So I was at Savers the other day, and there was a Pokémon book that stood out to me: Pokémon Gold/Silver: Pathways to Adventure by Jason R. Rich (writer of articles in magazines such as "Gay City News"), which was a relic all the way from November 2000. Back 13 years ago this was $9.99 — now it was discounted to $1.99. I didn't know this existed, so I had to buy this, and I knew I'd review it! And it's even an "Official Nintendo Licensed Product". It was published by Sybex, which no longer exists if you try to go on their website.
|"First out was a level 18 Clefairy, followed by a level 20 normal-type Pokémon" (45). "The tree turned out to be a wild, rock-type Pokémon" (48).|
|"Jasmine had three steel-type Pokémon, including two level 30 Magnemite and an oversized, steel-type Pokémon" (67).|
|"Psychic Richard challenged Taylor using a level 36 psychic-type Pokémon. [...] The gray creature with two tails launched a Psybeam as a counter-attack" (118).|