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|image=HGSS Mt. Silver-{{#switch: {{#time: G}}|4|5|6|7|8|9=Morning|10|11|12|13|14|15|16=Day|17|18|19=Evening|20|21|22|23|0|1|2|3=Night}}.png
 
|image=HGSS Mt. Silver-{{#switch: {{#time: G}}|4|5|6|7|8|9=Morning|10|11|12|13|14|15|16=Day|17|18|19=Evening|20|21|22|23|0|1|2|3=Night}}.png
|type=cave
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|image_size=256
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|type=mountain
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|mapdesc=A hallowed mountain that rises between the Johto and Kanto regions.
 
|location_name=Mt. Silver
 
|location_name=Mt. Silver
|japanese_name=シロガネやま
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|japanese_name=シロガネ{{tt|山|やま}}
 
|translated_name=Mt. Shirogane
 
|translated_name=Mt. Shirogane
|location=West of {{Ka|Victory Road}}
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|other_info=Silver Cave/Mt. Silver Cave
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|location=West of {{rt|28|Kanto}}
 
|region=Johto
 
|region=Johto
 
|generation={{Gen|II}}, {{Gen|IV}}
 
|generation={{Gen|II}}, {{Gen|IV}}
|map=MapSilver.gif
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|map=Johto Mt Silver Map.png
 
}}
 
}}
'''Mt. Silver''', also known as '''Silver Cave''' (Japanese: '''シロガネやま''' ''Mt. Shirogane'') is a large mountain in [[Johto]] located west of {{ka|Victory Road}} and the [[Indigo Plateau]]. Mt. Silver can be reached from [[Kanto]] via [[Route 28]] after receiving the sixteen gym [[badge]]s of both Johto and Kanto. At the very summit of Mt. Silver, the {{player}} may {{pkmn|battle}} with {{ga|Red}}. In the {{pkmn|anime}}, it is the home of {{jo|Silver Town}}. It is based on {{wp|Mt. Fuji}} in the real-world Japan.
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'''Mt. Silver''' (Japanese: '''シロガネ{{tt|山|やま}}''' ''Mt. Shirogane'') is a large mountain in [[Johto]] located west of {{ka|Victory Road}} and [[Indigo Plateau]]. The location is also referred to as '''Silver Cave''' (Japanese: '''シロガネやま''' ''Mt. Shirogane'') in {{game2|Gold|Silver|Crystal}} or '''Mt. Silver Cave''' (Japanese: '''シロガネやまどうくつ''' ''Mt. Shirogane Cave'') in {{game|HeartGold and SoulSilver|s}}. Mt. Silver can be reached from [[Kanto]] via {{rt|28|Kanto}} after receiving the sixteen Gym [[Badge]]s of both Johto and Kanto. At the very summit of Mt. Silver, the {{player}} may battle {{ga|Red}}. In Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver, {{p|Moltres}} can also be found here.
   
In {{game|HeartGold and SoulSilver|s}}, {{p|Moltres}} can also be found here.
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A field based on Mt. Silver also appears in [[Pokémon Stadium 2]]'s Kanto [[Gym Leader Castle]].
 
==Geography==
 
In the games, Mt. Silver is off-limits to all but the most skilled of Trainers. After {{ga|Ethan}} or {{ga|Kris}} has received all sixteen badges of Johto and Kanto, [[Professor Oak]] will give him or her permission to travel here.
 
   
[[Route 28|The route]] to the area is rough, though no [[HM]]s are explicitly required to reach the [[Pokémon Center]] just outside the entrance. Inside, however, the cave is dark, requiring {{m|Flash}} to see. Many high-level Pokémon reside in the cave, including rare Pokémon not found elsewhere in the Johto region, like {{p|Larvitar}} and {{p|Misdreavus}}.
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In the {{pkmn|anime}}, it is the home of {{jo|Silver Town}}, where the [[Johto League]]'s [[Silver Conference]] is held.
   
The cave has only one entrance, unlike all other caves found in {{game2|Gold|Silver|Crystal}}, but goes deep into the mountain. In the cave's final room, the player will encounter {{ga|Red|a familiar face}} who will, wordlessly, challenge him or her to what is the highest-leveled Trainer battle in the history of the Pokémon series.
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==Geography==
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In the games, Mt. Silver is off-limits to all but the most skilled of Trainers. After the {{player}} has received all sixteen badges of Johto and Kanto, [[Professor Oak]] will give the player permission to travel here.
   
In HeartGold and SoulSilver, Mt. Silver is much larger. The higher sections of the cave where Red is located require {{m|Rock Climb}} to access. At times the player must also venture onto the slopes on the mountain's sides in order to climb higher.
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[[Kanto Route 28|The route]] to the area is rough, though no [[HM]]s are explicitly required to reach the [[Pokémon Center]] just outside the entrance. Inside, however, the cave is dark, requiring {{m|Flash}} to see in the first room. Many high-level Pokémon reside in the cave, as well as rare Pokémon not found elsewhere in the Johto region, like {{p|Larvitar}} and {{p|Misdreavus}}.
   
===Gallery===
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The cave has only one entrance, unlike all other caves found in {{game2|Gold|Silver|Crystal}}, but goes deep into the mountain. In the cave's final room, the player will encounter {{ga|Red}}, who will wordlessly challenge the player to what is the highest-leveled Trainer battle in the Pokémon series.
<gallery perrow="3">
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File:Silvercave.png|Exterior
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In {{game|HeartGold and SoulSilver|s}}, Mt. Silver is much larger than before. {{m|Flash}} is no longer needed to light up the cave. The higher sections of the cave, where Red is located, require {{m|Rock Climb}} to be accessible. At times, the player must also venture onto the slopes on the mountain's sides in order to climb higher. In addition, a {{weather|hail|heavy snowfall}} is present at the summit, which assumes the hail weather condition in battle; this weather can become {{weather|diamond dust}} on certain days.
File:Pokemon-GSC-Johto-MtSilver-1.png|First floor
 
File:Pokemon-GSC-Johto-MtSilver-2A.png|Second floor
 
File:Pokemon-GSC-Johto-MtSilver-2B.png|Interior cave
 
File:Pokemon-GSC-Johto-MtSilver-2C.png|Interior cave
 
File:Pokemon-GSC-Johto-MtSilver-3.png|Third floor
 
</gallery>
 
   
 
==Items==
 
==Items==
===Entrance Cave (First Floor)===
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===Mt. Silver===
{{itlisth|cave}}
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{{itlisth|land}}
{{itlistbod|Escape Rope|Left side from the entrance|GSC}}
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{{Itemlist|Full Restore|Southwestern exterior of the cave ''(hidden)''|G=yes|S=yes|C=yes}}
{{itlistbod|Protein|Right side from the entrance|C}}
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{{Itemlist|Reaper Cloth|In the lower left corner (requires {{m|Surf}})|HG=yes|SS=yes}}
{{itlistbod|X Accuracy|Right side from the entrance|GS}}
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{{Itemlist|Full Restore|East of Pokémon Center ''(hidden)''|HG=yes|SS=yes}}
{{itlistbod|Ultra Ball|In the middle|GSC}}
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{{itlistfoot|land}}
{{itlistbod|Dire Hit|Hidden in the rock between the ledges (middle)|GSC}}
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{{itlistbod|Max Elixir|Northwest corner|GSC}}
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===Mt. Silver Cave===
{{itlistbod|Ultra Ball|Hidden in the lower right corner near the exit|GSC}}
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====Generation II====
{{itlistfoot|cave}}
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{{itlisth|mountain}}
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{{Itemlist|Escape Rope|1F, west of the entrance|G=yes|S=yes|C=yes}}
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{{Itemlist|X Accuracy|1F, east of the entrance|G=yes|S=yes}}
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{{Itemlist|Protein|1F, east of the entrance|C=yes}}
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{{Itemlist|Ultra Ball|1F, in the middle of the floor|C=yes}}
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{{Itemlist|Dire Hit|1F, on the rock between the central ledges ''(hidden)''|G=yes|S=yes|C=yes}}
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{{Itemlist|Max Elixir|1F, northwest corner|G=yes|S=yes|C=yes}}
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{{Itemlist|Ultra Ball|1F, southeast area near the 2F entrance ''(hidden)''|G=yes|S=yes|C=yes}}
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{{Itemlist|Max Potion|2F, on the rock just west of the 2F entrance ''(hidden)''|G=yes|S=yes|C=yes}}
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{{Itemlist|PP Up|2F, on the tiny western shoreline (requires {{m|Surf}} and {{m|Waterfall}})|C=yes}}
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{{Itemlist|Max Revive|2F, southwestern interior, far western end of the cave (requires {{m|Surf}} and {{m|Waterfall}})|G=yes|S=yes|C=yes}}
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{{Itemlist|Ultra Ball|2F, east of the triple stairway|C=yes}}
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{{Itemlist|Calcium|2F, near the entrance of the northeastern interior cave (requires {{m|Surf}} and {{m|Waterfall}})|C=yes}}
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{{Itemlist|Full Restore|2F, northeastern interior, far northeastern end of the cave (requires {{m|Surf}} and {{m|Waterfall}})|G=yes|S=yes|C=yes}}
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{{itlistfoot|mountain}}
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====Generation IV====
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=====1F=====
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{{itlisth|mountain}}
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{{Itemlist|Expert Belt|Southern chamber, in the cave just north of the entrance to the main chamber (requires {{m|Surf}} and {{m|Waterfall}})|HG=yes|SS=yes}}
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{{Itemlist|Ultra Ball|Main chamber, on a rock between the two waterfalls (requires {{m|Surf}}, {{m|Waterfall}}, and {{m|Rock Climb}}) ''(hidden)''|HG=yes|SS=yes}}
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{{Itemlist|Hyper Potion|Northwestern chamber, at the north-west corner of the ledge above {{p|Moltres}} (requires {{m|Surf}}, {{m|Waterfall}}, and {{m|Rock Climb}}) ''(hidden)''|HG=yes|SS=yes}}
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{{Itemlist|Ultra Ball|Northwestern chamber, at the north-east corner of the ledge above {{p|Moltres}} (requires {{m|Surf}}, {{m|Waterfall}}, and {{m|Rock Climb}}) ''(hidden)''|HG=yes|SS=yes}}
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{{Itemlist|Dire Hit|Main chamber, on a rock northeast of the entrance (requires {{m|Rock Climb}}) ''(hidden)''|HG=yes|SS=yes}}
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{{Itemlist|Full Restore|Main chamber, in the northeast corner, accessed from the lower mountainside (requires {{m|Rock Climb}})|HG=yes|SS=yes}}
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{{Itemlist|Revive|Main chamber, on a rock right of the path to 2F (requires {{m|Rock Climb}}) ''(hidden)''|HG=yes|SS=yes}}
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{{itlistfoot|mountain}}
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=====Lower mountainside=====
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''{{m|Rock Climb}} is required to reach this area.''
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{{itlisth|mountain}}
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{{Itemlist|Escape Rope|On the southern part of the lowest cliff|HG=yes|SS=yes}}
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{{Itemlist|TM Rock|On the southern part of the highest cliff|HG=yes|SS=yes|display={{TM|76|Stealth Rock}}}}
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{{itlistfoot|mountain}}
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=====2F=====
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''{{m|Rock Climb}} is required to reach this area.''
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{{itlisth|mountain}}
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{{Itemlist|Max Elixir|Second ledge north of the entrance from the main chamber|HG=yes|SS=yes}}
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{{Itemlist|Max Revive|Third ledge north of the entrance from the main chamber|HG=yes|SS=yes}}
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{{Itemlist|Max Potion|On the westernmost cliff (requires {{m|Rock Smash}}) ''(hidden)''|HG=yes|SS=yes}}
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{{Itemlist|Calcium|On the southernmost cliff (requires {{m|Rock Smash}})|HG=yes|SS=yes}}
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{{Itemlist|Iron|On a rock in the far north-east corner (requires {{m|Rock Smash}}) ''(hidden)''|HG=yes|SS=yes}}
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{{Itemlist|Protein|On the easternmost cliff|HG=yes|SS=yes}}
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{{itlistfoot|mountain}}
   
===Inner Cave===
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======Rock Smash======
*[[PP Up]]: In that small area next to the southwestern Interior cave. (Crystal only)
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{{itlisth|mountain}}
*[[Ultra Ball]]: Upper right corner of the entrance. (Crystal only)
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{{Itemlist|Red Shard|Randomly found by smashing [[breakable rock]]s|HG=yes|SS=yes}}
*[[Calcium]]: Near the entrance of the northeastern Interior cave. (Crystal only)
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{{Itemlist|Blue Shard|Randomly found by smashing [[breakable rock]]s|HG=yes|SS=yes}}
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{{Itemlist|Yellow Shard|Randomly found by smashing [[breakable rock]]s|HG=yes|SS=yes}}
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{{Itemlist|Green Shard|Randomly found by smashing [[breakable rock]]s|HG=yes|SS=yes}}
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{{Itemlist|Heart Scale|Randomly found by smashing [[breakable rock]]s|HG=yes|SS=yes}}
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{{Itemlist|Revive|Randomly found by smashing [[breakable rock]]s|HG=yes|SS=yes}}
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{{Itemlist|Max Ether|Randomly found by smashing [[breakable rock]]s|HG=yes|SS=yes}}
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{{Itemlist|Star Piece|Randomly found by smashing [[breakable rock]]s|HG=yes|SS=yes}}
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{{itlistfoot|mountain}}
   
===Interior Cave (southwestern)===
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=====Upper mountainside=====
*[[Max Revive]]
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''{{m|Rock Climb}} is required to reach this area.''
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{{itlisth|snow}}
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{{Itemlist|Max Ether|On a rock just west of the northern exit ''(hidden)''|HG=yes|SS=yes}}
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{{Itemlist|Pure Incense|On the upper-east side of the mountain (requires {{m|Rock Climb}})|HG=yes|SS=yes}}
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{{Itemlist|Rare Candy|On a rock west of the Pure Incense (requires {{m|Rock Climb}}) ''(hidden)''|HG=yes|SS=yes}}
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{{Itemlist|Hyper Potion|East of the western cave entrance leading to the summit (requires {{m|Rock Climb}}) ''(hidden)''|HG=yes|SS=yes}}
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{{Itemlist|Dawn Stone|West of the western cave entrance leading to the summit (requires {{m|Rock Climb}})|HG=yes|SS=yes}}
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{{itlistfoot|snow}}
   
===Interior Cave (northeastern)===
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=====3F=====
*{{dL|Potion|Full Restore}}
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''{{m|Rock Climb}} is required to reach this area.''
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{{itlisth|mountain}}
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{{Itemlist|Max Revive|On a rock east of the exit to the summit ''(hidden)''|HG=yes|SS=yes}}
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{{itlistfoot|mountain}}
   
 
==Pokémon==
 
==Pokémon==
===Outside===
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===Generation II===
{{catchableheader|land}}
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====Exterior====
{{catchtime|All}}
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''In the Japanese and Korean versions of {{2v2|Gold|Silver}}, {{p|Ursaring}} appears only in Silver, while {{p|Donphan}} appears only in Gold.''
{{catchentry2|077|Ponyta|yes|yes|no|Grass|42|30%}}
 
