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This is a new series of guides I'm making for the game Pokemon Crystal where I plan on covering almost everything about the game this will start with a walkthrough but I'll also be putting out things like a Pokemon Location guide, tips and tricks and other useful stuff in the future. I'll be releasing this walkthrough in parts on a weekly basis similar to my reviews. This is a new idea of mine so I'd love to get some feedback. With that said I hope you find this of use!

Introduction

So ready to start your adventure in the world of Johto are you? Brilliant! Well right of the bat after watching the epic and confusing intro cutscene I'd recommend going into the options menu and changing the text speed to fast. After that you can start by selecting a new game, and at this point it's pretty self explanatory. Professor Oak asks you what time it is and then says he's overslept (or apparently doesn't need sleep depending on what time of day you're playing).  You'll do a few basic things like telling him if you're a boy or a girl because apparently I look just a little bit too feminine as well as telling him your name.

With that out of the way you'll finally enter the world of Pokemon and before you check. no there isn't a potion in the PC that's in the 1st gen games only sadly enough. There's not much to do upstairs so you can go on and head down stairs where you'll meet up with your mom who will give you a pokegear and tell you to go see Professor Elm.

New Bark Town

So heading outside you should go to the Professor Elm's laboratory to the left of your house. If you want you can explore the town but there's not really much to gain from doing so. Either way, once inside the laboratory you'll talk to Professor Elm. He'll ask you to help him with his research by raising one of his Pokemon. Right before allowing you to choose one though he'll get an email which he explains is from his acquaintance Mr.Pokemon. He has apparently made a new discovery but elm and his assistant being busy at the lab asks you to go in his place instead.

Choosing a Pokemon!

So onto choosing a Pokemon, all three are good Pokemon so I'd recommend choosing whichever one you prefer but to help those who can't decide I'll just give a brief rundown of them, keep in mind this is mostly taking into accounts their later evolutions.

Chikorita

This is going to be the hardest of the three to raise. Partly because it's at a type disadvantage against a lot of the gyms including the first two and because it somewhat lacks the offensive power of the other two Pokemon being more defensively oriented and also being fairly limited in it's options when it comes to TMs except possibly earthquake. Despite all of this though it's still one of the better grass type Pokemon in the game and if you can successfully take advantage of it's defensive abilities it should still prove a good choice. Choose it if you want to but you'll most likely have a somewhat easier time with the other starters.

Cyndaquil

On the other side of the spectrum we got probably the easiest of the three to raise. Cyndaquil is going to do fairly well type wise against most gyms. It's a pretty offensive oriented Pokemon having a high special attack stat and lot of speed. This Pokemon is meant to hit first and hard. It also has access to a fair amount of TMs like Earthquake, Iron Tail or Thunder Punch for example which can be a big help against water types. Both Cyndaquil and Totodile and will make excellent choices but Cyndaquil has a slight edge due to having more advantages against gyms type wise. Definitely choose this Pokemon if you want to.

Totodile

So as you might've guessed this Pokemon is kind of in the middle. It's not going to be quite as speedy as Cyndaquil but it does have a bit more physical bulk and is on par with Chikorita. It's also more physically oriented offensively. Against gyms it'll also do fairly well for the most part but like I said Cyndaquil has a slight edge in that regard. It has access to a fair amount of TMs like Earthquake, Iron Tail but also Ice Punch which will help out against grass types in the same way Thunder Punch helps out Cyndaquil. While Cyndaquil will most likely have an easier time against gyms this can be remedied using other Pokemon when using Totodile, otherwise I'd say their on par with each other so Totodile makes a excellent choice as well.

So made your choice have you? Great (I personally opted for the candy wrapper in the trash can next to them but beggars can't always be choosers it seems).

Elm give you his phone number so you can contact him and heading out you'll receive a potion from his assistant. So finally your journey starts! With running an errand for Professor Elm... Oh well. So things still being pretty uneventful in the town, you should head towards Route 29.

Route 29

Here you will finally encounter some wild Pokemo, unfortunately you can't catch any yet but you can battle them to level up your Pokemon if you wish, On Tuesdays there will also be an NPC named Tuscany that can be found here, she will hand out an item called the Pink Bow which will power up your Pokemon's Normal Type moves. She's part of the Week Siblings. One of the week siblings will appear each day handing out an item that will power up the moves of Pokemon with different types, they're each found in a different area. You can also find a potion going to the most north eastern part of the route.

