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This is a section of the Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver Walkthrough, click [[Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver Walkthrough|here]] to go back to the main page if you want to select other sections or read the introduction. This page is a walkthrough for the following place: [[Route 30]], [[Cherrygrove City]], [[New Bark Town]], [[Route 29]]
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*For the main page, click [[Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver Walkthrough|here]].
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*For Part 1, click [[Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver Walkthrough/Section 1|here]]
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*For Part 3, click [[Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver Walkthrough/Section 3|here]].
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==Route 30==
 
==Route 30==
===Get Apricorn Box===
 
You will find a first house at this route, with a Apricorn tree next to it. First, you need an Apricorn Box in order to obtain the Green Apricorn here. Enter the house, and talk to the man to receive the box.
 
   
[[Image:HGSS - Route 30 1.png]]
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On the second visit to Route 30, the Pokémon battle that had blocked the western road has ended, clearing the path northward.
   
===Inaccessible Route===
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==Route 31==
The northwestern part of the route is inaccessible, because there are trainer battles there. You may return here if you visited Mr. Pokémon and Prof. Elm again.
 
   
[[Image:HGSS - Route 30 4.png]]
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Route 31 is a small route that connects Route 30 and Violet City. The western entrance to Dark Cave is located here, but the area cannot be fully explored just yet.
   
===Mr. Pokémon's House===
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When you step inside the gate, Lyra/Ethan enters from the east. She/He gives you a gift, the Vs. Recorder. This device can record and replay battles, and allows you to share them with friends.
The house Prof. Elm wanted you to go is located at the north of the map. Head into the house and Mr. Pokémon will greet you. Then he will then give you a Mysterious Egg, which you put it in your Key Item bag (not in your party!). Then he will heal your Pokémon.
 
   
After that, Prof. Oak will walk towards you and greet you. He will then look at your Pokémon, then gives you a [[Pokédex]]. He also gives you his phone number. Then, he went off.
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==Violet City==
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[[File:Violet City HGSS.png|right|300px]]
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Violet City is the first city with a Pokémon Gym. Other landmarks include [[Sprout Tower]] in the north, and Earl's Pokémon Academy in the east. It is recommendable to catch a Bellsprout to trade for the [[Onix]] in the house near the Pokémon Center, as it can learn [[Rock Throw]] which will help when it comes time to battle Falkner later.
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The Juggler outside the Pokémon Center likes to collect Shards, and will trade three different Berries for each one. The Berries obtained correspond to the shard's color.
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The kid in the house near the Pokémon Center is looking for a Bellsprout. In return, he offers his Onix, Rocky. Rock Pokémon like this will be useful at the Violet Gym.
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The Pokémon School is where young Trainers learn how to raise Pokémon. The blackboard lists the five status ailments that can affect a Pokémon.
   
[[Image:HGSS - Route 30 2.png]]
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===Sprout Tower===
   
As soon as you leave the house, Prof. Elm calls you. He said that something had happened in his lab. He wanted you to return to the lab as fast as possible. So, let's hurry, head down to [[Cherrygrove City]].
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Sprout Tower is a towering pagoda where [[Sage]]s teach that all living things coexist through cooperation. Since these monks also train Pokémon, it's a good opportunity to train before challenging the [[Violet Gym]].
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Battle Sage Nico and climb down the northeast ladder.
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Grab the [[Parlyz Heal]], fight Sage Chow, and climb up the western ladder.
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Collect the [[X Accuracy ]]and climb the southern ladder.
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Pick up the Potion and head north. It seems that Elder Li has just been defeated by [[Silver (game)|Silver]]. The elder scolds him for being too harsh on his Pokémon, then Silver leaves via an Escape Rope. Grab the [[Escape Rope]] to the east, then speak to Li to be drawn into battle.
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Li rewards you with [[TM70]] ([[Flash]]), which illuminates certain areas. Use the Escape Rope to exit the tower, and set out for the first Gym.
   
