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Basic Controls

Hotkeys

Arrow keys / WASD Move
Space bar Interact with NPCs or objects, Cut small trees, Surf on water
Enter Chat
M Open / Close Map
P Open / Close Pokédex
I Open / Close Inventory
C Open / Close Clan interface
B Ride / Unride Bike (works only if you have one)
F Start / Stop Fishing (need to be facing the water), the best rod will be chosen automatically
TAB Automatically write into the chatbox in PM form, the name of the last person you send a PM (Private Message) to
ALT Automatically write into the chatbox in PM form, the name of the last person who PM you


Gameplay Tips

To re-order your Pokémon The list of Pokémon that are currently in you party is shown at the top of the screen. To re-order them, click and hold your chosen Pokémon's image icon, then drag it over to the position of the other Pokémon's image icon that you wanted to exchange with.
To find out the stats, moves and other info of a Pokémon in your party Move your mouse over the name, HP bar or EXP bar of your chosen Pokémon, the box should be highlighted. Click on it and the Pokémon Summary will be shown
To re-order the moves of your Pokémon Open Pokémon Summary and click on the 'Moves' tab. Each row will show the name of the move and number 1 to 4. To set a move as order 3, click on the number 3 and the list will rea
To give a hold item to a Pokémon Open Pokémon Summary of the chosen Pokémon and Inventory, click and hold the item to be given and drag it to the small box underneath EXP bar in the Pokémon Summary
To move Pokémon between your party and Pokémon Storage Go to a Pokécenter, press 'Spacebar' while facing the computer in the top right corner to open Pokémon Storage. To move from your party into storage, drag the Pokémon image icon at the top of the screen onto the storage screen. To move from storage to your party, make sure you have a free space in your party (Maximum 5 Pokémon in the current party list to perform a successful move), then drag the Pokémon image icon from the storage to anywhere outside of it
To access the Pokémon Summary of a Pokémon inside the Storage Go to a Pokécenter, press 'Spacebar' while facing the computer in the top right corner to open Pokémon Storage. Double-click on a Pokémon image icon
To teach a HM or TM to a Pokémon in your party Open Inventory and double-click on the HM or TM, then move your mouse over the name, HP bar or EXP bar of your chosen Pokémon, the box should be highlighted. Clicking on it will result in a moveset box popping up, asking which moves to forget (This will works only if the chosen Pokémon is able to learn the selected HM or TM).
To use a usable item (Potions, Revives etc.) on a Pokémon in your party Open the Inventory and double-click on the item to be used. Mouse over the name, HP bar or EXP bar of your chosen Pokémon and the box should be highlighted, then click it.
To cut a small tree One Pokémon in your party should have learn the HM Cut, press 'Spacebar' while facing the small tree to cut it
To surf in the water One Pokémon in your party should have learn the HM Surf, press 'Spacebar' when facing the water to surf
To start fishing With at least one fishing rod in the inventory, face the water and press 'F'. The best rod will be chosen automatically. Fishing will continue even after you have encountered a wild Pokémon, unless you move or press 'F' again.
How to use Global Marketplace Go to a Pokémart and speak to the shopkeeper, then choose Global Marketplace to open the interface. To look for items or Pokémon, either click on the 'Auctions' or 'Buy' tab and type the name of the item you are looking for in the search bar. For Pokémon, you could add '-nature' at the end of a search to get results of Pokémon with that nature, ie: "haunter -sassy". You could also view the Pokémon Summary by double-clicking anywhere in the row. To sell items or Pokémon, simply use the 'Sell' tab and follow the instructions.


Basic Commands

  • To perform the following commands, simply type it into the chatbox and press 'Enter'.
  • For those commands with (), simply remove those brackets and replace the needed content inside.
/help Show the list of commands available
/faq Open the forum FAQ thread in a new tab
/pokemon Show the list of Pokémon found and their rarities in your current area
@(username) (message) Send a private message to the intended user
/trade (username) Send a trade request to the intended user
/battle (username) Send a battle request to the intended user
/setbattle (level) (username) Send a battle request to the intended user, with the Pokémon level limited
/exp The total amount of experience gained from your first day
/weeklyexp The amount of experience gained in this week
/createchat (chat name) Creating a new chat for group conversation
/chatinvite (username) Inviting the intended user to join the chat you have created
/chatmembers A list of members currently in your chat
/leavechat Leave the chat that you have joined which is not created by you
/disbandchat Destroy the chat that you have created earlier
/pp The amount of Philanthropist points you have
/altar The current amount of money accumulated in Altar
/pvppoints The total amount of PVP points you have
/weeklypvppoints The amount of PVP points you have for the current week
/disableplayers Hide all players on the map (To show players again, refresh the browser)
/time Get the server time
/patchnotes Open the forum patch notes thread in a new tab


Kanto and Sevii Islands Walkthrough

Introduction

After logging into your account and starting the game for the first time, you will be asked to customized your character, for example, male or female character, eye colour, hairstyle etc.


Pallet Town

Kanto Pallet Town Map

Pallet Town

Once you have completed customizing your character, you will start your journey in Hero House of Pallet Town, which is located on the upper left corner of the map. Go downstairs and exit the house, then head for the biggest building, Oaks Lab, on the lower right corner.

Speak with Professor Oak by facing him, then press Spacebar and he will ask you to choose one Pokémon to start your journey with (You can speak with all other NPCs later on in the same way). 3 Poké Balls are available on the table to your right. Press Spacebar while facing a Poké Ball will show you the picture of the Pokémon that is in that Poké Ball. You can choose between three Pokémon, the Fire-type Charmander, the Water-type Squirtle or the Grass-type Bulbasaur. After choosing one, go out of Oaks Lab and head north to Route 1.

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Pokemon Bulbasaur Bulbasaur Pokemon Charmander Charmander Pokemon Squirtle Squirtle
Bulbasaur is a Grass/Poison-type Pokémon and is the least popular. It will evolve into Ivysaur at level 16, later on to Venusaur at level 32. Bulbasaur and its evolutions are balanced in offense as well as defense.

It learns some useful moves in its early stage, such as Leech Seed at level 7, Vine Whip at level 9 and Sleep Powder at level 13. For Ivysaur, Razor Leaf will be learnt at level 20 and the powerful Double-edge at level 31. Upon evolving into Venusaur, it will learn its best Special move, Petal Dance, at level 32, Synthesis at level 45 and its best Physical move, Petal Blizzard, at level 50.

Bulbasaur holds a type advantage against the first 3 gym leaders, Brock, Misty and Lt Surge, as well as the last, Giovanni. This makes it a very good choice for beginners or players who are not planning to use most of the Pokémon found earlier in Kanto. Being one of the best Pokémon of either of its types, it also has the added advantage of evolving at a lower level into its final stage than either of the other starters.


A Fire-type Pokémon, Charmander is the most popular starter. It evolves into Charmeleon at level 16, and into Charizard at level 36, gaining a secondary Flying-type. Charmander and its evolutions are offensive Pokémon, focusing on Speed, Special Attack and Attack.

Charmander learns Ember at level 7, and the very useful Dragon Rage at level 16. Charmeleon will instead learn Fire Fang at level 28 and Flame Burst at level 32. Upon evolving into Charizard, it will learn Wing Attack right away, followed by the best Special Fire-type move it will ever get, the Flamethrower at level 47. Charizard can also get the very useful Flare Blitz and Air Slash from the Move Relearner.

This Pokémon only holds a type advantage against Erika. Despite being at a disadvantage in the early game, the move Dragon Rage makes up for it, allowing it to progress with ease. Fire-type Pokémon are incredibly difficult to find, with almost all but Slugma being classified as Very Rare. Having Charmander as a starter will mean that players do not have to worry about where to find a Fire-type Pokémon.


The second most popular starter after Charmander, Squirtle is a Water-type Pokémon, evolving into Wartortle at level 16 and Blastoise at level 36. Squirtle and its evolutions are defensive Pokémon.

Useful moves such as Water Gun, Bubble and Bite can be learnt at level 7, 13 and 16 respectively. By evolving into Wartortle, it will learn Water Pulse at level 28, which should be replaced with HM03 - Surf as soon as you obtain it, and Aqua Tail at level 32. In its last evolution as Blastoise, Skull Bash will be learnt at level 39, as well as the powerful but inaccurate Hydro Pump at level 60. Blastoise can also learn Flash Cannon from the Move Relearner.

It holds a type advantage against Brock, Blaine and Giovanni, and the move Bite is very useful against Misty's Starmie. However, Kanto has plenty of good Water-type Pokémon, so it may be worth considering picking one of the other starters and catching many good alternatives later on in the game.

Show / Hide Wild Pokémon
Wild Pokémon of Level 5 - 10 are encountered here:
Pokémon Type Method Rarity Rate
Normal Member Gold Member
Pokemon Magikarp Magikarp Water Fishing Common 87.22% 80.83%
Pokemon Krabby Krabby Water Fishing Uncommon 12% 18%
Pokemon Horsea Horsea Water Fishing Rare 0.23% 0.34%
Pokemon Shellder Shellder Water Fishing Rare 0.23% 0.34%
Pokemon Kingler Kingler Water Fishing Rare 0.23% 0.34%
Pokemon Gyarados Gyarados Water Flying Fishing Very Rare 0.025% 0.038%
Pokemon Slowpoke Slowpoke Water Psychic Fishing Very Rare 0.025% 0.038%
Pokemon Staryu Staryu Water Fishing Very Rare 0.025% 0.038%
Pokemon Psyduck Psyduck Water Fishing Very Rare 0.025% 0.038%
Pokemon Tentacool Tentacool Water Poison Surfing Common 100% 100%

Route 1

Kanto Route 1 Map

Route 1

There is nothing much of interest here except to level up and catch some new Pokémon for either filling up Pokédex or for adding it into your own party. This is the first map where you will encounter wild Pokémon randomly. As the battle scene comes up, you are given 4 choices: Fight, Items, Pokémon or Run. The Pokémon moves need to chosen after decided to fight. You could also choose to use some items like Potion and Poké Ball, or call out another Pokémon if the current Pokémon has a type disadvantageous to the opponent. Last but not least, you can choose to run away from battle but it may not succeed all the time. You can run from Wild Pokémon battle but not from a battle with Pokémon Trainer. To catch a Pokémon, simply lower its health as much as possible and use the item 'Poké Ball'. Status condition like Sleep, Paralysis on the opponent may further increase the chance of catching it.

