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Development:Pokémon Red and Blue/Pokémon Data

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Various bits of data related to Pokémon, be it moves, encounter rates, or even evolutionary data.

Evolutionary Requirements

Found in SHINKA.SAV, as opposed to the final games' SHINKA.DAT, is this file which documents both early evolution data, as well as early learnsets. "Shinka" simply translates to "Evolution", and while the .sav lacks a date, we know that the .dat was finalized on November 25th 1995, three months prior the games' release. The evolution-related portion of the early .sav file is as follows:

Dex # Index # Name Early Requirements Final Requirements Notes
001 153 Bulbasaur Evolves into Ivysaur starting at level 20. Evolves into Ivysaur starting at level 16. Was made to evolve at an earlier level.
002 009 Ivysaur Evolves into Venusaur starting at level 37. Evolves into Venusaur starting at level 32. Was made to evolve at an earlier level.
003 154 Venusaur None. None. Same requirements as the final.
004 176 Charmander Evolves into Charmeleon starting at level 25. Evolves into Charmeleon starting at level 16. Was made to evolve at an earlier level.
005 178 Charmeleon Evolves into Charizard starting at level 38. Evolves into Charizard starting at level 36. Was made to evolve at an earlier level.
006 180 Charizard None. None. Same requirements as the final.
007 177 Squirtle Evolves into Wartortle starting at level 22. Evolves into Wartortle starting at level 16. Was made to evolve at an earlier level.
008 179 Wartortle Evolves into Pokémon Index 181 starting at level 43. Evolves into Blastoise starting at level 36. Evolves into a completely different Pokémon, this one appearing to be a much more Wartortle-like creature. Evolves into Blastoise in the final game, and Was made to evolve at an earlier level.
009 028 Blastoise None. None. Not implemented yet.
010 123 Caterpie Evolves into Metapod starting at level 15. Evolves into Metapod starting at level 7. Was made to evolve at an earlier level.
011 124 Metapod Evolves into Butterfree starting at level 20. Evolves into Butterfree starting at level 10. Was made to evolve at an earlier level.
012 125 Butterfree None. None. Same requirements as the final.
013 112 Weedle Evolves into Kakuna starting at level 10. Evolves into Kakuna starting at level 7. Was made to evolve at an earlier level.
014 113 Kakuna Evolves into Beedrill starting at level 18. Evolves into Beedrill starting at level 10. Was made to evolve at an earlier level.
015 114 Beedrill None. None. Same requirements as the final.
016 036 Pidgey Evolves into Pidgeotto starting at level 20. Evolves into Pidgeotto starting at level 18. Was made to evolve at an earlier level.
017 150 Pidgeotto Evolves into Pidgeot starting at level 30. Evolves into Pidgeot starting at level 36. Was made to evolve at a later level.
018 151 Pidgeot None. None. Same requirements as the final.
019 165 Rattata Evolves into Raticate starting at level 23. Evolves into Raticate starting at level 20. Was made to evolve at an earlier level.
020 166 Raticate None. None. Same requirements as the final.
021 005 Spearow Evolves into Fearow starting at level 35. Evolves into Fearow starting at level 20. Was made to evolve at an earlier level.
022 035 Fearow None. None. Same requirements as the final.
023 108 Ekans Evolves into Arbok starting at level 26. Evolves into Arbok starting at level 22. Was made to evolve at an earlier level.
024 045 Arbok None. None. Same requirements as the final.
025 084 Pikachu Evolves into Raichu starting at level 23. Evolves into Raichu upon being exposed to a Thunder Stone. Evolves via leveling up rather than by using an evolutionary stone.
026 085 Raichu Evolves into Pokémon Index 175 starting at level 40. None. Raichu is listed as having an evolution, known as "Gorochu", that was ultimately cut. Doesn't have an evolution in the final games.
027 096 Sandshrew None. Evolves into Sandslash starting at level 22. Not implemented yet.
028 097 Sandslash None. None. Not implemented yet.
029 015 Nidoran♀ Evolves into Nidorina starting at level 26. Evolves into Nidorina starting at level 16. Was made to evolve at an earlier level.
030 168 Nidorina Evolves into Nidoqueen starting at level 40. Evolves into Nidoqueen upon being exposed to a Moon Stone. Evolves via leveling up rather than by using an evolutionary stone.
031 016 Nidoqueen None. None. Same requirements as the final.
032 003 Nidoran♂ Evolves into Nidorino starting at level 26. Evolves into Nidorino starting at level 16. Was made to evolve at an earlier level.
033 167 Nidorino Evolves into Nidoking starting at level 40. Evolves into Nidoking upon being exposed to a Moon Stone. Evolves via leveling up rather than by using an evolutionary stone.
034 007 Nidoking None. None. Same requirements as the final.
035 004 Clefairy Evolves into Clefable upon being exposed to a Moon Stone. Evolves into Clefable upon being exposed to a Moon Stone. Same requirements as the final.
036 142 Clefable None. None. Same requirements as the final.
037 082 Vulpix None. Evolves into Ninetales upon being exposed to a Fire Stone. Not implemented yet.
038 083 Ninetales None. None. Not implemented yet.
039 100 Jigglypuff Evolves into Wigglytuff starting at level 30. Evolves into Wigglytuff upon being exposed to a Moon Stone. Evolves via leveling up rather than by using an evolutionary stone.
040 101 Wigglytuff None. None. Same requirements as the final.
041 107 Zubat Evolves into Golbat starting at level 35. Evolves into Golbat starting at level 22. Was made to evolve at an earlier level.
042 130 Golbat None. None. Same requirements as the final.
043 185 Oddish None. Evolves into Gloom starting at level 21. Not implemented yet.
044 186 Gloom None. Evolves into Vileplume upon being exposed to a Leaf Stone. Not implemented yet.
045 187 Vileplume None. None. Same requirements as the final.
046 109 Paras Evolves into Parasect starting at level 26. Evolves into Parasect starting at level 24. Was made to evolve at an earlier level.
047 046 Parasect None. None. Same requirements as the final.
048 065 Venonat Evolves into Venomoth starting at level 22. Evolves into Venomoth starting at level 31. Was made to evolve at a later level.
049 119 Venomoth None. None. Same requirements as the final.
050 059 Diglett None. Evolves into Dugtrio starting at level 26. Not implemented yet.
051 118 Dugtrio None. None. Not implemented yet.
052 077 Meowth Evolves into Persian starting at level 30. Evolves into Persian starting at level 28. Was made to evolve at an earlier level.
053 144 Persian None. None. Same requirements as the final.
054 047 Psyduck Evolves into Pokémon Index 127 starting at level 22. Evolves into Golduck starting at level 33. Evolves into a completely different Pokémon, this one appearing to be a cut middle stage between Psyduck and Golduck. Evolves directly into Golduck in the final game.
055 128 Golduck None. None. Evolves from a completely different Pokémon, Pokémon Index 127, a scrapped middle stage between Psyduck and Golduck. Evolves directly from Psyduck in the final.
056 057 Mankey Evolves into Primeape starting at level 33. Evolves into Primeape starting at level 28. Was made to evolve at an earlier level.
057 117 Primeape None. None. Same requirements as the final.
058 033 Growlithe Evolves into Arcanine starting at level 25. Evolves into Arcanine upon being exposed to a Fire Stone. Evolves via leveling up rather than by using an evolutionary stone.
059 020 Arcanine None. None. Same requirements as the final.
060 071 Poliwag Evolves into Poliwhirl starting at level 25. Evolves into Poliwhirl starting at level 25. Same requirements as the final.
061 110 Poliwhirl Evolves into Poliwrath starting at level 45. Evolves into Poliwrath upon being exposed to a Water Stone. Evolves via leveling up rather than by using an evolutionary stone.
062 111 Poliwrath None. None. Same requirements as the final.
063 148 Abra Evolves into Kadabra starting at level 23. Evolves into Kadabra starting at level 16. Was made to evolve at an earlier level.
064 038 Kadabra Evolves into Alakazam starting at level 40. Evolves into Alakazam upon being traded. Evolves via leveling up rather than trading.
065 149 Alakazam None. None. Same requirements as the final.
066 106 Machop Evolves into Machoke starting at level 25. Evolves into Machoke starting at level 28. Was made to evolve at a later level.
067 041 Machoke Evolves into Machamp starting at level 42. Evolves into Machamp upon being traded. Evolves via leveling up rather than trading.
068 126 Machamp None. None. Same requirements as the final.
069 188 Bellsprout None. Evolves into Weepinbell starting at level 21. Not implemented yet.
070 189 Weepinbell None. Evolves into Victreebel upon being exposed to a Leaf Stone. Not implemented yet.
071 190 Victreebel None. None. Same requirements as the final.
072 024 Tentacool None. Evolves into Tentacruel starting at level 30. Not implemented yet.
073 155 Tentacruel None. None. Same requirements as the final.
074 169 Geodude Evolves into Graveler starting at level 21. Evolves into Graveler starting at level 25. Was made to evolve at a later level.
075 039 Graveler Evolves into Golem starting at level 36. Evolves into Golem upon being traded. Evolves via leveling up rather than trading.
076 049 Golem None. None. Same requirements as the final.
77 163 Ponyta None. Evolves into Rapidash starting at level 40. Not implemented yet.
078 164 Rapidash None. None. Same requirements as the final.
079 037 Slowpoke Evolves into Slowbro starting at level 30. Evolves into Slowbro starting at level 37. Was made to evolve at a later level.
080 008 Slowbro None. None. Same requirements as the final.
081 173 Magnemite None. Evolves into Magneton starting at level 30. Not implemented yet.
082 054 Magneton None. None. Same requirements as the final.
083 064 Farfetch'd None. None. Same requirements as the final.
084 070 Doduo None. Evolves into Dodrio starting at level 31. Not implemented yet.
085 116 Dodrio None. None. Same requirements as the final.
086 058 Seel None. Evolves into Dewgong starting at level 34. Not implemented yet.
087 120 Dewgong None. None. Same requirements as the final.
