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Introducing the methods to obtain rare Pokémon that are difficult to obtain in Pokémon Gold, Silver, and Crystal: "Kanto Edition".

Rare Pokémon exist in Pokémon Gold, Silver, and Crystal.

In the world of Pokémon Gold, Silver, and Crystal, unlike the Kanto region from the previous games,

there are many Pokémon that cannot be obtained through the storyline.

We will now discuss some extremely valuable Pokémon.

Charmander, Squirtle, Bulbasaur

These are valuable Pokémon that can only be obtained in the Kanto region in Pokémon Gold, Silver, and Crystal.

To obtain them in Pokémon Gold and Silver,

you will need Pokémon Stadium 2 or Pokémon Red, Blue, or Green Pikachu.

Rhydon

Since Rhydon requires level 42 to evolve,

it's quicker to exchange it with a Dragonair in a house in Blackthorn City.

As a Rock-type, it boasts st rength comparable to Golem,

and Rhydon can use the Water-type special move "Surf".

Mr. Mime

In this game, it can learn "Baton Pass" in addition to being fast,

making it a very user-friendly Pokémon.

You can obtain it by exchanging 3333 coins and prizes

at the Celadon City Game Corner.

Scyther

It evolves into a Pokémon called Scizor after evolution.

Adding Steel type to the Bug type makes it this strong,

which no one would ha ve expected.

In Gold, Silver, and Crystal versions, it can only be obtained through Bug-Catching Contest,

making it a Pokémon that you absolutely want to obtain in events.

Pinsir

Unlike Scyther, it cannot evolve.

As a completion requirement for the Pokédex, it is a Pokémon that needs to be obtained through the Bug-Catching Contest.

While Heracross is prominent among Fighting-type users,

Pinsir possesses a powerful move that has a 30% chance of causing the opponent to faint.

Porygon

You need 9999 coins at the Celadon City Game Corner to obtain this valuable Pokémon.

There's a reason for its rarity, as it evolves into a Pokémon called Porygon2 through trade.

Porygon2, with its efficient stats,

is significantly enhanced from the previous installment, as it can use moves like "Curse," "Recover," and "Tri Attack" effectively.

Omanyte and Kabuto

These Pokémon aren't easily obtained by progressing through the storyline to "Mt. Moon" like in the previous installment.

Instead, achieving completion requires progressing all the way to the Cinnabar Island Lab for their restoration.

As precious "Rock" and "Water" types in Gold and Silver,

obtaining just one allows for easy multiplication by hatching eggs later on.

Aerodactyl

Aerodactyl excels in moves like "Double Team" and "Attract" due to its high speed.

It's a valuable Pokémon that can be obtained by trading with an NPC on Route 14 for a Chansey.

If you create a basic Egg before trading, you won't lose Chansey when trading for Aerodactyl.

Snorlax

Like Pikachu in Red, Green, and Blue, Snorlax is also a rare Pokémon with limited a vailability.

It's a Normal-type Pokémon with high HP, Defense, and Attack stats,

making it deal significant damage even with moves like "Hyper Beam" that match its type.

After obtaining Snorlax, raising it from an Egg will result in a very powerful Snorlax.

Dratini

Dratini evolves into Dragonite, which is as strong as a pseudo-legendary Pokémon.

Despite requiring level 55 for evolution, its move "Fly" boasts exceptional power.

Since it can be obtained at the Goldenrod City Game Corner or the Dragon's Den,

consider raising this valuable Dragon-type Pokémon.

In Crystal version, you can obtain a Dratini that learns "Extreme Speed" through an event.

Articuno

Comparing it to the previous installment, the addition of the new type "Steel" and the weakening of "Blizzard" affect its st rength.

In the world of Gold and Silver, you can only obtain it by capturing it at the "Seafoam Islands" after encountering it with Pikachu from Red, Green, or Blue,

making it a Pokémon that you definitely want to obtain for completing the Pokédex.

Zapdos

The new move "Hidden Power" adds "Ice" to its arsenal,

making it capable of exploiting weaknesses against "Ground," "Grass," and "Dragon" types.

Due to its excellent resistance and base stats, obtaining it in the previous installment's Power Plant is necessary,

and even then, meticulous IV selection with a Master Ball might be required.

Moltres

Despite its disadvantage against Flying-type moves,

its Fire-type moves are highly effective.

Just using "Sunny Day" once allows it to receive "Fire Blast" as a STAB move,

a feature not many Pokémon possess.

Even when faced with Gyarados or Mantine, it can handle them with "Hidden Power" and "Electric" moves.

To obtain it, you must progress the Red, Green, or Blue Pikachu to the Champion Road.

Mewtwo

Due to changes in the mechanics of the move "Amnesia" from the previous installment and the weakening of "Blizzard,"

its st rength may seem to ha ve stabilized, but not quite.

With its high speed and the ability to use moves like "Shadow Ball" and "Rest,"

coupled with its high special attack, Mewtwo's st rength shines in the Johto region.

To obtain it, you must venture into a dungeon accessible after clearing Red, Green, or Blue Pikachu.

You must capture it in the depths of "Cerulean Ca ve."

Mew

Even just possessing a legitimate specimen is impressive.

Capable of learning all moves, from "Zap Cannon" to "Curse,"

Mew is a tactical Pokémon that can utilize a wide range of moves.

It's not obtainable through normal gameplay,

so if its data is in the Pokédex, it's essential to keep it safe.

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