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Fuchsia City Gym Storyline Walkthrough & Guide

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Fuchsia City Gym Storyline Walkthrough & Guide

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Fuchsia City Gym Storyline Walkthrough & Guide

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Table of Contents

Battle Team Rocket In Game Corner

Battle Team Rocket In Game Corner - Walkthrough Chart

No.Procedure
1Head to the Game Corner in Celadon City
2Encounter & battle Team Rocket in front of the poster
3After beating Team Rocket, they'll move out of the way - push the button behind the poster
4After pushing the button, head down the stairs to the Rocket Hideout

3. Defeat Team Rocket To Access Rocket Hideout

Team Rocket will move out of the way once you defeat them and you can push the button to gain access to their hideout under the Game Corner.

Expose Rocket Hideout

Expose Rocket Hideout - Walkthrough Chart

Battle Team Rocket In Game Corner
No.Procedure
1Inside the Rocket Hideout, make your way down the floors
2Use the panels on the floor to get to the next levels
3After you reach the end, Team Rocket will try to hide the Card Key.
4Check the chair near the vent & climb it to get to the pipes
5Head outside from the vent to the left
6Move along the pipe and interact with it once there's only 1 pipe left
7After coming down from the pipes, ride the elevator to the B4F
8Alight the elevator & battle Jesse and James in front of Giovanni's Room
9After defeating them, battle with the Team Rocket executive, Archer
10Once you've defeated him, you'll face off with Giovanni
11Beat Giovanni to receive the Silph Scope
12Head outside & talk to the man with the balloons beside the Game Corner - he will teach you the Secret Technique Sky Dash

2. Rocket Hideout Panel Pattern Is Same As Pokemon Yellow

The patterns of the panels on the floor are the same as those of Pokemon Yellow. You can follow the original patterns to get through the floors fast.

8. Jesse & James Now Have Arbok & Weezing

Jesse & James Now Have Arbok & Weezing

Jesse & James will now have the evolved forms of their Pokemon - Arbok & Weezing. They're weak to Ground & Bug Type Pokemon.

8. Jesse & James's Pokemon List:

PokemonWeakness / Most Used Moves
Arbok IconArbok[Weakness]
- Ground
- Psychic
[Commonly Used Move]
- Poison Jab
- Glare
Weezing IconWeezing[Weakness]
- Ground
- Psychic
[Commonly Used Move]
- Sludge
- Toxic

9. Battle Team Rocket Executive Archer

Silph Co Archer Team Rocket

Archer also uses Poison Type Pokemon similar to Jesse & James. It's best to use a Psychic Type Pokemon to take him down.

9. Archer's Pokemon List:

PokemonWeakness / Most Used Moves
Weezing IconWeezing[Weakness]
- Ground
- Psychic
[Commonly Used Move]
- Sludge
- Toxic
Golbat IconGolbat[Weakness]
- Psychic
- Rock
- Electric
- Ice
[Commonly Used Move]
- Swift
- Confuse Ray

10. Giovanni Has Lv.35 Pokemon

Giovanni Has Lv.35 Pokemon

Team Rocket's Leader Giovanni has Lv.35 Pokemon. Persian is a Normal Type & Rhydon is a Ground Type. Persian's weakness is Fighting & Rhydon's weakness is Water & Grass.

Giovanni's Pokemon List:

PokemonWeakness / Most Used Moves
Persian IconPersian (Lv.35)[Weakness]
- Fighting
[Commonly Used Move]
- Fury Swipes
- Slash
Rhyhorn IconRhyhorn (Lv.35)[Weakness]
- Water(x4)
- Grass(x4)
- Ice
- Fighting
- Ground
- Steel
[Commonly Used Move]
- Take Down
- Drill Run

12. Learn Secret Technique Sky Dash

Learn Secret Technique Sky Dash

In this part of the story, you'll learn the Secret Technique Sky Dash - this lets you fly and visit the towns you've already gone to before.

Check Out Secret Technique List Here!