088 013 Grimer Evolves into Muk starting at level 30. Evolves into Muk starting at level 38. Was made to evolve at a later level.
089 136 Muk None. None. Same requirements as the final.
090 023 Shellder Evolves into Cloyster starting at level 26. Evolves into Cloyster upon being exposed to a Water Stone. Evolves via leveling up rather than by using an evolutionary stone.
091 139 Cloyster None. None. Same requirements as the final.
092 025 Gastly None. Evolves into Haunter starting at level 25. Not implemented yet.
093 147 Haunter None. Evolves into Gengar upon being traded. Not implemented yet.
094 014 Gengar None. None. Same requirements as the final.
095 034 Onix None. None. Same requirements as the final.
096 048 Drowzee None. Evolves into Hypno starting at level 26. Not implemented yet.
097 129 Hypno None. None. Same requirements as the final.
098 078 Krabby None. Evolves into Kingler starting at level 28. Not implemented yet.
099 138 Kingler None. None. Same requirements as the final.
100 006 Voltorb None. Evolves into Electrode starting at level 30. Not implemented yet.
101 141 Electrode None. None. Same requirements as the final.
102 012 Exeggcute None. Evolves into Exeggutor upon being exposed to a Leaf Stone. Not implemented yet.
103 010 Exeggutor None. None. Same requirements as the final.
104 017 Cubone None. Evolves into Marowak starting at level 28. Not implemented yet.
105 145 Marowak None. None. Same requirements as the final.
106 043 Hitmonlee None. None. Same requirements as the final.
107 044 Hitmonchan None. None. Same requirements as the final.
108 011 Lickitung None. None. Same requirements as the final.
109 055 Koffing None. Evolves into Weezing starting at level 35. Not implemented yet.
110 143 Weezing None. None. Same requirements as the final.
111 018 Rhyhorn None. Evolves into Rhydon starting at level 42. Not implemented yet.
112 001 Rhydon None. None. Same requirements as the final.
113 040 Chansey None. None. Same requirements as the final.
114 030 Tangela None. None. Same requirements as the final.
115 002 Kangaskhan None. None. Same requirements as the final.
116 092 Horsea None. Evolves into Seadra starting at level 32. Not implemented yet.
117 093 Seadra None. None. Same requirements as the final.
118 157 Goldeen Evolves into Seaking starting at level 42. Evolves into Seaking starting at level 33. Was made to evolve at an earlier level.
119 158 Seaking None. None. Same requirements as the final.
120 027 Staryu None. Evolves into Starmie upon being exposed to a Water Stone. Not implemented yet.
121 152 Starmie None. None. Same requirements as the final.
122 042 Mr. Mime None. None. Same requirements as the final.
123 026 Scyther None. None. Same requirements as the final.
124 072 Jynx None. None. Same requirements as the final.
125 053 Electabuzz None. None. Same requirements as the final.
126 051 Magmar None. None. Same requirements as the final.
127 029 Pinsir None. None. Same requirements as the final.
128 060 Tauros None. None. Same requirements as the final.
129 133 Magikarp Evolves into Gyarados starting at level 20. Evolves into Gyarados starting at level 20. Same requirements as the final.
130 022 Gyarados None. None. Same requirements as the final.
131 019 Lapras None. None. Same requirements as the final.
132 076 Ditto None. None. Same requirements as the final.
133 102 Eevee None. Branched stone-dependent evolution. Not implemented yet.
134 105 Vaporeon None. None. Not implemented yet.
135 104 Jolteon None. None. Not implemented yet.
136 103 Flareon None. None. Not implemented yet.
137 170 Porygon None. None. Same requirements as the final.
138 098 Omanyte None. Evolves into Omastar starting at level 40. Not implemented yet.
139 099 Omastar None. None. Same requirements as the final.
140 090 Kabuto None. Evolves into Kabutops starting at level 40. Not implemented yet.
141 091 Kabutops None. None. Same requirements as the final.
142 171 Aerodactyl None. None. Same requirements as the final.
143 132 Snorlax None. None. Same requirements as the final.
144 074 Articuno None. None. Same requirements as the final.
145 075 Zapdos None. None. Same requirements as the final.
146 073 Moltres None. None. Same requirements as the final.
147 088 Dratini Evolves into Dragonair starting at level 15. Evolves into Dragonair starting at level 30. Was made to evolve at a later level.
148 089 Dragonair Evolves into Dragonite starting at level 40. Evolves into Dragonite starting at level 50. Was made to evolve at a later level.
149 066 Dragonite None. None. Same requirements as the final.
150 131 Mewtwo None. None. Same requirements as the final.
None. 021 Pokémon Index 021 None. None. Lacks any evolution data. The original index spot for Omega. Was scrapped in the final game and ultimately overwritten by Mew.
None. 031 Pokémon Index 031 None. None. Uses the sprite of "Gyaoon". Lacks any evolution data, though it appears to have had a pre-evolution in the form of Pokémon Index 137. Was scrapped in the final game.
None. 032 Pokémon Index 032 None. None. Uses the sprite of a Nidoran-like creature. Lacks any evolution data. Was scrapped in the final game.
None. 050 Pokémon Index 050 None. None. Uses the sprite of "Balloonda". Lacks any evolution data. Was scrapped in the final game.
None. 052 Pokémon Index 052 None. None. Uses the sprite of "Buu". Lacks any evolution data. Was scrapped in the final game.
None. 056 Pokémon Index 056 None. None. Uses the sprite of "Deer". Lacks any evolution data. Was scrapped in the final game.
None. 061 Pokémon Index 061 None. None. Uses the sprite of an elephant-like creature. Lacks any evolution data. Was scrapped in the final game.
None. 062 Pokémon Index 062 None. None. Uses the sprite of "Crocky". Lacks any evolution data. Was scrapped in the final game.
None. 063 Pokémon Index 063 None. None. Uses the sprite of a squid/mollusk-like creature. Appears to have been intended to evolve into Pokémon Index 122, but lacks any evolution data. Was scrapped in the final game.
None. 067 Pokémon Index 067 None. None. Uses the sprite of "Cactus". Lacks any evolution data. Was scrapped in the final game.
None. 068 Pokémon Index 068 None. None. Uses the sprite of "Jagg". Lacks any evolution data. Was scrapped in the final game.
None. 069 Pokémon Index 069 Evolves into Zubat starting at level 26. None. Uses the sprite of a scrapped Zubat pre-evolution. Was scrapped in the final game.
None. 079 Pokémon Index 079 Evolves into Pokémon Index 080 starting at level 30. None. Uses the sprite of a scrapped fish creature. Was scrapped in the final game.
None. 080 Pokémon Index 080 None. None. Uses the sprite of a scrapped fish creature. Lacks any evolution data. Was scrapped in the final game.
None. 081 Pokémon Index 081 None. None. Uses the sprite of a scrapped Vulpix pre-evolution. Lacks any evolution data. Was scrapped in the final game.
None. 086 Pokémon Index 086 None. None. Uses the sprite of a scrapped frog creature. Appears to have been intended to evolve into Pokémon Index 087, but lacks any evolution data. Was scrapped in the final game.
None. 087 Pokémon Index 087 None. None. Uses the sprite of a scrapped frog creature. Lacks any evolution data. Was scrapped in the final game.
None. 094 Pokémon Index 094 None. None. Uses the sprite of a scrapped lizard/iguana-like creature. Appears to have been intended to evolve into Pokémon Index 095, but lacks any evolution data. Was scrapped in the final game.
None. 095 Pokémon Index 095 None. None. Uses the sprite of a scrapped lizard/iguana-like creature. Lacks any evolution data. Was scrapped in the final game.
None. 115 Pokémon Index 115 None. None. Lacks any evolution data. Was scrapped in the final game.
None. 121 Pokémon Index 121 None. None. Lacks any evolution data. Was scrapped in the final game.
None. 122 Pokémon Index 122 None. None. Uses the sprite of a scrapped squid creature. Lacks any evolution data. Was scrapped in the final game.
None. 127 Pokémon Index 127 Evolves into Golduck starting at level 41. None. Uses the sprite of a scrapped in-between evolution for Psyduck and Golduck. Was scrapped in the final game.
None. 134 Pokémon Index 134 None. None. Uses the sprite of a scrapped Meowth pre-evolution. Lacks any evolution data. Was scrapped in the final game.
None. 135 Pokémon Index 135 None. None. Lacks any evolution data. Was scrapped in the final game.
None. 137 Pokémon Index 137 None. None. Uses the sprite of a scrapped Gyaoon pre-evolution. Lacks any evolution data. Was scrapped in the final game.
None. 140 Pokémon Index 140 None. None. Uses the sprite of what appears to be Magneton's original pre-evolution. Lacks any evolution data. Was scrapped in the final game.
None. 146 Pokémon Index 146 None. None. Uses the sprite of a scrapped Marowak evolution. Lacks any evolution data. Was scrapped in the final game.
None. 156 Pokémon Index 156 Evolves into Goldeen starting at level 22. None. Uses the sprite of a scrapped Goldeen pre-evolution. Was scrapped in the final game.
None. 159 Pokémon Index 159 None. None. Uses the sprite of a scrapped tiger creature. Appears to have been intended to evolve into Pokémon Index 160, but lacks any evolution data. Was scrapped in the final game.
None. 160 Pokémon Index 160 None. None. Uses the sprite of a scrapped tiger creature. Appears to have been intended to evolve into Pokémon Index 161, but lacks any evolution data. Was scrapped in the final game.
None. 161 Pokémon Index 161 None. None. Uses the sprite of a scrapped tiger creature. Lacks any evolution data. Was scrapped in the final game.
None. 162 Pokémon Index 162 None. None. Uses the sprite of a scrapped Ponyta pre-evolution. Lacks any evolution data. Was scrapped in the final game.
None. 172 Pokémon Index 172 None. None. Uses the sprite of what appears to be a scrapped Blastoise pre-evolution. Lacks any evolution data. Was scrapped in the final game.
None. 174 Pokémon Index 174 None. None. Uses the sprite of a scrapped lizard/iguana-like creature. Appears to have been intended to evolve into Pokémon Index 094. Lacks any evolution data. Was scrapped in the final game.
None. 175 Pokémon Index 175 None. None. Uses the sprite of "Gorochu". Lacks any evolution data. Was scrapped in the final game.
None. 181 Pokémon Index 181 None. None. Uses the sprite of Wartortle's original evolution. Lacks any evolution data. Was scrapped in the final game.

