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{{Infobox Game
|Name = Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver
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| background color = 6f4b00
|Picture = [[File:HeartGoldUS.jpg|200px]]
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| border color = 7583a0
[[File:SoulSilverUS.jpg|200px]]
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| background color 2 = d1b164
|publisher = Nintendo/The Pokémon Company
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| border color 2 = cfd9e5
|developer = Game Freak
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| video game title = Pokémon HeartGold Version
|category = RPG
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| japanese title = {{tt|ポケットモンスター ハートゴールド|Hāto Gōrudo}}
|player# = 1-5 Players
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| video game title 2 = Pokémon SoulSilver Version
|ESRB = E for Everyone
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| japanese title 2 = {{tt|ポケットモンスター ソウルシルバ|Souru Shirubā}}
|release-date-japan = September 12, 2009
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| image = HeartGoldUS.jpg
|release-date-north-america = March 14, 2010
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| image 2 = SoulSilverUS.jpg
|release-date-europe = March 26, 2010
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| caption = Pokémon HeartGold Version box art cover.
|release-date-korea = February 4, 2010
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| caption 2 = Pokémon SoulSilver Version box art cover.
|platform = Nintendo DS
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| generation = [[Generation IV]]
|region = Johto}}'''Pokémon HeartGold and Pokémon SoulSilver''' are [[Generation IV]]'s remakes of the original [[Generation II]] games, [[Pokémon Gold and Silver]]. Nintendo released Pokémon HeartGold and Pokémon SoulSilver versions in Japan on September 12, 2009. The games were released in March 14, 2010 for North America and March 26, 2010 in Europe.
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| players = 1-4 players
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| platform = Nintendo DS
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| category = RPG
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| developer = Game Freak
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| publisher = Nintendo
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| publisher 2 = The Pokémon Company
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| japanese release date = September 12, 2009
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| north america release date = March 14, 2010
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| european release date = March 26, 2010{{tt|*|The games has been released on April 2, 2010 in the Netherlands}}
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| south korean release date = February 4, 2010
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| australian release date = March 25, 2010
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| cero = A
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| esrb = E
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| acb = G
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| oflc = G
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| pegi = 3
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| grb = ALL
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| japanese image = HeartGold JP Cover.PNG
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| japanese image 2 = SoulSilver JP Cover.PNG
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| japanese caption = Pokémon HeartGold Version Japanese box art cover.
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| japanese caption 2 = Pokémon SoulSilver Version Japanese box art cover.
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}}
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'''Pokémon HeartGold and Pokémon SoulSilver''' are [[Generation IV]]'s remakes of the original [[Generation II]] games, [[Pokémon Gold and Silver]]. Nintendo released Pokémon HeartGold and Pokémon SoulSilver versions in Japan on September 12, 2009. The games were released in March 14, 2010 for North America and March 26, 2010 in Europe.
   
 
These remakes incorporate the many advancements that the series has undergone since [[Generation II]], much like how [[Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen|FireRed and LeafGreen]] changed from [[Pokémon Red and Blue|Red and Blue]].
 
These remakes incorporate the many advancements that the series has undergone since [[Generation II]], much like how [[Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen|FireRed and LeafGreen]] changed from [[Pokémon Red and Blue|Red and Blue]].
   
== Basic Info ==
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==Changes from ''Pokémon Gold'', ''Silver'', and ''Crystal''==
* The new female that has replaced [[Kris]] is named [[Lyra (Game)|Lyra]], and [[Gold]] has been rena[[File:Goldsilvernew johto starters artwork.png|thumb|Johto starters in Heart Gold and Soulsilver]]med [[Ethan]].
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[[File:Goldsilvernew johto starters artwork.png|thumb|Johto starters in ''Heart Gold and SoulSilver''.]]
* You receive the [[Vs. Recorder]] early in the game by Ethan or Lyra, depending on the gender you chose.
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*The new female character named [[Lyra (game)|Lyra]] was added in ''HeartGold and SoulSilver'' and she replaces [[Kris]] (the female protagonist from ''Crystal''), and [[Gold (game)|Gold]] has been renamed as Ethan.
* You have to visit the [[Sprout Tower]] and complete the task in it in order to access the [[Violet City]]'s gym.
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*You receive the [[Vs. Recorder]] early in the game by Ethan or Lyra, depending on the gender you chose.
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*You have to visit the [[Sprout Tower]] and complete the task in it in order to access the [[Violet City]]'s gym.
 
