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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.


  • 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.