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Ilex Forest
"Wild Missingno. appeared!"
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Interior of Ilex Forest.
Map description
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[[|Ilex Forest Gym]] - Johto Gym #{{{gymno}}}
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Connecting locations
 
Route 34
 
Ilex Forest
Azalea Town
Location
Ilex Forest Map
Location of Ilex Forest in Johto.

Ilex Forest is twisted path in a dense forest that connects Route 34 to Azalea Town.

If the player enters the forest from Route 34 and have is not the Pokémon Champion (AKA beat the Elite Four and Rival), the path will be blocked, and a man with its Scyther will be on work chopped trees. If the player has become Pokémon Champion, the man will have created a path through the forest to reach Azalea Town. He will also offer the player to chop small trees, which will raise the player's Karma.

If the player completed at least 40 Quests, the Quest Master will reward the player with a GS Ball, which will allow the capture of Celebi, near the shrine, located near the center of the forest.

There is also a static encounter with a Shedinja.

Pokémon[]

Pokémon Type Level Catch Rate Encounter Rate
Dawn Noon Dusk
Grass
PokeIcon011 Metapod Bug 25-26 120 10% 10% -
PokeIcon012 Butterfree Bug Flying 31-33 45 15% 15% -
PokeIcon014 Kakuna Bug Poison 25-26 120 10% 10% -
PokeIcon015 Beedrill Bug Poison 31-33 45 15% 15% -
PokeIcon042 Golbat Poison Flying 33 90 5% 5% 20%
PokeIcon044 Gloom Grass Poison 31-33 120 - - 25%
PokeIcon047 Parasect Bug Grass 35 75 5% 5% 15%
PokeIcon190 Aipom Normal 33 45 15% 15% -
PokeIcon204 Pineco Bug 30 190 20%
PokeIcon214 Heracross Bug Fighting 34 45 5%
PokeIcon438 Phantump Ghost Grass 33 120 - - 15%
Surf
PokeIcon060 Poliwag Water 15-30 255 90%
PokeIcon061 Poliwhirl Water 35 120 10%
Old Rod
PokeIcon060 Poliwag Water 10 255 15%
PokeIcon129 Magikarp Water 10 255 85%
Good Rod
PokeIcon061 Poliwhirl Water 20 120 15%
PokeIcon129 Magikarp Water 20 255 85%
Super Rod
PokeIcon062 Poliwrath Water Fighting 40 45 5%
PokeIcon129 Magikarp Water 20 255 85%
PokeIcon186 Politoed Water 40 45 10%
Poké Radar
PokeIcon355 Breloom Grass Fighting 30 90 50%
* Catch Rate influences how difficult a Pokémon is to catch. Higher numbers are easier.
* Encounter Rate times are 5AM-10AM for dawn, 10AM-8PM for noon, and 8PM-5AM for dusk. See Time.

Modern Mode[]

Pokémon[]

Pokémon Type Level Catch Rate Encounter Rate
Dawn Noon Dusk
Grass
PokeIcon049 Venomoth Bug Poison 35 75 - - 15%
PokeIcon083 Farfetch'd Normal Flying 35 45 15% 15% 20%
PokeIcon162 Furret Normal 31-33 90 5% 5% -
PokeIcon169 Crobat Poison Flying 32 90 - - 15%
PokeIcon189 Jumpluff Grass Flying 31-33 45 5% 5% -
PokeIcon190 Aipom Normal 33 45 15% 15% -
PokeIcon204 Pineco Bug 30 190 20% 20% -
PokeIcon213 Shuckle Bug Rock 33 190 5% 5% -
PokeIcon214 Heracross Bug Fighting 34 45 - - 5%
PokeIcon382 Nincada Bug Ground 25-26 255 10% 10% -
PokeIcon424 Scolipede Bug Poison 31-36 45 10%
PokeIcon438 Phantump Ghost Grass 34 120 15%
PokeIcon452 Bewear Normal Fighting 31-33 70 - - 20%
Surf
PokeIcon054 Psyduck Water 15-30 190 50%
PokeIcon055 Golduck Water 30-40 75 10%
PokeIcon061 Poliwhirl Water 35 120 10%
PokeIcon083 Farfetch'd Normal Flying 15-30 45 30%
Old Rod
PokeIcon079 Slowpoke Water Psychic 5 190 84%
PokeIcon116 Horsea Water 10 225 15%
PokeIcon434 Trubbish Poison 5 190 1%
Good Rod
PokeIcon079 Slowpoke Water Psychic 20 190 40%
PokeIcon117 Seadra Water 20 75 15%
PokeIcon453 Dhelmise Ghost Grass 20 25 45%
Super Rod
PokeIcon117 Seadra Water 40 75 5%
PokeIcon211 Qwilfish Water Poison 20 45 85%
PokeIcon230 Kingdra Water Dragon 40 45 10%
Poké Radar
PokeIcon355 Breloom Grass Fighting 30 90 50%
* Catch Rate influences how difficult a Pokémon is to catch. Higher numbers are easier.
* Encounter Rate times are 5AM-10AM for dawn, 10AM-8PM for noon, and 8PM-5AM for dusk. See Time.
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