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This page lists cut content from Pokémon Gold and Silver games. The content has appeared in the beta version of the games, but was scrapped out or changed.

Pokédex

Dex number English name Japanese name Type Front sprite Back sprite Notes
#152 Leaf Happa Grass
OldChikoritaFrontSprite
OldChikoritaBackSprite
Name changed to Chikorita in final version.
#153 Blossomole Hanamogura Grass
BlossomoleFrontSprite
BlossomoleBack
Early design of Bayleef.
#154 Blossomite Hanaryuu Grass
OldMeganiumFrontSprite
OldMeganiumBackSprite
Name changed to Meganium in final version.
#155 Flambear Honoguma Fire
FlambearFront
FlambearBack
Starter Pokémon. Replaced by Cyndaquil.
#156 Volbear Borubea Fire
VolbearFront
VolbearBack
Evolution of Flamebear. Replaced by Quilava.
#157 Dynabear Dainabea Fire
DynabearFront
DynabearBack
Evolution of Volbear. Replaced by Typhlosion.
#158 Cruz Kurusu Water
CruzFront
CruzBack
Starter Pokémon. Replaced by Totodile.

Is commonly thought to be an early version of Popplio.

#159 Aqua Akua Water
AquaFront
AquaBack
Evolution of Cruz. Replaced by Croconaw.

Is commonly thought to be an early version of Brionne.

#160 Aquaria Akueria Water
AquariaFront
AquariaBack
Evolution of Aqua. Replaced by Feraligatr.

Is commonly thought to be an early version of Primarina.

