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'''Faraway Island''' (Japanese: '''さいはてのことう''' ''Utmost Island'') is an island in a distant location from [[Hoenn]], only visitable in {{v2|Emerald}}. Its location appears on the [[Old Sea Map]] and [[Mr. Briney]] returns a favor to the {{player}} by helping {{ga|Brendan|him}} or {{ga|May|her}} sail to this island on the ship moored in [[Lilycove City]].
 
'''Faraway Island''' (Japanese: '''さいはてのことう''' ''Utmost Island'') is an island in a distant location from [[Hoenn]], only visitable in {{v2|Emerald}}. Its location appears on the [[Old Sea Map]] and [[Mr. Briney]] returns a favor to the {{player}} by helping {{ga|Brendan|him}} or {{ga|May|her}} sail to this island on the ship moored in [[Lilycove City]].
   
The background music played here is すてらねぶね [[Pokémon Ruby & Sapphire Music Super Complete|''Abandoned Ship'']], like in [[Southern Island]], another {{pkmn2|event}} location outside of Hoenn accessible in {{game2|Ruby|Sapphire|Emerald}}.
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The background music played here is すてらねぶね ''[[Pokémon Ruby & Sapphire Music Super Complete|Abandoned Ship]]'', like in [[Southern Island]], another {{pkmn2|event}} location outside of Hoenn accessible in {{game2|Ruby|Sapphire|Emerald}}.
   
 
==Sign==
 
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==Pokémon==
 
==Pokémon==
A single {{p|Mew}} is found on this island. Its {{pkmn|battle}} music theme, {{tt|戦闘|せんとう}}! ミュウ [[Pokémon Black 2 & White 2 Super Music Complete|''Battle! Mew'']], is an arrangement of {{tt|戦い|たたかい}} (VS{{tt|伝説|でんせつ}}のポケモン)[[Pokémon FireRed & LeafGreen Music Super Complete|''Battle (VS Legendary Pokémon)'']] from {{game|FireRed and LeafGreen|s}}, which itself is an arrangement of {{tt|戦い|たたかい}} (VS{{tt|野生|やせい}}ポケモン)[[Game Boy Pokémon Sound Collection CD|''Fight (VS Wild Pokémon)'']] from the [[Generation I]] games.
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A single {{p|Mew}} is found on this island. Its {{pkmn|battle}} music theme, {{tt|戦闘|せんとう}}! ミュウ ''[[Pokémon Black 2 & White 2 Super Music Complete|Battle! Mew]]'', is an arrangement of {{tt|戦い|たたかい}} (VS{{tt|伝説|でんせつ}}のポケモン)''[[Pokémon FireRed & LeafGreen Music Super Complete|Battle (VS Legendary Pokémon)]]'' from {{game|FireRed and LeafGreen|s}}, which itself is an arrangement of {{tt|戦い|たたかい}} (VS{{tt|野生|やせい}}ポケモン)''[[Game Boy Pokémon Sound Collection CD|Fight (VS Wild Pokémon)]]'' from the [[Generation I]] games.
   
 
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===In the Pokémon Adventures manga===
 
===In the Pokémon Adventures manga===
 
[[File:Faraway Island Adventures.png|thumb|Faraway Island in [[Pokémon Adventures]]]]
 
[[File:Faraway Island Adventures.png|thumb|Faraway Island in [[Pokémon Adventures]]]]
Faraway Island first appeared in [[PS294|''Mirage is Far Away'']], in which [[Mr. Briney]] reported to [[Kimberly]] that he managed to find the island without the [[Old Sea Map]]. He told her {{p|Mew}} was there but it was alarmed by his presence and flew away from the island.
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Faraway Island first appeared in ''[[PS294|Mirage is Far Away]]'', in which [[Mr. Briney]] reported to [[Kimberly]] that he managed to find the island without the [[Old Sea Map]]. He told her {{p|Mew}} was there but it was alarmed by his presence and flew away from the island.
   