Movesets

Only around half of the Pokémon entries in SHINKA.SAV have a moveset associated with them, and as such only the entries with one will be listed below for the sake of clarity. What's extremely odd is that the number of moves listed here exceeds the 165 that was seen in even the earliest movelist file, reaching a total of 237 entries. The moves linked to these entries are unknown, though via some cross-referencing, a possible reconstruction of the aforementioned "237 List" was made, and will be provided below:

Decimal Possible Move Concerned Pokémon Notes
1 Pound None.
2 Punch Squirtle.
3 Karate Chop Mankey and Machop.
4 Doubleslap Clefairy, Meowth, Poliwhirl and Abra.
5 Comet Punch Squirtle, Mankey, Poliwag, Machop.
6 Mega Punch Wartortle, Nidoqueen, Nidoking, Machoke, Graveler, and Slowpoke.
7 Upper Cut Primeape and Machop.
8 Bye-Bye Punch Machoke
9 Fire Punch None. Elemental punches. May have been thought of with Magmar, Buu/Jynx, and Electabuzz in mind.
10 Ice Punch None.
11 Thunderpunch None.
12 Scratch Bulbasaur, Charmander, Pidgey, Rattata and Spearow.
13 Vicegrip None.
14 Slash None. Slashing moves. May have been thought of with Scyther and Pinsir.
15 Guillotine None.
16 Paralyzing Scissors None.
17 Razor Wind None.
18 Swords Dance Paras.
19 Cut Parasect.
20 Twineedle Beedrill and Parasect.
21 Pin Missile Beedrill and Parasect.
22 Gust Charizard, Pidgey, Dragonair and Pokémon Index 69. Flying moves.
23 Wing Attack Charizard, Pidgey, Spearow and Pokémon Index 69.
24 Whirlwind Charizard, Spearow and Dragonite.
25 Fly Charmeleon, Pidgeot, Spearow, Beedrill, Zubat and Dragonair.
26 Unknown None.
27 Unknown None.
28 Unknown None.
29 Unknown None.
30 Bind Ivysaur. Vine moves.
31 Slam Ivysaur.
32 Vine Whip Venusaur
33 Deleted Grass Move? Venusaur
34 Kick Squirtle and Charmander. Physical moves.
35 Stomp Wartortle.
36 Double Kick Charmeleon and Mankey.
37 Mega Kick Wartortle, Nidoqueen, Nidoking and Machamp.
38 Jump Kick Primeape, Pokémon Index 56 and Pokémon Index 80.
39 Rolling Kick Primeape.
40 Sand-Attack Bulbasaur, Pidgey, Spearow, Rattata, Pikachu, Nidoran♀, Nidoran♂, Clefairy, Jigglypuff, Persian, Growlithe and Pokémon Index 56.
41 Headbutt Charmander, Ekans, Psyduck and Geodude.
42 Horn Attack Nidorino. Horn moves.
43 Fury Attack Pidgeotto, Spearow, Nidorino and Goldeen.
44 Horn Drill Raichu, Nidorina, Nidorino, and Pokémon Index 156.
45 Tackle Charmander, Squirtle, Rattata, Pidgey, Spearow, Nidoran♀, Nidoran♂, Paras, Mankey, Growlithe, Shellder, Gyarados and Pokémon Index 69. Full body moves.
46 Body Slam Geodude.
47 Wrap Onix and Dratini.
48 Take Down Ivysaur, Wartortle, Spearow, Butterfree, Beedrill, Nidoran♀, Clefairy, Wigglytuff, Slowpoke, Shellder, Dragonair and Pokémon Index 56.
49 Thrash Charmeleon, Pidgeotto, Raticate, Ekans, Nidoran♂, Parasect, Venonat, Mankey, Jigglypuff, Meowth, Zubat, Poliwag, and Gyarados.
50 Deleted Physical Move? Raticate, Beedrill, Poliwhirl, Arbok, Jigglypuff, Clefairy, Machoke, Onix and Gyarados.
51 Double-Edge Wartortle, Nidoqueen, Nidoking, Arcanine, Graveler, Goldeen and Pokémon Index 56.
52 Tail Whip Squirtle, Rattata, Ekans, Pikachu and Mankey.
53 Unknown Pidgey, Nidoran♀, Nidoran♂, Clefairy, Meowth, Growlithe, Pokémon Index 56 and Pokémon Index 79.
54 Unknown Charmander.
55 Lunge Charmander, Wartortle, Raticate, Arbok, Clefable, Arcanine, Psyduck, Onix, Slowpoke, Dratini and Pokémon Index 127.
56 Glare Charizard, Raticate, Arbok, Nidorina, Nidorino, Onix, Slowbro, Dragonair and Pokémon Index 127.
57 Unknown None.
58 Unknown None.
59 Poison Sting Nidoran♂, Nidoran♀
60 Unknown None.
61 Leer Bulbasaur, Charmander, Squirtle, Pidgey, Spearow, Rattata, Raichu, Nidoran♀, Nidoran♂, Clefairy, Growlithe, Mankey, Geodude, Goldeen, Gyarados and Pokémon Index 56.
62 Bite Charmander, Nidoran♀, Nidoran♂, Growlithe, Gyarados and Pokémon Index 69. Biting moves?
63 Growl Rattata, Spearow, Nidoran♀, Nidoran♂ and Clefairy
64 Roar Nidorina, Nidorino, Meowth, Gyarados and Pokémon Index 56.
65 Deleted Sound Move? Pidgey, Spearow, Clefairy and Pokémon Index 79. Sound moves.
66 Deleted Sound Move? Pidgeotto, Spearow, Clefairy, Golduck, Machop and Grimer.
67 Sing Pidgeot, Clefairy and Jigglypuff.
68 Supersonic Pidgeotto, Ekans, Beedrill, Paras, Wigglytuff, Poliwag, Slowpoke, Grimer, Pokémon Index 56, Pokémon Index 127 and Pokémon Index 156. "Wave" moves.
69 Sonicboom Rattata, Pidgeot, Fearow, Venonat, Slowpoke, Cloyster and Pokémon Index 69.
70 Disable None.
71 Gastro Acid None. Poison moves.
72 Acid Arbok, Grimer
73 Unknown None.
74 Ember Charmander and Arcanine. Fire moves.
75 Flamethrower Charmeleon and Arcanine.
76 Mega Fire Dragonair.
77 Water Gun Psyduck. Water moves.
78 Hydro Pump Wartortle, Poliwhirl, Goldeen, Seaking, Gyarados, Pokémon Index 79, Pokémon Index 80 and Pokémon Index 127.
79 Surf Golduck, Poliwrath and Muk.
80 Powder Snow None. Ice moves.
81 Ice Beam None.
82 Blizzard Pokémon Index 181.
83 Aurora Beam Dragonair. Beam moves.
84 Deleted Beam Move? Arbok, Paras and Slowbro.
85 Bubblebeam Wartortle, Pokémon Index 79 and Pokémon Index 156.
86 Psybeam Butterfree, Beedrill and Pokémon Index 127.
87 Hyper Beam Butterfree, Dragonite and Pokémon Index 175.
88 Peck None. Avian moves.
89 Drill Peck Spearow.
90 Submission Clefairy, Mankey and Machop. Fighting moves.
91 Low Kick Clefairy, Mankey and Machoke.
92 Counter Wigglytuff, Primeape, Poliwag, Machoke and Pokémon Index 79.
93 Seismic Toss Primeape and Pokémon Index 80.
94 Deleted Physical Move? None.
95 Deleted Physical Move? Beedrill, Mankey and Pokémon Index 80.
96 Strength Graveler, Poliwhirl, Machop, Slowbro and Pokémon Index 80.
97 Mega Drain Bulbasaur, Ivysaur, Butterfree and Paras. Grass moves.
98 Absorb Parasect
99 Leech Seed None.
100 Deleted Grass Move? None.
101 Deleted Grass Move? None.
102 Growth Bulbasaur and Paras.
103 Razor Leaf Bulbasaur and Ivysaur.
104 Solar Beam Ivysaur.
105 Unknown None.
106 Poisonpowder Venusaur, Butterfree and Venomoth. Powder moves.
107 Stun Spore Venusaur, Butterfree and Venomoth.
108 Sleep Powder Venusaur and Butterfree.
109 Petal Dance Venusaur.
110 Unknown None.
111 Unknown None.
112 String Shot Venonat.
113 Dragon Rage
114 Fire Spin Arcanine
115 Deleted Water Move? Goldeen, Gyarados and Pokémon Index 80.
116 Unknown Wartortle, Clefairy, Jigglypuff and Graveler.
117 Unknown Dratini Likely an early iteration of Constrict.
118 Unknown None.
119 Unknown None.
120 Unknown None.
121 Thundershock Pikachu. Electric moves
122 Thunderbolt Raichu.
123 Thunderwave Raichu, Onix and Pokémon Index 56.
124 500 000 Volts Raichu.
125 Thunder Dragonair.
126 Rock Throw Geodude. Ground moves.
127 Earthquake Golem.
128 Fissure Graveler and Onix.
129 Dig None.
130 Toxic Arbok, Beedrill
131 Unknown None.
132 Confusion Venonat, Golbat, Kadabra and Pokémon Index 56. Psychic moves.
133 Deleted Psychic Move? Kadabra.
134 Deleted Psychic Move? Alakazam.
135 Psychic Venomoth, Zubat, Kadabra and Alakazam.
136 Hypnosis Poliwag and Abra.
137 Meditate Kadabra.
138 Agility Venomoth, Persian, Abra, Dragonite and Pokémon Index 56.
139 Quick Attack Persian and Pokémon Index 56.
140 Rage Fearow, Beedrill and Arcanine.
141 Unknown None.
142 Mimic Kadabra
143 Teleport Venomoth and Abra.
144 Double Team Venomoth, Persian and Alakazam.
145 Harden None.
146 Minimize Jigglypuff, Slowbro and Grimer.
147 Deleted Physical Move? Cloyster. Likely an early iteration of Spike Cannon.
148 Smokescreen Cloyster.
149 Unknown Graveler, Muk and Onix.
150 Unknown Poliwrath, Muk and Cloyster.
151 Screech Persian, Graveler, Muk, Cloyster and Onix.
152 Unknown None.
153 Confuse Ray Wigglytuff, Zubat, Shellder and Onix.
154 Deleted Physical Move? Shellder, Cloyster and Onix.
155 Deleted Flying Move? Charizard and Venomoth.
156 Withdraw Squirtle, Slowpoke and Shellder.
157 Unknown None.
158 Defense Curl Clefairy.
159 Barrier Machamp.
160 F Wall Charmeleon and Arcanine. Wall moves?
161 W Wall Wartortle, Seaking and Pokémon Index 127.
162 M Wall Ivysaur and Parasect.
163 Focus Energy Pikachu, Clefairy, Dragonite and Pokémon Index 175.
164 Bide Wigglytuff, Poliwhirl, Shellder and Slowbro.
165 Unknown None.
166 Metronome Clefairy. Signature moves start here.
167 Unknown None. Egg Bomb, Lick, Smog, Selfdestruct, Mirror Move are somewhere in here.
168 Unknown None.
169 Unknown None.
170 Unknown None.
171 Unknown None.
172 Unknown None.
173 Unknown None.
174 Unknown None.
175 Unknown None.
176 Unknown None.
177 Unknown None.
178 Sludge Grimer.
179 Bone Club None.
180 Fire Blast None. Unused HM pointer.
181 Waterfall None.
182 Clamp None.
183 Swift None.
184 Skull Bash Squirtle.
185 Spike Cannon None.
186 Constrict None.
187 Amnesia None.
188 Kinesis Abra.
189 Unknown None. Softboiled is somewhere in there.
190 Unknown None.
191 Unknown None.
192 Unknown None.
193 Unknown None.
194 Unknown None.
195 Unknown None.
196 Unknown None.
197 Hi Jump Kick Mankey.
198 Unknown None. Glare and Dream Eater are somewhere in there.
199 Unknown None.
200 Unknown None.
201 Unknown None.
202 Unknown None.
203 Poison Gas Muk.
204 Unknown None. Barrage, Leech Life, Lovely Kiss, Sky Attack, Trasnform, Bubble, Dizzy Punch, Spore, and Flash are somewhere in here.
205 Unknown None.
206 Unknown None.
207 Unknown None.
208 Unknown None.
209 Unknown None.
210 Unknown None.
211 Unknown Grimer.
212 Unknown None.
213 Unknown None.
214 Unknown None.
215 Unknown None.
216 Unknown None.
217 Unknown None.
218 Unknown None.
219 Unknown None.
220 Double Return Poliwhirl.
221 Splash None.
222 Acid Armor Grimer.
223 Unknown Ekans.
224 Crabhammer None.
225 Explosion Golem.
226 Unknown Clefairy.
227 Fury Swipes Meowth.
228 Bonemerang None.
229 Rest None.
230 Rock Slide None.
231 Hyper Fang None.
232 Sharpen None.
233 Conversion None.
234 Tri Attack None.
235 Unknown None.
236 Super Fang Rattata.
237 Slash Ivysaur, Charmeleon, Raticate, Nidorina, Nidorino, Meowth and Psyduck.


