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Fuchsia City

Pokemon: let's go, eevee  — guide and walkthrough (ns).

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Guide and Walkthrough (NS) by RedIsPoetic

Official GameFAQs Guide

  • Previous: Route 18

Table of Contents

  • Next: Route 15
  • Introduction

Main Walkthrough

  • Preparing For Your Adventure
  • Pallet Town
  • Viridian City
  • Pallet Town - Revisited
  • Route 1 - Revisited
  • Viridian City - Revisited
  • Viridian Forest
  • Pewter City
  • Pewter City Gym
  • Route 4 - Continued
  • Cerulean City
  • Cerulean City Gym
  • Vermilion City
  • Vermilion City Gym
  • Diglett's Cave
  • Rock Tunnel
  • Route 10 - Continued
  • Lavender Town
  • Pokemon Tower - First Visit
  • Celadon City
  • Team Rocket Hideout
  • Pokemon Tower - Revisited
  • Celadon City Gym
  • Route 12 - Continued
  • Fuchsia City Gym
  • Saffron City
  • Saffron City Gym
  • Seafoam Islands
  • Route 20 - Continued
  • Cinnabar Island
  • Pokemon Mansion
  • Cinnabar Island Gym
  • Viridian City Gym
  • Victory Road
  • Pokemon League
  • Post-Game Walkthrough
  • Catching Zapdos
  • Catching Mewtwo
  • Obtaining Meltan and Melmetal
  • Challenge Gym Leaders Again
  • Master Trainers
  • Type Vs. Type Chart
  • Normal Pokemon Pokedex
  • Mega Evolution Pokedex
  • Alolan Pokedex
  • Version History
  • Legal Notice

Go south and down the dirt path there. Follow it around to the stairs up to the Pokemon Gym. Go east from there and go and heal up. The gentleman to the left of the counter here will trade one of your Marowak (if you have one) for a Level 38 Alolan Marowak . Feel free to trade if you wish. Speak with the man in red sitting down to the right of the counter to be able to teach Splishy Splash to your partner Pikachu, or Freezy Frost , Sappy Seed , or Sparkly Swirl to your partner Eevee. Leave the Center and go south to drop down the ledge. You'll bump into Jessie and James who will hand you some Gold Teeth then run away. Go further south and drop down the ledge for a Full Heal . Drop down once more and speak with the Swimmer.

Trainer Battle: Swimmer Richard Pokemon Level Type Move 1 Move 2 Move 3 Starmie 38 Water/Psychic Surf Psychic Minimize Rewards: $760 3 Poke Ball s

Move right to the other Swimmer.

Trainer Battle: Swimmer Reece Pokemon Level Type Move 1 Move 2 Move 3 Move 4 Dratini 38 Dragon Dragon Rage Agility Dragon Tail Slam Rewards: $760 3 Poke Ball s

With that continue back into the proper part of Fuchsia City. Go up the stairs to the red brick path, then drop down the ledge going east. Go into the first house there. Speak with the man, who happens to be the warden and you'll give him the Gold Teeth . For that he gives you the Safari Set , as well as teaching you Strong Push , another Secret Technique. Leave the house and go into the one to the right. Continue through and exit by the back door to find a Super Lure . Go back inside and leave via the main door. Finally go north-west to the Poke Mart. Goods are as follows:

Fuchsia City Poke Mart 4 Badges

All that's left is the GO Park and the city's gym, as well as exploring Route 15 , Route 14 , Route 13 , and Route 12 - Continued . We're going to explore the extra routes, then head to the Fuchsia City Gym , but you are welcome to attempt the gym earlier if you wish. The main thing to note is that to enter the gym you need to have at least 50 Pokemon registered to your Pokedex, so if you don't it might be a good idea to explore the Routes first and catch those last few (hopefully only a few) Pokemon. Alright, north-west from the Poke Mart into the GO Park! As you try to enter, your partner will jump off of you and run in. Watch the cute little cutscene, then head in. Go west over to the man by the Lapras and speak with him. He teaches you the Secret Technique Sea Skim . Now you can surf around the place! You can now go north-east into the main building, and begin trading in some Pokemon from Pokemon GO if you wish. If you want to get some more information on how to do that, check the __ section. (Section coming soon!) Once you're all done, go and heal up at the Pokemon Center if you need, then leave the city via the east exit. This is also a good time to note that you can now visit the Power Plant at any point if you want to make an attempt at Catching Zapdos . Check those sections whenever you wish. That said, the Pokemon and couple of trainers around there are quite high level, so it's not quite recommended. This guide will assume that you leave Zapdos and the Power Plant until after beating the Elite Four, more for convenience than anything else.

