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Pokemon Gold and Silver Crystal game guide: From Gym Leader Clair to Victory Road

Pewter City Gym

The Pewter City Gym is blocked by boulders of la va.

You need to drop the boulder on the 2nd floor to progress through the Gym.

Be cautious of the boulder in the bottom right corner on the 2nd floor.

The key to conquering the Pewter City Gym lies in the boulder in the bottom right corner.

Floor Floor Floor Boulder: ×
Floor Floor Wall Floor
Wall Boulder: Correct Wall Floor
Wall Floor Floor Floor

Move the boulder in the correct direction at the bottom right of the map.

Moving the boulder to the north from the correct position makes it easier to drop it into the hole.

How to Drop Boulder with St rength

Floor Player: Boulder Wall Boulder
Floor Player: Boulder Wall Boulder: Move south
Wall Player: Boulder Player Boulder: Move south
Wall Floor Floor Boulder: Move south

Here, move the Player: Boulder part northward to drop it into the hole.

Pewter City Gym Back Half

After dropping three rocks into holes on the second floor, you can challenge Clair on the first floor.

VS. Clair

Clair's Pokémon:

★ Dragonair Lv. 37

★ Dragonair Lv. 37

★ Dragonair Lv. 37

★ Kingdra Lv. 40

Strategy against the Gym Leader

Due to the difficulty of the gym, Clair's Dragonair hasn't evolved into Dragonite yet. Also, Kingdra, Clair's trump card, is a formidable opponent with its only weakness being Dragon-type moves. It's advisable to use legendary Pokémon here and defeat them quickly.

Reasons to Use Legendary Pokémon in Battle against Clair:

Ho-Oh, Lugia, and Suicune are Pokémon that can be obtained through events at the Radio Tower.

Once defeated, they do not res pawn, so it's advisable to be near their fixed symbols, write a report, and capture them.

Be wary of paralysis status.

Clair's Pokémon excel in inducing paralysis status with moves like Thunder Wa ve and Dragon Breath.

During the battle against Dragonair, it's important to be cautious of paralysis status and aim to defeat them quickly.

After the battle with the Gym Leader,

Upon defeating Clair,

You are tasked with retrieving the "Dragon Fang" from the Dragon's Den.

Dragon's Den

The objective in the Dragon's Den is to obtain the "Dragon Fang".

You'll need the HM moves "Surf" and "Whirlpool".

Na vigate through the Whirlpool to the left side of the map.

Once through the Whirlpool, you can use Surf to reach the "Dragon Fang" to the east.

After obtaining the "Dragon Fang",

You receive the TM "Dragonbreath" from Clair along with the 8th Gym Badge.

Route 45

Once you've come this far, the journey to the champion is close at hand.

Engage in plenty of trainer battles and level up along the way.

New Bark Town

You can receive a Master Ball at Professor Elm's lab.

It's recommended to sa ve the Master Ball for Entei and Raikou.

Tohjo Falls

Heading east from the water route to the right of New Bark Town using "Surf," you can reach Tohjo Falls.

Tohjo Falls: Part 2

Inside the ca ve, you'll need "Surf" and "Waterfall."

Make your way up the waterfall toward the exit on the right.

Route 26

After passing through Tohjo Falls and visiting the house, you can receive the TM for the move "Sandstorm."

Route 27

There are many trainer battles here, and your Pokémon's HP often gets reduced as you head north towards the Pokémon League.

Let's aim for the Pokémon League while healing our Pokémon.

Victory Road

Unlike the standard series of battles with trainers in the Pokémon League, there aren't any here.

Instead, be prepared for a rival battle at the exit of Victory Road.

VS. Rival

Rival's Team

★ Sneasel Level 34

★ Haunter Level 35

★ Golbat Level 36

★ Kadabra Level 35

★ Magneton Level 34

★ Starter's Final Evolution Level 38

Things to Watch Out for in the Rival Battle

Overall, the rival's party has high speed stats and is prone to using status-changing moves.

Try to use Pokémon with high speed stats to defeat them quickly.

After passing through Victory Road,

Let's raise the Pokémon in the lower levels in preparation for the Pokémon League.

Recommended Pokémon for the Pokémon League

Magneton

Thanks to the addition of the new type "Steel Type" introduced in Gold and Silver,

it has extremely high resistance to type matchups.

Additionally, it learns "Thunder Wa ve" quickly,

making it strong against opponents like Crobat and Aerodactyl.

Weezing

The allure lies in learning "Destiny Bond" at level 51.

With "Haze" in its moveset, it can effectively counter opponent stat boosts.

Ledian

Despite its low base stats, it learns "Baton Pass."

With strategic use of "Agility" and "Baton Pass,"

it excels at swapping out to legendary Pokémon and dominating the battlefield.

Vaporeon

With "Bite" being a special move, it can exploit weaknesses effectively.

Being able to learn "Haze" and "Acid Armor" makes it quite versatile even with level differences.

To be continued in the Pokémon League section.

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