*The [[Global Terminal]] is found at [[Goldenrod City]].
 
*The [[Global Terminal]] is found at [[Goldenrod City]].
* All 493 [[Pokémon]] can follow you, including the [[Shiny Pokémon]], and you cannot turn off the feature. To do this, you must put the [[Pokémon]] at the first in your party (the lead Pokémon), then it will appear behind you. You may also interact with it to show how it feels right now.
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*All 493 [[Pokémon]] can follow you, including the [[Shiny Pokémon]], and you cannot turn off the feature. To do this, you must put the [[Pokémon]] at the first in your party (the lead Pokémon), then it will appear behind you. You may also interact with it to show how it feels right now.
* All the gyms are harder.
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*All the gyms are appeared to be tougher than in the original [[Generation II]] games.
* The tiles of the puzzle in [[Ruins of Alph]] can be rotated to solve the puzzle. Players who succeeded solving the Kabuto puzzle will receive an [[Unown Dex]] from a man in the ruins.
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*The tiles of the puzzle in [[Ruins of Alph]] can be rotated to solve the puzzle. Players who succeeded solving the Kabuto puzzle will receive an [[Unown Dex]] from a man in the ruins.
*Team Rocket now have four executives - [[Proton]], [[Petrel]], [[Ariana]], and [[Archer]]. Their appearances can be found in the intro video.
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*Team Rocket now have four executives - [[Proton]], [[Petrel]], [[Ariana]], and [[Archer]].
*[[Eusine]] (from [[Pokémon Crystal]]) makes a debut, he is a character who is interested in [[Suicune]]. The player will meet him when the player found Suicune. His appearance also can be found at the intro video, which is a man wearing purple clothes. He will be seen whenever the character will encounter Suicine.
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*[[Eusine]] (from ''Pokémon Crystal'') returns, he is a character who is interested in [[Suicune]]. The player will meet him when the player found Suicune. His appearance also can be found at the intro video, which is a man wearing purple clothes. He will be seen whenever the character will encounter Suicine.
* Additional routes, [[Route 47]] and [[Route 48]] is placed next to [[Cianwood City]]. A [[Safari Zone]] can be found at [[Route 48]], owned by [[Baoba]].
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*Additional routes, [[Route 47]] and [[Route 48]] is placed next to [[Cianwood City]]. A [[Safari Zone]] can be found at [[Route 48]], owned by [[Baoba]].
 
*The areas in the [[Safari Zone]] can be altered after you receive the second challenge [[Baoba]] gives you.
 
*The areas in the [[Safari Zone]] can be altered after you receive the second challenge [[Baoba]] gives you.
* Just like in the original Gold, Silver, and Crystal, there are many day based activities like the [[Bug Catching Contest]], [[Magnet Train|Goldenrod to Saffron City train]], Olivine to Vermilion City ship, etc. These are also on the days they were in the originals too.
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*Just like in the original ''Gold'', ''Silver'', and ''Crystal'', there are many day based activities like the [[Bug Catching Contest]], [[Magnet Train|Goldenrod to Saffron City train]], Olivine to Vermilion City ship, etc. These are also on the days they were in the originals too.
* Next to the National Park there is the Pokéathlon Dome in which you can compete in minigames to win medals, which is open after you receive the [[Plain Badge]].
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*Next to the National Park there is the Pokéathlon Dome in which you can compete in minigames to win medals, which is open after you receive the [[Plain Badge]].
 
*The move [[Flash]] is now a TM move.
 
*The move [[Flash]] is now a TM move.
 
*Hills that required HM08 [[Rock Climb]] can now be found.
 
*Hills that required HM08 [[Rock Climb]] can now be found.
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*The [[Battle Frontier]] at [[Route 40]] replaces the [[Battle Tower]].
 
*The [[Battle Frontier]] at [[Route 40]] replaces the [[Battle Tower]].
 
*The [[Pal Park]] replaces the [[Kanto Safari Zone]] in [[Fuchsia City]].
 
*The [[Pal Park]] replaces the [[Kanto Safari Zone]] in [[Fuchsia City]].
*There is [[Viridian Forest]] in Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver, which the earlier versions do not have (Pokémon Gold, Silver, Crystal), though the earlier games had a forest but with no Pokémon in it.
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*There is [[Viridian Forest]] in ''Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver'', which the earlier versions do not have (''Pokémon Gold'', ''Silver'', ''Crystal''), though the earlier games had a forest but with no Pokémon in it.
 
