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Tanoby Chambers

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Tanoby Chambers アスカナのせきしつ
Asukana Stone Chambers
"Wild Missingno. appeared!"
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Map description: An ancient ruin that is rumored to be home to a peculiar Pokémon. However, so far, the Pokémon remains an unconfirmed rumor.
Location: Tanoby Ruins
Region: Sevii Islands
Generations: III
Sevii Islands Tanoby Ruins Map.png
Location of Tanoby Chambers in Sevii Islands.
Pokémon world locations

The Tanoby Chambers (Japanese: アスカナのせきしつ Asukana Stone Chambers) are a strange and surreal place, ruins whose purpose has long since been forgotten. However, once the Tanoby Key in Sevault Canyon is completed, Trainers will find the true purpose of these chambers: a home for Unown. From east to west, they are: Monean (Japanese: イレス Ires), Liptoo (Japanese: ナザン Nuzan), Weepth (Japanese: ユゴ Ygo), Dilford (Japanese: アレボカ Areboka), Scufib (Japanese: コトー Kotoh), Rixy (Japanese: アヌザ Anuzu), and Viapois (Japanese: オリフ Orih). The chambers are named after plants. The top band of each of the chambers is a different color.

Pokémon

In order of Chamber from east to west:

  Pokémon     Games     Location     Levels     Rate  
Monean Chamber
201 Unown
FR LG
Cave Cave
25 99%
201QU Unown
FR LG
Cave Cave
25 1%
Liptoo Chamber
201C Unown
FR LG
Cave Cave
25 50%
201D Unown
FR LG
Cave Cave
25 30%
201H Unown
FR LG
Cave Cave
25 14%
201U Unown
FR LG
Cave Cave
25 5%
201O Unown
FR LG
Cave Cave
25 1%
Weepth Chamber
201N Unown
FR LG
Cave Cave
25 60%
201S Unown
FR LG
Cave Cave
25 30%
201I Unown
FR LG
Cave Cave
25 8%
201E Unown
FR LG
Cave Cave
25 2%
Dilford Chamber
201P Unown
FR LG
Cave Cave
25 40%
201J Unown
FR LG
Cave Cave
25 20%
201L Unown
FR LG
Cave Cave
25 20%
201R Unown
FR LG
Cave Cave
25 14%
201Q Unown
FR LG
Cave Cave
25 6%
Scufib Chamber
201Y Unown
FR LG
Cave Cave
25 40%
201G Unown
FR LG
Cave Cave
25 25%
201T Unown
FR LG
Cave Cave
25 20%
201F Unown
FR LG
Cave Cave
25 13%
201K Unown
FR LG
Cave Cave
25 2%
Rixy Chamber
201V Unown
FR LG
Cave Cave
25 50%
201W Unown
FR LG
Cave Cave
25 30%
201X Unown
FR LG
Cave Cave
25 10%
201M Unown
FR LG
Cave Cave
25 8%
201B Unown
FR LG
Cave Cave
25 2%
Viapois Chamber
201Z Unown
FR LG
Cave Cave
25 99%
201EX Unown
FR LG
Cave Cave
25 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.

Layout

Version Monean Chamber Liptoo Chamber Weepth Chamber Dilford Chamber Scufib Chamber Rixy Chamber Viapois Chamber
FireRed Tanoby Ruins Monean Chamber.png Tanoby Ruins Liptoo Chamber.png Tanoby Ruins Weepth Chamber.png Tanoby Ruins Dilford Chamber.png Tanoby Ruins Scufib Chamber.png Tanoby Ruins Rixy Chamber.png Tanoby Ruins Viapois Chamber.png
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In other languages

Tanoby Chambers

Language Title
France Flag.png European French Chambres Tanoby
Germany Flag.png German Tanibo-Kammern
Italy Flag.png Italian Sale Florabeto
Spain Flag.png European Spanish Cámaras Sete


