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Kanto Route 11

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Route 11 is an east-west route located in southeastern Kanto. Its western terminus is at Vermilion City and its eastern terminus is at the Silence Bridge, better known as Route 12. Just east of Vermilion, Route 11 meets the southern portal of Diglett's Cave, a major cave route connecting southeast Kanto with Pewter City and the remainder of western Kanto.

Route description

From its junction with Route 12, Route 11 passes over a short bridge before heading west through a clearing in the forest that lines the west side of Route 12. The route becomes more built-up as it approaches a lookout station, becoming fenced on each side. This station is seen by some as the eastern terminus of Route 11.

Inside of the station in Generation I and Generation III, trainers who have collected data on 30 or more Pokémon species in their Pokédex will be able to obtain the Itemfinder from one of Professor Oak's aides. Also, in Generation III, a trainer will trade a Nidorina or a Nidorino for the Pokémon of the opposite gender. The Pokémon requested varies by version. In Generation II, the lookout station has been torn down.

West of the station, the route is completely surrounded by grass patches. To avoid encounters with wild Pokémon, trainers can follow beaten dirt paths through the field. The first such path begins just west of the lookout station. The path turns south before resuming a westward alignment and turning north to intersect a short path that travels to the west. The main path continues north, then west to come to a near four-way intersection. The north and south paths ultimately lead to a dead end surrounded by grass while the west path continues toward Vermilion.

Several paces west of the four-way intersection is another three-way junction. The two routes, which isolate a small patch of grass from the rest of the route, rejoin east of Diglett's Cave. In Generation I and Generation III, the route runs along the north bank of a narrow channel as it meets the southern portal of Diglett's Cave and enters Vermilion. In Generation II, however, the junction that rejoins the two routes is located just east of the Vermilion City limits. The river is also non-existent and Diglett's Cave actually emerges in east Vermilion.

Items

Generation I

  • Itemfinder: from Professor Oak's aide in the lookout station
  • Escape Rope: hidden in rock just above watch tower

Generation II

  • Berry: from the berry tree in the northeast corner of the route
  • Revive: hidden in the rock under the Berry tree

Generation III

  • Awakening: in the northwest corner of the route
  • Great Ball: directly south of the lookout station
  • Itemfinder: from Professor Oak's aide in the lookout station
  • X Defend: in a grass patch in the center of the route
  • Escape Rope: hidden in the rock above the watch tower

Pokémon

Generation I

Pokémon Games Location Levels Rate


016 Pidgey R B Y Grass 16-18 40%


017 Pidgeotto R B Y Grass 18-20 10%


019 Rattata R B Y Grass 15-17 25%


020 Raticate R B Y Grass 17 1%


021 Spearow R B Y Grass 13-17 30%


023 Ekans R B Y Grass 12-15 45%


027 Sandshrew R B Y Grass 12-15 45%


096 Drowzee R B Y Grass 9-15 25%


096 Drowzee R B Y Grass 15-19 24%


072 Tentacool R B Y Fishing 10-20 90%


090 Shellder R B Y Fishing 15 50%


098 Krabby R B Y Fishing 15 50%


116 Horsea R B Y Fishing 5 10%


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.

Generation II

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Pokémon Games Location Levels Rate
All times


019 Rattata G S C Grass 15 30%


081 Magnemite G S C Grass 15 20%


096 Drowzee G S C Grass 14, 16 40%


097 Hypno G S C Grass 16 10%
Morning


017 Pidgeotto G S C Grass 16 10%


019 Rattata G S C Grass 16 5%


020 Raticate G S C Grass 13 30%


187 Hoppip G S C Grass 14, 16 35%
Day


017 Pidgeotto G S C Grass 16 10%


019 Rattata G S C Grass 16 5%


020 Raticate G S C Grass 13 30%


187 Hoppip G S C Grass 14, 16 35%
Night


020 Raticate G S C Grass 16 5%


052 Meowth G S C Grass 13 30%


096 Drowzee G S C Grass 14 30%


097 Hypno G S C Grass 16 5%


164 Noctowl G S C Grass 16 10%


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.