{{catchentry2|078|Rapidash|yes|yes|no|Grass|44|10%}}
 
{{catchentry2|114|Tangela|yes|yes|yes|Grass|39-41|30%}}
 
{{catchentry2|217|Ursaring|yes|no|no|Grass|42|20%}}
 
{{catchentry2|232|Donphan|no|yes|no|Grass|42|20%}}
 
{{catchtime|Day}}
 
{{catchentry2|024|Arbok|no|no|yes|Grass|42|20%}}
 
{{catchentry2|077|Ponyta|no|no|yes|Grass|42|30%}}
 
{{catchentry2|078|Rapidash|no|no|yes|Grass|44|10%}}
 
{{catchentry2|084|Doduo|yes|yes|yes|Grass|41|5%}}
 
{{catchentry2|085|Dodrio|yes|yes|yes|Grass|43|5%}}
 
{{catchtime|Night}}
 
{{catchentry2|042|Golbat|no|no|yes|Grass|40-44|30%}}
 
{{catchentry2|061|Poliwhirl|no|no|yes|Grass|42-44|40%}}
 
{{catchentry2|215|Sneasel|yes|yes|no|Grass|38-42|10%}}
 
{{catchtime|SurfFish}}
 
{{catchentry2|060|Poliwag|yes|yes|yes|Old Rod|10|15%}}
 
{{catchentry2|129|Magikarp|yes|yes|yes|Old Rod|10|85%}}
 
{{catchentry2|060|Poliwag|yes|yes|yes|Good Rod|20|65%}}
 
{{catchentry2|129|Magikarp|yes|yes|yes|Good Rod|20|35%}}
 
{{catchentry2|060|Poliwag|yes|yes|yes|Super Rod|40|70%}}
 
{{catchentry2|129|Magikarp|yes|yes|yes|Super Rod|40|20%}}
 
{{catchentry2|061|Poliwhirl|yes|yes|yes|Super Rod|40|10%}}
 
{{catchentry2|060|Poliwag|yes|yes|yes|Surf|35-39|10%}}
 
{{catchentry2|061|Poliwhirl|yes|yes|yes|Surf|25-44|90%}}
 
{{catchablefooter|land}}
 
   
===Entrance Cave===
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{{Catch/header|land}}
{{catchableheader|cave}}
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{{Catch/entry2|024|Arbok|no|no|yes|Grass|42|20%|20%|0%|type1=Poison}}
{{catchtime|Allcave}}
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{{Catch/entry2|042|Golbat|no|no|yes|Grass|40, 42, 44|0%|0%|30%|type1=Poison|type2=Flying}}
{{catchentry2|042|Golbat|yes|yes|no|Walking|45|5%}}
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{{Catch/entry2|061|Poliwhirl|no|no|yes|Grass|42, 44|0%|0%|40%|type1=Water}}
{{catchentry2|075|Graveler|yes|yes|yes|Walking|43|30%}}
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{{Catch/entry2|084|Doduo|yes|yes|yes|Grass|41|5%|5%|0%|type1=Normal|type2=Flying}}
{{catchentry2|095|Onix|yes|yes|no|Walking|42|30%}}
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{{Catch/entry2|085|Dodrio|yes|yes|yes|Grass|43|5%|5%|0%|type1=Normal|type2=Flying}}
{{catchentry2|095|Onix|no|no|yes|Walking|42|20%}}
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{{Catch/entry2|077|Ponyta|yes|yes|no|Grass|42|all=30%|type1=Fire}}
{{catchentry2|217|Ursaring|yes|no|no|Walking|44|30%}}
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{{Catch/entry2|077|Ponyta|no|no|yes|Grass|42|30%|30%|0%|type1=Fire}}
{{catchentry2|232|Donphan|no|yes|no|Walking|44|30%}}
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{{Catch/entry2|078|Rapidash|yes|yes|no|Grass|44|all=10%|type1=Fire}}
{{catchentry2|246|Larvitar|yes|yes|no|Walking|15-20|5%}}
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{{Catch/entry2|078|Rapidash|no|no|yes|Grass|44|10%|10%|0%|type1=Fire}}
{{catchtime|Day}}
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{{Catch/entry2|114|Tangela|yes|yes|yes|Grass|41|all=30%|type1=Grass}}
{{catchentry2|042|Golbat|no|no|yes|Walking|45|5%}}
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{{Catch/entry2|215|Sneasel|yes|yes|no|Grass|38, 42|0%|0%|10%|type1=Dark|type2=Ice}}
{{catchentry2|126|Magmar|no|no|yes|Walking|45|10%}}
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{{Catch/entry2|217|Ursaring|yes|no|no|Grass|42|all=20%|type1=Normal}}
{{catchentry2|217|Ursaring|no|no|yes|Walking|44|30%}}
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{{Catch/entry2|232|Donphan|no|yes|no|Grass|42|all=20%|type1=Ground}}
{{catchentry2|246|Larvitar|no|no|yes|Walking|15-20|5%}}
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{{Catch/div|water|Surfing}}
{{catchtime|Night}}
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{{Catch/entry2|060|Poliwag|yes|yes|yes|Surf|35-39|all=10%|type1=Water}}
{{catchentry2|042|Golbat|no|no|yes|Walking|45|45%}}
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{{Catch/entry2|061|Poliwhirl|yes|yes|yes|Surf|35-44|all=90%|type1=Water}}
{{catchentry2|055|Golduck|no|no|yes|Walking|45|5%}}
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{{Catch/div|water|Fishing}}
{{catchablefooter|cave}}
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{{Catch/entry2|060|Poliwag|yes|yes|yes|Fish Old|10|all=15%|type1=Water}}
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{{Catch/entry2|129|Magikarp|yes|yes|yes|Fish Old|10|all=85%|type1=Water}}
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{{Catch/entry2|060|Poliwag|yes|yes|yes|Fish Good|20|all=65%|type1=Water}}
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{{Catch/entry2|129|Magikarp|yes|yes|yes|Fish Good|20|all=35%|type1=Water}}
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{{Catch/entry2|060|Poliwag|yes|yes|yes|Fish Super|40|all=80%|type1=Water}}
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{{Catch/entry2|129|Magikarp|yes|yes|yes|Fish Super|40|all=20%|type1=Water}}
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{{Catch/footer|land}}
   
===Inner Cave===
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====1F====
{{catchableheader|cave}}
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''In the Japanese and Korean versions of {{2v2|Gold|Silver}}, {{p|Ursaring}} appears only in Silver, while {{p|Donphan}} appears only in Gold.''
{{catchtime|Allcave}}
 
{{catchentry2|042|Golbat|yes|yes|no|Walking|48|5%}}
 
{{catchentry2|047|Parasect|no|no|yes|Walking|46-48|15%}}
 
{{catchentry2|055|Golduck|yes|yes|no|Walking|48|30%}}
 
{{catchentry2|217|Ursaring|yes|no|no|Walking|47|20%}}
 
{{catchentry2|232|Donphan|no|yes|no|Walking|47|20%}}
 
{{catchentry2|246|Larvitar|yes|yes|no|Walking|15-20|5%}}
 
{{catchtime|Day}}
 
{{catchentry2|042|Golbat|no|no|yes|Walking|48|30%}}
 
{{catchentry2|067|Machoke|no|no|yes|Walking|38|30%}}
 
{{catchentry2|195|Quagsire|yes|yes|no|Walking|45|40%}}
 
{{catchentry2|217|Ursaring|no|no|yes|Walking|47|20%}}
 
{{catchentry2|246|Larvitar|no|no|yes|Walking|15-20|5%}}
 
{{catchtime|Night}}
 
{{catchentry2|042|Golbat|no|no|yes|Walking|46-48|50%}}
 
{{catchentry2|055|Golduck|no|no|yes|Walking|48|30%}}
 
{{catchentry2|195|Quagsire|yes|yes|no|Walking|45|30%}}
 
{{catchentry2|200|Misdreavus|yes|yes|yes|Walking|45|10%}}
 
{{catchtime|SurfFish}}
 
{{catchentry2|055|Golduck|no|no|yes|Surfing|35-39|30%}}
 
{{catchentry2|118|Goldeen|yes|yes|yes|Surfing|35-39|10%}}
 
{{catchentry2|119|Seaking|yes|yes|no|Surfing|35-44|90%}}
 
{{catchentry2|119|Seaking|no|no|yes|Surfing|35-44|60%}}
 
{{catchentry2|118|Goldeen|yes|yes|yes|Old Rod|10|15%}}
 
{{catchentry2|129|Magikarp|yes|yes|yes|Old Rod|10|85%}}
 
{{catchentry2|118|Goldeen|yes|yes|yes|Good Rod|20|65%}}
 
{{catchentry2|129|Magikarp|yes|yes|yes|Good Rod|20|35%}}
 
{{catchentry2|118|Goldeen|yes|yes|yes|Super Rod|40|70%}}
 
{{catchentry2|119|Seaking|yes|yes|yes|Super Rod|40|10%}}
 
{{catchentry2|129|Magikarp|yes|yes|yes|Super Rod|40|20%}}
 
{{catchablefooter|cave}}
 
   
===Up waterfall===
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{{Catch/header|mountain}}
{{catchableheader|cave}}
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{{Catch/entry2|042|Golbat|yes|yes|no|Cave|45|all=5%|type1=Poison|type2=Flying}}
{{catchtime|Allcave}}
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{{Catch/entry2|042|Golbat|no|no|yes|Cave|45|5%|5%|0%|type1=Poison|type2=Flying}}
{{catchentry2|042|Golbat|yes|yes|no|Walking|48-51|50%}}
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{{Catch/entry2|042|Golbat|no|no|yes|Cave|42-46|0%|0%|45%|type1=Poison|type2=Flying}}
{{catchentry2|055|Golduck|yes|yes|no|Walking|51|5%}}
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{{Catch/entry2|055|Golduck|no|no|yes|Cave|45|0%|0%|5%|type1=Water}}
{{catchentry2|075|Graveler|no|no|yes|Walking|48|20%}}
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{{Catch/entry2|075|Graveler|yes|yes|yes|Cave|43|all=30%|type1=Rock|type2=Ground}}
{{catchentry2|095|Onix|yes|yes|yes|Walking|48|30%}}
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{{Catch/entry2|095|Onix|yes|yes|no|Cave|42|all=30%|type1=Rock|type2=Ground}}
{{catchentry2|217|Ursaring|yes|no|no|Walking|50|20%}}
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{{Catch/entry2|095|Onix|no|no|yes|Cave|42|all=20%|type1=Rock|type2=Ground}}
{{catchentry2|232|Donphan|no|yes|no|Walking|50|20%}}
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{{Catch/entry2|126|Magmar|no|no|yes|Cave|45|10%|10%|0%|type1=Fire}}
{{catchentry2|246|Larvitar|yes|yes|no|Walking|15-20|5%}}
+
{{Catch/entry2|217|Ursaring|yes|no|no|Cave|44|all=30%|type1=Normal}}
{{catchtime|Day}}
+
{{Catch/entry2|217|Ursaring|no|no|yes|Cave|44|30%|30%|0%|type1=Normal}}
{{catchentry2|042|Golbat|no|no|yes|Walking|51|30%}}
+
{{Catch/entry2|232|Donphan|no|yes|no|Cave|44|all=30%|type1=Ground}}
{{catchentry2|217|Ursaring|no|no|yes|Walking|50|10%}}
+
{{Catch/entry2|246|Larvitar|yes|yes|no|Cave|15, 20|all=5%|type1=Rock|type2=Ground}}
{{catchentry2|246|Larvitar|no|no|yes|Walking|15-20|9%}}
+
{{Catch/entry2|246|Larvitar|no|no|yes|Cave|15, 20|5%|5%|0%|type1=Rock|type2=Ground}}
{{catchentry2|247|Pupitar|no|no|yes|Walking|20|1%}}
+
{{Catch/footer|mountain}}
{{catchtime|Night}}
+
{{catchentry2|042|Golbat|no|no|yes|Walking|51|45%}}
+
====2F====
{{catchentry2|055|Golduck|no|no|yes|Walking|45|5%}}
+
''In the Japanese and Korean versions of {{2v2|Gold|Silver}}, {{p|Ursaring}} appears only in Silver, while {{p|Donphan}} appears only in Gold.''
{{catchablefooter|cave}}
+
===Beyond waterfall===
+
{{Catch/header|mountain}}
{{catchableheader|cave}}
+
{{Catch/entry2|042|Golbat|yes|yes|no|Cave|48|all=5%|type1=Poison|type2=Flying}}
{{catchtime|Allcave}}
+
{{Catch/entry2|042|Golbat|no|no|yes|Cave|46, 48|30%|30%|50%|type1=Poison|type2=Flying}}
{{catchentry2|042|Golbat|yes|yes|no|Walking|48|5%}}
+
{{Catch/entry2|047|Parasect|no|no|yes|Cave|46, 48|all=15%|type1=Bug|type2=Grass}}
{{catchentry2|047|Parasect|no|no|yes|Walking|46-52|20%}}
+
{{Catch/entry2|055|Golduck|yes|yes|no|Cave|48|all=30%|type1=Water}}
{{catchentry2|055|Golduck|yes|yes|no|Walking|48|30%}}
+
{{Catch/entry2|055|Golduck|no|no|yes|Cave|48|0%|0%|30%|type1=Water}}
{{catchentry2|217|Ursaring|yes|no|no|Walking|47|20%}}
+
{{Catch/entry2|067|Machoke|no|no|yes|Cave|48|30%|30%|0%|type1=Fighting}}
{{catchentry2|232|Donphan|no|yes|no|Walking|47|20%}}
+
{{Catch/entry2|195|Quagsire|yes|yes|no|Cave|45|40%|40%|10%|type1=Water|type2=Ground}}
{{catchentry2|246|Larvitar|yes|yes|no|Walking|15-20|5%}}
+
{{Catch/entry2|200|Misdreavus|yes|yes|no|Cave|45|0%|0%|10%|type1=Ghost}}
{{catchtime|Day}}
+
{{Catch/entry2|200|Misdreavus|no|no|yes|Cave|45|0%|0%|5%|type1=Ghost}}
{{catchentry2|042|Golbat|no|no|yes|Walking|46-50|80%}}
+
{{Catch/entry2|217|Ursaring|yes|no|no|Cave|47|all=20%|type1=Normal}}
{{catchentry2|195|Quagsire|yes|yes|no|Walking|45|40%}}
+
{{Catch/entry2|217|Ursaring|no|no|yes|Cave|47|20%|20%|0%|type1=Normal}}
{{catchtime|Night}}
+
{{Catch/entry2|232|Donphan|no|yes|no|Cave|47|all=20%|type1=Ground}}
{{catchentry2|042|Golbat|no|no|yes|Walking|48-50|50%}}
+
{{Catch/entry2|246|Larvitar|yes|yes|no|Cave|15, 20|all=5%|type1=Rock|type2=Ground}}
{{catchentry2|195|Quagsire|yes|yes|no|Walking|45|10%}}
+
{{Catch/entry2|246|Larvitar|no|no|yes|Cave|15, 20|5%|5%|0%|type1=Rock|type2=Ground}}
{{catchentry2|200|Misdreavus|yes|yes|yes|Walking|45|30%}}
+
{{Catch/div|water|Surfing}}
{{catchablefooter|cave}}
+
{{Catch/entry2|055|Golduck|no|no|yes|Surf|35-39|all=30%|type1=Water}}
  +
{{Catch/entry2|118|Goldeen|yes|yes|yes|Surf|35-39|all=10%|type1=Water}}
  +
{{Catch/entry2|119|Seaking|yes|yes|no|Surf|35-44|all=90%|type1=Water}}
  +
{{Catch/entry2|119|Seaking|no|no|yes|Surf|35-39|all=60%|type1=Water}}
  +
{{Catch/div|water|Fishing}}
  +
{{Catch/entry2|118|Goldeen|yes|yes|yes|Fish Old|10|all=15%|type1=Water}}
  +
{{Catch/entry2|129|Magikarp|yes|yes|yes|Fish Old|10|all=85%|type1=Water}}
  +
{{Catch/entry2|118|Goldeen|yes|yes|yes|Fish Good|20|all=65%|type1=Water}}
  +
{{Catch/entry2|129|Magikarp|yes|yes|yes|Fish Good|20|all=35%|type1=Water}}
  +
{{Catch/entry2|118|Goldeen|yes|yes|yes|Fish Super|40|all=70%|type1=Water}}
  +
{{Catch/entry2|119|Seaking|yes|yes|yes|Fish Super|40|all=10%|type1=Water}}
  +
{{Catch/entry2|129|Magikarp|yes|yes|yes|Fish Super|40|all=20%|type1=Water}}
  +
{{Catch/footer|mountain}}
  +
  +
====Summit====
  +
''In the Japanese and Korean versions of {{2v2|Gold|Silver}}, {{p|Ursaring}} appears only in Silver, while {{p|Donphan}} appears only in Gold.''
  +
  +
{{Catch/header|mountain}}
  +
{{Catch/entry2|042|Golbat|yes|yes|no|Cave|48, 51|all=50%|type1=Poison|type2=Flying}}
  +
{{Catch/entry2|042|Golbat|no|no|yes|Cave|51|30%|30%|0%|type1=Poison|type2=Flying}}
  +
{{Catch/entry2|042|Golbat|no|no|yes|Cave|49-53|0%|0%|45%|type1=Poison|type2=Flying}}
  +
{{Catch/entry2|055|Golduck|yes|yes|no|Cave|51|all=5%|type1=Water}}
  +
{{Catch/entry2|055|Golduck|no|no|yes|Cave|45|0%|0%|5%|type1=Water}}
  +
{{Catch/entry2|075|Graveler|no|no|yes|Cave|48|all=20%|type1=Rock|type2=Ground}}
  +
{{Catch/entry2|095|Onix|yes|yes|yes|Cave|48|all=30%|type1=Rock|type2=Ground}}
  +
{{Catch/entry2|217|Ursaring|yes|no|no|Cave|50|all=10%|type1=Normal}}
  +
{{Catch/entry2|217|Ursaring|no|no|yes|Cave|50|10%|10%|0%|type1=Normal}}
  +
{{Catch/entry2|232|Donphan|no|yes|no|Cave|50|all=10%|type1=Ground}}
  +
{{Catch/entry2|246|Larvitar|yes|yes|no|Cave|15, 20|all=5%|type1=Rock|type2=Ground}}
  +
{{Catch/entry2|246|Larvitar|no|no|yes|Cave|15, 20|9%|9%|0%|type1=Rock|type2=Ground}}
  +
{{Catch/entry2|247|Pupitar|no|no|yes|Cave|20|1%|1%|0%|type1=Rock|type2=Ground}}
  +
{{Catch/footer|mountain}}
  +
  +
====Chambers====
  +
''In the Japanese and Korean versions of {{2v2|Gold|Silver}}, {{p|Ursaring}} appears only in Silver, while {{p|Donphan}} appears only in Gold.''
  +
  +
{{Catch/header|mountain}}
  +
{{Catch/entry2|042|Golbat|yes|yes|no|Cave|48|all=5%|type1=Poison|type2=Flying}}
  +
{{Catch/entry2|042|Golbat|no|no|yes|Cave|46-50|80%|80%|50%|type1=Poison|type2=Flying}}
  +
{{Catch/entry2|047|Parasect|no|no|yes|Cave|46-52|all=20%|type1=Bug|type2=Grass}}
  +
{{Catch/entry2|055|Golduck|yes|yes|no|Cave|48|all=30%|type1=Water}}
  +
{{Catch/entry2|195|Quagsire|yes|yes|no|Cave|45|40%|40%|10%|type1=Water|type2=Ground}}
  +
{{Catch/entry2|217|Ursaring|yes|no|no|Cave|47|all=20%|type1=Normal}}
  +
{{Catch/entry2|232|Donphan|no|yes|no|Cave|47|all=20%|type1=Ground}}
  +
{{Catch/entry2|246|Larvitar|yes|yes|no|Cave|15, 20|all=5%|type1=Rock|type2=Ground}}
  +
{{Catch/entry2|200|Misdreavus|yes|yes|yes|Cave|45|0%|0%|30%|type1=Ghost}}
  +
{{Catch/footer|mountain}}
   
