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Every map in the game is covered in the walkthrough portion of the guide, with information on items found in the area, wild Pokémon available in that area, helpful [[Non-player character|NPCs]], and events that occur on various [[days of the week]]. The walkthrough for each area also lists each {{pkmn|Trainer}} occupying the area and the Pokémon that they have with them. [[Gym Leader]]s and [[Elite Four]] members have the movesets of each of their Pokémon listed as well. For major opponents such as Gym Leaders, strategies are given as to which Pokémon types are the most effective against their parties and examples of Pokémon which are obtainable at that point in the game to use.
 
Every map in the game is covered in the walkthrough portion of the guide, with information on items found in the area, wild Pokémon available in that area, helpful [[Non-player character|NPCs]], and events that occur on various [[days of the week]]. The walkthrough for each area also lists each {{pkmn|Trainer}} occupying the area and the Pokémon that they have with them. [[Gym Leader]]s and [[Elite Four]] members have the movesets of each of their Pokémon listed as well. For major opponents such as Gym Leaders, strategies are given as to which Pokémon types are the most effective against their parties and examples of Pokémon which are obtainable at that point in the game to use.
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After the walkthrough portion, there is an alphabetical index of all the [[move]]s in the game and their effects, followed by an organised list of all the items that are in the game and where they may be found.
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After the walkthrough portion, there is an alphabetical index of all the [[move]]s in the game and their effects, followed by an organized list of all the items that are in the game and where they may be found.
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At the back of the guide is a "sealed secrets section", which the reader must tear open by a perforated edge before they are able to read it. The reason given for this is that the content in this section contains more spoilers than usual with regards to plot or ending details, or other surprises in the game that are optional. Areas covered in this section are maps of [[Ruins of Alph]], [[Bell Tower|Tin Tower]] and [[Mt. Mortar]]; solutions to the puzzles in the [[Ice Path]], [[Fuchsia Gym]] and [[Blackthorn Gym]]; details on how to get Evolution stones from [[Bill's grandfather]] at the Sea Cottage; strategies for challenging {{ga|Red}} at [[Mt. Silver]]; details on chasing and capturing the [[legendary beasts]]; information on how to get special items from [[wild Pokémon]] and Pokémon transferred from the [[Generation I]] games; information on [[Mystery Gift]] items and [[decoration]]s, as well as connecting to the [[Pokémon Pikachu 2 GS]]; an introduction to [[shiny Pokémon]]; and a detailed calendar of events that occur on various [[days of the week]].
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At the back of the guide is a "sealed secrets section", which the reader must tear open by a perforated edge before they are able to read it. The reason given for this is that the content in this section contains more spoilers than usual with regards to plot or ending details, or other surprises in the game that are optional. Areas covered in this section are maps of [[Ruins of Alph]], [[Bell Tower|Tin Tower]] and [[Mt. Mortar]]; solutions to the puzzles in the [[Ice Path]], [[Fuchsia Gym]] and [[Blackthorn Gym]]; details on how to get [[Evolution stone]]s from [[Bill's grandfather]] at the Sea Cottage; strategies for challenging {{ga|Red}} at [[Mt. Silver]]; details on chasing and capturing the [[legendary beasts]]; information on how to get special items from [[wild Pokémon]] and Pokémon transferred from the [[Generation I]] games; information on [[Mystery Gift]] items and [[decoration]]s, as well as connecting to the [[Pokémon Pikachu 2 GS]]; an introduction to [[shiny Pokémon]]; and a detailed calendar of events that occur on various [[days of the week]].
    
==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==