Mistralton City

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Mistralton City フキヨセシティ
Fukiyose City
"Strewn with Windblown Leaves"
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Map description
Vegetables are grown by the runway and transported by cargo plane.
Mistralton City Gym - Unova Gym #6
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Mistralton City Gym - Unova Gym #6
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Mistralton City Gym - Unova Gym #6
specialist Gym
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Route 7
Mistralton City
Chargestone Cave
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Location of Mistralton City in Unova.

Mistralton City (Japanese フキヨセシティ Fukiyose City) is located in western Unova. It lies directly north of Chargestone Cave, and is geographically positioned between three mountain ranges. North of Mistralton City is Route 7 and Celestial Tower, a prominent place of burial and morning for deceased Pokémon in Unova. The city is famous for its airport which imports and exports cargo around the Unova region and beyond. The city is home to Skyla, a pilot, and the Mistralton City Gym Leader.

As with most of the western side of Unova, Mistralton City has a cool climate and is subject to rain during the spring, summer, and autumn. Snow and hail will sometimes fall during winter.

Places of interest

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Mistralton City in Pokémon White

Mistralton Cargo Service

The Mistralton Cargo Service handles and maintains packages that are sent or received by the cargo planes. Their slogan is "Quick and Safe!" which is reinforced by their staff who offer quick and efficient cargo delivery. The Cargo Service building is also a control tower which allows planes to fly safely in the sky where there are no roads. The Cargo Service building seems to be more than just a cargo delivery system, as many members of the community gather on the ground floor to convene and share items.

A singing woman inside standing near the TV will exchange 10 Sweet Hearts for a Heart Scale. There is also a woman who welcomes the player into the city and gives away a Sharp Beak as a commemoration gift. Other residence will offer advice and information about planes and flying.


Mistralton City is dominated by a large runway as a result of the transportation services to the region. The concrete, skid-marked landing strip alone takes up almost two thirds of the area, making it an extrusive part of the city, one that many residents pride themselves upon. The runway holds two small cargo planes — one positioned ready for takeoff, while the other parked in a small storage area to the side of the main runway. Airplanes only fly once per day to deliver cargo around the region; any other time after that the runway is free for public access. Fresh vegetables are grown around the boundaries of the runway so they can be picked and sent to faraway regions quickly. The method of which these vegetables are grown varies depending on the game being played; players of Pokémon Black find that the vegetables are grown within greenhouses in a systematic fashion, while players of Pokémon White find that the vegetables are grown naturally in vegetable patches which are a subject to benefiting from the changing weather.

There are many hidden items which can be found around the growing vegetables, including a Parlyz Heal, a Max Ether, a Elixir, and a Repel. A Youngster also hides TM40 (Aerial Ace) which can be found after the player defeats Skyla and agrees to find his treasure. TM58 (Sky Drop) can also be found located under the wing of the parked cargo plane on the eastern side of the runway.

Move Family's House

The Move Family reside in a house just east of the Pokémon Center, which contains both the reminder girl and the move deleter as members of the family. The reminder girl allows any Pokémon to relearn any move that they were able to learn from a previous level-up in exchange for a Heart Scale. One limitation is the reminder girl is restricted to the particular moveset associated with the Pokémon's species. Many Pokémon, especially those that evolve by way of evolutionary stone, have access to moves that their evolutions do not, such as with Eevee, who can learn Take Down by level though none of its evolutions can.

The move deleter opposite the reminder girl will make a Pokémon forget a move it knows. This is the only way for a Pokémon to forget HM moves such as Cut or Fly. In order to delete an HM move, one must first have another Pokémon with that same move in order for it to be deleted. This is done so that a player will not get stuck in an area where an HM move is required to continue. In addition, a Pokémon's move will not be forgotten if it is the only move it knows.

Hidden Power

A man next to the Pokémon Center Nurse will tell the player the type of their Pokémon's Hidden Power. Hidden Power is a Template:Type2 move when the type is displayed, such as in battle and on status screens. However, the actual type of Hidden Power is determined by the Pokémon's individual values, and through calculation, can be set as one of the sixteen other natural types and with a power between 30 and 70. Using this method to obtain a Pokémon's Hidden Power is much quicker and easier.

Mistralton City Gym

Main article: Mistralton Gym

The Mistralton Gym is the official gym of Mistralton City. The gym is a converted cargo plane hanger which is located north of the runway. It is based on Template:Type2 Pokémon. The Gym Leader is Skyla. Mistralton Gym is designed like a military hangar. The inside is full of cannons which the player must use to make their way to Skyla. Most of these cannons help the player to progress to Skyla; however, some will blast the player back to a Trainer. Trainers who defeat her receive the Jet Badge, as well as TM62 (Acrobatics) as a reward.


Mistralton City has a population of 37 making it a fairly small city. This makes it the second smallest city in the Unova region, just above Icirrus City with 34 residences. Most of the population work or are involved in maintaining the Mistralton Cargo Service which is the most significant aspect of the town.

Poké Mart

Lower cashier
Poké Ball Poké Ball
Pokémon Dollar200
Great Ball Great Ball
Pokémon Dollar600
Ultra Ball Ultra Ball
Pokémon Dollar1200
Potion Potion
Pokémon Dollar300
Super Potion Super Potion
Pokémon Dollar700
Hyper Potion Hyper Potion
Pokémon Dollar1200
Max Potion Max Potion*
Pokémon Dollar2500
Full Restore Full Restore*
Pokémon Dollar3000
Revive Revive
Pokémon Dollar1500
Antidote Antidote
Pokémon Dollar100
Parlyz Heal Parlyz Heal
Pokémon Dollar200
Awakening Awakening
Pokémon Dollar250
Burn Heal Burn Heal
Pokémon Dollar250
Ice Heal Ice Heal
Pokémon Dollar250
Full Heal Full Heal
Pokémon Dollar600
Escape Rope Escape Rope
Pokémon Dollar550
Repel Repel
Pokémon Dollar350
Super Repel Super Repel
Pokémon Dollar500
Max Repel Max Repel
Pokémon Dollar700
Technical Machine department
TM Ice TM07 (Hail)
Pokémon Dollar50000
TM Fire TM11 (Sunny Day)
Pokémon Dollar50000
TM Water TM18 (Rain Dance)
Pokémon Dollar50000
TM Rock TM37 (Sandstorm)
Pokémon Dollar50000


Item Location Games

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  • Mistralton's Japanese motto is 風が 花を 集める 街.

Name origin

Language Name Origin
Japanese フキヨセシティ Fukiyose City 吹き寄せ fukiyose, a mon that resembles a medley of flowers and leaves drifting on the wind. It also literally translates to "blow and gather".
English Mistralton City From mistral wind, mist, alto (high), a common prefix for cloud names, and -ton, a common suffix used in cities.
French Parsemille From parsemer (scatter).
German Panaero City From the Greek pan (all) and aero (air).
Italian Ponentopoli From Ponente, Italian word for Poniente.
Spanish Ciudad Loza From loza, dishware.
Korean 궐수시티 Gweolsu City

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