Follow the path north and you will soon arrive in Viridian City. Follow the map shown here to make navigation easier.

Show / Hide Wild Pokémon
Wild Pokémon of Level 2 - 3 are encountered here:
Pokémon Type Method Rarity Rate
Normal Member Gold Member
Pokemon Pidgey Pidgey Normal Flying Grass Common 50% 50%
Pokemon Rattata Rattata Normal Grass Common 50% 50%
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Pokemon Pidgey Pidgey Pokemon Rattata Rattata
Pidgey is a Normal/Flying-type Pokémon. It will evolve into Pidgeotto at level 18, and later on into Pidgeot at level 36. Its evolution line is balanced in offense and defense, with the evolution from Pidgeotto to Pidgeot having a huge surge in Speed.

Pidgey does not learn many good moves when leveling up, and you will be stuck with Tackle and Gust, which it learns at level 9, until you get HM02 - Fly right before you face the 4th gym leader.

It will only be useful against Erika, the fourth gym leader, so Pidgey is not recommended to keep in the party, especially since Spearow, which can be caught shortly after, is a much better alternative, learning better moves and evolving into its final stage at a lower level.


A Normal-type Pokémon, Rattata will evolve into Raticate at level 20, with both being frail and offensive Pokémon that focus on Speed and Attack stats.

Unlike Pidgey, Rattata actually learns some very good moves at an early stage: Bite at level 10, Hyper Fang at level 16 and Sucker Punch at level 19. Raticate will then learn the better version of Bite, Crunch at level 24. It can also learn the very powerful Swords Dance from the Move Relearner.

Hence, Rattata is very good Pokémon to have in your party in the early stage of the game, where its Dark-type moves can be very useful against Misty's Starmie, Erika's Exeggutor and Sabrina.

It is advised to evolve Rattata only at level 22 as it learns Crunch and Assurance at level 22 and 25 respectively, whereas Raticate need to take two more extra levels for Crunch and four more for Assurance. It is not a very big deal, but you can decide for yourself whether you would like better stats after evolution or better moves at a lower level.


Viridian City

Kanto Viridian City Map

Viridian City

If your Pokémon happens to be in low HP or have fainted from the wild Pokémon battles back in Route 1, head over to the Pokécenter, which is characterized by the red roof building. Your Pokémon will be healed by walking into the building. You can also accessed the Pokémon Storage in here by clicking Spacebar while facing the computer in the upper right corner.

There is a Pokémart and you could buy some Potions or Poké Balls. You can also accessed the Global Marketplace from here, where you can look for items and Pokémon on sales by other players.

Show / Hide Pokémart Items
Item Price
Poke Ball $100
Potion $100

A gym exists in this city, but it is locked at the moment so you will not be able to challenge it yet. Going west will take you to Route 22, where new Pokémon species are found, while going north will take you to Route 2.

Show / Hide Wild Pokémon
Wild Pokémon of Level 2 - 5 are encountered here:
Pokémon Type Method Rarity Rate
Normal Member Gold Member
Pokemon Magikarp Magikarp Water Fishing Common 87.22% 80.83%
Pokemon Poliwag Poliwag Water Fishing Uncommon 6% 9%
Pokemon Goldeen Goldeen Water Fishing Uncommon 6% 9%
Pokemon Poliwhirl Poliwhirl Water Fishing Rare 0.68% 1.02%
Pokemon Psyduck Psyduck Water Fishing Very Rare 0.033% 0.05%
Pokemon Slowpoke Slowpoke Water Psychic Fishing Very Rare 0.033% 0.05%
Pokemon Gyarados Gyarados Water Flying Fishing Very Rare 0.033% 0.05%
Pokemon Tentacool Tentacool Water Poison Surfing Common 100% 100%

Route 22

Kanto Route 22 Map

Route 22

The only thing you can do on this route for the moment is to level up your party Pokémon or catch some other new species. Once you are done, go back to Viridian City and head north to Route 2.

Show / Hide Wild Pokémon
Wild Pokémon of Level 2 - 5 are encountered here:
Pokémon Type Method Rarity Rate
Normal Member Gold Member
Pokemon Pidgey Pidgey Normal Flying Grass Common 33.11% 32.99%
Pokemon Rattata Rattata Normal Grass Common 33.11% 32.99%
Pokemon Spearow Spearow Normal Flying Grass Common 33.11% 32.99%
Pokemon Mankey Mankey Fighting Grass Rare 0.68% 1.02%
Pokemon Magikarp Magikarp Water Fishing Common 87.22% 80.83%
Pokemon Poliwag Poliwag Water Fishing Uncommon 6% 9%
Pokemon Goldeen Goldeen Water Fishing Uncommon 6% 9%
Pokemon Poliwhirl Poliwhirl Water Fishing Rare 0.34% 0.51%
Pokemon Horsea Horsea Water Fishing Rare 0.34% 0.51%
Pokemon Psyduck Psyduck Water Fishing Very Rare 0.033% 0.05%
Pokemon Slowpoke Slowpoke Water Psychic Fishing Very Rare 0.033% 0.05%
Pokemon Gyarados Gyarados Water Flying Fishing Very Rare 0.033% 0.05%
Pokemon Tentacool Tentacool Water Poison Surfing Common 99.9% 99.85%
Pokemon Psyduck Psyduck Water Surfing Very Rare 0.05% 0.075%
Pokemon Slowpoke Slowpoke Water Psychic Surfing Very Rare 0.05% 0.075%
Show / Hide Info & tips on New Pokémon encountered
Pokemon Spearow Spearow Pokemon Mankey Mankey
Spearow is a Normal/Flying-type Pokémon and evolves into Fearow at level 20. Its evolution line are frail, offensive Pokémon, focusing on Speed and Attack.

Spearow learns a couple of good moves at an early stage, like the Flying-type Peck right off the bat and Aerial Ace at level 17, which will deal a nice amount of damage until you get your hands on HM02 - Fly. Fearow, it will learn the Dark-type Assurance at level 35, and one of the best Flying-type moves, Drill Peck, at level 47. It can also learn Drill Run at the Move Relearner.

Although better than Pidgey, Spearow is still far from the ideal Pokémon, having an advantage only against the fourth gym. However, the fact that it can be found easily, evolves early, and has some really nice moves can be enough to earn a spot in your team.

Evolving into Primeape at level 28, Mankey is a Fighting-type offensive Pokémon that focus on Attack and Speed.

It already knows Low Kick when you have caught it, which is a very good move to take down heavy foes, like Brock's Onix. A nice alternative for hitting lighter foes, Karate Chop, will be learn at level 13. For a better and valuable coverage against Ghost and Psychic-type, Assurance is learnt at level 25. At level 41, Primeape will learn the inaccurate yet powerful Cross Chop. The move with high attack power, Close Combat is learnt at level 59.

It has an advantage against Brock, Lt Surge's Magnemite and Magneton and Giovanni's Kangaskhan, Onix, Rhyhorn and Rhydon. However, being the first rare Pokémon that you have come across, with an encounter rate of only 0.68%, it is your decision whether to catch one or not.


Route 2

Kanto Route 2 Map

Route 2

This route is divided into 2 sections: the East and West Segment. You will not be able to access the Eastern Segment as there are small trees blocking the path, which requires the HM Cut to remove them.

Keep on going north and into the building, being the entrance gate to Viridian Forest.

Show / Hide Wild Pokémon
Wild Pokémon of Level 2 - 5 are encountered here:
Pokémon Type Method Rarity Rate
Normal Member Gold Member
Pokemon Pidgey Pidgey Normal Flying Grass Common 44% 41%
Pokemon Rattata Rattata Normal Grass Common 44% 41%
Pokemon Caterpie Caterpie Bug Grass Uncommon 6% 9%
Pokemon Weedle Weedle Bug Poison Grass Uncommon 6% 9%
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Pokemon Caterpie Caterpie Pokemon Weedle Weedle
Caterpie is a Bug-type Pokémon, evolving into Metapod at level 7, and into Butterfree at level 10, gaining a secondary Flying-type. Caterpie is balanced in both offense and defense, Metapod is defensive while Butterfree is an offensive Pokémon, focusing on Special Attack stat.

Being very weak at the beginning, it only knows the move Tackle. However, upon evolving into Butterfree, a very useful move Confusion will be learnt, followed by Sleep Powder at level 12 which have a 97.5% chance of putting target to sleep if Butterfree has the ability Compound Eyes. A variety of different types moves like Gust, Psybeam and Silver Wind will also be learnt at level 16, 24 and 28 respectively. At level 42, it will learn its strongest move, Bug Buzz and at level 46, the extremely useful Quiver Dance.

Butterfree has a type advantage against Erika and Sabrina. It also does not have any trouble dealing with Koga due to the Psychic-type moves. Although Caterpie and Metapod may be difficult in leveling, Butterfree is definitely worth the trouble with good moveset and sufficient stats to back up the utility of nearly 100% accurate Sleep Powder.