Pokémon Let's Go Fuchsia City, Warden's Teeth and Koga Gym Battle - available Pokémon, items and trainers

Our complete Pokémon Let's Go walkthrough and guide to your big adventure with Pikachu or Eevee.

Fuchsia City and the Koga Gym battle (plus finding the Warden's Teeth ) are your next major objectives in your quest through Pokémon Let's Go's main story, after you've defeated Giovanni at Silph Co. and headed south via either Route 18 or Route 15 .

Below, we'll cover any and all of the obtainable Pokémon, item locations, trainers and their squads that you might encounter in the area, as well as walking you through any key steps of the story along the way.

We've also opted to break out walkthrough pages down into sections, referring to each of your visits to a given location, seeing as you often backtrack or revisit various places in your quest to become Champion! Where applicable, we'll split our page into one section for each visit, and of course if there are any, clearly mark any spoilers, too!

For more like this, be it specific systems explainers or walkthrough pages on more locations, head back to our main Pokémon Let's Go walkthrough and guide hub .

On this page:

Pokémon Let's Go: Fuchia City and the Warden's Teeth

Pokémon let's go: fuchsia city koga gym solution and battle.

At last, another major city! If you've worked your way through both the eastern path of Route 12, Route 13, Route 14 and Route 15 or the western way of getting here through Route 16, Route 17 and Route 18, you're probably crying out for a bit of civilisation - we are, even after just listing all those routes!

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Interestingly, you can actually do pretty much anything in town here, including challenge Koga at Fuchsia City Gym, as soon as you get the Poké Flute to wake up the Snorlax that block to two routes south that lead you here. If you haven't already though, we do suggest you tackle Team Rocket at Silph Co. first. After that, it's your choice for what you want to take on first out of Fuchsia City and Saffron City Gyms. Personally, we tackled Silph Co., then did some levelling on the routes towards Fuchsia City, then took on Sabrina at Saffron City Gym, then tackled Koga here - but it's up to you!

Here in Fuchsia City itself there are plenty of things to do. As you'd expect there's a trader in the Pokémon Center, this time a Gentleman who will trade you an Alolan Marowak for your regular one. There's also another move tutor with him, who'll teach your partner Pokémon even more moves now (Sappy Seed, Freezy Frost and Sparkly Swirl, which are Grass, Ice and Fairy-Type moves, for Eevee in our case).

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Otherwise there's another very important thing to do here: acquire not one, but two Secret Techniques, Sea Skim and Strong Push, the Let's Go equivalent of Suft and Strength respectively.

Getting Sea Skim is dead simple - simply talk to the man next to the Lapras in the pool of water in Fuchsia City and listen to his story to be taught Sea Skim - this will let you surf on water, opening up entire new parts of the world!

Strong Push is slightly more complex. You need to talk to the Safari Zone Warden in his house, in the bottom right part of town. He'll say something pretty hard to understand, because he's lost his teeth! He lost them somewhere on Route 19, which is just south out of town.

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Head there and you'll find Jessie and James of Team Rocket once again getting up to no good. Hapless as they are, they'll dig up the gold teeth thinking they're something valuable, only to realise how gross they are and give them to you instead! That was easy then, just take them back to the Warden in his house and he'll reward you with the Safari outfit and the Strong Push ability.

While you're there, shove that boulder in his house to the side to find a little Diglett, who gives you a Nugget. How kind!

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The last thing to know about Fuchsia City - aside from how to crack it's Gym, which we explain below - is that there's no longer a Safari Zone here in the proper sense. Instead, there's the little area where Pokémon (that you can't catch) roam around near the top of town, and Go Park, which is where you transfer Pokémon to from Pokémon Go. We explain that in detail in our Pokémon Go to Pokémon Let's Go transfer steps guide!