Generation III

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Pokémon Games Location Levels Rate


021 Spearow FR LG Grass 13, 15, 17 35%


023 Ekans FR LG Grass 12, 14, 15 40%


027 Sandshrew FR LG Grass 12, 14, 15 40%


096 Drowzee FR LG Grass 11, 13, 15 25%
Surfing and Fishing


072 Tentacool FR LG Surfing 5-40 100%


129 Magikarp FR LG Old Rod 5 100%


098 Krabby FR LG Good Rod 5-15 20%


098 Krabby FR LG Good Rod 5-15 60%


116 Horsea FR LG Good Rod 5-15 60%


116 Horsea FR LG Good Rod 5-15 20%


129 Magikarp FR LG Good Rod 5-15 20%


054 Psyduck FR LG Super Rod 25-35 1%


079 Slowpoke FR LG Super Rod 25-35 1%


098 Krabby FR LG Super Rod 15-35 84%


116 Horsea FR LG Super Rod 15-35 84%


130 Gyarados FR LG Super Rod 15-25 15%


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.

Trainers

Generation III

Trainer Pokémon
Youngster Eddie
Youngster Eddie
ヤスユキ Yasuyuki
Reward: PokémonDollar.png336
023 Ekans Lv.21
No item
Gamer Hugo
Gamer Hugo
カンジ Kanji
Reward: PokémonDollar.png1296
060 Poliwag Lv.18
No item
116 Horsea Lv.18
No item
Engineer Bernie
Engineer Bernie
ノブヒコ Nobuhiko
Reward: PokémonDollar.png864
081 Magnemite Lv.18
No item
081 Magnemite Lv.18
No item
082 Magneton Lv.18
No item
Youngster Dave
Youngster Dave
シンタ Shinta
Reward: PokémonDollar.png288
032 Nidoran♂ Lv.18
No item
033 Nidorino Lv.18
No item
Youngster Dillon
Youngster Dillon
ヨシト Yoshito
Reward: PokémonDollar.png304
027 Sandshrew Lv.19
No item
041 Zubat Lv.19
No item
Gamer Jasper
Gamer Jasper
モキチ Mikichi
Reward: PokémonDollar.png1296
069 Bellsprout Lv.18
No item
043 Oddish Lv.18
No item
Engineer Braxton
Engineer Braxton
ヨシオ Yoshio
Reward: PokémonDollar.png1008
081 Magnemite Lv.21
No item
Gamer Darian
Gamer Darian
ケンキチ Kenkichi
Reward: PokémonDollar.png1296
058 Growlithe Lv.18
No item
037 Vulpix Lv.18
No item
Youngster Yasu
Youngster Yasu
ヒロノブ Hironobu
Reward: PokémonDollar.png272
019 Rattata Lv.17
No item
019 Rattata Lv.17
No item
020 Raticate Lv.17
No item
Gamer Dirk
Gamer Dirk
ヨリト Yorito
Reward: PokémonDollar.png1296
100 Voltorb Lv.18
No item
081 Magnemite Lv.18
No item
Trainers with a Vs. Seeker by their names, when alerted for a rematch using the item, may use higher-level Pokémon.

Differences among generations

Generations I and III

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Route 11 in Generation I.

At the east end of Route 11 is a sleeping Snorlax, blocking not only Route 11 but also Route 12. To move it, a trainer must play the Poké Flute to awaken the Pokémon.

Generation II

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Route 11 in Generation II.

In the most noticeable change, the number of trainers on the route had been slashed from ten to four. Some of their Pokémon have also been changed. For example, Youngster Dillon, who had a Sandshrew and a Zubat in Generation I (and later in Generation III), now has a Sandslash and a Crobat. Just as noticeable is the removal of the lookout station on the east end of Route 11 and the moving of Diglett's Cave from Route 11 to Vermilion. Snorlax was also relocated from Route 12 to the entrance to Diglett's Cave. To move it, trainers had to use a PokéGear tuned to the PokéFlute Channel, as the Poké Flute did not exist in Generation II.

Trivia

See also


Kanto
Boulder Badge.png Cascade Badge.png Thunder Badge.png Rainbow Badge.png Soul Badge.png Marsh Badge.png Volcano Badge.png Earth Badge.png
Settlements
Pallet TownViridian CityPewter CityCerulean CityVermilion CityLavender Town
Celadon CitySaffron CityFuchsia CityCinnabar IslandIndigo Plateau
Routes
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Landmarks
Professor Oak's LaboratoryViridian ForestDiglett's CavePewter Museum of ScienceMt. Moon (Square) • Cerulean Cave
Underground Path (Kanto Routes 5-6)Underground Path (Kanto Routes 7-8)S.S. AnneS.S. AquaSea CottageRock Tunnel
Power PlantCycling RoadRocket HideoutSilph Co.Magnet TrainPokémon TowerSafari Zone/Pal Park
Seafoam IslandsPokémon MansionPokémon LabPokémon League Reception GateVictory RoadTohjo Falls
Access to
Sevii IslandsJohto
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