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In [[Generation II]], the route was shortened by roughly 30%, and the corner between it and [[Route 10]] belonged to it instead of belonging to Route 10 as it does in Generation I and III, making the north entrance to the [[Rock Tunnel]] placed practically in this route by three steps. Interestly, the only way to enter the cave is entering [[Route 10]] as the half of the [[Pokémon Center]] blocks the way. Also, all items were removed from the route and the number of trainers was reduced to six. However, five of the six remained in positions occupied by trainers in the other [[Generation]]s.
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In [[Generation II]], the route was shortened by roughly 30%, and the corner between it and [[Route 10]] belonged to it instead of belonging to Route 10 as it does in Generation I and III, making the north entrance to the [[Rock Tunnel]] placed practically in this route by three steps. Interestly, the only way to enter the cave is entering [[Route 10]] as the half of the [[Pokémon Center]] blocks the way. Also, almost all items were removed from the route and the number of trainers was reduced to six. However, five of the six remained in positions occupied by trainers in the other [[Generation]]s.
   
 
===Generation IV===
 
===Generation IV===

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Route 9 is an east-west route located east of Cerulean City in northeast Kanto. It is one of the few routes in the Pokémon world that is not easily accessible at one of its termini. To reach Route 9 from Cerulean, trainers must either use Cut to remove a tree at the southern extent of the city to reach a pathway that links Route 5 to Route 9 or travel through a burglarized house to reach the same pathway. Either way, Route 9 is separated from Cerulean by a Cut-able tree at its western terminus. Its eastern terminus is at Route 10 north of the Power Plant.

Route description

Heading east from Cerulean, the route quickly utilizes the rocky terrain of the area, hopping down a ledge and passing a trainer, making this portion of the route a one way, eastbound only passage. Turning east, the route passes an opening to the south that leads to another trainer and TM30 (Teleport) in Generation I, or TM40 (Aerial Ace) in Generation III. Moving away from the passage, Route 9 comes to a four-way intersection. To the north is the one way, westbound only passage that returns to Cerulean and is occupied by two trainers and a grassy area containing wild Pokémon. To the south is a long passage that ultimately results in a dead end, containing one trainer and a Burn Heal in Generation III. The main path of Route 9 takes the east fork.

To the east of two hills connected by ledges, the route turns north into the path of another trainer. The route also comes to a three-way intersection here, with a fork to the west leading to yet another trainer and a small patch of grass. Route 9 continues northward, turning east, passing another trainer and turning south to the northeast of another small hill. After hopping another ledge that makes the passage east of the four-way intersection a one way, eastbound only path (and which utilizes the dead end passage, which is bordered to its north by a ledge for most of its length, as the westbound only path), the path crosses ways with another trainer as it turns east.

Just east of the trainer is a pair of ledges that allow trainers heading west from the Rock Tunnel to reach the four-way intersection that ultimately leads to Cerulean. Farther east, the route comes to an end at the western extent of a large grassy area, at which the path becomes Route 10.

In Generation I, to get to Lavender Town and Celadon City, the main character would have to travel the length of the route to reach the Rock Tunnel on Route 10.