#161 Hoothoot Ho-Ho Flying
OldHoothootFrontSprite
OldHoothootBackSprite
Keeps original name. Design is slightly changed in final version.
#162 Hoohoo Bo-Bo Flying
HoohooFront
HoohooBack
Early design of Noctowl.
#163 Baaspark Pachimee Electric
OldMareepFrontSprite
OldMareepBackSprite
Name changed to Mareep and is no longer pink in final version.
#164 Flaaffy Mokoko Electric
OldFlaaffyFrontSprite
OldFlaaffyBackSprite
Keeps original name and design.
#165 Ampharos Denryuu Electric
OldAmpharosFrontSprite
OldAmpharosBackSprite
Keeps original name and design.
#166 Trifox Mikon Fire
TrifoxFront
TrifoxBack
Baby Form of Vulpix first used in Red and Green beta.
#167 Tangel Monja Grass
TangelFront
TangelBack
Baby Form of Tangela.
#168 Gelanla Jaranra Grass
GelanlaFront
GelanlaBack
Evolution of Tangela. Later reworked into Tangrowth.
#169 Rayleep Haneei Water/Flying
RayleepFront
RayleepBack
Early design of Mantine.
#170 Babul Puku Water
OldQwilfishFrontSprite
OldQwilfishBackSprite
Keeps original design. Name changed to Qwilfish in final version.
#171 Numpuff Shibirefugu Water
NumpuffFront
NumpuffBack
Evolution of Qwilfish.
#172 Pichu Pichu Electric
OldPichuFrontSprite
OldPichuBackSprite
Keeps original name. Design is slightly changed in final version.
#173 Cleffa Pii Normal
OldCleffaFrontSprite
OldCleffaBackSprite
Keeps original name. Design is slightly changed in final version.
#174 Igglybuff Pupurin Normal
OldIgglybuffFrontSprite
OldIgglybuffBackSprite
Keeps original name. Design is slightly changed in final version.
#175 Lanceffish Mizuo Water
LanceffishFront
LanceffishBack
Early design of Quagsire. Does not have a pre-evolution, suggesting Wooper was designed later in development.
#176 Natu Neiti Flying/Psychic
OldNatuFrontSprite
OldNatuBackSprite
Keeps original name and design, though it is not brown in the final version.
#177 Xatu Neitio Flying/Psychic
OldXatuBackSprite
OldXatuBackSprite-0
Keeps original name, though it is not brown in the final version. Design is slightly changed in final version.
#178 Golppy Gyopin Water
GolppyFront
GolppyBack
Baby Form of Goldeen first used in Red and Green beta.
#179 Marill Mariru Water
OldMarillFrontSprite
OldMarillBackSprite
Keeps original name. Design is slightly changed in final version and is no longer pink.
#180 Sunmola Manbo Water
SunmolaFront
SunmolaBack
A fish-like Pokémon that shares traits with an anglerfish. May have been an influence for (or possibly an early version of) Alomomola, as this Pokémon's Japanese name can be found in Alomomola's (Mamanbo) and both share similar English names.
#181 Anchorage Ikari Water/Steel
AnchorageFront
AnchorageBack
Evolution of Sunmola. A shark-like Pokémon with an anchor tail. Body may have been reworked into Sharpedo.
#182 Grotess Gurotesu Water/Steel
GrotessFront
GrotessBack
Evolution of Anchorgae. An eel-like Pokémon that shares traits with anglerfish and gulper eels. Could have been reworked into Huntail, while the lure may have been repurposed for Lanturn.
#183 Ecksing Ekushingu Poison/Flying
OldCrobatFrontSprite
OldCrobatBackSprite
Keeps original design. Name changed to Crobat in final version.
#184 Para Same as english Bug
ParaFront
ParaBack
Baby Form of Paras.
#185 Spidette Kokumo Bug/Poison
SpidetteFront
SpidetteBack
Early design of Spinarak. The face is seen smiling instead of having a blank face in the final design. It is not purple in the final version, though its Shiny coloration shows this..
#186 Tuhedd Tsu-heddo Bug/Poison
TuheddFront
TuheddBack
Early design of Ariados. Back face is different in the final design and might have actually been alive at it is seen smiling in the front sprite and frowning in the back spirte. Head is also different with smaller eyes and two horns instead of the single one in the final design. It is not purple in the final version, though its Shiny coloration shows this.
#187 Armorawk Yoroidori Steel/Flying
OldSkarmoryFrontSprite
OldSkarmoryBackSprite
Keeps original design. Name changed to Skarmory in final version.
#188 Animon Animon Normal
AnimonFront
AnimonBack
Evolution of Ditto.
#189 Chiks Hina-zu Normal/Flying
ChiksFront
ChiksBack
Baby Form of Doduo.
#190 Sunnee Sani Grass/Psychic
SunneeFront
SunneeBack
Early design of Sunflora.
#191 Trunpet Paon Ground