 
===Generation IV===
 
===Generation IV===
{{Catchableheader|cave|2}}
+
====Exterior====
{{Catchentryhs|042|Golbat|yes|yes|Cave|45-51|Unknown}}
+
{{Catch/header|land}}
{{Catchentryhs|055|Golduck|yes|yes|Cave|48-51|Unknown}}
+
{{Catch/entryhs|077|Ponyta|yes|yes|Grass|42|all=30%|type1=Fire}}
{{Catchentryhs|075|Graveler|yes|yes|Cave|42-43|Unknown}}
+
{{Catch/entryhs|078|Rapidash|yes|yes|Grass|44|all=10%|type1=Fire}}
{{Catchentryhs|095|Onix|yes|yes|Cave|42-48|Unknown}}
+
{{Catch/entryhs|084|Doduo|yes|yes|Grass|41|5%|5%|0%|type1=Normal|type2=Flying}}
{{Catchentryhs|195|Quagsire|yes|yes|Cave|45|Unknown}}
+
{{Catch/entryhs|085|Dodrio|yes|yes|Grass|43|5%|5%|0%|type1=Normal|type2=Flying}}
{{Catchentryhs|200|Misdreavus|yes|yes|Cave|45|Unknown}}
+
{{Catch/entryhs|114|Tangela|yes|yes|Grass|41|all=30%|type1=Grass}}
{{Catchentryhs|208|Steelix|yes|yes|Cave|20-48|Unknown}}
+
{{Catch/entryhs|215|Sneasel|yes|yes|Grass|41-43|0%|0%|10%|type1=Dark|type2=Ice}}
{{Catchentryhs|215|Sneasel|yes|yes|Cave|45-50|Unknown}}
+
{{Catch/entryhs|217|Ursaring|no|yes|Grass|42|all=20%|type1=Normal}}
{{Catchentryhs|216|Teddiursa|no|yes|Cave|48|Unknown}}
+
{{Catch/entryhs|232|Donphan|yes|no|Grass|42|all=20%|type1=Ground}}
{{Catchentryhs|217|Ursaring|no|yes|Cave|44-50|Unknown}}
+
{{Catch/div|water|Surfing}}
{{Catchentryhs|231|Phanpy|yes|no|Cave|43-48|Unknown}}
+
{{Catch/entryhs|060|Poliwag|yes|yes|Surf|30-40|all=9%|type1=Water}}
{{Catchentryhs|232|Donphan|yes|no|Cave|44-50|Unknown}}
+
{{Catch/entryhs|061|Poliwhirl|yes|yes|Surf|30-48|all=91%|type1=Water}}
{{Catchentryhs|246|Larvitar|yes|yes|Cave|15-48|Unknown}}
+
{{Catch/div|water|Fishing}}
{{Catchentryhs|247|Pupitar|yes|yes|Cave|45|Unknown}}
+
{{Catch/entryhs|060|Poliwag|yes|yes|Fish Old|10|all=15%|type1=Water}}
{{Catchentryhs|296|Makuhita|yes|yes|Hoenn Sound|43|Unknown}}
+
{{Catch/entryhs|129|Magikarp|yes|yes|Fish Old|10|all=85%|type1=Water}}
{{Catchentryhs|359|Absol|yes|yes|Hoenn Sound|42-44|Unknown}}
+
{{Catch/entryhs|060|Poliwag|yes|yes|Fish Good|20|all=60%|type1=Water}}
{{Catchentryhs|433|Chingling|yes|yes|Sinnoh Sound|Unknown|Unknown}}
+
{{Catch/entryhs|129|Magikarp|yes|yes|Fish Good|20|all=40%|type1=Water}}
{{Catchentryhs|436|Bronzor|yes|yes|Sinnoh Sound|Unknown|Unknown}}
+
{{Catch/entryhs|060|Poliwag|yes|yes|Fish Super|40|all=80%|type1=Water}}
{{catchbar|Special Pokémon}}
+
{{Catch/entryhs|129|Magikarp|yes|yes|Fish Super|40|all=20%|type1=Water}}
{{Catchentryhs|146|Moltres|yes|yes|Inside|50|Only One}}
+
{{Catch/div|land|Headbutt}}
{{Catchablefooter|cave|2}}
+
{{Catch/entryhs|177|Natu|yes|yes|Headbutt|39-44|all=10%|type1=Psychic|type2=Flying|10=j}}
  +
{{Catch/entryhs|190|Aipom|yes|yes|Headbutt|39-44|all=30%|type1=Normal|10=j}}
  +
{{Catch/entryhs|214|Heracross|yes|yes|Headbutt|39-44|all=60%|type1=Bug|type2=Fighting|10=j}}
  +
{{Catch/div|land|Special}}
  +
{{Catch/entryhs|264|Linoone|yes|yes|Hoenn|42|all=20%|type1=Normal}}
  +
{{Catch/entryhs|293|Whismur|yes|yes|Hoenn|41-42|all=20%|type1=Normal}}
  +
{{Catch/entryhs|399|Bidoof|yes|yes|Sinnoh|42|all=20%|type1=Normal}}
  +
{{Catch/entryhs|418|Buizel|yes|yes|Sinnoh|41-42|all=20%|type1=Water}}
  +
{{Catch/footer|land}}
   