A Bug/Poison-type through its evolution line, Weedle evolves into Kakuna at level 7 and Beedrill at level 10. Similarly to Caterpie evolution line, Weedle is balanced in offense and defense, Kakuna in defense while Beedrill in offense, focusing on Attack stat.

Starting off with the weak Poison Sting as the only move, evolving to Beedrill will add Fury Attack to its moveset. Besides, Twineedle, Agility, Assurance will be learnt at level 16, 31 and 34 respectively. To get coverage against Ghost-type, Pursuit is learnt at level 19 while its strongest Bug-type move, Pin Missile at level 28. Poison Jab is its strongest Poison-type move and it is obtained at level 37. At level 40 and 45, the rather useful move Endeavor and the situational Fell Stinger can be learnt respectively.

Having a type advantage over Erika and Sabrina, its Twineedle can also do huge damage to Misty's Starmie. However, Beedrill lacks the utility that Butterfree has and unfortunately, it also does not make up for it with raw power.


Viridian Forest

Kanto Viridian Forest Map

Viridian Forest

A small labyrinth with more varieties of Pokémon here! Be sure to have a couple of potions in your bag if your Pokémon are low leveled, but all in all, this is not a very difficult path. Also stock up on several Poké Balls in case you encounter some rare Pokémon like Pichu and Scyther.

This will be the first map where you encounter Pokémon Trainers randomly scattered around. If you walk directly or even a few steps in front of them (where they are able to see you), they will automatically walk up to you and challenge you to a battle! Do note that the option Run will be grayed out, hence you cannot run away from Trainers' battles. To avoid these battles, either walk behind the trainers or as far as possible away from their sights.

A small path to the left leads to Deep Viridian Forest, where rarer and unique Pokémon reside in there. We shall skip that area for now as the HM Cut and Surf are needed to fully explore the area. Instead, head to the building located at the upper left corner in order to leave this forest, and you will be brought to the Northern Segment of Route 2. Continue north and you will reach Pewter City.

Show / Hide Wild Pokémon
Wild Pokémon of Level 3 - 6 are encountered here:
Pokémon Type Method Rarity Rate
Normal Member Gold Member
Pokemon Caterpie Caterpie Bug Grass Common 43.6% 40.41%
Pokemon Weedle Weedle Bug Poison Grass Common 43.6% 40.41%
Pokemon Metapod Metapod Bug Grass Uncommon 6% 9%
Pokemon Kakuna Kakuna Bug Poison Grass Uncommon 6% 9%
Pokemon Butterfree Butterfree Bug Flying Grass Rare 0.34% 0.51%
Pokemon Beedrill Beedrill Bug Poison Grass Rare 0.34% 0.51%
Pokemon Pichu Pichu Electric Grass Very Rare 0.1% 0.15%
Pokemon Scyther Scyther Bug Flying Grass Extremely Rare 0.004% 0.006%
Pokemon Pinsir Pinsir Bug Grass Extremely Rare 0.004% 0.006%
Show / Hide Pokémon Trainers
Trainers Pokémon Type Level Moves
Bug Catcher Rick Pokemon Weedle Weedle Bug Poison 6 Poison Sting String Shot - -
Pokemon Caterpie Caterpie Bug 6 Tackle String Shot - -
Bug Catcher Doug Pokemon Weedle Weedle Bug Poison 7 Poison Sting String Shot - -
Pokemon Kakuna Kakuna Bug Poison 7 Harden - - -
Pokemon Weedle Weedle Bug Poison 7 Poison Sting String Shot - -
Bug Catcher Anthony Pokemon Caterpie Caterpie Bug 7 Tackle String Shot - -
Pokemon Caterpie Caterpie Bug 8 Tackle String Shot - -
Bug Catcher Charlie Pokemon Metapod Metapod Bug 7 Harden - - -
Pokemon Caterpie Caterpie Bug 7 Tackle String Shot - -
Pokemon Metapod Metapod Bug 7 Harden - - -
Bug Catcher Sammy Pokemon Weedle Weedle Bug Poison 9 Poison Sting String Shot - -


Pewter City

Kanto Pewter City Map

Pewter City

A small city, the only attraction here is the Pewter Gym. There is a path at the east that leads to Route 3, being inaccessible until the gym leader Brock is defeated. As a clue, a kid standing near the Route 3 entrance will let you know that Brock is looking for challenger. Before heading to the gym, check out the Pokémart and perhaps stock up on Potions or Poké Ball. Escape Rope may be useful later on when going into Mt Moon, as it teleport you back to the cave entrance.

Show / Hide Pokémart Items
Item Price
Poke Ball $100
Potion $100
Escape Rope $500
Repel $300


Pewter Gym

Pewter Gym Map

Pewter Gym

Being the first gym that you challenge, Pewter Gym specializes in Rock-type Pokémon. For players who have chosen Bulbasaur or Squirtle as your starter Pokémon, this gym will be easy as a breeze due to the type advantage they have on Brock's Pokémon. For those with Charmander, it is better to have some back-up Pokémon in your party. A Mankey from Route 22 or a Butterfree by evolving Caterpie from Viridian Forest will do great in this gym, since Rock-type is weak to Fighting-type moves, while Butterfree's Confusion will deal huge damage to Brock's Pokémon due to their low Special Defense. Avoid bring Flying or Electric Pokémon. Normal-type moves should be avoided as well, as they only deal half the damage to Rock-type Pokémon.

Show / Hide Pokémon Trainers
Trainers Pokémon Type Level Moves
Camper Liam Pokemon Geodude Geodude Ground Rock 10 Tackle Rock Polish Mud Sport Defense Curl
Pokemon Sandshrew Sandshrew Ground 11 Rollout Swift Rapid Spin Poison Sting
Gym Leader Brock Pokemon Geodude Geodude Ground Rock 11 Rollout Tackle Rock Polish Mud Sport
Pokemon Onix Onix Ground Rock 14 Rock Tomb Rock Throw Rage Curse

The Boulder Badge will be awarded to you upon Brock's defeat and it is recorded in your trainer card (To open, look at the bottom left corner and click on the button with a white card on it). When you are done, i.e. healing at Pokécenter, buying items from Pokémart, move on to Route 3 by going east.


Route 3

Kanto Route 3 Map

Route 3

You will be facing a number of Pokémon Trainers on this route so either bring enough Potions or go back to the Pokécenter to heal your Pokémon.

Go all the way to the end of the path, then head north to the Western segment of Route 4.

Show / Hide Wild Pokémon
Wild Pokémon of Level 5 - 7 are encountered here:
Pokémon Type Method Rarity Rate
Normal Member Gold Member
Pokemon Pidgey Pidgey Normal Flying Grass Common 24.80% 24.71%
Pokemon Spearow Spearow Normal Flying Grass Common 24.80% 24.71%
Pokemon Nidoran♀ Nidoran♀ Poison Grass Common 24.80% 24.71%
Pokemon Nidoran♂ Nidoran♂ Poison Grass Common 24.80% 24.71%
Pokemon Mankey Mankey Fighting Grass Rare 0.68% 1.02%
Pokemon Jigglypuff Jigglypuff Normal Fairy Grass Very Rare 0.1% 0.15%
Show / Hide Pokémon Trainers
Trainers Pokémon Type Level Moves
Lass Janice Pokemon Pidgey Pidgey Normal Flying 9 Gust Sand Attack
Pokemon Pidgey Pidgey Normal Flying 9 Gust Sand Attack
Bug Catcher Colton Pokemon Caterpie Caterpie Bug 10 Tackle String Shot - -
Pokemon Weedle Weedle Bug Poison 10 Poison Sting String Shot - -
Pokemon Caterpie Caterpie Bug 10 Tackle String Shot - -
Youngster Ben Pokemon Rattata Rattata Normal 11 Bite
Pokemon Ekans Ekans Poison 11 Poison Sting Leer Wrap
Bug Catcher Greg Pokemon Weedle Weedle Bug Poison 9 Poison Sting String Shot - -
Pokemon Kakuna Kakuna Bug Poison 9 Harden - - -
Pokemon Caterpie Caterpie Bug 9 Tackle String Shot - -
Pokemon Metapod Metapod Bug 9 Harden - - -
Bug Catcher Hink Pokemon Caterpie Caterpie Bug 11 Tackle String Shot - -
Pokemon Metapod Metapod Bug 11 Harden - - -
Lass Sally Pokemon Rattata Rattata Normal 10 Bite
Pokemon Nidoran♀ Nidoran♀ Poison 10 Double Kick Growl
Youngster Calvin Pokemon Spearow Spearow Normal Flying 14 Pursuit Fury Attack Growl
Lass Robin Pokemon Jigglypuff Jigglypuff Normal Fairy 14 Pound Disable Defense Curl
Pokemon Nidoran♀ Nidoran♀ Poison 10 Double Kick Growl


Route 4 (West)

Kanto Route 4 Map

Route 4

There is a Pokécenter located near the Mt Moon entrance, which is useful after a long chain of battle back in Route 3. While in Mt Moon, you can also return here to heal your Pokémon if they happen to be in low health. When you are ready, enter Mt Moon.


Mt Moon

Mt Moon is packed with Pokémon Trainers who are waiting for challenges. The Pokémon residing in here are a unique group which can normally be found only in caves but nowhere else.

For players who would like to exit this cave quickly in order to reach Cerulean City as fast as possible, go directly down Stair 5 and the rest of the path is pretty straightforward. For others who would like to earn some extra money and experience, visit Stair 1 and Stair 3, each leading you to a Rocket Grunt at the end of the path.