[[Image:HGSS - Route 30 3.png]]
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==Violet Gym==
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! colspan="13" style="padding-bottom: 1px; padding-left: 20px; padding-right: 20px;"|Violet City Pokémon Gym<br />
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Leader: Falkner<br />
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The Elegant Master of Flying Pokémon<br />
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{{Col-end}}
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{{Col-begin}}
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{{Col-2}}
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{{TrainerA|HGSS|Bird Keeper|Abe|1|}}
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{{TrainerB|021|Spearow|9}}
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{{TrainerC|288}}
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{{Col-2}}
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{{TrainerA|HGSS|Bird Keeper|Rod|2}}
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{{TrainerB|016|Pidgey|7|Normal|Flying}}
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{{TrainerB|016|Pidgey|7|Normal|Flying}}
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{{TrainerC|224}}
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{{Col-end}}
   
==Cherrygrove City==
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[[File:Violet Gym HGSS.png|right|300px]]
===Rival Battle #1===
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The Violet Gym specializes in {{type|Flying}}-type Pokémon. Clip their wings with {{type|Electric}} attacks, or knock them out of the sky with {{type|Rock}} moves. The traded [[Onix]] will be a big help, and [[Mareep]] can be found on Route 32 to the south. Avoid using {{type|Grass}} and {{type|Bug}} Pokémon. Falkner will use Roost often, so be ready for a long battle. Step onto the wooden platform to reach the elevated walkway. This S-shaped battlefield has a Gym Trainer at each end, but it is possible to avoid both and reach Falkner immediately by traveling along the glass tiles.
You meet the same boy who is standing suspiciously outside the Prof. Elm's lab a while earlier. He then challenged you with the Pokémon he stole from the lab. His Pokémon is always have a type that is against yours. If you choose [[Chikorita]], he will use [[Cyndaquil]]. If you choose [[Cyndaquil]], he will use [[Totodile]]. Last, if you choose [[Totodile]], he will choose [[Chikorita]].
 
   
[[Image:HGSS - Cherrygrove City 4.png]]
 
   
After battling, he will complain that he wants to be the world's greatest Pokémon Trainer. Then he walked away. But then he returned to you and grab back his Trainer Card, apparantly you are holding it, then he realised you saw his name. Then he walked away. Now head back to Prof. Elm's lab now by going through [[Route 29]].
 
   
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!colspan="2" style="background-color:#FFFF00; color:#000000;"|Passerby Boy
 
 
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|[[File:HGSS Chikorita Sprite.png]]/[[File:HGSS Cyndaquil Sprite.png]]/[[File:HGSS Totodile Sprite.png]]&nbsp;
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! colspan="4" style="padding-bottom: 1px; padding-left: 20px; padding-right: 20px;"| <div style="background: #{{Flying}}; {{roundytop|15px}} padding: 2px 15px;">[[Falkner|<font color=#FFFFFF>Leader Falkner</font>]]</div>
 
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|[[Chikorita]] / [[Cyndaquil]] / [[Totodile]]
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| colspan="4" style="background-color:#{{Flying}}; {{roundy|15px}}" | [[Image:VSFalkner.png|link=Falkner]]
 
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|Lv. 5
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! colspan="2" style="background-color:#{{Flying}}; {{roundyleft|15px}}" | [[Poké Dollar|<font color=#000000>Reward</font>]]
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| colspan="2" style="background-color:#{{Flying}}; {{roundytr|15px}}" | [[image:Pokedollar.png]] 1,560
 
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|{{Type|Grass}} / {{Type|Fire}} / {{Type|Water}}
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! colspan="2" style="background-color:#{{Flying}}; {{roundyleft|15px}}" | Location
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| colspan="2" style="background-color:#{{Flying}}; {{roundybr|15px}}" | Violet Gym
 
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| colspan="2" style="background: #{{Flying}}; {{roundy|15px}}" | [[Image:HGSS 016 front.png|link=Pidgey]]
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| colspan="2" style="background: #{{Flying}}; {{roundy|15px}}" | [[Image:HGSS 017 front.png|link=Pidgeotto]]
 
