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Six Island[edit]

Six Island Town.
Poke Mart
Ultra Ball Pokebuck.png1200
Revive Pokebuck.png1500
Max Potion Pokebuck.png2500
Full Restore Pokebuck.png3000
Full Heal Pokebuck.png500
Escape Rope Pokebuck.png550
Dream Mail Pokebuck.png50
Max Repel Pokebuck.png700

While the town itself is quite small, and offers little in the way of excitement, the entire zone is very large, and will take some time to explore. Your mission here is to find the second password for the Rocket Warehouse. There are five main sections in Six Island.

In the back of the Poke Center there is a path leading to a hidden Leppa Berry. As you enter the Poke Center, Blue will appear and inform you he's had enough of the Sevii Islands and is returning to Kanto. Don't worry, you'll meet him again...

Water Path[edit]

Water Path.

Heading East from the town will lead you to the Water Path. This zone connects the town to all the other zones of Six Island. Walking south will lead you to the Ruin Valley zone. Heading north by Surf will eventually lead you to the Green Path zone.

One of the houses in the north part of this zone holds a girl that will measure the horn of a caught Heracross. As a reward, the girl will award you a Nest Ball.

Pokémon found[edit]

FireRed Level Encounter Rate LeafGreen Level Encounter Rate
Pokemon 052Meowth.pngMeowth 41 10% Pokemon 052Meowth.pngMeowth 41 10%
Pokemon 053Persian.pngPersian 47-50 5% Pokemon 053Persian.pngPersian 47-50 5%
Pokemon 021Spearow.pngSpearow 44 20% Pokemon 021Spearow.pngSpearow 44 20%
Pokemon 022Fearow.pngFearow 48-50 15% Pokemon 022Fearow.pngFearow 48-50 15%
Pokemon 043Oddish.pngOddish 44 10% Pokemon 069Bellsprout.pngBellsprout 44 10%
Pokemon 044Gloom.pngGloom 48 5% Pokemon 070Weepinbell.pngWeepinbell 48 5%
Pokemon 161Sentret.pngSentret 10-15 30% Pokemon 161Sentret.pngSentret 10-15 30%
Pokemon 054Psyduck.pngPsyduck 41 5% Pokemon 079Slowpoke.pngSlowpoke 41 5%
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 25-35 1% Pokemon 079Slowpoke.pngSlowpoke 25-35 1%

Trainers[edit]

At beginning of Water Path
Name 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Money
Pokemon FRLG Juggler.png Edward Pokemon 100Voltorb.pngVoltorb 46 Pokemon 100Voltorb.pngVoltorb 46 Pokemon 101Electrode.pngElectrode 47 Pokemon 122Mr.Mime.pngMr. Mime 48 Pokebuck.png1920
At Sea
Name 1st 2nd Money
Pokemon FRLG SwimmerF.png Denise Pokemon 170Chinchou.pngChinchou 49 Pokemon 171Lanturn.pngLanturn 49 Pokebuck.png196
Pokemon FRLG Swimmer♂.png Samir Pokemon 130Gyarados.pngGyarados 50 Pokebuck.png200
By Ruin Valley Entrance
Name 1st 2nd Money
Pokemon FRLG Hiker.png Earl Pokemon 095Onix.pngOnix 49 Pokemon 067Machoke.pngMachoke 49 Pokebuck.png1764
By Green Path Entrance
Name 1st 2nd Money
Pokemon FRLG Twins.png Miu & Mia Pokemon 025Pikachu.pngPikachu 50 Pokemon 025Pikachu.pngPikachu 50 Pokebuck.png1200
Pokemon FRLG Aroma Lady.png Rose Pokemon 191Sunkern.pngSunkern 49 Pokemon 192Sunflora.pngSunflora 49 Pokebuck.png1372

New Pokemon[edit]

#161 Sentret
Pokemon 161Sentret.png
Sentret, is a Normal Pokemon well known to veterans of the Gold/Silver series, as it was probably the first Pokemon captured by them.

