Lucky Day 13 began with an idea, inspired by an email
from a Pojo fan. I was trying to get the
Clefairy Doll from teh gentleman in the Pokemon Lover's Club
but talking to him time and again I never seemed to get
anywhere. That's when I thought back to the dolls in the
hero's room. I quickly flew back to Wakaba and took all of the
dolls off of the table in my room. When I got back to
Vermillion and then the Club, the guy gave me his Clefairy right
away. I can't tell for sure but maybe I traded one of the
dolls in my room for it? Either way, I was then able to give
the doll to the Copycat, who gave me the monorail ticket I was
desperate for. Now I can zoom back and forth between the new
and old (some people are calling it retro) worlds
At some point in the last few days I also picked up a Silver
Feather. Since I've been playing the Gold version, I needed the
Silver Feather in order to see the level 70 Lugia swimming in the caves
Northwest of Tanba. The battle was actually easier than I thought it
would be. I used 2 Speed Balls, a Heavy Ball, and one other new type
of Pokeball from Gantetsu before I was finally able to catch him with an
Ultra Ball. What made Lugia hardest to catch was his Recover
attack. You can check Lugia out in the Pojo's Pokedex.
|With Lugia safely in my computer I decided I'd better get back
on track. This meant getting back to Pewter city (where I
fougth Brock yesterday). On the way there, though, I noticed
that I only had 13 badges. Somehow I missed Celadon
City's Gym. By request, I'm posting Erika's
Returning to Pewter city I was
presented with a choice; Viridian or Mt. Moon. I turned to
Edo's walkthrough and decided to check out the mountain. As I
entered my rival appeared again. This time his Pokemon
were a lot stronger but still no real
There didn't seem to be anything else of interest on Mt. Moon (I guess
I have to come back when the Clefairies are dancing later).
Professor Oak was pleased with the number of Pokemon in my Pokedex but
reminded me I had two more badges to go. It looks like I'll need my
swim trunks and suntan oil tomorrow for Cinnabar Island. In the mean
time, Gary's sister tells me he got his own Gym. It must be the
empty one in Viridian. Isn't that just like Gary Oak to be
unavailable when in need?
|I biked back down to Viridian city and had coffee with our old
pal the Coffee Guy but the gym was completely vacant. One new
addition to Viridian City, though, was the Holo Dome, where I got to
battle a lvl 57 version of myself. That was pretty cool.
See you tomorrow!!
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