====Moltres====
+
====1F====
{{Pokémon|gen=4
+
{{Catch/header|mountain|4}}
|ndex=146
+
{{Catch/entryhs|042|Golbat|yes|yes|Cave|45|all=5%|type1=Poison|type2=Flying}}
|game=HeartGold
+
{{Catch/entryhs|075|Graveler|yes|yes|Cave|41-43|all=20%|type1=Rock|type2=Ground}}
|pokemon=Moltres
+
{{Catch/entryhs|095|Onix|yes|yes|Cave|42|all=30%|type1=Rock|type2=Ground}}
|type1=Fire
+
{{Catch/entryhs|216|Teddiursa|no|yes|Cave|43|all=10%|type1=Normal}}
|type2=Flying
+
{{Catch/entryhs|217|Ursaring|no|yes|Cave|44|all=30%|type1=Normal}}
|level=50
+
{{Catch/entryhs|231|Phanpy|yes|no|Cave|43|all=10%|type1=Ground}}
|ability=Pressure
+
{{Catch/entryhs|232|Donphan|yes|no|Cave|44|all=30%|type1=Ground}}
|move1=Air Slash
+
{{Catch/entryhs|246|Larvitar|yes|yes|Cave|15-20|all=5%|type1=Rock|type2=Ground}}
|move1type=Flying
+
{{Catch/div|cave|Special}}
|move1cat=Special
+
{{Catch/entryhs|296|Makuhita|yes|yes|Hoenn|43|all=20%|type1=Fighting}}
|move2=Safeguard
+
{{Catch/entryhs|359|Absol|yes|yes|Hoenn|42-44|all=20%|type1=Dark}}
|move2type=Normal
+
{{Catch/entryhs|433|Chingling|yes|yes|Sinnoh|43|all=20%|type1=Psychic}}
|move2cat=Status
+
{{Catch/entryhs|436|Bronzor|yes|yes|Sinnoh|42-44|all=20%|type1=Steel|type2=Psychic}}
|move3=Flamethrower
+
{{Catch/div|water|Surfing}}
|move3type=Fire
+
{{Catch/entryhs|118|Goldeen|yes|yes|Surf|30-40|all=9%|type1=Water}}
|move3cat=Special
+
{{Catch/entryhs|119|Seaking|yes|yes|Surf|30-50|all=91%|type1=Water}}
|move4=AncientPower
+
{{Catch/div|water|Fishing}}
|move4type=Rock
+
{{Catch/entryhs|118|Goldeen|yes|yes|Fish Old|10|all=15%|type1=Water}}
|move4cat=Special}}
+
{{Catch/entryhs|129|Magikarp|yes|yes|Fish Old|10|all=85%|type1=Water}}
  +
{{Catch/entryhs|118|Goldeen|yes|yes|Fish Good|20|all=30%|type1=Water}}
  +
{{Catch/entryhs|119|Seaking|yes|yes|Fish Good|20|all=20%|type1=Water}}
  +
{{Catch/entryhs|129|Magikarp|yes|yes|Fish Good|20|50%|50%|40%|type1=Water}}
  +
{{Catch/entryhs|130|Gyarados|yes|yes|Fish Good|20|0%|0%|10%|type1=Water}}
  +
{{Catch/entryhs|119|Seaking|yes|yes|Fish Super|40|50%|50%|20%|type1=Water}}
  +
{{Catch/entryhs|130|Gyarados|yes|yes|Fish Super|40|50%|50%|80%|type1=Water}}
  +
{{Catch/footer|mountain}}
  +
  +
====Expert Belt chamber====
  +
{{Catch/header|mountain}}
  +
{{Catch/entryhs|042|Golbat|yes|yes|Cave|48|all=5%|type1=Poison|type2=Flying}}
  +
{{Catch/entryhs|055|Golduck|yes|yes|Cave|48|all=20%|type1=Water}}
  +
{{Catch/entryhs|195|Quagsire|yes|yes|Cave|45|35%|35%|5%|type1=Water|type2=Ground}}
  +
{{Catch/entryhs|200|Misdreavus|yes|yes|Cave|45|0%|0%|30%|type1=Ghost}}
  +
{{Catch/entryhs|216|Teddiursa|no|yes|Cave|46|all=10%|type1=Normal}}
  +
{{Catch/entryhs|217|Ursaring|no|yes|Cave|47-48|all=20%|type1=Normal}}
  +
{{Catch/entryhs|231|Phanpy|yes|no|Cave|46|all=10%|type1=Ground}}
  +
{{Catch/entryhs|232|Donphan|yes|no|Cave|47-48|all=20%|type1=Ground}}
  +
{{Catch/entryhs|246|Larvitar|yes|yes|Cave|15-20|all=5%|type1=Rock|type2=Ground}}
  +
{{Catch/entryhs|247|Pupitar|yes|no|Cave|45|all=5%|type1=Rock|type2=Ground}}
  +
{{Catch/entryhs|247|Pupitar|no|yes|Cave|30|all=5%|type1=Rock|type2=Ground}}
  +
{{Catch/div|cave|Special}}
  +
{{Catch/entryhs|296|Makuhita|yes|yes|Hoenn|48-50|all=20%|type1=Fighting}}
  +
{{Catch/entryhs|359|Absol|yes|yes|Hoenn|46-48|all=20%|type1=Dark}}
  +
{{Catch/entryhs|433|Chingling|yes|yes|Sinnoh|48-50|all=20%|type1=Psychic}}
  +
{{Catch/entryhs|436|Bronzor|yes|yes|Sinnoh|46-48|all=20%|type1=Steel|type2=Psychic}}
  +
{{Catch/footer|mountain}}
  +
  +
====Moltres's chamber====
  +
{{Catch/header|mountain}}
  +
{{Catch/entryhs|042|Golbat|yes|yes|Cave|48|all=5%|type1=Poison|type2=Flying}}
  +
{{Catch/entryhs|055|Golduck|yes|yes|Cave|48|all=10%|type1=Water}}
  +
{{Catch/entryhs|195|Quagsire|yes|yes|Cave|45|40%|40%|30%|type1=Water|type2=Ground}}
  +
{{Catch/entryhs|200|Misdreavus|yes|yes|Cave|45|0%|0%|10%|type1=Ghost}}
  +
{{Catch/entryhs|208|Steelix|yes|yes|Cave|48|all=20%|type1=Steel|type2=Ground}}
  +
{{Catch/entryhs|217|Ursaring|no|yes|Cave|47-48|all=20%|type1=Normal}}
  +
{{Catch/entryhs|232|Donphan|yes|no|Cave|47-48|all=20%|type1=Ground}}
  +
{{Catch/entryhs|246|Larvitar|yes|yes|Cave|15-20|all=5%|type1=Rock|type2=Ground}}
  +
{{Catch/div|cave|Special}}
  +
{{Catch/entryhs|296|Makuhita|yes|yes|Hoenn|47-48|all=20%|type1=Fighting}}
  +
{{Catch/entryhs|359|Absol|yes|yes|Hoenn|45-48|all=20%|type1=Dark}}
  +
{{Catch/entryhs|433|Chingling|yes|yes|Sinnoh|47-48|all=20%|type1=Psychic}}
  +
{{Catch/entryhs|436|Bronzor|yes|yes|Sinnoh|45-48|all=20%|type1=Steel|type2=Psychic}}
  +
{{Catch/entryhs|146|Moltres|yes|yes|Special|50|all=One|type1=Fire|type2=Flying}}
  +
{{Catch/footer|mountain}}
  +
  +
====Lower mountainside====
  +
{{Catch/header|mountain|4}}
  +
{{Catch/entryhs|042|Golbat|yes|yes|Grass|48-51|all=40%|type1=Poison|type2=Flying}}
  +
{{Catch/entryhs|055|Golduck|yes|yes|Grass|51|all=5%|type1=Water}}
  +
{{Catch/entryhs|095|Onix|yes|yes|Grass|48|all=30%|type1=Rock|type2=Ground}}
  +
{{Catch/entryhs|216|Teddiursa|no|yes|Grass|48|all=10%|type1=Normal}}
  +
{{Catch/entryhs|217|Ursaring|no|yes|Grass|50|all=10%|type1=Normal}}
  +
{{Catch/entryhs|231|Phanpy|yes|no|Grass|48|all=10%|type1=Ground}}
  +
{{Catch/entryhs|232|Donphan|yes|no|Grass|50|all=10%|type1=Ground}}
  +
{{Catch/entryhs|246|Larvitar|yes|yes|Grass|15-20|all=5%|type1=Rock|type2=Ground}}
  +
{{Catch/div|cave|Special}}
  +
{{Catch/entryhs|296|Makuhita|yes|yes|Hoenn|48|all=20%|type1=Fighting}}
  +
{{Catch/entryhs|359|Absol|yes|yes|Hoenn|48-51|all=20%|type1=Dark}}
  +
{{Catch/entryhs|433|Chingling|yes|yes|Sinnoh|48|all=20%|type1=Psychic}}
  +
{{Catch/entryhs|436|Bronzor|yes|yes|Sinnoh|48-51|all=20%|type1=Steel|type2=Psychic}}
  +
{{Catch/div|mountain|Headbutt}}
  +
{{Catch/entryhs|177|Natu|yes|yes|Headbutt|40-44|all=10%|type1=Psychic|type2=Flying|10=j}}
  +
{{Catch/entryhs|190|Aipom|yes|yes|Headbutt|39-44|all=30%|type1=Normal|10=j}}
  +
{{Catch/entryhs|214|Heracross|yes|yes|Headbutt|39-44|all=60%|type1=Bug|type2=Fighting|10=j}}
  +
{{Catch/footer|mountain}}
  +
  +
====2F====
  +
{{Catch/header|mountain}}
  +
{{Catch/entryhs|042|Golbat|yes|yes|Cave|48|all=5%|type1=Poison|type2=Flying}}
  +
{{Catch/entryhs|055|Golduck|yes|yes|Cave|48|all=10%|type1=Water}}
  +
{{Catch/entryhs|195|Quagsire|yes|yes|Cave|45|30%|30%|20%|type1=Water|type2=Ground}}
  +
{{Catch/entryhs|200|Misdreavus|yes|yes|Cave|45|0%|0%|10%|type1=Ghost}}
  +
{{Catch/entryhs|215|Sneasel|yes|yes|Cave|48|all=20%|type1=Dark|type2=Ice}}
  +
{{Catch/entryhs|216|Teddiursa|no|yes|Cave|46|all=10%|type1=Normal}}
  +
{{Catch/entryhs|217|Ursaring|no|yes|Cave|48-50|all=20%|type1=Normal}}
  +
{{Catch/entryhs|231|Phanpy|yes|no|Cave|46|all=10%|type1=Ground}}
  +
{{Catch/entryhs|232|Donphan|yes|no|Cave|48-50|all=20%|type1=Ground}}
  +
{{Catch/entryhs|246|Larvitar|yes|yes|Cave|15-20|all=5%|type1=Rock|type2=Ground}}
  +
{{Catch/div|cave|Special}}
  +
{{Catch/entryhs|296|Makuhita|yes|yes|Hoenn|48-50|all=20%|type1=Fighting}}
  +
{{Catch/entryhs|359|Absol|yes|yes|Hoenn|46-48|all=20%|type1=Dark}}
  +
{{Catch/entryhs|433|Chingling|yes|yes|Sinnoh|48-50|all=20%|type1=Psychic}}
  +
{{Catch/entryhs|436|Bronzor|yes|yes|Sinnoh|46-48|all=20%|type1=Steel|type2=Psychic}}
  +
{{Catch/footer|mountain}}
  +
  +
====Upper mountainside====
  +
{{Catch/header|snow}}
  +
{{Catch/entryhs|042|Golbat|yes|yes|Grass|48|all=5%|type1=Poison|type2=Flying}}
  +
{{Catch/entryhs|055|Golduck|yes|yes|Grass|48|30%|30%|20%|type1=Water}}
  +
{{Catch/entryhs|195|Quagsire|yes|yes|Grass|45|15%|15%|10%|type1=Water|type2=Ground}}
  +
{{Catch/entryhs|200|Misdreavus|yes|yes|Grass|45, 48|0%|0%|15%|type1=Ghost}}
  +
{{Catch/entryhs|215|Sneasel|yes|yes|Grass|45|all=20%|type1=Dark|type2=Ice}}
  +
{{Catch/entryhs|217|Ursaring|no|yes|Grass|47|all=20%|type1=Normal}}
  +
{{Catch/entryhs|232|Donphan|yes|no|Grass|47|all=20%|type1=Ground}}
  +
{{Catch/entryhs|246|Larvitar|yes|yes|Grass|15-30|all=10%|type1=Rock|type2=Ground}}
  +
{{Catch/div|snow|Special}}
  +
{{Catch/entryhs|296|Makuhita|yes|yes|Hoenn|47|all=20%|type1=Fighting}}
  +
{{Catch/entryhs|359|Absol|yes|yes|Hoenn|45-48|all=20%|type1=Dark}}
  +
{{Catch/entryhs|433|Chingling|yes|yes|Sinnoh|47|all=20%|type1=Psychic}}
  +
{{Catch/entryhs|436|Bronzor|yes|yes|Sinnoh|45-48|all=20%|type1=Steel|type2=Psychic}}
  +
{{Catch/footer|snow}}
  +
  +
====3F====
  +
{{Catch/header|mountain}}
  +
{{Catch/entryhs|042|Golbat|yes|yes|Cave|48|all=5%|type1=Poison|type2=Flying}}
  +
{{Catch/entryhs|055|Golduck|yes|yes|Cave|48|all=30%|type1=Water}}
  +
{{Catch/entryhs|195|Quagsire|yes|yes|Cave|45|20%|20%|10%|type1=Water|type2=Ground}}
  +
{{Catch/entryhs|200|Misdreavus|yes|yes|Cave|45|0%|0%|10%|type1=Ghost}}
  +
{{Catch/entryhs|215|Sneasel|yes|yes|Cave|50|all=20%|type1=Dark|type2=Ice}}
  +
{{Catch/entryhs|217|Ursaring|no|yes|Cave|47|all=20%|type1=Normal}}
  +
{{Catch/entryhs|232|Donphan|yes|no|Cave|47|all=20%|type1=Ground}}
  +
{{Catch/entryhs|246|Larvitar|yes|yes|Cave|15-20|all=5%|type1=Rock|type2=Ground}}
  +
{{Catch/div|cave|Special}}
  +
{{Catch/entryhs|296|Makuhita|yes|yes|Hoenn|47|all=20%|type1=Fighting}}
  +
{{Catch/entryhs|359|Absol|yes|yes|Hoenn|45-48|all=20%|type1=Dark}}
  +
{{Catch/entryhs|433|Chingling|yes|yes|Sinnoh|47|all=20%|type1=Psychic}}
  +
{{Catch/entryhs|436|Bronzor|yes|yes|Sinnoh|45-48|all=20%|type1=Steel|type2=Psychic}}
  +
{{Catch/footer|mountain}}
   
 
==Trainers==
 
==Trainers==
==={{3v2|Gold|Silver|Crystal}}===
+
===Core series===
{{Party
+
====Generation II====
  +
{{Party/Single
 
|color={{red color}}
 
|color={{red color}}
 
|headcolor={{red color light}}
 
|headcolor={{red color light}}
 
|bordercolor={{red color dark}}
 
|bordercolor={{red color dark}}
|sprite=GSC_Trainer_Red.png‎
+
|sprite=Spr GS Red.png‎
|prize={{Pdollar}}7700
+
|prize={{PDollar}}7700
|class=[[Pokémon Trainer|<sup>P</sup><sub>K</sub><sup>M</sup><sub>N</sub> Trainer]]
+
|class={{PK}}{{MN}} Trainer
|name=Red
+
|classlink=Pokémon Trainer
|game=[[Pokémon Gold and Silver Versions|{{color|000000|Gold, Silver,}}]] and [[Pokémon Crystal Version|{{color|000000|Crystal}}]]
+
|name={{color2|000|Red (game)|Red}}
|location=[[Mt. Silver|{{color|000000|Mt. Silver}}]]
+
|game=GSC
|pokemon=6
+
|location=Mt. Silver
|pokemon1={{Pokémon
+
|locationname=Silver Cave
|gen=2
+
|pokemon=6}}
|game=Gold
+
|{{Pokémon/2
  +
|game=Crystal
 
|ndex=025
 
|ndex=025
 
|pokemon=Pikachu
 
|pokemon=Pikachu
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|level=81
 
|level=81
 
|type1=Electric
 
|type1=Electric
|move1=Charm
+
|move1=Charm|move1type=Normal
|move1type=Normal
+
|move2=Quick Attack|move2type=Normal
|move2=Quick Attack
+
|move3=Thunderbolt|move3type=Electric
|move2type=Normal
+
|move4=Thunder|move4type=Electric}}
|move3=Thunderbolt
+
|{{Pokémon/2
|move3type=Electric
+
|game=Crystal
|move4=Thunder
 
|move4type=Electric}}
 
|pokemon2={{Pokémon
 
|gen=2
 
|game=Gold
 
 
|ndex=196
 
|ndex=196
 
|pokemon=Espeon
 
|pokemon=Espeon
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|level=73
 
|level=73
 
|type1=Psychic
 
|type1=Psychic
|move1=Mud-Slap
+
|move1=Mud-Slap|move1type=Ground
|move1type=Ground
+
|move2=Swift|move2type=Normal
|move2=Swift
+
|move3=Reflect|move3type=Psychic
|move2type=Normal
+
|move4=Psychic|move4type=Psychic}}
|move3=Reflect
+
|{{Pokémon/2
|move3type=Psychic
+
|game=Crystal
|move4=Psychic
 
|move4type=Psychic}}
 
|pokemon3={{Pokémon
 
|gen=2
 
|game=Gold
 
 
|ndex=143
 
|ndex=143
 
|pokemon=Snorlax
 
|pokemon=Snorlax
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|level=75
 
|level=75
 
|type1=Normal
 
|type1=Normal
|move1=Amnesia
+
|move1=Amnesia|move1type=Psychic
|move1type=Psychic
+
|move2=Snore|move2type=Normal
|move2=Snore
+
|move3=Rest|move3type=Psychic
|move2type=Normal
+
|move4=Body Slam|move4type=Normal}}
|move3=Rest
+
{{Party/Div|color={{red color}}}}
|move3type=Psychic
+
|{{Pokémon/2
|move4=Body Slam
+
|game=Crystal
|move4type=Normal}}
 
||pokemon4={{Pokémon
 
|gen=2
 
|game=Gold
 
 
|ndex=003
 
|ndex=003
 
|pokemon=Venusaur
 
|pokemon=Venusaur
 
|gender=male
 
|gender=male
 
|level=77
 
|level=77
|type1=Grass
+
|type1=Grass|type2=Poison
|type2=Poison
+
|move1=Sunny Day|move1type=Fire
|move1=Sunny Day
+
|move2=Giga Drain|move2type=Grass
|move1type=Fire
+
|move3=Synthesis|move3type=Grass
|move2=Giga Drain
+
|move4=SolarBeam|move4type=Grass}}
|move2type=Grass
+
|{{Pokémon/2
|move3=Synthesis
+
|game=Crystal
|move3type=Grass
 
|move4=SolarBeam
 
|move4type=Grass}}
 
|pokemon5={{Pokémon
 
|gen=2
 
|game=Gold
 
 
|ndex=006
 
|ndex=006
 
|pokemon=Charizard
 
|pokemon=Charizard
 
|gender=male
 
|gender=male
 
|level=77
 
|level=77
|type1=Fire
+
|type1=Fire|type2=Flying
|type2=Flying
+
|move1=Flamethrower|move1type=Fire
|move1=Flamethrower
+
|move2=Wing Attack|move2type=Flying
|move1type=Fire
+
|move3=Slash|move3type=Normal
|move2=Wing Attack
+
|move4=Fire Spin|move4type=Fire}}
|move2type=Flying
+
|{{Pokémon/2
|move3=Slash
+
|game=Crystal
|move3type=Normal
 
|move4=Fire Spin
 
|move4type=Fire}}
 
|pokemon6={{Pokémon
 
|gen=2
 
|game=Gold
 
 
|ndex=009
 
|ndex=009
 
|pokemon=Blastoise
 
|pokemon=Blastoise
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|level=77
 
|level=77
 
|type1=Water
 
|type1=Water
|move1=Rain Dance
+
|move1=Rain Dance|move1type=Water
|move1type=Water
+
|move2=Blizzard|move2type=Ice
|move2=Blizzard
+
|move3=Surf|move3type=Water
|move2type=Ice
+
|move4=Whirlpool|move4type=Water}}
|move3=Surf
+
{{Party/Footer}}
|move3type=Water
 
|move4=Whirlpool
 
|move4type=Water}}
 
}}
 
   
==={{2v2|HeartGold|SoulSilver}}===
+
====Generation IV====
{{Party|
+
{{Party/Single
|color={{firered color}}
+
|color={{red color}}
|bordercolor={{firered color dark}}
+
|bordercolor={{red color dark}}
|headcolor={{firered color light}}
+
|headcolor={{red color light}}
|sprite=RedHGSS.gif
+
|sprite=Spr HGSS Red.png
|prize={{Pdollar}}16,800
+
|prize={{PDollar}}16800
|class=[[Pokémon Trainer|<sup>P</sup><sub>K</sub><sup>M</sup><sub>N</sub> Trainer]]
+
|class={{PK}}{{MN}} Trainer
|name=[[Red (game)|Red]]
+
|classlink=Pokémon Trainer
|game=[[Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver Versions|{{color|000000|HeartGold and SoulSilver}}]]
+
|name={{color2|000|Red (game)|Red}}
|location=[[Mt. Silver|{{color|000000|Mt. Silver}}]]
+
|game=HGSS
|pokemon=6
+
|location=Mt. Silver
|pokemon1={{Pokémon
+
|locationname=Mt. Silver Cave
|gen=4
+
|pokemon=6}}
|game=HeartGold and SoulSilver
+
|{{Pokémon/4
  +
|game=HeartGold
 
|ndex=025
 
|ndex=025
 
|pokemon=Pikachu
 
|pokemon=Pikachu
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|held=Light Ball
 
|held=Light Ball
 
|level=88
 
|level=88
|move1=Volt Tackle
+
|move1=Volt Tackle|move1type=Electric|move1cat=Physical
|move1type=Electric
+
|move2=Iron Tail|move2type=Steel|move2cat=Physical
|move1cat=Physical
+
|move3=Quick Attack|move3type=Normal|move3cat=Physical
|move2=Iron Tail
+
|move4=Thunderbolt|move4type=Electric|move4cat=Special}}
|move2type=Steel
+
|{{Pokémon/4
|move2cat=Physical
 
