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Five Island is the final home of Team Rocket. You should prepare yourself for a final confrontation with these nefarious group!!! But after you are done, don't leave just yet, as riches soon await you!

Five Island Town[edit]

Five Island Town.

Five Island appears to show nothing worthy of attention at first sight. There isn't even a Poke Mart in sight! Despite this humble appearance, Five Island is in fact, one of the most exciting Sevii Islands around.

If you head north, you'll encounter areas rich with trainers that will fill your coffers with lots of money and exp. However, it's best to head east first for a final battle with Team Rocket!

Pokémon Found[edit]

FireRed Level Encounter Rate LeafGreen Level Encounter Rate
Surfing
Pokemon 072Tentacool.pngTentacool 5-40 65% Pokemon 072Tentacool.pngTentacool 5-40 65%
Pokemon 073Tentacruel.pngTentacruel 35-40 5% Pokemon 073Tentacruel.pngTentacruel 35-40 5%
Pokemon 187Hoppip.pngHoppip 5-15 30% Pokemon 187Hoppip.pngHoppip 5-15 30%
Old Rod
Pokemon 129Magikarp.pngMagikarp 5 100% Pokemon 129Magikarp.pngMagikarp 5 100%
Good Rod
Pokemon 116Horsea.pngHorsea 5-15 80% Pokemon 098Krabby.pngKrabby 5-15 80%
Pokemon 129Magikarp.pngMagikarp 5-15 20% Pokemon 129Magikarp.pngMagikarp 5-15 20%
Super Rod
Pokemon 116Horsea.pngHorsea 15-25 40% Pokemon 098Krabby.pngKrabby 15-25 40%
Pokemon 117Seadra.pngSeadra 25-35 4% Pokemon 099Kingler.pngKingler 25-35 4%
Pokemon 090Shellder.pngShellder 15-25 40% Pokemon 120Staryu.pngStaryu 15-25 40%
Pokemon 130Gyarados.pngGyarados 15-25 15% Pokemon 130Gyarados.pngGyarados 15-25 15%
Pokemon 054Psyduck.pngPsyduck 25-35 1% Pokemon 079Slowpoke.pngSlowpoke 25-35 1%

Five Island Meadow[edit]

Five Island Meadow.

Advance through the small grass maze and clear out the Rockets around. You can now enter the Warehouse, as you now should have both passwords ("Goldeen need log" and "Yes, nah Chansey").

Before you go in, be sure to collect the two items from the area!

Pokémon Found[edit]

FireRed Level Encounter Rate LeafGreen Level Encounter Rate
Pokemon 161Sentret.pngSentret 10-15 30% Pokemon 161Sentret.pngSentret 10-15 30%
Pokemon 016Pidgey.pngPidgey 44 20% Pokemon 016Pidgey.pngPidgey 44 20%
Pokemon 017Pidgeotto.pngPidgeotto 48-50 15% Pokemon 017Pidgeotto.pngPidgeotto 48-50 15%
Pokemon 052Meowth.pngMeowth 41 10% Pokemon 052Meowth.pngMeowth 41 10%
Pokemon 053Persian.pngPersian 47-50 5% Pokemon 053Persian.pngPersian 47-50 5%
Pokemon 016Pidgey.pngPidgey 44 20% Pokemon 016Pidgey.pngPidgey 44 20%
Pokemon 054Psyduck.pngPsyduck 41 5% Pokemon 079Slowpoke.pngSlowpoke 41 5%
Surfing
Pokemon 072Tentacool.pngTentacool 5-40 65% Pokemon 072Tentacool.pngTentacool 5-40 65%
Pokemon 073Tentacruel.pngTentacruel 35-40 5% Pokemon 073Tentacruel.pngTentacruel 35-40 5%
Pokemon 187Hoppip.pngHoppip 5-15 30% Pokemon 187Hoppip.pngHoppip 5-15 30%
Old Rod
Pokemon 129Magikarp.pngMagikarp 5 100% Pokemon 129Magikarp.pngMagikarp 5 100%
Good Rod
Pokemon 116Horsea.pngHorsea 5-15 80% Pokemon 098Krabby.pngKrabby 5-15 80%
Pokemon 129Magikarp.pngMagikarp 5-15 20% Pokemon 129Magikarp.pngMagikarp 5-15 20%
Super Rod
Pokemon 116Horsea.pngHorsea 15-25 40% Pokemon 098Krabby.pngKrabby 15-25 40%
Pokemon 117Seadra.pngSeadra 25-35 4% Pokemon 099Kingler.pngKingler 25-35 4%
Pokemon 211Qwilfish.pngQwilfish 15-25 40% Pokemon 223Remoraid.pngRemoraid 15-25 40%
Pokemon 130Gyarados.pngGyarados 15-25 15% Pokemon 130Gyarados.pngGyarados 15-25 15%
Pokemon 054Psyduck.pngPsyduck 25-35 1% Pokemon 079Slowpoke.pngSlowpoke 25-35 1%

