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Route 9
"Wild Missingno. appeared!"
Route09

Interior of Route 9.
Map description
This area is not described by a map.
[[|Route 9 Gym]] - Kanto Gym #{{{gymno}}}
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Connecting locations
 
Cerulean Cape
 
Cerulean City
Route 9
 
Route 10 (Before Rock Tunnel)
 
Location
Route 9 Map
Location of Route 9 in Kanto.

This route has two distinctive biome, which offers different catch tables:

  • The first being a canyon, where several trainers and items are present, as well as two small patch of grass, which connects to the Cerulean City terminal.
  • The second being a stream bank, with a large patch of grass, and connects to Route 10 and Cerulean Cape.

To reach Cerulean Cape, the player needs both Surf and Waterfall (or their respective HM Replacement Items).

Items[]

Item Location
ItemIcon ETHER Ether
Hidden by a boulder near Hiker Jeremy.
Ether1 Route9
ItemIcon machine PSYCHIC TM51 Ally Switch
On the ground near Hiker Jeremy.
TM51 Route9
ItemIcon CHESTOBERRY Chesto Berry (x3)
Hidden in a tree in the northwest corner.
ChestoBerry Route9
ItemIcon FULLRESTORE Full Restore
On the ground in a small patch of grass.
FullRestore Route9
ItemIcon LIGHTCLAY Light Clay
Hidden by a large boulder near Camper Chris.
LightClay Route9
ItemIcon RARECANDY Rare Candy
On the ground near Hiker Brice.
RareCandy Route9
ItemIcon ETHER Ether
Hidden by a boulder near Bug Catcher Conner.
Ether2 Route9
ItemIcon MAXPOTION Max Potion
On the ground near Hiker Alan.
MaxPotion Route9
ItemIcon THUNDERSTONE Thunder Stone
From Picnicker Caitlin, after defeating her.
ThunderStone Route9
ItemIcon OVALSTONE Oval Stone
On the ground in a large patch of grass.
OvalStone Route9
ItemIcon machine DARK TM95 Snarl
Between both waterfalls.
TM95 Route09
ItemIcon JETPACK Jetpack
Given by the trainer after showing him a Pokémon with the moves Aqua Jet, Waterfall and Fly.
Jetpack Route09
PinkItemBall Magenta item balls respawn at midnight. See Time.
RedItemBallYellowItemBallGreenItemBallBlueItemBall For other item ball colors, see Item Balls.

Pokémon[]

Canyon[]

Pokémon Type Level Catch Rate Encounter Rate
Dawn Noon Dusk
Grass
PokeIcon019 Rattata Normal 18 255 10% 10% 15%
PokeIcon020 Raticate Normal 20 127 4% 4% 14%
PokeIcon021 Spearow Normal Flying 17 255 10% 10% -
PokeIcon022 Fearow Normal Flying 19 90 1% 1% -
PokeIcon023 Ekans Poison 11-17 255 5% 5% 10%
PokeIcon027 Sandshrew Ground 11-17 255 5% 5% -
PokeIcon029 Nidoran Poison 16-18 235 20% 20% 5%
PokeIcon030 Nidorina Poison 18 120 5% 5% -
PokeIcon032 Nidoran Poison 16-18 235 20% 20% 5%
PokeIcon033 Nidorino Poison 18 120 5% 5% -
PokeIcon041 Zubat Poison Flying 17 255 - - 15%
PokeIcon042 Golbat Poison Flying 19 90 - - 1%
PokeIcon052 Meowth Normal 13-16 255 4% 4% 20%
PokeIcon053 Persian Normal 15 90 1% 1% 5%
PokeIcon056 Mankey Fighting 13 190 9%
PokeIcon057 Primeape Fighting 15 75 1%
Poké Radar
PokeIcon390 Aron Steel Rock 12-15 180 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.

Stream Bank[]