|move3=Quick Attack
 
|move3type=Normal
 
|move3cat=Physical
 
|move4=Thunderbolt
 
|move4type=Electric
 
|move4cat=Special}}
 
|pokemon2={{Pokémon
 
|gen=4
 
 
|ndex=131
 
|ndex=131
 
|pokemon=Lapras
 
|pokemon=Lapras
 
|gender=male
 
|gender=male
|game=HeartGold and SoulSilver
+
|game=HeartGold
|type1=Water
+
|type1=Water|type2=Ice
|type2=Ice
 
 
|ability=Shell Armor
 
|ability=Shell Armor
 
|level=80
 
|level=80
|move1=Blizzard
+
|move1=Blizzard|move1type=Ice|move1cat=Special
|move1type=Ice
+
|move2=Brine|move2type=Water|move2cat=Special
|move1cat=Special
+
|move3=Psychic|move3type=Psychic|move3cat=Special
|move2=Brine
+
|move4=Body Slam|move4type=Normal|move4cat=Physical}}
|move2type=Water
+
|{{Pokémon/4
|move2cat=Special
 
|move3=Psychic
 
|move3type=Psychic
 
|move3cat=Special
 
|move4=Body Slam
 
|move4type=Normal
 
|move4cat=Physical}}
 
|pokemon3={{Pokémon
 
|gen=4
 
 
|ndex=143
 
|ndex=143
 
|pokemon=Snorlax
 
|pokemon=Snorlax
 
|gender=male
 
|gender=male
|game=HeartGold and SoulSilver
+
|game=HeartGold
 
|type1=Normal
 
|type1=Normal
 
|ability=Thick Fat
 
|ability=Thick Fat
 
|level=82
 
|level=82
|move1=Shadow Ball
+
|move1=Shadow Ball|move1type=Ghost|move1cat=Special
|move1type=Ghost
+
|move2=Crunch|move2type=Dark|move2cat=Physical
|move1cat=Special
+
|move3=Blizzard|move3type=Ice|move3cat=Special
|move2=Crunch
+
|move4=Giga Impact|move4type=Normal|move4cat=Physical}}
|move2type=Dark
+
{{Party/Div|color={{red color}}}}
|move2cat=Physical
+
|{{Pokémon/4
|move3=Blizzard
 
|move3type=Ice
 
|move3cat=Special
 
|move4=Giga Impact
 
|move4type=Normal
 
|move4cat=Physical}}
 
|pokemon4={{Pokémon
 
|gen=4
 
 
|ndex=003
 
|ndex=003
 
|pokemon=Venusaur
 
|pokemon=Venusaur
 
|gender=male
 
|gender=male
 
|spritegender=male
 
|spritegender=male
|game=HeartGold and SoulSilver
+
|game=HeartGold
|type1=Grass
+
|type1=Grass|type2=Poison
|type2=Poison
 
 
|ability=Overgrow
 
|ability=Overgrow
 
|level=84
 
|level=84
|move1=Sludge Bomb
+
|move1=Sludge Bomb|move1type=Poison|move1cat=Special
|move1type=Poison
+
|move2=Giga Drain|move2type=Grass|move2cat=Special
|move1cat=Special
+
|move3=Sleep Powder|move3type=Grass|move3cat=Status
|move2=Giga Drain
+
|move4=Frenzy Plant|move4type=Grass|move4cat=Special}}
|move2type=Grass
+
|{{Pokémon/4
|move2cat=Special
 
|move3=Sleep Powder
 
|move3type=Grass
 
|move3cat=Status
 
|move4=Frenzy Plant
 
|move4type=Grass
 
|move4cat=Special}}
 
|pokemon5={{Pokémon
 
|gen=4
 
 
|ndex=006
 
|ndex=006
 
|pokemon=Charizard
 
|pokemon=Charizard
 
|gender=male
 
|gender=male
|game=HeartGold and SoulSilver
+
|game=HeartGold
|type1=Fire
+
|type1=Fire|type2=Flying
|type2=Flying
 
 
|ability=Blaze
 
|ability=Blaze
 
|level=84
 
|level=84
|move1=Flare Blitz
+
|move1=Flare Blitz|move1type=Fire|move1cat=Physical
|move1type=Fire
+
|move2=Air Slash|move2type=Flying|move2cat=Special
|move1cat=Physical
+
|move3=Blast Burn|move3type=Fire|move3cat=Special
|move2=Air Slash
+
|move4=Dragon Pulse|move4type=Dragon|move4cat=Special}}
|move2type=Flying
+
|{{Pokémon/4
|move2cat=Special
 
|move3=Blast Burn
 
|move3type=Fire
 
|move3cat=Special
 
|move4=Dragon Pulse
 
|move4type=Dragon
 
|move4cat=Special}}
 
|pokemon6={{Pokémon
 
|gen=4
 
 
|ndex=009
 
|ndex=009
|pokemon=Blastoise
+
|pokemon=Blastoise
 
|gender=male
 
|gender=male
|game=HeartGold and SoulSilver
+
|game=HeartGold
 
|type1=Water
 
|type1=Water
 
|ability=Torrent
 
|ability=Torrent
 
|level=84
 
|level=84
|move1=Focus Blast
+
|move1=Focus Blast|move1type=Fighting|move1cat=Special
|move1type=Fighting
+
|move2=Hydro Cannon|move2type=Water|move2cat=Special
|move1cat=Special
+
|move3=Blizzard|move3type=Ice|move3cat=Special
|move2=Hydro Cannon
+
|move4=Flash Cannon|move4type=Steel|move4cat=Special}}
|move2type=Water
+
{{Party/Footer}}
|move2cat=Special
 
|move3=Blizzard
 
|move3type=Ice
 
|move3cat=Special
 
|move4=Flash Cannon
 
|move4type=Steel
 
|move4cat=Special}}
 
}}
 
   
==Eyecatch==
+
===Side series===
  +
====[[Pokémon Stadium 2]]====
  +
=====Round 1=====
  +
{{Party/Single
  +
|color={{red color}}
  +
|headcolor={{red color light}}
  +
|bordercolor={{red color dark}}
  +
|sprite=S2 Pokémon Trainer Red.png‎
  +
|prize=N/A
  +
|class=Pokémon Trainer
  +
|classlink=Pokémon Trainer
  +
|name={{color2|000|Red (game)|Red}}
  +
|game=Stadium2
  +
|location=Gym Leader Castle
  +
|locationname=Kanto Gym Leader Castle
  +
|pokemon=6}}
  +
|{{Pokémon/2
  +
|ndex=154 f
  +
|pokemon=Meganium
  +
|gender=female
  +
|level=50-100
  +
|held=Mint Berry
  +
|type1=Grass
  +
|move1=Razor Leaf|move1type=Grass
  +
|move2=Body Slam|move2type=Normal
  +
|move3=Giga Drain|move3type=Grass
  +
|move4=Synthesis|move4type=Grass}}
  +
|{{Pokémon/2
  +
|ndex=160
  +
|pokemon=Feraligatr
  +
|gender=male
  +
|level=50-100
  +
|held=MiracleBerry
  +
|type1=Water
  +
|move1=Surf|move1type=Water
  +
|move2=Slash|move2type=Normal
  +
|move3=Blizzard|move3type=Ice
  +
|move4=Bite|move4type=Dark}}
  +
|{{Pokémon/2
  +
|ndex=157
  +
|pokemon=Typhlosion
  +
|gender=male
  +
|level=50-100
  +
|held=Focus Band
  +
|type1=Fire
  +
|move1=Flamethrower|move1type=Fire
  +
|move2=Quick Attack|move2type=Normal
  +
|move3=ThunderPunch|move3type=Electric
  +
|move4=Dig|move4type=Ground}}
  +
{{Party/Div|color={{red color}}}}
  +
|{{Pokémon/2
  +
|ndex=135
  +
|pokemon=Jolteon
  +
|gender=female
  +
|level=50-100
  +
|held=King's Rock
  +
|type1=Electric
  +
|move1=Thunder|move1type=Electric
  +
|move2=Bite|move2type=Dark
  +
|move3=Thunder Wave|move3type=Electric
  +
|move4=Quick Attack|move4type=Normal}}
  +
|{{Pokémon/2
  +
|ndex=212
  +
|pokemon=Scizor
  +
|gender=male
  +
|level=50-100
  +
|held=Quick Claw
  +
|type1=Bug|type2=Steel
  +
|move1=Metal Claw|move1type=Steel
  +
|move2=Quick Attack|move2type=Normal
  +
|move3=Slash|move3type=Normal
  +
|move4=Sleep Talk|move4type=Normal}}
  +
|{{Pokémon/2
  +
|ndex=128
  +
|pokemon=Tauros
  +
|gender=male
  +
|level=50-100
  +
|held=Scope Lens
  +
|type1=Normal
  +
|move1=Headbutt|move1type=Normal
  +
|move2=Earthquake|move2type=Ground
  +
|move3=Iron Tail|move3type=Steel
  +
|move4=Hyper Beam|move4type=Normal}}
  +
{{Party/Footer}}
  +
  +
=====Round 2=====
  +
{{Party/Single
  +
|color={{red color}}
  +
|headcolor={{red color light}}
  +
|bordercolor={{red color dark}}
  +
|sprite=S2 Pokémon Trainer Red.png‎
  +
|prize=N/A
  +
|class=Pokémon Trainer
  +
|classlink=Pokémon Trainer
  +
|name={{color2|000|Red (game)|Red}}
  +
|game=Stadium2
  +
|location=Gym Leader Castle
  +
|locationname=Kanto Gym Leader Castle
  +
|pokemon=6}}
  +
|{{Pokémon/2
  +
|ndex=243
  +
|pokemon=Raikou
  +
|level=50-100
  +
|held=Focus Band
  +
|type1=Electric
  +
|move1=Thunderbolt|move1type=Electric
  +
|move2=Bite|move2type=Dark
  +
|move3=Iron Tail|move3type=Steel
  +
|move4=Hidden Power|move4type=Ice}}
  +
|{{Pokémon/2
  +
|ndex=244
  +
|pokemon=Entei
  +
|level=50-100
  +
|held=Scope Lens
  +
|type1=Fire
  +
|move1=Fire Blast|move1type=Fire
  +
|move2=Bite|move2type=Dark
  +
|move3=Iron Tail|move3type=Steel
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|move4=Hidden Power|move4type=Ground}}
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|{{Pokémon/2
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|ndex=245
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|pokemon=Suicune
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|level=50-100
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|held=BrightPowder
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|type1=Water
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|move1=Surf|move1type=Water
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|move2=Ice Beam|move2type=Ice
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|move3=Roar|move3type=Normal
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|move4=Hidden Power|move4type=Grass}}
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{{Party/Div|color={{red color}}}}
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|{{Pokémon/2
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|ndex=149
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|pokemon=Dragonite
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|gender=male
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|level=50-100
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|held=MiracleBerry
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|type1=Dragon
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|type2=Flying
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|move1=Fly|move1type=Flying
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|move2=Body Slam|move2type=Normal
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|move3=Thunder Wave|move3type=Electric
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|move4=Hidden Power|move4type=Fighting}}
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|{{Pokémon/2
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|ndex=143
  +
|pokemon=Snorlax
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|gender=male
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|level=50-100
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|held=Quick Claw
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|type1=Normal
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|move1=Body Slam|move1type=Normal
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|move2=Earthquake|move2type=Ground
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|move3=Shadow Ball|move3type=Ghost
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|move4=Hidden Power|move4type=Flying}}
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|{{Pokémon/2
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|ndex=196
  +
|pokemon=Espeon
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|gender=male
  +
|level=50-100
  +
|held=King's Rock
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|type1=Psychic
  +
|move1=Psychic|move1type=Psychic
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|move2=Bite|move2type=Dark
  +
|move3=Reflect|move3type=Psychic
  +
|move4=Hidden Power|move4type=Fire}}
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{{Party/Footer}}
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==[[Location preview|Preview]]==
 
<gallery>
 
<gallery>
 
File:HGSS Mt. Silver-Morning.png|Morning (Quagsire)
 
File:HGSS Mt. Silver-Morning.png|Morning (Quagsire)
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File:HGSS Mt. Silver-Night.png|Night (Misdreavus)
 
File:HGSS Mt. Silver-Night.png|Night (Misdreavus)
 
</gallery>
 
</gallery>
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==Layout==
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===Generation II===
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{| class="roundy" style="margin:auto; background: #000; border: 3px solid #{{locationcolor/dark|mountain}}"
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|-
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! style="background:#{{locationcolor/light|mountain}}; {{roundytl|5px}}" | Version
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! style="background:#{{locationcolor/light|mountain}}" | Exterior
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! style="background:#{{locationcolor/light|mountain}}" | 1F
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! style="background:#{{locationcolor/light|mountain}}" | 2F
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! style="background:#{{locationcolor/light|mountain}}" | Max Revive chamber
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! style="background:#{{locationcolor/light|mountain}}" | Full Restore chamber
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! style="background:#{{locationcolor/light|mountain}}; {{roundytr|5px}}" | Summit
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|-
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! style="background:#{{gold color}}" | {{color2|000|Pokémon Gold and Silver Versions|Gold}}
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| rowspan="3" | [[File:Mt. Silver Exterior GSC.png|150px]]
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| rowspan="3" | [[File:Mt Silver 1F GSC.png|110px]]
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| rowspan="3" | [[File:Mt Silver 2F GSC.png|160px]]
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| rowspan="3" | [[File:Mt. Silver 2F Max Revive GSC.png|125px|center]]
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| rowspan="3" | [[File:Mt. Silver 2F Full Restore GSC.png|125px|center]]
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| rowspan="3" | [[File:Mt. Silver Summit GSC.png|75px]]
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|-
  +
! style="background:#{{silver color}}" | {{color2|000|Pokémon Gold and Silver Versions|Silver}}
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|-
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! style="background:#{{crystal color}}" | {{color2|000|Pokémon Crystal Version|Crystal}}
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|-
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| colspan="7" style="background:#{{locationcolor/light|mountain}}; {{roundybottom|5px}}" | &nbsp;
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|}
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===Generation IV===
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{| class="roundy" style="margin:auto; background: #000; border: 3px solid #{{locationcolor/dark|mountain}}"
  +
|-
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! style="background:#{{locationcolor/light|mountain}}; {{roundytl|5px}}" | Version
  +
! style="background:#{{locationcolor/light|mountain}}" | Exterior
  +
! style="background:#{{locationcolor/light|mountain}}" | 1F
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! style="background:#{{locationcolor/light|mountain}}" | 2F
  +
! style="background:#{{locationcolor/light|mountain}}" | Expert Belt chamber
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! style="background:#{{locationcolor/light|mountain}}; {{roundytr|5px}}" | Moltres's chamber
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|-
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! style="background:#{{heartgold color}}" | {{color2|000|Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver Versions|HeartGold}}
  +
| rowspan="2" | [[File:Mt. Silver Exterior HGSS.png|150px]]
  +
| rowspan="2" | [[File:Mt. Silver 1F HGSS.png|150px]]
  +
| rowspan="2" | [[File:Mt. Silver 2F HGSS.png|150px]]
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| rowspan="2" | [[File:Mt. Silver Expert Belt HGSS.png|150px|center]]
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| rowspan="2" | [[File:Mt. Silver Moltres HGSS.png|150px|center]]
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|-
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! style="background:#{{soulsilver color}}" | {{color2|000|Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver Versions|SoulSilver}}
  +
|-
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| colspan="6" style="background:#{{locationcolor/light|mountain}}; {{roundybottom|5px}}" | &nbsp;
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|}
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{{-}}
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{| class="roundy" style="margin:auto; background: #000; border: 3px solid #{{locationcolor/dark|mountain}}"
  +
|-
  +
! style="background:#{{locationcolor/light|mountain}}; {{roundytl|5px}}" | Version
  +
! style="background:#{{locationcolor/light|mountain}}" | 3F
  +
! style="background:#{{locationcolor/light|mountain}}" | Lower mountainside
  +
! style="background:#{{locationcolor/light|mountain}}" | Upper mountainside
  +
! style="background:#{{locationcolor/light|mountain}}; {{roundytr|5px}}" | Summit
  +
|-
  +
! style="background:#{{heartgold color}}" | {{color2|000|Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver Versions|HeartGold}}
  +
| rowspan="2" | [[File:Mt. Silver 3F HGSS.png|188px]]
  +
| rowspan="2" | [[File:Mt. Silver Lower Mountainside HGSS.png|188px]]
  +
| rowspan="2" | [[File:Mt. Silver Upper Mountainside HGSS.png|188px]]
  +
| rowspan="2" | [[File:Mt. Silver Summit HGSS.png|188px]]
  +
|-
  +
! style="background:#{{soulsilver color}}" | {{color2|000|Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver Versions|SoulSilver}}
  +
|-
  +
| colspan="5" style="background:#{{locationcolor/light|mountain}}; {{roundybottom|5px}}" | &nbsp;
  +
|}
   
 
==In the anime==
 
==In the anime==
In the anime, Mt. Silver is the home of {{jo|Silver Town}}, a city that boasts at least 30 inhabitants. Silver Town's main attraction is the [[Silver Conference]], the [[Johto League]]'s yearly tournament that brings tourism to the city. Oddly, the anime depicts the mountain to be much smaller than shown in promotional maps.
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[[File:Mt. Silver anime.png|thumb|220px|Mt. Silver in the {{pkmn|anime}}]]
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{{Ash}} and {{ashfr}} planned to travel to Mt. Silver for the upcoming [[Silver Conference]], though the addition of {{AP|Larvitar}} to the group gave them another reason to pass through the mountainous area.
   
