Celadon City is a large metropolis located in central Kanto. This city can be found between route 7 in the east and Pokemon Road to the west. The Pokemon Center is located at the far northeast side of town, where you’ll first enter Celadon.
The woman to the left of the Pokemon Center counter is Madam Celadon, a unique character with a useful service. For P10,000, she can set the nature of all wild Pokemon until midnight. She will ask you to choose one flower to water and one to thin out. The colors represent the six base stats they will increase and decrease.
|Attack||Defense||Sp. Attack||Sp. Defense||Speed|
The character on the couch at the left side of the Pokemon Center will trade their Alolan Pokemon for your Kantonian Pokemon, but the Pokemon they trade will depend entirely on the game you’re playing. In Let’s Go Pikachu, the character trades an Alolan Sandshrew for your Kantonian Sandshrew. Alolan Sandshrew are Ice/Steel-type Pokemon, while the original Sandshrew is purely Ground-type.
In Let’s Go Eevee, the character trades an Alolan Vulpix for your Kantonian Vulpix. Alolan Vulpix are Ice-type Pokemon, while the original Vulpix is purely Fire-type. Furthermore, Alolan Ninetales are Ice/Fairy-type. Both Alolan Sandshrew and Vulpix evolve after an Ice Stone is used.
The Tamer at the back corner of the Pokemon Center will teach your Partner Pokemon a new marvelous Move completely for free!
|Pikachu||Floaty Fall||Flying||Physical||90||100||May cause the target to flinch.|
|Eevee||Baddy Bad||Dark||Special||90||100||Reduces damage taken by physical attacks.|
|Eevee||Glitzy Glow||Psychic||Special||90||100||Reduces damage taken by special attacks.|
Exit out of the Pokemon Center and walk westward. The next few buildings are the Celadon Condominiums, but only one door can be entered.
The Pewter City Gym Leader Brock will be standing in front of the entrance to the Celadon Condominiums. After a short conversation, he’ll give you a some Pewter Crunchies and a cup of Tea. With this item, you can finally access Saffron City in the east!
The third floor of the Celadon Condominiums is the Game Freak Development Office. Game Freak is the same company that makes the main Pokemon RPGs. Speak with the developer in blue here after capturing all 150 Pokemon to get a special certificate!
3 Health Candies are on the rooftop of the condominiums. You might also notice there is a second door on the west side of the roof.
If you enter the building from the back, you can grab TM44 Play Rough from the small room on the west side of the rooftop. Play Rough is a physical fairy-type attack.
While you’re at the far north-side of Celadon behind the building, you can pick up two other items: a Rare Candy can be found to the northwest and a Nugget can be found to the northeast.
Celadon Department Store
The large building on the northwest side of town is the Celadon Department Store. This large shopping mall is often the main attraction to Celadon City.
The first floor is the service counter. The second floor is the Trainers Market where you’ll find many items for Pokemon battles. There are two clerks you can buy items from. The bottom clerk sells the normal Poke Mart items that change as you earn more badges. The top clerk sells Technical Machines.
|X Sp. Atk||350|
|X Sp. Def||350|
The third floor is the video game shop. Speak with the clerk to receive TM03 Helping Hand. This move has no use unless you’re playing double or triple battles and your Pokemon has an ally.
The fourth floor is Wiseman Gifts. This clerk sells evolutionary stones that evolve certain species of Pokemon. Pikachu and Eevee are usually Pokemon that evolve using evolutionary stones, but the Partner Pokemon you get at the beginning of these games cannot evolve.
The fifth floor is the Accessory Market. Speak with the different shops to purchase different items. The top-left shop sells hats, the bottom-left shop sells a single diglett hat, the bottom-right shop sells glasses, and the top-right shop sells bows.
|Black Framed Glasses||8,000|
|Red Framed Glasses||8,000|
|Green Framed Glasses||8,000|
|Brown Framed Glasses||12,000|
|Blue Sky Sunglasses||10,000|
|Little Red Bow||1,000|
|Little Green Bow||1,000|
|Little Blue Bow||1,000|
|Little Black Bow||1,000|
|Little Plaid Bow||1,000|
|Little Formal Bow||1,000|
|Little Polka-Dot Bow||1,000|
|Fancy Red Bow||2,000|
|Fancy Green Bow||2,000|
|Fancy Blue Bow||2,000|
|Fancy Black Bow||2,000|
|Fancy Plaid Bow||2,000|
|Fancy Polka-Dot Bow||2,000|
|Fancy Cute Bow||2,000|
|Fancy Frilly Bow||2,000|
|Pale Blue Flowers||5,000|
The top floor is the Relaxation Space and Vending Machines. Use the Vending Machines to purchase at least one of each drink. You can purchase more to heal your Pokemon in battle as an alternative to Potions. Your partner Pokemon might even ask for one right now, which will increase their happiness.
The girl on the left will give you three technical machines for the three vending machine drinks. The technical machines she gives are TM06 Light Screen, TM09 Reflect, and TM07 Protect in exchange for a Fresh Water, Soda Pop, and Lemonade respectively.
Rocket Game Corner
The building south of the Pokemon Center and Celadon Condominiums is the Rocket Game Corner. Unfortunately, you can’t play any slot machines or gamble in Let’s Go Pikachu and Eevee, but you can still find hidden items on the floor!
Go inside to find Jesse and James of Team Rocket playing some games. They’ll give you a hint to interact with a certain poster in this room. Speak with the Rocket Grunt to the right of the counter to start a Pokemon battle.
Team Rocket Grunt
Defeat the Rocket to receive P812. Behind the Grunt is a poster of a rocket. Investigate this poster to find a secret switch, which will open up a secret passage to Team Rocket’s hideout on the left side of the Game Corner’s counter. This is one of the next main objectives in your adventure. Another primary objective is to earn your fourth badge at the Celadon City Gym.
h2>Celadon City Gym
The Celadon City Gym is located at the far south side of town. Use your Partner Pokemon’s secret technique chop down to find it. A full walkthrough of the secret garden gym can be found on the next page.