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Cerulean City
"Wild Missingno. appeared!"
CeruleanCity

Interior of Cerulean City.
Map description
This area is not described by a map.
Cerulean City Gym - Kanto Gym #2
Misty
Misty
Water-type
specialist Gym
Cascade Badge
Cascade Badge
Cerulean City Gym - Kanto Gym #2
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[[{{{leader2}}}|{{{leader2}}}]]
Water-type
specialist Gym
Cascade Badge
Cascade Badge
Cerulean City Gym - Kanto Gym #2
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[[{{{leader3}}}|{{{leader3}}}]]
Water-type
specialist Gym
Cascade Badge
Cascade Badge
[[| League]]
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Elite Four
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Elite Four
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Elite Four
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Elite Four
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[[File:{{{championsprite}}}|{{{champion}}}|link={{{champion}}}]]
Champion [[{{{champion}}}|{{{champion}}}]]
[[| League]]
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Elite Four
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Elite Four
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Elite Four
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Elite Four
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Champion [[{{{champion2}}}|{{{champion2}}}]]
Connecting locations
 
Route 24
 
Route 4
Cerulean City
Route 9
 
Route 5
 
Location
Cerulean City Map
Location of Cerulean City in Kanto.

Cerulean City has four entries: Route 4 from the West, Route 24 from the North, Route 9 from the East, and Route 5 to the South.

This city contains Cerulean City's Gym, with Misty as its leader.

The path south will be blocked by a police officer until the player claims the Cascade Badge.

Items[]

Item Location
Shop
ItemIcon WATERGEM Water Gem From secondary Pokemart Cashier
ItemIcon NETBALL Net Ball From secondary Pokemart Cashier
ItemIcon PRETTYWING Pretty Wing From secondary Pokemart Cashier
Found/Given
ItemIcon machine FIRE TM11 Sunny Day
(Day only)Given by an elderly woman by the bench next to the PokéCenter.
TM11 CeruleanCity
ItemIcon FRESHWATER Fresh Water
Given by the man inside the gym.
FreshWater CeruleanCity
ItemIcon WHITEFLUTE White Flute
Given by the traveler in the South East, after defeating Misty.
WhiteFlute CeruleanCity
ItemIcon WATERSTONE Water Stone
Behind Small Trees in the South East.
WaterStone CeruleanCity
ItemIcon machine FLYING TM40 Aerial Ace
Given by the cyclist after beating them in a race.
TM40 CeruleanCity
ItemIcon SPLASHPLATE Splash Plate
Next to the northwest house, after catching Arceus.
SplashPlate CeruleanCity
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
Surf
PokeIcon072 Tentacool Water Poison 5-40 190 60%
PokeIcon073 Tentacruel Water Poison 35-40 60 5%
PokeIcon118 Goldeen Water 5-35 225 30%
PokeIcon119 Seaking Water 35-40 60 5%
Old Rod
PokeIcon060 Poliwag Water 5 255 20%
PokeIcon129 Magikarp Water 5 255 80%
Good Rod
PokeIcon098 Krabby Water 5-15 225 40%
PokeIcon116 Horsea Water 5-15 225 40%
PokeIcon129 Magikarp Water 5-15 255 20%
Super Rod
PokeIcon054 Psyduck Water 25-35 190 2%
PokeIcon079 Slowpoke Water Psychic 25-35 190 2%
PokeIcon098 Krabby Water 15-35 225 40%
PokeIcon116 Horsea Water 15-35 225 40%
PokeIcon130 Gyarados Water Flying 15-25 45 16%
* Catch Rate influences how difficult a Pokémon is to catch. Higher numbers are easier.

Trainers[]

Cerulean Gym[]

Trainer Pokémon
Male Swimmer Luis
Male Swimmer Luis
Reward: Pokémon_Dollar256
Shellby Shellby Lv.16
No item
Eksea Eksea Lv.16
No item
Picnicker Diana
Picnicker Diana
Reward: Pokémon_Dollar304
Starlett Starlett Lv.19
No item


Spr FRLG Misty
Gym Leader
Misty
Cerulean City
Infinite Fusion
Reward:
(?)
BallfullBallfullBallemptyBallemptyBallemptyBallempty
39.118
Types:
Normal Water
Ability:
Cute Charm
Held item:
Mystic Water
Jigglydeen Lv.19
43.120
Types:
Grass Water
Ability:
Natural Cure
Held item:
Mystic Water
Oddyu Lv.22



Rival[]

BulbasaurIf the player chose Bulbasaur:

Rival Blue
Rival
Blue
Cerulean City
Reward:
Pokémon_Dollar80
BallfullBallfullBallfullBallfullBallemptyBallempty
Nidotto
Types:
Poison Flying
Ability:
? or ?
Held item:
None
Nidotto Lv.18
Peck
Flying Physical
  --  
   
Double Kick
Fighting Physical
  --  
   
Poison Sting
Poison Physical
  --  
   
Focus Energy
Normal Status
  --  
   
Mantatta
Types:
Fighting Normal
Ability:
? or ?
Held item:
None
Mantatta Lv.16
Pursuit
Dark Physical
  --  
   
Double Kick
Fighting Physical
  --  
   
Poison Sting
Poison Physical
  --  
   
Focus Energy
Normal Status
  --  
   
Abra
Type:
Psychic '
Ability:
? or ?
Held item:
None
Abra Lv.15
Teleport
Psychic Status
  --  
   