==In the Pokémon Adventures manga==
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They reached the base of Mt. Silver in ''[[EP262|You're a Star, Larvitar!]]'', and stopped off at the local [[Pokémon Center]]. Already competitors for the upcoming Silver Conference were gathering in droves, and Ash had a practice match against another [[Pokémon Master]] hopeful, [[Satchel]].
In the {{chap|Gold, Silver & Crystal}} of ''[[Pokémon Adventures]]'', {{adv|Red}} goes to the springs in Mt. Silver to recuperate from injuries he suffered from being frozen by [[Lorelei]]'s Pokémon during the {{chap|Yellow}}. While there, he meets [[Sabrina]], a former enemy of his, who is there to recuperate from similar injuries.
 
   
Later, Red and {{adv|Gold}} leave to Mt. Silver to train together.
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In ''[[EP264|Mother of All Battles!]]'', the group reached Larvitar's home, the Mt. Silver Pokémon Preserve. After defeating the troublesome [[Pokémon Poacher Brothers]], Larvitar was reunited with its mother, {{p|Tyranitar}}. [[Ranger Mason]] and crew protect the preservation area, and were pleased to have finally arrested Braggo and his gang.
  +
  +
In ''[[EP265|Pop Goes The Sneasel]]'', the group stopped off at the local {{p|Ho-Oh}} Shrine after the attendant reported a {{TP|Harrison|Sneasel}}, {{p|Machop}}, and {{p|Machoke}} were stopping anyone from reaching the Sacred Flame, which was needed for the opening of the Silver Conference. {{jo|Harrison}}, a {{pkmn|Trainer}} from the [[Hoenn]] [[region]], assisted Ash and his friends in defeating the trio of [[wild Pokémon]], and went on to {{pkmn2|caught|catch}} the Sneasel for himself.
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  +
Ash and his friends reached {{jo|Silver Town}}, the host city of the Silver Conference, in ''[[EP266|A Claim to Flame!]]''. The city boasts at least 30 inhabitants, but the [[Johto League]]'s yearly tournament brings a large amount of tourism to the city. The event wrapped up by ''[[EP272|Johto Photo Finish]]''.
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{{-}}
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  +
==In the manga==
  +
[[File:Mt Silver Adventures.png|thumb|180px|Mt. Silver in Pokémon Adventures]]
  +
===In the Pokémon Adventures manga===
  +
===={{chap|Gold, Silver & Crystal}}====
  +
{{adv|Red}} went to the hot springs at Mt. Silver to recuperate from the frostbites he had received after being frozen by [[Lorelei]] in the {{chap|Yellow}}. While there, he also met [[Sabrina]], a former member of [[Team Rocket]], who was there to recuperate from similar injuries she received while battling Lorelei on [[Cerise Island]].
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  +
Later, Red and {{adv|Gold}} went to Mt. Silver to train together. Their training session was seen in two [[PSs1|special]] [[PSs2|rounds]] printed in [[Pokémon the Comic]].
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  +
===={{chap|HeartGold & SoulSilver}}====
  +
The [[Radio Director]] admitted to Gold that he did spy on him training with Red on Mt. Silver. This had inspired the Radio Director to move into the [[television]] business with a kids' cartoon called [[Proteam Omega]], whose characters were based on {{cat|Red's Pokémon}}.
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  +
===In the Pocket Monsters HGSS Jō's Big Adventure manga===
  +
[[File:Mt Silver JBA.png|thumb|180px|Mt. Silver in Pocket Monsters HGSS Jō's Big Adventure]]
  +
[[Jō]] went to Mt. Silver following his battle with {{ga|Blue}} in ''[[JBA6|The True Road to Becoming the Strongest!!]]''. He discovered {{ga|Red|a powerful Trainer}} on the summit, and started a battle with him.
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{{-}}
   
 
==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
 
[[File:KantoJohtoAreas.png|frame|right|Though Mt. Silver appears relatively deep into Kanto, it is identified as a Johto location by the Pokégear.]]
 
[[File:KantoJohtoAreas.png|frame|right|Though Mt. Silver appears relatively deep into Kanto, it is identified as a Johto location by the Pokégear.]]
*Mt. Silver was called '''Shirogane Mt.''' in the {{v2|Gold and Silver|s}} deluxe edition of the [[Pokémon Master Trainer]] board game. Because its release predated that of the games, it used the Japanese name.
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* In {{game2|Gold|Silver|Crystal}}, the exterior of Mt. Silver is the only [[Johto]] area with [[Kanto]] characteristics, like the rocks, [[tall grass]], trees, and the [[Pokémon Center]] itself. In {{game|HeartGold and SoulSilver|s}}, the only major differences are the rocks and trees; for example, the trees placed in the high exteriors of the mountain itself are the ones commonly found in Johto.
*Despite appearing to be closer to the [[Johto]]-[[Kanto]] border on the Pokégear map, the entrance to the [[Pokémon Center]] is 17 steps from the border when factoring in only horizontal distance, making it 10 steps farther from Kanto than the doorway of the [[player character]]'s house.
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* Mt. Silver is marked as a [[Johto]] location by the [[Pokégear]]; however, all squares immediately surrounding it (including those to the west of it) are marked as [[Kanto]] areas by the map in {{game|HeartGold and SoulSilver|s}}. This issue was not present in the map of {{game2|Gold|Silver|Crystal}}, which placed it directly above [[New Bark Town]].
*{{ga|Red's Pikachu}}, who can be fought here at level 88, is the highest-leveled Pokémon of any in-game Trainer in the series. However, this only applies to {{2v2|HeartGold|SoulSilver}} as Red's Pikachu is at level 81 in the original Gold and Silver (and by extension, Crystal).
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* {{ga|Red's Pikachu}}, who can be fought here at [[level]] 88 in HeartGold and SoulSilver is the highest-leveled {{OBP|Pokémon|species}} of any in-game {{pkmn|Trainer}} in the [[core series]].
* In the original player's guide to Gold and Silver, there is mention of a "?" Pokémon that appears near the waterfalls in Mt. Silver at midnight or very early in the morning; however, this is a false rumor. The guide also claimed that the unknown Pokémon was supposed to represent legendary Pokémon found in [[Generation I]] that did not appear in Gold and Silver (which were programmed in and tradable from Generation I anyway).
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* In the original player's guide for {{game|Gold and Silver|s}}, there is mention of a "?" {{OBP|Pokémon|species}} that appears near the {{m|waterfall}}s in Mt. Silver at midnight or very early in the morning; however, this was a false rumor. The guide also claimed that the unknown Pokémon was supposed to represent [[Legendary Pokémon]] found in the [[Generation I]] games that did not appear in Gold and Silver (which were programmed in and [[Trade|tradable]] from Generation I anyway).
* Like [[Snowpoint City]], Mt. Silver's summit features diamond dust on certain special days in Generation IV, including the anniversary of Gold and Silver's original release.
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* Like [[Snowpoint City]], Mt. Silver's summit features {{DL|Easter egg|diamond dust}} on certain special days in {{game|HeartGold and SoulSilver|s}}, including the anniversary of the release of {{game|Gold and Silver|s}} in Japan.
** If Red is engaged in battle on a day with diamond dust, there will be no Hail condition during the battle. As no battles could be conducted in Snowpoint City's diamond dust, this is the first indication of its in-battle effect.
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** Mt. Silver is also the only location in {{game|HeartGold and SoulSilver|s}} where a naturally occurring {{weather|hail}}storm can be experienced.
* Mt. Silver is marked as a Johto location by the [[Pokégear]]; however, all squares immediately surrounding it (including those to the west of it) are marked as Kanto areas by the Pokégear in Generation IV. This issue was not present in the Generation II map, which placed it directly above New Bark Town.
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* In {{game|HeartGold and SoulSilver|s}}, whenever the player is in or on the mountain, the location header pop-up is always "Mt. Silver Cave", even when the player is not inside the cave. This may possibly be a carryover from the original games, in which the in-game location header was "Silver Cave".
* The exterior of Mt. Silver is the only Johto area with Kanto characteristics, like the rocks, [[tall grass]], trees, and the [[Pokémon Center]] itself. However, in Generation IV, the only major differences are the rock and trees.
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* The lady inside the [[Pokémon Center]] in {{game2|Gold|Silver|Crystal}}, which was the only [[Non-player character|NPC]] present (other than the [[Pokémon Center Nurse]]), is absent in {{game|HeartGold and SoulSilver|s}}.
** Strangely, in Generation IV, the trees placed in the high exteriors of the mountain itself are the ones commonly found in Johto.
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* Mt. Silver was called '''Shirogane Mt.''' in the {{2v2|Gold|Silver}} deluxe edition of the {{OBP|Pokémon Master Trainer|1999}} board game. Because its release predated that of the games, it used the Japanese name.
* In Generation IV, despite locations nearby, such as the {{rt|26}} entrance to the Pokémon League and the [[Indigo Plateau]] itself being able to be flown to from either Kanto or Johto, and players already there being able to fly to either region, Mt. Silver is ''strictly'' a Johto location, while [[Route 28]] is ''strictly'' a Kanto location. This means that a player cannot fly to Mt. Silver from Route 28 (if he or she has already been to the Pokémon Center outside) even though one can walk between the two locations rather easily.
 
**Similary, the music for wild Pokémon is [[Kanto]]-style on [[Route 28]], but [[Johto]]-style on Mt. Silver and inside [[Silver Cave]].
 
*** This makes [[Moltres (Pokémon)|Moltres]] the only [[Kanto]] [[legendary Pokémon]] that uses the [[Johto]] battle music.
 
* In Generation IV, whenever the player is in or on the mountain, the location bar will always say "Mt. Silver Cave", even when the player is not inside the cave.
 
* The background music used in this place is remixed in a part of the [[Gym Leader]] battle theme of [[Pokémon Diamond and Pearl Versions|Diamond, Pearl]] and [[Pokémon Platinum Version|Platinum]].
 
* The regions of Kanto and Johto, as well as Mt. Silver, are also shown on the [[Orange Archipelago]] map. Interestingly, the mountain lies within the same meridian as [[Shamouti Island]], one of the archipelago's important islands.
 
   
==In other languages==
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===Origin===
* Spanish: '''Monte Plateado''' or '''Cueva Plateada'''
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Mt. Silver is based on {{wp|Mt. Fuji}} in the real-world {{wp|Japan}}.
* Italian: '''Monte Argento'''
 
* German: '''Silberberg''' or '''Silberberghöhle'''
 
* French: '''Grotte Argentée'''
 
* Chinese (Mandarin): '''白銀山'''
 
   
{{legendarylocations}}
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==In other languages==
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{|
{{Johto}}
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|- style="vertical-align:top"
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|
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''Mt. Silver''
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{{langtable|color={{locationcolor/light|mountain}}|bordercolor={{locationcolor/dark|mountain}}
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|zh_yue=白銀山 ''{{tt|Baahk'ngàhn Sāan|Silver Mountain}}''
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|zh_cmn=白銀山 / 白银山 ''{{tt|Báiyín Shān|Silver Mountain}}''
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|fi=Hopeavuori
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|fr_eu=Mont Argenté
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|de=Silberberg
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|it=Monte Argento
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|ko=은빛산 ''{{tt|Eunbit San|Silver Mountain}}''
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|no=Sølvfjellet
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|pl=Srebrne Wzgórze {{tt|*|EP272}}<br>Srebrna Góra {{tt|*|EP255-EP268}}
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|pt_br=Monte Prata
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|es_eu=Monte Plateado
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|sv=Silverberget
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|vi=Núi Shirogane
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}}
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|
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''Silver Cave{{sup/2|GSC}}/Mt. Silver Cave{{sup/4|HGSS}}''
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{{langtable|color={{locationcolor/light|mountain}}|bordercolor={{locationcolor/dark|mountain}}
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|zh_cmn=白銀窟 ''{{tt|Báiyín Kū|Silver Cave}}''
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|fr_eu=Grotte Argentée
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|de=Silberhöhle{{sup/2|GSC}}<br>Silberberghöhle{{sup/4|HGSS}}
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|it=Monte Argento{{sup/2|GSC}}<br>Grotta Argento{{sup/4|HGSS}}
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|ko=은빛 산 ''{{tt|Eunbit San|Silver Mountain}}''{{sup/2|GSC}}<br>은빛산동굴 ''{{tt|Eunbit San Donggul|Silver Mountain Cave}}''{{sup/4|HGSS}}
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|es_eu=Cueva Plateada{{sup/2|GSC}}<br>Cueva {{tt|M|Monte}} Plateado{{sup/4|HGSS}}
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}}
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|}
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{{legendarylocations|johto}}
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{{Kanto and Johto}}
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{{League}}<br>
 
{{Project Locations notice}}
 
{{Project Locations notice}}
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[[Category:Johto locations]]
 
[[Category:Gold, Silver and Crystal locations]]
 
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Mt. Silver
Silver Cave/Mt. Silver Cave
シロガネ
Mt. Shirogane
"Wild Missingno. appeared!"
HGSS Mt. Silver-Morning.png
Map description: A hallowed mountain that rises between the Johto and Kanto regions.
Location: West of Route 28
Region: Johto
Generations: II, IV
Johto Mt Silver Map.png
Location of Mt. Silver in Johto.
Pokémon world locations

Mt. Silver (Japanese: シロガネ Mt. Shirogane) is a large mountain in Johto located west of Victory Road and Indigo Plateau. The location is also referred to as Silver Cave (Japanese: シロガネやま Mt. Shirogane) in Pokémon Gold, Silver, and Crystal or Mt. Silver Cave (Japanese: シロガネやまどうくつ Mt. Shirogane Cave) in Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver. Mt. Silver can be reached from Kanto via Route 28 after receiving the sixteen Gym Badges of both Johto and Kanto. At the very summit of Mt. Silver, the player may battle Red. In Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver, Moltres can also be found here.

A field based on Mt. Silver also appears in Pokémon Stadium 2's Kanto Gym Leader Castle.

In the anime, it is the home of Silver Town, where the Johto League's Silver Conference is held.

Geography

In the games, Mt. Silver is off-limits to all but the most skilled of Trainers. After the player has received all sixteen badges of Johto and Kanto, Professor Oak will give the player permission to travel here.