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!colspan="2" style="background-color:#FFFFFF; color:#000000;"|Money: 500
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! colspan="2" style="background: #{{Normal}}; {{roundytop|15px}}" | [[Pidgey|<font color=#FFFFFF>Pidgey</font>]]
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! colspan="2" style="background: #{{Normal}}; {{roundytop|15px}}" | [[Pidgeotto|<font color=#FFFFFF>Pidgeotto</font>]]
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! style="background: #{{Flying}};" | Level
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| style="background: #{{Flying}};" | 9
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! style="background: #{{Flying}};" | Level
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| style="background: #{{Flying}};" | 13
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! style="background: #{{Normal}};" | Ability
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| style="background: #{{Normal}};" | [[Keen Eye|<font color=#000000>Keen Eye</font>]]
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! style="background: #{{Normal}};" | Ability
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| style="background: #{{Normal}};" | [[Keen Eye|<font color=#000000>Keen Eye</font>]]
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! style="background: #{{Flying}}; {{roundybl|15px}}" | Items
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| style="background: #{{Flying}}; {{roundybr|15px}}" | None
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! style="background: #{{Flying}}; {{roundybl|15px}}" | Items
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| style="background: #{{Flying}}; {{roundybr|15px}}" | None
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! style="border:1px solid #A8A878; background: #E0E0CF; {{roundyleft|15px}}" | [[Tackle|<font color=#000000>Tackle</font>]]
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! style="border:1px solid #A8A878; background: #E0E0CF; {{roundyright|15px}}" | [[Sand Attack|<font color=#000000>Sand Attack</font>]]
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! style="border:1px solid #A8A878; background: #E0E0CF; {{roundyleft|15px}}" | [[Gust|<font color=#000000>Gust</font>]]
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! style="border:1px solid #A8A878; background: #E0E0CF; {{roundyright|15px}}" | [[Tackle|<font color=#000000>Tackle</font>]]
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! colspan="2" style="border:1px solid #A8A878; background: #E0E0CF; {{roundy|15px}}" | [[-|<font color=#000000>-</font>]]
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! colspan="2" style="border:1px solid #A8A878; background: #E0E0CF; {{roundy|15px}}" | [[Roost|<font color=#000000>Roost</font>]]
 
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==New Bark Town==
 
===Theft Case===
 
Prof. Elm is very shocked and worried back in his lab. A police asked him whether you saw any suspicious character - which is the same person you battled just now. Ethan/Lyra enter the lab and also states that he/she had met the thief. Now, you just have to give him a name. I will call him 'Silver'.
 
 
[[Image:HGSS - New Bark Town 10.png]]
 
   
Then, you pass the Mysterious Egg to Prof. Elm. Prof. Elm then steps back, surprised at the egg. Then, he was shocked to hear that you received a Pokédex from Prof. Oak. Then he tell you to challenge the gym around Johto, then go challenge the Pokémon League. He also wants you to tell your Mom going off for the long journey. (If you have not yet tell your Mum, she will call you at Route 30, asking whether you want to save money).
 
   
[[Image:HGSS - New Bark Town 11.png]]
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Defeated, Falkner awards you the [[Zephyr Badge]], which ensures obedience from all Pokémon up to level 20, and enables the use of [[Rock Smash]] in the field. He also hands over [[TM51]] ([[Roost]]) as a prize. Roost restores 50% of the user's maximum HP, and {{type|Flying}} types that use it are treated as single-type Pokémon until the next turn.
   
Now, it's time to leave to [[Violet City]].
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Elm calls when you leave the Gym, and asks that you speak with his aide inside the Poké Mart. The aide asks that you take care of the Mystery Egg, which will eventually hatch into a [[Togepi]] with the special Extrasensory move. The professor will call again when the Egg hatches, asking to see it; visit him with Togepi as the lead Pokémon to receive an[[ Everstone]].
   
==Route 29==
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Upon leaving the Poké Mart, you meet one of the Kimono Girls, five sisters from [[Ecruteak City]]'s Dance Theater. She shows an interest in the "important" Egg, and asks that you take good care of it before leaving to the south.
When you are heading out to [[Route 29]], Ethan/Lyra will approach you and teach you how to catch a Pokémon. After that, he/she will give you 5 [[Poké Balls]]. Then he/she leave the place. Continue to [[Cherrygrove City]] and then to [[Route 30]].
 
   
[[Image:HGSS - Route 29 3.png]]
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==Route 36==
   
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The next destination is Route 32 to the south, but detour to Route 36 in the west first. Speak to the man to receive [[HM06]] ([[Rock Smash]]), a move that can now be used anytime in the field, thanks to the Zephyr Badge. On Thursdays, Arthur of the Week Siblings can be found here; speaking to him will result in a Hard Stone on the first meeting, and a Careless Ribbon on subsequent meetings.
   
*For the main page, click [[Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver Walkthrough|here]].
 
*For Part 1, click [[Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver Walkthrough/Section 1|here]]
 
*For Part 3, click [[Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver Walkthrough/Section 3|here]].
 
   
==Video Walkthroughs==
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[[Category:Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver Walkthrough]]
*[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OC_shwDgXOM Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver Walkthrough 2 - Cherrygrove City, Route 29 & Route 30]
 
*[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=whUIVzPRCX8 Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver Walkthrough 3 - Stolen Pokémon]
 
[[Category:Walkthroughs]]
 

Latest revision as of 19:34, April 21, 2016

Part 1 Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver Walkthrough List Part 3

Route 30Edit

On the second visit to Route 30, the Pokémon battle that had blocked the western road has ended, clearing the path northward.