Pokémon Early Level-Up Moveset Final Level-Up Moveset Notes
Bulbasaur LV.07 12 Scratch LV.07 Leech Seed Learns Mega Drain via TM.
LV.09 40 Sand-Attack LV.12 Vine Whip
LV.12 61 Leer LV.20 Poisonpowder
LV.14 102 Growth LV.27 Razor Leaf
LV.16 97 Mega Drain LV.34 Growth
LV.18 103 Razor Leaf LV.41 Sleep Powder
LV.48 Solarbeam
Ivysaur LV.22 30 Bind LV.07 Leech Seed Learns Take Down and Mega Drain via TM.
LV.24 31 Slam LV.13 Vine Whip
LV.26 48 Take Down LV.22 Poisonpowder
LV.28 237 Slash LV.30 Razor Leaf
LV.30 104 Solar Beam LV.38 Growth
LV.32 162 M Wall LV.46 Sleep Powder
LV.34 97 Mega Drain LV.54 Solarbeam
LV.36 103 Razor Leaf
Venusaur LV.40 32 Vine Whip LV.07 Leech Seed Completely different moveset.
LV.43 33 Cut Grass Move? LV.13 Vine Whip
LV.46 106 Poisonpowder LV.22 Poisonpowder
LV.49 107 Stun Spore LV.30 Razor Leaf
LV.52 108 Sleep Powder LV.43 Growth
LV.55 109 Petal Dance LV.55 Sleep Powder
LV.65 Solarbeam
Charmander LV.07 12 Scratch LV.09 Ember Completely different moveset.
LV.09 34 Kick LV.15 Leer
LV.11 41 Headbutt LV.22 Rage
LV.13 45 Tackle LV.30 Slash
LV.15 61 Leer LV.38 Flamethrower
LV.17 62 Bite LV.46 Fire Spin
LV.19 54 Unknown
LV.21 55 Lunge
LV.23 74 Ember
Charmeleon LV.27 36 Double Kick LV.09 Ember Charizard learns Fly via HM in the later games, starting with Pokémon Yellow, but not in the original games.
LV.29 49 Thrash LV.15 Leer
LV.31 237 Slash LV.24 Rage
LV.33 160 F Wall LV.33 Slash
LV.35 25 Fly LV.42 Flamethrower
LV.37 75 Flamethrower LV.56 Fire Spin
Charizard LV.40 22 Gust LV.09 Ember Completely different moveset.
LV.42 155 Cut Flying Move? LV.15 Leer
LV.44 23 Wing Attack LV.24 Rage
LV.46 56 Glare LV.36 Slash
LV.48 24 Whirlwind LV.46 Flamethrower
LV.55 Fire Spin
Squirtle LV.07 2 Punch LV.08 LV.8 Bubble Completely different moveset.
LV.09 34 Kick LV.15 LV.15 Water Gun
LV.11 45 Tackle LV.22 LV.22 Bite
LV.13 52 Tail Whip LV.28 LV.28 Withdraw
LV.15 5 Comet Punch LV.35 LV.35 Skull Bash
LV.17 61 Leer LV.42 LV.42 Hydro Pump
LV.19 156 Withdraw
LV.21 184 Skull Bash
Wartortle LV.23 6 Mega Punch LV.08 Bubble Completely different moveset. Learns Mega Punch, Body Slam, Take Down, Mega Kick, and Bubblebeam via TM in the final.
LV.25 35 Stomp LV.15 Water Gun
LV.27 48 Take Down LV.24 Bite
LV.29 55 Lunge LV.31 Withdraw
LV.31 37 Mega Kick LV.39 Skull Bash
LV.33 51 Double-Edge LV.47 Hydro Pump
LV.35 161 W Wall
LV.37 85 Bubblebeam
LV.39 78 Hydro Jet
LV.41 116 Unknown
Butterfree LV.23 48 Take Down LV.12 Confusion Learns Take Down, Mega Drain, and Hyper Beam via TM.
LV.26 106 Poisonpowder LV.15 Poisonpowder
LV.29 86 Psybeam LV.16 Stun Spore
LV.32 107 Stun Spore LV.17 Sleep Powder
LV.35 97 Mega Drain LV.21 Supersonic
LV.38 108 Sleep Powder LV.26 Whirlwind
LV.41 87 Hyper Beam LV.32 Psybeam
Beedrill LV.21 25 Fly LV.12 Fury Attack Learns Cut, Take Down, Swords Dance, and Toxic via TM.
LV.24 21 Pin Missile LV.16 Focus Energy
LV.27 48 Take Down LV.20 Twineedle
LV.30 20 Cut LV.25 Rage
LV.33 50 Cut Physical Move? LV.30 Pin Missile
LV.36 68 Supersonic LV.35 Agility
LV.39 140 Rage
LV.42 95 Cut Physical Move?
LV.45 86 Psybeam
LV.48 130 Toxic
Pidgey LV.05 12 Scratch LV.05 Sand Attack Completely different moveset.
LV.07 23 Wing Attack LV.12 Quick Attack
LV.09 53 Unknown LV.19 Whirlwind
LV.11 40 Sand-Attack LV.28 Wing Attack
LV.13 45 Tackle LV.36 Agility
LV.15 61 Leer LV.44 Mirror Move
LV.17 65 Cut Sound Move?
LV.19 22 Gust
Pidgeotto LV.22 66 Cut Sound Move? LV.05 Sand Attack Completely different moveset.
LV.24 43 Fury Attack LV.12 Quick Attack
LV.26 49 Thrash LV.21 Whirlwind
LV.28 68 Supersonic LV.31 Wing Attack
LV.40 Agility
LV.49 Mirror Move
Pidgeot LV.35 67 Sing LV.05 Sand Attack Completely different moveset. Learns Fly via HM in the final.
LV.40 25 Fly LV.12 Quick Attack
LV.45 69 Sonicboom LV.21 Whirlwind
LV.31 Wing Attack
LV.44 Agility
LV.54 Mirror Move
Rattata LV.08 12 Scratch LV.07 Quick Attack Completely different moveset.
LV.10 40 Sand-Attack LV.14 Hyper Fang
LV.12 52 Tail Whip LV.23 Focus Energy
LV.14 61 Leer LV.34 Super Fang
LV.16 45 Tackle
LV.18 63 Growl
LV.20 69 Sonicboom
LV.22 236 Super Fang
Raticate LV.24 55 Lunge LV.07 Quick Attack Completely different moveset. Learns Double-Edge via TM.
LV.28 49 Thrash LV.14 Hyper Fang
LV.32 50 Cut Physical Move? LV.27 Focus Energy
LV.36 237 Slash LV.41 Super Fang
LV.40 56 Glare
Spearow LV.10 12 Scratch LV.09 Leer Completely different moveset. Learns Take Down, Whirlwind, and Fly via TM.
LV.12 40 Sand-Attack LV.15 Fury Attack
LV.14 23 Wing Attack LV.22 Mirror Move
LV.16 45 Tackle LV.29 Drill Peck
LV.18 43 Fury Attack LV.36 Agility
LV.20 61 Leer
LV.22 63 Growl
LV.24 65 Cut Sound Move?
LV.26 66 Cut Sound Move?
LV.28 48 Take Down
LV.30 89 Drill Peck
LV.32 24 Whirlwind
LV.34 25 Fly
Fearow LV.38 69 Sonicboom LV.09 Leer Completely different moveset. Learns Rage via TM.
LV.41 140 Rage LV.15 Fury Attack
LV.25 Mirror Move
LV.34 Drill Peck
LV.43 Agility
Ekans LV.12 52 Tail Whip LV.10 Poison Sting Completely different moveset.
LV.15 41 Headbutt LV.17 Bite
LV.18 68 Supersonic LV.24 Glare
LV.21 49 Thrash LV.31 Screech
LV.25 223 Unknown LV.38 Acid
Arbok LV.27 55 Lunge LV.10 Poison Sting Completely different moveset.
LV.30 50 Cut Physical Move? LV.17 Bite
LV.33 72 Acid LV.27 Glare
LV.36 56 Glare LV.36 Screech
LV.39 130 Toxic LV.47 Acid
LV.42 84 Cut Beam Move?
Pikachu LV.14 52 Tail Whip LV.09 Thunder Wave Completely different moveset.
LV.16 121 Thundershock LV.16 Quick Attack
LV.18 40 Sand-Attack LV.26 Swift
LV.20 121 Thundershock LV.33 Agility
LV.22 163 Focus Energy LV.43 Thunder
Raichu LV.25 122 Thunderbolt None. Can lean Thunderbolt and Thunderwave via TM. Lacks a level-up moveset in the final.
LV.28 61 Leer
LV.31 123 Thunderwave
LV.34 44 Horn Drill
LV.37 124 50-Man Volt
Nidoran♀ LV.09 40 Sand-Attack LV.08 Scratch Learns Take Down via TM.
LV.11 45 Tackle LV.14 Poison Sting
LV.13 61 Leer LV.21 Tail Whip
LV.15 53 Unknown LV.29 Bite
LV.17 62 Bite LV.36 Fury Swipes
LV.19 63 Growl LV.43 Double Kick
LV.21 48 Take Down
LV.23 59 Poison Sting
Nidorina LV.28 237 Slash LV.08 Scratch Learns Horn Drill via TM.
LV.31 64 Roar LV.14 Poison Sting
LV.34 56 Glare LV.23 Tail Whip
LV.37 44 Horn Drill LV.32 Bite
LV.41 Fury Swipes
LV.50 Double Kick
Nidoqueen LV.45 6 Mega Punch LV.08 Scratch Learns Mega Kick via TM.
LV.50 37 Mega Kick LV.14 Poison Sting
LV.55 51 Double-Edge LV.23 Body Slam
Nidoran♂ LV.09 40 Sand-Attack LV.08 Horn Attack Completely different moveset.
LV.11 45 Tackle LV.14 Poison Sting
LV.13 61 Leer LV.21 Focus Energy
LV.15 53 Unknown LV.29 Fury Attack
LV.17 62 Bite LV.36 Horn Drill
LV.19 63 Growl LV.43 Double Kick
LV.21 49 Thrash
LV.23 59 Poison Sting
Nidorino LV.28 42 Horn Attack LV.08 Horn Attack Completely different moveset.
LV.30 64 Roar LV.14 Poison Sting
LV.32 237 Slash LV.23 Focus Energy
LV.34 43 Fury Attack LV.32 Fury Attack
LV.36 56 Glare LV.41 Horn Drill
LV.38 44 Horn Drill LV.50 Double Kick
Nidoking LV.45 6 Mega Punch LV.08 Horn Attack Learns Mega Punch and Mega Kick via TM.
LV.50 37 Mega Kick LV.14 Poison Sting
LV.55 51 Double-Edge LV.23 Thrash
Clefairy LV.08 40 Sand-Attack LV.13 Sing Completely different moveset. Learns Take Down and Double-Edge via TM.
LV.10 48 Take Down LV.18 Doubleslap
LV.12 53 Unknown LV.24 Minimize
LV.14 61 Leer LV.31 Metronome
LV.16 50 Cut Physical Move? LV.39 Defense Curl
LV.18 63 Growl LV.48 Light Screen
LV.20 65 Cut Sound Move?
LV.22 66 Cut Sound Move?
LV.24 67 Sing
LV.26 158 Defense Curl
LV.28 90 Submission
LV.30 91 Low Kick
LV.32 166 Metronome
LV.34 163 Focus Energy
LV.36 4 Doubleslap
LV.38 116 Unknown
LV.40 226 Unknown
Clefable LV.40 55 Lunge None. Lacks a level-up moveset in the final.
Jigglypuff LV.14 49 Thrash LV.09 Pound Completely different moveset. Wigglytuff learns Minimize in the final.
LV.16 67 Sing LV.14 Disable
LV.18 50 Cut Physical Move? LV.19 Defense Curl
LV.20 40 Sand-Attack LV.24 Doubleslap
LV.22 146 Minimize LV.29 Rest
LV.24 67 Sing LV.34 Body Slam
LV.26 116 Unknown LV.39 Double Edge
Wigglytuff LV.33 48 Take Down None. Lacks a level-up moveset in the final. Learns Take Down, Counter, and Bide via TM.
LV.36 92 Counter
LV.39 153 Confuse Ray
LV.42 164 Bide
LV.45 68 Supersonic
Zubat LV.28 153 Confuse Ray LV.10 Supersonic Completely different moveset.
LV.30 49 Thrash LV.15 Bite
LV.32 25 Dive Bomb/Fly LV.21 Confuse Ray
LV.34 135 Psychic LV.28 Wing Attack
LV.36 Haze
Golbat LV.40 132 Confusion LV.10 Supersonic Completely different moveset.
LV.15 Bite
LV.21 Confuse Ray
LV.32 Wing Attack
LV.43 Haze
Paras LV.15 45 Tackle LV.13 Stun Spore Learns Sword Dance via TM. Completely different moveset.
LV.17 97 Unknown LV.20 Leech Life
LV.19 68 Supersonic LV.27 Spore
LV.21 102 Growth LV.34 Slash
LV.23 18 Swords Dance LV.41 Growth
LV.25 84 Cut Beam Move?
Parasect LV.28 19 Cut LV.13 Stun Spore Completely different moveset. Learns Cut via HM in the final.