The route to the area is rough, though no HMs are explicitly required to reach the Pokémon Center just outside the entrance. Inside, however, the cave is dark, requiring Flash to see in the first room. Many high-level Pokémon reside in the cave, as well as rare Pokémon not found elsewhere in the Johto region, like Larvitar and Misdreavus.

The cave has only one entrance, unlike all other caves found in Pokémon Gold, Silver, and Crystal, but goes deep into the mountain. In the cave's final room, the player will encounter Red, who will wordlessly challenge the player to what is the highest-leveled Trainer battle in the Pokémon series.

In Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver, Mt. Silver is much larger than before. Flash is no longer needed to light up the cave. The higher sections of the cave, where Red is located, require Rock Climb to be accessible. At times, the player must also venture onto the slopes on the mountain's sides in order to climb higher. In addition, a heavy snowfall is present at the summit, which assumes the hail weather condition in battle; this weather can become diamond dust on certain days.

Items

Mt. Silver

Item Location Games
Full Restore Full Restore Southwestern exterior of the cave (hidden)  G  S  C 
Reaper Cloth Reaper Cloth In the lower left corner (requires Surf)  HG  SS 
Full Restore Full Restore East of Pokémon Center (hidden)  HG  SS 

Mt. Silver Cave

Generation II

Item Location Games
Escape Rope Escape Rope 1F, west of the entrance  G  S  C 
X Accuracy X Accuracy 1F, east of the entrance  G  S 
Protein Protein 1F, east of the entrance  C 
Ultra Ball Ultra Ball 1F, in the middle of the floor  C 
Dire Hit Dire Hit 1F, on the rock between the central ledges (hidden)  G  S  C 
Max Elixir Max Elixir 1F, northwest corner  G  S  C 
Ultra Ball Ultra Ball 1F, southeast area near the 2F entrance (hidden)  G  S  C 
Max Potion Max Potion 2F, on the rock just west of the 2F entrance (hidden)  G  S  C 
PP Up PP Up 2F, on the tiny western shoreline (requires Surf and Waterfall)  C 
Max Revive Max Revive 2F, southwestern interior, far western end of the cave (requires Surf and Waterfall)  G  S  C 
Ultra Ball Ultra Ball 2F, east of the triple stairway  C 
Calcium Calcium 2F, near the entrance of the northeastern interior cave (requires Surf and Waterfall)  C 
Full Restore Full Restore 2F, northeastern interior, far northeastern end of the cave (requires Surf and Waterfall)  G  S  C 

Generation IV

1F
Item Location Games
Expert Belt Expert Belt Southern chamber, in the cave just north of the entrance to the main chamber (requires Surf and Waterfall)  HG  SS 
Ultra Ball Ultra Ball Main chamber, on a rock between the two waterfalls (requires Surf, Waterfall, and Rock Climb) (hidden)  HG  SS 
Hyper Potion Hyper Potion Northwestern chamber, at the north-west corner of the ledge above Moltres (requires Surf, Waterfall, and Rock Climb) (hidden)  HG  SS 
Ultra Ball Ultra Ball Northwestern chamber, at the north-east corner of the ledge above Moltres (requires Surf, Waterfall, and Rock Climb) (hidden)  HG  SS 
Dire Hit Dire Hit Main chamber, on a rock northeast of the entrance (requires Rock Climb) (hidden)  HG  SS 
Full Restore Full Restore Main chamber, in the northeast corner, accessed from the lower mountainside (requires Rock Climb)  HG  SS 
Revive Revive Main chamber, on a rock right of the path to 2F (requires Rock Climb) (hidden)  HG  SS 
Lower mountainside

Rock Climb is required to reach this area.

Item Location Games
Escape Rope Escape Rope On the southern part of the lowest cliff  HG  SS 
TM Rock TM76 (Stealth Rock) On the southern part of the highest cliff  HG  SS 
2F

Rock Climb is required to reach this area.

Item Location Games
Max Elixir Max Elixir Second ledge north of the entrance from the main chamber  HG  SS 
Max Revive Max Revive Third ledge north of the entrance from the main chamber  HG  SS 
Max Potion Max Potion On the westernmost cliff (requires Rock Smash) (hidden)  HG  SS 
Calcium Calcium On the southernmost cliff (requires Rock Smash)  HG  SS 
Iron Iron On a rock in the far north-east corner (requires Rock Smash) (hidden)  HG  SS 
Protein Protein On the easternmost cliff  HG  SS 
Rock Smash
Item Location Games
Red Shard Red Shard Randomly found by smashing breakable rocks  HG  SS 
Blue Shard Blue Shard Randomly found by smashing breakable rocks  HG  SS 
Yellow Shard Yellow Shard Randomly found by smashing breakable rocks  HG  SS 
Green Shard Green Shard Randomly found by smashing breakable rocks  HG  SS 
Heart Scale Heart Scale Randomly found by smashing breakable rocks  HG  SS 
Revive Revive Randomly found by smashing breakable rocks  HG  SS 
Max Ether Max Ether Randomly found by smashing breakable rocks  HG  SS 
Star Piece Star Piece Randomly found by smashing breakable rocks  HG  SS 
Upper mountainside

Rock Climb is required to reach this area.

Item Location Games
Max Ether Max Ether On a rock just west of the northern exit (hidden)  HG  SS 
Pure Incense Pure Incense On the upper-east side of the mountain (requires Rock Climb)  HG  SS 
Rare Candy Rare Candy On a rock west of the Pure Incense (requires Rock Climb) (hidden)  HG  SS 
Hyper Potion Hyper Potion East of the western cave entrance leading to the summit (requires Rock Climb) (hidden)  HG  SS 
Dawn Stone Dawn Stone West of the western cave entrance leading to the summit (requires Rock Climb)  HG  SS 
3F

Rock Climb is required to reach this area.

Item Location Games
Max Revive Max Revive On a rock east of the exit to the summit (hidden)  HG  SS 

Pokémon

Generation II

Exterior

In the Japanese and Korean versions of Gold and Silver, Ursaring appears only in Silver, while Donphan appears only in Gold.

  Pokémon     Games     Location     Levels     Rate  
Morning Day Night
024 Arbok
G S C
Grass Grass
42 20% 20% 0%
042 Golbat
G S C
Grass Grass
40, 42, 44 0% 0% 30%
061 Poliwhirl
G S C
Grass Grass
42, 44 0% 0% 40%
084 Doduo
G S C
Grass Grass
41 5% 5% 0%
085 Dodrio
G S C
Grass Grass
43 5% 5% 0%
077 Ponyta
G S C
Grass Grass
42 30%
077 Ponyta
G S C
Grass Grass
42 30% 30% 0%
078 Rapidash
G S C
Grass Grass
44 10%
078 Rapidash
G S C
Grass Grass
44 10% 10% 0%
114 Tangela
G S C
Grass Grass
41 30%
215 Sneasel
G S C
Grass Grass
38, 42 0% 0% 10%
217 Ursaring
G S C
Grass Grass
42 20%
232 Donphan
G S C
Grass Grass
42 20%
Surfing
060 Poliwag
G S C
Surfing Surfing
35-39 10%
061 Poliwhirl
G S C
Surfing Surfing
35-44 90%
Fishing
060 Poliwag
G S C
Old Rod Fishing
Old Rod
10 15%
129 Magikarp
G S C
Old Rod Fishing
Old Rod
10 85%
060 Poliwag
G S C
Good Rod Fishing
Good Rod
20 65%
129 Magikarp
G S C
Good Rod Fishing
Good Rod
20 35%
060 Poliwag
G S C
Super Rod Fishing
Super Rod
40 80%
129 Magikarp
G S C
Super Rod Fishing
Super Rod
40 20%
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.

1F

In the Japanese and Korean versions of Gold and Silver, Ursaring appears only in Silver, while Donphan appears only in Gold.

  Pokémon     Games     Location     Levels     Rate  
Morning Day Night
042 Golbat
G S C
Cave Cave
45 5%
042 Golbat
G S C
Cave Cave
45 5% 5% 0%
042 Golbat
G S C
Cave Cave
42-46 0% 0% 45%
055 Golduck
G S C
Cave Cave
45 0% 0% 5%
075 Graveler
G S C
Cave Cave
43 30%
095 Onix
G S C
Cave Cave
42 30%
095 Onix
G S C
Cave Cave
42 20%
126 Magmar
G S C
Cave Cave
45 10% 10% 0%
217 Ursaring
G S C
Cave Cave
44 30%
217 Ursaring
G S C
Cave Cave
44 30% 30% 0%
232 Donphan
G S C
Cave Cave
44 30%
246 Larvitar
G S C
Cave Cave
15, 20 5%
246 Larvitar
G S C
Cave Cave
15, 20 5% 5% 0%
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.

2F

In the Japanese and Korean versions of Gold and Silver, Ursaring appears only in Silver, while Donphan appears only in Gold.

  Pokémon     Games     Location     Levels     Rate  
Morning Day Night
042 Golbat
G S C
Cave Cave
48 5%
042 Golbat
G S C
Cave Cave
46, 48 30% 30% 50%
047 Parasect
G S C
Cave Cave
46, 48 15%
055 Golduck
G S C
Cave Cave
48 30%
055 Golduck
G S C
Cave Cave
48 0% 0% 30%
067 Machoke
G S C
Cave Cave
48 30% 30% 0%
195 Quagsire
G S C
Cave Cave
45 40% 40% 10%
200 Misdreavus
G S C
Cave Cave
45 0% 0% 10%
200 Misdreavus
G S C
Cave Cave
45 0% 0% 5%
217 Ursaring
G S C
Cave Cave
47 20%
217 Ursaring
G S C
Cave Cave
47 20% 20% 0%
232 Donphan
G S C
Cave Cave
47 20%
246 Larvitar
G S C
Cave Cave
15, 20 5%
246 Larvitar
G S C
Cave Cave
15, 20 5% 5% 0%
Surfing
055 Golduck
G S C
Surfing Surfing
35-39 30%
118 Goldeen
G S C
Surfing Surfing
35-39 10%
119 Seaking
G S C
Surfing Surfing
35-44 90%
119 Seaking
G S C
Surfing Surfing
35-39 60%
Fishing
118 Goldeen
G S C
Old Rod Fishing
Old Rod
10 15%
129 Magikarp
G S C
Old Rod Fishing
Old Rod
10 85%
118 Goldeen
G S C
Good Rod Fishing
Good Rod
20 65%
129 Magikarp
G S C
Good Rod Fishing
Good Rod
20 35%
118 Goldeen
G S C
Super Rod Fishing
Super Rod
40 70%
119 Seaking
G S C
Super Rod Fishing
Super Rod
40 10%
129 Magikarp
G S C
Super Rod Fishing
Super Rod
40 20%
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.

Summit

In the Japanese and Korean versions of Gold and Silver, Ursaring appears only in Silver, while Donphan appears only in Gold.

  Pokémon     Games     Location     Levels     Rate  
Morning Day Night
042 Golbat
G S C
Cave Cave
48, 51 50%
042 Golbat
G S C
Cave Cave
51 30% 30% 0%
042 Golbat
G S C
Cave Cave
49-53 0% 0% 45%
055 Golduck
G S C
Cave Cave
51 5%
055 Golduck
G S C
Cave Cave
45 0% 0% 5%
075 Graveler
G S C
Cave Cave
48 20%
095 Onix
G S C
Cave Cave
48 30%
217 Ursaring
G S C
Cave Cave
50 10%
217 Ursaring
G S C
Cave Cave
50 10% 10% 0%
232 Donphan
G S C
Cave Cave
50 10%
246 Larvitar
G S C
Cave Cave
15, 20 5%
246 Larvitar
G S C
Cave Cave
15, 20 9% 9% 0%
247 Pupitar
G S C
Cave Cave
20 1% 1% 0%
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.

Chambers

In the Japanese and Korean versions of Gold and Silver, Ursaring appears only in Silver, while Donphan appears only in Gold.

  Pokémon     Games     Location     Levels     Rate  
Morning Day Night
042 Golbat
G S C
Cave Cave
48 5%
042 Golbat
G S C
Cave Cave
46-50 80% 80% 50%
047 Parasect
G S C
Cave Cave
46-52 20%
055 Golduck
G S C
Cave Cave
48 30%
195 Quagsire
G S C
Cave Cave
45 40% 40% 10%
217 Ursaring
G S C
Cave Cave
47 20%
232 Donphan
G S C
Cave Cave
47 20%
246 Larvitar
G S C
Cave Cave
15, 20 5%
200 Misdreavus
G S C
Cave Cave
45 0% 0% 30%
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.

Generation IV

Exterior

  Pokémon     Games     Location     Levels     Rate  
Morning Day Night
077 Ponyta
HG SS
Grass Grass
42 30%
078 Rapidash
HG SS
Grass Grass
44 10%
084 Doduo
HG SS
Grass Grass
41 5% 5% 0%
085 Dodrio
HG SS
Grass Grass
43 5% 5% 0%
114 Tangela
HG SS
Grass Grass
41 30%
215 Sneasel
HG SS
Grass Grass
41-43 0% 0% 10%
217 Ursaring
HG SS
Grass Grass
42 20%
232 Donphan
HG SS
Grass Grass
42 20%
Surfing
060 Poliwag
HG SS
Surfing Surfing
30-40 9%
061 Poliwhirl
HG SS
Surfing Surfing
30-48 91%
Fishing
060 Poliwag
HG SS
Old Rod Fishing
Old Rod
10 15%
129 Magikarp
HG SS
Old Rod Fishing
Old Rod
10 85%
060 Poliwag
HG SS
Good Rod Fishing
Good Rod
20 60%
129 Magikarp
HG SS
Good Rod Fishing
Good Rod
20 40%
060 Poliwag
HG SS
Super Rod Fishing
Super Rod
40 80%
129 Magikarp
HG SS
Super Rod Fishing
Super Rod
40 20%
Headbutt
177 Natu
HG SS
Headbutt Headbutt
39-44 10%
190 Aipom
HG SS
Headbutt Headbutt
39-44 30%
214 Heracross
HG SS
Headbutt Headbutt
39-44 60%
Special Pokémon
264 Linoone
HG SS
Hoenn Sound Hoenn Sound
42 20%
293 Whismur
HG SS
Hoenn Sound Hoenn Sound
41-42 20%
399 Bidoof
HG SS
Sinnoh Sound Sinnoh Sound
42 20%
418 Buizel
HG SS
Sinnoh Sound Sinnoh Sound
41-42 20%
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.

1F

  Pokémon     Games     Location     Levels     Rate  
042 Golbat
HG SS
Cave Cave
45 5%
075 Graveler
HG SS
Cave Cave
41-43 20%
095 Onix
HG SS
Cave Cave
42 30%
216 Teddiursa
HG SS
Cave Cave
43 10%
217 Ursaring
HG SS
Cave Cave
44 30%
231 Phanpy
HG SS
Cave Cave
43 10%
232 Donphan
HG SS
Cave Cave
44 30%
246 Larvitar
HG SS
Cave Cave
15-20 5%
Special Pokémon
296 Makuhita
HG SS
Hoenn Sound Hoenn Sound
43 20%
359 Absol
HG SS
Hoenn Sound Hoenn Sound
42-44 20%
433 Chingling
HG SS
Sinnoh Sound Sinnoh Sound
43 20%
436 Bronzor
HG SS
Sinnoh Sound Sinnoh Sound
42-44 20%
Surfing
118 Goldeen
HG SS
Surfing Surfing
30-40 9%
119 Seaking
HG SS
Surfing Surfing
30-50 91%
Fishing
118 Goldeen
HG SS
Old Rod Fishing
Old Rod
10 15%
129 Magikarp
HG SS
Old Rod Fishing
Old Rod
10 85%
118 Goldeen
HG SS
Good Rod Fishing
Good Rod
20 30%
119 Seaking
HG SS
Good Rod Fishing
Good Rod
20 20%
129 Magikarp
HG SS
Good Rod Fishing
Good Rod
20 50% 50% 40%
130 Gyarados
HG SS
Good Rod Fishing
Good Rod
20 0% 0% 10%
119 Seaking
HG SS
Super Rod Fishing
Super Rod
40 50% 50% 20%
130 Gyarados
HG SS
Super Rod Fishing
Super Rod
40 50% 50% 80%
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.

