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Seven Island is the last of the Sevii Islands, and holder of the strongest trainers of the game, aside from the Elite Four. Gear up and tackle the challenges within Trainer Tower, and make your way to solve the final puzzle within the Tanoby Ruins!

Seven Island Town[edit]

Seven Island Town.
Poke Mart
Great Ball Pokebuck.png600
Ultra Ball Pokebuck.png1200
Revive Pokebuck.png1500
Full Restore Pokebuck.png3000
Hyper Potion Pokebuck.png1200
Max Potion Pokebuck.png2500
Full Heal Pokebuck.png500
Escape Rope Pokebuck.png550
Max Repel Pokebuck.png700


Seven Island is the last of the Sevii Islands. The town offers the usual amenities, such as the Poke Center and Poke Mart. A Move Tutor on the bridge south of the town will teach one of your Pokemon Swords Dance.

There are two paths you can take. Head north and you'll encounter Trainer Tower. Head south and you'll go towards Sevault Canyon and the Tanoby Ruins. You can tackle them in whatever way you choose.

Trainer Tower[edit]

Trainer Tower.
Poke Mart
Great Ball Pokebuck.png600
Ultra Ball Pokebuck.png1200
Revive Pokebuck.png1500
Full Restore Pokebuck.png3000
Hyper Potion Pokebuck.png1200
Max Potion Pokebuck.png2500
Full Heal Pokebuck.png500
Escape Rope Pokebuck.png550
Max Repel Pokebuck.png700

Trainer Tower is the ultimate trainer challenge. Should you choose to climb it, you will have to go through eight levels of trainers to reach the top and claim a special prize.

Battling the trainers here will neither give you levels nor money. The battles are timed, so try to do your best, and the level of the Pokémon here will match the level of your highest level Pokémon.

There are 4 modes: Single Mode, Double Mode, Knockout Mode, and Mixed Mode.

Entrance[edit]

Heading north, you'll have to tackle two battles before you enter the Tower. Within, you'll find a Poke Center and a Poke Mart as well. The battles are unlike other challenges you may have found in different Pokemon games, as you are allowed to heal within and outside battles. Good Luck!

Extra Items!
All of your opponents in Trainer Tower have held items, and some are quite rare, so you may think of bringing a Pokemon or two that know Thief or Covet to get them!

Trainers[edit]

Name 1st 2nd 3rd Money
Pokemon FRLG PsychicF.png
Rodette
Pokemon 177Natu.pngNatu 48 Pokemon 096Drowzee.pngDrowzee 48 Pokemon 097Hypno.pngHypno 50 Pokebuck.png1000
Pokemon FRLG PsychicM.png
Dario
Pokemon 203Girafarig.pngGirafarig 52 Pokebuck.png1040

Pokemon Found[edit]

FireRed Level Encounter Rate LeafGreen Level Encounter Rate
Surfing
Pokemon 072Tentacool.pngTentacool 5-40 95% Pokemon 072Tentacool.pngTentacool 5-40 95%
Pokemon 073Tentacruel.pngTentacruel 35-40 5% Pokemon 073Tentacruel.pngTentacruel 35-40 5%
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 15-35 1% Pokemon 079Slowpoke.pngSlowpoke 15-35 1%

Single Mode[edit]

Single Mode are simply single trainer battles. Beat the eight trainers and you'll be rewarded with an Upgrade (to evolve Porygon into Porygon2 during a trade).

Floor Trainers Pokemon
1 Pokemon FRLG Sailor.png Alberto Pokemon 160Feraligatr.pngFeraligatr Pokemon 115Kangaskhan.pngKangaskhan
2 Pokemon FRLG BugCatcher.png Brandon Pokemon 015Beedrill.pngBeedrill Pokemon 193Yanma.pngYanma
3 Pokemon FRLG Juggler.png Jarrett Pokemon 110Weezing.pngWeezing Pokemon 102Exeggcute.pngExeggcute
4 Pokemon FRLG Youngster.png Cole Pokemon 057Primeape.pngPrimeape Pokemon 080Slowbro.pngSlowbro
5 Pokemon FRLG Camper.png Joey Pokemon 034Nidoking.pngNidoking Pokemon 128Tauros.pngTauros
6 Pokemon FRLG Swimmer♂.png Braden Pokemon 206Dunsparce.pngDunsparce Pokemon 186Politoed.pngPolitoed
7 Pokémon.FRLG.Burglar.png Jac Pokemon 052Meowth.pngMeowth Pokemon 113Chansey.pngChansey
8 Pokemon FRLG Pokémon Breeder.png Lily Pokemon 175Togepi.pngTogepi Pokemon 143Snorlax.pngSnorlax

Double Mode[edit]

Doubles are battles with couple trainers. Beat eight couples and be rewarded with a Dragon Scale (to evolve Seadra into Kingdra during a trade).

