Pokémon Tower

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Pokémon Tower
Kanto Radio Tower
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Location: Lavender Town
Region: Kanto
Generations: I, II (as the Radio Tower), III
File:Kanto Pokémon Tower Map.png
Location of Pokémon Tower in Kanto.
Pokémon world locations

The Pokémon Tower (Japanese: ポケモンタワー Pokémon Tower) is a seven-story tower located in Lavender Town in the region of Kanto. On all seven floors, the tower houses hundreds of graves of deceased Pokémon. Many people visit the building daily to pay their respects to the fallen. On all floors other than the first two, though, the possibility of being attacked by wild Pokémon is present. In Generation II, the tower was converted into the Kanto Radio Tower, undergoing a similar transformation to the Power Plant to the north.

Aside from graves, the tower is home to wild Cubone as well as many Template:Type2 Pokémon. In Generation I and Generation III, Team Rocket tried to steal the Cubone to sell their valuable skulls. In the process, a mother Marowak that was protecting her Cubone child was killed. The ghost of the mother Marowak haunted the tower until Red/Leaf was able to knock it out, setting her spirit free. The Marowak that appears here cannot be caught, even if a Master Ball is used. Mr. Fuji attempted to confront the poachers, but ended up being taken hostage himself and required the help of the main character to be released. As a show of gratitude, Mr. Fuji gives the main character the Poké Flute.

The Ghost-type Pokémon in the tower appear to have a unique ability to disguise themselves as the ghosts of humans. However, a Silph Scope will reveal their true natures and identity, allowing the Pokémon to be engaged in battle.

A special spot on the fifth floor has been made into a wild Pokémon-free healing area. In the original games, the Channeler next to it makes a reference to white magic about it. This was edited out in the later games.

Items

Generation I

  • Escape Rope: on the north side of the third floor
  • Awakening: in the center of the fourth floor
  • Elixir: near the staircase leading from the third floor to the fourth floor
  • HP Up: on the south side of the fourth floor
  • Nugget: on the south side of the fifth floor near the healing spot
  • X Accuracy: near the staircase leading from the fifth floor to the sixth floor
  • Rare Candy: in the main pathway near the center of the sixth floor

Generation II

  • EXPN Card: from the radio station manager after restoring functionality to the Power Plant

Generation III

  • Escape Rope: on the north side of the third floor
  • Awakening: in the center of the fourth floor
  • Elixir: near the staircase leading from the third floor to the fourth floor
  • Great Ball: on the south side of the fourth floor
  • Cleanse Tag: in the center of the healing spot
  • Nugget: on the south side of the fifth floor near the healing spot
  • X Accuracy: near the staircase leading from the fifth floor to the sixth floor
  • Rare Candy: on the south side of the sixth floor
  • Soothe Bell: search the exact spot Mr. Fuji was standing with the Item Finder on the seventh floor

Pokémon

Generation I

Pokémon Games Location Levels Rate


092 Gastly R B Y F3 18-24 90%


092 Gastly R B Y F4-F5 18-24 86%


092 Gastly R B Y F6 19-24 85%


092 Gastly R B Y F7 20-24 75%


092 Gastly R B Y F3-F4 18-25 95%


092 Gastly R B Y F5-F6 21-27 90%


092 Gastly R B Y F7 23-29 90%


093 Haunter R B Y F3 25 1%


093 Haunter R B Y F4-F5 25 5%


093 Haunter R B Y F6 26-28 6%


093 Haunter R B Y F7 28-30 15%


093 Haunter R B Y F3-F4 20-25 5%


093 Haunter R B Y F5-F6 22-27 5%


093 Haunter R B Y F7 24-29 5%


104 Cubone R B Y F3-F5 20-22 9%


104 Cubone R B Y F6 22-24 9%


104 Cubone R B Y F7 22-24 10%


104 Cubone R B Y F5 20 5%


104 Cubone R B Y F6 22 5%


104 Cubone R B Y F7 24 5%


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 III

Pokémon Games Location Levels Rate


092 Gastly FR LG F3 18-24 90%


092 Gastly FR LG F4-F5 17-24 86%


092 Gastly FR LG F6 19-24 85%


092 Gastly FR LG F7 20-24 75%


093 Haunter FR LG F3 25 1%


093 Haunter FR LG F4-F5 25 5%


093 Haunter FR LG F6 26-28 6%


093 Haunter FR LG F7 28-30 15%


104 Cubone FR LG F3-F6 20-24 9%


104 Cubone FR LG F7 22-24 10%


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

Generation I

Red, Green, and Blue

If the player chose Bulbasaur: Template:PartyHeader Template:PartyBody13 Template:PartyDiv Template:PartyBody12 Template:PartyFooter