Mt Moon Main

Kanto Mt Moon Main Map

Mt Moon Main

It may be worth catching a Geodude here as it will be helpful against the third gym that focus on Electric-type. Besides being immune to Electric-type attacks, Normal-attacks will only do half of the damage due to it being a Rock-type Pokémon. Although slow, its defense can withstand most of the physical attacks.

Being a Poison and Flying-type, Zubat is an advantage against the Grass-type Celadon Gym later on. Upon evolution, not many Pokémon are match-able to Crobat's speed. It can earn a place in your party if you like a Pokémon that mostly strike first in battle..

Show / Hide Wild Pokémon
Wild Pokémon of Level 4 - 9 are encountered here:
Pokémon Type Method Rarity Rate
Normal Member Gold Member
Pokemon Zubat Zubat Poison Flying Walking Common 43.95% 40.92%
Pokemon Geodude Geodude Ground Rock Walking Common 43.95% 40.92%
Pokemon Sandshrew Sandshrew Ground Walking Uncommon 6% 9%
Pokemon Paras Paras Bug Grass Walking Uncommon 6% 9%
Pokemon Clefairy Clefairy Fairy Walking Very Rare 0.1% 0.15%
Pokemon Machop Machop Fighting Walking Extremely Rare 0.004% 0.006%
Pokemon Onix Onix Ground Rock Walking Extremely Rare 0.004% 0.006%
Show / Hide Pokémon Trainers
Trainers Pokémon Type Level Moves
Bug Catcher Kent Pokemon Weedle Weedle Bug Poison 11 Poison Sting String Shot - -
Pokemon Kakuna Kakuna Bug Poison 11 Harden - - -
Lass Iris Pokemon Clefairy Clefairy Fairy 14 Pound
Bug Catcher Robby Pokemon Caterpie Caterpie Bug 10 Tackle String Shot - -
Pokemon Metapod Metapod Bug 10 Harden - - -
Pokemon Caterpie Caterpie Bug 10 Tackle String Shot - -
Super Nerd Jovan Pokemon Magnemite Magnemite Electric Steel 11 Thundershock
Pokemon Voltorb Voltorb Electric 11 Charge Tackle
Lass Miriam Pokemon Oddish Oddish Grass Poison 11 Acid
Pokemon Bellsprout Bellsprout Grass Poison 11 Wrap
Youngster Josh Pokemon Rattata Rattata Normal 10 Bite Focus Energy
Pokemon Rattata Rattata Normal 10 Bite Focus Energy
Pokemon Zubat Zubat Poison Flying 10 Astonish
Hiker Marcos Pokemon Geodude Geodude Ground Rock 10 Tackle
Pokemon Geodude Geodude Ground Rock 10 Tackle Defense Curl
Pokemon Onix Onix Ground Rock 10 Rock Tomb


Mt Moon E1-E4

Kanto Mt Moon E1-E4 Map

Mt Moon E1-E4

Mt Moon E1-E4 comprises of very short route that acts as a connecting path between Mt Moon Main and Mt Moon Main 2. No Pokémon trainers are found here, while the only wild Pokémon in here is Paras.

A Paras may be of some help in your upcoming Cerulean Gym battle against Misty's powerful Starmie. Its Bug-type attack will apply double power when dealing with the Psychic-type Starmie. Although found earlier in Mt Moon Main, it is more common here.

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Wild Pokémon of Level 4 - 9 are encountered here:
Pokémon Type Method Rarity Rate
Normal Member Gold Member
Pokemon Paras Paras Bug Grass Walking Common 100% 100%


Mt Moon Main 2

Kanto Mt Moon Main 2 Map

Mt Moon Main 2

The Pokémon found are similar to Mt Moon Main, with Rocket Grunt being the main Pokémon Trainers.

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Wild Pokémon of Level 4 - 9 are encountered here:
Pokémon Type Method Rarity Rate
Normal Member Gold Member
Pokemon Zubat Zubat Poison Flying Walking Common 43.95% 40.92%
Pokemon Geodude Geodude Ground Rock Walking Common 43.95% 40.92%
Pokemon Sandshrew Sandshrew Ground Walking Uncommon 6% 9%
Pokemon Paras Paras Bug Grass Walking Uncommon 6% 9%
Pokemon Clefairy Clefairy Fairy Walking Very Rare 0.1% 0.15%
Pokemon Machop Machop Fighting Walking Extremely Rare 0.004% 0.006%
Pokemon Onix Onix Ground Rock Walking Extremely Rare 0.004% 0.006%
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Trainers Pokémon Type Level Moves
Team Rocket Grunt Pokemon Sandshrew Sandshrew Ground 11 Rollout
Pokemon Rattata Rattata Normal 11 Bite Focus Energy
Pokemon Zubat Zubat Poison Flying 11 Astonish
Team Rocket Grunt Pokemon Zubat Zubat Poison Flying 11 Astonish
Pokemon Ekans Ekans Poison 11 Bite
Team Rocket Grunt Pokemon Rattata Rattata Normal 13 Pursuit
Pokemon Sandshrew Sandshrew Ground 13 Rollout
Team Rocket Grunt Pokemon Rattata Rattata Normal 13 Bite Pursuit
Pokemon Zubat Zubat Poison Flying 13 Astonish Bite Supersonic
Super Nerd Miguel Pokemon Grimer Grimer Poison 12 Pound Disable
Pokemon Koffing Koffing Poison 12 Smog
Pokemon Voltorb Voltorb Electric 12 Spark Tackle Eerie Impulse


Route 4 (East)

With multiple ledges in this route, do note that this is one way route. Hence, you will not be able to return back to Mt Moon or other earlier locations for the time being after jumping off the ledges at the eastern end. Make sure you have catch all your wanted Pokémon before leaving this area. Continue to move eastward and you will reach Cerulean City.

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Wild Pokémon of Level 5 - 10 are encountered here:
Pokémon Type Method Rarity Rate
Normal Member Gold Member
Pokemon Rattata Rattata Normal Grass Common 43.66% 40.49%
Pokemon Spearow Spearow Normal Flying Grass Common 43.66% 40.49%
Pokemon Sandshrew Sandshrew Ground Grass Uncommon 6% 9%
Pokemon Ekans Ekans Poison Grass Uncommon 6% 9%
Pokemon Mankey Mankey Fighting Grass Rare 0.68% 1.02%
Pokemon Magikarp Magikarp Water Fishing Common 87.22% 80.83%
Pokemon Krabby Krabby Water Fishing Uncommon 12% 18%
Pokemon Horsea Horsea Water Fishing Rare 0.68% 1.02%
Pokemon Psyduck Psyduck Water Fishing Very Rare 0.033% 0.05%
Pokemon Slowpoke Slowpoke Water Psychic Fishing Very Rare 0.033% 0.05%
Pokemon Gyarados Gyarados Water Flying Fishing Very Rare 0.033% 0.05%
Pokemon Tentacool Tentacool Water Poison Surfing Common 100% 100%


Cerulean City

Kanto Cerulean City Map

Cerulean City

A city almost similar to Pewter City, it houses the second gym for you to challenge. Besides the basic buildings like Pokécenter and Pokémart, there is a Bike Shop which sells a bike for $250,000. You will not be able to afford it currently, so come back again later when you have collected enough from more battles.

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Item Price
Poke Ball $100
Potion $100
Super Potion $500
Escape Rope $500
Repel $300

When you first reach this city, you may notice a police officer standing in front of a house, blocking the entrance. This house is your access to other new routes. To move the police officer away, you will have to defeat Misty in Cerulean Gym. Head to the gym when you are ready, if not, you can continue your training back in Route 4, or even in Route 24 located north from here.

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Wild Pokémon of Level 5 - 10 are encountered here:
Pokémon Type Method Rarity Rate
Normal Member Gold Member
Pokemon Magikarp Magikarp Water Fishing Common 87.22% 80.83%
Pokemon Krabby Krabby Water Fishing Uncommon 12% 18%
Pokemon Horsea Horsea Water Fishing Rare 0.23% 0.34%
Pokemon Shellder Shellder Water Fishing Rare 0.23% 0.34%
Pokemon Kingler Kingler Water Fishing Rare 0.23% 0.34%
Pokemon Gyarados Gyarados Water Flying Fishing Very Rare 0.025% 0.038%
Pokemon Slowpoke Slowpoke Water Psychic Fishing Very Rare 0.025% 0.038%
Pokemon Staryu Staryu Water Fishing Very Rare 0.025% 0.038%
Pokemon Psyduck Psyduck Water Fishing Very Rare 0.025% 0.038%
Pokemon Tentacool Tentacool Water Poison Surfing Common 100% 100%


Cerulean Gym

Cerulean Gym Map

Cerulean Gym

A straightforward path leads you to the gym leader, Misty. However, you will be stopped by 2 Pokémon Trainers on your way to her. This gym focus on Water-type Pokemon, so avoid bringing Rock, Ground or Fire-type Pokémon. Only Electric or Grass-type moves will deal double damage, in addition, Ghost, Dark and Bug-type as well to Misty's Starmie.

Trainers who have chosen Charmander as their starter may have a difficult time here, therefore it may be wise to have a few other Pokémon with you. You may have to find an Oddish or Bellsprout in Route 24 to help you, both having Grass-type moves. However, be careful when dealing with Misty's Psyduck as its Confusion may deal huge damage to these 2 Poison-type Pokémon. For Bulbasaur, the same tips similar to Oddish and Bellsprout applies. Squirtle is neither weak or strong against Water-type, hence catching some Grass-type Pokémon will help to speed up your battle.

Misty's Starmie is a challenge not only due to its high speed and special attack, but its move Recover can restore half of its HP as well. Knowing the powerful Hydro Pump, it can often strike first and 1-hit KO weak Pokémon if Hydro Pump does not missed. Grass-type Pokémon like Paras, Oddish or Bellsprout will be able to deal with Starmie. Rattata's Bite can also inflict serious damage as well.