Pokémon Type Level Catch Rate Encounter Rate
Dawn Noon Dusk
Grass
PokeIcon019 Rattata Normal 14-17 255 20%
PokeIcon020 Raticate Normal 15-16 127 5%
PokeIcon021 Spearow Normal Flying 13-17 255 19% 19% -
PokeIcon022 Fearow Normal Flying 15-16 90 5% 5% -
PokeIcon023 Ekans Poison 11-17 255 15% 15% 20%
PokeIcon027 Sandshrew Ground 11-17 255 15% 15% 10%
PokeIcon041 Zubat Poison Flying 13-17 255 - - 20%
PokeIcon042 Golbat Poison Flying 15-16 90 - - 5%
PokeIcon048 Venonat Bug Poison 14-17 190 - - 10%
PokeIcon081 Magnemite Steel Electric 13 65 5%
PokeIcon100 Voltorb Electric 12-15 190 10% 10% 5%
PokeIcon231 Phanpy Ground 12-15 120 6% 6% -
Poké Radar
PokeIcon390 Aron Steel Rock 12-15 180 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 Alicia
Picnicker Alicia
Reward: Pokémon_Dollar288
Oddish Oddish Lv.18
No item
Oddish Oddish Lv.18
No item
Weepinsprout Weepinsprout Lv.18
No item
Hiker Jemery
Hiker Jemery
Reward: Pokémon_Dollar640
Geodude Geodude Lv.20
No item
Manix Manix Lv.20
No item
Camper Chris
Camper Chris
Reward: Pokémon_Dollar336
Slowlithe Slowlithe Lv.21
No item
Psymander Psymander Lv.21
No item
Bug Catcher Brent
Bug Catcher Brent
Reward: Pokémon_Dollar304
Butterdrill Butterdrill Lv.19
No item
Beefly Beefly Lv.19
No item
Hiker Brice
Hiker Brice
Reward: Pokémon_Dollar640
Diglett Diglett Lv.18
No item
Magiler Magiler Lv.20
No item
Diglett Diglett Lv.18
No item
Camper Drew
Camper Drew
Reward: Pokémon_Dollar304
Pikachu Pikachu Lv.19
No item
Sandra Sandra Lv.21
No item
Pidgey Pidgey Lv.19
No item
Pidgey Pidgey Lv.19
No item
Bug Catcher Conner
Bug Catcher Conner
Reward: Pokémon_Dollar352
Venonat Venonat Lv.20
No item
Drownat Drownat Lv.20
No item
Venonat Venonat Lv.20
No item
Hiker Alan
Hiker Alan
Reward: Pokémon_Dollar672
Geodude Geodude Lv.21
No item
Eknix Eknix Lv.20
No item
Picnicker Caitlin
Picnicker Caitlin
Reward: Pokémon_Dollar368
Math Math Lv.23
No item


Camper Chris will trade you one of his Pokémon any fairy type Pokémon.
Hiker Brice will trade you one of his Pokémon any ground type Pokémon of level 15.
Although the player can surf and fish in this route, there are no Pokémon to catch.

Modern Mode[]

Pokémon[]

Canyon[]

Pokémon Type Level Catch Rate Encounter Rate
Dawn Noon Dusk
Grass
PokeIcon021 Spearow Normal Flying 19 255 5% 5% 15%
PokeIcon084 Doduo Normal Flying 11-17 190 - - 5%
PokeIcon086 Seel Water 16-18 190 10%
PokeIcon095 Onix Rock Ground 17 45 10% 10% -
PokeIcon177 Natu Psychic Flying 18 190 10%
PokeIcon207 Gligar Ground Flying 18 60 5%
PokeIcon231 Phanpy Ground 17 120 - - 10%
PokeIcon290 Kecleon Normal 11-17 200 5% 5% -
PokeIcon310 Absol Dark 20 30 5%
PokeIcon330 Pawniard Dark Steel 13-16 120 5%
PokeIcon371 Klefki Steel Fairy 13 60 15% 15% 5%
PokeIcon392 Trapinch Ground 16-18 255 10%
PokeIcon454 Mareanie Poison Water 11-17 190 5%
PokeIcon456 Hawlucha Fighting Flying 14-17 100 15%
Poké Radar
PokeIcon390 Aron Steel Rock 12-15 180 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.

Stream Bank[]

Pokémon Type Level Catch Rate Encounter Rate
Dawn Noon Dusk
Grass
PokeIcon039 Jigglypuff Normal Fairy 11-17 170 10% - -
PokeIcon081 Magnemite Steel Electric 13 65 5%
PokeIcon095 Onix Rock Ground 12-15 45 10% 10% -
PokeIcon177 Natu Psychic Flying 13-17 190 15% 15% -
PokeIcon190 Aipom Normal 14-17 45 - - 15%
PokeIcon198 Murkrow Dark Flying 13-17 30 - - 5%
PokeIcon207 Gligar Ground Flying 11-17 60 25%
PokeIcon241 Miltank Normal 14-17 45 15% 15% -
PokeIcon290 Kecleon Normal 11-17 200 - 10% -
PokeIcon330 Pawniard Dark Steel 15-16 120 - - 20%
PokeIcon371 Klefki Steel Fairy 11-17 60 - - 10%
PokeIcon382 Nincada Bug Ground 18 255 5%
PokeIcon389 Luxio Electric 15-16 120 - - 5%
PokeIcon456 Hawlucha Fighting Flying 12-17 100 15% 15% 10%
Poké Radar
PokeIcon390 Aron Steel Rock 12-15 180 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[]

Picnicker Alicia: Veno jr. lv.18 / Chansel lv.18 / Ans lv.18
Hiker Jeremy: Staron lv.19 / Digew lv.19 / Gaschou lv.19 / Goroth lv.20
Camper Chris: Malithe lv.21 / Qwilts lv.21 / Oddtor lv.19
Bug Catcher Brent: Spinagar lv.19 / Budvesta lv.19
Camper Drew: Growlchum lv.19 / Poryper lv.19 / Untle lv.19 / Togecute lv.19
Hiker Brice: Ferrodle lv.18 / Bonotto lv.18 / Cleflett lv.20 
Bug Catcher Conner: Pineossom lv.20 / Venofing lv.20 / Kecva lv.22 
Hiker Alan: Liflora lv.21 / Fletchbarel lv.21 / Spiridile lv.21
Picnicker Caitlin: Deilu lv.20 / Honler lv.23 /
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