Trainers[edit]

Name 1st 2nd 3rd Money
1 Pokemon FRLG Team Rocket Grunt M.pngGrunt Pokemon 019Rattata.pngRattata 48 Pokemon 088Grimer.pngGrimer 48 Pokemon 089Muk.pngMuk 48 Pokebuck.png1536
2 Pokemon FRLG Team Rocket Grunt F.pngGrunt Pokemon 023Ekans.pngEkans 48 Pokemon 044Gloom.pngGloom 48 Pokemon 044Gloom.pngGloom 48 Pokebuck.png1536
3 Pokemon FRLG Team Rocket Grunt M.pngGrunt Pokemon 109Koffing.pngKoffing 49 Pokemon 110Weezing.pngWeezing 49 Pokebuck.png1568

Items[edit]

  • Max Potion: North of the island, after using Cut
  • PP Up: Surf south of the warehouse, head west and land on the small portion of grass

Rocket Warehouse[edit]

Rocket Warehouse.

This warehouse holds the final remnants of Team Rocket. The maze holds a lot of goodies inside, so take your time in exploring it and find them all, including TM36 Sludge Bomb!!!

Tackle the Team Rocket members, and once you beat the Admin trainers, they will take a look at your Earth Badge and realize that the only way you could have acquired is by beating Giovanni.

Team Rocket is now fully disbanded and you can now fight that miserable scientist who stole the Sapphire back in Dotted Cave. Take him out so you can reacquire the precious gem and you will finally be able to end your quest for Celio!!!

Refrain from heading back just yet. There is more to discover in the Sevii Islands region, including some truly powerful Pokemon!


Trainers[edit]

Name 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th Money
1 Pokemon FRLG Team Rocket Grunt F.pngGrunt Pokemon 228Houndour.pngHoundour 49 Pokemon 228Houndour.pngHoundour 49 Pokebuck.png1568
2 Pokemon FRLG Team Rocket Grunt M.pngGrunt Pokemon 066Machop.pngMachop 48 Pokemon 066Machop.pngMachop 48 Pokemon 067Machoke.pngMachoke 48 Pokebuck.png1536
3 Pokemon FRLG Team Rocket Grunt M.pngGrunt Pokemon 097Hypno.pngHypno 49 Pokemon 097Hypno.pngHypno 49 Pokebuck.png1568
4 Pokemon FRLG Team Rocket Grunt F.pngAdmin Pokemon 089Muk.pngMuk 52 Pokemon 024Arbok.pngArbok 53 Pokemon 045Vileplume.pngVileplume 54 Pokebuck.png1728
5 Pokemon FRLG Team Rocket Grunt M.pngAdmin Pokemon 042Golbat.pngGolbat 53 Pokemon 110Weezing.pngWeezing 54 Pokemon 229Houndoom.pngHoundoom 55 Pokebuck.png1760
6 Pokemon FRLG Scientist.pngGideon Pokemon 100Voltorb.pngVoltorb 46 Pokemon 101Electrode.pngElectrode 46 Pokemon 081Magnemite.pngMagnemite 46 Pokemon 082Magneton.pngMagneton 46 Pokemon 137Porygon.pngPorygon 46 Pokebuck.png2208

Items[edit]

  • Up-Grade: In the north room above the maze
  • Pearl: Middle of the maze
  • Big Pearl: South of the maze
  • TM36 Sludge Bomb: In the north room above the maze
  • Net Ball: Hidden on a box in the middle of the maze
  • Nest Ball: Hidden on a box near Gideon
  • Sapphire (Key Item): After defeating Gideon

Memorial Pillar[edit]

Memorial Pillar.

