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Cerulean City Gym

The Cerulean City Pokemon Gym is located to the right of the Pokemon Center. There are two Pokemon trainers in this gym that can be battled before the gym leader.

Jr Trainer Male
Pokemon Level Type Moves
Horsea 16 Water Bubble
Shellder 16 Water Tackle, Withdraw
Jr Trainer Female
Pokemon Level Type Moves
Goldeen 19 Water Peck, Tail Whip, Supersonic

Cerulean City Gym Leader: Misty

The leader of the Cerulean City Pokemon Gym is Misty. She uses two very strong water-type Pokemon with a powerful water-type move called Bubblebeam. Not only does this deal a decent amount of damage, but it may reduce the speed of your Pokemon.

Bulbasaur can easily blast through these Pokemon. If you chose Squirtle or Charmander, you’ll have a bit more trouble. Of course, your other Pokemon may be able to take them on if they’re strong enough. If not, go to Route 24 and 25 to find Oddish (Red) or Bellsprout (Blue), grass-type Pokemon that can deal some damage to these water-types. You will need to train them up a bit to be on equal footing.

Misty
Pokemon Level Type Moves
Staryu 18 Water Tackle, Water Gun, Bubblebeam
Starmie 21 Water/Psychic Tackle, Water Gun, Bubblebeam

Defeat Misty to earn the Cascade Badge. This badge will allow Pokemon up to Level 30 to obey you, including traded Pokemon. The badge also allow you to use HM01 Cut outside of battle. You will also receive TM11 Bubblebeam, the same powerful water-type move Misty’s Pokemon were using.

Now that the gym is taken care of, you can continue on with your adventure. Route 5 is the next stop. However, if you haven’t gone through Routes 24 and 25, you’ll need to do that first.

Enter the house to the north of the Pokemon Gym and exit out the back. You’ll find a rocket in the back of the house who will challenge you to a battle. Defeat him to earn TM28 – Dig.

Rocket
Pokemon Level Type Moves
Machop 17 Fighting Karate Chop
Drowzee 17 Psychic Pound, Hypnosis, Disable, Confusion

You can now continue south to Route 5.