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Trainers Pokémon Type Level Moves
Swimmer Luis Pokemon Horsea Horsea Water 16 Water Gun
Pokemon Shellder Shellder Water 16 Icicle Spear Protect Supersonic
Picnicker Diana Pokemon Goldeen Goldeen Water 19 Water Pulse Horn Attack Supersonic
Gym Leader Misty Pokemon Staryu Staryu Water 18 Rapid Spin Recover Camouflage Swift
Pokemon Horsea Horsea Water 18 Bubble Beam Leer Focus Energy Bubble
Pokemon Goldeen Goldeen Water 18 Horn Attack Water Pulse Supersonic Tail Whip
Pokemon Psyduck Psyduck Water 19 Confusion Water Gun Disable Water Pulse
Pokemon Starmie Starmie Water Psychic 20 Hydro Pump Swift Water Gun Recover

Upon Misty's defeat, you will get the Cascade Badge, which allows access to the house with a police officer standing in front. Another new badge to your collection! After healing at Pokécenter, go north of Cerulean City to Route 24.


Route 24

Kanto Route 24 Map

Route 24

Route 24 has a bridge where you will see six Pokémon Trainers here consecutively. If there is any need to, you could return to Cerulean City Pokécenter to heal your Pokémon.

Abra can be found here and its evolution, Kadabra and Alakazam can be a powerful Psychic-type Pokémon to add into your party due to its high speed and special attack. However, it is very rarely encountered and you will also need a leading Pokémon with the move Mean Look to prevent it from teleporting away during battle.

After all battles, go east to Route 25 where more Trainer battles await.

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Wild Pokémon of Level 8 - 13 are encountered here:
Pokémon Type Method Rarity Rate
Normal Member Gold Member
Pokemon Caterpie Caterpie Bug Grass Common 29.3% 27.28%
Pokemon Weedle Weedle Bug Poison Grass Common 29.3% 27.28%
Pokemon Pidgey Pidgey Normal Flying Grass Common 29.3% 27.28%
Pokemon Metapod Metapod Bug Grass Uncommon 3% 4.5%
Pokemon Kakuna Kakuna Bug Poison Grass Uncommon 3% 4.5%
Pokemon Oddish Oddish Grass Poison Grass Uncommon 3% 4.5%
Pokemon Bellsprout Bellsprout Grass Poison Grass Uncommon 3% 4.5%
Pokemon Abra Abra Psychic Grass Very Rare 0.1% 0.15%
Pokemon Magikarp Magikarp Water Fishing Common 87.22% 80.83%
Pokemon Krabby Krabby Water Fishing Uncommon 12% 18%
Pokemon Horsea Horsea Water Fishing Rare 0.68% 1.02%
Pokemon Gyarados Gyarados Water Flying Fishing Very Rare 0.033% 0.05%
Pokemon Slowpoke Slowpoke Water Psychic Fishing Very Rare 0.033% 0.05%
Pokemon Psyduck Psyduck Water Fishing Very Rare 0.033% 0.05%
Pokemon Tentacool Tentacool Water Poison Surfing Common 100% 100%
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Trainers Pokémon Type Level Moves
Bug Catcher Cale Pokemon Caterpie Caterpie Bug 10 Tackle String Shot - -
Pokemon Weedle Weedle Bug Poison 10 Poison Sting String Shot - -
Pokemon Metapod Metapod Bug 10 Harden - - -
Pokemon Kakuna Kakuna Bug Poison 10 Harden - - -
Lass Ali Pokemon Pidgey Pidgey Normal Flying 12 Gust Sand Attack
Pokemon Oddish Oddish Grass Poison 12 Acid Sweet Scent
Pokemon Bellsprout Bellsprout Grass Poison 12 Growth Wrap
Youngster Ralph Pokemon Sandshrew Sandshrew Ground 14 Rollout
Pokemon Ekans Ekans Poison 14 Bite
Lass Reli Pokemon Nidoran♂ Nidoran♂ Poison 16 Poison Sting
Pokemon Nidoran♀ Nidoran♀ Poison 16 Poison Sting
Camper Ethan Pokemon Mankey Mankey Fighting 18 Seismic Toss Karate Chop
Team Rocket Grunt Pokemon Ekans Ekans Poison 15 Bite Poison Sting
Pokemon Zubat Zubat Poison Flying 15 Supersonic Bite Astonish
Camper Shane Pokemon Rattata Rattata Normal 14 Bite
Pokemon Ekans Ekans Poison 14 Bite Poison Sting


Route 25

Kanto Route 25 Map

Route 25

Route 25 leads to a dead-end where Bill's House is there. Many Pokémon trainers are standing on this route waiting to be battled. The Pokémon found here is actually the same as those on Route 24. Head to Bill's House and speak with Bill inside. He will give you the S.S Anne Ticket where you can obtain the HM Cut.

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Wild Pokémon of Level 8 - 13 are encountered here:
Pokémon Type Method Rarity Rate
Normal Member Gold Member
Pokemon Caterpie Caterpie Bug Grass Common 29.3% 27.28%
Pokemon Weedle Weedle Bug Poison Grass Common 29.3% 27.28%
Pokemon Pidgey Pidgey Normal Flying Grass Common 29.3% 27.28%
Pokemon Metapod Metapod Bug Grass Uncommon 3% 4.5%
Pokemon Kakuna Kakuna Bug Poison Grass Uncommon 3% 4.5%
Pokemon Oddish Oddish Grass Poison Grass Uncommon 3% 4.5%
Pokemon Bellsprout Bellsprout Grass Poison Grass Uncommon 3% 4.5%
Pokemon Abra Abra Psychic Grass Very Rare 0.1% 0.15%
Pokemon Magikarp Magikarp Water Fishing Common 87.22% 80.83%
Pokemon Krabby Krabby Water Fishing Uncommon 12% 18%
Pokemon Horsea Horsea Water Fishing Rare 0.68% 1.02%
Pokemon Gyarados Gyarados Water Flying Fishing Very Rare 0.033% 0.05%
Pokemon Slowpoke Slowpoke Water Psychic Fishing Very Rare 0.033% 0.05%
Pokemon Psyduck Psyduck Water Fishing Very Rare 0.033% 0.05%
Pokemon Tentacool Tentacool Water Poison Surfing Common 100% 100%
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Trainers Pokémon Type Level Moves
Hiker Franklin Pokemon Machop Machop Fighting 15 Low Sweep Karate Chop Focus Energy
Pokemon Geodude Geodude Ground Rock 15 Rollout
Hiker Wayne Pokemon Onix Onix Ground Rock 17 Rock Throw Stealth Rock
Youngster Joey Pokemon Rattata Rattata Normal 15 Bite Focus Energy
Pokemon Spearow Spearow Normal Flying 15 Pursuit
Youngster Dan Pokemon Slowpoke Slowpoke Water Psychic 17 Confusion
Picnicker Kelsey Pokemon Nidoran♂ Nidoran♂ Poison 15 Poison Sting
Pokemon Nidoran♀ Nidoran♀ Poison 15 Poison Sting Tail Whip
Hiker Nob Pokemon Geodude Geodude Ground Rock 13 Rollout Rock Polish
Pokemon Geodude Geodude Ground Rock 13 Rollout Rock Polish
Pokemon Geodude Geodude Ground Rock 13 Rollout Rock Polish
Pokemon Machop Machop Fighting 15 Low Sweep Karate Chop Focus Energy
Camper Flint Pokemon Rattata Rattata Normal 14 Bite Focus Energy
Pokemon Ekans Ekans Poison 14 Bite Poison Sting
Youngster Chad Pokemon Ekans Ekans Poison 14 Bite Poison Sting
Pokemon Sandshrew Sandshrew Ground 14 Rollout
Lass Haley Pokemon Oddish Oddish Grass Poison 13 Acid Sweet Scent Absorb
Pokemon Pidgey Pidgey Normal Flying 13 Gust Sand Attack
Pokemon Oddish Oddish Grass Poison 13 Acid Sweet Scent Absorb

After that, go all the way back to Cerulean City and enter the house where the Police Officer is blocking earlier on. Step through the hole in the wall and go all the way South to the path leading to Route 5. Do not jump off the ledge next to Cerulean Gym, if not you will end up again in Cerulean City.


Route 5

Kanto Route 5 Map

Route 5

A very short path with nothing interesting here, the gate to Saffron City is blocked by guards at the moment. Hence, you will have to enter the small building located at the bottom right corner. It is an entrance for the Underground Path that goes directly to Route 6.

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Wild Pokémon of Level 10 - 15 are encountered here:
Pokémon Type Method Rarity Rate
Normal Member Gold Member
Pokemon Pidgey Pidgey Normal Flying Grass Common 87.32% 80.98%
Pokemon Oddish Oddish Grass Poison Grass Uncommon 6% 9%
Pokemon Bellsprout Bellsprout Grass Poison Grass Uncommon 6% 9%
Pokemon Meowth Meowth Normal Grass Rare 0.68% 1.02%


Route 6

Kanto Route 6 Map

Route 6

Another short route that leads to Vermillion City, Route 6 has the same type of wild Pokémon found in the grass as Route 5. Few trainers can be seen here. Go all the way south and you will reach the next city, Vermillion City, where it contains many places of interest.