*The radio functions in the PokéGear have been altered, which the player can manually tune the channel to listen, or pressing one of the four buttons to gain immediate access to the channels available.
 
*The radio functions in the PokéGear have been altered, which the player can manually tune the channel to listen, or pressing one of the four buttons to gain immediate access to the channels available.
 
*Some channels have to be manually tuned, and must be standing in a specific location.
 
*Some channels have to be manually tuned, and must be standing in a specific location.
 
*Poké Flute - Must be in the Kanto region, tune manually to the upper middle section. This radio channel helps to wake up the [[Snorlax]] in [[Route 11]].
 
*Poké Flute - Must be in the Kanto region, tune manually to the upper middle section. This radio channel helps to wake up the [[Snorlax]] in [[Route 11]].
 
*Mysterious Transmission - Inside the chamber of [[Ruins of Alph]], manually tune the music to the center. It produces a strange sound, which is produced by [[Unown]]. It helps to increase the chance of meeting a rare-shaped [[Unown]].
 
*Mysterious Transmission - Inside the chamber of [[Ruins of Alph]], manually tune the music to the center. It produces a strange sound, which is produced by [[Unown]]. It helps to increase the chance of meeting a rare-shaped [[Unown]].
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*[[Giovanni]] returns in the remake, since he didn't returned in the original [[Generation II]] games and he only appears during in the [[Celebi]] event.
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*[[Silver (game)|Silver]]'s past was revealed in the remake that explains that he's the true son of Giovanni.
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*[[Brock]], [[Sabrina]], and [[Blaine]] were wearing completely different clothes.
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*Lyra's dialogue was included in the story if she's an non-playable character, unlike Kris and Leaf didn't appear in the story as non-playable characters in the previous games.
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*The [[Sinnoh]] Gym Leaders and [[Cynthia]] appears as Minor Characters in the remake.
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*Red uses a [[Lapras]] instead of an [[Espeon]] when the player challenges Red.
   
 
==Gym Leaders==
 
==Gym Leaders==
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Johto=
 
Johto=
 
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{|style="width:550px; text-align:center; color:#000; font-size:8pt" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0"
| style="background-color:#CEBFFB"|[[File:VSFalkner.png]]<br/>[[File:Zephyrbadge.png|right]][[Falkner]]<br/>[[File:Type_Flying.gif]]<br/>[[Violet City]]
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| style="background-color:#CEBFFB"|[[File:VSFalkner.png]]<br/>[[File:Zephyrbadge.png|40px]]<br />[[Falkner]]<br/>[[File:Type Flying.gif]]<br/>[[Violet City]]
| style="background-color:#CEDE48"|[[File:VSBugsy.png]]<br/>[[File:Hivebadge.png|right]][[Bugsy]]<br/>[[File:Type_Bug.gif]]<br/>[[Azalea Town]]
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| style="background-color:#CEDE48"|[[File:VSBugsy.png]]<br/>[[File:Hivebadge.png|40px]]<br />[[Bugsy]]<br/>[[File:Type Bug.gif]]<br/>[[Azalea Town]]
| style="background-color:#E0E0CF"|[[File:VSWhitney.png]]<br/>[[File:Plainbadge.png|right]][[Whitney]]<br/>[[File:Type_Normal.gif]]<br/>[[Goldenrod City]]
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| style="background-color:#E0E0CF"|[[File:VSWhitney.png]]<br/>[[File:Plainbadge.png|40px]]<br />[[Whitney]]<br/>[[File:Type Normal.gif]]<br/>[[Goldenrod City]]
| style="background-color:#A18DC4"|[[File:VSMorty.png]]<br/>[[File:Fogbadge.png|right]][[Morty]]<br/>[[File:Type_Ghost.gif]]<br/>[[Ecruteak City]]
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| style="background-color:#A18DC4"|[[File:VSMorty.png]]<br/>[[File:Fogbadge.png|40px]]<br />[[Morty]]<br/>[[File:Type Ghost.gif]]<br/>[[Ecruteak City]]
 