TrunpetFront
TrunpetBack
Early design of Phanpy.
#192 Donphan Same as English Ground
OldDonphanFrontSprite
OldDonphanBackSprite
Keeps original name and design. It is not brown in the final version, though this coloration slightly resembles its shiny variant.
#193 Twinz Tsuinzu Normal/Dark
TwinzFront
TwinzBack
Two ghost-like Pokémon that share a tail. Telling from the design and typing, it could have been an early pre-evolution of Girafarig.
#194 Girafarig Kirinriki Normal/Dark
OldGirafarigFrontSprite
OldGirafarigBackSprite
Keeps original name. Design is slightly changed in final version.
#195 Paintern Peinta Normal
OldSmeargleFrontSprite
OldSmeargleBackSprite
Keeps original design. Name changed to Smeargle in final version.
#196 Meowsy Konya Normal
MeowsyFront
MeowsyBack
Baby Form of Meowth.
#197 Rinring Rinrin Dark
RinringFront
RinringBack
A black cat-like Pokémon with a headdress, collar and tail which all consist of bells. Slightly resembles Glameow.
#198 Bellboyant Berurun Dark
BellboyantFront
BellboyantBack
A panther-like Pokémon that has a cowbell for a tail and a crescent on its head.
#199 Politoed Nyorotono Water
OldPolitoedFrontSprite
OldPolitoedBackSprite
Keeps original name. Design is slightly changed in final version.
#200 Slowking Yadokingu Water/Psychic
OldSlowkingFrontSprite
OldSlowkingBackSprite
Keeps original name and design.
#201 Unown Annon Normal
OldUnownFrontSprite
OldUnownBackSprite
Keeps original name and design.
#202 Ledyba Rediba Bug/Flying
OldLedybaFrontSprite
OldLedybaBackSprite
Keeps original name and design, though it is not green in the final version.
#203 Tripstar Mitsuboshi Bug/Flying
TripstarFront
TripstarBack
Early design of Ledian. Explains the species name of Ledyba and Ledian, being called the "Five Star Pokémon" despite not relating to stars.
#204 Minicorn Puchiko Normal
MinicornFront
MinicornBack
Baby Form of Ponyta first used in Red and Green beta.
#205 Espeon E-fi Psychic
OldEspeonFrontSprite
OldEspeonBackSprite
Keeps original name. Design is slightly changed in the final version. It is not yellow in the final version.
#206 Umbreon Burakki Poison
OldUmbreonFrontSprite
OldUmbreonBackSprite
Keeps original name and design.
#207 Turbann Ta-ban Water
TurbannFront
TurbannBack
A Pokémon that simply resembles the shell of Slowbro/Slowking. However, it has no relation to their evolutionary lines or to Shellder/Cloyster's either.
#208 Grimey Betobebi Poison
GrimeyFront
GrimeyBack
Baby Form of Grimer.
#209 Remoraid Teppoo Water
OldRemoraidFrontSprite
OldRemoraidBackSprite
Keeps original name. Design is slightly changed in final version.
#210 Octillery Okutan Water
OldOctilleryFrontSprite
OldOctilleryBackSprite
Keeps original name. Design is slightly changed in final version.
#211 Gohng Gongu Fighting
GohngFront
GohngBack
Early design of Tyrogue.
#212 Hitmontop Kapoera Fighting
OldHitmontopFrontSprite
OldHitmontopBackSprite
Keeps original name. Design is slightly changed in final version.
#213 Puddi Pudei Fire
PuddiFront
PuddiBack
Baby Form of Growlithe.
#214 Lefmew Haneko Grass/Flying
LefmewFront
LefmewBack
Early design of Hoppip. Design in slightly changed in the final version and it is not black in the final version.
#215 Dandemew Popneko Grass/Flying
DandemewFront
DandemewBack
Early design of Skiploom. Design in slightly changed in the final version and it is not yellow in the final version.
#216 Cottomew Wataneko Grass/Flying
CottomewFront
CottomewBack
Early design of Jumpluff. Design in slightly changed in the final version and it is not pink in the final version.
#217 Ballerine Bariri-na Normal
BallerineFront
BallerineBack
Baby Form of Mr. Mime. Later reworked into Mime Jr.
#218 Lipp Rippu Ice
LippFront
LippBack
Early design of Smoochum. Name changed in final version.
#219 Elebabee Erebebi Electric
ElebabeeFront
ElebabeeBack
Early design of Elekid.
#220 Magby Bubii Fire
OldMagbyFrontSprite
OldMagbyBackSprite
Keeps original name. Design is slightly changed in final version.
#221 Bellossom Kireihana Grass/Poison
OldBellossomFrontSprite
OldBellossomBackSprite
Keeps original name. Design and type are slightly changed in final version. This design coincides with its early artwork of Bellossom having darker skin, though this was rejected due to racial controversy. It does not have purple leaves or flower in the final version.
