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Western Cave[edit]

After recruiting Ho-Oh, you'll gain access to Western Cave, home to some of the toughest Pokémon in the game. This includes Mewtwo whose found at the end of this lengthy dungeon.

Surf is needed to enter the dungeon(must be either known by a Pokémon or in the toolbox).

The Dungeon[edit]

As a 99 floor dungeon, you'll need to come prepared. Bring plenty of food items(Huge Apples are preferable) as well as Max Elixirs. Oran Berries might not be a bad choice due to how powerful the Pokémon on later floors are.

Items[edit]

  • Reviver seed
  • Beauty scarf (key needed on the 59th floor)
  • Keys
  • Poke 10-500
  • Calcium
  • Zinc
  • Iron
  • Protein

Enemies[edit]

The Pokémon here are extremely powerful, but as usual, it's the Pokémon on later floors that you want to watch out for. The Tyranitar that appear on floors 50-60 have Sand Stream so they'll whip up a constant sandstorm.

Name Type Level EXP Levels seen Recruit Rate
Miltank
Normal
Normal
30 413 10, 20, 30, 40, 50-53, 60-98 8.7%
Murkrow
Dark
Dark
Flying
Flying
29 76/152 1-2 7.2%
Butterfree
Bug
Bug
Flying
Flying
35 1-3 N/A
Beedrill
Bug
Bug
Poison
Poison
35 1-3 N/A
Venonat
Bug
Bug
Poison
Poison
34 1-3 11.4%
Snubbull
Normal
Normal
25 35/70 1-3 8.1%
Ekans
Poison
Poison
33 105/210 3-5 12.4%
Meowth
Normal
Normal
29 190 3-6 12%
Smeargle
Normal
Normal
25 85 4-6 6.8%
Bellossom
Grass
Grass
25 51 4-7
Venomoth
Bug
Bug
Poison
Poison
24 99/198 6-10
Exploud
Normal
Normal
25 302 6-12
Primeape
Fighting
Fighting
31 180 8-13
Igglybuff
Normal
Normal
35 10-13 11.3%
Tauros
Normal
Normal
34 10-16 7.9%
Shiftry
Grass
Grass
Dark
Dark
35 836 12-20 -30%
Kangaskhan
Normal
Normal
36 13-19 7.6%
Espeon
Psychic
Psychic
28 14-18 N/A
Arbok
Poison
Poison
35 14-19 N/A
Dodrio
Normal
Normal
Flying
Flying
35 15-19 N/A
Ivysaur
Grass
Grass
Poison
Poison
30 156 19-27 -19%
Umbreon
Dark
Dark
30 314 20-26 N/A
Bayleef
Grass
Grass
30 20-27 -19%
Pinsir
Bug
Bug
29 152 21-28 8.3%
Aggron
Steel
Steel
Rock
Rock
34 708 21-30 N/A
Persian
Normal
Normal
28 258 28-36 N/A
Swalot
Poison
Poison
34 387 30-39 N/A
Hariyama
Fighting
Fighting
35 682 31-38 N/A
Lickitung
Normal
Normal
36 427 37-44 8.6%
Grovyle
Grass
Grass
20 182 38-49 -19%
Blaziken
Fire
Fire
Fighting
Fighting
30 608 38-49 N/A
Skarmory
Steel
Steel
Flying
Flying
55 540/1120 40-49 6.8%
Absol
Dark
Dark
45 540/1080 40-49 6.8%
Feraligatr
Water
Water
32 738 49-58 -33.9%
Venusaur
Grass
Grass
Poison
Poison
50 1062 50-59 N/A
Alakazam
Psychic
Psychic
50 1327 50-59 N/A
Tyranitar
Rock
Rock
Dark
Dark
50 1209 50-60 N/A
Arcanine
Fire
Fire
45 324 60-69 N/A
Typhlosion
Fire
Fire
35 792 62-68 N/A
Sceptile
Grass
Grass
26 546 69-78 N/A
Ninetales
Fire
Fire
50 336 70-79 N/A
Swampert
Water
Water
Ground
Ground
37 79-88 -33.9%
Machamp
Fighting
Fighting
45 80-88 N/A
Meganium
Grass
Grass
25 480 80-88 N/A
Steelix
Steel
Steel
Ground
Ground
38 87-91 N/A
Charizard
Fire
Fire
Flying
Flying
40 980 89-98 N/A
Blastoise
Water
Water
38 1175 89-98 -33.9%
Mewtwo
Psychic
Psychic
40 99 1st time N/A. 2nd time 99.9%

Boss Battle: Mewtwo[edit]

Moves
Confusion
Psychic
Psychic
Barrier
Psychic
Psychic
Mist
Ice
Ice
Swift
Normal
Normal

Mewtwo waits for you on the 99th floor and while powerful, isn't going to pose the biggest threat to your team, doubly so if you have a Dark type since it negates Confusion. Ghost and Bug types are also strong against him. Sableye, wimp that it is, isn't too bad of a choice being "immune"(read: takes minimal damage from) to both of Mewtwo's only offensive moves.