You'll find Memorial Pillar by surfing east from Five Island Meadow. You'll first reach a long island filled with trainers and some hidden items.

If you surf south, you'll reach a small landing with a big statue. This huge rock is in fact a memorial to a trainer's Onix, Tectonix. If you leave a Lemonade at the memorial, its trainer will give you TM42 Facade. There's also a Metal Coat on the left. After you're done, return to Five Island Town.

Trainers[edit]

Name 1st 2nd Money
1 Pokemon FRLG Birdkeeper.pngMilo Pokemon 016Pidgey.pngPidgey 47 Pokemon 017Pidgeotto.pngPidgeotto 49 Pokebuck.png1176
2 Pokemon FRLG Birdkeeper.pngChaz Pokemon 021Spearow.pngSpearow 47 Pokemon 022Fearow.pngFearow 49 Pokebuck.png1176
3 Pokemon FRLG Birdkeeper.pngHarold Pokemon 163Hoothoot.pngHoothoot 47 Pokemon 164Noctowl.pngNoctowl 49 Pokebuck.png1176

Pokémon Found[edit]

FireRed Level Encounter Rate LeafGreen Level Encounter Rate
Pokemon 187Hoppip.pngHoppip 6-16 100% Pokemon 187Hoppip.pngHoppip 6-16 100%
Surfing
Pokemon 072Tentacool.pngTentacool 5-40 65% Pokemon 072Tentacool.pngTentacool 5-40 65%
Pokemon 073Tentacruel.pngTentacruel 35-40 5% Pokemon 073Tentacruel.pngTentacruel 35-40 5%
Pokemon 187Hoppip.pngHoppip 5-15 30% Pokemon 187Hoppip.pngHoppip 5-15 30%
Old Rod
Pokemon 129Magikarp.pngMagikarp 5 100% Pokemon 129Magikarp.pngMagikarp 5 100%
Good Rod
Pokemon 116Horsea.pngHorsea 5-15 80% Pokemon 098Krabby.pngKrabby 5-15 80%
Pokemon 129Magikarp.pngMagikarp 5-15 20% Pokemon 129Magikarp.pngMagikarp 5-15 20%
Super Rod
Pokemon 116Horsea.pngHorsea 15-25 40% Pokemon 098Krabby.pngKrabby 15-25 40%
Pokemon 117Seadra.pngSeadra 25-35 4% Pokemon 099Kingler.pngKingler 25-35 4%
Pokemon 211Qwilfish.pngQwilfish 15-25 40% Pokemon 223Remoraid.pngRemoraid 15-25 40%
Pokemon 130Gyarados.pngGyarados 15-25 15% Pokemon 130Gyarados.pngGyarados 15-25 15%
Pokemon 054Psyduck.pngPsyduck 25-35 1% Pokemon 079Slowpoke.pngSlowpoke 25-35 1%

Items[edit]

  • Razz Berry: Long island (hidden)
  • Sitrus Berry: Long island (hidden)
  • Bluk Berry: Long island (hidden)
  • TM42 Facade: Leave a Lemonade at the memorial
  • Metal Coat: Near the memorial on the south-west
  • Big Pearl: On the beach on the south west (hidden)

Water Labyrinth[edit]

Water Labyrinth.

If you Surf north from Five Island Town, you will enter the Water Labyrinth. This is a water maze that you could easily bypass by heading north, towards Resort Gorgeous. Refrain from this for the moment and instead head west towards the small beach.

You'll find an old man on the land. Talk to him, and after examining the friendship level of your first Pokemon he'll give you an Egg, that once hatched will yield Togepi!!!