You will also walk past a gate house leading to Route 46. You'll be able to find some interesting Pokemon there but going there now wont be of much use as you still don't have any Poke Balls so I'd advice passing it for now.

Continuing on you will also find a tree at the north western part of the route near the next city. You can get a berry from it which will re grow the next day. For those who don't know berries have various effect such as curing status conditions or healing your Pokemon unlike a Potion or an Antidote though by giving a berry to your Pokemon before a battle it'll be able to use it on it's own when needed. So they can be very useful for certain situations especially early on in the game.

Either way, continuing you should now soon find yourself in Cherrygrove City.

Cherrygrove City

Right upon entering you should see an old man. I advise talking to him as he will give you a short tour of the city and then give you the map card which is an add on for your Pokegear that's basically a map... Bet you didn't see that coming. You may also visit the local Pokemon Center to heal up your Pokemon, though something about the nurse saying hope to see you again every time after healing my Pokemon makes me think she's evil...

I mean uh... Ahem.

You can also visit the Poke Mart if you feel like buying any Potions. There will also be Weedles on the next route that can poison your Pokemon so you could consider picking up an antidote. Alternatively you could just run from them which should work just as well.
Not much else to gain here so unless you want to explore for a bit you should head towards Route 30.

Route 30

Heading past the first part of grass here you will see a house with a berry tree next to it which you can get a berry from. Heading inside the house you will find a man who will tell you about berries and give you another one after talking to him. Berry overload!

Heading past the house there will be branching paths. Just to the left you'll find an antidote (guess you didn't need to pick up an antidote either way earlier ehehe). The road on the left is blocked off however by two people having a Pokemon battle there, kids these days, amirite?

So with that in mind you should go to the right instead through all the grass (not that you have much of a choice anyways) and at the end you will finally stumble upon a house, Mr Pokemon's House! Before you head in however you should grab the psncureberry from the tree next to the house. There is also a hidden potion in the flowerbed in front of the house. Once you're ready head in.

Mr Pokemon's House

Mr Pokemon will tell you about his new discovery, a mysterious egg which he got from a couple who runs a Pokemon daycare and gives it to you to deliver to Professor Elm. You will also meet Professor Oak who apparently "just so happened" to hear you were running an errand and waited for you to arrive. He proceeds to give you a pokedex and tells you to complete the pokedex before leaving. Before going back to Professor Elm Mr. Pokemon will heal your Pokemon for you, how nice.

As soon as you step outside however, Professor Elm in a state of panic, and telling to get back to the lab immediately... What could've happened at the lab?

Cherrygrove City

Getting back to Cherrygrove I suggest healing your Pokemon before going any further you'll know why in a second.

As soon as you attempt to leave the town going towards Route 29 you will encounter a guy who's running straight towards you. It turns out to be the guy who was spying at the lab earlier. He tells you that you're a wimp... Hey nobody insults -insert your name here- ! He challenges you to a Pokemon battle, conveniently enough having the starter Pokemon you have a type disadvantage to. It'll only be at level 5 however and even if you didn't defeat a single Pokemon you should still easily be able to win using all the potions and berries you picked up. After defeating (or losing to him) he says his name is ??? and tells you he's going to be the world's greatest Pokemon trainer and then runs off. Way to show him! (or not). You don't know it yet but this guy is your soon to be rival (well actually you do know because I just told you teehee).

Professor Elm's Lab

Inside the lab you'll see a policeman talking to Professor Elm. He tells you he was gathering some information as a Pokemon was stolen by an individual with long red hair. You tell him that you battled him on the way there and he asks you for his name. You can essentially name your rival whatever you want by doing this but personally I usually go with ??? for Irony's sake, he did say that was his name after all. The policeman will then thank you for the information and be on his way.

Talking to Professor Elm you'll hand him the egg and he'll be shocked too learn about the discovery and promises to call you if he learns anything more about it... because apparently nobody has figured out how Pokemon procreate... Seems logical. He then learns about Professor Oak giving you a pokedex, which shocks him and he recommends you to take on the Pokemon League challenge. On your way out the assistant will give you five poke balls, which means you'll finally be able to catch Pokemon!

