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'''Artisan Cave''' (Japanese: '''アトリエのあな''' ''[[Wiktionary:atelier|Atelier]] Hole'') is a long cave connecting one end of the Battle Frontier to the other. The entrance is near the {{DL|Battle Frontier (Generation III)|Battle Palace}} and the exit is right next to the {{DL|Battle Frontier (Generation III)|Battle Tower}}.
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'''Artisan Cave''' (Japanese: '''アトリエのあな''' ''{{wp|Atelier}} Hole'') is a long cave connecting one end of the {{gdis|Battle Frontier|III}} to the other. The entrance is near the [[Battle Palace]] and the exit is right next to the {{gdis|Battle Tower|III}}. It only appears in {{game|Emerald}}.
   
 
==Geography==
 
==Geography==
The cave is two levels high, contains several stat-boosting items, and the only wild Pokémon found inside is {{p|Smeargle}}. This is the only area in the third generation [[main series]] games (other than via the unused [[Altering Cave]] event) where the player can find Smeargle.
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The cave is two levels high, contains several stat-boosting items, and the only [[wild Pokémon]] found inside is {{p|Smeargle}}. This is the only area in the third generation [[core series]] games (other than via the unused [[Altering Cave]] event) where the {{player}} can find Smeargle.
   
 
==Items==
 
==Items==
 
{{itlisth|cave}}
 
{{itlisth|cave}}
{{itlistbod|Zinc|On a rock ''(hidden)''|E|display={{DL|Vitamin|Zinc}}}}
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{{Itemlist|Iron|B1F, on the more northern of the two rocks northeast of the entrance ''(hidden)''|E=yes}}
{{itlistbod|HP Up|On a rock ''(hidden)''|E|display={{DL|Vitamin|HP Up}}}}
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{{Itemlist|Zinc|B1F, down a flight of stairs, on the rock in the center of the pit north of the HP Up ''(hidden)''|E=yes}}
{{itlistbod|Calcium|On a rock ''(hidden)''|E|display={{DL|Vitamin|Calcium}}}}
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{{Itemlist|HP Up|B1F, down a flight of stairs, in the center of the south-easternmost pit, south of the Zinc|E=yes}}
{{itlistbod|Carbos|1F|E|display={{DL|Vitamin|Carbos}}}}
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{{Itemlist|Calcium|B1F, in the northeastern area of the map, on the more right of the two rocks on the ledge northwest of a flight of stairs ''(hidden)''|E=yes}}
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{{Itemlist|Protein|B1F, on the more northern of the two rocks at the most northwest point of the map ''(hidden)''|E=yes}}
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{{Itemlist|Carbos|1F, at the end of the eastern path from the exit|E=yes}}
 
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{{itlistfoot|cave}}
   
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==Layout==
 
==Layout==
{| align="center" style="background: #000; {{roundy|10px}}; border: 5px solid #{{locationcolor/med|cave}}"
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{| class="roundy" style="margin:auto; background: #000; border: 3px solid #{{locationcolor/dark|cave}}"
 
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|-
! style="background:#{{locationcolor/light|cave}}; {{roundytl|5px}};" | Version
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! style="background:#{{locationcolor/light|cave}}; {{roundytl|5px}}" | Version
 
! style="background:#{{locationcolor/light|cave}}" | 1F
 
! style="background:#{{locationcolor/light|cave}}" | 1F
! style="background:#{{locationcolor/light|cave}}; {{roundytr|5px}};" | B1F
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! style="background:#{{locationcolor/light|cave}}; {{roundytr|5px}}" | B1F
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! style="background:#{{emerald color}}" | {{color2|000|Pokémon Emerald Version|Emerald}}
 
|[[Image:Artisan Cave E 1F.png|170px]]
 
|[[Image:Artisan Cave B1F.png|183px]]
 