Its moveset is filled with Normal moves, and so it will benefit from the STAB advantage. Once it evolves into Furret, it acquires decent and balanced stats.

Despite this, Furret brings nothing too exciting to the table, and there are better Normal Pokemon to pick from such as Snorlax, that carry far better stats and moves.

#211 Qwilfish #223 Remoraid
Qwilfish
Qwilfish, exclusive to Fire Red, is a Water/Poison Pokemon with strong attack and speed stats.

Qwilfish's learnset is not very varied, but will eventually learn Take Down and Hydro Pump.

Qwilfish's stats are decent, but there are much better Water/Poison Pokemon out there, such as Tentacruel, so it may not be worth adding to a team.

Sneasel
Remoraid, exclusive to Leaf Green, is a Water Pokemon with a lot of potential.

Its learnset includes powerful moves such as Aurora Beam, and once it evolves into Octillery, it will also learn Octazooka, an exclusive move to it, and even Hyper Beam!!

Its stats are good all around, and enjoys especially high attack and Spc. Atk. stats. It can be a great addition to your team if you wish to change your current Water Pokemon.

Items[edit]

  • Pinap Berry (hidden): In the grassy area, southeast of the Six Island entrance
  • Aspear Berry (hidden): In the grassy area, east of the Ruin Valley entrance
  • Dragon Scale: From the grassy area, Surf south and reach a small sliver of land.
  • Elixir: North, past the houses
  • Oran Berry (hidden): East of the Green Path entrance.
  • Nest Ball: Present a Heracross to girl inside one of the houses.

Ruin Valley & Dotted Cave[edit]

Ruin Valley.

Ruin Valley is a zone filled with trainers that are attempting to reach the ruins in the center. To reach the ruins, travel in a spiral pattern until reaching the entrance. Don't forget to pick the items on the floor though!

Once you reach the cave, the Braile puzzle will hint at what you need: Cut! Bring a Pokemon that knows it and use it on the door to access the Dotted Cave!

Within Dotted Hole there are no battles, only a puzzle. To make it simple, head down the hole, then keep falling into holes in this pattern: Up, Left, Right, Down. After this, you'll arrive to a room with the Sapphire! Unfortunately, a stranger has followed you and steals your gem. At least he reveals the next password to you: "Yes, nah, Chansey".

You can now go to Five Island and confront Team Rocket, but you should nevertheless stick around Six Island for a while, as there are many more zones to explore!

Pokémon found[edit]

FireRed Level Encounter Rate LeafGreen Level Encounter Rate
Pokemon 052Meowth.pngMeowth 43 10% Pokemon 052Meowth.pngMeowth 43 10%
Pokemon 053Persian.pngPersian 49-52 5% Pokemon 053Persian.pngPersian 49-52 5%
Pokemon 021Spearow.pngSpearow 44 20% Pokemon 021Spearow.pngSpearow 44 20%
Pokemon 022Fearow.pngFearow 49 10% Pokemon 022Fearow.pngFearow 49 10%
Pokemon 177Natu.pngNatu 15-20 25% Pokemon 177Natu.pngNatu 15-20 25%
Pokemon 193Yanma.pngYanma 18 10% Pokemon 193Yanma.pngYanma 18 10%
Pokemon 202Wobbuffet.pngWobbuffet 25 5% Pokemon 202Wobbuffet.pngWobbuffet 25 5%
Pokemon 194Wooper.pngWooper 15 10% Pokemon 183Marill.pngMarill 15 10%
Pokemon 054Psyduck.pngPsyduck 41 5% Pokemon 079Slowpoke.pngSlowpoke 41 5%
Surfing
Pokemon 194Wooper.pngWooper 5-25 100% Pokemon 183Marill.pngMarill 5-25 100%
Old Rod
Pokemon 129Magikarp.pngMagikarp 5 100% Pokemon 129Magikarp.pngMagikarp 5 100%
Good Rod
Pokemon 060Poliwag.pngPoliwag 5-15 60% Pokemon 060Poliwag.pngPoliwag 5-15 60%
Pokemon 118Goldeen.pngGoldeen 5-15 20% Pokemon 118Goldeen.pngGoldeen 5-15 20%
Pokemon 129Magikarp.pngMagikarp 5-15 20% Pokemon 129Magikarp.pngMagikarp 5-15 20%
Super Rod
Pokemon 060Poliwag.pngPoliwag 15-25 40% Pokemon 060Poliwag.pngPoliwag 15-25 40%
Pokemon 061Poliwhirl.pngPoliwhirl 20-30 40% Pokemon 061Poliwhirl.pngPoliwhirl 20-30 40%
Pokemon 130Gyarados.pngGyarados 15-25 15% Pokemon 130Gyarados.pngGyarados 15-25 15%
Pokemon 054Psyduck.pngPsyduck 15-35 5% Pokemon 079Slowpoke.pngSlowpoke 15-35 5%