So your journey to become a Pokemon Master has finally begun and in the next part i'll guide you to getting your first gym badge, I hope you enjoyed this part of my Pokemon Crystal Walkthrough and you'll tune in next time!

So yes this is a new concept of mine so I would really love some feedback therefore I'm going to summon some people I figured might be interested, please comment on what you think about this, if you like it and how I can improve on this idea. Additionally if you would like to be notified when I release new parts in the future feel free to tell me and I'll add you to my summon list.

Summons:

Gamin'gal: We talked about this earlier so I figured I would summon you.
Pokefreak219 : Figured this might be something you're interested in.
Cradily is love : Figured you might be interested in this as well.
This is a new series of guides I'm making for the game Pokemon Crystal where I plan on covering almost everything about the game this will start with a walkthrough but I'll also be putting out things like a Pokemon Location guide, tips and tricks and other useful stuff in the future. I'll be releasing this walkthrough in parts on a weekly basis similar to my reviews. This is a new idea of mine so I'd love to get some feedback. With that said I hope you find this of use!

Introduction

So ready to start your adventure in the world of Johto are you? Brilliant! Well right of the bat after watching the epic and confusing intro cutscene I'd recommend going into the options menu and changing the text speed to fast. After that you can start by selecting a new game, and at this point it's pretty self explanatory. Professor Oak asks you what time it is and then says he's overslept (or apparently doesn't need sleep depending on what time of day you're playing).  You'll do a few basic things like telling him if you're a boy or a girl because apparently I look just a little bit too feminine as well as telling him your name.

With that out of the way you'll finally enter the world of Pokemon and before you check. no there isn't a potion in the PC that's in the 1st gen games only sadly enough. There's not much to do upstairs so you can go on and head down stairs where you'll meet up with your mom who will give you a pokegear and tell you to go see Professor Elm.

New Bark Town

So heading outside you should go to the Professor Elm's laboratory to the left of your house. If you want you can explore the town but there's not really much to gain from doing so. Either way, once inside the laboratory you'll talk to Professor Elm. He'll ask you to help him with his research by raising one of his Pokemon. Right before allowing you to choose one though he'll get an email which he explains is from his acquaintance Mr.Pokemon. He has apparently made a new discovery but elm and his assistant being busy at the lab asks you to go in his place instead.

Choosing a Pokemon!

So onto choosing a Pokemon, all three are good Pokemon so I'd recommend choosing whichever one you prefer but to help those who can't decide I'll just give a brief rundown of them, keep in mind this is mostly taking into accounts their later evolutions.

Chikorita

This is going to be the hardest of the three to raise. Partly because it's at a type disadvantage against a lot of the gyms including the first two and because it somewhat lacks the offensive power of the other two Pokemon being more defensively oriented and also being fairly limited in it's options when it comes to TMs except possibly earthquake. Despite all of this though it's still one of the better grass type Pokemon in the game and if you can successfully take advantage of it's defensive abilities it should still prove a good choice. Choose it if you want to but you'll most likely have a somewhat easier time with the other starters.

Cyndaquil

On the other side of the spectrum we got probably the easiest of the three to raise. Cyndaquil is going to do fairly well type wise against most gyms. It's a pretty offensive oriented Pokemon having a high special attack stat and lot of speed. This Pokemon is meant to hit first and hard. It also has access to a fair amount of TMs like Earthquake, Iron Tail or Thunder Punch for example which can be a big help against water types. Both Cyndaquil and Totodile and will make excellent choices but Cyndaquil has a slight edge due to having more advantages against gyms type wise. Definitely choose this Pokemon if you want to.

Totodile

So as you might've guessed this Pokemon is kind of in the middle. It's not going to be quite as speedy as Cyndaquil but it does have a bit more physical bulk and is on par with Chikorita. It's also more physically oriented offensively. Against gyms it'll also do fairly well for the most part but like I said Cyndaquil has a slight edge in that regard. It has access to a fair amount of TMs like Earthquake, Iron Tail but also Ice Punch which will help out against grass types in the same way Thunder Punch helps out Cyndaquil. While Cyndaquil will most likely have an easier time against gyms this can be remedied using other Pokemon when using Totodile, otherwise I'd say their on par with each other so Totodile makes a excellent choice as well.

