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Official Pokemon Heart Gold & Soul Silver Walkthrough [Multi]]

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Pokemon Heart Gold & Soul Silver

The Primer for Pokémon Training has basic information on the game and the world of Pokémon. It also explains the games' new features.

From New Bark Town all the way to the Pokémon League, the Johto Adventure Walkthrough will guide you through your adventure.

The Safari Zone Guide tells you what you need to know about the Safari Zone, home to lots of wild Pokémon.

Use the Pokéathlon Guide to learn how to compete in all the events of the Pokéathlon, a Pokémon sports festival.

Learn how to use the Pokéwalker with the Pokéwalker Guide! The Pokéwalker is an accessory that lets you take Pokémon with you anywhere, anytime.

The Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection Guide uses examples to explain gameplay features available through Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection.

See examples of the different play experiences you can access through Nintendo DS Wireless Communications in the Link Play Guide.

The Johto Pokédex is a guide to Johto's 256 Pokémon species. It's a quick way to check where and how you can find each Pokémon.

Adventure Data shows useful charts of everything from Pokémon moves and Abilities to items and their uses.





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OR Compressed Version Of Kanto Part 1 200 MB + Part 2 95 MB

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Thanks to PureDark for pointing out the Kanto guide if any of the links go do just notify me ok


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Pokémon Gold Version and Pokémon Silver Version[2] are the second installments of
 the Pokémon series of role-playing video games developed by Game Freak and
 published by Nintendo for the Game Boy. They were first released in Japan in 1999
 and to Australia and North America in 2000 and Europe in 2001. Pokémon Crystal, a
 special edition version, was released for the Game Boy Color roughly a year later in
 each region. In 2009, Nintendo remade Gold and Silver for the Nintendo DS as
 Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver.

The games are set in the fictional Johto region, which introduces 100 new species
 of Pokémon, and follow the progress of the central character, whose name the
 player may choose, in his quest to master Pokémon battling. Both games are
 independent of each other but feature largely the same plot and, while both can
 be played separately, it is necessary to trade between them and their backward
 compatible predecessors in order to fully complete the games' Pokédexes. The
 Johto Saga of the Pokémon anime is based on the new region introduced in the

Pokémon Gold and Silver continued the enormous success of its predecessors as
 the Pokémon franchise began to form into a multi-billion dollar company. The games
 almost matched the sales Pokémon Red and Blue and went on to jointly sell millions
 of copies worldwide.

Like Pokémon Red, Blue, Yellow, Pokémon Gold and Silver are played from a top-
down perspective, with players directly navigating the protagonist around the
 fictional universe, interacting with objects and people. As the player explores this
 world he or she will encounter different terrains, such as grassy fields, forests,
 caves, and seas; in which different Pokémon species reside. As the player 
randomly encounters one of these creatures, the field switches to a turn-
based "battle scene", where the Pokémon will fight.[3]

There are two main goals within the games: following through the main storyline
 and defeating the Elite Four and Lance to become the new Champion,[4] and
 completing the Pokédex by capturing, evolving, and trading to obtain all 251
 creatures. A major aspect of this is developing and raising the player's Pokémon by
 battling other Pokémon, which can be found in the wild or owned by other Trainers.
 This system of accumulating experience points and leveling up, characteristic and
 integral to all Pokémon video games, controls the physical properties of the
 Pokémon, such as the battle statistics acquired, and the moves learned.[5]

 New features
While Pokémon Gold and Silver retain the basic mechanics of capturing, battling,
 and evolving introduced in Pokémon Red and Blue, new features were added. A
 time system was introduced using a real-time internal clock that keeps track of the
 current time and day of the week. Certain events, including Pokémon appearances,
 are influenced by this feature.[3] New items were added, with some designed to
exploit a new mechanic: Pokémon being able to hold items.[6] A new type of item
 able to be held was the berry, which comes in varieties and can restore health or
 cure status effects. Other held items can give boosts to the Pokémon during
 battle. More specialized Poké Balls were introduced, which make Pokémon catching
 easier in certain situations.[7] A new item called the Pokégear was introduced,
 functioning as a watch, map, radio, and phone, allowing the player to call other
 characters who offer their phone number. Trainers will call for a rematch and
 others will call about rare Pokémon that can be caught in a certain area.[8]

The games introduce Raikou, Entei, and Suicune, a new type of legendary Pokémon
 that wander around Johto, changing locations frequently.[9] They can be tracked
 by the Pokédex once encountered, and will always attempt to flee, but will retain
 HP loss and status effects. In addition there is the possibility of encountering a
 shiny Pokémon, which have a different coloration than normal Pokémon of their
 species, and appear very rarely.[10] Two new Pokémon types were added, the
 Steel-type and the Dark-type.[11] Steel-type Pokémon have very high defense
 and resistance to other types, while Dark-type Pokémon are immune to Psychic-
type moves and are strong against Psychic-type Pokémon.[5] In Gold and Silver
, new moves were added, but Pokémon knowing new moves are not allowed to be
 traded to the first generation games. To solve this, a move deleter was
 introduced, capable of erasing moves known by the Pokémon. Another major
 change was the splitting of the Special stat into Special Attack and Special
 Defense, which increased aspects of strategy.[5]

With the introduction of Pokémon breeding, Pokémon are assigned to one or two
 breeding groups. When a male and female Pokémon that share at least one
 breeding group are left at a Pokémon Daycare, they may produce an egg, which
 will hatch into a young Pokémon.[12] The young Pokémon will inherit the species of
 its mother, and moves from its father. However, legendary Pokémon, among certain
 other species, cannot breed.[13]

Setting and plot
Pokémon Gold and Silver take place in Johto three years after the events of the
 games' predecessors.[14] Johto is a fictional region modeled after the Kansai and
 Tokai regions of Japan. This is one distinct region shown in the various Pokémon
 video games. It features a total of seven cities and three towns, along with
 different geographical locations and Routes connecting most locations to one
 another. Some areas are only accessible once the player learns a special ability or
 gains a special item; for instance, the player must acquire the HM Surf, which
 allows the character to ride certain Pokémon across the sea, in order to reach
 Cianwood City.[15]

The silent protagonist of Pokémon Gold and Silver is a young boy who lives in New
 Bark Town. At the beginning of the games, players may choose either Chikorita,
 Cyndaquil, or Totodile, as their starter Pokémon from Professor Elm.[11] In
 addition, his rival will steal a Pokémon from Professor Elm and battle the player at
 certain points in the game to test the player's Pokémon.[8]

The basic goal of the game is to become the best trainer in Johto and Kanto; which 
is done by raising Pokémon, completing the Pokédex, defeating the eight Gym
 Leaders in Johto for Gym Badges, and challenging the Elite Four and the Champion,
 and then defeating the eight Gym Leaders in Kanto. Finally, the player may face off
 against Red atop of Mt. Silver.[16] Throughout the game, the player will have to 
battle against the forces of Team Rocket, a criminal organization that abuses

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now includes the Kanto guide as well

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