Be aware that the Egg is not an item, it is technically a Pokemon, and in order to receive it you must have an empty spot in your party. Now you can head north.

Pokémon Found[edit]

FireRed Level Encounter Rate LeafGreen Level Encounter Rate
Surfing
Pokemon 072Tentacool.pngTentacool 5-40 65% Pokemon 072Tentacool.pngTentacool 5-40 65%
Pokemon 073Tentacruel.pngTentacruel 35-40 5% Pokemon 073Tentacruel.pngTentacruel 35-40 5%
Pokemon 187Hoppip.pngHoppip 5-15 30% Pokemon 187Hoppip.pngHoppip 5-15 30%
Old Rod
Pokemon 129Magikarp.pngMagikarp 5 100% Pokemon 129Magikarp.pngMagikarp 5 100%
Good Rod
Pokemon 116Horsea.pngHorsea 5-15 80% Pokemon 098Krabby.pngKrabby 5-15 80%
Pokemon 129Magikarp.pngMagikarp 5-15 20% Pokemon 129Magikarp.pngMagikarp 5-15 20%
Super Rod
Pokemon 116Horsea.pngHorsea 15-25 40% Pokemon 098Krabby.pngKrabby 15-25 40%
Pokemon 117Seadra.pngSeadra 25-35 4% Pokemon 099Kingler.pngKingler 25-35 4%
Pokemon 090Shellder.pngShellder 15-25 40% Pokemon 120Staryu.pngStaryu 15-25 40%
Pokemon 130Gyarados.pngGyarados 15-25 15% Pokemon 130Gyarados.pngGyarados 15-25 15%
Pokemon 054Psyduck.pngPsyduck 25-35 1% Pokemon 079Slowpoke.pngSlowpoke 25-35 1%
Egg
Pokemon 175Togepi.pngTogepi 5 One Pokemon 175Togepi.pngTogepi 5 One

Trainers[edit]

Name 1st 2nd 3rd Money
1 Pokemon FRLG Pokémon Breeder.pngAlize Pokemon 025Pikachu.pngPikachu 48 Pokemon 035Clefairy.pngClefairy 48 Pokemon 183Marill.pngMarill 48 Pokebuck.png1344

Resort Gorgeous[edit]

Resort Gorgeous & Lost Cave.

Northeast of the Water Labyrinth lies the Resort Gorgeous zone. True to its name, this zone is home to some of the richest trainers in Kanto. This area is notable for its Lady trainers, who can become excellent sources of income.

Upon arriving to the resort, you'll find that the house in the middle of the island will be empty. This is only temporary though, as its owner is currently lost within the properly named Lost Cave. Once you rescue her, Lady Selphie will take residence within the house and request (more like demand) that you show her a particular Pokemon. If you do so before walking 250 steps, Selphie's butler will reward you with an exciting item, which may even be the rare Luxury Ball.

Additionally, both Lady trainers standing on the beach have Pokemon that are holding Nuggets or Stardust, and will also hand over close to Pokebuck.png10,000 per fight.

Pokémon Found[edit]

Treasure!!!

Keep this area in mind if you find yourself short on money.

Simply use VS Seeker with the Lady trainers and in combination with the Amulet Coin, and a couple of Pokemon that know Thief or Covet, you could make close to Pokebuck.png50,000 with only two easy challenges!
FireRed Level Encounter Rate LeafGreen Level Encounter Rate
Surfing
Pokemon 072Tentacool.pngTentacool 5-40 65% Pokemon 072Tentacool.pngTentacool 5-40 65%
Pokemon 073Tentacruel.pngTentacruel 35-40 5% Pokemon 073Tentacruel.pngTentacruel 35-40 5%
Pokemon 187Hoppip.pngHoppip 5-15 30% Pokemon 187Hoppip.pngHoppip 5-15 30%
Old Rod
Pokemon 129Magikarp.pngMagikarp 5 100% Pokemon 129Magikarp.pngMagikarp 5 100%
Good Rod
Pokemon 116Horsea.pngHorsea 5-15 80% Pokemon 098Krabby.pngKrabby 5-15 80%
Pokemon 129Magikarp.pngMagikarp 5-15 20% Pokemon 129Magikarp.pngMagikarp 5-15 20%
Super Rod
Pokemon 116Horsea.pngHorsea 15-25 40% Pokemon 098Krabby.pngKrabby 15-25 40%
Pokemon 117Seadra.pngSeadra 25-35 4% Pokemon 099Kingler.pngKingler 25-35 4%
Pokemon 211Qwilfish.pngQwilfish 15-25 40% Pokemon 223Remoraid.pngRemoraid 15-25 40%
Pokemon 130Gyarados.pngGyarados 15-25 15% Pokemon 130Gyarados.pngGyarados 15-25 15%
Pokemon 054Psyduck.pngPsyduck 25-35 1% Pokemon 079Slowpoke.pngSlowpoke 25-35 1%

