This is an old page - it still exists for archival purposes, but it hasn't been on the menu since 2005, possibly earlier. That means I wrote it as a young teenager and found it embarrassing or redundant enough to disown it even when I was fifteen. Thus, it is probably outdated, poorly or childishly written and presented, and otherwise of questionable quality, and I do not necessarily endorse any views and opinions expressed here today. If you've stumbled upon it, treat it accordingly.
The TRUTH of Yellow
The TRUTH about Bulbasaur
This is wrong on incredibly many sites. I hate seeing sites showing some different ways to get it, most of them based on beating Misty, and no one cares to proof what they claim. I have got Bulbasaur twice before beating Misty by training Pikachu alone for the challenge's sake. That means I used only Pikachu throughout before I had to turn my Gameboy off. And I now know for sure what mood Pikachu needs to be in. To get Bulbasaur, Pikachu has to be happy enough to act like this when you talk to it:
- Jumps twice rapidly.
- Says "Pikachu".
- Jumps twice rapidly again.
- The frame with Pikachu's picture appears, and it KEEPS JUMPING ON THE PICTURE.
That's IT. NO more requirements are needed. I've proved this myself, and I guarantee that it will do.
The TRUTH about S.S Anne
This is a very popular code on the internet - the one that says if you Surf where S.S Anne is, you can get on an island with a truck and if you push the truck with Strength, Mew is under it. This code was absoulutely EVERYWHERE, but it's fake. Yes, the truck is there, but there's no way to push it with Strength. But Mew actually is in the game. Go to the "tips and tricks" section to find out.
The TRUTH about the Moon stones
There are FIVE Moon stones in Red, Blue and Yellow. Five, not three. Two of them are invisible. Have fun finding them!
The TRUTH about Pikablu
Pikablu doesn't exist. No, not in G/S/C either. It's MARILL, NOT PIKABLU! There's no Pikablu, only Marill in G/S/C and it's a pure Water type, not Water/Electric type, and it's about as related to Pikachu as Sandshrew.
The TRUTH about Mew
No, Mew is NOT what you get when you complete your Pokédex in Green. Not in the Japanese Red/Blue/Yellow either. You get a diploma, just like in the English version. Why is this lie still around?
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