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Wild Pokémon of Level 10 - 16 are encountered here:
Pokémon Type Method Rarity Rate
Normal Member Gold Member
Pokemon Pidgey Pidgey Normal Flying Grass Common 87.32% 80.98%
Pokemon Oddish Oddish Grass Poison Grass Uncommon 6% 9%
Pokemon Bellsprout Bellsprout Grass Poison Grass Uncommon 6% 9%
Pokemon Meowth Meowth Normal Grass Rare 0.68% 1.02%
Pokemon Magikarp Magikarp Water Fishing Common 87.22% 80.83%
Pokemon Poliwag Poliwag Water Fishing Uncommon 6% 9%
Pokemon Goldeen Goldeen Water Fishing Uncommon 6% 9%
Pokemon Poliwhirl Poliwhirl Water Fishing Rare 0.68% 1.02%
Pokemon Psyduck Psyduck Water Fishing Very Rare 0.033% 0.05%
Pokemon Slowpoke Slowpoke Water Psychic Fishing Very Rare 0.033% 0.05%
Pokemon Gyarados Gyarados Water Flying Fishing Very Rare 0.033% 0.05%
Pokemon Tentacool Tentacool Water Poison Surfing Common 99.9% 99.85%
Pokemon Psyduck Psyduck Water Surfing Very Rare 0.05% 0.075%
Pokemon Slowpoke Slowpoke Water Psychic Surfing Very Rare 0.05% 0.075%
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Trainers Pokémon Type Level Moves
Bug Catcher Keigo Pokemon Weedle Weedle Bug Poison 16 Poison Sting String Shot Bug Bite -
Pokemon Caterpie Caterpie Bug 16 Tackle String Shot Bug Bite -
Pokemon Weedle Weedle Bug Poison 16 Poison Sting String Shot Bug Bite -
Camper Ricky Pokemon Squirtle Squirtle Water 20 Bite
Picnicker Nancy Pokemon Rattata Rattata Normal 16 Bite Pursuit
Pokemon Pikachu Pikachu Electric 16 Quick Attack
Bug Catcher Elijar Pokemon Butterfree Butterfree Bug Flying 20 Gust
Pokemon Kakuna Kakuna Bug Poison 9 Harden - - -
Pokemon Caterpie Caterpie Bug 9 Tackle String Shot - -
Pokemon Metapod Metapod Bug 9 Harden - - -
Picnicker Isabelle Pokemon Pidgey Pidgey Normal Flying 16 Gust Sand Attack
Pokemon Pidgey Pidgey Normal Flying 16 Gust Sand Attack
Pokemon Pidgey Pidgey Normal Flying 16 Gust Sand Attack
Camper Jeff Pokemon Spearow Spearow Normal Flying 16 Pursuit
Pokemon Raticate Raticate Normal 16 Bite Pursuit


Vermillion City

File:Kanto Vermillion City Map.png

A major sea port city, Vermillion City will be a connecting point to other regions as it offers ferry service here. You will be able to travel by ship once you earn certain badges. We will skip the Vermillion Gym for now, as we are not able to remove the small tree on the path that leads to the gym.

Reaching this city means you will be able to start fishing! Simply step into the Fishermans House situated to the left of Pokécenter. Speak with the Fisherman and he will offer the Old Rod for $5,000. Although it is the worst rod, you have no choice but to buy it in order to increase your fishing level. Once you have reach Level 5, you could use the Good Rod which offers a slightly shorter time in encountering Pokémon. To fish, press F while facing the water. Fishing will continue even after you finish a battle with the wild Pokémon encountered. To stop fishing, press F again or move from your position. To check fishing level, open your trainer card and select 'trainer levels' at the bottom right corner.

You can donate to the Altar here for Philanthropist Points which can be exchange for items. PVP Center and Clan War Center are also located here, allowing you to take part in tournaments or clan wars that take place in certain days of the week. There is a Scientist here as well, standing in front of Pokécenter and helping you in the creation of a custom map.

When you are done with the touring, head South all the way to the harbour and enter SS Anne.

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Item Price
Poke Ball $100
Potion $100
Super Potion $500
Escape Rope $500
Repel $300
Show / Hide Wild Pokémon
Wild Pokémon of Level 5 - 10 are encountered here:
Pokémon Type Method Rarity Rate
Normal Member Gold Member
Pokemon Magikarp Magikarp Water Fishing Common 87.22% 80.83%
Pokemon Krabby Krabby Water Fishing Uncommon 12% 18%
Pokemon Horsea Horsea Water Fishing Rare 0.34% 0.51%
Pokemon Shellder Shellder Water Fishing Rare 0.34% 0.51%
Pokemon Gyarados Gyarados Water Flying Fishing Very Rare 0.025% 0.038%
Pokemon Slowpoke Slowpoke Water Psychic Fishing Very Rare 0.025% 0.038%
Pokemon Staryu Staryu Water Fishing Very Rare 0.025% 0.038%
Pokemon Psyduck Psyduck Water Fishing Very Rare 0.025% 0.038%
Pokemon Tentacool Tentacool Water Poison Surfing Common 100% 100%


SS Anne

Kanto SS Anne F1 Map

SS Anne F1

Kanto SS Anne F2 Map

SS Anne F2

Kanto SS Anne F0 Map

SS Anne F0

Kanto SS Anne F3 Map

SS Anne F3

Kanto SS Anne Deck Map

SS Anne Deck

Kanto SS Anne Captains Room Map

Captains Room

You will be in SS Anne F1 after entering. To get the HM Cut, go up Stair 1, followed by Stair 3, then speak to the Captain and he will give you the HM. Before leaving the ship, you could go up Stair 2 to battle two trainers for extra money and experience.

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Trainers Pokémon Type Level Moves
Sailor Trevor Pokemon Machop Machop Fighting 17 Leer Karate Chop Low Sweep Focus Energy
Pokemon Tentacool Tentacool Water Poison 17 Constrict Toxic Spikes
Sailor Pokemon Machop Machop Fighting 18 Leer Karate Chop Low Sweep Focus Energy
Pokemon Shellder Shellder Water 18 Icicle Spear

Leave the ship and teach the HM Cut to a Pokémon before setting off to Vermillion Gym. To teach the HM, the chosen Pokémon must be in your party, then open your inventory by pressing I, double-click on the HM and move your mouse to the box with your chosen Pokémon name, HP or Exp Bar at the top of the screen. The box should now be highlighted. Click on it and if the chosen Pokémon is able to learn the HM Cut, a moveset box will pop up, asking you which move should be forgotten. Not all Pokémon can learn the HM.

To cut small trees, face the tree and press Spacebar. Make sure the Pokémon with the HM Cut must be in your party for it to works.


Vermillion Gym

Vermillion Gym Map

Vermillion Gym

Vermillion Gym is the third gym that you will be facing, specializing in Electric-type Pokémon. Avoid using Flying or Water-type as these will be taking tonnes of damage. Ground-type Pokémon are immune to any Electric-type moves, so if you already have a Sandshrew or Geodude, this gym will be an easy walk. However, be careful of using Geodude on Lt Surge's Magnemite and Magneton as their Steel-type moves will inflict huge damage on the Rock-type Geodude. If you did not caught any Ground-type Pokémon earlier, get a Diglett from Diglett's Cave not far away from here before coming back.

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Trainers Pokémon Type Level Moves
Sailor Dwayne Pokemon Pikachu Pikachu Electric 21 Quick Attack
Pokemon Pikachu Pikachu Electric 21 Quick Attack
Engineer Baily Pokemon Voltorb Voltorb Electric 21 Spark Screech
Pokemon Magnemite Magnemite Electric Steel 21 Magnet Bomb Spark
Gentleman Tucker Pokemon Pikachu Pikachu Electric 23 Double Team Nuzzle
Gym Leader Lt Surge Pokemon Voltorb Voltorb Electric 21 Spark Rollout Screech Eerie Impulse
Pokemon Magnemite Magnemite Electric Steel 21 Spark Magnet Bomb Sonic Boom Thunder Wave
Pokemon Pikachu Pikachu Electric 22 Electro Ball Quick Attack Thunder Wave Double Team
Pokemon Magneton Magneton Electric Steel 23 Spark Magnet Bomb Thunder Wave Electric Terrain
Pokemon Raichu Raichu Electric 24 Thunderbolt Quick Attack Thunder Shock Tail Whip
Pokemon Electabuzz Electabuzz Electric 24 Electro Ball Swift Shock Wave Thunder Wave

The Thunder Badge will be added to your trainer card after your victory against Lt Surge. Next, head to the eastern path from Vermillion City, which leads to Route 11.


Route 11

Kanto Route 11 Map

Route 11

Many Pokémon Trainers are residing on Route 11 and Diglett's Cave is located here as well. With your fishing rod, you should catch a Magikarp and evolve it to the powerful Gyarados. It will be able to help out in the Cinnabar Gym and Viridian Gym, as well as learn the HM Surf later on. The path on the East will bring you to Route 12, but a sleeping Snorlax is blocking the road making it inaccessible. Go into Diglett's Cave at the western end of this route when you have finished all Trainers battles here.