If the player chose Charmander: Template:PartyHeader Template:PartyBody13 Template:PartyDiv Template:PartyBody12 Template:PartyFooter

If the player chose Squirtle: Template:PartyHeader Template:PartyBody13 Template:PartyDiv Template:PartyBody12 Template:PartyFooter

Yellow

If Eevee will evolve into Jolteon: Template:PartyHeader Template:PartyBody13 Template:PartyDiv Template:PartyBody12 Template:PartyFooter

If Eevee will evolve into Flareon: Template:PartyHeader Template:PartyBody13 Template:PartyDiv Template:PartyBody12 Template:PartyFooter

If Eevee will evolve into Vaporeon: Template:PartyHeader Template:PartyBody13 Template:PartyDiv Template:PartyBody12 Template:PartyFooter

Generation III

If the player chose Bulbasaur: Template:PartyHeader Template:PartyBody33 Template:PartyDiv Template:PartyBody32 Template:PartyFooter

If the player chose Charmander: Template:PartyHeader Template:PartyBody33 Template:PartyDiv Template:PartyBody32 Template:PartyFooter

If the player chose Squirtle: Template:PartyHeader Template:PartyBody33 Template:PartyDiv Template:PartyBody32 Template:PartyFooter

F3

Channeler Hope
  • Gastly LV. 23 ♀
    • Winnings: PokémonDollar.png736


Channeler Patricia
  • Gastly LV. 22 ♀
    • Winnings: PokémonDollar.png704


Channeler Carly
  • Gastly LV. 24 ♀
    • Winnings: PokémonDollar.png738


F4

Channeler Laurel


Channeler Jody
  • Gastly LV. 22 ♀
    • Winnings: PokémonDollar.png704


Channeler Paula
  • Gastly LV. 24 ♀
    • Winnings: PokémonDollar.png768


F5

Channeler Ruth
  • Gastly LV. 22 ♀
    • Winnings: PokémonDollar.png704


Channeler Karina
  • Gastly LV. 24 ♀
    • Winnings: PokémonDollar.png768


Channeler Janae
  • Gastly LV. 22 ♀
    • Winnings: PokémonDollar.png704


Channeler Tammy


F6

Channeler Angelica


Channeler Jennifer
  • Gastly LV. 24 ♀
    • Winnings: PokémonDollar.png768


Channeler Emilia
  • Gastly LV. 24 ♀
    • Winnings: PokémonDollar.png768


F7

Team Rocket Grunt


Team Rocket Grunt


Team Rocket Grunt

Differences among Generations

In Generation II only, the tower was converted into a Radio Tower, broadcasting music and radio programs, including the Poké Flute channel, to the radios and PokéGear of Kanto. Unlike the Johto Radio Tower in Goldenrod City, only one floor, the ground floor, is open to the public as a result of Team Rocket's infiltration of the Goldenrod tower. It is also interesting to note that the stairs in Generation II lead down into a basement instead of up into the tower, but the player is blocked by a guard.

After restoring power to Kanto by fixing the generator at the Power Plant, trainers can receive the EXPN Card from the manager of the tower, allowing PokéGears to tune into the Poké Flute channel, which can be used to move Snorlax from its slumber in front of Diglett's Cave in Vermilion City.

To compensate for the loss of the burial site, the graves were moved to a small building, the Soul House, at the south end of the town. Most of them were placed in secret chambers that only Mr. Fuji knows about.

Program Host(s) Channel (PG) Description EXPN Needed Where produced
Poké Flute (no DJ) 20 Plays Poké Flute music. Used to awaken Snorlax. Yes Unknown
Let's All Sing Fern 18.5 Broadcasts music, either a march or a lullaby. Crystal only Unknown
Places and People Lily 16.5 Talk show discussing Kanto locations or trainers the player has faced. Crystal only* Unknown

In other languages

  • Spanish: Torre Pokémon
  • Italian: Torre Pokémon
  • German: Pokémon Turm
  • French: Tour Pokémon
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