Poké Spot

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Poké Spot ポケスポット
Poké Spot
"Wild Missingno. appeared!"
Cave Poké Spot XD.png
Map description: A rough and rocky Poké Spot where wild Pokémon appear.Rock
A lush, oasis-like Poké Spot where wild Pokémon appear.Oasis
A dark and damp Poké Spot where wild Pokémon appear.Cave
Location: Eastern OrreRock
Middle of OrreOasis
Northern OrreCave
Region: Orre
Generations: III
Orre Cave Poké Spot Map.png
Location of Poké Spot in Orre.
Pokémon world locations
The Poké Spot Monitor keeping tabs on the Poké Spots

Poké Spots (Japanese: ポケスポット Poké Spot) are locations in Orre where wild Pokémon can be battled and caught. Since the majority of Orre is a wasteland, it does not have the abundance of wild Pokémon found in other regions and thus Poké Spots are rare, with only three known to exist. The three Poké Spots are called the Rock Poké Spot, the Oasis Poké Spot and the Cave Poké Spot. The Pokémon found at the three spots loosely correspond to the terrain of the spot.

Wild Pokémon are only lured into the open at a Poké Spot if Poké Snacks are left there. Up to ten Poké Snacks can be left at any one spot, and they will slowly be eaten away if a wild Pokémon arrives. During this period, Michael will be notified of activity at the Poké Spot by his P★DA. If he arrives before all the Poké Snacks are eaten, he can battle the wild Pokémon.

There is a 10% chance that, in lieu of a wild Pokémon, the Munchlax owned by the Herb Shop owner from Gateon Port will arrive at a Poké Spot and start to eat the Poké Snacks. Instead of battling the Munchlax, its Trainer will arrive as well, giving Michael 10 Poké Snacks to compensate any the Munchlax may have eaten, along with a random herbal medicine as a token of apology. The runaway Bonsly also has a 30% chance to appear at a Poké Spot after having been scared off the S.S. Libra by Michael's P★DA ringtone. The Bonsly can be returned to its Trainer using the same tactics attempted aboard the S.S. Libra: by approaching it slowly. Once Bonsly is returned, it will no longer appear at any of the Poké Spots.

Items

Item Location Games
None Poké Snack ×10 Received from Duking upon entering the Rock Poké Spot  XD 
None Poké Spot Monitor Received from Duking upon entering the Rock Poké Spot  XD 
None Miror Radar Dropped by Folly and Trudly after defeating Miror B.  XD 
None Poké Snack ×10 Received as a token of apology from the Herb Shop owner if her Munchlax eats the player's bait  XD 
Heal Powder Heal Powder Received as a token of apology from the Herb Shop owner if her Munchlax eats the player's bait (one herb selected at random)  XD 
Energy Powder EnergyPowder Received as a token of apology from the Herb Shop owner if her Munchlax eats the player's bait (one herb selected at random)  XD 
Energy Root Energy Root Received as a token of apology from the Herb Shop owner if her Munchlax eats the player's bait (one herb selected at random)  XD 
Revival Herb Revival Herb Received as a token of apology from the Herb Shop owner if her Munchlax eats the player's bait (one herb selected at random)  XD 

List of Poké Spots

Rock Poké Spot

Rock Poké Spot

Found in the eastern portion of Orre, close to the Outskirt Stand, this Poké Spot is a small desert clearing surrounded by canyon cliffs. When Michael is not battling here this Poké Spot is bordered on the left by a cliff that overhangs part of the Poké Spot and to the right by several large rocks. From the entrance to the center is a brick sidewalk. In the center is the platform for the placement of Poké Snacks.

Three Pokémon can be found here:

Pokémon Levels Rate
Menu XD 027.png Sandshrew 10-23 50%
Menu XD 207.png Gligar 10-20 35%
Menu XD 328.png Trapinch 10-20 15%

Oasis Poké Spot

Oasis Poké Spot

Found in the western portion of Orre, close to Pyrite Town, this Poké Spot is a small peninsula with rich flora that is an oasis in the middle of the desert. When Michael is not battling here, this Poké Spot is circular and almost entirely surrounded by water. Bordering the edge of the Oasis Poké Spot is a circle of grass dotted with several rocks and five palm trees. Inside the circle of grass are smaller concentric circles of sand and grass in a pattern similar to a Poké Ball with a stone platform at the center for the placement of Poké Snacks.

Three Pokémon can be found here:

Pokémon Levels Rate
Menu XD 187.png Hoppip 10-20 50%
Menu XD 231.png Phanpy 10-20 35%
Menu XD 283.png Surskit 10-20 15%

Cave Poké Spot

Cave Poké Spot

Found in the northern portion of Orre, on the side of Mt. Battle, this Poké Spot is a small area in a cavern full of stalagmites and stalactites. Similar to the other two Poké Spots, there is a platform in the center for the placement of Poké Snacks. Also, Michael's first encounter with Miror B. is here.

Three Pokémon can be found here:

Pokémon Levels Rate
Menu XD 041.png Zubat 10-21 50%
Menu XD 304.png Aron 10-21 35%
Menu XD 194.png Wooper 10-21 15%

Trainers



Trivia

  • Due to games set in Orre replacing the "Run" option in battle with "Call", it is impossible to run away from wild Pokémon except by using Teleport, or by forcing the wild Pokémon out of the battle via Roar or Whirlwind.
    • This is also the only circumstance in which Teleport can be successfully used in the Orre region.
  • Shiny Pokémon that appear at Poké Spots will appear as Shiny in the overworld prior to the battle beginning. However, they will not sparkle at the beginning of the encounter like wild Shiny Pokémon do in other games.

In other languages

Language Title
France Flag.png French Poké Place
Germany Flag.png German PokéPlatz
Italy Flag.png Italian Riserva Pokémon
Spain Flag.png Spanish Poké Espacio

Rock Poké Spot

Language Title
Japan Flag.png Japanese 岩場のポケスポット Rocky Poké Spot
France Flag.png French Poké Place Roche
Germany Flag.png German Wüsten-Platz
Italy Flag.png Italian Riserva Rocciosa
Spain Flag.png Spanish Poké Espacio Roca

Oasis Poké Spot

Language Title
Japan Flag.png Japanese オアシスのポケスポット Oasis Poké Spot
France Flag.png French Poké Place Oasis
Germany Flag.png German Oasen-Platz
Italy Flag.png Italian Riserva Tropicale
Spain Flag.png Spanish Poké Espacio Remanso

Cave Poké Spot

Language Title
Japan Flag.png Japanese 洞窟のポケスポット Cave Poké Spot
France Flag.png French Poké Place Grotte
Germany Flag.png German Höhlen-Platz
Italy Flag.png Italian Riserva Sotterranea
Spain Flag.png Spanish Poké Espacio Cueva



Orre
Box Colo 250.png Box Colo 196.png Box XD 133.png Box Colo 197.png Box XD 249S.png
Cities
Phenac CityPyrite TownThe UnderAgate VillageGateon Port
Landmarks
Pokémon HQ LabKaminko's HousePyrite BldgONBSPyrite CaveRelic CaveRelic StonePoké Spot
Cipher LabThe Under SubwayS.S. LibraEclo CanyonSnagem HideoutCipher Key LairCitadark IsleOutskirt Stand
Colosseums
Phenac StadiumPrestige Precept CenterPyrite ColosseumUnder Colosseum
Realgam ColosseumDeep ColosseumOrre Colosseum
Tournament areas
Mt. BattleRealgam Tower

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