Floor Trainers Pokemon
1 Pokemon FRLG Twins.png Jen & Kira Pokemon 135Jolteon.pngJolteon Pokemon 196Espeon.pngEspeon
2 Pokemon FRLG Crushkin.png Jo & Haley Pokemon 065Alakazam.pngAlakazam Pokemon 229Houndoom.pngHoundoom
3 Pokemon FRLG Crushkin.png Ric & Rene Pokemon 076Golem.pngGolem Pokemon 068Machamp.pngMachamp
4 Pokemon FRLG Cool Couple.png Isac & Mag Pokemon 221Piloswine.pngPiloswine Pokemon 169Crobat.pngCrobat
5 Pokemon FRLG Cool Couple.png Jos & Anne Pokemon 242Blissey.pngBlissey Pokemon 059Arcanine.pngArcanine
6 Pokemon FRLG Young Couple.png Emy & Alek Pokemon 217Ursaring.pngUrsaring Pokemon 162Furret.pngFurret
7 Pokemon FRLG SisandBro.png Axe & Ren Pokemon 171Lanturn.pngLanturn Pokemon 148Dragonair.pngDragonair
8 Pokemon FRLG Cool Couple.png Geb & Megan Pokemon 130Gyarados.pngGyarados Pokemon 112Rhydon.pngRhydon

Knockout Mode[edit]

Knockout Mode are battles where you will tackle three trainers, one after the other with no healing time between battles. Beat eight floors and be rewarded with a Metal Coat (to evolve Onix and Scyther into Steelix and Scizor during trade respectively. It also powers Steel type moves when held).

Floor Trainers Pokemon
1 Pokemon FRLG Biker.png Jordy & Pokemon FRLG Biker.png Ernest &Pokemon FRLG Cue Ball.png Gabriel Pokemon 240Magby.pngMagby Pokemon 175Togepi.pngTogepi Pokemon 238Smoochum.pngSmoochum
2 Pokemon FRLG Hiker.png Mike & Pokemon FRLG Crush Girl.png Rebecca & Pokemon FRLG Black Belt.pngNicolas Pokemon 006Charizard.pngCharizard Pokemon 136Flareon.pngFlareon Pokemon 062Poliwrath.pngPoliwrath
3 Pokemon FRLG Picnicker.png Camryn & Pokemon FRLG Aroma Lady.png Natalia & Pokemon FRLG Cooltrainer♀.pngKathleen Pokemon 241Miltank.pngMiltank Pokemon 045Vileplume.pngVileplume Pokemon 131Lapras.pngLapras
4 Pokemon FRLG Sailor.png Brennan & Pokemon FRLG Fisherman.png Kaden & Pokemon FRLG Gentleman.png Emanuel Pokemon 113Chansey.pngChansey Pokemon 119Seaking.pngSeaking Pokemon 134Vaporeon.pngVaporeon
5 Pokemon FRLG Beauty.png Maura & Pokemon FRLG Lass.png Mikaela & Pokemon FRLG Engineer.png Flint Pokemon 029Nidoran♀.pngNidoran♀ Pokemon 030Nidorina.pngNidorina Pokemon 031Nidoqueen.pngNidoqueen
6 Pokemon FRLG Rocker.png Ben & Pokemon FRLG Engineer.png Camden & Pokemon FRLG Scientist.pngZackery Pokemon 181Ampharos.pngAmpharos Pokemon 210Granbull.pngGranbull Pokemon 200Misdreavus.pngMisdreavus
7 Pokemon FRLG Tuber.png Priscilla & Pokemon FRLG Lady.pngCharlotte & Pokemon FRLG SwimmerF.pngShania Pokemon 118Goldeen.pngGoldeen Pokemon 211Qwilfish.pngQwilfish Pokemon 226Mantine.pngMantine
8 Pokemon FRLG Pokémon Ranger F.png Chelsea & Pokemon FRLG Pokémon Ranger M.png Trenton & Pokemon FRLG Cooltrainer♂.pngAlbert Pokemon 121Starmie.pngStarmie Pokemon 059Arcanine.pngArcanine Pokemon 003Venusaur.pngVenusaur

Mixed Mode[edit]

Mixed brings a combination of all the previous modes. Beat eight floors and be rewarded with a King's Rock (to evolve Poliwhirl and Slowpoke into Politoed and Slowking during trade respectively. Also a Pokemon holding it will now have a chance to make the opponent flinch when attacking).

