Pokémon Red and Blue – In-Game Trades   Leave a comment

Pokémon traded in-game will have a random ID number different from the player’s ID, and an OT name of “TRAINER” (or, in the Japanese versions, “トレーナー”). The traded Pokémon will have the same level as the Pokémon wanted by the trainer.

Pokémon Red Version and Pokémon Blue Version (Japan: Red/Green Version)

  • TERRY (NIDORINA), for NIDORINO [0]
  • MARCEL (MR.MIME), for ABRA [0]
  • CHIKUCHIKU (BEEDRILL), for BUTTERFREE [2] (unavailable)
  • SAILOR (SEEL), for PONYTA [0]
  • DUX (FARFETCH’D), for SPEAROW [2]
  • MARC (LICKITUNG), for SLOWBRO [0]
  • LOLA (JYNX), for POLIWHIRL [1]
  • DORIS (ELECTRODE), for RAICHU [1]
  • CRINKLES (TANGELA), for VENONAT [2]
  • SPOT (NIDORANfE), for NIDORANmA [2]

Blue Version (Japan)

  • ロダン (KANGASKHAN), for RHYDON [0]
  • まさる (MR.MIME), for JIGGLYPUFF [0]
  • チクチク (BEEDRILL), for BUTTERFREE [2] (unavailable)
  • どうらく (KRABBY), for GROWLITHE [0]
  • アッカ (FARFETCH’D), for PIDGEY [2]
  • ぎゅうた (TAUROS), for PERSIAN [0]
  • ゴーすけ (HAUNTER), for MACHOKE [1]
  • さぶろう (GRAVELER), for KADABRA [1]
  • オスカル (SLOWPOKE), for SEEL [2]
  • ロモたん (POLIWAG), for RATTATA [2]

Yellow Version

  • GURIO (DUGTRIO), for LICKITUNG [0]
  • MILES (MR.MIME), for CLEFAIRY [0]
  • STINGER (BEEDRILL), for BUTTERFREE [2] (unavailable)
  • STICKY (MUK), for KANGASKHAN [0]
  • BART (MEW), for MEW [2]* (unavailable)
  • SPIKE (PARASECT), for TANGELA [0]
  • MARTY (PIDGEOT), for PIDGEOT [1]* (unavailable)
  • BUFFY (RHYDON), for GOLDUCK [1]
  • CEZANNE (DEWGONG), for GROWLITHE [2]
  • RICKY (MACHOKE), for CUBONE [2]

* Yes, that’s what really appeared in the game’s data.

Posted November 24, 2014 by admin

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