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List of locations by index number (Generation III)

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Each location in the Generation III games has its own identification number used internally by the game, mostly to display where a Pokémon was caught. They are enumerated here, in order.

These identification numbers are only used in Generation III, and are not used to determine the location on the status screen of a Pokémon that is migrated to Generation IV—this is instead generated based on the game in which the Pokémon was created, being "Hoenn" for Ruby, Sapphire, and Emerald and "Kanto" for FireRed and LeafGreen.

Locations with index numbers up to 087 appeared in Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire, those with index numbers between 088 and 196 appeared in Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen, and those with index numbers beyond 197 are exclusive to Pokémon Emerald. All games, however, have the locations with index numbers 254 and 255, which correspond to in-game trades and "fateful encounters".

Due to not having been programmed into the games, Pokémon whose "met location" corresponds to index numbers above 087 will display "obtained in a trade" rather than the location name in Ruby and Sapphire. The same is true for Pokémon in FireRed and LeafGreen for Pokémon whose met location index is below 088 or above 195; however, in the trade center, unlike in Ruby and Sapphire, if the trade partner is the original Trainer of the Pokémon whose location does not exist in FireRed and LeafGreen, the game will display the met or hatched location as "Somewhere". In Emerald, however, any Pokémon that was not transferred from Pokémon Colosseum or Pokémon XD will display the correct met area.

Locations shared between Ruby, Sapphire and Emerald, and FireRed and LeafGreen, such as Navel Rock and Altering Cave, have two separate index numbers, one for each region.

# Location
000 Littleroot Town
001 Oldale Town
002 Dewford Town
003 Lavaridge Town
004 Fallarbor Town
005 Verdanturf Town
006 Pacifidlog Town
007 Petalburg City
008 Slateport City
009 Mauville City
010 Rustboro City
011 Fortree City
012 Lilycove City
013 Mossdeep City
014 Sootopolis City
015 Ever Grande City
016 Route 101
017 Route 102
018 Route 103
019 Route 104
020 Route 105
021 Route 106
022 Route 107
023 Route 108
024 Route 109
025 Route 110
026 Route 111
027 Route 112
028 Route 113
029 Route 114
030 Route 115
031 Route 116
032 Route 117
033 Route 118
034 Route 119
035 Route 120
036 Route 121
037 Route 122
038 Route 123
039 Route 124
040 Route 125
041 Route 126
042 Route 127
043 Route 128
044 Route 129
045 Route 130
046 Route 131
047 Route 132
048 Route 133
049 Route 134
050 Underwater (Route 124)
051 Underwater (Route 126)
052 Underwater (Route 127)
053 Underwater (Route 128)
054 Underwater (Sootopolis City)
055 Granite Cave
056 Mt. Chimney
057 Safari Zone
058 Battle TowerRS/Battle FrontierE
059 Petalburg Woods
060 Rusturf Tunnel
061 Abandoned Ship
062 New Mauville
063 Meteor Falls
064 Meteor Falls (Unused)
065 Mt. Pyre
066 Aqua/Magma Hideout
067 Shoal Cave
068 Seafloor Cavern
069 Underwater (Seafloor Cavern)
070 Victory Road
071 Mirage Island
072 Cave of Origin
073 Southern Island
074 Fiery Path
075 Fiery Path
076 Jagged Pass
077 Jagged Pass
078 Sealed Chamber
079 Underwater (Route 134)
080 Scorched Slab
081 Island Cave
082 Desert Ruins
083 Ancient Tomb
084 Inside of Truck
085 Sky Pillar
086 Secret Base
087 Ferry
088 Pallet Town
089 Viridian City
090 Pewter City
091 Cerulean City
092 Lavender Town
093 Vermilion City
094 Celadon City
095 Fuchsia City
096 Cinnabar Island
097 Indigo Plateau
098 Saffron City
099 Route 4 (Pokémon Center)
100 Route 10 (Pokémon Center)
101 Route 1
102 Route 2
103 Route 3
104 Route 4
105 Route 5
106 Route 6
107 Route 7
108 Route 8
109 Route 9
110 Route 10
111 Route 11
112 Route 12
113 Route 13
114 Route 14
115 Route 15
116 Route 16
117 Route 17
118 Route 18
119 Route 19
120 Route 20
121 Route 21
122 Route 22
123 Route 23
124 Route 24
125 Route 25
126 Viridian Forest
127 Mt. Moon
128 S.S. Anne
129 Underground Path (Routes 5-6)
130 Underground Path (Routes 7-8)
131 Diglett's Cave
132 Victory Road
133 Rocket Hideout
134 Silph Co.
135 Pokémon Mansion
136 Safari Zone
137 Pokémon League
138 Rock Tunnel
139 Seafoam Islands
140 Pokémon Tower
141 Cerulean Cave
142 Power Plant
143 One Island
144 Two Island
145 Three Island
146 Four Island
147 Five Island
148 Seven Island
149 Six Island
150 Kindle Road
151 Treasure Beach
152 Cape Brink
153 Bond Bridge
154 Three Isle Port
155 Sevii Isle 6
156 Sevii Isle 7
157 Sevii Isle 8
158 Sevii Isle 9
159 Resort Gorgeous
160 Water Labyrinth
161 Five Isle Meadow
162 Memorial Pillar
163 Outcast Island
164 Green Path
165 Water Path
166 Ruin Valley
167 Trainer Tower (Exterior)
168 Canyon Entrance
169 Sevault Canyon
170 Tanoby Ruins
171 Sevii Isle 22
172 Sevii Isle 23
173 Sevii Isle 24
174 Navel Rock
175 Mt. Ember
176 Berry Forest
177 Icefall Cave
178 Rocket Warehouse
179 Trainer Tower
180 Dotted Hole
181 Lost Cave
182 Pattern Bush
183 Altering Cave
184 Tanoby Chambers
185 Three Isle Path
186 Tanoby Key
187 Birth Island
188 Monean Chamber
189 Liptoo Chamber
190 Weepth Chamber
191 Dilford Chamber
192 Scufib Chamber
193 Rixy Chamber
194 Viapois Chamber
195 Ember Spa
196 Celadon Dept.*
197 Aqua Hideout
198 Magma Hideout
199 Mirage Tower
200 Birth Island
201 Faraway Island
202 Artisan Cave
203 Marine Cave
204 Underwater (Marine Cave)
205 Terra Cave
206 Underwater (Marine Cave)
207 Underwater (Marine Cave)
208 Underwater (Marine Cave)
209 Desert Underpass
210 Altering Cave
211 Navel Rock
212 Trainer Hill
254 In-game trade
255 Fateful encounter


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