Individual chambers

Language Name Origin
Japanese イレス Ires From 芹 seri, Japanese parsley
ナザン Nuzan From 薺 nazuna, shepherd's purse
ユゴ Ygo From 御形 gogyō, Jersey cudweed
アレボカ Areboka From 繁縷 hakobera, chickweed.
コトー Kotoh From 仏の座 hotokenoza, nipplewort
アヌザ Anuzu From 菘 suzuna, turnip
オリフ Orih From 蘿蔔 suzushiro, Japanese radish.
English Monean Chamber From anemone and one
Liptoo Chamber From tulip and two
Weepth Chamber From pea and three
Dilford Chamber From daffodil and four
Scufib Chamber From hibiscus and five
Rixy Chamber From iris and six
Viapois Chamber From poinsettia and seven
French Chambre Anemune From Anémon (anemone) and un (one)
Chambre Deulipe From deux (two) and Tulipe (tulip)
Chambre Prois From Pois (pea) and trois (three)
Chambre Jonquatre From Jonquille (daffodil) and quatre (four)
Chambre Hibicinq From Hibiscus and cinq (five)
Chambre Irix From Iris and six
Chambre Poinsept From Poinsettia and sept (seven)
German Einamon-Kammer From Eins (one) and Anemone
Pezwulp-Kammer From Zwei (two) and Tulpe (tulip)
Dreiecke-Kammer From Drei (three) and Wicke (sweet pea)
Vierzisse-Kammer From Vier (four) + Narzisse (daffodil)
Fünibisku-Kammer From Fünf (five) and Hibiskus (hibiscus).
Lilechs-Kammer From Lilie (lily) + Sechs (six)
Sieborbia-Kammer From Sieben (seven) + Euphorbia
Italian Sala A-loe From Aloe
Sala B-etulla From Betulla, birch.
Sala C-iclamino From Ciclamino, cyclamen
Sala D-afne From Dafne, Daphne genus.
Sala E-dera From Edera, ivy.
Sala F-elce From Felce, fern.
Sala G-ardenia From Gardenia.
Spanish Cámara Anémuna From anémona (anemone) and uno (one)
Cámara Tulipdos From tulipán (tulip) and dos (two)
Cámara Tristante From tres (three) and guisante (pea)
Cámara Quarciso From cuatro (four) and narciso (daffodil)
Cámara Hibinca From hibisco (hibiscus) and cinco (five)
Cámara Seiris From seis (six) and iris
Cámara Pasiete From Flor de Pascua (poinsettia) and siete (seven)
Korean 이라님 석실 Iranim Seoksil From 미나리 Minari, water dropwort
이그레안 석실 Igeurean Seoksil From 냉이 naengi, shepherd's purse
모스루프 석실 Moseurupeu Seoksil From 헬리크리섬 Helichrysum, the genus for where the Jersey cudweed belong to.
톡크로에 석실 Tokkeuroe Seoksil From 별꽃 byeol-kkot, common chickweed.
루마네즈 석실 Rumanejeu Seoksil From 박조 가리 나물 Bagjo-gali-namul, nipplewort
우무너스 석실 Umuneoseu Seoksil From 순무 Sunmu, turnip.
움노브리 석실 Umnobeuri Seoksil From Raphanus sativus, radish.
Chinese (Taiwan) 依雷斯石室 Yīléisī Shíshì Transliteration of its Japanese name
拿薩石室 Násà Shíshì Transliteration of its Japanese name
尤高石室 Yóugāo Shíshì Transliteration of its Japanese name
艾波加石室 Àibōjiā Shíshì Transliteration of its Japanese name
哥德石室 Gēdé Shíshì Transliteration of its Japanese name
阿魯沙石室 Ālǔshā Shíshì Transliteration of its Japanese name
奧利夫石室 Àolìfū Shíshì Transliteration of its Japanese name
Chinese (Mainland China) 伊莱斯石室 Yīláisī Shíshì Transliteration of its Japanese name
那藏石室 Nàzàng Shíshì Transliteration of its Japanese name
由格石室 Yóugé Shíshì Transliteration of its Japanese name
阿利波卡石室 Ālìbōkǎ Shíshì Transliteration of its Japanese name
科斗石室 Kēdòu Shíshì Transliteration of its Japanese name
阿努泽石室 Ānǔzé Shíshì Transliteration of its Japanese name
澳利弗石室 Àolìfú Shíshì Transliteration of its Japanese name


Sevii Islands
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Settlements
One IslandTwo IslandThree IslandFour IslandFive IslandSix IslandSeven Island
Routes
Treasure BeachKindle RoadCape BrinkBond BridgeThree Isle PortThree Isle PathResort GorgeousWater Labyrinth
Five Isle MeadowMemorial PillarOutcast IslandGreen PathWater PathRuin ValleyTrainer TowerCanyon Entrance
Sevault CanyonTanoby Ruins
Landmarks
Mt. EmberBerry ForestIcefall CaveRocket WarehouseLost CaveAltering CavePattern Bush
Dotted HoleTanoby KeyTanoby ChambersNavel RockBirth Island
Access to
Kanto

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