Curse
Unknown Status
  --  
   
Curse
Unknown Status
  --  
   
Curse
Unknown Status
  --  
   
Squirtmeleon
Types:
Water Fire
Ability:
Blaze or Torrent
Held item:
None
Squirtmeleon Lv.19
Bubble
Water Special
  --  
   
Bite
Dark Physical
  --  
   
Fire Fang
Fire Physical
  --  
   
Tail Whip
Normal Status
  --  
   



CharmanderIf the player chose Charmander:

Rival Blue
Rival
Blue
Pallet Town
Reward:
Pokémon_Dollar80
BallfullBallfullBallfullBallfullBallemptyBallempty
Nidotto
Types:
Poison Flying
Ability:
? or ?
Held item:
None
Nidotto Lv.18
Peck
Flying Physical
  --  
   
Double Kick
Fighting Physical
  --  
   
Poison Sting
Poison Physical
  --  
   
Focus Energy
Normal Status
  --  
   
Mantatta
Types:
Fighting Normal
Ability:
? or ?
Held item:
None
Mantatta Lv.16
Pursuit
Dark Physical
  --  
   
Double Kick
Fighting Physical
  --  
   
Poison Sting
Poison Physical
  --  
   
Focus Energy
Normal Status
  --  
   
Abra
Type:
Psychic '
Ability:
? or ?
Held item:
None
Abra Lv.15
Teleport
Psychic Status
  --  
   
Curse
Unknown Status
  --  
   
Curse
Unknown Status
  --  
   
Curse
Unknown Status
  --  
   
Wartsaur
Types:
Grass Water
Ability:
Overgrow or Torrent
Held item:
None
Wartsaur Lv.19
Vine Whip
Grass Physical
  --  
   
Bubble
Water Special
  --  
   
Bite
Dark Physical
  --  
   
Leech Seed
Grass Status
  --  
   



SquirtleIf the player chose Squirtle:

Rival Blue
Rival
Blue
Pallet Town
Reward:
Pokémon_Dollar128
BallfullBallfullBallfullBallfullBallemptyBallempty
Nidotto
Types:
Poison Flying
Ability:
? or ?
Held item:
None
Nidotto Lv.18
Peck
Flying Physical
  --  
   
Double Kick
Fighting Physical
  --  
   
Poison Sting
Poison Physical
  --  
   
Focus Energy
Normal Status
  --  
   
Mantatta
Types:
Fighting Normal
Ability:
? or ?
Held item:
None
Mantatta Lv.16
Pursuit
Dark Physical
  --  
   
Double Kick
Fighting Physical
  --  
   
Poison Sting
Poison Physical
  --  
   
Focus Energy
Normal Status
  --  
   
Abra
Type:
Psychic '
Ability:
? or ?
Held item:
None
Abra Lv.15
Teleport
Psychic Status
  --  
   
Curse
Unknown Status
  --  
   
Curse
Unknown Status
  --  
   
Curse
Unknown Status
  --  
   
Charsaur
Types:
Fire Grass
Ability:
Overgrow or Blaze
Held item:
None
Charsaur Lv.19
Bite
Dark Physical
  --  
   
Leech Seed
Grass Status
  --  
   
Fire Fang
Fire Physical
  --  
   
Vine Whip
Grass Special
  --  
   



Trivia[]

If the player traded at least once, there will be a trainer in the PokéCenter who wants to trade the starter with the type the player's type is strong against for a Pokémon with the same type the player started. For example, if the player started with Charmander, he will offer a Bulbasaur for any Fire-Type Pokémon.

Modern Mode[]

Pokémon[]

Pokémon Type Level Catch Rate Encounter Rate
Surf
PokeIcon116 Horsea Water 5-40 225 30%
PokeIcon117 Seadra Water 35-40 75 5%
PokeIcon118 Goldeen Water 5-35 225 30%
PokeIcon119 Seaking Water 35-40 60 5%
PokeIcon469 Bruxish Water Psychic 5-40 80 30%
Old Rod
PokeIcon054 Psyduck Water 5 190 20%
PokeIcon129 Magikarp Water 5 255 33%
PokeIcon371 Klefki Steel Fairy 5 60 1%
PokeIcon434 Trubbish Poison 5 190 1%
PokeIcon436 Carvanha Water Dark 5 225 35%
PokeIcon469 Bruxish Water Psychic 5 80 10%
Good Rod
PokeIcon054 Psyduck Water 5-15 190 40%
PokeIcon453 Dhelmise Ghost Grass 5-15 25 40%
PokeIcon469 Bruxish Water Psychic 5-15 80 20%
Super Rod
PokeIcon079 Slowpoke Water Psychic 25-35 190 2%
PokeIcon223 Remoraid Water 15-35 190 30%
PokeIcon437 Sharpedo Water Dark 15-25 60 16%
PokeIcon453 Dhelmise Ghost Grass 15-35 25 20%
PokeIcon454 Mareanie Poison Water 15-35 190 30%
PokeIcon455 Toxapex Poison Water 35-42 75 2%
* Catch Rate influences how difficult a Pokémon is to catch. Higher numbers are easier.

Trainers[]

Cerulean Gym[]

Swimmer Luis: Smoochar lv.16 / Swikoth lv.16 / Delibell lv.16
Picnicker Diana: Swinew lv.16 / Glisel lv.18 
Gym Leader Misty: Glaeary lv.19 / Manras lv.22

Rival[]

Cottoninx lv.17 / Niniard lv.17 / Feebas lv.15 / Solovee lv.19
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