#222 Belmitt Tsubomitto Grass/Poison
BelmittFront
BelmittBack
Split evolution of Weepinbell.
#223 Miltank Mirutanku Normal
OldMiltankFrontSprite
OldMiltankBackSprite
Keeps original name and design.
#224 Bomseel Bomushika Water/Fire
BomseelFront
BomseelBack
A seal-like Pokémon with a flaming bomb balanced on its nose.
#225 Ghift Gifuto Water/Ice
GhiftFront
GhiftBack
Early design of Delibird.
#226 Tigrette Kotora Electric
TigretteFront
TigretteBack
A tiger cub-like Pokémon first used in Red and Green beta.
#227 Electiger Raitora Electric
ElectigerFront
ElectigerBack
A tiger-like Pokémon first used in Red and Green beta.
#228 Madame Mada-mu Normal/Flying
MadameFront
MadameBack
Evolution of Farfetch'd. A later evolution to Farfetch'd (though, only in its Galarian Form ) would be revealed through Sirfetch'd which slightly resembles Madame, though Sirfetch'd is not brown unlike this design.
#229 Kurstraw Norowara Ghost
KurstrawFront
KurstrawBack
A voodoo doll-like Pokémon. It has the lowest level to evolve, as it evolves into Pangshi at Level 1.
#230 Pangshi Kyonpan Ghost
PangshiFront
PangshiBack
Evolution of Kurstraw. A panda-like Pokémon that also resembles a Jiangshi.
#231 Murkrow Yamikarasu Dark/Flying
OldMurkrowFrontSprite
OldMurkrowBackSprite
Keeps original name. Design is slightly changed in final version.
#232 Happi Happi Normal
HappiFront
HappiBack
Early design of Blissey.
#233 Scizors Shiza-Su Bug/Flying
ScizorsFront
ScizorsBack
Early design of Scizor. Slightly different type. It is not green in the final version.
#234 Plux Purakkusu Bug
PluxFront
PluxBack
Evolution of Pinsir.
#235 Devull Derubiru Fire
OldHoundourFrontSprite
OldHoundourBackSprite
Keeps original design. Name changed to Houndour in final version.
#236 Houndoom Heruga Fire
OldHoundoomFrontSprite
OldHoundoomBackSprite
Keeps original name and design.
#237 Wolfman Urufuman Ice
WolfmanFront
WolfmanBack
A snowman/wolf-like Pokémon with shaggy hair and two glowing eyes sticking out of a wolf-coats mouth.
#238 Warwolf Wa-urufu Ice
WarwolfFront
WarwolfBack
A snowman/wolf-like Pokémon with a giant wolf-coat. It has two eyes sticking out of the mouth and sharp claws.
#239 Porygon2 Same as English Normal
OldPorygon2FrontSprite
OldPorygon2BackSprite
Keeps original name. Design drastically changed in final version.
#240 Likk Name-ru Normal
LikkFront
LikkBack
Evolution of Lickitung. Later reworked into Lickilicky.
#241 Steelix Haganeru Steel/Ground
OldSteelixFrontSprite
OldSteelixBackSprite
Keeps original name and design.
#242 Kingdra Kingudora Dragon/Water
OldKingdraFrontSprite
OldKingdraBackSprite
Keeps original name. Design slightly changed in final version.
#243 Rai Same as English Electric
RaiFront
RaiBack
Early design of Raikou.
#244 En Same as English Fire
EnFront
EnBack
Early design of Entei.
#245 Sui Same as English Water
SuiFront
SuiBack
Early design of Suicune.
#246 Sneasel Nyura Dark
OldSneaselFrontSprite
OldSneaselBackSprite
Keeps original name. Design is drastically changed in final version. Though Sneasel is considered a normal Pokémon in the final version, it is located with the Legendaries as if it were one too.
#247 Ho-Oh Hoo Flying
OldHoOhFrontSprite
OldHoOhBackSprite
Keeps original name and design. 
#248 Togepi Togepi Normal
OldTogepiFrontSprite
OldTogepiBackSprite
Keeps original name and design. Though Togepi is considered a normal Pokémon in the final version, it is located below the Legendaries, signifying that it may have been intended to be a Mythical Pokémon.
#249 Snubbull Buru Psychic
OldSnubbullFrontSprite
OldSnubbullBackSprite
Keeps original name and design. Though Snubbull is considered a normal Pokémon in the final version, it is located below the Legendaries, signifying that it may have been intended to be a Mythical Pokémon.
#250 Tael Teiru Normal
TaelFront
TaelBack
Early design of Aipom. Though Aipom is considered a normal Pokémon in the final version, it is located below the Legendaries, signifying that it may have been intended to be a Mythical Pokémon.
#251 Leafeo Ri-fui Grass
LeafeoFront
LeafeoBack
Evolution of Eevee. Telling by design and name, it is obvious this was an early Leafeon.

