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Route 35
"Wild Missingno. appeared!"
Route35

Interior of Route 35.
Map description
This area is not described by a map.
[[|Route 35 Gym]] - Johto Gym #{{{gymno}}}
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Connecting locations
 
National Park
 
Route 35
Route 36
 
Goldenrod City
 
Location
Route 35 Map
Location of Route 35 in Johto.

Route 35 is a route that connects Goldenrod City to the National Park. There is also a small shortcut to reach Route 36 directly.

Items[]

Item Location
ItemIcon NUGGET Nugget
West of the Pond.
Nugget Route35
ItemIcon TRANSGENDERSTONE Gender Stone
Given by Picnicker Brooke after defeating her.
GenderStone Route35
ItemIcon LAVACOOKIE Lava Cookie
Given by Pyromaniac Walk after defeating him.
LavaCookie Route35
ItemIcon PPMAX PP Max
By the tree, often blocked by Bug Catcher Arnie.
PPMax Route35
ItemIcon REVIVE Revive
By the large patch of grass near Bird Keeper Bryan.
Revive Route35
ItemIcon FULLHEAL Full Heal
Hidden by the rock in the South-East corner.
FullHeal Route35
ItemIcon machine NORMAL TM88 Sleep Talk
In the South-East corner.
TM88 Route35
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
Dawn Noon Dusk
Grass
PokeIcon017 Pidgeotto Normal Flying 30-32 120 5% 5% -
PokeIcon030 Nidorina Poison 30-32 120 30%
PokeIcon033 Nidorino Poison 30-32 120 30%
PokeIcon064 Kadabra Psychic 33-34 100 10% 10% 4%
PokeIcon096 Drowzee Psychic 30-31 190 10% 10% -
PokeIcon097 Hypno Psychic 30-31 75 - - 10%
PokeIcon102 Exeggcute Grass Psychic 30 90 10% 10% -
PokeIcon132 Ditto Normal 30 35 1% 1% 1%
PokeIcon164 Noctowl Normal Flying 30-32 90 - - 5%
PokeIcon193 Yanma Bug Flying 30 75 4% 4% 20%
Surf
PokeIcon054 Psyduck Water 15-30 190 90%
PokeIcon055 Golduck Water 35 75 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
PokeIcon235 Smeargle Normal 25-30 45 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.

Trainers[]

Trainer Pokémon
Picnicker Kim
Picnicker Kim
Reward: Pokémon_Dollar624
Raitales Raitales Lv.39
No item
Camper Elliot
Camper Elliot
Reward: Pokémon_Dollar608
Sandslash Sandslash Lv.36
No item
Azumafable Azumafable Lv.36
No item
Picnicker Brooke
Picnicker Brooke
Reward: Pokémon_Dollar608
Mr Mr.Queen Lv.38
No item
Pyromaniac Walt
Pyromaniac Walt
Reward: Pokémon_Dollar3520
Magmar Magmar Lv.34
No item
Magmortar Magmortar Lv.40
No item
Juggler Irwin
Juggler Irwin
Reward: Pokémon_Dollar1120
Eeorb Eeorb Lv.25
No item
Flaorb Flaorb Lv.35
No item
Vapororb Vapororb Lv.35
No item
Joltorb Joltorb Lv.35
No item
Esorb Esorb Lv.35
No item
Umborb Umborb Lv.35
No item
Burglar Dickson*
Burglar Dickson*
Reward: Pokémon_Dollar3344
Murdour Murdour Lv.36
No item
Crobat Crobat Lv.38
No item
Bug Catcher Arnie
Bug Catcher Arnie
Reward: Pokémon_Dollar668
Stanmoth Stanmoth Lv.43
No item
Bird Keeper Bryan
Bird Keeper Bryan
Reward: Pokémon_Dollar1184
Pidgeotto Pidgeotto Lv.35
No item
Togegeot Togegeot Lv.36
No item


*Burglar Dickson is near the gate for the National Park during the night and will drop Pokémon_Dollar500 after defeating him.

Modern Mode[]

Pokémon[]

Pokémon Type Level Catch Rate Encounter Rate
Dawn Noon Dusk
Grass
PokeIcon096 Drowzee Psychic 30-31 190 10% 10% -
PokeIcon097 Hypno Psychic 30-31 75 - - 10%
PokeIcon102 Exeggcute Grass Psychic 30 90 10% 10% -
PokeIcon132 Ditto Normal 30 35 1%
PokeIcon164 Noctowl Normal Flying 30-32 90 - - 5%
PokeIcon193 Yanma Bug Flying 30 75 4% 4% 20%
PokeIcon389 Luxio Electric 30-32 120 30%
PokeIcon407 Duosion Psychic 33-34 100 10% 10% 4%
PokeIcon418 Fletchinder Fire Flying 30-32 120 5% 5% -
PokeIcon452 Bewear Normal Fighting 30-32 70 - - 30%
PokeIcon464 Lycanroc Rock 30-32 90 30% 30% -
Surf
PokeIcon054 Psyduck Water 15-30 190 90%
PokeIcon055 Golduck Water 35 75 10%
Old Rod
PokeIcon060 Poliwag Water 10 255 15%
PokeIcon394 Feebas Water 5 255 64%
PokeIcon434 Trubbish Poison 5 190 1%
PokeIcon454 Mareanie Poison Water 5 190 20%
Good Rod
PokeIcon061 Poliwhirl Water 20 120 15%
PokeIcon453 Dhelmise Ghost Grass 20 25 55%
PokeIcon454 Mareanie Poison Water 20 190 30%
Super Rod
PokeIcon062 Poliwrath Water Fighting 40 45 5%
PokeIcon186 Politoed Water 40 45 10%
PokeIcon453 Dhelmise Ghost Grass 40 25 45%
PokeIcon455 Toxapex Poison Water 40-44 75 40%
Poké Radar
PokeIcon235 Smeargle Normal 25-30 45 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.

Trainers[]

Bug Catcher Arnie often blocks the path for the PP Max: the trick is to come from the National Park and rush for the item.

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