Expert Belt chamber

  Pokémon     Games     Location     Levels     Rate  
Morning Day Night
042 Golbat
HG SS
Cave Cave
48 5%
055 Golduck
HG SS
Cave Cave
48 20%
195 Quagsire
HG SS
Cave Cave
45 35% 35% 5%
200 Misdreavus
HG SS
Cave Cave
45 0% 0% 30%
216 Teddiursa
HG SS
Cave Cave
46 10%
217 Ursaring
HG SS
Cave Cave
47-48 20%
231 Phanpy
HG SS
Cave Cave
46 10%
232 Donphan
HG SS
Cave Cave
47-48 20%
246 Larvitar
HG SS
Cave Cave
15-20 5%
247 Pupitar
HG SS
Cave Cave
45 5%
247 Pupitar
HG SS
Cave Cave
30 5%
Special Pokémon
296 Makuhita
HG SS
Hoenn Sound Hoenn Sound
48-50 20%
359 Absol
HG SS
Hoenn Sound Hoenn Sound
46-48 20%
433 Chingling
HG SS
Sinnoh Sound Sinnoh Sound
48-50 20%
436 Bronzor
HG SS
Sinnoh Sound Sinnoh Sound
46-48 20%
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.

Moltres's chamber

  Pokémon     Games     Location     Levels     Rate  
Morning Day Night
042 Golbat
HG SS
Cave Cave
48 5%
055 Golduck
HG SS
Cave Cave
48 10%
195 Quagsire
HG SS
Cave Cave
45 40% 40% 30%
200 Misdreavus
HG SS
Cave Cave
45 0% 0% 10%
208 Steelix
HG SS
Cave Cave
48 20%
217 Ursaring
HG SS
Cave Cave
47-48 20%
232 Donphan
HG SS
Cave Cave
47-48 20%
246 Larvitar
HG SS
Cave Cave
15-20 5%
Special Pokémon
296 Makuhita
HG SS
Hoenn Sound Hoenn Sound
47-48 20%
359 Absol
HG SS
Hoenn Sound Hoenn Sound
45-48 20%
433 Chingling
HG SS
Sinnoh Sound Sinnoh Sound
47-48 20%
436 Bronzor
HG SS
Sinnoh Sound Sinnoh Sound
45-48 20%
146 Moltres
HG SS
Premier Ball Only one
50 One
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.

Lower mountainside

  Pokémon     Games     Location     Levels     Rate  
042 Golbat
HG SS
Grass Grass
48-51 40%
055 Golduck
HG SS
Grass Grass
51 5%
095 Onix
HG SS
Grass Grass
48 30%
216 Teddiursa
HG SS
Grass Grass
48 10%
217 Ursaring
HG SS
Grass Grass
50 10%
231 Phanpy
HG SS
Grass Grass
48 10%
232 Donphan
HG SS
Grass Grass
50 10%
246 Larvitar
HG SS
Grass Grass
15-20 5%
Special Pokémon
296 Makuhita
HG SS
Hoenn Sound Hoenn Sound
48 20%
359 Absol
HG SS
Hoenn Sound Hoenn Sound
48-51 20%
433 Chingling
HG SS
Sinnoh Sound Sinnoh Sound
48 20%
436 Bronzor
HG SS
Sinnoh Sound Sinnoh Sound
48-51 20%
Headbutt
177 Natu
HG SS
Headbutt Headbutt
40-44 10%
190 Aipom
HG SS
Headbutt Headbutt
39-44 30%
214 Heracross
HG SS
Headbutt Headbutt
39-44 60%
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.

2F

  Pokémon     Games     Location     Levels     Rate  
Morning Day Night
042 Golbat
HG SS
Cave Cave
48 5%
055 Golduck
HG SS
Cave Cave
48 10%
195 Quagsire
HG SS
Cave Cave
45 30% 30% 20%
200 Misdreavus
HG SS
Cave Cave
45 0% 0% 10%
215 Sneasel
HG SS
Cave Cave
48 20%
216 Teddiursa
HG SS
Cave Cave
46 10%
217 Ursaring
HG SS
Cave Cave
48-50 20%
231 Phanpy
HG SS
Cave Cave
46 10%
232 Donphan
HG SS
Cave Cave
48-50 20%
246 Larvitar
HG SS
Cave Cave
15-20 5%
Special Pokémon
296 Makuhita
HG SS
Hoenn Sound Hoenn Sound
48-50 20%
359 Absol
HG SS
Hoenn Sound Hoenn Sound
46-48 20%
433 Chingling
HG SS
Sinnoh Sound Sinnoh Sound
48-50 20%
436 Bronzor
HG SS
Sinnoh Sound Sinnoh Sound
46-48 20%
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.

Upper mountainside

  Pokémon     Games     Location     Levels     Rate  
Morning Day Night
042 Golbat
HG SS
Grass Grass
48 5%
055 Golduck
HG SS
Grass Grass
48 30% 30% 20%
195 Quagsire
HG SS
Grass Grass
45 15% 15% 10%
200 Misdreavus
HG SS
Grass Grass
45, 48 0% 0% 15%
215 Sneasel
HG SS
Grass Grass
45 20%
217 Ursaring
HG SS
Grass Grass
47 20%
232 Donphan
HG SS
Grass Grass
47 20%
246 Larvitar
HG SS
Grass Grass
15-30 10%
Special Pokémon
296 Makuhita
HG SS
Hoenn Sound Hoenn Sound
47 20%
359 Absol
HG SS
Hoenn Sound Hoenn Sound
45-48 20%
433 Chingling
HG SS
Sinnoh Sound Sinnoh Sound
47 20%
436 Bronzor
HG SS
Sinnoh Sound Sinnoh Sound
45-48 20%
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.

3F

  Pokémon     Games     Location     Levels     Rate  
Morning Day Night
042 Golbat
HG SS
Cave Cave
48 5%
055 Golduck
HG SS
Cave Cave
48 30%
195 Quagsire
HG SS
Cave Cave
45 20% 20% 10%
200 Misdreavus
HG SS
Cave Cave
45 0% 0% 10%
215 Sneasel
HG SS
Cave Cave
50 20%
217 Ursaring
HG SS
Cave Cave
47 20%
232 Donphan
HG SS
Cave Cave
47 20%
246 Larvitar
HG SS
Cave Cave
15-20 5%
Special Pokémon
296 Makuhita
HG SS
Hoenn Sound Hoenn Sound
47 20%
359 Absol
HG SS
Hoenn Sound Hoenn Sound
45-48 20%
433 Chingling
HG SS
Sinnoh Sound Sinnoh Sound
47 20%
436 Bronzor
HG SS
Sinnoh Sound Sinnoh Sound
45-48 20%
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.

Trainers

Core series

Generation II



Generation IV



Side series

Pokémon Stadium 2

Round 1


Round 2


Preview

Layout

Generation II

Version Exterior 1F 2F Max Revive chamber Full Restore chamber Summit
Gold Mt. Silver Exterior GSC.png Mt Silver 1F GSC.png Mt Silver 2F GSC.png
Mt. Silver 2F Max Revive GSC.png
Mt. Silver 2F Full Restore GSC.png
Mt. Silver Summit GSC.png
Silver
Crystal
 

Generation IV

Version Exterior 1F 2F Expert Belt chamber Moltres's chamber
HeartGold Mt. Silver Exterior HGSS.png Mt. Silver 1F HGSS.png Mt. Silver 2F HGSS.png
Mt. Silver Expert Belt HGSS.png
Mt. Silver Moltres HGSS.png
SoulSilver
 


Version 3F Lower mountainside Upper mountainside Summit
HeartGold Mt. Silver 3F HGSS.png Mt. Silver Lower Mountainside HGSS.png Mt. Silver Upper Mountainside HGSS.png Mt. Silver Summit HGSS.png
SoulSilver
 

In the anime

Mt. Silver in the anime

Ash and his friends planned to travel to Mt. Silver for the upcoming Silver Conference, though the addition of Larvitar to the group gave them another reason to pass through the mountainous area.

They reached the base of Mt. Silver in You're a Star, Larvitar!, and stopped off at the local Pokémon Center. Already competitors for the upcoming Silver Conference were gathering in droves, and Ash had a practice match against another Pokémon Master hopeful, Satchel.

In Mother of All Battles!, the group reached Larvitar's home, the Mt. Silver Pokémon Preserve. After defeating the troublesome Pokémon Poacher Brothers, Larvitar was reunited with its mother, Tyranitar. Ranger Mason and crew protect the preservation area, and were pleased to have finally arrested Braggo and his gang.

In Pop Goes The Sneasel, the group stopped off at the local Ho-Oh Shrine after the attendant reported a Sneasel, Machop, and Machoke were stopping anyone from reaching the Sacred Flame, which was needed for the opening of the Silver Conference. Harrison, a Trainer from the Hoenn region, assisted Ash and his friends in defeating the trio of wild Pokémon, and went on to catch the Sneasel for himself.

Ash and his friends reached Silver Town, the host city of the Silver Conference, in A Claim to Flame!. The city boasts at least 30 inhabitants, but the Johto League's yearly tournament brings a large amount of tourism to the city. The event wrapped up by Johto Photo Finish.

In the manga

Mt. Silver in Pokémon Adventures

In the Pokémon Adventures manga

Gold, Silver & Crystal chapter

Red went to the hot springs at Mt. Silver to recuperate from the frostbites he had received after being frozen by Lorelei in the Yellow chapter. While there, he also met Sabrina, a former member of Team Rocket, who was there to recuperate from similar injuries she received while battling Lorelei on Cerise Island.

Later, Red and Gold went to Mt. Silver to train together. Their training session was seen in two special rounds printed in Pokémon the Comic.

HeartGold & SoulSilver chapter

The Radio Director admitted to Gold that he did spy on him training with Red on Mt. Silver. This had inspired the Radio Director to move into the television business with a kids' cartoon called Proteam Omega, whose characters were based on Red's Pokémon.

In the Pocket Monsters HGSS Jō's Big Adventure manga

Mt. Silver in Pocket Monsters HGSS Jō's Big Adventure

went to Mt. Silver following his battle with Blue in The True Road to Becoming the Strongest!!. He discovered a powerful Trainer on the summit, and started a battle with him.

Trivia

Though Mt. Silver appears relatively deep into Kanto, it is identified as a Johto location by the Pokégear.

Origin

Mt. Silver is based on Mt. Fuji in the real-world Japan.

In other languages

Mt. Silver

Language Title
Chinese Cantonese 白銀山 Baahk'ngàhn Sāan
Mandarin 白銀山 / 白银山 Báiyín Shān
Finland Flag.png Finnish Hopeavuori
France Flag.png European French Mont Argenté
Germany Flag.png German Silberberg
Italy Flag.png Italian Monte Argento
South Korea Flag.png Korean 은빛산 Eunbit San
Norway Flag.png Norwegian Sølvfjellet
Poland Flag.png Polish Srebrne Wzgórze *
Srebrna Góra *
Brazil Flag.png Brazilian Portuguese Monte Prata
Spain Flag.png European Spanish Monte Plateado
Sweden Flag.png Swedish Silverberget
Vietnam Flag.png Vietnamese Núi Shirogane

Silver CaveGSC/Mt. Silver CaveHGSS

Language Title
Mandarin Chinese 白銀窟 Báiyín Kū
France Flag.png European French Grotte Argentée
Germany Flag.png German SilberhöhleGSC
SilberberghöhleHGSS
Italy Flag.png Italian Monte ArgentoGSC
Grotta ArgentoHGSS
South Korea Flag.png Korean 은빛 산 Eunbit SanGSC
은빛산동굴 Eunbit San DonggulHGSS
Spain Flag.png European Spanish Cueva PlateadaGSC
Cueva M PlateadoHGSS



Game locations of Legendary and Mythical Pokémon
Kanto Seafoam IslandsPower PlantVictory RoadCerulean Cave
Route 10Route 25Pewter CityRoaming Pokémon
Sevii Islands Mt. EmberNavel RockBirth Island
Johto Ilex ForestBell TowerWhirl IslandsMt. Silver
Burned TowerEmbedded TowerRoaming Pokémon
Hoenn Desert RuinsIsland CaveAncient TombCave of OriginMarine Cave
Terra CaveSky PillarSouthern IslandSea MauvilleScorched Slab
Pathless PlainNameless CavernFabled CaveGnarled Den
Trackless ForestCrescent IsleSkyRoaming Pokémon
Sinnoh Acuity CavernValor CavernSpear PillarTurnback Cave
Rock Peak RuinsIceberg RuinsIron RuinsSnowpoint TempleStark Mountain
Newmoon IslandFlower ParadiseHall of OriginRoaming Pokémon
Unova Guidance ChamberTrial ChamberRumination FieldN's CastleAbundant Shrine
Giant ChasmDragonspiral TowerLiberty GardenRoute 11Route 13Route 22
Route 23Celestial TowerNacrene CityUnderground RuinsTwist Mountain
DreamyardMarvelous BridgeReversal MountainRoaming Pokémon
Kalos Sea Spirit's DenTeam Flare Secret HQTerminus Cave
Unknown DungeonRoaming Pokémon
Alola Route 16Altar of the SunneAltar of the MooneMount LanakilaMahalo Trail
Ruins of ConflictRuins of LifeRuins of AbundanceRuins of Hope
Lake of the SunneLake of the MooneTen Carat HillResolution Cave
Other Faraway IslandDistortion WorldSinjoh RuinsUltra Space Wilds


Kanto and Johto
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Cities and Towns
Pallet TownViridian CityPewter CityCerulean CityVermilion CityLavender Town
Celadon CitySaffron CityFuchsia CityCinnabar IslandIndigo Plateau
New Bark TownCherrygrove CityViolet CityAzalea TownGoldenrod CityEcruteak City
Olivine CityCianwood CityMahogany TownBlackthorn CitySafari Zone GateFrontier Access
Routes
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Landmarks
Professor Oak's LaboratoryViridian ForestDiglett's CavePewter Museum of ScienceMt. Moon (Square) • Cerulean Cave
Underground Path (Kanto Routes 5-6)Underground Path (Kanto Routes 7-8)S.S. AnneS.S. AquaSea CottageRock Tunnel
Power PlantCycling Road/Pokémon RoadTeam Rocket HideoutSilph Co.Magnet TrainPokémon TowerKanto Safari Zone/Pal Park/GO Park
Seafoam IslandsPokémon MansionCinnabar LabPokémon League Reception GateVictory RoadTohjo Falls
Dark CaveSprout TowerRuins of AlphUnion CaveSlowpoke WellIlex ForestRadio TowerGlobal Terminal
Goldenrod TunnelNational ParkPokéathlon DomeBell TowerBellchime TrailBurned TowerMoomoo FarmGlitter Lighthouse
Battle Tower (CrystalHGSS)/FrontierCliff Edge GateCliff CaveEmbedded TowerJohto Safari ZoneWhirl Islands
Mt. MortarLake of RageTeam Rocket HQIce PathDragon's DenMt. Silver
Access to
Sevii IslandsSinjoh Ruins


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Participation
TrainerBattleGym Leaders
GymsBadgesReferee
Championship matches
Elite FourOrange League
Champion League
Pokémon League Conferences
IndigoSilverEver GrandeLily of the Valley
VertressLumioseManalo
Regional Pokémon Leagues
IndigoOrange*JohtoHoennSinnoh
UnovaKalosAlolaGalar
Areas of jurisdiction
Pokémon League Reception GateHall of Fame
Palace of VictoryCerulean Cave
Others
Pokémon Association
Pokémon Inspection Agency

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