Moves

English name Japanese name Type Damage Accuracy PP Description Notes
Nail ??? Ghost 40 100% 10 A move that damages the foe every turn. Works differently on ghost Pokémon. Works the same as the move Curse.
Coin Hurl ??? Normal 40 100% 20 Attacks using money. The richer the owner, the stronger the attack. Similar to the move Pay Day.
Synchronize ??? Psychic 0 100% 10 While synchronized, the foe takes the same damage as the user. Similar to the move Endeavor. Has the name of the ability of the same name.
Bone Lock ??? Ground 25 100% 10 An attack that

hits 2-5 times.

Possibly another move exclusive to Cubone and Marowak.
Stalker ??? Psychic 0 100% 10 Prevents fleeing or switching. This also confuses the foe. Similar to Mean Look.
Bell Chime ??? Normal 0 100% 10 Eliminates all

status problems.

Similar to the move Haze, but instead, it removes negative stat changes and not good ones.
Megaphone ??? Normal 0 85% 40 Throws the foe off with a loud noise which lowers its Special Attack stat.
Tempt ??? Normal 0 100% 10 Reduces the foe's evasiveness by distracting it with bait.
Rock Head ??? Rock 90 100% 10 Attacks using the user's hard head. May cause the foe to flinch. Rock Head later made a comeback and was introduced in Generation III.
Cross Cutter ??? Bug 50 100% 10 Attacks using crossed claws. Has a high critical hit ratio.
Uproot ??? Normal 30 100% 10 Grabs the foe and flings it for massive damage.

Has increased priority.

Wind Ride ??? Flying 40 100% 10 Supported by the wind, the user rams into the foe. Has a high critical hit ratio.
Water Sport ??? Water 30 100% 10 N/A Water Sport later made a comeback and was introduced in Generation III.
Strong Arm ??? Steel 30 100% 10 Attack's with a burly arm. May raise the user's Attack stat.
Bright Moss ??? Grass 0 100% 10 Raises the accuracy of moves by lighting up the surroudings.
Bounce ??? Water 0 100% 10 Has no effect whatsoever. Has the same effect and description of Splash. Bounce later made a comeback and was introduced in Generation III.

Items

English name Japanese name Description Notes
Town Map ??? No description available. The map was used simply for looking where the player was and at what time.
Pokéflute ??? No description available. The item can be used in battle to wake up any sleeping Pokémon in battle.
Mystical Petal ??? Weakens Grass attacks when held by a Pokémon.
White Feather ??? Weakens Flying attacks when held by a Pokémon.
Confuse Claw ??? Damages the foe a little before battle.
Steel Shell ??? Raises the holders Defense stat by 10.
Up-Grade ??? Raises all of the holders stats by 5.
Strange Thread ??? Raises the evasion of foes attacks.
Big Leaf ??? Powers up Grass attacks when held by a Pokémon.
Quick Needle ??? Raises the priority of moves.
Sharp Stone ??? Powers up Rock attacks when held by a Pokémon.
Black Feather ??? Powers up Flying attacks when held by a Pokémon. Same effect as the Sharp Beak.
Sharp Fang ??? Powers up Normal attacks when held by a Pokémon.
Snakeskin ??? Prevents poisoning.
Electric Pouch ??? Weakens Electric attacks when held by a Pokémon.
Toxic Needle ??? Powers up Poison attacks when held by a Pokémon. Same effect as the Poison Barb.
Strange Power ??? Renders all type effects ineffective.
Life Tag ??? Restores all health of a fainted Pokémon after battle. Same effect as Max Revive.
Poison Fang ??? Powers up Poison attacks when held by a Pokémon. Same effect as the Poison Barb.
Dragon Fang ??? Powers up Dragon attacks when held by a Pokémon.
Digging Claw ??? Allows the use of Dig outside of battle.
Berserk Gene ??? Held item by Mewtwo. Even though Mewtwo can be obtained in Generation I and II, the official games make it hold either nothing or make it hold a Bright Powder (during events), so this item is useless.
Miracle Berry ??? Held item by Mew. Despite being in the TCG and supposedly being held out at events, this item doesn't seem to exist in the final game. It is replaced by the Lum Berry in Generation III.
Rare Berry ??? Held item by Pichu. Pichu can not be found in the wild, so this item is useless.
Mystery Berry ??? Held item by Cleffa. Cleffa can not be found in the wild, so this item is useless.
Ice Berry ??? Held item by Smoochum. Smoochum can not be found in the wild, so this item is useless.
Burnt Berry ??? Held item by Magby. Magby can not be found in the wild, so this item is useless.
Heart Stone ??? If given to a certain Pokémon, it will evolve it. If given to Eevee, it evolves into Espeon.

If given to Natu, it evolves into Xatu.

If given to Poliwhirl, it evolves into Politoed.

Poison Stone ??? If given to a certain Pokémon, it will evolve it, If given to Eevee, it evolves into Umbreon.

If given to Gloom, it evolves into Bellossom.

If given to Weepinbell, it evolves into Belmitt.

Trivia

  • Instead of getting their own unique coloration like in the final game, all of the Shiny Pokémon get recolors depending on their color palette.
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