the Japanese Blue Version.
*Some of the rental Pokémon are illegal. All rentals are level 15, although not all species offered can be obtained at this level.
**{{p|Ivysaur}}, {{p|Charmeleon}}, {{p|Wartortle}}, {{p|Nidorina}}, {{p|Nidoqueen}}, {{p|Nidorino}}, and {{p|Nidoking}} are not obtainable below level 16.
**{{p|Tentacruel}} and {{p|Seadra}} are not obtainable below level 20.
**{{p|Ponyta}} and {{p|Seel}} are offered as rentals. While they are obtainable at level 15 with tradebacks, there is no other way to obtain them at any qualifying level. Ignoring tradebacks, their lowest possible levels are 28 and 22, respectively.
**{{p|Gyarados}} is not possible to obtain at level 15 while also knowing {{m|Hydro Pump}}, {{m|Leer}}, or {{m|Bite}}. While these moves are learned by Gyarados at level 1 in Red, Green, and Blue, it is not possible to catch a level 15 Gyarados in those games without glitches.
*Certain Pokémon are not offered as rentals, despite being available at a low enough level.
**Level 15 {{p|Golduck}}, {{p|Slowbro}}, and {{p|Dragonair}} are available in {{game|Yellow}} at [[Route]]s {{rtn|6|Kanto}}, {{rtn|12|Kanto}}, and the {{safari|Kanto}} respectively.
**level 18 {{p|Doduo}} are available through in {{game|Red and Blue|s}} at Route 16.
**Various Pokémon are also available at a low enough level through in-game trades, including {{p|Machamp}}, {{p|Electrode}}, and {{p|Rhydon}}.
 
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