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Johto -Mt. Silver

Mt. Silver

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Location
Mt. Silver location
Mt. Silver is located here in the Johto region.
East Exit: Route 28


Mt. Silver can be accessed west of Route 28, in the entrance contained on Silver Town. This location is renowned as the most potent training area, containing the highest level wild Pokémon in the interior of its caves. It also features a Pokémon Center, and healing NPCs therein the cave interiors. There is a Mt. Silver Mini Quest available too, within the caves.

Accessibility

The base area of Mt. Silver, Silver Town, may be entered through a western exit in the northern hall in the reception building that is stationed on Route 22. All 16 badges will be required to reach Mt. Silver through this passage.

Alternatively, the Train System may be used to travel to Silver Town. Once 16 badges have been obtained, any transportation point, including Silver Town, is reachable - assuming the player also has a transportation ticket or a train pass, to have access to the services.

Points of Interest

Aerial Tramway

Main Article: Aerial Tramway

Once you have obtained the required badges, the Aerial Tramway may be used to transport you to any tramway stop. The other four tramway stops are stationed in: Pewter City, Cerulean City, Ecruteak City, and Blackthorn City.

Silver Town

Silver Town is the base area of Mt. Silver that fields a Pokémon Center, a Pokémart, a research lab, and a train station. The research lab contains a shortcut NPC (not functional for everyone), allowing one to be warped to the 5th floor of Mt. Silver, provided that they completed its compulsory mini-quest.

Despite being slightly impotent in comparison to the interior of the cave and upper/lower mountainsides, it is a popular training area in its own right as well, due to the Pokémon Center being the most readily accessible from the area.

The train system is considerably the fastest, most luxurious form of reaching Silver Town.

Healing NPCs

Standalone healing NPCs, which exist independent from Pokémon Centers, offer paid-for healing services within the caves; this saves players an amount of on-foot travel between the Pokémon Center and their training spots.

Dr. John, on the 3rd floor, will offer to heal your on-hand Pokémon for PokémonDollar.png8,000; Professor Adena, on the 5th floor in front of the Summit's entrance, will offer on-entry healing services, to those who choose to enter the Summit to challenge Moltres. Since Adena only offers to heal Pokémon for those who have completed the quest partway, and because it's a one-time service from Adena due to having a one-off entry to the Summit, John is considered more resourceful as he is available, and reproducible, to those who have already entered the Summit.

Catchable Pokémon

Silver Town

Land







EkansPoliwag
Art by Ken Sugimori #1Art by Ken Sugimori #1
DoduoDodrio
Art by Ken Sugimori #1Art by Ken Sugimori #1
TangelaArbok
Art by Ken Sugimori #1Art by Ken Sugimori #1
PonytaUrsaring
Art by Ken Sugimori #2Art by Ken Sugimori #3
DonphanSneasel
Art by Ken Sugimori #3Art by Ken Sugimori #5

Water




PoliwagMagikarp
Art by Ken Sugimori #1Art by Ken Sugimori #1
Poliwhirl
Art by Ken Sugimori #4

1F







ZubatParasect
Art by Ken Sugimori #1Art by Ken Sugimori #1
GravelerQuagsire
Art by Ken Sugimori #1Art by Ken Sugimori #1
GolbatOnix
Art by Ken Sugimori #1Art by Ken Sugimori #1
MisdreavusMachoke
Art by Ken Sugimori #2Art by Ken Sugimori #3
UrsaringSteelix
Art by Ken Sugimori #3Art by Ken Sugimori #5

Moltres Cave







ZubatParasect
Art by Ken Sugimori #1Art by Ken Sugimori #1
GravelerQuagsire
Art by Ken Sugimori #1Art by Ken Sugimori #1
GolbatOnix
Art by Ken Sugimori #1Art by Ken Sugimori #1
MisdreavusMachoke
Art by Ken Sugimori #2Art by Ken Sugimori #3
UrsaringSteelix
Art by Ken Sugimori #3Art by Ken Sugimori #5

Lower Mountainside

Land







ArbokDoduo
Art by Ken Sugimori #1Art by Ken Sugimori #1
TangelaNatu
Art by Ken Sugimori #1Art by Ken Sugimori #1
PonytaDodrio
Art by Ken Sugimori #2Art by Ken Sugimori #1
PhanpyRapidash
Art by Ken Sugimori #2Art by Ken Sugimori #3
AipomHeracross
Art by Ken Sugimori #3Art by Ken Sugimori #5

Fishing




GoldeenMagikarp
Art by Ken Sugimori #1Art by Ken Sugimori #1
Seaking
Art by Ken Sugimori #2