Available Pokémon

Available Items

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Head back to our main Pokémon Let's Go walkthrough and guide hub for all our pages in one place, including detailed, step-by-step help for tough spots like Cerulean Cave , and the Elite Four , plus tough dungeons like Silph Co. , Seafoam Islands and Victory Road . Otherwise, take a peek(achu) at our Pokémon Let's Go TM list and all TM locations , Let's Go's starter locations and how to get Bulbasaur, Charmander and Squirtle , along with how to get Mew in Let's Go , and how to get Meltan in Let's Go and Go too. Beyond that we also explain how connect Pokémon Go to Let's Go on Nintendo Switch and transfer Pokémon , Catching, catch combos, and how to catch Pokémon , a quick collection of our best Pokémon Let's Go tips and tricks to get you off to a great start, and finally what we know about the Pokémon Pass app distribution event too.

The Fuchsia City Gym is one of the tricker ones to get through, thanks to a rather crafty puzzle: it's full of invisible walls.

Thankfully, the way of solving it actually isn't too difficult once you know what to do. Every few seconds, a puff of smoke will appear that feintly highlights where the walls of the maze are, allowing you to spot the gaps for where to go next. If you're finding it a bit tough to work through yourself though, here's how to get to every trainer and Koga himself, step by step:

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Fuchsia City gym solution

  • Head right first, to fight the Tamer Phil.
  • Then head up past him to fight Ace Trainer Kayden.
  • Then head left along the top wall, and down from the top left corner to Juggler Kirk.
  • Go down from Juggler Kirk to Juggler Harry.
  • Go left from Juggler Harry to the left hand wall, then snake down to the bottom left corner, where you can battle Tamer Edgar, or go straight to Ace Trainer Annie, diagonally up and right.
  • Either way, after Ace Trainer Annie you need to go down on the left hand side of Koga's platform, past Tamer Edgar, until you're in front of Koga and can finally battle him!

Trainers and Battles - Fuchsia City Gym!

Once you've battled Koga for the Marsh Badge and picked up both of the Secret Techniques, you're all done here in Fuchsia City. Continue on to the south, to Route 19 , for the next steps in your quest, or cycle back to our main Pokémon Let's Go walkthrough and guide hub for all the other pages we have like this.

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Like with Pok�mon's previous iterations, this game has various events which occur each day. This page is go list all of the daily events

Daily Events

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As breeding is not a feature within these games and Pok�mon don't have abilities, there is no easy ways to manipulate wild Pok�mon natures, except by one character. In Celadon City's Pok�Mart, you will find Madam Celadon. For 10,000, she will ask you a question asking you which colour of flower you choose to water. This determines the dominant stat. Then, she'll ask which one you'll thin out indicating the hindered stat. She'll then tell you which nature you'll see more prominently in the wild for the rest of the day.

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After you have learned the Secret Technique Strong Push, when you go to the Safari Zone Warden's house, you can push the block away to find a Diglett. Each day, this Diglett will give you a Nugget

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Location : Viridian City, Pewter City, Cerulean City, Vermilion City, Celadon City, Saffron City, Fuchsia City, Cinnabar Island

After defeating the Elite Four, the Gym Leaders of Kanto, including the new Gym Leader Blue, are able to be rebattled daily. They have stronger teams than their initial battle.

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Location : Kanto

After defeating the Master Trainers, you will have the ability to battle them once again each day. As always, you need to have the same Pok�mon as them in order to rebattle.

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10 Big Changes from Pokemon Yellow to Pokemon: Let's Go

Not all of kanto is exactly as you remember it..

Alex Osborn

It’s been 20 years since the launch of Pokemon Yellow in Japan, and in that time the creature-collecting franchise has evolved quite a bit. Pokemon: Let’s Go, Pikachu and Let’s Go, Eevee revisit the enhanced, Pikachu-focused take on Pokemon Red and Blue, and while Game Freak’s remake is largely faithful to the Game Boy classic, not everything's the same.

Here are 10 big changes from Pokemon Yellow to Pokemon: Let’s Go.

Pokemon Go Park

Much of Kanto in Let’s Go is a spruced up version of what you remember from Pokemon Yellow, but fans will spot several changes to the overworld—some big and others small. Most noteworthy is the Safari Zone north of Fuchsia City , which is no longer an explorable area where you can capture Pokemon. In Let’s Go, it’s essentially an entryway to Pokemon Go Park , an entirely new area where you can import your creatures from Pokemon Go.

