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Walk into the Grass And Press SELECT just as you reach an encounter... well you could just hold it down while in the grass. I figured out that the pokemon were counted in hexidecimal and not just decimal... anyway just fill in the missing space (***) with the three numbers following the equal sign after the pokemons name.

94000130 fffb0000 d500000 00000*** b2101d40 00000 c00000 00000b d700000 000233ec dc00000 000006 d200000 00000

Bulbasaure=001
Ivesaure=002
Venasaure=003
Charmander=004
Charmeleon=005
Charazard=006
Squirtle=007
Warturtle=008
Blastoise=009
Caterpie=00a
Metapod=00b
Butterfree=00c
Weedle=00d
Kakuna=00e
Beedrill=00f
Pidgey=010
Pidgeyotto=011 pidgeot=012 Rattata=013
Raticate=14
Spearow=015
Fearow=016
Ekans=017
Arbok=018
Pikachu=019
Raichu=01a
Sandshrew=01b
Sandslash=01c
Nidoran-F=01d
Nidorina=01e
Nidoqueen=01f
Nidoran-M=020
Didorino=021
Nidoking=022
Clefairy=023
Clefable=024
Vulpix=025
Ninetales=026
Jigglypuff=027
Wigglytuff=028
Zubat=029
Golbat=02a
Oddish=02b
Gloom=02c
Vileplume=02d
Paras=02e
Parasect=02f
Venonat=030
Venomoth=031
Diglett=032
Dugtrio=033
Meowth=034
Persain=035
Psyduck=036
Golduck=037
Mankey=038
Primeape=039
Growlithe=03a
Arcanine=03b
Poliwag=03c
Poliwhirl=03d
Poliwrath=03e
Abra=03f
Kadabra=040
Alakazam=041
Machop=042
Machoke=043
Machamp=044
Bellsprout=045
Weepinbell=046
Victreebell=047
Tentacool=048
Tentacruel=049
Geodude=04a
Graveler=04b
Golem=04c
Ponyta=04d
Rapidash=04e
Slowpoke=04f
Slowbro=050
Magnemite=051
Magneton=052
Farfetch'd=053
Doduo=054
Dodrio=055
Seel=056
Dewgong=57
Grimer=058
Muk=059
Shellder=05a
Cloyster=05b
Gastly=05c
Haunter=05d
Gengar=05e
Onix=05f
Drowzee=060
Hypno=061
Krabby=062
Kingler=063
Coltorb=064
Electrode=065
Exeggcute=066
Exeggutor=067
Cubone=068
Marowak=069
Hitmonlee=06a
Hitmonchan=06b…...

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