Trainers[edit]

Name 1st 2nd 3rd Money
Pokemon FRLG Hiker.png
Daryl
Pokemon 185Sudowoodo.pngSudowoodo 50 Pokebuck.png1800
Pokemon FRLG Pokemaniac.png
Hector
Pokemon 111Rhyhorn.pngRhyhorn 49 Pokemon 115Kangaskhan.pngKangaskhan 49 Pokebuck.png2352
Pokemon FRLG Ruin Maniac.png
Stanly
Pokemon 075Graveler.pngGraveler 48 Pokemon 075Graveler.pngGraveler 48 Pokemon 095Onix.pngOnix 48 Pokebuck.png2304
Pokemon FRLG Ruin Maniac.png
Foster
Pokemon 076Golem.pngGolem 50 Pokebuck.png2400
Pokemon FRLG Ruin Maniac.png
Larry
Pokemon 067Machoke.pngMachoke 49 Pokemon 067Machoke.pngMachoke 49 Pokebuck.png2352

New Pokemon[edit]

#177 Natu
Pokemon 177Natu.png
The tiny bird Natu, brings yet another strange combination of types to the table. As a Psychic/Flying Pokemon, it can fill a number of places in your team.

Its stats, once it evolves into Xatu at level 25, are well balanced and sporting strong Spc. Atk. and Speed stats. Xatu's weakness, though, is its learnset. Xatu's moves are quite limited and unreliable. Xatu will only learn the powerful Psychic at the very high level of 65.

Xatu is a good choice to place into your team given its stats, but to be effective you'll have to spend some TM's on it.

#193 Yanma #202 Wobbuffet
Yanma
Yanma is a Flying/Bug Pokemon that looks quite impressive. Unfortunately, looks are all it has going for it.

Yanma carries low stats all around, coupled with a learn set that is lacking in offensive moves, its strongest being Wing Attack at level 39. Yanma cannot even learn Fly.

Yanma is unable to evolve in this Generation, and so its situation will not change in this game. Leave Yanma in your PC.

Wobbuffet
If there is a Pokemon that defines stalling, it's Wobbuffet.

Wobbuffet's moveset is limited to four moves: Counter, Mirror Coat, Safeguard and Destiny Bond. It learns no more moves, either by leveling or by TM.

Its moves make Wobbuffet a nightmare to fight in competitive battling. Coupled with is immense HP, it can bounce back the opponent's moves, be immune to status afflictions, and offer a certain KO.

If you are looking for a wall, look no further than Wobbuffet.

Items[edit]

  • Sun Stone: In the southeastern corner of the valley, requires Strength
  • HP Up: In the southwestern corner of the valley, requires Strength
  • Full Restore: At the northern part of the plateau

Green Path[edit]

Green Path.

If you travel west from the Water Path, you will arrive to the Green Path, a small area containing the Pattern Bush sub-area. The small island hides an Ultra Ball. If you surfing north from this area, you will encounter Outcast Island.