Surfing





PoliwagGoldeen
Art by Ken Sugimori #1Art by Ken Sugimori #1
MagikarpPoliwhirl
Art by Ken Sugimori #1Art by Ken Sugimori #1
Seaking
Art by Ken Sugimori #1

2F







ZubatParasect
Art by Ken Sugimori #1Art by Ken Sugimori #1
GravelerQuagsire
Art by Ken Sugimori #1Art by Ken Sugimori #1
GolbatOnix
Art by Ken Sugimori #1Art by Ken Sugimori #1
MisdreavusMachoke
Art by Ken Sugimori #2Art by Ken Sugimori #3
UrsaringSteelix
Art by Ken Sugimori #3Art by Ken Sugimori #5

Upper Mountainside







ArbokDoduo
Art by Ken Sugimori #1Art by Ken Sugimori #1
TangelaNatu
Art by Ken Sugimori #1Art by Ken Sugimori #1
PonytaDodrio
Art by Ken Sugimori #2Art by Ken Sugimori #1
PhanpyRapidash
Art by Ken Sugimori #2Art by Ken Sugimori #3
DonphanSneasel
Art by Ken Sugimori #3Art by Ken Sugimori #5

3F







GolbatParasect
Art by Ken Sugimori #1Art by Ken Sugimori #1
GravelerQuagsire
Art by Ken Sugimori #1Art by Ken Sugimori #1
OnixMisdreavus
Art by Ken Sugimori #1Art by Ken Sugimori #2
TeddiursaMachoke
Art by Ken Sugimori #1Art by Ken Sugimori #3
UrsaringLarvitar
Art by Ken Sugimori #3Art by Ken Sugimori #5

4F







GolbatParasect
Art by Ken Sugimori #1Art by Ken Sugimori #1
GravelerQuagsire
Art by Ken Sugimori #1Art by Ken Sugimori #1
OnixMisdreavus
Art by Ken Sugimori #1Art by Ken Sugimori #2
TeddiursaMachoke
Art by Ken Sugimori #1Art by Ken Sugimori #3
UrsaringLarvitar
Art by Ken Sugimori #3Art by Ken Sugimori #5

5F







GolbatParasect
Art by Ken Sugimori #1Art by Ken Sugimori #1
GravelerQuagsire
Art by Ken Sugimori #1Art by Ken Sugimori #1
OnixMisdreavus
Art by Ken Sugimori #1Art by Ken Sugimori #2
TeddiursaMachoke
Art by Ken Sugimori #1Art by Ken Sugimori #3
UrsaringLarvitar
Art by Ken Sugimori #3Art by Ken Sugimori #5

NPC Info

Pokémon Trainer Pokémon
Trainer Fey

REP Gain: ?
Link=SudowoodoSudowoodo                              Level. 56119small.pngSeaking                              Level. 56
Link=Slowking Slowking                              Level. 56Ball2.png
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Youngster.png
Youngster Rebecca

REP Gain: ?
Link=MachopMachop                              Level. 56067small.pngMachoke                              Level. 56
Link=Graveler Graveler                              Level. 56Link=Golem Golem                              Level. 56
Link=Steelix Steelix                              Level. 56Ball2.png
Captain Shepard

REP Gain: ?
Link=PolitoedPolitoed                              Level. 56Ball2.png
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Elder Rachel

REP Gain: ?
Link=MagmarMagmar                              Level. 56217small.pngUrsaring                              Level. 56
Ball2.png Ball2.png
Ball2.png Ball2.png
Trainer Jim

REP Gain: ?
Link=SlugmaSlugma                              Level. 56240small.pngMagby                              Level. 56
Link=Quilava Quilava                              Level. 56Link=Magmar Magmar                              Level. 56
Ball2.png Ball2.png
Youngster.png
Youngster Ryan

REP Gain: ?
Link=DiglettDiglett                              Level. 56050small.pngDiglett                              Level. 56
Link=Dugtrio Dugtrio                              Level. 56Link=Dugtrio Dugtrio                              Level. 56
Ball2.png Ball2.png
Lass.png
Lass Clarice

REP Gain: ?
Link=ParasectParasect                              Level. 56195small.pngQuagsire                              Level. 56
Link=Parasect Parasect                              Level. 56Link=Golduck Golduck                              Level. 56
Link=Quagsire Quagsire                              Level. 56Ball2.png
Lass.png
Lass Mary

REP Gain: ?
Link=SudowoodoSudowoodo                              Level. 56192small.pngSunflora                              Level. 56
Ball2.png Ball2.png
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Notes:
*Once Battled again, NPC's Pokémon grow stronger up to 3-4 times.