Floor Trainers Pokemon
1 Pokemon FRLG Cooltrainer♀.png Allyson Pokemon 121Starmie.pngStarmie Pokemon 230Kingdra.pngKingdra
2 Pokemon FRLG PsychicM.png Lorenzo Pokemon 097Hypno.pngHypno Pokemon 094Gengar.pngGengar
3 Pokemon FRLG SuperNerd.png Owen Pokemon 135Jolteon.pngJolteon Pokemon 233Porygon2.pngPorygon2
4 Pokemon FRLG Cool Couple.png Geb & Megan Pokemon 034Nidoking.pngNidoking Pokemon 031Nidoqueen.pngNidoqueen
5 Pokemon FRLG SisandBro.png Kat & Kitt Pokemon 222Corsola.pngCorsola Pokemon 099Kingler.pngKingler
6 Pokemon FRLG Pokémon Ranger F.png Chelsea & Pokemon FRLG Pokémon Ranger M.png Trenton & Pokemon FRLG Cooltrainer♂.pngAlbert Pokemon 166Ledian.pngLedian Pokemon 130Gyarados.pngGyarados Pokemon 248Tyranitar.pngTyranitar
7 Pokemon FRLG Crushkin.png Ric & Rene Pokemon 107Hitmonchan.pngHitmonchan Pokemon 106Hitmonlee.pngHitmonlee
8 Pokemon FRLG Hiker.png Mike & Pokemon FRLG Crush Girl.png Rebecca & Pokemon FRLG Black Belt.pngNicolas Pokemon 006Charizard.pngCharizard Pokemon 031Nidoqueen.pngNidoqueen Pokemon 062Poliwrath.pngPoliwrath

Canyon Entrance[edit]

Canyon Entrance.

Following the road south you'll find the entry zone towards Sevault Canyon. Canyon Entrance is a small zone mostly covered in tall grass, but you can also find challenging trainers here, so you may want to spend some time leveling your Pokemon here.

From the middle of the zone, head south and east to continue on, the other path is a dead end.

Pokemon Found[edit]

FireRed Level Encounter Rate LeafGreen Level Encounter Rate
Pokemon 021Spearow.pngSpearow 44 20% Pokemon 021Spearow.pngSpearow 44 20%
Pokemon 022Fearow.pngFearow 48-50 15% Pokemon 022Fearow.pngFearow 48-50 15%
Pokemon 161Sentret.pngSentret 10-15 30% Pokemon 161Sentret.pngSentret 10-15 30%
Pokemon 052Meowth.pngMeowth 41 10% Pokemon 052Meowth.pngMeowth 41 10%
Pokemon 053Persian.pngPersian 47-50 5% Pokemon 053Persian.pngPersian 47-50 5%
Pokemon 231Phanpy.pngPhanpy 10-15 15% Pokemon 231Phanpy.pngPhanpy 10-15 15%
Pokemon 054Psyduck.pngPsyduck 41 5% Pokemon 079Slowpoke.pngSlowpoke 41 5%

Trainers[edit]

Name 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Money
1 Pokemon FRLG Aroma Lady.pngMiah Pokemon 182Bellossom.pngBellossom 50 Pokemon 182Bellossom.pngBellossom 50 Pokebuck.png1400
2 Pokemon FRLG Juggler.pngMason Pokemon 100Voltorb.pngVoltorb 47 Pokemon 100Voltorb.pngVoltorb 47 Pokemon 204Pineco.pngPineco 47 Pokemon 204Pineco.pngPineco 47 Pokebuck.png1880
3 Pokemon FRLG Pokémon Ranger M.pngNicolas Pokemon 070Weepinbell.pngWeepinbell 51 Pokemon 071Victreebel.pngVictreebel 51 Pokebuck.png1836
4 Pokemon FRLG Pokémon Ranger F.pngMadeline Pokemon 044Gloom.pngGloom 51 Pokemon 045Vileplume.pngVileplume 51 Pokebuck.png1836
5 Pokemon FRLG Young Couple.pngEve & Jon Pokemon 054Psyduck.pngPsyduck 50 Pokemon 055Golduck.pngGolduck 50 Pokebuck.png2800

Items[edit]

  • Rawst Berry (hidden): dead end road at the west side

Sevault Canyon[edit]

Sevault Canyon.

Here you will find the strongest common trainers in the game, so this is the best place to train your Pokemon. On the south part of the zone you'll find a house, which contains a man ready to dance with you. If you agree, your Pokemon will all be healed, so you can hang around this area for as long as you want.