The place later appeared in [[PS335|''The Final Showdown VIII'']], when all the [[rental Pokémon]] at {{gdis|Battle Frontier|III}} were calmed by {{adv|Emerald}} using pellets with soil from the {{OBP|Pokémon|species}}'s birthplace. {{adv|Gold}} explained he was able to affect many different Pokémon using the same soil because it was taken from the home of Mew, who is said to possess the genes of all Pokémon.
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The place later appeared in ''[[PS335|The Final Showdown VIII]]'', when all the [[rental Pokémon]] at {{gdis|Battle Frontier|III}} were calmed by {{adv|Emerald}} using pellets with soil from the {{OBP|Pokémon|species}}'s birthplace. {{adv|Gold}} explained he was able to affect many different Pokémon using the same soil because it was taken from the home of Mew, who is said to possess the genes of all Pokémon.
 
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==Layout==
 
==Layout==

Revision as of 09:36, 30 April 2013

Faraway Island さいはてのことう
Utmost Island
"Wild Missingno. appeared!"
Faraway Island Mew.png
Map description: {{{mapdesc}}}
Location: Far from HoennE
Region: Unknown
Generations: III
Hoenn RSE Map.png
Location of Faraway Island in an unknown region.
Pokémon world locations

Faraway Island (Japanese: さいはてのことう Utmost Island) is an island in a distant location from Hoenn, only visitable in Emerald. Its location appears on the Old Sea Map and Mr. Briney returns a favor to the player by helping him or her sail to this island on the ship moored in Lilycove City.

The background music played here is すてらねぶね Abandoned Ship, like in Southern Island, another event location outside of Hoenn accessible in Pokémon Ruby, Sapphire, and Emerald.

Sign

On the island is a sign with old, fading writing dated the 6th day of a month; in the English localization, this month ends in "ber", but in the Japanese version, it is only known that it is a month name. Also, exclusively in the Japanese version is a remnant of a signature at the end of the message, ジ ji; this is commonly assumed to be Fuji. Whether it refers to Mr. Fuji or Dr. Fuji, both of whom may actually be the same character, is unknown.

Japanese
なんねんも まえに かかれたような ふるい かきおきが ある‥‥

‥‥がつ 6か
ここに たちいる にんげ‥‥が ふたたび ‥‥らわれると すれば こころ やさし‥‥で あらんことを ‥‥こに その ねがいを しるし この ‥‥を あとにする

‥‥
English
The writing is fading as if it was written a long time ago…

“…ber, 6th day
If any human…sets foot here… again…et it be a kindhearted pers… …ith that hope, I depar…”

A possibility for the full text originally written on the sign is:

Japanese
‥‥がつ 6か
ここに たちいる にんげんが ふたたび あらわれると すれば こころ やさしきひとで あらんことを ここに その ねがいを しるし この ちを あとにする

フジ
English
“…ber, 6th day
If any human being sets foot here ever again, let it be a kindhearted person. With that hope, I depart.”

Fuji

Pokémon

A single Mew is found on this island. Its battle music theme, 戦闘! ミュウ Battle! Mew, is an arrangement of 戦い (VS伝説のポケモン)Battle (VS Legendary Pokémon) from Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen, which itself is an arrangement of 戦い (VS野生ポケモン)Fight (VS Wild Pokémon) from the Generation I games.

  Pokémon     Games     Location     Levels     Rate  
Special Pokémon
151 Mew
R S E
Old Sea Map Event
Old Sea Map
30 One
A colored background means that the Pokémon can be found in this location in the specified game. A white background with a colored letter means that the Pokémon cannot be found here.

In the manga

In the Pokémon Adventures manga

Faraway Island in Pokémon Adventures

Faraway Island first appeared in Mirage is Far Away, in which Mr. Briney reported to Kimberly that he managed to find the island without the Old Sea Map. He told her Mew was there but it was alarmed by his presence and flew away from the island.

The place later appeared in The Final Showdown VIII, when all the rental Pokémon at Battle Frontier were calmed by Emerald using pellets with soil from the Pokémon's birthplace. Gold explained he was able to affect many different Pokémon using the same soil because it was taken from the home of Mew, who is said to possess the genes of all Pokémon.

Layout

Version Entrance Interior
Emerald Faraway Island exterior.png Faraway Island interior.png
 

In other languages

Language Title
France Flag.png European French Ile Lointaine
Germany Flag.png German Ferneiland
Italy Flag.png Italian Isola Suprema
South Korea Flag.png Korean 머나먼 고도 Faraway Island
Spain Flag.png European Spanish Isla Suprema


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