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Kin Island
"Wild Missingno. appeared!"
KinIsland

Interior of Kin Island.
Map description
This area is not described by a map.
[[|Kin Island Gym]] - Sevii Islands Gym #{{{gymno}}}
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Connecting locations
 
Bond Bridge
 
Kin Island
 
Brine Road (East of the Old Shipwreck)
 
Location
Kin Island Map
Location of Kin Island in Sevii Islands.

Kin Island, also known as Three Island, is the biggest town in Sevii Islands, and can be accessed from the South by Brine Road (East of the Old Shipwreck) and from the North by the Bond Bridge.

Bebe is in the PokéCenter and will give the two remaining Sinnoh starters from the player's choice back from Knot Island.

Jasmine is on vacation with some family at Kin Island, but went North with her nephew and some friends.

If the player saw of caught both Kyogue and Groudon, the elderly man in the North-Eastern house will arrange with his son to escort the player to the Sky Pillar in the Harbour.

There is a fisherman on the shore who will tell you where it is raining around the Sevii Islands if you are looking for Feebas.

Items[]

Item Location
ItemIcon machine BUG TM114 Leech Life
Behind the cuttable tree.
TM114 KinIsland
ItemIcon NUGGET Nugget
Given by the Hiker in the Pokémon Appreciation Club.
Nugget KinIsland
ItemIcon NUGGET Nugget
Hidden in the southwest wall of the cave.
Nugget2 KinIsland
ItemIcon NUGGET Nugget
Hidden in the northwest ground of the cave.
Nugget3 KinIsland
ItemIcon NUGGET Nugget
Hidden in the northeast wall of the cave.
Nugget4 KinIsland
ItemIcon HEARTSCALE Heart Scale
Hidden in the ground in the middle of the cave.
HeartScale KinIsland
ItemIcon HEARTSCALE Heart Scale
Hidden in the northeast of the cave.
HeartScale2 KinIsland
ItemIcon PRISMSCALE Prism Scale
Given by the Fisherman after showing him a Feebas.
PrismScale KinIsland
ItemIcon SPRAYDUCK Mareanie Doll
In the bottom-left house, after clearing Berry Forest.
MareanieDoll KinIsland
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 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%
* Catch Rate influences how difficult a Pokémon is to catch. Higher numbers are easier.

Points of Interest[]

Pokémon Appreciation Club[]

Every day, a Pokémon is selected and trainers will want to battle.

Modern Mode[]

Pokémon[]

Pokémon Type Level Catch Rate Encounter Rate
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%
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
PokeIcon073 Tentacruel Water Poison 40 60 7%
PokeIcon090 Shellder Water 40 190 30%
PokeIcon170 Chinchou Water Electric 40 190 60%
PokeIcon455 Toxapex Poison Water 40 75 3%
* Catch Rate influences how difficult a Pokémon is to catch. Higher numbers are easier.
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