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Wild Pokémon of Level 11 - 16 are encountered here:
Pokémon Type Method Rarity Rate
Normal Member Gold Member
Pokemon Spearow Spearow Normal Flying Grass Common 87.32% 80.98%
Pokemon Ekans Ekans Poison Grass Uncommon 6% 9%
Pokemon Sandshrew Sandshrew Ground Grass Uncommon 6% 9%
Pokemon Drowzee Drowzee Psychic Grass Rare 0.68% 1.02%
Pokemon Magikarp Magikarp Water Fishing Common 87.22% 80.83%
Pokemon Krabby Krabby Water Fishing Uncommon 12% 18%
Pokemon Horsea Horsea Water Fishing Rare 0.68% 1.02%
Pokemon Psyduck Psyduck Water Fishing Very Rare 0.033% 0.05%
Pokemon Slowpoke Slowpoke Water Psychic Fishing Very Rare 0.033% 0.05%
Pokemon Gyarados Gyarados Water Flying Fishing Very Rare 0.033% 0.05%
Pokemon Tentacool Tentacool Water Poison Surfing Common 100% 100%
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Trainers Pokémon Type Level Moves
Youngster Eddie Pokemon Ekans Ekans Poison 21 Bite
Gamer Hugo Pokemon Poliwag Poliwag Water 18 Water Gun
Pokemon Horsea Horsea Water 18 Leer Bubble Beam
Youngster Dave Pokemon Nidoran♂ Nidoran♂ Poison 18 Poison Sting
Pokemon Nidorino Nidorino Poison 18 Poison Sting Leer
Engineer Bernie Pokemon Magnemite Magnemite Electric Steel 18 Thunder Shock Thunder Wave Magnet Bomb
Pokemon Magnemite Magnemite Electric Steel 18 Thunder Shock Thunder Wave Magnet Bomb
Pokemon Magneton Magneton Electric Steel 18 Thunder Shock
Gamer Jasper Pokemon Bellsprout Bellsprout Grass Poison 18 Wrap Poison Powder Stun Spore
Pokemon Oddish Oddish Grass Poison 18 Acid Poison Powder Stun Spore
Engineer Braxton Pokemon Magnemite Magnemite Electric Steel 21 Spark
Gamer Darian Pokemon Growlithe Growlithe Fire 18 Flame Wheel
Pokemon Vulpix Vulpix Fire 18 Quick Attack Fire Spin
Youngster Yasu Pokemon Rattata Rattata Normal 17 Pursuit Focus Energy
Pokemon Rattata Rattata Normal 17 Pursuit Focus Energy
Pokemon Raticate Raticate Normal 17 Pursuit Focus Energy Bite
Gamer Dirk Pokemon Voltorb Voltorb Electric 18 Rollout
Pokemon Magnemite Magnemite Electric Steel 18 Thunder Shock Magnet Bomb Thunder Wave


Diglett's Cave

Kanto Diglett's Cave Map

Diglett's Cave

A very straightforward tunnel, follow the path all the way to the end and you will end up back in Route 2.

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Wild Pokémon of Level 10 - 15 are encountered here:
Pokémon Type Method Rarity Rate
Normal Member Gold Member
Pokemon Diglett Diglett Ground Walking Common 99.32% 98.98%
Pokemon Dugtrio Dugtrio Ground Walking Rare 0.68% 1.02%


Route 2

Kanto Route 2 Map

Route 2

Upon exiting Diglett's Cave, you will be at the eastern segment of the route. Go directly South and enter the building with a grey roof. Make sure you currently have caught at least 10 different species of Pokémon. To check if condition is met, press 'P' to open Pokédex and look under the heading 'Pokédex data' at the top left. It will show the number of Pokémon you have seen and caught.

Speak with Prof Oak's Aid and he will give you the HM Flash when you have met the above condition. Then return to Cerulean City and go to the eastern path to Route 9. There are 2 alternative ways to go back to Cerulean City: Either head to Pewter City and go through Mt Moon, or return to Diglett's Cave, pass through Vermillion City, and take the Underground Path.


Route 9

Kanto Route 9 Map

Route 9

Route 9 is full of Pokémon Trainers. Battle your way through to the end of the path, where you will reach Route 10 next.

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Wild Pokémon of Level 10 - 15 are encountered here:
Pokémon Type Method Rarity Rate
Normal Member Gold Member
Pokemon Rattata Rattata Normal Grass Common 44% 41%
Pokemon Spearow Spearow Normal Flying Grass Common 44% 41%
Pokemon Sandshrew Sandshrew Ground Grass Uncommon 6% 9%
Pokemon Ekans Ekans Poison Grass Uncommon 6% 9%
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Trainers Pokémon Type Level Moves
Picnicker Alicia Pokemon Oddish Oddish Grass Poison 18 Acid Poison Powder Stun Spore
Pokemon Bellsprout Bellsprout Grass Poison 18 Wrap Poison Powder Stun Spore
Pokemon Oddish Oddish Grass Poison 18 Acid Poison Powder Stun Spore
Pokemon Bellsprout Bellsprout Grass Poison 18 Wrap Poison Powder Stun Spore
Hiker Jeremy Pokemon Machop Machop Fighting 20 Low Sweep Karate Chop Focus Energy Foresight
Pokemon Onix Onix Ground Rock 20 Rage Stealth Rock Rock Polish
Camper Chris Pokemon Growlithe Growlithe Fire 21 Flame Wheel Reversal
Pokemon Charmander Charmander Fire 21 Ember
Bug Catcher Brent Pokemon Beedrill Beedrill Bug Poison 19 Twineedle
Pokemon Beedrill Beedrill Bug Poison 19 Twineedle
Bug Catcher Conner Pokemon Caterpie Caterpie Bug 20 Tackle String Shot Bug Bite -
Pokemon Weedle Weedle Bug Poison 20 Poison Sting String Shot Bug Bite -
Pokemon Venonat Venonat Bug Poison 20 Confusion Leech Life
Camper Drew Pokemon Rattata Rattata Normal 19 Pursuit Sucker Punch
Pokemon Sandshrew Sandshrew Ground 19 Rollout Magnitude Fury Cutter
Pokemon Sandshrew Sandshrew Ground 19 Rollout Magnitude Fury Cutter
Pokemon Ekans Ekans Poison 19 Bite
Hiker Alan Pokemon Geodude Geodude Ground Rock 21 Rollout Rock Polish Magnitude Rock Throw
Pokemon Onix Onix Ground Rock 21 Rage Stealth Rock Rock Polish
Hiker Brice Pokemon Geodude Geodude Ground Rock 20 Rollout Rock Polish Magnitude Rock Throw
Pokemon Geodude Geodude Ground Rock 20 Rollout Rock Polish Magnitude Rock Throw
Pokemon Machop Machop Fighting 20 Low Sweep Karate Chop Focus Energy
Picnicker Caitlin Pokemon Meowth Meowth Normal 23 Bite Fake Out


Route 10 (North)

Kanto Route 10 Map

Route 10

There is a Pokécenter here right next to the Rock Tunnel. Let one of your Pokémon learn the HM Flash before entering it.

The legendary bird, Zapdos can be found here. However, the Feather of Zapdos should be obtained first which can drop from any Pokémon in here or Power Plant when your Electric-type leading Pokémon is alive. Let your living leading Pokémon hold it and you will have a very small chance of encountering Zapdos. Come back again later if you intend to find this legendary bird because it will be at level 85.

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Wild Pokémon of Level 10 - 15 are encountered here:
Pokémon Type Method Rarity Rate
Normal Member Gold Member
Pokemon Spearow Spearow Normal Flying Grass Common 88% 82%
Pokemon Ekans Ekans Poison Grass Uncommon 4% 6%
Pokemon Sandshrew Sandshrew Ground Grass Uncommon 4% 6%
Pokemon Voltorb Voltorb Electric Grass Uncommon 4% 6%
Pokemon Magikarp Magikarp Water Fishing Common 87.22% 80.83%
Pokemon Krabby Krabby Water Fishing Uncommon 12% 18%
Pokemon Horsea Horsea Water Fishing Rare 0.68% 1.02%
Pokemon Psyduck Psyduck Water Fishing Very Rare 0.033% 0.05%
Pokemon Slowpoke Slowpoke Water Psychic Fishing Very Rare 0.033% 0.05%
Pokemon Gyarados Gyarados Water Flying Fishing Very Rare 0.033% 0.05%
Pokemon Tentacool Tentacool Water Poison Surfing Common 100% 100%
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Trainers Pokémon Type Level Moves
Picnicker Heidi Pokemon Pikachu Pikachu Electric 20 Play Nice Electro Ball
Pokemon Clefairy Clefairy Fairy 20 Double Slap Follow Me Defense Curl
Pokemon Oddish Oddish Grass Poison 18 Acid Poison Powder Stun Spore Sleep Powder


Rock Tunnel

Navigation here is rather easy, just follow the stairs at the end of each section and you will soon reach the exit. However, there are many Pokémon Trainers here and some of them cannot be avoided. Bring enough Potions and some Escape Ropes so that you can teleport to the tunnel entrance anytime in case your Pokémon HP are low. If one of your Pokémon in the party know the HM Flash, the tunnel would have light up automatically once you entered.


Rock Tunnel F1

Kanto Rock Tunnel F1 Map

Rock Tunnel F1

The Pokémon here are roughly the same as those in Mt Moon, where most of them are often found only in caves. If you have missed them back in Mt Moon, there is still a chance to catch them here.