Items

Item Location Games

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Pokémon

Generation I

Pokémon Games Location Levels Rate


019 Rattata R B Y Grass 14-17 45%


019 Rattata R B Y Grass 18 15%


032 Nidoran♂ R B Y Grass 16-18 35%


021 Spearow R B Y Grass 13-17 30%


021 Spearow R B Y Grass 17 10%


023 Ekans R B Y Grass 11-17 25%


027 Sandshrew R B Y Grass 11-17 25%


029 Nidoran♀ R B Y Grass 16-18 25%


030 Nidorina R B Y Grass 18 5%


033 Nidorino R B Y Grass 18 5%


020 Raticate R B Y Grass 20 4%


022 Fearow R B Y Grass 19 1%


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


056 Mankey G S C Grass 13 30%


019 Rattata G S C Grass 15 30%


057 Primeape G S C Grass 15 5%
Morning


019 Rattata G S C Grass 15 30%


019 Rattata G S C Grass 13 30%


021 Spearow G S C Grass 13 20%


021 Spearow G S C Grass 13-15 50%


021 Spearow G S C Grass 15 30%


020 Raticate G S C Grass 15 10%


020 Raticate G S C Grass 15 15%


020 Raticate G S C Grass 15 20%


022 Fearow G S C Grass 15 5%


022 Fearow G S C Grass 15 15%


105 Marowak G S C Grass 18 5%
Day


019 Rattata G S C Grass 15 30%


019 Rattata G S C Grass 13 30%


021 Spearow G S C Grass 13 20%


021 Spearow G S C Grass 13-15 50%


021 Spearow G S C Grass 15 30%


020 Raticate G S C Grass 15 10%


020 Raticate G S C Grass 15 15%


020 Raticate G S C Grass 15 20%


022 Fearow G S C Grass 15 5%


022 Fearow G S C Grass 15 15%


105 Marowak G S C Grass 18 5%
Night


019 Rattata G S C Grass 13-15 40%


019 Rattata G S C Grass 13-15 70%


048 Venonat G S C Grass 15 30%


020 Raticate G S C Grass 15 25%


020 Raticate G S C Grass 15 30%


020 Raticate G S C Grass 15-18 25%


049 Venomoth G S C Grass 15 10%


041 Zubat G S C Grass 15 5%
Surfing and Fishing


118 Goldeen G S C Surfing 10-19 90%


119 Seaking G S C Surfing 15-19 10%


129 Magikarp G S C Old Rod 10 85%


118 Goldeen G S C Old Rod 10 15%


118 Goldeen G S C Good Rod 20 65%


129 Magikarp G S C Good Rod 20 35%


118 Goldeen G S C Super Rod 40 70%


129 Magikarp G S C Super Rod 40 20%


119 Seaking G S C Super Rod 40 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

Pokémon Games Location Levels Rate


019 Rattata FR LG Grass 14-17 40%


021 Spearow FR LG Grass 13-17 35%


023 Ekans FR LG Grass 11-17 25%


027 Sandshrew FR LG Grass 11-17 25%


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 IV

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Pokémon Games Location Levels Rate
All times


