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PoJo's Pokemon Crystal Section

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Pokemon Crystal is an updated version of Pokemon Gold & Silver.  The main difference is that now you can play with a girl hero.  The walk-thru from Gold & Silver, and most tips from Gold & Silver should still work.

Here are some other differences between Crysal & Gold/Silver that Mailen sent us:

A new feature is when you change routes or enter a city. At the bottom of the screen a wooden-like sign will pop up telling you what route or city you are in.

Some Pokémon learn new moves, like Dugtrio knows Tri-Attack and Eevee learns Baton Pass.

Suicune is a major player in the game. After bringing a new item called the Clear Bell (given to you buy the Radio Station manager) to Tin Tower in Ecruteak City, the Wise Trio will tell you all about Suicune and then challenge you to a battle. After you win you'll eventually meet Eusine, a Suicune fanatic, and will continue to see Suicune out in the open while traveling around Johto.

The Unown Puzzles have changed. Now there are messages on the wall written in the Unown language, if you can decipher it you can unlock passage ways to secret items.

Some Pokemon can be found in different places than in G/S.

On your first visit to the Daycare, the old man will give you the Odd Egg that will hatch after you carry it around for awhile.

You can find different Pokémon available at the Goldenrod City and Celadon City Game Centers. The Goldenrod City Department Store has an all-new rooftop store.

Trainers will have different Pokemon to trade.

Other new characters include the PokéSeer, who can tell you where and when you obtained a Pokémon in Crystal Version and how happy it is.

The Move Tutor, who appears outside the Game Corner in Goldenrod City after you've beaten Ash (Red) in Mt. Silver. The Move Tutor can teach very cool abilities, but it's very expensive.

After exchanging numbers with Trainers they may call you to offer a rare stone.

West of Olivine City is a new building exclusive to Pokemon Crystal. It is called the Battle Tower. You can fight trainers one after another, and possibly gain rare items in the process.

After beating Clair for the 8th gym badge, instead of going to the Dragon's Den to get the Dragon Fang and the badge, now you'll have to take a Trainer Challenge. Pass the questions and you'll get the badge. 

A new radio show hosted by Buena can help you gain points and win prizes such as Protein, Iron, and Nuggets. She announces a password during the day, if you go see her at night and tell her the password you'll gain points which can be redeemed for prizes.

Stuff taken out from the English Version

The Goldenrod Pokemon Center has grown into a huge Pokemon Communication Center where you can get information about the Mobile Adapter. (Japanese version)

The most exciting thing people are going to like is the fact that the mysterious Celebi can be captured in Crystal. After receiving the GS Ball in Goldenrod's PCC you can fight Celebi in the Ilex Forest where the shrine is. (Japanese version)


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