Trainers[edit]

Name 1st 2nd 3rd Money
1 Pokemon FRLG Painter.pngRayna Pokemon 235Smeargle.pngSmeargle 50 Pokebuck.png800
2 Pokemon FRLG Painter.pngDaisy Pokemon 235Smeargle.pngSmeargle 50 Pokebuck.png800
3 Pokemon FRLG Swimmer♂.pngToby Pokemon 061Poliwhirl.pngPoliwhirl 48 Pokemon 072Tentacool.pngTentacool 48 Pokemon 073Tentacruel.pngTentacruel 48 Pokebuck.png192
4 Pokemon FRLG Painter.pngCelina Pokemon 235Smeargle.pngSmeargle 50 Pokebuck.png800
5 Pokemon FRLG Youngster.pngDestin Pokemon 020Raticate.pngRaticate 548 Pokemon 017Pidgeotto.pngPidgeotto 48 Pokebuck.png768
6 Pokemon FRLG Lady.pngJacki Pokemon 187Hoppip.pngHoppip 48 Pokemon 188Skiploom.pngSkiploom 50 Pokebuck.png10,000
7 Pokemon FRLG Lady.pngGillian Pokemon 179Mareep.pngMareep 47 Pokemon 179Mareep.pngMareep 48 Pokemon 180Flaaffy.pngFlaaffy 49 Pokebuck.png9,800

Items[edit]

  • Nest Ball (hidden): In a small island west of the zone
  • Stardust (hidden): Main island, on the northwest
  • Stardust (hidden): Main island, on the southwest
  • Star Piece (hidden): Main island, on the south
  • Luxury Ball: Reward from Selphie's butler
  • Nugget: Reward from Selphie's butler
  • Rare Candy: Reward from Selphie's butler
  • Star Piece: Reward from Selphie's butler
  • Stardust: Reward from Selphie's butler
  • Big Pearl: Reward from Selphie's butler
  • Pearl: Reward from Selphie's butler

Lost Cave[edit]

This is a confusing cave filled with fog, and exits that never seem to go where you want to go. Lady Selphie is lost here and you need to "rescue" her. And by that I mean battle her so she goes home.

There's a pattern to the cave. The path to reach Lady Selphie is actually pointed out by the number of rocks in the room. The number of rocks actually refers to the position in a clock, so three rocks is 3 o'clock, so you would need to head west, and so forth. If you head in the opposite direction to the clue, you will eventually reach an item. But if you don't want to think it through, just follow this table to reach your objective.

Paths
Pokemon FRLG Lady.pngSelphie  ↑   ↓   ↓   ↓   ↑ 
Lax Incense  ↓ 
Max Revive  ↑   ↓   ↓ 
Rare Candy  ↑   ↓   ↓   ↓ 
Sea Incense  ↑   ↓   ↑ 
Silk Scarf*  ↑   ↓   ↓   ↓   ↑ 
  • Silk Scarf is only available after defeating Lady Selphie

Beat Lady Selphie's two Persians to get her to go home. Mind you, this is the only time you will get to battle her, so come prepared with the Amulet Coin and a couple of Pokemon that know Thief, so you can reap more rewards from battling her!

After you are done collecting the items, head to Seven Island for your next challenge!

