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Cerulean City (ハナダシティ Hanada Shiti) is a city in the Kanto region. It has a few notable locations such as the bike shop and the Cerulean Gym. It is the third major city of the Pokémon Red and Blue and FireRed and LeafGreen series. It is also the location of the third gym/second gym battle. Its Gym leader is Misty. It is located between four different routes: Routes 24, 5, 4 and 9. Its motto is: Cerulean City: A mysterious, blue aura surrounds it in Japanese it is Hanada is the color of Aqua mysteries.

Places of Interest

Cerulean Gym

The Cerulean City Gym is located near the center of the city. The gym is run by Misty and the primary type is Water.

Bike Shop

Here, you can buy a bike for 1,000,000 Poké Dollar (which is impossible as the limit for the player to carry is 999,999 Poké Dollar) or the player can take a Bike Voucher from the Pokémon Fan Club chairman to receive a free bike.

In Generation II, the Bike Shop was closed due to it moving to Goldenrod City. In Generation IV, the building was open, but nothing was in it.

Cerulean Cave

On the northwestern point of Cerulean City, there's a cave blocked by someone. Beat the Pokémon league (and in the remake beat the Pokémon League and get the National Pokédex and also deliver the ruby and sapphire gemstones to Celio at one island) and you can enter this dark dungeon filled with strong Pokémon. On the bottom floor floats a level 70 Mewtwo.

Anime

In IL007: The Water Flowers of Cerulean City Misty is dead set against going to Cerulean afraid that if Ash, Pikachu and Brock found out about her sisters, they would laugh at her.

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Pokémon

Generation I, III

Old Rod

Good Rod

Super Rod

Special

Pokémon Game Location Level How to Obtain
Bulbasaur Yellow House 10 Talk to woman, If your Pikachu is happy, she'll let you have it.

Generations II, IV

Old Rod

Good Rod

Super Rod

Surf

Trade

At all Kanto only versions except Yellow you can trade a Poliwhirl for a Jynx.

Poké Mart

Generation I and III

Item Price
Poké Ball 200
Potion 200
Super Potion 700
Escape Rope 550
Repel 350
Antidote 100
Awakening 200
Burn Heal 250
Parlyz Heal 200

Generation II

Item Price
Great Ball 600
Ultra Ball 1,200
Super Potion 700
Full Heal 600
Super Repel 500
Dire Hit 650
X Attack 550
Surf Mail 50
X Defend 550

Trainers

Generation I

Pokémon Red, Blue and Green

Trainer

Pokémon
Blue1(RB)Sprite

Pidgeotto
Spearow*

Abra
Sandshrew*
Rattata

Squirtle
Charmander
Bulbasaur
Eevee*

Blue Lv. 18 Lv. 15 Lv. 15 Lv. 17

Team Rocket

Trainer Pokémon
Team Rocket GruntRBsprite Machop Drowzee
Team Rocket Grunt Lv. 17 Lv. 17

Generation III

Your rival is again like he appeared at Red, Blue, Green. The only difference is that his Abra is a level 16.

Also the Rocket grunt is the same.

Items

  • Rare Candy (Behind the house near the gym) R/B/Y/FR/LG
  • Bicycle (Exchange for a bike voucher) R/B/Y/FR/LG
  • Berserk Gene (Surf at the water near Cerulean cave) G/S/C
  • Nugget (Take the place of the Berserk Gene) HG/SS
  • Fab Mail (Held by the traded Jynx) FR/LG
  • TM28 Dig (After you defeat the rocket grunt) R/B/Y/FR/LG

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