So made your choice have you? Great (I personally opted for the candy wrapper in the trash can next to them but beggars can't always be choosers it seems).

Elm give you his phone number so you can contact him and heading out you'll receive a potion from his assistant. So finally your journey starts! With running an errand for Professor Elm... Oh well. So things still being pretty uneventful in the town, you should head towards Route 29.

Route 29

Here you will finally encounter some wild Pokemo, unfortunately you can't catch any yet but you can battle them to level up your Pokemon if you wish, On Tuesdays there will also be an NPC named Tuscany that can be found here, she will hand out an item called the Pink Bow which will power up your Pokemon's Normal Type moves. She's part of the Week Siblings. One of the week siblings will appear each day handing out an item that will power up the moves of Pokemon with different types, they're each found in a different area. You can also find a potion going to the most north eastern part of the route.

You will also walk past a gate house leading to Route 46. You'll be able to find some interesting Pokemon there but going there now wont be of much use as you still don't have any Poke Balls so I'd advice passing it for now.

Continuing on you will also find a tree at the north western part of the route near the next city. You can get a berry from it which will re grow the next day. For those who don't know berries have various effect such as curing status conditions or healing your Pokemon unlike a Potion or an Antidote though by giving a berry to your Pokemon before a battle it'll be able to use it on it's own when needed. So they can be very useful for certain situations especially early on in the game.

Either way, continuing you should now soon find yourself in Cherrygrove City.

Cherrygrove City

Right upon entering you should see an old man. I advise talking to him as he will give you a short tour of the city and then give you the map card which is an add on for your Pokegear that's basically a map... Bet you didn't see that coming. You may also visit the local Pokemon Center to heal up your Pokemon, though something about the nurse saying hope to see you again every time after healing my Pokemon makes me think she's evil...

I mean uh... Ahem.

You can also visit the Poke Mart if you feel like buying any Potions. There will also be Weedles on the next route that can poison your Pokemon so you could consider picking up an antidote. Alternatively you could just run from them which should work just as well.
Not much else to gain here so unless you want to explore for a bit you should head towards Route 30.

Route 30

Heading past the first part of grass here you will see a house with a berry tree next to it which you can get a berry from. Heading inside the house you will find a man who will tell you about berries and give you another one after talking to him. Berry overload!

Heading past the house there will be branching paths. Just to the left you'll find an antidote (guess you didn't need to pick up an antidote either way earlier ehehe). The road on the left is blocked off however by two people having a Pokemon battle there, kids these days, amirite?

So with that in mind you should go to the right instead through all the grass (not that you have much of a choice anyways) and at the end you will finally stumble upon a house, Mr Pokemon's House! Before you head in however you should grab the psncureberry from the tree next to the house. There is also a hidden potion in the flowerbed in front of the house. Once you're ready head in.

Mr Pokemon's House

Mr Pokemon will tell you about his new discovery, a mysterious egg which he got from a couple who runs a Pokemon daycare and gives it to you to deliver to Professor Elm. You will also meet Professor Oak who apparently "just so happened" to hear you were running an errand and waited for you to arrive. He proceeds to give you a pokedex and tells you to complete the pokedex before leaving. Before going back to Professor Elm Mr. Pokemon will heal your Pokemon for you, how nice.

As soon as you step outside however, Professor Elm in a state of panic, and telling to get back to the lab immediately... What could've happened at the lab?

Cherrygrove City

Getting back to Cherrygrove I suggest healing your Pokemon before going any further you'll know why in a second.

As soon as you attempt to leave the town going towards Route 29 you will encounter a guy who's running straight towards you. It turns out to be the guy who was spying at the lab earlier. He tells you that you're a wimp... Hey nobody insults -insert your name here- ! He challenges you to a Pokemon battle, conveniently enough having the starter Pokemon you have a type disadvantage to. It'll only be at level 5 however and even if you didn't defeat a single Pokemon you should still easily be able to win using all the potions and berries you picked up. After defeating (or losing to him) he says his name is ??? and tells you he's going to be the world's greatest Pokemon trainer and then runs off. Way to show him! (or not). You don't know it yet but this guy is your soon to be rival (well actually you do know because I just told you teehee).

