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Boon Island
"Wild Missingno. appeared!"
BoonIsland

Interior of Boon Island.
Map description
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Boon Island Gym - Sevii Islands Gym #4
Chuck
Chuck
Fighting-type
specialist Gym
Storm Badge
Storm Badge
Boon Island Gym - Sevii Islands Gym #4
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Fighting-type
specialist Gym
Storm Badge
Storm Badge
Boon Island Gym - Sevii Islands Gym #4
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Fighting-type
specialist Gym
Storm Badge
Storm Badge
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Elite Four
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Elite Four
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Elite Four
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Connecting locations
Boon Island
 
Brine Road (West of the Old Shipwreck)
 
Location
Boon Island Map
Location of Boon Island in Sevii Islands.

Boon Island, also known as Two Island, is a town that can be accessed from the South by Brine Road (West of the Old Shipwreck). Players with the Navel Ticket can ask the sailor to travel to the Navel Rock.

This city contains no gym, but Chuck from Cianwood City is on vacation, and can be challenged.

Items[]

Item Location
ItemIcon HEARTSCALE Heart Scale
On the ground near the dock.
HeartScale1 BoonIsland
ItemIcon REVIVE Revive
Behind a cuttable tree.
Revive BoonIsland
ItemIcon HEARTSCALE Heart Scale
On the higher ground behind the shop.
HeartScale2 BoonIsland
ItemIcon HEARTSCALE Heart Scale
Hidden by a rock near the Elderly Lady's cabin.
HeartScale3 BoonIsland
ItemIcon DREAMMIRROR Dream Mirror
Given by the elderly lady for 10 Heart Scales.
DreamMirror BoonIsland
ItemIcon SSTICKET Ticket
Given by Chuck after obtaining the Storm Badge.
NavelTicket BoonIsland
PinkItemBall Magenta item balls respawn at midnight. See Time.
RedItemBallYellowItemBallGreenItemBallBlueItemBall For other item ball colors, see Item Balls.

Pokémon[]

Pokémon Type Level Catch Rate Encounter Rate
Grass
PokeIcon022 Fearow Normal Flying 36 90 10%
PokeIcon044 Gloom Grass Poison 36-48 120 15%
PokeIcon053 Persian Normal 47-50 90 5%
PokeIcon054 Psyduck Water 41 190 7%
PokeIcon070 Weepinbell Grass Poison 36-48 120 15%
PokeIcon079 Slowpoke Water Psychic 41 190 8%
PokeIcon232 Donphan Ground 45 60 5%
PokeIcon430 Oricorio Fire Flying 41 45 15%
PokeIcon451 Stufful Normal Fighting 41 140 20%
Surf
PokeIcon072 Tentacool Water Poison 5-40 190 75%
PokeIcon073 Tentacruel Water Poison 35-40 60 5%
PokeIcon222 Corsola Water Rock 5-40 60 20%
Old Rod
PokeIcon116 Horsea Water 10 225 15%
PokeIcon129 Magikarp Water 10 255 85%
Good Rod
PokeIcon072 Tentacool Water Poison 20 190 30%
PokeIcon090 Shellder Water 20 190 3%
PokeIcon129 Magikarp Water 20 255 60%
PokeIcon170 Chinchou Water Electric 20 190 7%
Super Rod
PokeIcon073 Tentacruel Water Poison 40 60 7%
PokeIcon090 Shellder Water 40 190 30%
PokeIcon170 Chinchou Water Electric 40 190 60%
PokeIcon171 Lanturn Water Electric 40 75 3%
Poké Radar
PokeIcon356 Ninjask Bug Flying 45-50 120 50%
* Catch Rate influences how difficult a Pokémon is to catch. Higher numbers are easier.

Trainers[]

Chuck
Gym Leader
Chuck
Ecruteak City
Infinite Fusion
Reward:
(?)
BallfullBallfullBallfullBallfullBallfullBallempty
141.68
Types:
Rock Fighting
Ability:
?
Held item:
Muscle Band
Kabuchamp Lv.62
281.321
Types:
Fire Fighting
Ability:
?
Held item:
Expert Belt
Blaznape Lv.62
62.57
Types:
Water Fighting
Ability:
?
Held item:
Expert Belt
Poliape Lv.64
296.334
Types:
Fighting Dragon
Ability:
?
Held item:
Wise Glasses
Lucagon Lv.63
107.143
Types:
Fighting Normal
Ability:
?
Held item:
Leftovers
Hitmonlax Lv.64



Trivia[]

After watching the TV Report about a Red Pokémon and a Blue Pokémon roaming, or interacting with any of the three young trainers, the player can start using the Tracker for both Latias and Latios.

Modern Mode[]

Pokémon[]

Pokémon Type Level Catch Rate Encounter Rate
Grass
PokeIcon084 Doduo Normal Flying 36 190 10%
PokeIcon210 Granbull Fairy 47-50 75 5%
PokeIcon232 Donphan Ground 45 60 5%
PokeIcon370 Pyukumuku Water 41 60 7%
PokeIcon418 Fletchinder Fire Flying 41 120 8%
PokeIcon457 Cacnea Grass 41 190 15%
PokeIcon458 Cacturne Grass Dark 41-48 60 30%
PokeIcon459 Sandygast Ground Ghost 41 140 20%
Surf
PokeIcon072 Tentacool Water Poison 20-40 190 15%
PokeIcon116 Horsea Water 25-30 225 30%
PokeIcon211 Qwilfish Water Poison 35-45 45 10%
PokeIcon222 Corsola Water Rock 40-45 60 40%
PokeIcon226 Mantine Water Flying 50 25 5%
Old Rod
PokeIcon116 Horsea Water 10 225 15%
PokeIcon394 Feebas Water 10 255 85%
Good Rod
PokeIcon072 Tentacool Water Poison 20 190 30%
PokeIcon090 Shellder Water 20 190 3%
PokeIcon170 Chinchou Water Electric 20 190 7%
PokeIcon453 Dhelmise Ghost Grass 20 25 60%
Super Rod
PokeIcon090 Shellder Water 40 190 30%
PokeIcon170 Chinchou Water Electric 40 190 60%
PokeIcon171 Lanturn Water Electric 40 75 3%
PokeIcon453 Dhelmise Ghost Grass 40 25 7%
Poké Radar
PokeIcon356 Ninjask Bug Flying 45-50 120 50%
* Catch Rate influences how difficult a Pokémon is to catch. Higher numbers are easier.

Trainers[]

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