Route 31Edit

Route 31 is a small route that connects Route 30 and Violet City. The western entrance to Dark Cave is located here, but the area cannot be fully explored just yet.

When you step inside the gate, Lyra/Ethan enters from the east. She/He gives you a gift, the Vs. Recorder. This device can record and replay battles, and allows you to share them with friends.

Violet CityEdit

Violet City HGSS

Violet City is the first city with a Pokémon Gym. Other landmarks include Sprout Tower in the north, and Earl's Pokémon Academy in the east. It is recommendable to catch a Bellsprout to trade for the Onix in the house near the Pokémon Center, as it can learn Rock Throw which will help when it comes time to battle Falkner later. The Juggler outside the Pokémon Center likes to collect Shards, and will trade three different Berries for each one. The Berries obtained correspond to the shard's color. The kid in the house near the Pokémon Center is looking for a Bellsprout. In return, he offers his Onix, Rocky. Rock Pokémon like this will be useful at the Violet Gym. The Pokémon School is where young Trainers learn how to raise Pokémon. The blackboard lists the five status ailments that can affect a Pokémon.

Sprout TowerEdit

Sprout Tower is a towering pagoda where Sages teach that all living things coexist through cooperation. Since these monks also train Pokémon, it's a good opportunity to train before challenging the Violet Gym. Battle Sage Nico and climb down the northeast ladder. Grab the Parlyz Heal, fight Sage Chow, and climb up the western ladder. Collect the X Accuracy and climb the southern ladder. Pick up the Potion and head north. It seems that Elder Li has just been defeated by Silver. The elder scolds him for being too harsh on his Pokémon, then Silver leaves via an Escape Rope. Grab the Escape Rope to the east, then speak to Li to be drawn into battle. Li rewards you with TM70 (Flash), which illuminates certain areas. Use the Escape Rope to exit the tower, and set out for the first Gym.

Violet GymEdit

Violet City Pokémon Gym

Leader: Falkner
The Elegant Master of Flying Pokémon

Trainer Pokémon Level
Bird KeeperHGSSsprite
Bird Keeper
Abe
021 Spearow 9
Gain: Poké Dollar288
Trainer Pokémon Level
Bird KeeperHGSSsprite
Bird Keeper
Rod
016 Pidgey 7
016 Pidgey 7
Gain: Poké Dollar224
Violet Gym HGSS

The Violet Gym specializes in Flying-type Pokémon. Clip their wings with Electric attacks, or knock them out of the sky with Rock moves. The traded Onix will be a big help, and Mareep can be found on Route 32 to the south. Avoid using Grass and Bug Pokémon. Falkner will use Roost often, so be ready for a long battle. Step onto the wooden platform to reach the elevated walkway. This S-shaped battlefield has a Gym Trainer at each end, but it is possible to avoid both and reach Falkner immediately by traveling along the glass tiles.


VSFalkner
Reward Pokedollar 1,560
Location Violet Gym
HGSS 016 front HGSS 017 front
Pidgey Pidgeotto
Level 9 Level 13
Ability Keen Eye Ability Keen Eye
Items None Items None
Tackle Sand Attack Gust Tackle
- Roost


Defeated, Falkner awards you the Zephyr Badge, which ensures obedience from all Pokémon up to level 20, and enables the use of Rock Smash in the field. He also hands over TM51 (Roost) as a prize. Roost restores 50% of the user's maximum HP, and Flying types that use it are treated as single-type Pokémon until the next turn.

Elm calls when you leave the Gym, and asks that you speak with his aide inside the Poké Mart. The aide asks that you take care of the Mystery Egg, which will eventually hatch into a Togepi with the special Extrasensory move. The professor will call again when the Egg hatches, asking to see it; visit him with Togepi as the lead Pokémon to receive an Everstone.

Upon leaving the Poké Mart, you meet one of the Kimono Girls, five sisters from Ecruteak City's Dance Theater. She shows an interest in the "important" Egg, and asks that you take good care of it before leaving to the south.

Route 36Edit

The next destination is Route 32 to the south, but detour to Route 36 in the west first. Speak to the man to receive HM06 (Rock Smash), a move that can now be used anytime in the field, thanks to the Zephyr Badge. On Thursdays, Arthur of the Week Siblings can be found here; speaking to him will result in a Hard Stone on the first meeting, and a Careless Ribbon on subsequent meetings.

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