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Route 3 leads to Mt. Moon, where your Rival is waiting, ready to battle. You'll run into a handful of Trainers with Flying-, Poison- or Fire-type Pokémon, so you might want to backtrack to Pewter City before continuing on to Mt. Moon.

Route 3

There's nothing to do here except catch a Jigglypuff in Gold and Silver (or a Clefairy in Crystal) and battle a few easy Junior Trainers. You'll note that the Pokémon Center near the entrance to Mt. Moon has closed, but it's such an easy area now that you won't miss it.

Trainers[edit]

  • Youngster Warren
    • Fearow (lvl. 35, 1215 EXP) and Pokebuck.png560
  • Youngster Jimmy
  • Firebreather Otis
    • Magmar (lvl. 29, 1036 EXP)
    • Weezing (lvl. 32, 1185 EXP)
    • Magmar (lvl. 29, 1036 EXP) and Pokebuck.png1392
  • Firebreather Burt
    • Koffing (lvl. 32, 781 EXP)
    • Slugma (lvl. 32, 534 EXP) and Pokebuck.png1536

Pokémon Found[edit]

Morning Day Night
Pokemon 019Rattata.png Rattata
Pokemon 023Ekans.png Ekans
Pokemon 024Arbok.png Arbok
Pokemon 021Spearow.png Spearow
#39 Jigglypuff #35 Clefairy
Pokemon 039Jigglypuff.png
Not much has changed with Jigglypuff itself (although many of its old moves have been powered up a bit in Gold/Silver/Crystal). But like Pikachu, it can now lay an egg containing a new Pokémon, Igglybuff.
Pokemon 035Clefairy.png
Clefairy has a couple of new moves, including level 4's Encore (which repeats your opponent's last move) and Moonlight, a healing move that is stronger at night. And now they can lay an egg containing a new Pokémon, Cleffa.