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| style="background-color:#E5524A"|[[File:VSChuck.png]]<br/>[[File:Stormbadge.png|right]][[Chuck]]<br/>[[File:Type_Fighting.gif]]<br/>[[Cianwood City]]
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| style="background-color:#E5524A"|[[File:VSChuck.png]]<br/>[[File:Stormbadge.png|40px]]<br />[[Chuck]]<br/>[[File:Type Fighting.gif]]<br/>[[Cianwood City]]
| style="background-color:#A2958D"|[[File:VSJasmine.png]]<br/>[[File:Mineralbadge.png|right]][[Jasmine]]<br/>[[File:Type_Steel.gif]]<br/>[[Olivine City]]
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| style="background-color:#A2958D"|[[File:VSJasmine.png]]<br/>[[File:Mineralbadge.png|40px]]<br />[[Jasmine]]<br/>[[File:Type Steel.gif]]<br/>[[Olivine City]]
| style="background-color:#BDF3F3"|[[File:VSPryce.png]]<br/>[[File:Glacierbadge.png|right]][[Pryce]]<br/>[[File:Type_Ice.gif]]<br/>[[Mahogany Town]]
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| style="background-color:#BDF3F3"|[[File:VSPryce.png]]<br/>[[File:Glacierbadge.png|40px]]<br />[[Pryce]]<br/>[[File:Type Ice.gif]]<br/>[[Mahogany Town]]
| style="background-color:#9F77FF"|[[File:VSClair.png]]<br/>[[File:Risingbadge.png|right]][[Clair]]<br/>[[File:Type_Dragon.gif]]<br/>[[Blackthorn City]]
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| style="background-color:#9F77FF"|[[File:VSClair.png]]<br/>[[File:Risingbadge.png|40px]]<br />[[Clair]]<br/>[[File:Type Dragon.gif]]<br/>[[Blackthorn City]]
 
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Kanto=
 
Kanto=
 
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| style="background-color:#E6DDB9"|[[File:VSBrock.png]]<br/>[[File:Boulderbadge.png|right|40px]][[Brock (Game)|Brock]]<br/>[[File:Type_Rock.gif]]<br/>[[Pewter City]]
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| style="background-color:#E6DDB9"|[[File:VSBrock.png]]<br/>[[File:Boulderbadge.png|40px]]<br />[[Brock (game)|Brock]]<br/>[[File:Type Rock.gif]]<br/>[[Pewter City]]
| style="background-color:#9BB8FE"|[[File:VSMisty.png]]<br/>[[File:Cascadebadge.png|right|30px]][[Misty (Game)|Misty]]<br/>[[File:Type_Water.gif]]<br/>[[Cerulean City]]
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| style="background-color:#9BB8FE"|[[File:VSMisty.png]]<br/>[[File:Cascadebadge.png|40px]]<br />[[Misty (game)|Misty]]<br/>[[File:Type Water.gif]]<br/>[[Cerulean City]]
| style="background-color:#FCEEB6"|[[File:VSLt._Surge.png]]<br/>[[File:Thunderbadge.png|right|40px]][[Lt. Surge]]<br/>[[File:Type_Electric.gif]]<br/>[[Vermilion City]]
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| style="background-color:#FCEEB6"|[[File:VSLt. Surge.png]]<br/>[[File:Thunderbadge.png|40px]]<br />[[Lt. Surge]]<br/>[[File:Type Electric.gif]]<br/>[[Vermilion City]]
| style="background-color:#ACEA8C"|[[File:VSErika.png]]<br/>[[File:Rainbowbadge.png|right|40px]][[Erika]]<br/>[[File:Type_Grass.gif]]<br/>[[Celadon City]]
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| style="background-color:#ACEA8C"|[[File:VSErika.png]]<br/>[[File:Rainbowbadge.png|40px]]<br />[[Erika]]<br/>[[File:Type Grass.gif]]<br/>[[Celadon City]]
 
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| style="background-color:#D878D8"|[[File:VSJanine.png]]<br/>[[File:Soulbadge.png|right|40px]][[Janine]]<br/>[[File:Type_Poison.gif]]<br/>[[Fuchsia City]]
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| style="background-color:#D878D8"|[[File:VSJanine.png]]<br/>[[File:Soulbadge.png|40px]]<br />[[Janine]]<br/>[[File:Type Poison.gif]]<br/>[[Fuchsia City]]
| style="background-color:#F99CB8"|[[File:VSSabrina.png]]<br/>[[File:Marshbadge.png|right|40px]][[Sabrina]]<br/>[[File:Type_Psychic.gif]]<br/>[[Saffron City]]
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| style="background-color:#F99CB8"|[[File:VSSabrina.png]]<br/>[[File:Marshbadge.png|40px]]<br />[[Sabrina]]<br/>[[File:Type Psychic.gif]]<br/>[[Saffron City]]
| style="background-color:#F9D2B6"|[[File:VSBlaine.png]]<br/>[[File:Volcanobadge.png|right|40px]][[Blaine]]<br/>[[File:Type_Fire.gif]]<br/>[[Seafoam Islands]]
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| style="background-color:#F9D2B6"|[[File:VSBlaine.png]]<br/>[[File:Volcanobadge.png|40px]]<br />[[Blaine]]<br/>[[File:Type Fire.gif]]<br/>[[Seafoam Islands]]
| style="background-color:#9DC1B7"|[[File:VSBlue.png]]<br/>[[File:Earthbadge.png|right|40px]][[Blue (game)|Blue]]<br/>[[File:Type_???.gif]]<br/>[[Viridian City]]
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| style="background-color:#9DC1B7"|[[File:VSBlue.png]]<br/>[[File:Earthbadge.png|40px]]<br />[[Blue (game)|Blue]]<br/>[[File:Type ???.gif]]<br/>[[Viridian City]]
 