No Gambling

Like the Safari Zone , the Rocket Game Corner has been significantly stripped down. In Let’s Go, all of the slot machines have been replaced by arcade cabinets you can’t interact with, which means there's no Coin Case and no gambling your way to earning a Porygon . That Pokemon can be obtained through a different means.

Pokemon in Different Locations

In addition to Porygon being in a different location, there’s also no Eevee to be found in the Celadon Condos . In fact, a number of creatures that you could only obtain once by speaking to a specific NPC in Yellow can now be found in the wild. While yes, you can still get a Bulbasaur , Charmander , and Squirtle in the same way that you find them in Pokemon Yellow, you can also find them roaming the Kanto wilderness.

Ride Pokemon

Remember the bike shop owner in Cerulean City? He’s now a bike maniac who won’t sell you a bike. That’s right, you can’t ride a bike in Pokemon: Let’s Go—but don’t worry, it’s been replaced by something arguably better. Now you can select any Pokemon from your party to follow you outside its Pokeball, and if it’s a rideable Pokemon, you can hop on and traverse Kanto by land, sea, or air in some fast, fun, and charming ways.

Secret Techniques

A popular change introduced in Sun and Moon is also featured in Pokemon: Let’s Go but in a slightly different form. That’s right, we’re talking about the removal of HMs. However, instead of using Poke Ride, like in Sun and Moon, your Pikachu or Eevee will learn various Secret Techniques throughout the course of your adventure that effectively replace Fly, Surf, Flash, Cut, and Strength.

Gary, the cocky grandson of Professor Oak, is not your rival in Pokemon: Let’s Go. Instead, the character who will challenge you throughout your journey is a kind and humble childhood friend. Instead of popping up to talk smack and give you a hard time, your rival will support you and even give you a few helpful items throughout your quest. However, that isn’t to say some classic characters from the original games don’t appear during your journey across Kanto as well.

No More Random Battles

Perhaps the most significant change in Pokemon: Let’s Go is the absence of random battles. Instead, Pokemon are seen roaming the overworld, and when your character comes in contact with one, you enter a catching sequence akin to Pokemon Go. While there are still plenty of trainer battles with traditional turn-based style gameplay where you can level up your Pokemon, your party will also gain experience when you successfully capture Pokemon.

Gym Entry Requirements

Unlike in Pokemon Yellow, and every prior Pokemon game, i n order to challenge a gym in Pokemon: Let’s Go, you must meet a specific requirement . These requirements vary. For example, you may need to have a Pokemon of a specific type or one that has reached a certain level. A few gyms require rather unique requirements, which we won’t spoil for you here.

No Pokemon PC

Pokemon researcher Bill is still in Let’s Go, but his PC storage system, which has been a staple in all the core Pokemon games, is nowhere to be found in Pokemon: Let’s Go. Instead, you have a Pokemon box in your inventory that can be accessed whenever you aren’t in battle. While it makes things extremely convenient, having the ability to swap out Pokemon that have fainted or are low on HP/PP without having to visit a Pokemon Center lowers the difficulty considerably.

Later-Gen Updates

More helpful pokemon let's go guide pages.

  • List of Pokemon (Pokedex) - In addition to the 151 Kanto Pokemon from Red/Blue/Yellow there are two new Pokemon , Meltan and Melmetal
  • Legendary Pokemon - The locations for Articuno , Zapdos , Moltres , Mewtwo , and more!
  • Shiny Pokemon - How to get Shinies!

Walkthrough : IGN has a complete walkthrough of Let's Go's main quest line , complete with information on trainers and Pokemon in each area of the map.

Master Trainer Locations: The Master Trainers are unlocked in the Post-Game . There are 153 Master Trainers, and we've found them all!

  • Master Trainer Locations

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    For that he gives you the Safari Set, as well as teaching you Strong Push, another Secret Technique. Leave the house and go into the one to the right. Continue through and exit by the back door to find a Super Lure. Go back inside and leave via the main door. Finally go north-west to the Poke Mart. Goods are as follows: Fuchsia City Poke Mart 4 ...

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    After you have learned the Secret Technique Strong Push, when you go to the Safari Zone Warden's house, you can push the block away to find a Diglett. Each day, this Diglett will give you a Nugget. Gym Leader Rematches: Location: Viridian City, Pewter City, Cerulean City, Vermilion City, Celadon City, Saffron City, Fuchsia City, Cinnabar Island

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