056 Mankey HG SS Grass 13 30%


057 Primeape HG SS Grass 15 5%
Morning


019 Rattata HG SS Grass 15 30%


019 Rattata HG SS Grass 13 30%


021 Spearow HG SS Grass 13 20%


021 Spearow HG SS Grass 13-15 50%


020 Raticate HG SS Grass 15 10%


020 Raticate HG SS Grass 15 15%


022 Fearow HG SS Grass 15 5%
Day


019 Rattata HG SS Grass 15 30%


019 Rattata HG SS Grass 13 30%


021 Spearow HG SS Grass 13 20%


021 Spearow HG SS Grass 13-15 50%


020 Raticate HG SS Grass 15 10%


020 Raticate HG SS Grass 15 15%


022 Fearow HG SS Grass 15 5%
Night


019 Rattata HG SS Grass 15 40%


019 Rattata HG SS Grass 13-15 70%


020 Raticate HG SS Grass 13-15 25%


020 Raticate HG SS Grass 13-15 30%
Surfing and Fishing


118 Goldeen HG SS Surfing 10-15 90%


119 Seaking HG SS Surfing 15 10%


129 Magikarp HG SS Old Rod 10 95%


118 Goldeen HG SS Old Rod 10 5%


118 Goldeen HG SS Good Rod 20 60%


129 Magikarp HG SS Good Rod 20 40%


118 Goldeen HG SS Super Rod 40 90%


129 Magikarp HG SS Super Rod 40 7%


119 Seaking HG SS Super Rod 40 3%
Special Pokémon


302 Sableye HG SS Swarms Unknown Unknown


303 Mawile HG SS Swarms Unknown Unknown


264 Linoone HG SS Hoenn Sound Unknown Unknown


293 Whismur HG SS Hoenn Sound Unknown Unknown


399 Bidoof HG SS Sinnoh Sound Unknown Unknown


418 Buizel HG SS Sinnoh Sound Unknown Unknown


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 I

Trainer Pokémon
Jr. Trainer
Jr. Trainer
Reward: PokémonDollar.png360
043 Oddish Lv.18
No item
069 Bellsprout Lv.18
No item
043 Oddish Lv.18
No item
069 Bellsprout Lv.18
No item
Hiker
Hiker
Reward: PokémonDollar.png700
066 Machop Lv.20
No item
095 Onix Lv.20
No item
Bug Catcher
Bug Catcher
Reward: PokémonDollar.png190
015 Beedrill Lv.19
No item
015 Beedrill Lv.19
No item
Jr. Trainer RB
Jr. Trainer RB
Reward: PokémonDollar.png420
058 Growlithe Lv.21
No item
004 Charmander Lv.21
No item
Youngster Y
Youngster Y
Reward: PokémonDollar.png360
027 Sandshrew Lv.24
No item
Hiker
Hiker
Reward: PokémonDollar.png735
074 Geodude Lv.21
No item
095 Onix Lv.21
No item
Bug Catcher
Bug Catcher
Reward: PokémonDollar.png190
010 Caterpie Lv.20
No item
013 Weedle Lv.20
No item
048 Venonat Lv.20
No item
Jr. Trainer
Jr. Trainer
Reward: PokémonDollar.png380
019 Rattata Lv.19
No item
050 Diglett Lv.19
No item
023 Ekans Lv.19
No item
027 Sandshrew Lv.19
No item
Hiker
Hiker
Reward: PokémonDollar.png700
074 Geodude Lv.20
No item
066 Machop Lv.20
No item
074 Geodude Lv.20
No item
Jr. Trainer
Jr. Trainer
Reward: PokémonDollar.png460
052 Meowth Lv.23
No item

Generation II

Trainer Pokémon
Picnicker Edna
Picnicker Edna
キミエ Kimie
Reward: PokémonDollar.png720
030 Nidorina Lv.30
No item
026 Raichu Lv.34
No item
Camper Sid
Camper Sid
リョウスケ Ryōsuke
Reward: PokémonDollar.png640
051 Dugtrio Lv.32
No item
062 Poliwrath Lv.29
No item
057 Primeape Lv.29
No item
Camper Dean
Camper Dean
ユウト Yūto
Reward: PokémonDollar.png672
055 Golduck Lv.33
No item
028 Sandslash Lv.31
No item
Hiker Tim
Hiker Tim
マサミチ Masamichi
Reward: PokémonDollar.png1344
075 Graveler Lv.31
No item
075 Graveler Lv.31
No item
075 Graveler Lv.31
No item
Picnicker Heidi
Picnicker Heidi
リカコ Rikako
Reward: PokémonDollar.png688
188 Skiploom Lv.32
No item
188 Skiploom Lv.32
No item
Hiker Sidney
Hiker Sidney
タカアキ Takaaki
Reward: PokémonDollar.png1440
095 Onix Lv.32
No item
051 Dugtrio Lv.34
No item
Trainers with a telephone symbol by their names will give their Pokégear number to the player, and may call or be called for a rematch with higher-level Pokémon.

Generation III

Trainer Pokémon
Picnicker Alicia
Picnicker Alicia
エミカ Emika
Reward: PokémonDollar.png360
043 Oddish Lv.18
No item
069 Bellsprout Lv.18
No item
043 Oddish Lv.18
No item
069 Bellsprout Lv.18
No item
Hiker Jeremy
Hiker Jeremy
ナルオ Naruo
Reward: PokémonDollar.png720
066 Machop Lv.20
No item
095 Onix Lv.20
No item
Hiker Alan
Hiker Alan
マサノリ Masanori
Reward: PokémonDollar.png756
074 Geodude Lv.21
No item
095 Onix Lv.21
No item
Bug Catcher Conner
Bug Catcher Conner
ヒロミチ Hiromichi
Reward: PokémonDollar.png240
010 Caterpie Lv.20
No item
013 Weedle Lv.20
No item
048 Venonat Lv.20
No item
Camper Drew
Camper Drew
ノリヒロ Norihiro
Reward: PokémonDollar.png380
019 Rattata Lv.19
No item
027 Sandshrew Lv.19
No item
023 Ekans Lv.19
No item
027 Sandshrew Lv.19
No item
Camper Chris
Camper Chris
マサシ Masashi
Reward: PokémonDollar.png420
058 Growlithe Lv.21
No item
004 Charmander Lv.21
No item
Bug Catcher Brent
Bug Catcher Brent
ヨウイチ Yōichi
Reward: PokémonDollar.png228
015 Beedrill Lv.19
No item
015 Beedrill Lv.19
No item
Hiker Brice
Hiker Brice
ハルノブ Harunobu
Reward: PokémonDollar.png720
074 Geodude Lv.20
No item
074 Geodude Lv.20
No item
066 Machop Lv.20
No item
Picnicker Caitlin
Picnicker Caitlin
サチエ Sachie
Reward: PokémonDollar.png460
052 Meowth Lv.23
No item
Trainers with a Vs. Seeker by their names, when alerted for a rematch using the item, may use higher-level Pokémon.