LV.31 20 Twineedle LV.20 Leech Life
LV.34 49 Thrash LV.30 Spore
LV.37 98 Absorb LV.39 Slash
LV.40 21 Pin Missile LV.49 Growth
LV.43 162 M Wall
Venonat LV.15 49 Thrash LV.24 Poisonpowder Completely different moveset.
LV.17 69 Sonicboom LV.27 Leech Life
LV.19 132 Confusion LV.30 Stun Spore
LV.21 112 String Shot LV.35 Psybeam
LV.38 Sleep Powder
LV.43 Psychic
Venomoth LV.25 143 Teleport LV.24 Poisonpowder Completely different moveset.
LV.28 155 Cut Flying Move? LV.27 Leech Life
LV.31 106 Poisonpowder LV.30 Stun Spore
LV.34 107 Stun Spore LV.38 Psybeam
LV.37 138 Agility LV.43 Sleep Powder
LV.40 135 Psybeam LV.50 Psychic
LV.43 144 Double Team
Meowth LV.15 4 Doubleslap LV.12 Bite Completely different moveset.
LV.17 53 Unknown LV.17 Pay Day
LV.19 237 Slash LV.24 Screech
LV.21 49 Thrash LV.33 Fury Swipes
LV.23 64 Unknown LV.44 Slash
LV.25 49 Thrash
LV.27 227 Fury Swipes
Persian LV.33 40 Sand-Attack LV.12 Bite Completely different moveset. Learns Double Team via TM.
LV.36 138 Agility LV.17 Pay Day
LV.39 151 Screech LV.24 Screech
LV.42 139 Quick Attack LV.37 Fury Swipes
LV.45 144 Double Team LV.51 Slash
Psyduck LV.15 41 Headbutt LV.28 Tail Whip Completely different moveset.
LV.17 77 Water Gun LV.31 Disable
LV.19 237 Slash LV.36 Confusion
LV.21 55 Lunge LV.43 Fury Swipes
LV.52 Hydro Pump
Golduck LV.45 66 Cut Sound Move? LV.28 Tail Whip Completely different moveset. Learns Surf via HM in the final.
LV.49 79 Surf LV.31 Disable
LV.39 Confusion
LV.48 Fury Swipes
LV.59 Hydro Pump
Mankey LV.12 3 Karate Chop LV.15 Karate Chop Learns Submission via TM.
LV.14 45 Tackle LV.21 Fury Swipes
LV.16 49 Thrash LV.27 Focus Energy
LV.18 61 Leer LV.33 Seismic Toss
LV.20 90 Submission LV.39 Thrash
LV.22 52 Tail Whip
LV.24 95 Cut Physical Move?
LV.26 91 Low Kick
LV.28 5 Comet Punch
LV.30 36 Double Kick
LV.32 197 Hi Jump Kick
Primeape LV.35 7 Upper Cut LV.15 Karate Chop Learns Counter via TM.
LV.37 92 Counter LV.21 Fury Swipes
LV.39 38 Jump Kick LV.27 Focus Energy
LV.40 39 Rolling Kick LV.37 Seismic Toss
LV.42 93 Seismic Toss LV.46 Thrash
Growlithe LV.12 40 Sand-Attack LV.18 Ember Completely different moveset.
LV.15 61 Leer LV.23 Leer
LV.18 53 Unknown LV.30 Take Down
LV.21 45 Tackle LV.39 Agility
LV.24 62 Bite LV.50 Flamethrower
Arcanine LV.27 74 Ember None. Lacks a level-up moveset in the final. Growlithe learns Flamethrower, while Arcanine learns Rage via TM.
LV.30 55 Lunge
LV.33 51 Double-Edge
LV.36 114 Fire Spin
LV.39 160 F Wall
LV.42 75 Flamethrower
LV.45 140 Rage
Poliwag LV.15 49 Thrash LV.16 Hypnosis Completely different moveset.
LV.17 136 Hypnosis LV.19 Water Gun
LV.19 92 Counter LV.25 Doubleslap
LV.21 5 Comet Punch LV.31 Body Slam
LV.23 68 Supersonic LV.38 Amnesia
LV.45 Hydro Pump
Poliwhirl LV.28 4 Doubleslap LV.16 Hypnosis Learns Bide, Double-Edge, and Strength via TM.
LV.31 164 Bide LV.19 Water Gun
LV.34 50 Cut Physical Move? LV.26 Doubleslap
LV.37 96 Strength LV.33 Body Slam
LV.40 220 Double Return LV.41 Amnesia
LV.43 78 Hydro Jet LV.49 Hydro Pump
Poliwrath LV.50 150 Unknown LV.16 Hypnosis Learns Surh via HM in the final.
LV.55 79 Surf LV.19 Water Gun
Abra LV.14 136 Hypnosis None. Lacks a level-up moveset in the final.
LV.16 138 Agility
LV.18 143 Teleport
LV.20 4 Doubleslap
LV.22 188 Kinesis
Kadabra LV.25 137 Meditate LV.16 Confusion Completely different moveset.
LV.28 142 Mimic LV.20 Disable
LV.31 132 Confusion LV.27 Psybeam
LV.34 133 Cut Psychic Move? LV.31 Recover
LV.37 135 Psybeam LV.38 Psychic
LV.42 Reflect
Alakazam LV.44 135 Psybeam LV.16 Confusion Completely different moveset.
LV.48 134 Cut Psychic Move? LV.20 Disable
LV.52 144 Double Team LV.27 Psybeam
LV.31 Recover
LV.38 Psychic
LV.42 Reflect
Machop LV.14 3 Karate Chop LV.20 Low Kick Completely different moveset. Learns Strength via HM in the final.
LV.16 66 Cut Sound Move? LV.25 Leer
LV.18 5 Comet Punch LV.32 Focus Energy
LV.20 7 Upper Cut LV.39 Seismic Toss
LV.22 90 Submission LV.46 Submission
LV.24 96 Strength
Machoke LV.28 50 Cut Physical Move? LV.20 Low Kick Learns Counter and Mega Punch via TM.
LV.31 92 Counter LV.25 Leer
LV.34 6 Mega Punch LV.36 Focus Energy
LV.37 91 Low Kick LV.44 Seismic Toss
LV.40 8 Bye-Bye Punch LV.52 Submission
Machamp LV.46 37 Mega Kick LV.20 Low Kick Learns Mega Kick via TM.
LV.50 159 Barrier LV.25 Leer
LV.36 Focus Energy
LV.44 Seismic Toss
LV.52 Submission
Geodude LV.14 41 Headbutt LV.11 Defense Curl Learns Body Slam via TM.
LV.16 61 Leer LV.16 Rock Throw
LV.18 46 Body Slam LV.21 Selfdestruct
LV.20 126 Rock Throw LV.26 Harden
LV.31 Earthquake
LV.36 Explosion
Graveler LV.23 96 Strength LV.11 Defense Curl Learns Strength, Mega Punch, and Fissure via TM.
LV.25 6 Mega Punch LV.16 Rock Throw
LV.27 151 Screech LV.21 Selfdestruct
LV.29 51 Double-Edge LV.29 Harden
LV.31 149 Unknown LV.36 Earthquake
LV.33 128 Fissure LV.43 Explosion
LV.35 116 Unknown
Golem LV.40 225 Explosion LV.11 Defense Curl Completely different moveset.
LV.45 127 Earthquake LV.16 Rock Throw
LV.21 Selfdestruct
LV.29 Harden
LV.36 Earthquake
LV.43 Explosion
Slowpoke LV.15 55 Lunge LV.18 Disable Completely different moveset.
LV.17 150 Unknown LV.22 Headbutt
LV.19 48 Take Down LV.27 Growl
LV.21 68 Supersonic LV.33 Water Gun
LV.23 156 Withdraw LV.40 Amnesia
LV.25 6 Mega Punch LV.48 Psychic
LV.27 69 Sonicboom
Slowbro LV.34 146 Minimize LV.18 Disable Completely different moveset. Learns Bide and Strength via TM.
LV.41 84 Cut Beam Move? LV.22 Headbutt
LV.42 164 Bide LV.27 Growl
LV.46 96 Strength LV.33 Water Gun
LV.50 56 Glare LV.44 Amnesia
LV.55 Psychic
Grimer LV.15 211 Unknown LV.30 Poison Gas Completely different moveset.
LV.17 72 Acid LV.33 Minimize
LV.19 68 Supersonic LV.37 Sludge
LV.21 146 Minimize LV.42 Harden
LV.23 66 Cut Sound Move? LV.48 Screech
LV.25 222 Unknown LV.55 Acid Armor
LV.27 178 Sludge
Muk LV.34 149 Unknown LV.30 Poison Gas Completely different moveset.
LV.38 203 Poison Gas LV.33 Minimize
LV.42 79 Surf LV.37 Sludge
LV.46 150 Unknown LV.45 Harden
LV.50 151 Screech LV.53 Screech
LV.60 Acid Armor
Shellder LV.15 153 Confuse Ray LV.18 Supersonic Completely different moveset. Learns Bide and Take Down via TM.
LV.17 45 Tackle LV.23 Clamp
LV.19 156 Withdraw LV.30 Aurora Beam
LV.21 164 Bide LV.39 Leer
LV.23 48 Take Down LV.50 Ice Beam
LV.25 154 Cut Physical Move?
Cloyster LV.28 148 Smokescreen LV.50 Spike Cannon Completely different moveset.
LV.31 147 Cut Physical Move?
LV.34 69 Sonicboom
LV.37 150 Unknown
LV.40 151 Screech
LV.43 154 Cut Physical Move?
Onix LV.14 47 Wrap LV.15 Bind Completely different moveset. Learns both Fissure and Double-Edge via TM.
LV.17 149 Unknown LV.19 Rock Throw
LV.20 153 Confuse Ray LV.25 Rage
LV.23 55 Lunge LV.33 Slam
LV.26 128 Fissure LV.43 Harden
LV.30 50 Cut Physical Move?
LV.34 154 Cut Physical Move?
LV.38 56 Glare
LV.42 151 Screech
LV.46 123 Thunderwave
Goldeen LV.25 43 Fury Attack LV.19 Supersonic Completely different moveset.
LV.28 61 Leer LV.24 Horn Attack
LV.31 115 Cut Water Move? LV.30 Fury Attack
LV.34 51 Thrash LV.37 Waterfall
LV.37 78 Hydro Pump LV.45 Horn Drill
LV.40 115 Cut Water Move? LV.54 Agility
Seaking LV.46 78 Hydro Pump LV.19 Supersonic Completely different moveset.
LV.50 161 W Wall LV.24 Horn Attack
LV.30 Fury Attack
LV.37 Waterfall
LV.45 Horn Drill
LV.54 Agility
Gyarados LV.20 45 Tackle LV.20 Bite Completely different moveset. Learns Double-Edge via TM.
LV.23 49 Thrash LV.25 Dragon Rage
LV.26 61 Leer LV.32 Leer
LV.29 62 Bite LV.41 Hydro Pump
LV.32 50 Cut Physical Move? LV.52 Hyper Beam
LV.35 64 Roar
LV.38 78 Hydro Jet
LV.41 115 Cut Water Move?
Dratini LV.07 47 Wrap LV.10 Thunder Wave Completely different moveset.
LV.10 55 Lunge LV.20 Agility
LV.13 117 Unknown LV.30 Slam
LV.40 Dragon Rage
LV.50 Hyper Beam
Dragonair LV.18 22 Gust LV.10 Thunder Wave Learns Take Down and Thunder via TM. Dragonite learns Fly via HM in the final.
LV.21 48 Take Down LV.20 Agility
LV.24 56 Glare LV.35 Slam
LV.27 25 Fly LV.45 Dragon Rage
LV.30 76 Mega Fire LV.55 Hyper Beam
LV.33 83 Aurora Beam
LV.36 125 Thunder
Dragonite LV.43 24 Whirlwind LV.10 Thunder Wave Completely different moveset.
LV.46 163 Focus Energy LV.20 Agility
LV.49 87 Hyper Beam LV.35 Slam
LV.52 138 Agility LV.45 Dragon Rage
LV.60 Hyper Beam
Pokémon ID 056 LV.14 40 Sand-Attack None. "Deer"
LV.16 38 Jump Kick
LV.18 132 Confusion
LV.20 123 Thunderwave
LV.23 64 Roar
LV.26 68 Supersonic
LV.29 48 Take Down
LV.33 139 Quick Attack
LV.37 61 Leer
LV.41 138 Agility
LV.45 51 Double-Edge
Pokémon ID 069 LV.17 23 Wing Attack None. Zubat pre-evolution. Zubat learns Wing Attack in the final.
LV.19 22 Gust
LV.21 62 Bite
LV.23 45 Tackle
LV.25 69 Sonicboom
Pokémon ID 079 LV.17 53 Unknown None. "Birdfish" Missingno.
LV.19 92 Counter
LV.21 85 Bubblebeam
LV.23 65 Cut Sound Move?
LV.25 92 Counter
LV.27 78 Hydro Jet/Pump
Pokémon ID 080 LV.32 38 Jump Kick None. "Birdfish evolution" Missingno.
LV.34 93 Seismic Toss
LV.36 115 Cut Water Move?
LV.48 95 Cut Physical Move?
LV.40 96 Strength
LV.42 78 Hydro Jet/Pump
Pokémon ID 127 LV.25 55 Lunge None. Psyduck line middle-evolution. Hydro Pump is learned by Psyduck and Golduck in the final.
LV.28 68 Supersonic
LV.31 56 Glare
LV.34 161 W Wall
LV.37 86 Psybeam
LV.40 78 Hydro Jet/Pump
Pokémon ID 156 LV.15 53 Unknown None. Goldeen pre-evolution. Supersonic, Horn Drill, and Bubblebeam are learned by both Goldeen and Seaking in the final.
LV.17 68 Supersonic
LV.19 44 Horn Drill
LV.21 85 Bubblebeam
Pokémon ID 175 LV.45 163 Focus Energy None. "Gorochu".
LV.50 87 Hyper Beam
Pokémon ID 181 LV.48 82 Blizzard None. Wartortle's original evolution. Blizzard is learned by both Squirtle and Wartortle in the final.
(Source: Helix Chamber research.)

Encounter Rates

The earliest known iteration of the encounter rate table, R1_ENC.DAT, with it only containing the data for Route 1.

Location Early Final Notes
Pokémon Levels Pokémon Levels
Route 1 Clefairy
Nidoran♀
Pidgey
Clefairy
Clefairy
Nidoran♀
Clefairy
Nidoran♀
Spearow
Spearow
5
4
3
5
5
4
5
4
7
7
Pidgey
Rattata
Rattata
Rattata
Pidgey
Pidgey
Pidgey
Rattata
Pidgey
Pidgey
3
3
3
2
2
3
3
4
4
5
*Populated with Pokémon found early on in the index list.
*Here, the rates sit at 40%, instead of 25%, making wild encounters more frequent.


The second encounter rate file that was included in the leak, ENCOUNT.SAV, this one actually spanning over the entire game. Rate percentages (aka. how often you run into Pokémon) will only be noted when different.