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</tabber>
 
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==Elite Four and Champion==
 
==Elite Four and Champion==
 
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| style="background-color:#F99CB8"|[[File:VSWill.png]]<br />[[Will]]<br />[[File:Type_Psychic.gif]]
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| style="background-color:#F99CB8"|[[File:VSWill.png]]<br />[[Will]]<br />[[File:Type Psychic.gif]]
| style="background-color:#D878D8"|[[File:VSKoga.png]]<br />[[Koga]]<br />[[File:Type_Poison.gif]]
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| style="background-color:#D878D8"|[[File:VSKoga.png]]<br />[[Koga]]<br />[[File:Type Poison.gif]]
| style="background-color:#E5524A"|[[File:VSBruno.png]]<br />[[Bruno]]<br />[[File:Type_Fighting.gif]]
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| style="background-color:#E5524A"|[[File:VSBruno.png]]<br />[[Bruno]]<br />[[File:Type Fighting.gif]]
| style="background-color:#E6E6EE"|[[File:VSKaren.png]]<br />[[Karen]]<br />[[File:Type_Dark.gif]]
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| style="background-color:#E6E6EE"|[[File:VSKaren.png]]<br />[[Karen]]<br />[[File:Type Dark.gif]]
| style="background-color:#9F77FF"|[[File:VSLance.png]]<br />[[Lance]]<br />[[File:Type_Dragon.gif]]
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| style="background-color:#9F77FF"|[[File:VSLance.png]]<br />[[Lance]]<br />[[File:Type Dragon.gif]]
 
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== Poké Walker ==
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==Poké Walker==
 
*The [[Poké Walker]] is a handheld pedometer that resembles a [[Poké Ball]]. It was sold with the HeartGold and SoulSilver [[Pokémon]] games.
 
*The [[Poké Walker]] is a handheld pedometer that resembles a [[Poké Ball]]. It was sold with the HeartGold and SoulSilver [[Pokémon]] games.
 
*The [[Poké Walker]] can connect to HeartGold and SoulSilver cartridges via infared signals and can "hold" one Pokémon that you then carry around with you.
 
*The [[Poké Walker]] can connect to HeartGold and SoulSilver cartridges via infared signals and can "hold" one Pokémon that you then carry around with you.
*A Pokémon being carried around in this manner will recieve experience points and closeness, as well as the player gaining "[[watts]]", an in-game currency that can be used to find and catch wild Pokémon, search for items, and unlock new locations within the Poké Walker.
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*A Pokémon being carried around in this manner will receive experience points and closeness, as well as the player gaining "[[watts]]", an in-game currency that can be used to find and catch wild Pokémon, search for items, and unlock new locations within the Poké Walker.
 
*Up to three Pokémon can be captured and stored on the Pokewalker, but only one will appear on the inventory screen.
 
*Up to three Pokémon can be captured and stored on the Pokewalker, but only one will appear on the inventory screen.
 
*You will also be able to receive items through other Poké Walker devices using infared.
 
*You will also be able to receive items through other Poké Walker devices using infared.
*The Poké Walker is similiar to the Pokémon Pikachu 2 pedometer/virtual pet in its use of ''Watts'' as currency to trade for items.
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*The Poké Walker is similar to the Pokémon Pikachu 2 pedometer/virtual pet in its use of ''Watts'' as currency to trade for items.
   