Generation IV

Trainer Pokémon
Picnicker Edna
Picnicker Edna
キミエ Kimie
Reward: PokémonDollar.png720
030 Nidorina Lv.41
No item
026 Raichu Lv.45
No item
Camper Sid
Camper Sid
リョウスケ Ryōsuke
Reward: PokémonDollar.png640
051 Dugtrio Lv.43
No item
062 Poliwrath Lv.40
No item
057 Primeape Lv.40
No item
Camper Dean
Camper Dean
ユウト Yūto
Reward: PokémonDollar.png672
055 Golduck Lv.44
No item
028 Sandslash Lv.42
No item
Hiker Eoin
Hiker Eoin
マサミチ Masamichi
Reward: PokémonDollar.png1344
075 Graveler Lv.42
No item
075 Graveler Lv.42
No item
075 Graveler Lv.42
No item
Picnicker Heidi
Picnicker Heidi
リカコ Rikako
Reward: PokémonDollar.png688
188 Skiploom Lv.43
No item
188 Skiploom Lv.43
No item
Hiker Clarke
Hiker Clarke
タカアキ Takaaki
Reward: PokémonDollar.png1440
095 Onix Lv.43
No item
051 Dugtrio Lv.45
No item
Trainers with a telephone symbol by their names will give their Pokégear number to the player, and may call or be called for a rematch with higher-level Pokémon.

Differences among generations

Generations I and III

Only a few cosmetic changes are present between Generations I and III. The normal tree on the side of the cuttable tree in the west of the route is changed to a fence and the same kind of tree south of the nearly tall grass is changed to a rock. Some hills are bigger, and all of them are made taller in FireRed and LeafGreen, adding another hill above. Also, the flowers in the west entrance are replaced by trees.

Generation II

In Generation II, the route was shortened by roughly 30%, and the corner between it and Route 10 belonged to it instead of belonging to Route 10 as it does in Generation I and III, making the north entrance to the Rock Tunnel placed practically in this route by three steps. Interestly, the only way to enter the cave is entering Route 10 as the half of the Pokémon Center blocks the way. Also, almost all items were removed from the route and the number of trainers was reduced to six. However, five of the six remained in positions occupied by trainers in the other Generations.

Generation IV

Many changes are made in this route. The cuttable tree is removed, the tall grass in the west side is sigthly moved to the south, the shape of the same grass is also different, the ledge north of the signpost is removed, as a new ledge is added near the center grass, and a hill is added to the route to give it a more in-depth feel. South of the east tall grass, a new fence with four cuttable trees is added replacing the ledge north of the Poké Center, one of these trees not being necesary to pass through the grass. Like in Gold, Silver and Crystal, the corner between it and Route 10 belonged to this route; however, this time the Rock Tunnel entrance is not placed in the route.

For decorative purposes, rocks are added in some hills, as are the flowers near the Pokémon Center and two more hills in the east river. This river is not a dead end to the north like in previous generations; this time the water goes north, but it's still impossible to advance due to rocks blocking the way. The west-to-east part of the river is significantly shortened. Also, the trees in the west entrance are replaced by an extension of the south hill.

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Generation I
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Generation II
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Generation III
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Generation IV

Trivia

  • In Pokémon Yellow, close to where the player enters Route 9 from Cerulean City, there is a Youngster. After defeating him he says he will have to start his "100-match winning streak" again; this is implying that this trainer is A.J. from The Path to the Pokémon League.
  • The fence with the trees mentioned above is very similar to the tree barricade between the Pokémon Center and the Rock Tunnel in Route 10 in Generations I and III.
File:Barricade and fence comparasion.png
The fence and the tree barricade.

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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