 
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| colspan="5" style="background:#{{locationcolor/light|cave}}; {{roundybottom|5px}};" |  
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! style="background:#{{emerald color}}" | {{color2|fff|Pokémon Emerald Version|Emerald}}
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| [[File:Artisan Cave 1F E.png|170px]]
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| [[File:Artisan Cave B1F E.png|183px]]
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| colspan="3" style="background:#{{locationcolor/light|cave}}; {{roundybottom|5px}}" |  
 
|}
 
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==In the manga==
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===In the Pokémon Adventures manga===
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[[File:Artisan Cave Adventures.png|thumb|230px|Artisan Cave in Pokémon Adventures]]
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Artisan Cave appeared from ''[[PS314|A Sketchy Smattering of Smeargle]]'' to ''[[PS316|Skirting Around Surskit II]]'', where {{adv|Emerald}}, [[Todd Snap]], and all of the [[Frontier Brain]]s, save for {{FB|Factory Head|Noland}}, went there to investigate if {{adv|Jirachi}} was there. As soon as they entered the cave, they were surrounded by a herd of wild {{p|Smeargle}} that attacked them; however, Emerald ignored them. Soon Emerald found Jirachi. However, when he tried to capture it with a [[Timer Ball]], [[Guile Hideout]] showed up and sliced the [[Poké Ball]] in half with his sword, intending to capture Jirachi for himself. Following {{adv|Crystal}}'s instructions, Emerald chose to ignore Guile and focus on catching Jirachi. However, Guile then sent out all the [[rental Pokémon]] he had stolen from the {{gdis|Battle Factory|III}} to attack everyone, revealing the he was the one who had attacked Noland earlier.
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Angered by this, {{FB|Palace Maven|Spenser}}, {{FB|Pyramid King|Brandon}}, {{FB|Dome Ace|Tucker}}, and {{FB|Pike Queen|Lucy}} attacked Guile Hideout, but he easily reflected all of their Pokémon's [[move|attacks]] right back at them with his sword without getting even scratched. While {{FB|Arena Tycoon|Greta}} used her {{p|Umbreon}}'s {{m|Double Team}} to distract the rental Pokémon, {{FB|Salon Maiden|Anabel}} used her {{DL|Legendary beasts (Adventures)|Raikou}}'s {{m|Thunder Shock}} to trap Guile in an electrical cage, leaving Emerald alone to focus on capturing Jirachi without distractions. After weakening Jirachi using Crystal's [[Bonee]] and [[Monlee]], he attempted to capture it with a [[Luxury Ball]]. Although Jirachi went into the Poké Ball, Guile Hideout used his {{p|Surskit}}'s {{m|Psybeam}} to prevent the ball from closing and then destroy it. He then broke free from the electrical cage and tried to attack everyone with his sword, but [[Emerald's Sceptile]], {{TP|Emerald|Sudowoodo}}, and {{TP|Emerald|Dusclops}} protected them. When Guile tried to snatch Jirachi, it disappeared, and he left the cave to continue pursuing it.
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[[PS324|Later]], Noland was revealed to have visited the cave and captured three Smeargle living there, due to them having {{m|Sketch}}ed Jirachi's {{m|Wish}}, which he hoped to use to find Jirachi before Guile.
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==In other languages==
 
==In other languages==
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|zh_yue=工匠之穴 ''{{tt|Gūngjeuhng-jī Yuht|Artisan's Cave}}'' {{tt|*|Adventures}}<br>工匠洞窟 ''{{tt|Gūngjeuhng Duhngfāt|Artisan Cave}}'' {{tt|*|Adventures (Appendix)}}
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|zh_cmn=工匠之穴 ''{{tt|Gōngjiàng-zhī Xué|Artisan's Cave}}''
 
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|fr_eu=Grotte Atelier
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|ko=아틀리에 굴 ''Atelier Gul''
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|it=Grotta Artistica
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|vi=Hang Xưởng Vẽ
 
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Latest revision as of 07:24, 18 July 2019

Artisan Cave アトリエのあな
Atelier Hole
"Wild Missingno. appeared!"
Artisan Cave entrance E.png
Map description: {{{mapdesc}}}
Location: Battle Frontier
Region: Hoenn
Generations: III
Hoenn Battle Frontier Map.png
Location of Artisan Cave in Hoenn.
Pokémon world locations

Artisan Cave (Japanese: アトリエのあな Atelier Hole) is a long cave connecting one end of the Battle Frontier to the other. The entrance is near the Battle Palace and the exit is right next to the Battle Tower. It only appears in Pokémon Emerald.