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%

Trainers[edit]

Name 1st 2nd 3rd Money
Pokemon FRLG PsychicF.png
Jaclyn
Pokemon 177Natu.pngNatu 48 Pokemon 080Slowbro.pngSlowbro 48 Pokemon 064Kadabra.pngKadabra 49 Pokebuck.png980

Pattern Bush[edit]

Pattern Bush.

The Pattern Bush is a forested area, consisting of a patterned area of grass, a lot of Bug Pokémon, and some trainers. You will need to go to the southwest corner of the place to get out. Expect to find some new Pokemon here!

Pokemon Found[edit]

FireRed Level Encounter Rate LeafGreen Level Encounter Rate
Pokemon 167Spinarak.pngSpinarak 9-14 30% Pokemon 167Spinarak.pngSpinarak 9-14 5%
Pokemon 010Caterpie.pngCaterpie 6 10% Pokemon 010Caterpie.pngCaterpie 6 10%
Pokemon 011Metapod.pngMetapod 9 5% Pokemon 011Metapod.pngMetapod 9 20%
Pokemon 013Weedle.pngWeedle 6 10% Pokemon 013Weedle.pngWeedle 6 10%
Pokemon 014Kakuna.pngKakuna 9 20% Pokemon 014Kakuna.pngKakuna 9 5%
Pokemon 165Ledyba.pngLedyba 9-14 5% Pokemon 165Ledyba.pngLedyba 9-14 30%
Pokemon 214Heracross.pngHeracross 15-30 20% Pokemon 214Heracross.pngHeracross 15-30 20%

Trainers[edit]

Name 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Money
Pokemon FRLG Youngster.png
Cordell
Pokemon 083Farfetch'd.pngFarfetch'd 48 Pokemon 083Farfetch'd.pngFarfetch'd 48 Pokebuck.png768
Pokemon FRLG Pokémon Breeder.png
Bethany
Pokemon 113Chansey.pngChansey 50 Pokebuck.png1400
Pokemon FRLG BugCatcher.png
Garret
Pokemon 214Heracross.pngHeracross 49 Pokebuck.png588
Pokemon FRLG Lass.png
Joana
Pokemon 209Snubbull.pngSnubbull 49 Pokebuck.png784
Pokemon FRLG Youngster.png
Nash
Pokemon 070Weepinbell.pngWeepinbell 47 Pokemon 070Weepinbell.pngWeepinbell 47 Pokemon 071Victreebel.pngVictreebel 49 Pokebuck.png784
Pokemon FRLG BugCatcher.png
Vance
Pokemon 048Venonat.pngVenonat 48 Pokemon 049Venomoth.pngVenomoth 48 Pokebuck.png576
Pokemon FRLG Ruin Maniac.png
Layton
Pokemon 028Sandslash.pngSandslash 48 Pokemon 095Onix.pngOnix 48 Pokemon 028Sandslash.pngSandslash 48 Pokebuck.png2304
Pokemon FRLG Picnicker.png
Marcy
Pokemon 046Paras.pngParas 48 Pokemon 046Paras.pngParas 48 Pokemon 047Parasect.pngParasect 48 Pokebuck.png980
Pokemon FRLG BugCatcher.png
Jonah
Pokemon 193Yanma.pngYanma 45 Pokemon 015Beedrill.pngBeedrill 45 Pokemon 193Yanma.pngYanma 46 Pokemon 015Beedrill.pngBeedrill 47 Pokebuck.png564
Pokemon FRLG Lass.png
Dalia
Pokemon 187Hoppip.pngHoppip 46 Pokemon 187Hoppip.pngHoppip 47 Pokemon 188Skiploom.pngSkiploom 47 Pokemon 188Skiploom.pngSkiploom 48 Pokebuck.png768
Pokemon FRLG Pokémon Breeder.png
Allison
Pokemon 035Clefairy.pngClefairy 48 Pokemon 035Clefairy.pngClefairy 48 Pokemon 036Clefable.pngClefable 48 Pokebuck.png1344
Pokemon FRLG Camper.png
Riley
Pokemon 127Pinsir.pngPinsir 50 Pokemon 214Heracross.pngHeracross 49 Pokebuck.png1000

New Pokemon[edit]

#167 Spinarak #165 Ledyba
Spinarak
Spinarak is the first of the new Bug Pokemon available here at Pattern Bush.