North of the area you'll find the cave known as Tanoby Key. Inside the cave is a puzzle that involves Strength. Once solved, you'll unlock access to Unown within the Tanoby Ruins.

There are a couple of useful items that you can find throughout the road as well, such as the King's Rock, a held item that can make an opposing Pokemon flinch. Mind you, you'll need to bring Pokemon that know Strength and Rock Break to get it.

When you are done with this place, head further south and enter the Tanoby Ruins.

Pokemon Found[edit]

FireRed Level Encounter Rate LeafGreen Level Encounter Rate
Pokemon 231Phanpy.pngPhanpy 15 20% Pokemon 231Phanpy.pngPhanpy 15 20%
Pokemon 022Fearow.pngFearow 50 10% Pokemon 022Fearow.pngFearow 50 15%
Pokemon 052Meowth.pngMeowth 43 10% Pokemon 052Meowth.pngMeowth 43 10%
Pokemon 104Cubone.pngCubone 46 10% Pokemon 104Cubone.pngCubone 46 10%
Pokemon 105Marowak.pngMarowak 52 10% Pokemon 105Marowak.pngMarowak 52 10%
Pokemon 074Geodude.pngGeodude 46 20% Pokemon 074Geodude.pngGeodude 46 20%
Pokemon 053Persian.pngPersian 49-52 5% Pokemon 053Persian.pngPersian 49-52 5%
Pokemon 095Onix.pngOnix 54 5% Pokemon 095Onix.pngOnix 54 5%
Pokemon 246Larvitar.pngLarvitar 15-20 5% Pokemon 246Larvitar.pngLarvitar 15-20 5%
Pokemon 227Skarmory.pngSkarmory 30 5%
Rock Smash
Pokemon 074Geodude.pngGeodude 25-40 95% Pokemon 074Geodude.pngGeodude 25-40 95%
Pokemon 075Graveler.pngGraveler 30-50 5% Pokemon 075Graveler.pngGraveler 30-50 5%

Trainers[edit]

Name 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th Money
1 Pokemon FRLG Cool Couple.pngLex & Nya Pokemon 128Tauros.pngTauros 52 Pokemon 241Miltank.pngMiltank 52 Pokebuck.png2496
2 Pokemon FRLG Tamer.pngEvan Pokemon 028Sandslash.pngSandslash 48 Pokemon 108Lickitung.pngLickitung 48 Pokemon 217Ursaring.pngUrsaring 49 Pokebuck.png1960
3 Pokemon FRLG Pokémon Ranger M.pngJackson Pokemon 114Tangela.pngTangela 49 Pokemon 102Exeggcute.pngExeggcute 49 Pokemon 103Exeggutor.pngExeggutor 49 Pokebuck.png1764
4 Pokemon FRLG Pokémon Ranger F.pngMadeline Pokemon 113Chansey.pngChansey 52 Pokebuck.png1872
5 Pokemon FRLG Crush Girl.pngCyndy Pokemon 057Primeape.pngPrimeape 48 Pokemon 237Hitmontop.pngHitmontop 48 Pokemon 067Machoke.pngMachoke 48 Pokebuck.png1152
6 Pokemon FRLG Cooltrainer♂.pngLeroy Pokemon 112Rhydon.pngRhydon 47 Pokemon 080Slowbro.pngSlowbro 48 Pokemon 067Machoke.pngMachoke 48 Pokemon 115Kangaskhan.pngKangaskhan 47 Pokemon 217Ursaring.pngUrsaring 50 Pokebuck.png1800
7 Pokemon FRLG Cooltrainer♀.pngMichelle Pokemon 053Persian.pngPersian 47 Pokemon 087Dewgong.pngDewgong 47 Pokemon 038Ninetales.pngNinetales 48 Pokemon 078Rapidash.pngRapidash 48 Pokemon 203Girafarig.pngGirafarig 50 Pokebuck.png1800

Items[edit]

  • Nugget: South of the Cool Couple
  • Max Elixir: South of Tamer
  • King's Rock: Puzzle that requires Strength and Rock Smash
  • Lucky Punch: Inside the house
  • Cherry Berry (hidden): South of the house

Tanoby Ruins[edit]

Tanoby Ruins & Caves.

Solving the earlier puzzle in Sevault Canyon will allow you to capture Unown within these chambers! I know, a crappy reward for all the struggles you went through, but at least, you have finished exploring the Sevii Islands!