== Starters ==
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==Starters==
* You can get one of the [[Johto]] Starters from [[Professor Elm]] at the beginning of the game.
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*You can get one of the [[Johto]] Starters from [[Professor Elm]] at the beginning of the game.
* You can get one of the [[Kanto]] Starters from [[Professor Oak]] after beating [[Red]].
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*You can get one of the [[Kanto]] Starters from [[Professor Oak]] after beating [[Red]].
* You can get one of the the [[Hoenn]] Starters from [[Steven]] after beating [[Red]].
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*You can get one of the [[Hoenn]] Starters from [[Steven]] after beating Red.
* No [[Sinnoh]] Starters without trading.
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*No [[Sinnoh]] Starters without trading.
   
== Legendary ==
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==Legendary==
* The player can get both [[Ho-oh]] and [[Lugia]] on both games. The version mascot will be level 45, while the other will be level 70. To get them, however, the player must have all eight Johto gym Badges and defeat the [[Kimono Girl]]s in [[Ecruteak City]] first for the version mascot and get the [[Clear Bell]] in HeartGold or the [[Tidal Bell]] in SoulSilver.
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*The player can get both [[Ho-oh]] and [[Lugia]] on both games. The version mascot will be level 45, while the other will be level 70. To get them, however, the player must have all eight Johto gym Badges and defeat the [[Kimono Girl]]s in [[Ecruteak City]] first for the version mascot and get the [[Clear Bell]] in HeartGold or the [[Tidal Bell]] in SoulSilver.
 
**[[Ho-oh]] can be captured in the [[Tin Tower|Bell Tower]] if the player has the [[Rainbow Wing]] and [[Clear Bell]].
 
**[[Ho-oh]] can be captured in the [[Tin Tower|Bell Tower]] if the player has the [[Rainbow Wing]] and [[Clear Bell]].
 
**[[Lugia]] can be captured in the [[Whirl Islands]] if the player has the [[Silver Wing]] and [[Tidal Bell]].
 
**[[Lugia]] can be captured in the [[Whirl Islands]] if the player has the [[Silver Wing]] and [[Tidal Bell]].
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* You can find [[Mewtwo]] deep in [[Cerulean Cave]] once you have all the [[Kanto]] badges.
 
* You can find [[Mewtwo]] deep in [[Cerulean Cave]] once you have all the [[Kanto]] badges.
   
== Other Pokémon ==
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==Other Pokémon==
 
* Like in the originals, you can obtain [[Sudowoodo]] at Level 20.
 
* Like in the originals, you can obtain [[Sudowoodo]] at Level 20.
 
* You can also get [[Lapras]] in [[Union Cave]] at level 20 each Friday.
 
* You can also get [[Lapras]] in [[Union Cave]] at level 20 each Friday.
 
* The infamous Red [[Gyarados]] is at level 30. (It is a water-flying type, so be careful with the electric attacks!)
 
* The infamous Red [[Gyarados]] is at level 30. (It is a water-flying type, so be careful with the electric attacks!)
 
* You can catch a [[Snorlax]] at [[Route 11]] at Level 50, which is blocking the [[Diglett Cave]], and you have to wake it up to capture by playing the Poké Flute in the PokéGear.
 
* You can catch a [[Snorlax]] at [[Route 11]] at Level 50, which is blocking the [[Diglett Cave]], and you have to wake it up to capture by playing the Poké Flute in the PokéGear.
* When you have the event [[Pikachu]] Coloured [[Pichu]] , go to the Shrine in [[Ilex Forest]] and then you will have chance to get the [[Notched Eared Pichu]] (or for the US&nbsp;and Europe [[Spikey Eared Pichu|Spiky Eared Pichu]]). The Pichu is given to you, so you don't have to waste Poké Balls.
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* When you have the event [[Pikachu]] Coloured [[Pichu]], go to the Shrine in [[Ilex Forest]] and then you will have chance to get the [[Notched Eared Pichu]] (or for the US&nbsp;and Europe [[Spikey Eared Pichu|Spiky Eared Pichu]]). The Pichu is given to you, so you don't have to waste Poké Balls.
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==Trivia==
== Videos ==
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*Fish or sea Pokémon can follow the player on land, although they have to live in water.
=== Trailer ===
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*Most legendary Pokémon or large Pokémon cannot follow the player when the player enters a building.
<youtube>M3zpC6Zfqh8</youtube>
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*Lyra appeared in the anime in a 5-episode arc to promote HGSS.
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*In both versions you get to fight both Red and Blue (from [[Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen|FireRed and LeafGreen versions]]).
   