Back To Lavender Town

Back To Lavender Town - Walkthrough Chart

Back To Lavender Town
No.Procedure
1Now you've received the Silph Scope, head back to Lavender Town
2Go into the Pokemon Tower, your Rival will meet you there
3Once you reach the 6F, a Marowak event will happen - no battle will occur
4Head up to the 7F and you'll battle with Jesse & James again
5After the Team Rocket fight, rescue Mr. Fuji - you'll receive the Poke Flute for saving him
6Once you're done in Pokemon Tower, head down to the city & Route 12 with the Poke Flute

5. Receive Poke Flute After Saving Mr. Fuji

Receive Poke Flute After Saving Mr. Fuji

On the 7F of the Pokemon Tower, you'll encounter Team Rocket. Save Mr. Fuji and he'll give you a Poke Flute in thanks. This wakes up sleeping Pokemon.

Wake Up Snorlax At Route 12

Wake Up Snorlax At Route 12 - Walkthrough Chart

Wake Up Snorlax At Route 12
No.Procedure
1Now you've received the Poke Flute, make your way to Route 12
2Once you come across a Snorlax, use the Poke Flute in front of the Pokemon
3Once woken up, defeat the Snorlax to initiate the Capture Challenge
4Capture the Snorlax to include it in your Pokedex
5Proceed through Route 12 until you see a house in the south
6Talk to the man inside to receive TM32 - Dazzling Gleam

3. Snorlax Is Lv.34

The Snorlax you encounter will be at Lv.34. It's a Normal Type Pokemon and has a weakness against Fighting Type moves.

Check Out Snorlax Stats & Moves Here!

Route 13-15 & Arrival At Fuchsia City

Route 13-15 & Arrival At Fuchsia City - Walkthrough Chart

Route 13-15 & Arrival At Fuchsia City - Walkthrough Chart
No.Procedure
1After waking up Snorlax, proceed through the path
2Keep going until you arrive at Route 14
3Just keep moving forward until you pass through Route 15
4From Route 15, keep going until you arrive at Fucshia City

1~4. Keep Following The Path To Reach Fuchsia City

The path is easy to follow and you just need to keep going until you reach the end and arrive at Fuchsia City.

Battle Koga At Fuchsia City Gym

How to Challenge the Fuchsia Gym Leader Koga

How to Challenge the Fuchsia Gym Leader Koga

Capture 50 Types of Pokemon to Enter

In order to enter the Fuchsia Gym, you will need to capture 50 types of Pokemon on your Pokedex to be granted access. If you have trouble collecting types of Pokemon, try evolving your Pokemon with Evolution Stone or those with multiple evolution states.

Battle Koga At Fuchsia City Gym - Walkthrough Chart

No.Procedure
1Once you arrive, head to the Fuchsia City Gym - you need to have capture 50 types of Pokemon to enter
2Go through Fuchsia City Gym until you reach Koga
3Battle and defeat Koga
4Receive the Soul Badge and TM27 - Toxic after defeating Koga

1. Level Pokemon Or Use Evolution Stones

To fill up your Pokedex with 50 Pokemon, you need to also level up Pokemon with multiple evolutions - for example Pidgey or Caterpie. You can also use evolution stones like Moon Stone etc.

2. Spot Invisible Wall's Outline Through Fog

Navigating Fuchsia City Gym won't be that difficult as you can see the invisible wall's outline even through the fog.

3. Koga Uses Poison Type Pokemon

Defeat Koga's powerful Poison Types by bringing Ground or Psychic Pokemon. His roster has a x2 weakness to these types.

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4. Obtain TM27 - Toxic From Koga

After defeating Koga in the Fuchsia City Gym, you'll receive TM27 - Toxic. This is a Poison Type move that intoxicates the target with poison.

Check Out TM27 - Toxic Here!

Koga's Pokemon List

Battle Koga At Fuchsia City Gym
PokemonWeakness / Most Used Moves
Weezing IconWeezing (Lv.43)[Weakness]
- Ground
- Psychic
[Commonly Used Move]
- Toxic
- Self-Destruct
Muk IconMuk(Lv.43)[Weakness]
- Ground
- Psychic
[Commonly Used Move]
- Toxic
- Sludge
Golbat IconGolbat (Lv.43)[Weakness]
- Psychic
- Rock
- Electric
- Ice
[Commonly Used Move]
- Toxic
- Air Slash
Venomoth IconVenomoth (Lv.44)[Weakness]
- Flying
- Rock
- Fire
- Psychic
[Commonly Used Move]
- Psychic
- Leech Life
Next Walkthrough: Saffron City Gym!

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