Geography

The cave is two levels high, contains several stat-boosting items, and the only wild Pokémon found inside is Smeargle. This is the only area in the third generation core series games (other than via the unused Altering Cave event) where the player can find Smeargle.

Items

Item Location Games
Iron Iron B1F, on the more northern of the two rocks northeast of the entrance (hidden)  E 
Zinc Zinc B1F, down a flight of stairs, on the rock in the center of the pit north of the HP Up (hidden)  E 
HP Up HP Up B1F, down a flight of stairs, in the center of the south-easternmost pit, south of the Zinc  E 
Calcium Calcium B1F, in the northeastern area of the map, on the more right of the two rocks on the ledge northwest of a flight of stairs (hidden)  E 
Protein Protein B1F, on the more northern of the two rocks at the most northwest point of the map (hidden)  E 
Carbos Carbos 1F, at the end of the eastern path from the exit  E 

Pokémon

  Pokémon     Games     Location     Levels     Rate  
235 Smeargle
R S E
Cave Cave
40-50 100%
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 1F B1F
Emerald Artisan Cave 1F E.png Artisan Cave B1F E.png
 

In the manga

In the Pokémon Adventures manga

Artisan Cave in Pokémon Adventures

Artisan Cave appeared from A Sketchy Smattering of Smeargle to Skirting Around Surskit II, where Emerald, Todd Snap, and all of the Frontier Brains, save for Noland, went there to investigate if Jirachi was there. As soon as they entered the cave, they were surrounded by a herd of wild Smeargle that attacked them; however, Emerald ignored them. Soon Emerald found Jirachi. However, when he tried to capture it with a Timer Ball, Guile Hideout showed up and sliced the Poké Ball in half with his sword, intending to capture Jirachi for himself. Following Crystal's instructions, Emerald chose to ignore Guile and focus on catching Jirachi. However, Guile then sent out all the rental Pokémon he had stolen from the Battle Factory to attack everyone, revealing the he was the one who had attacked Noland earlier.

Angered by this, Spenser, Brandon, Tucker, and Lucy attacked Guile Hideout, but he easily reflected all of their Pokémon's attacks right back at them with his sword without getting even scratched. While Greta used her Umbreon's Double Team to distract the rental Pokémon, Anabel used her Raikou's Thunder Shock to trap Guile in an electrical cage, leaving Emerald alone to focus on capturing Jirachi without distractions. After weakening Jirachi using Crystal's Bonee and Monlee, he attempted to capture it with a Luxury Ball. Although Jirachi went into the Poké Ball, Guile Hideout used his Surskit's Psybeam to prevent the ball from closing and then destroy it. He then broke free from the electrical cage and tried to attack everyone with his sword, but Emerald's Sceptile, Sudowoodo, and Dusclops protected them. When Guile tried to snatch Jirachi, it disappeared, and he left the cave to continue pursuing it.

Later, Noland was revealed to have visited the cave and captured three Smeargle living there, due to them having Sketched Jirachi's Wish, which he hoped to use to find Jirachi before Guile.

In other languages

Language Title
Chinese Cantonese 工匠之穴 Gūngjeuhng-jī Yuht *
工匠洞窟 Gūngjeuhng Duhngfāt *
Mandarin 工匠之穴 Gōngjiàng-zhī Xué
France Flag.png European French Grotte Atelier
Germany Flag.png German Höhlenatelier
Italy Flag.png Italian Grotta Artistica
South Korea Flag.png Korean 아틀리에 굴 Atelier Gul
Spain Flag.png European Spanish Cueva Taller
Vietnam Flag.png Vietnamese Hang Xưởng Vẽ



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