 
==Gallery==
 
==Gallery==
<gallery widths="184" captionalign="left">
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<gallery>
Pokemon HGSS Logo.png|English Logos
 
 
HGSS - Intro1.png|''HeartGold and SoulSilver Title Cards''
 
HGSS - Intro1.png|''HeartGold and SoulSilver Title Cards''
Pokemon H.G. S.S. Trainers.png|The main protagonists [[Gold (game)|Ethan]] and [[Lyra]]
 
 
Choosing.png|''When choosing the character''
 
Choosing.png|''When choosing the character''
 
HGSS-PC.jpg|''The two playable characters shown in japanese Coro Coro magazine''
 
HGSS-PC.jpg|''The two playable characters shown in japanese Coro Coro magazine''
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==Trivia==
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==Videos==
*Fish or sea Pokémon can follow the player on land, although they have to live in water.
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*Legendary or large Pokémon cannot follow the player when the player enters a building.
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Pokemon Heart Gold and Soul Silver Official English Trailer
*Lyra appeared in the anime in a 5-episode arc to promote HGSS.
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*In both versions you get to fight both Red and Blue (from [[Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen|FireRed and LeafGreen versions]]).
 
 
== Links ==
 
   
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==External links==
 
*[http://www.pokemon.co.jp/info/game/g090508_01.html The official HeartGold and SoulSilver page on the Japanese Pokémon website.]
 
*[http://www.pokemon.co.jp/info/game/g090508_01.html The official HeartGold and SoulSilver page on the Japanese Pokémon website.]
   

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Pokémon HeartGold Version
ポケットモンスター ハートゴールド
HeartGoldUS
Pokémon HeartGold Version box art cover.
Pokémon SoulSilver Version
ポケットモンスター ソウルシルバ
SoulSilverUS
Pokémon SoulSilver Version box art cover.
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Game Information
Generation Generation IV
Players 1-4 players
Platform Nintendo DS
Developers Game Freak
Publishers Nintendo
The Pokémon Company
Release Dates
Japan September 12, 2009
North America March 14, 2010
Europe March 26, 2010*
Australia March 25, 2010
South Korea February 4, 2010
Ratings
CERO A
ESRB E
ACB G
OFLC G
PEGI 3
GRB ALL
HeartGold JP Cover
Pokémon HeartGold Version Japanese box art cover.
SoulSilver JP Cover
Pokémon SoulSilver Version Japanese box art cover.

Pokémon HeartGold and Pokémon SoulSilver are Generation IV's remakes of the original Generation II games, Pokémon Gold and Silver. Nintendo released Pokémon HeartGold and Pokémon SoulSilver versions in Japan on September 12, 2009. The games were released in March 14, 2010 for North America and March 26, 2010 in Europe.

These remakes incorporate the many advancements that the series has undergone since Generation II, much like how FireRed and LeafGreen changed from Red and Blue.

Changes from Pokémon Gold, Silver, and CrystalEdit

Goldsilvernew johto starters artwork

Johto starters in Heart Gold and SoulSilver.

