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Route 3[edit]

Route 3

At the entrance to Route 3 you will meet Prof. Oak's Aide, who will give you the Running Shoes. Now you'll be able to run fast by pressing B button. There is a Pokémon center at the end, so don't fret about returning back to Pewter City constantly. However, make sure you're well stocked up on potions before attempting Mt. Moon.

There is a salesman inside of the Pokémon Center, who will sell you a Magikarp for $500. Veterans of the Pokémon series will know this to be a ripoff because you can fish for them later in the game in almost any ocean area, so it isn't worth buying it.

Don't waste time looking for both forms of Nidoran on Route 3; depending on your game, you only have a 1% chance of catching the rarer form. (Female in FireRed, Male in LeafGreen.) Your best bet to get both forms is to catch two males in FireRed, or two females in LeafGreen. On Route 5, you'll be able to trade the extra one with an NPC for the other gender.

Pokemon Found[edit]

Tall Grass
Fire Red Level Encounter Rate Leaf Green Level Encounter Rate
Pokemon 021Spearow.pngSpearow 6-8 35% Pokemon 021Spearow.pngSpearow 6-8 35%
Pokemon 016Pidgey.pngPidgey 6-7 30% Pokemon 016Pidgey.pngPidgey 6-7 30%
Pokemon 039Jigglypuff.pngJigglypuff 3-7 10% Pokemon 039Jigglypuff.pngJigglypuff 3-7 10%
Pokemon 056Mankey.pngMankey 7 10% Pokemon 056Mankey.pngMankey 7 10%
Pokemon 029Nidoran♀.pngNidoran♀ 6 1% Pokemon 029Nidoran♀.pngNidoran♀ 6-7 14%
Pokemon 032Nidoran♂.pngNidoran♂ 6-7 14% Pokemon 032Nidoran♂.pngNidoran♂ 6 1%

New Pokemon[edit]

#29 Nidoran♀ #32 Nidoran♂
Pokemon 029Nidoran♀.png
Nidoran is the first true Poison-type Pokémon which can be caught in the game. It's Poison Point ability is useful: when opponent touches Nidoran, opponent may become poisoned. Its final form is Nidoqueen, Poison/Ground-type defense-orientated Pokémon.
Pokemon 032Nidoran♂.png
The male form of this poison Pokémon. It is much easier to catch it in Fire Red; Leaf Green players may want to wait until the Safari Zone to catch it. It also has Poison Point ability. Its final form is Nidoking, which is Poison/Ground-type offense-orientated Pokémon.
#39 Jigglypuff
Pokemon 039Jigglypuff.png
The well known balloon Pokémon whose singing lulls everyone hearing it to sleep. This can be helpful in catching Pokémon. It evolves by using a Moon Stone into Wigglytuff, but when evolved, it will not learn any more attacks by leveling up. Its stats and movepool aren't very impressive, so using it isn't recommendable.

Trainers[edit]

Name 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Money
1 Pokemon FRLG Lass.pngJanice Pokemon 016Pidgey.pngPidgey 9 Pokemon 016Pidgey.pngPidgey 9 Pokebuck.png144
2 Pokemon FRLG BugCatcher.pngColton Pokemon 010Caterpie.pngCaterpie 10 Pokemon 013Weedle.pngWeedle 10 Pokemon 010Caterpie.pngCaterpie 10 Pokebuck.png120
3 Pokemon FRLG Youngster.pngBen Pokemon 019Rattata.pngRattata 11 Pokemon 023Ekans.pngEkans 11 Pokebuck.png176
4 Pokemon FRLG BugCatcher.pngGreg Pokemon 013Weedle.pngWeedle 9 Pokemon 010Caterpie.pngCaterpie 9 Pokemon 014Kakuna.pngKakuna 9 Pokemon 011Metapod.pngMetapod 9 Pokebuck.png108
5 Pokemon FRLG Lass.pngSally Pokemon 019Rattata.pngRattata 10 Pokemon 029Nidoran♀.pngNidoran♀ 10 Pokebuck.png160
6 Pokemon FRLG Youngster.pngCalvin Pokemon 021Spearow.pngSpearow 14 Pokebuck.png224
7 Pokemon FRLG BugCatcher.pngJames Pokemon 010Caterpie.pngCaterpie 11 Pokemon 011Metapod.pngMetapod 11 Pokebuck.png132
8 Pokemon FRLG Lass.pngRobin Pokemon 039Jigglypuff.pngJigglypuff 14 Pokebuck.png224

Items[edit]

  • Oran Berry: located near Youngster Calvin. Its spot is marked with a small dark dot.
  • Persim Berry: located on the left side of the Pokémon Center in the middle of the rocks. Its spot is marked with a small dark dot.