In Pokemon Crystal Lugia is located in the Whirlpool Islands, between Cianwood Island and Olivine City. You need a Silver Wing to make it appear, which is obtained by talking to an old man in eastern Pewter City in Kanto.
The Power Plant is located in the middle of Route 10—you have to go through the Rock Tunnel, then up Route 10 to the water, where you can Surf back down Route 10 to the building below the Rock Tunnel exit.
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Pokémon Crystal Version (Pocket Monsters: Crystal Version) is the third and final Generation II core series game for Game Boy Color. It was released as a solitary version to Pokémon Gold and Silver, which were released one year before. It was released in Japan on December 14, 2000, in North America on July 29, 2001, and in Europe on November 2, 2001.
It featured various fixes and some new additions, most notably the introduction of the option to play as a girl. It takes place in the region of Johto like Gold and Silver, with access to Kanto granted later in the game, with the player’s starting town being New Bark Town.
The player is called to Professor Elm’s lab to run an errand. He provides the player with one of three Pokémon: Chikorita, Cyndaquil, or Totodile to help them get to Mr. Pokémon’s house. The player meets Kanto’s own Professor Oak during the errand for Elm. Oak, convinced that the player has started their own Pokémon journey, gives them a Pokédex. On the way back, the player is attacked by a spiteful and mysterious Pokémon Trainer.
Upon the player’s return to New Bark Town, they are informed that someone has broken into Professor Elm’s lab and has stolen a Pokémon, the same Pokémon that the Trainer from earlier battled with (the Pokémon that the player’s starter is weak against); even more so, that very same Trainer fits the description of the Pokémon thief. This Trainer will become the player’s rival for the course of the game, having several conflicts with the player as to what it means to be the world’s greatest Pokémon Trainer.
Japan: December 14, 2000
Game Boy Color
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