Yet another Bug/Poison type, Spinarak, when evolved into Ariados, acquires decent stats all around. Unfortunately, its learnset leaves much to be desired about.

None of its moves are capable of inflicting heavy damage, until it learns Psychic at a disastrous Level 63. Catch this Pokemon to fill your Pokedex, but leave it out of your team.

Ledyba
Ledyba, is yet another Bug/Flying Pokemon encountered solely at the Sevii Islands.

Sporting surprisingly good Spc. Def. and speed stats, once evolved into Ledian, this Pokemon nevertheless lacks a good learnset, with no moves enjoying the STAB advantage.

Its strongest move, Double Edge will only be learned at level 60, and with such a bad attack stat, it's not worth it anyway.

Ledian can perhaps serve as a decent wall, but there are other Pokemon out there that can serve that purpose much more efficiently. Leave this Pokemon in your PC.

#214 Heracross
Pokemon 214Heracross.png
Heracross, the last of the three new Bug Pokemon available at Pattern Bush, it is the best of them by a long shot.

Its types are Bug/Fighting, an unusual combination that works quite well. Bug Pokemon are not widely used due to usually being cursed with pitiful stats. This is not the case for Heracross.

It is blessed with great stats all around, and its attack stats are especially high. Its moveset is somewhat lacking, but it will eventually learn the awesome Megahorn at Level 53.

Heracross is easily the strongest Bug Pokemon in the game, and one of the best Fighting as well. If you are looking for a heavy hitter, look no further than Heracross.

Outcast Island & Altering Cave[edit]

Outcast Island

By surfing north from Green Path, you'll arrive to this zone. You will encounter some trainers, and at the end, you'll reach a cave with a Rocket Grunt standing outside.

If you enter, you will find yourself at the Altering Cave. You will find no trainers or items inside, and the only Pokémon to be found within are Zubat. Technically, the wild Pokémon to be caught were supposed to change if Mystery Gift were used at a Nintendo Event, but this never took place within the US.

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 5% Pokemon 079Slowpoke.pngSlowpoke 15-35 5%
Altering Cave
Pokemon 041Zubat.pngZubat 6-16 100% Pokemon 041Zubat.pngZubat 6-16 100%

Trainers[edit]

Name 1st 2nd 3rd Money
Pokemon FRLG SwimmerF.png
Nicole
Pokemon 183Marill.pngMarill 50 Pokebuck.png200
Pokemon FRLG SisandBro.png
Ava & Geb
Pokemon 121Starmie.pngStarmie 50 Pokemon 061Poliwhirl.pngPoliwhirl 50 Pokebuck.png400
Pokemon FRLG Swimmer♂.png
Mymo
Pokemon 099Kingler.pngKingler 49 Pokemon 008Wartortle.pngWartortle 49 Pokebuck.png196
Pokemon FRLG Fisherman.png
Tylor
Pokemon 211Qwilfish.pngQwilfish 49 Pokemon 211Qwilfish.pngQwilfish 49 Pokebuck.png1764
Pokemon FRLG Team Rocket Grunt M.png
Grunt
Pokemon 042Golbat.pngGolbat 48 Pokemon 089Muk.pngMuk 48 Pokemon 020Raticate.pngRaticate 48 Pokebuck.png1536

Items[edit]

  • PP Up: At the northern part of the island
  • Net Ball (hidden): South to the entrance to the cave
  • Star Piece (hidden): On small patch of sand at the east of the cave