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In the Pokémon Let's Go Pikachu and Let's Go Eevee, it is also instead shown as an amusement video arcade instead of a casino. Prizes. TMs. Generation I. TM23​.


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This Pokémon megalopolis is home to the massive Celadon Department Store (a much bigger version of a Poké Mart) where you can buy all sorts of Pokémon a month, with most of them being used as prizes at the Game Corner slot arcade.


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found in the Game Boy versions of Pokemon Red, Blue, and Yellow. All of the slot machines have different odds, which change every time.


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In Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!, the Game Corner is one in the Game Corner in all games except the international versions of Pokémon The Prize Corner is a small building located next to the main building in the Pokémon Red and Blue have two errors related to the Game Corner's hidden Coins.


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Of the two side-by-side buildings at the bottom of town, the building on the left is the diner. Navigation menu. Or, you can march around the room pressing. It's commonly considered the worst Eevee evolution of the three in competitive play, and maybe the worst of all of them due to it's said low speed and bad typing. You should get an average profit of 1. Because it is always unreliable to gain coins by gambling; it is better to directly buy all the coins you need to get Porygon instead of trying to get it with slot machines. Here is a helpful tip to earn coins. You need to exchange coins for them, and outside of the few hundred that you can bum from other gamblers or find on the ground, you can only get them by buying them at the rate of 50 coins for , or winning them in slots. It won't really keep Eevee from learning any good skills, and you can make Eevee specialize in whatever type your roster is lacking. Hidden category: Sub-pages. You could either go after Erika immediately or wait until after you investigate the Game Corner and maybe get some training in. Something fishy is going on in Celadon City, and it's your job to find out what. As soon as you hit 3, press A once. Fresh Water is the most cost-effective option, costing the least per HP restored! When you walk over, you will see a bunch of trees that lead to a dead end. Erika's Gym. Don't forget to buy an extra beverage for the border guards in order to get to Saffron City. Talk to every clerk behind every counter to see their entire selection. Other machines retain poor odds 1 in 10 or so but have frequent high-paying Bars and 7's. This page was last edited on 20 July , at This page has been accessed 1,, times. Go up as far as you can go until you hit a tree. Meanwhile, while its special is good for the most part, it only gets the very weak Ember, and no better Fire-type moves until much later in the game. You may even receive a free sample! They don't get any bigger than Celadon City. Walkthrough Overview. Make sure you saved TM24 Thunderbolt if you plan on using it. Finally, there's the roof. Also if you've managed to pick up TM13, Ice Beam works great. Moon Route 4 Cerulean City 3. Anne 4. While the game does say that Ground-type moves are effective against dual Grass and Poison-types, its actually false however, so the above options are better. It has a great movepool, thanks to TMs and its ability to sweep, but its stats are poor. Lemonade is the way better deal since it cost half of that of a Super Potion and it restores 30 more HP that it does! Porygon costs coins in Blue and in Red, which means , in Blue and roughly , in Red; and if you think about that, it is not that much, especially if you can go to Indigo Plateau and defeat the Elite Four, because you will need to defeat them only six times in Blue and nine times in Red.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} Jolteon's impressive Special and awesome critical hit rate thanks to its Speed make its Electric-type attacks truly terrifying. Flareon comes with an incredible Attack stat, but all it can use it with are Normal-type attacks, and without STAB which all Fire-type attacks uses the user's Special stat it only hits about as hard as Raticate or Pidgeot. Also, compare Super Potions to Lemonade. And in charge of it all is the shadowy figure of Giovanni, the man who's currently in possession of the Silph Scope you've been looking for. Make sure that you get the Coin Case from the gambler in the diner next door. They come at a very expensive price however, so prepare a huge load of money if you fell like buying a ton of them. Hit the vending machine and get one of each beverage to give to the little girl wandering around here. On the other hand, there are also X items too and they can come very well in handy for important battles such as Gym Leaders. Private Resident. Celadon City even lets you access the Ice Beam TM13 , which will make Vaporeon a lethal threat, even to Erika's Grass-types that normally have an advantage against Water-types. Make sure you also check out the far right side of the town. So if you get a Bar, stick with it for a while and a Triple-7 is probably ahead. By the time it learns Fire Blast or Flamethrower, there are almost no opponents Fire is good against. For once, the real action in town is somewhere other than the Gym. Cascade badge Route 3 Mt. Save up and buy the coins if you're trying to catch them all. The 2nd floor sells not just the usual staples, but a variety of Technical Machines as well. Unless you need the Pokedex entry or just feel sorry for it, you're best off passing up on Flareon. Count as accurate as you can from 1. Bet 3 coins. It has a few interesting coverage moves like Double-Kick and Pin Missile, but its Attack is so pitiful Flareon is the red-headed step child of the Eevee evolutions, ever disowned by Gamefreak. The slots are tricky. As soon as you hit 7, press A one more time. Stock up and save! Team Rocket is obviously up to something, and as the dimwit in the warehouse points out, it surely has nothing to do with the hidden switch in the poster guarded by a Rocket in the Game Corner. As soon as you hit 5, press A again. Namespaces Page Discussion. From StrategyWiki, the video game walkthrough and strategy guide wiki. Nothing's for sale on the 3rd floor, but the second guy from the right at the counter will give you a free TM18 , containing Fighting-type Counter , a move which, after an opponent damages the user with an Normal or Fighting-type attack, the user will deal twice as much damage to the opponent that damaged it. The Water Stone turns Eevee into Vaporeon, the toughest of the Eevee forms on defense, but none-to-shabby on offense either. People are having fun at the slot machines and no one is making trouble, but the tough guy near the back of the room does look suspicious. As Yellow players have learned from their many confrontations with their rival, Eevee, in its basic configuration, is not especially powerful, with not so great stats and sluggish movepool. Since you can power it up with the Stones available in the Department Store, it should be a powerful addition to your roster but since it starts at level 25, you're going to have to train it up quite a bit. 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