Pokémon Found[edit]

Lady Selphie Path
FireRed Level Encounter Rate LeafGreen Level Encounter Rate
Pokemon 092Gastly.pngGastly 38-40 25% Pokemon 092Gastly.pngGastly 38-40 25%
Pokemon 093Haunter.pngHaunter 44-52 30% Pokemon 093Haunter.pngHaunter 44-52 30%
Pokemon 041Zubat.pngZubat 37 20% Pokemon 041Zubat.pngZubat 37 20%
Pokemon 042Golbat.pngGolbat 41-43 20% Pokemon 042Golbat.pngGolbat 41-43 20%
Pokemon 198Murkrow.pngMurkrow 22 5% Pokemon 200Misdreavus.pngMisdreavus 22 5%
Item Room
FireRed Level Encounter Rate LeafGreen Level Encounter Rate
Pokemon 092Gastly.pngGastly 40 20% Pokemon 092Gastly.pngGastly 40 20%
Pokemon 093Haunter.pngHaunter 44-52 30% Pokemon 093Haunter.pngHaunter 44-52 30%
Pokemon 041Zubat.pngZubat 37 20% Pokemon 041Zubat.pngZubat 37 20%
Pokemon 042Golbat.pngGolbat 41 10% Pokemon 042Golbat.pngGolbat 41 10%
Pokemon 198Murkrow.pngMurkrow 15-22 20% Pokemon 200Misdreavus.pngMisdreavus 15-22 20%

Trainers[edit]

Name 1st 2nd 3rd Money
1 Pokemon FRLG Ruin Maniac.pngLawson Pokemon 095Onix.pngOnix 47 Pokemon 075Graveler.pngGraveler 48 Pokemon 105Marowak.pngMarowak 49 Pokebuck.png2352
2 Pokemon FRLG PsychicF.pngLaura Pokemon 177Natu.pngNatu 48 Pokemon 177Natu.pngNatu 48 Pokemon 178Xatu.pngXatu 49 Pokebuck.png980
3 Pokemon FRLG Lady.pngSelphie Pokemon 053Persian.pngPersian 49 Pokemon 053Persian.pngPersian 49 Pokebuck.png9800

New Pokémon[edit]

#187 Hoppip #175 Togepi
Hoppip
Hoppip is yet another Johto Pokemon with an unusual type combination. A Flying/Grass type, Hoppip is actually available all over the Five Island zones, even while Surfing!!

Hoppip has great speed stats, and its type combination can lead to new and unusual move combinations. Unfortunately, Hoppip's other stats are quite low, its learnset is mediocre at best, and it cannot even learn Fly. Best leave Hoppip in your PC.

Hoppip evolves to Jumpluff at level 27.

Togepi
Fans of the anime can easily recognize Togepi. In this generation, Togepi is a Normal type Pokemon that must be hatched to be obtained.

Togepi can only shine once it evolves to Togetic by increasing its friendship levels. Once it evolves, Togetic is granted powerful Defense, Spc Atk and Spc Def stats. Its moveset is filled with mostly support moves, such as Wish, and Follow Me.

Togetic makes a good wall Pokemon, but you'll probably have to use some TM's on it to increase its versatility.

#198 Murkrow #200 Misdreavus
Murkrow
Murkrow, exclusive to Fire Red, adds yet another strange bird to the game. As a Dark/Flying Pokemon, it carries decent Atack, Spc Atk and Speed stats.

Murkrow is a decent choice if you wish to change your current Flying Pokemon, as it is one of the few Dark choices in FireRed, and it is capable of learning Faint Attack by level up, as well as some decent moves from TM's.

Misdreavus
Misdreavus, exclusive to LeafGreen, is another addition to the very small Ghost type group in this Generation.

Misdreavus provides a benefit absent on the other Ghost Pokemon you've encountered before. Misdreavus is a pure Ghost type, unlike the Gastly group, and so it is more resistant to Psychic moves that have previously been so difficult to counter up to this point.

If you want to use Misdreavus in your team, you'll have to teach it some TM's, including Psychic and Shadow Ball.