Location Early Final Notes
Pokémon Levels Pokémon Levels
Route 1 Caterpie
Pidgey
Rattata
Pidgey
Caterpie
Rattata
Caterpie
Pidgey
Caterpie
Rattata
3
3
3
3
4
2
2
2
5
5
Pidgey
Rattata
Rattata
Rattata
Pidgey
Pidgey
Pidgey
Rattata
Pidgey
Pidgey
3
3
3
2
2
3
3
4
4
5
*Caterpie was completely removed from this area.
Route 2 Weedle
Caterpie
Rattata
Weedle
Caterpie
Pidgey
Rattata
Psyduck
Pidgey
Psyduck
4
4
4
5
5
4
5
3
5
4
Rattata
Pidgey
Pidgey
Rattata
Pidgey
Weedle
Rattata
Rattata
Weedle
Weedle
3
3
4
4
5
3
2
5
4
5
*In the final games, Caterpie is exclusive to Blue, and Weedle to Red.
*Psyduck was completely removed from this area.
Route 22 (Land) Pidgey
Rattata
Psyduck
Rattata
Spearow
Pidgey
Spearow
Jigglypuff
Psyduck
Jigglypuff
5
5
5
6
6
6
5
5
6
6
Rattata
Nidoran♂
Rattata
Nidoran♂
Rattata
Nidoran♂
Spearow
Spearow
Nidoran♀
Nidoran♀
3
3
4
4
2
2
3
5
3
4
*The available Pokémon were completely changed, and the levels were lowered.
Route 22 (Water)
Water Rates: 15%
Poliwhirl
Seadra
Seadra
Staryu
Goldeen
Poliwhirl
Goldeen
Poliwhirl
Staryu
Staryu
42
42
41
41
42
41
41
42
40
42
/ / *While featuring a body of water, no surf rates exist for this map in the final games.
Viridian Forest Caterpie
Weedle
Metapod
Kakuna
Kakuna
Nidoran♂
Kakuna
Metapod
Pikachu
Pikachu
5
5
6
5
6
5
7
7
5
6
Weedle
Kakuna
Weedle
Weedle
Kakuna
Kakuna
Metapod
Caterpie
Pikachu
Pikachu
4
5
3
5
4
6
4
3
3
5
*Nidoran♂ was removed completely, and the levels were lowered.
Route 3 Nidoran♂
Vulpix
Meowth
Spearow
Spearow
Nidoran♂
Vulpix
Spearow
Meowth
Meowth
7
7
6
7
6
6
7
8
6
8
Pidgey
Spearow
Pidgey
Spearow
Spearow
Pidgey
Spearow
Jigglypuff
Jigglypuff
Jigglypuff
6
5
7
6
7
8
8
3
5
7
*The available Pokémon were completely changed.
Mt. Moon (1F) Zubat
Zubat
Zubat
Zubat
Zubat
Zubat
Mankey
Ekans
Paras
Clefairy
7
8
6
5
9
10
8
8
9
10
Zubat
Zubat
Zubat
Geodude
Zubat
Zubat
Geodude
Paras
Zubat
Clefairy
8
7
9
8
6
10
10
8
11
8
*Ekans and Mankey were removed, and Geodude was added.
Mt. Moon (B1F) Zubat
Zubat
Zubat
Ekans
Mankey
Zubat
Zubat
Paras
Clefairy
Paras
9
8
10
9
9
7
11
9
9
10
Zubat
Zubat
Geodude
Geodude
Zubat
Paras
Zubat
Zubat
Clefairy
Geodude
8
7
7
8
9
10
10
11
9
9
Mt. Moon (B2F) Zubat
Zubat
Mankey
Zubat
Ekans
Paras
Clefairy
Ekans
Zubat
Clefairy
9
10
9
8
9
9
9
10
11
11
Zubat
Geodude
Zubat
Geodude
Zubat
Paras
Paras
Clefairy
Zubat
Clefairy
9
9
10
10
11
10
12
10
12
12
Route 4 Spearow
Nidoran♂
Meowth
Spearow
Nidoran♂
Vulpix
Vulpix
Meowth
Nidoran♂
Vulpix
11
11
9
10
10
10
9
10
12
12
Rattata
Spearow
Rattata
Ekans
Spearow
Ekans
Rattata
Spearow
Ekans
Ekans
10
10
8
6
8
10
12
12
8
12
*The available Pokémon were completely changed.
Route 24 (Land) Poliwag
Shellder
Horsea
Horsea
Shellder
Poliwag
Poliwag
Horsea
Poliwag
Shellder
10
11
11
10
10
11
9
12
12
12
Weedle
Kakuna
Pidgey
Oddish
Oddish
Abra
Oddish
Pidgey
Abra
Abra
7
8
12
12
13
10
14
13
8
12
*The land roster is mistakenly assigned what is clearly a selection of water-born Pokémon.
Route 24 (Water)
Water Rates: 15%
Poliwag
Shellder
Horsea
Horsea
Shellder
Poliwag
Poliwag
Horsea
Poliwag
Shellder
39
40
40
39
39
38
40
41
41
41
/ / *While featuring a body of water, no surf rates exist for this map in the final games.
Route 25 (Land) Venonat
Bellsprout
Oddish
Psyduck
Oddish
Bellsprout
Poliwag
Horsea
Venonat
Poliwag
12
12
12
15
13
13
12
12
13
14
Weedle
Kakuna
Pidgey
Oddish
Oddish
Abra
Oddish
Abra
Metapod
Caterpie
8
9
13
12
13
12
14
10
7
8
*The available Pokémon were completely changed, with Oddish exclusive to Red, Bellsprout to Blue, and Venonat only available in Yellow. Horsea's inclusion is also odd, as it is water-born.
Route 25 (Water)
Water Rates: 15%
Poliwag
Shellder
Horsea
Horsea
Shellder
Poliwag
Poliwag
Horsea
Poliwag
Shellder
39
40
40
39
39
38
40
41
41
41
/ / *While featuring a body of water, no surf rates exist for this map in the final games.
Route 9 Geodude
Geodude
Slowpoke
Geodude
Sandshrew
Geodude
Sandshrew
Diglett
Geodude
Graveler
12
13
13
10
11
14
13
14
15
14
Rattata
Spearow
Rattata
Ekans
Spearow
Ekans
Rattata
Spearow
Ekans
Ekans
16
16
14
11
13
15
17
17
13
17
*The available Pokémon were completely changed. The levels were also raised.
Route 5 Magnemite
Magnemite
Magnemite
Magnemite
Machop
Abra
Abra
Machop
Doduo
Doduo
17
18
16
19
17
17
18
18
18
19
Oddish
Pidgey
Pidgey
Mankey
Mankey
Oddish
Oddish
Pidgey
Mankey
Mankey
13
13
15
10
12
15
16
16
14
16
*The available Pokémon were completely changed. The levels were also lowered.
Route 6 Abra
Machop
Magnemite
Magnemite
Grimer
Grimer
Abra
Machop
Magnemite
Grimer
13
13
13
14
14
13
14
14
12
15
Oddish
Pidgey
Pidgey
Mankey
Mankey
Oddish
Oddish
Pidgey
Mankey
Mankey
13
13
15
10
12
15
16
16
14
16
*The available Pokémon were completely changed.
Route 11 Diglett
Drowzee
Koffing
Diglett
Drowzee
Diglett
Diglett
Voltorb
Voltorb
Koffing
15
15
16
14
16
16
17
16
15
17
Ekans
Spearow
Ekans
Drowzee
Spearow
Drowzee
Ekans
Spearow
Drowzee
Drowzee
14
15
12
9
13
13
15
17
11
15
*The available Pokémon were completely changed.
Rock Tunnel (1F) Diglett
Geodude
Diglett
Gastly
Diglett
Gastly
Diglett
Geodude
Arbok
Raticate
20
17
21
14
19
15
22
14
20
20
Zubat
Zubat
Geodude
Machop
Geodude
Zubat
Zubat
Machop
Onix
Onix
16
17
17
15
16
18
15
17
13
15
*The available Pokémon were completely changed.
Rock Tunnel (B1F) Diglett
Geodude
Diglett
Geodude
Diglett
Arbok
Graveler
Raticate
Gastly
Gastly
20
16
19
21
21
20
17
20
16
17
Zubat
Zubat
Geodude
Machop
Geodude
Zubat
Machop
Onix
Onix
Geodude
16
17
17
15
16
18
17
17
13
18
*The available Pokémon were completely changed.
Route 10 (Land) Slowpoke
Geodude
Geodude
Diglett
Diglett
Slowpoke
Slowpoke
Graveler
Slowpoke
Graveler
15
15
16
15
16
14
16
15
17
18
Voltorb
Spearow
Voltorb
Ekans
Spearow
Ekans
Voltorb
Spearow
Ekans
Ekans
16
16
14
11
13
15
17
17
13
17
*The available Pokémon were completely changed.
Route 10 (Water)
Water Rates: 15%
Shellder
Seel
Tentacool
Staryu
Krabby
Staryu
Tentacool
Krabby
Krabby
Krabby
40
40
40
40
42
41
41
43
41
44
/ / *While featuring a body of water, no surf rates exist for this map in the final games.
Route 12 (Land) Slowpoke
Psyduck
Krabby
Krabby
Tentacool
Seel
Slowpoke
Psyduck
Staryu
Staryu
23
26
23
22
22
23
22
27
24
25
Oddish
Pidgey
Pidgey
Venonat
Oddish
Venonat
Oddish
Pidgey
Gloom
Gloom
24
25
23
24
22
26
26
27
28
30
*The land roster is mistakenly assigned what is clearly a selection of water-born Pokémon.
Route 12 (Water)
Water Rates: 25%
Shellder
Seel
Tentacool
Staryu
Krabby
Staryu
Tentacool
Krabby
Krabby
Krabby
40
40
40
40
42
41
41
43
41
44
/ / *While featuring a body of water, no surf rates exist for this map in the final games. Surf rates were only later added in Yellow.
Route 8 (Land) Abra
Machop
Grimer
Voltorb
Grimer
Voltorb
Abra
Machop
Voltorb
Voltorb
20
20
20
21
21
20
22
21
19
22
Pidgey
Mankey
Ekans
Growlithe
Pidgey
Mankey
Ekans
Growlithe
Growlithe
Growlithe
18
18
17
16
20
20
19
17
15
18
*The available Pokémon were completely changed.
Route 8 (Water)
Water Rates: 25%
Shellder
Seel
Tentacool
Staryu
Krabby
Staryu
Tentacool
Krabby
Krabby
Krabby
40
40
40
40
42
41
41
43
41
44
/ / *This area is assigned a proper surf encounter table, which makes sense given how this area originally featured water.
Route 7 Abra
Machop
Voltorb
Voltorb
Voltorb
Voltorb
Abra
Machop
Voltorb
Voltorb
21
20
21
20
19
22
22
21
18
23
Pidgey
Oddish
Mankey
Oddish
Pidgey
Mankey
Growlithe
Growlithe
Mankey
Mankey
19
19
17
22
22
18
18
20
19
20
*The available Pokémon were completely changed.
Pokémon Tower (3F) Gastly
Gastly
Gastly
Gastly
Gastly
Gastly
Gastly
Vulpix
Cubone
Haunter
17
16
15
14
18
19
20
21
23
20
Gastly
Gastly
Gastly
Gastly
Gastly
Gastly
Gastly
Cubone
Cubone
Haunter
20
21
22
23
19
18
24
20
22
25
Vulpix was removed from all the Pokémon Tower encounter tables.
Pokémon Tower (4F) Gastly
Gastly
Gastly
Gastly
Gastly
Vulpix
Gastly
Cubone
Haunter
Gastly
18
17
16
15
19
24
18
24
18
21
Gastly
Gastly
Gastly
Gastly
Gastly
Gastly
Haunter
Cubone
Cubone
Gastly
20
21
22
23
19
18
25
20
22
24
Pokémon Tower (5F) Gastly
Gastly
Vulpix
Gastly
Gastly
Gastly
Cubone
Haunter
Gastly
Cubone
19
18
23
17
16
20
25
21
21
26
Gastly
Gastly
Gastly
Gastly
Gastly
Gastly
Haunter
Cubone
Cubone
Gastly
20
21
22
23
19
18
25
20
22
24
Pokémon Tower (6F) Gastly
Vulpix
Gastly
Gastly
Gastly
Gastly
Cubone
Haunter
Cubone
Haunter
19
21
18
17
20
21
25
19
26
22
Gastly
Gastly
Gastly
Gastly
Gastly
Gastly
Haunter
Cubone
Cubone
Haunter
21
22
23
24
20
19
26
22
24
28
Pokémon Tower (7F) Gastly
Vulpix
Gastly
Gastly
Gastly
Cubone
Vulpix
Haunter
Haunter
Gastly
22
27
21
20
19
27
26
22
23
23
Gastly
Gastly
Gastly
Gastly
Gastly
Haunter
Cubone
Cubone
Haunter
Haunter
21
22
23
24
20
28
22
24
28
30
Route 13 (Land) Sandshrew
Sandshrew
Sandshrew
Arbok
Primeape
Sandslash
Arbok
Sandshrew
Sandshrew
Sandshrew
27
26
25
26
27
27
27
28
29
30
Oddish
Pidgey
Pidgey
Venonat
Oddish
Venonat
Oddish
Ditto
Gloom
Gloom
24
25
27
24
22
26
26
25
28
30
*The available Pokémon were completely changed.
*Here, the rates sit at 15%, instead of 20%, making wild encounters more frequent.
Route 13 (Water)
Water Rates: 25%
Shellder
Seel
Tentacool
Staryu
Krabby
Staryu
Tentacool
Krabby
Krabby
Krabby
40
40
40
40
42
41
41
43
41
44
/ / *While featuring a body of water, no surf rates exist for this map in the final games. Surf rates were only later added in Yellow.
Route 14 Sandshrew
Sandshrew
Sandshrew
Arbok
Primeape
Sandslash
Arbok
Sandslash
Primeape
Primeape
28
29
30
28
28
28
29
29
27
29
Oddish
Pidgey
Ditto
Venonat
Oddish
Venonat
Oddish
Gloom
Pidgeotto
Pidgeotto
24
26
23
24
22
26
26
30
28
30
*The available Pokémon were completely changed.
Route 15 Sandshrew
Sandshrew
Sandshrew
Primeape
Sandslash
Arbok
Sandshrew
Sandslash
Sandshrew
Sandshrew
28
27
26
27
27
26
25
27
29
30
Oddish
Ditto
Pidgey
Venonat
Oddish
Venonat
Oddish
Gloom
Pidgeotto
Pidgeotto
24
26
23
26
22
28
26
30
28
30
*The available Pokémon were completely changed.
Route 16 / / Spearow
Spearow
Rattata
Doduo
Rattata
Doduo
Doduo
Rattata
Raticate
Raticate
20
22
18
20
20
18
22
22
23
25
*Oddly enough, the entry for this route is missing entirely, which is likely a mistake as an earlier iteration of this route reveals that tall grass was always there.
Route 17 Ponyta
Growlithe
Bellsprout
Weepinbell
Gloom
Oddish
Oddish
Pidgeotto
Mankey
Mankey
28
29
29
28
28
30
28
29
28
29
Spearow
Spearow
Raticate
Doduo
Raticate
Doduo
Doduo
Raticate
Fearow
Fearow
20
22
25
24
27
26
28
29
25
27
*The available Pokémon were completely changed, with Ponyta later made available in Yellow.
Route 18 Bellsprout
Oddish
Pidgeotto
Gloom
Weepinbell
Fearow
Growlithe
Ponyta
Fearow
Fearow
32
32
28
28
28
28
28
28
27
29
Spearow
Spearow
Raticate
Doduo
Fearow
Doduo
Doduo
Raticate
Fearow
Fearow
20
22
25
24
25
26
28
29
27
29
*The available Pokémon were completely changed.
Safari Zone (Center - Land) Cubone
Marowak
Parasect
Golduck
Clefairy
Parasect
Marowak
Golduck
Chansey
Chansey
27
25
25
25
28
27
30
30
20
25
Nidoran♂
Rhyhorn
Venonat
Exeggcute
Nidorino
Exeggcute
Nidorina
Parasect
Scyther
Chansey
22
25
22
24
31
25
31
30
23
23
*The available Pokémon were completely changed.
Safari Zone (Center - Water)
Water Rates: 30%
Seel
Poliwhirl
Horsea
Poliwhirl
Seel
Dewgong
Seadra
Seel
Seadra
Seadra
30
29
30
30
31
30
29
29
31
32