Time to go back to Celio in One Island and deliver the Sapphire if you have not done so already. Now you will be able to trade and battle Pokemon from Pokemon Ruby, Pokemon Sapphire and Pokemon Emerald!!!

Your delivery of the gems has now triggered new events. Head back to Kanto, the Legendary Pokemon await you!!!

Pokemon Found[edit]

FireRed Level Encounter Rate LeafGreen Level Encounter Rate
Surfing
Pokemon 072Tentacool.pngTentacool 5-40 95% Pokemon 072Tentacool.pngTentacool 5-40 90%
Pokemon 073Tentacruel.pngTentacruel 35-40 5% Pokemon 073Tentacruel.pngTentacruel 35-40 5%
Pokemon 226Mantine.pngMantine 35-40 5%
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 15-35 1% Pokemon 079Slowpoke.pngSlowpoke 15-35 1%
Chambers
Pokemon 201Unown.pngUnown 25 100% Pokemon 201Unown.pngUnown 25 100%

Trainers[edit]

Name 1st 2nd 3rd Money
Pokemon FRLG Ruin Maniac.png
Brandon
Pokemon 095Onix.pngOnix 50 Pokebuck.png2400
Pokemon FRLG Gentleman.png
Clifford
Pokemon 105Marowak.pngMarowak 49 Pokemon 055Golduck.pngGolduck 49 Pokebuck.png3528
Pokemon FRLG Painter.png
Edna
Pokemon 235Smeargle.pngSmeargle 50 Pokebuck.png800
Pokemon FRLG Ruin Maniac.png
Benjamin
Pokemon 074Geodude.pngGeodude 48 Pokemon 075Graveler.pngGraveler 48 Pokemon 075Graveler.pngGraveler 48 Pokebuck.png2304

Items[edit]

  • Dragon Scale (x4 hidden): Outside the caves in the sand

New Pokémon[edit]

#231 Phanpy #246 Larvitar
Pokemon 231Phanpy.png
Phanpy, is a new Ground heavyweight Pokemon now available to you.

And heavyweight is right. Once evolved to Donphan at level 25, this Pokemon gains a heavy boost to its attack and defense stats, along with a not too shabby HP. With these stats, Donphan can truly become a heavy hitter within your team.

Be warned though, that its Sp Def and Speed stats are on the bottom, so any fast Grass or Water Pokemon can easily one-shot Donphan. Moreover, its learnset will not contain any Ground moves until Earthquake at level 49, so TM's will be necessary.

Larvitar
Larvitar is another small Pokemon just bursting with potential.

A Rock/Ground Pokemon, Larvitar follows the same progression that another powerhouse, the Dratini family. Like its Dragon counterparts, Larvitar, and its evolution at level 30 ,Pupitar,hold mediocre stats and movesets.

Once it evolves into Tyranitar at level 55, however, its types change to Rock/Dark, and its stats shoot up into the stratosphere. Tyranitar can devastate most teams by itself, and will even learn Earthquake at level 61.

Like Dragonite, Tyranitar will make an excellent addition to any team, so long as you are patient enough to reap the rewards.

#227 Skarmory #226 Mantine
Skarmory
A Pokemon exclusive to Fire Red, Skarmory's defenses are off the scale, and also brings not too shabby attack stats as well.

Skarmory's moveset is varied, focusing on physical attacks such as Air Cutter and Steel Wing, but can also learn Fly through the HM.

As a Flying/Steel Pokemon, Skarmory makes for a great physical wall, but do not expect it to be anywhere near as speedy as Aerodactyl or Dodrio.

Mantine
A Pokemon exclusive to Leaf Green, Mantine, has decent stats across the board, except for a large Spc. Def, and a great moveset.

Mantine's moves are very varied, including Wing Attack, Water Pulse and Bubblebeam. In addition, as a Flying/Water Pokemon, it can take full advantage of strong TM's and HM's such as Aerial Ace and Surf.

Mantine makes a decent Spc. Def. wall and fighter, but it is easily outclassed by other Water Pokemon, including the similarly typed Gyarados.

#201 Unown
Pokemon 201Unown.png
Unown, the Symbol Pokemon, is not known to evolve into any Pokemon, but in fact has 28 different shapes, one for each of the 26 letters in the alphabet, as well as the "?" and "!" symbols.

Unown has mediocre stats all across the board, and although it is part of the powerful Psychic type, there is no guarantee that it can exploit its type, as its one and only move is Hidden Power, a move whose type changes according to the Pokemon's EV values. It learns no other moves, by leveling or TM.

Essentially, while Unown is a strange Pokemon, it'll provide little use to any team. Catch one for your Pokedex and leave it in your PC.