Pokémon Infinite Fusion Wiki
Advertisement
Ice Mountains
"Wild Missingno. appeared!"
IceMountains

Interior of Ice Mountains.
Map description
This area is not described by a map.
[[|Ice Mountains Gym]] - Johto Gym #{{{gymno}}}
[[File:{{{leadersprite}}}|{{{leader}}}|200x200px]]
[[{{{leader}}}|{{{leader}}}]]
No specialty type [[File:{{{badge}}} Badge.png|70px|{{{badge}}} Badge]]
[[Badge#{{{badge}}} Badge|{{{badge}}} Badge]]
[[|Ice Mountains Gym]] - Johto Gym #{{{gymno}}}
[[File:{{{leadersprite2}}}|{{{leader2}}}|link={{{leader2}}}]]
[[{{{leader2}}}|{{{leader2}}}]]
Unknown-type
specialist Gym
[[File:{{{badge}}} Badge.png|70px|{{{badge}}} Badge|link=Badge#{{{badge}}} Badge]]
[[Badge#{{{badge}}} Badge|{{{badge}}} Badge]]
[[|Ice Mountains Gym]] - Johto Gym #{{{gymno}}}
[[File:{{{leadersprite3}}}|{{{leader3}}}|link={{{leader3}}}]]
[[{{{leader3}}}|{{{leader3}}}]]
Unknown-type
specialist Gym
[[File:{{{badge}}} Badge.png|70px|{{{badge}}} Badge|link=Badge#{{{badge}}} Badge]]
[[Badge#{{{badge}}} Badge|{{{badge}}} Badge]]
[[| League]]
[[File:{{{elite1sprite}}}|64px|{{{elite1}}}|link={{{elite1}}}]]
Elite Four
[[{{{elite1}}}|{{{elite1}}}]]
[[File:{{{elite2sprite}}}|64px|{{{elite2}}}|link={{{elite2}}}]]
Elite Four
[[{{{elite2}}}|{{{elite2}}}]]
[[File:{{{elite3sprite}}}|64px|{{{elite3}}}|link={{{elite3}}}]]
Elite Four
[[{{{elite3}}}|{{{elite3}}}]]
[[File:{{{elite4sprite}}}|64px|{{{elite4}}}|link={{{elite4}}}]]
Elite Four
[[{{{elite4}}}|{{{elite4}}}]]
[[File:{{{championsprite}}}|{{{champion}}}|link={{{champion}}}]]
Champion [[{{{champion}}}|{{{champion}}}]]
[[| League]]
[[File:{{{elite1sprite2}}}|64px|{{{elite12}}}|link={{{elite12}}}]]
Elite Four
[[{{{elite12}}}|{{{elite12}}}]]
[[File:{{{elite2sprite2}}}|64px|{{{elite22}}}|link={{{elite22}}}]]
Elite Four
[[{{{elite22}}}|{{{elite22}}}]]
[[File:{{{elite3sprite2}}}|64px|{{{elite32}}}|link={{{elite32}}}]]
Elite Four
[[{{{elite32}}}|{{{elite32}}}]]
[[File:{{{elite4sprite2}}}|64px|{{{elite42}}}|link={{{elite42}}}]]
Elite Four
[[{{{elite42}}}|{{{elite42}}}]]
[[File:{{{championsprite2}}}|{{{champion2}}}|link={{{champion2}}}]]
Champion [[{{{champion2}}}|{{{champion2}}}]]
Connecting locations
 
Ice Mountains Peak
 
Route 44
Ice Mountains
Blackthorn City
Location
Ice Mountains Map
Location of Ice Mountains in Johto.

Ice Mountains is a chain of mountains that can be accessed by the West from Route 44 and by the East from Blackthorn City.

The player will need the Golbat Boots to jump over a gap the first their attempt to cross the Ice Mountains from Blackthorn City.

There is a cavern in the North-East, which contains a deeper portion where there is a static encounter with a Froslass. If the player keeps climbing the stairs, they will reach Ice Mountains Peak.