/ / *While featuring a body of water, no surf rates exist for this map in the final games.
Safari Zone (East - Land) Paras
Parasect
Rhyhorn
Slowbro
Exeggcute
Rhyhorn
Parasect
Slowbro
Kangaskhan
Kangaskhan
27
25
25
25
27
27
30
30
20
25
Nidoran♂
Doduo
Paras
Exeggcute
Nidorino
Exeggcute
Nidoran♀
Parasect
Kangaskhan
Scyther
24
26
22
25
33
23
24
25
25
28
*Rhyhorn and Slowbro were removed, and a handful of Pokémon were added.
Safari Zone (East - Water)
Water Rates: 30%
Seel
Poliwhirl
Horsea
Poliwhirl
Seel
Dewgong
Seadra
Seel
Seadra
Seadra
30
29
30
30
31
30
29
29
31
32
/ / *While featuring a body of water, no surf rates exist for this map in the final games.
Safari Zone (North - Land) Psyduck
Marowak
Nidoran♀
Golduck
Clefairy
Nidoran♀
Marowak
Golduck
Scyther
Scyther
27
25
25
25
28
27
30
30
20
25
Nidoran♂
Rhyhorn
Paras
Exeggcute
Nidorino
Exeggcute
Nidorina
Venomoth
Chansey
Tauros
22
26
23
25
30
27
30
32
26
28
*The available Pokémon were completely changed, with Marowak and Scyther later made available in Yellow.
Safari Zone (North - Water)
Water Rates: 30%
Seel
Poliwhirl
Horsea
Poliwhirl
Seel
Dewgong
Seadra
Seel
Seadra
Seadra
30
29
30
30
31
30
29
29
31
32
/ / *While featuring a body of water, no surf rates exist for this map in the final games.
Safari Zone (West - Land) Slowpoke
Rhyhorn
Persian
Slowbro
Exeggcute
Persian
Rhyhorn
Slowbro
Tauros
Tauros
27
25
25
25
30
30
30
30
20
25
Nidoran♂
Doduo
Venonat
Exeggcute
Nidorino
Exeggcute
Nidoran♀
Venomoth
Tauros
Kangaskhan
25
26
23
24
33
26
25
31
26
28
*The available Pokémon were completely changed
Safari Zone (West - Water)
Water Rates: 30%
Seel
Poliwhirl
Horsea
Poliwhirl
Seel
Dewgong
Seadra
Seel
Seadra
Seadra
30
29
30
30
31
30
29
29
31
32
/ / *While featuring a body of water, no surf rates exist for this map in the final games.
Route 19 Krabby
Tentacool
Goldeen
Tentacool
Goldeen
Krabby
Goldeen
Tentacool
Krabby
Krabby
38
38
35
37
37
37
34
36
39
40
*Tentacool
Tentacool
Tentacool
Tentacool
Tentacool
Tentacool
Tentacool
Tentacool
Tentacool
Tentacool
5
10
15
5
10
15
20
30
35
40
*The available Pokémon were completely changed.
*Here, the rates sit at 10%, instead of 5%, making wild encounters more frequent.
Route 20 Seel
Poliwhirl
Seadra
Poliwhirl
Seel
Seel
Seadra
Seel
Seadra
Seadra
38
38
38
37
37
36
37
39
39
40
*Tentacool
Tentacool
Tentacool
Tentacool
Tentacool
Tentacool
Tentacool
Tentacool
Tentacool
Tentacool
5
10
15
5
10
15
20
30
35
40
*The available Pokémon were completely changed.
*Here, the rates sit at 10%, instead of 5%, making wild encounters more frequent.
Seafoam Islands (1F) Staryu
Krabby
Seadra
Krabby
Staryu
Poliwhirl
Seadra
Poliwhirl
Poliwhirl
Articuno
40
41
40
42
39
40
38
38
39
44
Seel
Slowpoke
Shellder
Horsea
Horsea
Zubat
Golbat
Psyduck
Shellder
Golduck
30
30
30
30
28
21
29
28
28
38
*Interestingly, Articuno is listed as a rare wild encounter, instead of being a static encounter. The available Pokémon were also completely changed, and the levels were lowered. Moreover, both B3F and B4F have proper surf rates, though they’re just duplicates of their respective land rates.
*Surf rates were only later added in Yellow.
Seafoam Islands (B1F) Staryu
Krabby
Poliwhirl
Seaking
Krabby
Seadra
Staryu
Staryu
Dewgong
Articuno
40
41
39
40
39
41
40
39
38
45
Staryu
Horsea
Shellder
Horsea
Slowpoke
Seel
Slowpoke
Seel
Dewgong
Seadra
30
30
32
32
28
30
30
28
38
37
Seafoam Islands (B2F) Seadra
Seaking
Dewgong
Kingler
Cloyster
Poliwhirl
Staryu
Krabby
Articuno
Kingler
41
40
39
40
40
41
40
43
46
40
Seel
Slowpoke
Seel
Slowpoke
Horsea
Staryu
Horsea
Shellder
Golbat
Slowbro
30
30
32
32
28
30
30
28
30
37
Seafoam Islands (B3F - Land) Kingler
Dewgong
Seaking
Cloyster
Poliwhirl
Seadra
Cloyster
Staryu
Articuno
Staryu
40
40
41
40
41
42
41
41
47
42
Slowpoke
Seel
Slowpoke
Seel
Horsea
Shellder
Horsea
Shellder
Seadra
Dewgong
31
31
33
33
29
31
31
29
39
37
Seafoam Islands (B3F - Water)
Water Rates: 15%
Kingler
Dewgong
Seaking
Cloyster
Poliwhirl
Seadra
Cloyster
Staryu
Articuno
Staryu
40
40
41
40
41
42
41
41
47
42
/ /
Seafoam Islands (B4F - Land) Cloyster
Seaking
Kingler
Dewgong
Seadra
Poliwhirl
Poliwhirl
Articuno
Dewgong
Dewgong
42
41
41
41
42
41
42
48
41
43
Horsea
Shellder
Horsea
Shellder
Slowpoke
Seel
Slowpoke
Seel
Slowbro
Golbat
31
31
33
33
29
31
31
29
39
32
Seafoam Islands (B4F - Water)
Water Rates: 15%
Cloyster
Seaking
Kingler
Dewgong
Seadra
Poliwhirl
Poliwhirl
Articuno
Dewgong
Dewgong
42
41
41
41
42
41
42
48
41
43
/ /
Pokémon Mansion (1F - Land) Muk
Electrode
Dugtrio
Electrode
Dugtrio
Rattata
Machoke
Wigglytuff
Hypno
Kadabra
42
42
41
41
43
50
41
44
43
43
Koffing
Koffing
Ponyta
Ponyta
Growlithe
Ponyta
Grimer
Ponyta
Weezing
Muk
32
30
34
30
34
32
30
28
37
39
*The available Pokémon were completely changed, with Rattata later made available in Yellow.
The levels were also lowered.
Pokémon Mansion (1F - Water)
Water Rates: 25%
Poliwhirl
Seadra
Seadra
Staryu
Goldeen
Poliwhirl
Goldeen
Poliwhirl
Staryu
Staryu
42
42
41
41
42
41
41
42
40
422
/ / *Interestingly enough, this area is assigned a proper surf encounter table, despite lacking water altogether. However, the final games' blockset for Cinnabar Mansion does contain the necessary blocks to make a body of water.
Pokémon Mansion (2F) Muk
Electrode
Hypno
Muk
Machoke
Electrode
Rattata
Wigglytuff
Kadabra
Kadabra
42
42
41
43
42
43
50
44
41
42
Growlithe
Koffing
Koffing
Ponyta
Koffing
Ponyta
Grimer
Ponyta
Weezing
Muk
32
34
34
30
30
32
30
28
39
37
*The available Pokémon were completely changed, and Rattata was later made available in Yellow. The levels were also lowered.
Pokémon Mansion (3F) Muk
Electrode
Hypno
Muk
Electrode
Machoke
Kadabra
Kadabra
Wigglytuff
Wigglytuff
43
43
44
44
43
43
42
43
44
46
Koffing
Growlithe
Koffing
Ponyta
Ponyta
Weezing
Grimer
Weezing
Ponyta
Muk
31
33
35
32
34
40
34
38
36
42
*The available Pokémon were completely changed. The levels were also lowered.
Pokémon Mansion (B1F) Hypno
Machoke
Machoke
Hypno
Kadabra
Slowbro
Muk
Electrode
Kadabra
Kadabra
44
44
43
43
44
42
42
42
43
45
Koffing
Koffing
Growlithe
Ponyta
Koffing
Weezing
Ponyta
Grimer
Weezing
Muk
33
31
35
32
31
40
34
35
42
42
*The available Pokémon were completely changed. The levels were also lowered.
Route 21 (Land) Caterpie
Pidgey
Rattata
Pidgey
Caterpie
Rattata
Caterpie
Pidgey
Caterpie
Rattata
24
24
24
23
23
23
25
25
26
25
Rattata
Pidgey
Raticate
Rattata
Pidgey
Pidgeotto
Pidgeotto
Tangela
Tangela
Tangela
21
23
30
23
21
30
32
28
30
32
*Caterpie was removed, and Pidgeotto, Raticate, and Tangela were added.
Route 21 (Water) Poliwhirl
Seadra
Seadra
Staryu
Goldeen
Poliwhirl
Goldeen
Poliwhirl
Staryu
Staryu
42
42
41
41
42
41
41
42
40
42
*Tentacool
Tentacool
Tentacool
Tentacool
Tentacool
Tentacool
Tentacool
Tentacool
Tentacool
Tentacool
5
10
15
5
10
15
20
30
35
40
*The available Pokémon were completely changed.
*Here, the rates sit at 10%, instead of 5%, making wild encounters more frequent.
Cerulean Cave (1F - Land) Ponyta
Golbat
Golbat
Golbat
Golbat
Nidorino
Golbat
Ninetales
Rapidash
Rapidash
43
39
38
37
36
41
42
40
40
43
Golbat
Hypno
Magneton
Dodrio
Venomoth
Arbok
Kadabra
Parasect
Raichu
Ditto
46
46
46
49
49
52
49
52
53
53
*The available Pokémon were completely changed. The levels were also raised quite a bit.
Cerulean Cave (1F - Water)
Water Rates: 15%
Poliwag
Shellder
Horsea
Horsea
Shellder
Poliwag
Poliwag
Horsea
Poliwag
Shellder
39
40
40
39
39
38
40
41
41
41
/ / *While featuring a body of water, no surf rates exist for this map in the final games.
Cerulean Cave (2F - Land) Ponyta
Nidorino
Golbat
Golbat
Golbat
Golbat
Golbat
Rapidash
Ninetales
Ninetales
44
40
41
40
39
42
43
41
41
44
Dodrio
Venomoth
Kadabra
Rhydon
Marowak
Electrode
Chansey
Wigglytuff
Ditto
Ditto
51
51
51
52
52
52
56
54
55
60
*The available Pokémon were completely changed, with Golbat only made available in Yellow. The levels were also raised quite a bit.
Cerulean Cave (2F - Water)
Water Rates: 15%
Poliwag
Shellder
Horsea
Horsea
Shellder
Poliwag
Poliwag
Horsea
Poliwag
Shellder
39
40
40
39
39
38
40
41
41
41
/ / *This area is assigned a proper surf encounter table, which makes sense given how this area originally featured water.
Cerulean Cave (B1F - Land) Golbat
Golbat
Ponyta
Rapidash
Ninetales
Nidorino
Nidorino
Golbat
Moltres
Golbat
43
44
45
42
42
43
42
42
45
45
Rhydon
Marowak
Electrode
Chansey
Parasect
Raichu
Arbok
Ditto
Ditto
Ditto
55
55
55
64
64
64
57
65
63
67
*Interestingly, Moltres is listed as a rare wild encounter, instead of being a static encounter. Moreover, Moltres is found in Cerulean Cave, instead of Victory Road, with Mewtwo taking its place in the final games.
*The available Pokémon were also completely changed, and the levels were raised.
Cerulean Cave (B1F - Water)
Water Rates: 15%
Poliwag
Shellder
Horsea
Horsea
Shellder
Poliwag
Poliwag
Horsea
Poliwag
Shellder
39
40
40
39
39
38
40
41
41
41
/ / *While featuring a body of water, no surf rates exist for this map in the final games.
Power Plant Pikachu
Weezing
Electrode
Magneton
Pikachu
Magneton
Magneton
Raichu
Magneton
Electrode
38
37
37
37
40
36
38
36
35
35
Voltorb
Magnemite
Pikachu
Pikachu
Magnemite
Voltorb
Magneton
Magneton
Electabuzz
Electabuzz
21
21
20
24
23
23
32
35
33
36
*Magnemite, Voltorb, and Electabuzz were added, Electrode was turned into static encounters, and while Yellow didn't add Weezing back, it did made Muk available.
*Zapdos is, oddly enough, missing from both this entry, as well as the rest of the encounter table.
Route 23 (Land) Ninetales
Rapidash
Dewgong
Ninetales
Tentacruel
Rapidash
Starmie
Cloyster
Starmie
Starmie
46
46
47
47
45
47
44
47
46
47
Ekans
Ditto
Spearow
Fearow
Ditto
Fearow
Arbok
Ditto
Fearow
Fearow
26
33
26
38
38
38
41
43
41
43
*The available Pokémon were completely changed. Oddly enough, aside from Ninetales and Rapidash, all the Pokémon listed are water-born ones.
Route 23 (Water)
Water Rates: 10%
Dewgong
Tentacruel
Cloyster
Dewgong
Starmie
Tentacruel
Starmie
Cloyster
Starmie
Starmie
46
46
47
47
45
47
44
47
46
47
/ / *While featuring a body of water, no surf rates exist for this map in the final games.
Victory Road (1F) / / Machop
Geodude
Zubat
Onix
Onix
Onix
Graveler
Golbat
Machoke
Marowak
24
26
22
36
39
42
41
41
42
43
Victory Road originally only had two floors, with the "first floor" ironically being added last.
Victory Road (2F) Golbat
Arbok
Primeape
Arbok
Primeape
Golbat
Primeape
Rhydon
Venomoth
Venomoth
43
46
46
44
45
47
47
45
45
46
Machop
Geodude
Zubat
Onix
Onix
Onix
Machoke
Golbat
Marowak
Graveler
22
24
26
36
39
42
41
40
40
43
*The available Pokémon were completely changed, and the levels were lowered quite a bit.
*Moltres is also missing here, instead being found on the second floor of Cerulean Cave.
Victory Road (3F) Golbat
Primeape
Arbok
Venomoth
Rhydon
Rhydon
Arbok
Venomoth
Venomoth
Venomoth
45
46
44
45
46
46
48
44
46
47
Machop
Geodude
Zubat
Onix
Venomoth
Onix
Graveler
Golbat
Machoke
Machoke
24
26
22
42
40
45
43
41
42
45
*The available Pokémon were completely changed, and the levels were lowered quite a bit.
Diglett's Cave / / Diglett
Diglett
Diglett
Diglett
Diglett
Diglett
Diglett
Diglett
Dugtrio
Dugtrio
18
19
17
20
16
15
21
22
29
31
*Oddly enough, this dungeon's entry is missing entirely, despite being seen on early route maps.