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Wild Pokémon of Level 11 - 16 are encountered here:
Pokémon Type Method Rarity Rate
Normal Member Gold Member
Pokemon Zubat Zubat Poison Flying Walking Common 49.66% 49.48%
Pokemon Geodude Geodude Ground Rock Walking Common 49.66% 49.48%
Pokemon Graveler Graveler Ground Rock Walking Rare 0.34% 0.51%
Pokemon Mankey Mankey Fighting Walking Rare 0.34% 0.51%
Pokemon Machop Machop Fighting Walking Extremely Rare 0.004% 0.006%
Pokemon Onix Onix Ground Rock Walking Extremely Rare 0.004% 0.006%
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Trainers Pokémon Type Level Moves
Picnicker Dana Pokemon Meowth Meowth Normal 20 Bite Fake Out
Pokemon Pidgey Pidgey Normal Flying 20 Gust Sand Attack
Pokemon Oddish Oddish Grass Poison 20 Acid Poison Powder Stun Spore
PokéManiac Ashton Pokemon Cubone Cubone Ground 23 Rage Bonemerang Bone Club
Pokemon Slowpoke Slowpoke Water Psychic 23 Water Gun Confusion Disable Headbutt
Hiker Lenny Pokemon Geodude Geodude Ground Rock 19 Rollout Rock Polish Magnitude Rock Throw
Pokemon Geodude Geodude Ground Rock 19 Rollout Rock Polish Magnitude Rock Throw
Pokemon Geodude Geodude Ground Rock 19 Rollout Rock Polish Magnitude Rock Throw
Pokemon Machop Machop Fighting 19 Low Sweep Karate Chop Focus Energy
Hiker Joe Pokemon Onix Onix Ground Rock 20 Rock Tomb Stealth Rock Rage Rock Polish
Pokemon Geodude Geodude Ground Rock 20 Rollout Rock Polish Magnitude Rock Throw
Pokemon Onix Onix Ground Rock 20 Rock Tomb Stealth Rock Rage Rock Polish
Hiker Lucas Pokemon Geodude Geodude Ground Rock 21 Rollout Rock Polish Magnitude Rock Throw
Pokemon Graveler Graveler Ground Rock 21 Rollout Rock Polish Magnitude Rock Throw
Picnicker Leah Pokemon Bellsprout Bellsprout Grass Poison 22 Wrap Poison Powder Stun Spore Sleep Powder
Pokemon Clefairy Clefairy Fairy 22 Wake-Up Slap Follow Me Defense Curl
Picnicker Ariana Pokemon Pidgey Pidgey Normal Flying 19 Gust
Pokemon Rattata Rattata Normal 19 Pursuit Sucker Punch Bite
Pokemon Rattata Rattata Normal 19 Pursuit Sucker Punch
Pokemon Bellsprout Bellsprout Grass Poison 19 Wrap Poison Powder Stun Spore Sleep Powder


Rock Tunnel F2

Kanto Rock Tunnel F2 Map

Rock Tunnel F2

Same type of Pokémon as Rock Tunnel F1, with more trainers here waiting.

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Wild Pokémon of Level 11 - 16 are encountered here:
Pokémon Type Method Rarity Rate
Normal Member Gold Member
Pokemon Zubat Zubat Poison Flying Walking Common 49.66% 49.48%
Pokemon Geodude Geodude Ground Rock Walking Common 49.66% 49.48%
Pokemon Graveler Graveler Ground Rock Walking Rare 0.34% 0.51%
Pokemon Mankey Mankey Fighting Walking Rare 0.34% 0.51%
Pokemon Machop Machop Fighting Walking Extremely Rare 0.004% 0.006%
Pokemon Onix Onix Ground Rock Walking Extremely Rare 0.004% 0.006%
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Trainers Pokémon Type Level Moves
PokéManiac Winston Pokemon Slowpoke Slowpoke Water Psychic 25 Confusion Water Gun Disable Headbutt
Picnicker Martha Pokemon Oddish Oddish Grass Poison 22 Acid Poison Powder Stun Spore Mega Drain
Pokemon Bulbasaur Bulbasaur Grass Poison 22 Take Down
PokéManiac Steve Pokemon Charmander Charmander Fire 22 Ember
Pokemon Cubone Cubone Ground 22 Bonemerang Rage
Hiker Allen Pokemon Geodude Geodude Ground Rock 25 Magnitude Rock Blast Rock Throw
Hiker Eric Pokemon Machop Machop Fighting 20 Low Sweep Karate Chop Focus Energy
Pokemon Onix Onix Ground Rock 20 Rock Tomb Stealth Rock Rage Rock Polish
Picnicker Sofia Pokemon Jigglypuff Jigglypuff Normal Fairy 21 Round Rollout
Pokemon Pidgey Pidgey Normal Flying 21 Gust
Pokemon Meowth Meowth Normal 21 Bite Fake Out Growl
Hiker Dudley Pokemon Geodude Geodude Ground Rock 21 Rollout Rock Polish Rock Throw Magnitude
Pokemon Geodude Geodude Ground Rock 21 Rollout Rock Polish Rock Throw Magnitude
Pokemon Graveler Graveler Ground Rock 21 Rollout Rock Polish Rock Throw Magnitude
PokéManiac Cooper Pokemon Slowpoke Slowpoke Water Psychic 20 Confusion Water Gun Disable
Pokemon Slowpoke Slowpoke Water Psychic 20 Confusion Water Gun Disable
Pokemon Slowpoke Slowpoke Water Psychic 20 Confusion Water Gun Disable


Route 10 (South)

The exit of Rock Tunnel leads here, with a few more Pokémon Trainers to go before getting to the next Pokécenter!

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Trainers Pokémon Type Level Moves
Picnicker Carol Pokemon Pidgey Pidgey Normal Flying 21 Gust
Pokemon Pidgeotto Pidgeotto Normal Flying 21 Gust Sand Attack
Hiker Clark Pokemon Geodude Geodude Ground Rock 21 Rollout Rock Polish Magnitude Rock Throw
Pokemon Onix Onix Ground Rock 21 Rock Tomb Stealth Rock Rage Rock Polish
Hiker Trent Pokemon Onix Onix Ground Rock 19 Rock Tomb Stealth Rock Rage Rock Polish
Pokemon Graveler Graveler Ground Rock 19 Rollout Rock Polish Magnitude Rock Throw
PokéManiac Herman Pokemon Cubone Cubone Ground 20 Rage Bonemerang Bone Club Headbutt
Pokemon Slowpoke Slowpoke Water Psychic 20 Confusion Water Gun Disable


Lavender Town

Kanto Lavender Town Map

Lavender Town

A small town without any gym here, there is currently nothing much to be done here at the moment. However, Lavender Town is the first location where 'Great Ball' is sold in the Pokémart, therefore you can perhaps get your hand on some of these, as they have a slightly higher success rate than 'Poké Ball' in catching Pokémon.

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Item Price
Poke Ball $100
Great Ball $400
Super Potion $500
Revive $1,000
Escape Rope $500
Repel $300
Max Repel $600

There is the famous Lavender Tower in this little town, where Cubone and Ghost-type Pokémon resides in it. The top floor will be out of bound for the time being until you return with a Silph Scope. Before you leave the town, you should catch a Gastly on the third floor of Lavender Tower. Being a Ghost-type, Gastly and its evolution lines are immune to Normal and Fighting-type attack. Besides, its ability Levitate allows it to ignore Ground-type moves too. With its high speed and special attack, it will be of a great help for Saffron Gym and many other battles.

Head west from Lavender Town to reach Route 8.


Route 8

Kanto Route 8 Map

Route 8

At the western end of this path stands the Saffron City entrance but currently, it is blocked off by a guard. Enter the small building at the upper left corner instead, which brings you to an Underground Path that connects to Route 7.

For players who did not choose Charmander as their starter, there is a very small chance for you to catch the Fire-type Growlithe and Vulpix on this route.

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Wild Pokémon of Level 11 - 16 are encountered here:
Pokémon Type Method Rarity Rate
Normal Member Gold Member
Pokemon Pidgey Pidgey Normal Flying Grass Common 87.22% 80.83%
Pokemon Ekans Ekans Poison Grass Uncommon 6% 9%
Pokemon Sandshrew Sandshrew Ground Grass Uncommon 6% 9%
Pokemon Meowth Meowth Normal Grass Rare 0.68% 1.02%
Pokemon Vulpix Vulpix Fire Grass Very Rare 0.05% 0.075%
Pokemon Growlithe Growlithe Fire Grass Very Rare 0.05% 0.075%
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Trainers Pokémon Type Level Moves
Lass Julia Pokemon Clefairy Clefairy Fairy 22 Wake-Up Slap Follow Me Defense Curl
Pokemon Clefairy Clefairy Fairy 22 Wake-Up Slap Follow Me Defense Curl
Gamer Rich Pokemon Growlithe Growlithe Fire 24 Flame Wheel Reversal Take Down Fire Fang
Pokemon Vulpix Vulpix Fire 24 Feint Attack Flame Burst Confuse Ray
Super Nerd Glen Pokemon Grimer Grimer Poison 22 Minimize Mud Bomb Sludge Disable
Pokemon Muk Muk Poison 22 Disable Minimize Mud Bomb Sludge
Pokemon Grimer Grimer Poison 22 Minimize Mud Bomb Sludge Disable
Lass Paige Pokemon Nidoran♀ Nidoran♀ Poison 23 Poison Sting Bite Double Kick Fury Swipes
Pokemon Nidorina Nidorina Poison 23 Bite Double Kick Fury Swipes Poison Sting
Super Nerd Leslie Pokemon Koffing Koffing Poison 26 Smog Poison Gas Smokescreen
Lass Andrea Pokemon Meowth Meowth Normal 24 Bite Fake Out Growl
Pokemon Meowth Meowth Normal 24 Bite Fake Out Growl
Pokemon Meowth Meowth Normal 24 Bite Fake Out Growl
Lass Megan Pokemon Pidgey Pidgey Normal Flying 19 Gust Quick Attack Sand Attack
Pokemon Rattata Rattata Normal 19 Pursuit Sucker Punch Hyper Fang Bite
Pokemon Nidoran♂ Nidoran♂ Poison 19 Poison Sting Double Kick Fury Attack Focus Energy
Pokemon Meowth Meowth Normal 19 Bite Fake Out Growl
Pokemon Pikachu Pikachu Electric 19 Play Nice Electro Ball Quick Attack Thunder Wave
Biker Jaren Pokemon Grimer Grimer Poison 24 Minimize Mud Bomb Sludge Disable
Pokemon Grimer Grimer Poison 24 Minimize Mud Bomb Sludge Disable
Biker Ricardo Pokemon Koffing Koffing Poison 22 Smog Poison Gas Smokescreen