  • The new female character named Lyra was added in HeartGold and SoulSilver and she replaces Kris (the female protagonist from Crystal), and Gold has been renamed as Ethan.
  • You receive the Vs. Recorder early in the game by Ethan or Lyra, depending on the gender you chose.
  • You have to visit the Sprout Tower and complete the task in it in order to access the Violet City's gym.
  • The Global Terminal is found at Goldenrod City.
  • All 493 Pokémon can follow you, including the Shiny Pokémon, and you cannot turn off the feature. To do this, you must put the Pokémon at the first in your party (the lead Pokémon), then it will appear behind you. You may also interact with it to show how it feels right now.
  • All the gyms are appeared to be tougher than in the original Generation II games.
  • The tiles of the puzzle in Ruins of Alph can be rotated to solve the puzzle. Players who succeeded solving the Kabuto puzzle will receive an Unown Dex from a man in the ruins.
  • Team Rocket now have four executives - Proton, Petrel, Ariana, and Archer.
  • Eusine (from Pokémon Crystal) returns, he is a character who is interested in Suicune. The player will meet him when the player found Suicune. His appearance also can be found at the intro video, which is a man wearing purple clothes. He will be seen whenever the character will encounter Suicine.
  • Additional routes, Route 47 and Route 48 is placed next to Cianwood City. A Safari Zone can be found at Route 48, owned by Baoba.
  • The areas in the Safari Zone can be altered after you receive the second challenge Baoba gives you.
  • Just like in the original Gold, Silver, and Crystal, there are many day based activities like the Bug Catching Contest, Goldenrod to Saffron City train, Olivine to Vermilion City ship, etc. These are also on the days they were in the originals too.
  • Next to the National Park there is the Pokéathlon Dome in which you can compete in minigames to win medals, which is open after you receive the Plain Badge.
  • The move Flash is now a TM move.
  • Hills that required HM08 Rock Climb can now be found.
  • Some trainers in Kanto region have Generation III and IV Pokémon .
  • The Battle Frontier at Route 40 replaces the Battle Tower.
  • The Pal Park replaces the Kanto Safari Zone in Fuchsia City.
  • There is Viridian Forest in Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver, which the earlier versions do not have (Pokémon Gold, Silver, Crystal), though the earlier games had a forest but with no Pokémon in it.
  • The radio functions in the PokéGear have been altered, which the player can manually tune the channel to listen, or pressing one of the four buttons to gain immediate access to the channels available.
  • Some channels have to be manually tuned, and must be standing in a specific location.
  • Poké Flute - Must be in the Kanto region, tune manually to the upper middle section. This radio channel helps to wake up the Snorlax in Route 11.
  • Mysterious Transmission - Inside the chamber of Ruins of Alph, manually tune the music to the center. It produces a strange sound, which is produced by Unown. It helps to increase the chance of meeting a rare-shaped Unown.
  • Giovanni returns in the remake, since he didn't returned in the original Generation II games and he only appears during in the Celebi event.
  • Silver's past was revealed in the remake that explains that he's the true son of Giovanni.
  • Brock, Sabrina, and Blaine were wearing completely different clothes.
  • Lyra's dialogue was included in the story if she's an non-playable character, unlike Kris and Leaf didn't appear in the story as non-playable characters in the previous games.
  • The Sinnoh Gym Leaders and Cynthia appears as Minor Characters in the remake.
  • Red uses a Lapras instead of an Espeon when the player challenges Red.

Gym LeadersEdit

Elite Four and ChampionEdit

VSWill
Will
Type Psychic
VSKoga
Koga
Type Poison
VSBruno
Bruno
Type Fighting
VSKaren
Karen
Type Dark
VSLance
Lance
Type Dragon

Poké WalkerEdit

  • The Poké Walker is a handheld pedometer that resembles a Poké Ball. It was sold with the HeartGold and SoulSilver Pokémon games.
  • The Poké Walker can connect to HeartGold and SoulSilver cartridges via infared signals and can "hold" one Pokémon that you then carry around with you.
  • A Pokémon being carried around in this manner will receive experience points and closeness, as well as the player gaining "watts", an in-game currency that can be used to find and catch wild Pokémon, search for items, and unlock new locations within the Poké Walker.
  • Up to three Pokémon can be captured and stored on the Pokewalker, but only one will appear on the inventory screen.
  • You will also be able to receive items through other Poké Walker devices using infared.
  • The Poké Walker is similar to the Pokémon Pikachu 2 pedometer/virtual pet in its use of Watts as currency to trade for items.

StartersEdit

LegendaryEdit

Other PokémonEdit

  • Like in the originals, you can obtain Sudowoodo at Level 20.
  • You can also get Lapras in Union Cave at level 20 each Friday.
  • The infamous Red Gyarados is at level 30. (It is a water-flying type, so be careful with the electric attacks!)
  • You can catch a Snorlax at Route 11 at Level 50, which is blocking the Diglett Cave, and you have to wake it up to capture by playing the Poké Flute in the PokéGear.
  • When you have the event Pikachu Coloured Pichu, go to the Shrine in Ilex Forest and then you will have chance to get the Notched Eared Pichu (or for the US and Europe Spiky Eared Pichu). The Pichu is given to you, so you don't have to waste Poké Balls.

TriviaEdit

  • Fish or sea Pokémon can follow the player on land, although they have to live in water.
  • Most legendary Pokémon or large Pokémon cannot follow the player when the player enters a building.
  • Lyra appeared in the anime in a 5-episode arc to promote HGSS.
  • In both versions you get to fight both Red and Blue (from FireRed and LeafGreen versions).

GalleryEdit



VideosEdit

External linksEdit

Main game series
Generation I Red & Green(Japan)
Blue(Japan)
Red & Blue(International)
Yellow
Generation II Gold & Silver
Crystal
Generation III Ruby & Sapphire
FireRed & LeafGreen
Emerald
Generation IV Diamond & Pearl
Platinum
HeartGold & SoulSilver
Generation V Black & White
Black2 & White2
Generation VI X & Y
Omega Ruby & Alpha Sapphire

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