Moreover, the end of this encounter table contains encounter data for dungeons unaccounted for in the final games:

Location Pokémon Levels Notes
League (B1F)
Land Rates: 15%
Weedle
Caterpie
Nidoran♂
Pikachu
Metapod
Kakuna
Kakuna
Metapod
Pikachu
Pikachu
54
54
51
51
52
52
52
52
50
52
*The original incarnation of the Pokémon League reveal that it once consisted of a series of throwbacks to previous dungeons. This first floor, for example, uses a duplicate of the early Viridian Forest rates. However, the levels were all raised significantly, fitting with the idea of a final dungeon.
League (B2F)
Land Rates: 15%
Zubat
Zubat
Mankey
Mankey
Ekans
Paras
Zubat
Zubat
Clefairy
Clefairy
51
52
51
50
51
52
53
54
51
53
*Uses a duplicate of the early Mt. Moon B1F and B2F rates.
League (B3F)
Land Rates: 15%
Seadra
Kingler
Cloyster
Dewgong
Ekans
Dewgong
Ekans
Cloyster
Ekans
Ekans
48
48
48
48
48
47
49
49
47
50
*Uses unique rates themed around the S.S. Anne, which in the final games has no wild Pokémon. This fits with this floor's design, and with the dungeon progression.
League (B4F)
Land Rates: 15%
Raticate
Rhyhorn
Arbok
Gastly
Diglett
Diglett
Arbok
Gastly
Gastly
Gastly
50
49
49
52
53
54
50
51
53
54
*This entry is really interesting, as in the final games it was repurposed for the first floor of Victory Road, keeping its internal name and all. This reveals that early in development, Victory Road only had two floors. The area in itself, however, is themed around Rock Tunnel.
League (B5F)
Land Rates: 25%
Gastly
Haunter
Vulpix
Cubone
Haunter
Gastly
Cubone
Haunter
Gastly
Gastly
52
50
53
49
51
51
50
52
53
54
*Uses a duplicate of the early Pokémon Tower rates.
League (B6F)
Land Rates: 25%
Muk
Electrode
Poliwhirl
Magneton
Poliwhirl
Magneton
Muk
Electrode
Magneton
Magneton
48
48
48
48
49
49
49
49
50
47
*Uses unique rates themed around the Rocket Hideout, which in the final games has no wild Pokémon. This fits with this floor's design, and with the dungeon progression.
League (B7F)
Land Rates: 25%
Lickitung
Marowak
Kangaskhan
Marowak
Tangela
Lickitung
Tangela
Kangaskhan
Rhyhorn
Chansey
52
51
51
50
51
51
52
50
52
55
*Uses an even earlier version of the Safari Zone rates, given the similar Pokémon selection and the fact that the corresponding map is based after the Safari Zone.
League (B8F)
Land Rates: 25%
Kadabra
Hypno
Machoke
Abra
Machop
Machop
Machoke
Abra
Abra
Abra
50
50
50
55
55
54
51
54
53
56
*Uses an even earlier version of the Pokémon Mansion rates, given the similar Pokémon selection and the fact that the corresponding map is based after the Pokémon Mansion.
Silph 2 (6F - Land)
Land Rates: 25%
Rhydon
Slowbro
Magneton
Ninetales
Tentacruel
Ninetales
Magneton
Tentacruel
Snorlax
Mewtwo
57
57
57
57
57
58
58
57
60
61
*Two really interesting entries to conclude this file! Leaked internal data reveals that Silph Co. once featured a secondary dungeon, which acted as a gauntlet where the player would have to defeat trainers as they ascend. The fact this is the only floor with wild encounters seems to infer that it was the final floor, which, while missing from the leaks, was seemingly a sort of artificial wild area built indoors. Most shocking of all is that Mewtwo is listed a regular encounter, who in the final games was turned into a static encounter in the Cerulean Cave.
Silph 2 (6F - Water)
Water Rates: 15%
Dewgong
Tentacruel
Cloyster
Dewgong
Starmie
Tentacruel
Starmie
Cloyster
Starmie
Starmie
57
57
58
58
56
57
57
58
59
56

Cry Index Internal Names

Found within MVOICE.H and MVOICE.DAT are the internal names for the various "default" Pokémon cries, also known as "base cries". According to the source code, they are internally named as follows:

Number Name Sound Used by Base for Notes
00 earthtron
None None Name is an alternate romanization of Arstron, a kaiju from the Ultraman series. This unused cry remained in the data all the way up to Pokémon Crystal, where it still ended up unused.
01 hariusagi
Nidoran♂ MissingNo. (83)
Sandshrew
Sandslash
Nidorino
All cry-less MissingNo.s
Name translates to "needle rabbit" in Japanese, a simple yet fitting description of Nidoran♂.
02 hariusagi@
Nidoran♀ Nidorina A variant of the Hariusagi cry type unsurprisingly used by Nidoran♀.
03 yaddon
Slowpoke None Name is an alternate romanization of Yadon, Slowpoke's Japanese name.
04 garura
Kangaskhan None Name is Kangaskhan's Japanese name.
05 cyhorne
Rhyhorn, Charizard Magmar
Charmander
Charmeleon
Name is an alternate romanization for Sihorn, Rhyhorn's Japanese name.
06 bettobeter
Grimer Snorlax Name is an alternate romanization of Betbeter, Grimer's Japanese name.
07 biriridama
None Voltorb
Electabuzz
Electrode
Name is Voltorb's Japanese name.
08 gengar
None Gengar
Muk
Name is Gengar's, whose Japanese and English names are the same.
09 fushigiso
None Marowak
Oddish
Gloom
Name is Ivysaur's Japanese name, indicating this was its original cry.
10 mycor
Nidoking Moltres
Articuno
Raichu
Name is an alternate romanization of Maiko, Nidoking's orignal name as seen in the Satoshi Tajiri manga popularity poll and the Game Center CX interview.
11 mycor@
Nidoqueen Mankey
Primeape
A variant of the Mycor cry type unsurprisingly used by Nidoqueen.
12 tamatama
Exeggcute Diglett
Doduo
Dodrio
Dugtrio
Name is Exeggcute's Japanese name.
13 beloringa
Lickitung Hitmonchan
Seel
Dewgong
Name is an alternate romanization for Beroringa, Lickitung's Japanese name.
14 nasshii
Exeggutor Drowzee
Jynx
Hypno
Name is an alternate romanization for Nassy, Exeggutor's Japanese name.
15 pip
None Pidgey
Poliwag
Ditto
MissingNo. (81)
Jigglypuff
Wigglytuff
Poliwhirl
Poliwrath
Name is an alternate romanization for Pippi, Clefairy's Japanese name, indicating this was its original cry.
16 gyace
None Ivysaur
Dragonite
Pikachu
Dratini
Dragonair
MissingNo. (94)
MissingNo. (95)
MissingNo. (137)
Bulbasaur
Venusaur
Name is the early name of Gyaoon, a scrapped Pokémon originally from the Capsule Monsters era. This cry was likely intended for it, but it goes unused in the final game.
17 omom
Spearow Farfetch'd Name is Spearow's original name, as shown in the Satoshi Tajiri manga.
18 gagarth
Rhydon MissingNo. (127) Name is Rhydon's orignal name from the Capsule Monsters era.
19 monjara
Tangela Hitmonlee
Golem
Koffing
Weezing
Name is Tangela's Japanese name.
20 omega
Blastoise Kakuna
Beedrill
Name is of one of the scrapped Pokémon from the Capsule Monsters era. This cry was likely intended for it, before being reassigned.
21 caiross
Pinsir Chansey
Pidgeotto
Pidgeot
Name is an alternate romanization for Kailios, Pinsir's Japanese name.
22 wing
Arcanine Weedle Name is Arcanine's original name from the Capsule Monsters era.
23 strike
Scyther Kabuto
Caterpie
Butterfree
Goldeen
Seaking
Name is Scyther's Japanese name.
24 gyaradoss
Gyarados Onix
Arbok
Ekans
Magikarp
Name is an alternate romanization for Gyarados, whose Japanese and English names are the same.
25 shellder
Shellder Fearow
Zapdos
Kabutops
Cloyster
Name is Shellder's, whose Japanese and English names are the same.
26 karakara
Cubone Clefairy
Meowth
Horsea
Seadra
Clefable
Persian
Name is Cubone's Japanese name.
27 ambler
Tentacool Venonat
Eevee
Flareon
Jolteon
Vaporeon
Venomoth
Tentacruel
Name is Tentacool's original name from the Capsule Monsters era.
28 rapruth
Lapras None Name is an alternate romanization of Laplace, Lapras' Japanese name.
29 gouth
Gastly Kadabra
Magneton
Metapod
Haunter
Abra
Alakazam
Magnemite
Name is an alternate romanization of Ghos, Gastly's Japanese name.
30 karabatheo
MissingNo. (181) Tauros
MissingNo. (69)
Zubat
Golbat
Squirtle
Wartortle
Name is an alternate romanization of Caravaggio, Blastoise's orignal name from the Capsule Monsters era. A strikingly similar cry (albeit a bit slower, and down-pitched) would later be used for Crobat in Pokémon Gold and Silver.
31 mimi
Starmie Mew
Staryu
Parasect
Paras
Mewtwo
Name is Staryu's original name from the Capsule Monsters era. This was likely its original cry, before being assigned to Starmie.
32 yaddohogera
Slowbro Growlithe
Machoke
Omanyte
Omastar
Machop
Machamp
Name is composed of "Yaddon" (Slowpoke) and "hogera", thus basically translating into the placeholder name "Yado-whatever". Clearly intended for Slowbro, whose final Japanese name is Yadoran.
33 No34
None Mr. Mime
Krabby
Kingler
"Number 34" corresponds to Onix internally. This could mean that this might have been its original cry, or that the Pokémon it was created for was eventually overwritten by Onix, therefore leaving the cry unused.
34 No36
None Psyduck
Golduck
Bellsprout
Same as Onix's case, but in this case, "Number 36" corresponds to Pidgey.
35 dog
Rattata MissingNo. (79)
Raticate
May have been originally intended for Growlithe, which is nearby in the index list and is basically called "Guard doggie" in Japanese. Interestingly, the earliest user of this cry in the internal list is a fish-like MissingNo. that was ultimately scrapped. However, this MissingNo. doesn't use the "original" cry. In the final game, this cry was instead assigned to Rattata.
36 kingthaurus
None Aerodactyl
Vileplume
Name appears to be based on Kingsaurus III, a kaiju from the Ultraman series.
37 sutegon
Graveler Vulpix
Ninetales
Geodude
Name is an alternate romanization of Stegon, yet another Ultraman series kaiju.
38 eleking
Ponyta Rapidash
Porygon
Weepinbell
Victreebel
Eleking is, once again, an Ultraman series kaiju.

The presence of Ultraman kaiju can easily be explained by the developers being avid fans of the series.

(Source: Helix Chamber and Retro Game Mechanics Explained)