Professor Elm's Lab

Inside the lab you'll see a policeman talking to Professor Elm. He tells you he was gathering some information as a Pokemon was stolen by an individual with long red hair. You tell him that you battled him on the way there and he asks you for his name. You can essentially name your rival whatever you want by doing this but personally I usually go with ??? for Irony's sake, he did say that was his name after all. The policeman will then thank you for the information and be on his way.

Talking to Professor Elm you'll hand him the egg and he'll be shocked too learn about the discovery and promises to call you if he learns anything more about it... because apparently nobody has figured out how Pokemon procreate... Seems logical. He then learns about Professor Oak giving you a pokedex, which shocks him and he recommends you to take on the Pokemon League challenge. On your way out the assistant will give you five poke balls, which means you'll finally be able to catch Pokemon!

So your journey to become a Pokemon Master has finally begun and in the next part i'll guide you to getting your first gym badge, I hope you enjoyed this part of my Pokemon Crystal Walkthrough and you'll tune in next time!

So yes this is a new concept of mine so I would really love some feedback therefore I'm going to summon some people I figured might be interested, please comment on what you think about this, if you like it and how I can improve on this idea. Additionally if you would like to be notified when I release new parts in the future feel free to tell me and I'll add you to my summon list.

Summons:

Gamin'gal: We talked about this earlier so I figured I would summon you.
Pokefreak219 : Figured this might be something you're interested in.
Cradily is love : Figured you might be interested in this as well.
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Looks good, although I'm surprised that you say that Totodile is in the middle and Cyndaquil is the easiest, I myself and some other people think it's the opposite, so Totodile would be the easiest. He has a fair range of TMs to learn and he also can learn a lot of the HMs as well, so if you teach him Surf he can get very strong. You can also give him Ice attacks to make up for his grass weakness if you want.

And against a lot of gym leaders he is pretty good as well, but mostly in Johto (Kanto would be better to have Chikorita ready).
Looks good, although I'm surprised that you say that Totodile is in the middle and Cyndaquil is the easiest, I myself and some other people think it's the opposite, so Totodile would be the easiest. He has a fair range of TMs to learn and he also can learn a lot of the HMs as well, so if you teach him Surf he can get very strong. You can also give him Ice attacks to make up for his grass weakness if you want.

And against a lot of gym leaders he is pretty good as well, but mostly in Johto (Kanto would be better to have Chikorita ready).
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juuldude : The main reason Cyndaquil is a step above Totodile is because it has a bigger advantage against the gyms. They both have access to a fair amount of tms and hms.  And one of the downsides of Totodile in the second generation games is that there's no real good physical water type move that it can learn since it was before the special and physical split that happened in later generations. It can still do well since it has decent special attack and surf is a fairly strong move but it's still kind of a shame. And yeah you can teach it ice punch (though it's a special move as well) for it's grass weakness just like you can teach Cyndaquil thunder Punch for it's water weakness. It's kind of a shame it doesn't get as much use of it's attack stat (except for maybe if you teach it earthquake or iron tail).

Chikorita does get kind of better once you get to Kanto because it does better against the gyms type wise on the other hand you should have a full team of Pokemon by then either way so my analysis is mostly taking Johto into consideration. 

I was also thinking of adding images to the walkthrough to make things a bit easier like when showing where to find items and other stuff.
juuldude : The main reason Cyndaquil is a step above Totodile is because it has a bigger advantage against the gyms. They both have access to a fair amount of tms and hms.  And one of the downsides of Totodile in the second generation games is that there's no real good physical water type move that it can learn since it was before the special and physical split that happened in later generations. It can still do well since it has decent special attack and surf is a fairly strong move but it's still kind of a shame. And yeah you can teach it ice punch (though it's a special move as well) for it's grass weakness just like you can teach Cyndaquil thunder Punch for it's water weakness. It's kind of a shame it doesn't get as much use of it's attack stat (except for maybe if you teach it earthquake or iron tail).

Chikorita does get kind of better once you get to Kanto because it does better against the gyms type wise on the other hand you should have a full team of Pokemon by then either way so my analysis is mostly taking Johto into consideration. 

I was also thinking of adding images to the walkthrough to make things a bit easier like when showing where to find items and other stuff.
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