Items[]

Item Location
ItemIcon XSPATK X Sp. Atk
Hidden in a wall near Skier Roxanne.
XSpAtk IceMountains
ItemIcon MAXREPEL Max Repel
By a patch of grass near Skier Roxanne.
MaxRepel IceMountains
ItemIcon NEVERMELTICE Never-Melt Ice
Next to the cavern.
NeverMeltIce IceMountains
ItemIcon STARPIECE Star Piece
Hidden by a frozen rock in the Mamoswine Cave.
StarPiece IceMountains
ItemIcon ICESTONE Ice Stone
On the ground on the West.
IceStone IceMountains
ItemIcon ICYROCK Icy Rock
By a patch of grass near Route 44 stairs.
IcyRock IceMountains
ItemIcon CLIMBGEAR Climbing Gear
Given by the hiker on top of the Rock Climb section.
ClimbingGear IceMountains
PinkItemBall Magenta item balls respawn at midnight. See Time.
RedItemBallYellowItemBallGreenItemBallBlueItemBall For other item ball colors, see Item Balls.

Pokémon[]

Mountain Top[]

Pokémon Type Level Catch Rate Encounter Rate
Grass
PokeIcon215 Sneasel Dark Ice 45-49 60 20%
PokeIcon217 Ursaring Normal 45-49 60 10%
PokeIcon221 Piloswine Ice Ground 44-46 75 20%
PokeIcon225 Delibird Ice Flying 42 45 45%
PokeIcon227 Skarmory Steel Flying 50 25 5%
Poké Radar
PokeIcon262 Weavile Dark Ice 50 45 50%
* Catch Rate influences how difficult a Pokémon is to catch. Higher numbers are easier.

Cavern[]

Pokémon Type Level Catch Rate Encounter Rate
Cave
PokeIcon220 Swinub Ice Ground 35-45 225 30%
PokeIcon221 Piloswine Ice Ground 44-46 75 20%
PokeIcon427 Snorunt Ice 35-45 190 40%
PokeIcon428 Glalie Ice 55 75 10%
* Catch Rate influences how difficult a Pokémon is to catch. Higher numbers are easier.

Trainers[]

Trainer Pokémon
Hiker Bjorn
Hiker Bjorn
Reward: Pokémon_Dollar1760
Proboswine Proboswine Lv.55
No item
Skier Roxanne
Skier Roxanne
Reward: Pokémon_Dollar896
Mismanx Mismanx Lv.56
No item
Skier Jill
Skier Jill
Reward: Pokémon_Dollar864
Sneasel Sneasel Lv.49
No item
Weaslash Weaslash Lv.54
No item
Skier Lexie
Skier Lexie
Reward: Pokémon_Dollar864
Delipix Delipix Lv.47
No item
Delitales Delitales Lv.54
No item
Skier Clarissa
Skier Clarissa
Reward: Pokémon_Dollar848
Seel Seel Lv.51
No item
Dewsine Dewsine Lv.53
No item
Hiker Douglas
Hiker Douglas
Reward: Pokémon_Dollar1664
Swinub Swinub Lv.44
No item
Swinub Swinub Lv.44
No item
Pilodon Pilodon Lv.52
No item


Modern Mode[]

Pokémon[]

Mountain Top[]

Pokémon Type Level Catch Rate Encounter Rate
Grass
PokeIcon215 Sneasel Dark Ice 45-49 60 20%
PokeIcon221 Piloswine Ice Ground 44-46 75 20%
PokeIcon272 Glaceon Ice 45-49 45 10%
PokeIcon428 Glalie Ice 42 75 45%
PokeIcon429 Froslass Ice Ghost 50 75 5%
Poké Radar
PokeIcon262 Weavile Dark Ice 50 45 50%
* Catch Rate influences how difficult a Pokémon is to catch. Higher numbers are easier.

Ice Cavern[]

Pokémon Type Level Catch Rate Encounter Rate
Cave
PokeIcon215 Sneasel Dark Ice 45-49 60 20%
PokeIcon221 Piloswine Ice Ground 44-46 75 20%
PokeIcon272 Glaceon Ice 45-49 45 10%
PokeIcon428 Glalie Ice 42 75 45%
PokeIcon429 Froslass Ice Ghost 50 75 5%
* Catch Rate influences how difficult a Pokémon is to catch. Higher numbers are easier.

Trainers[]

Advertisement