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|GenAvailable = [[Generation III|Gen. III]]}}'''Mt. Pyre''' is a Pokémon graveyard, similar to Kanto's [[Pokémon Tower]]. It consists of two areas: the inside, a "cave" filled with Pokémon trainers that functions as a graveyard, and the outer mountain, which can be reached by exiting from inside. Mt. Pyre is considered the counterpart of the [[Cave of Origin]] (the cave where life begins), as Mt. Pyre is "the place where life ends." Atop the mountain are an old couple who guard two orbs, the Red Orb and Blue Orb. They are the grandparents of [[Phoebe]] of the [[Elite Four]].
 
|GenAvailable = [[Generation III|Gen. III]]}}'''Mt. Pyre''' is a Pokémon graveyard, similar to Kanto's [[Pokémon Tower]]. It consists of two areas: the inside, a "cave" filled with Pokémon trainers that functions as a graveyard, and the outer mountain, which can be reached by exiting from inside. Mt. Pyre is considered the counterpart of the [[Cave of Origin]] (the cave where life begins), as Mt. Pyre is "the place where life ends." Atop the mountain are an old couple who guard two orbs, the Red Orb and Blue Orb. They are the grandparents of [[Phoebe]] of the [[Elite Four]].
   
Mt. Pyre plays a major role in the video games. In ''Pokémon Ruby'', the player has to battle [[Team Magma]] members as they steal the [[Blue Orb]] to control [[Kyogre]], while in ''Pokémon Sapphire'' and ''Emerald'', the player is forced to battle [[Team Aqua]] members who are trying to steal the [[Red Orb]] to control [[Groudon]]. In ''Emerald'', after Groudon and Kyogre disappear at [[Sootopolis City]], [[Maxie]] and [[Archie]] return both orbs to their respective perches at the summit of Mt. Pyre, providing closure to the game's main plot.
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Mt. Pyre plays a major role in the video games. In ''Pokémon Ruby'', the player has to battle [[Team Magma]] members as they steal the [[Red Orb]] to control [[Groudon]], while in ''Pokémon Sapphire'' and ''Emerald'', the player is forced to battle [[Team Aqua]] members who are trying to steal the [[Blue Orb]] to control [[Kyogre]]. In ''Emerald'', after Groudon and Kyogre disappear at [[Sootopolis City]], [[Maxie]] and [[Archie]] return both orbs to their respective perches at the summit of Mt. Pyre, providing closure to the game's main plot.
   
 
==Trainers==
 
==Trainers==

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Mt. Pyre
おくりびやま Mt. Pyre
Information about Mt. Pyre
Region: Hoenn
Connecting locations: Route 122
Weather: Normal
Kind: Mountain
Needed HM: Unknown
Generation(s) available: Gen. III

Mt. Pyre is a Pokémon graveyard, similar to Kanto's Pokémon Tower. It consists of two areas: the inside, a "cave" filled with Pokémon trainers that functions as a graveyard, and the outer mountain, which can be reached by exiting from inside. Mt. Pyre is considered the counterpart of the Cave of Origin (the cave where life begins), as Mt. Pyre is "the place where life ends." Atop the mountain are an old couple who guard two orbs, the Red Orb and Blue Orb. They are the grandparents of Phoebe of the Elite Four.

Mt. Pyre plays a major role in the video games. In Pokémon Ruby, the player has to battle Team Magma members as they steal the Red Orb to control Groudon, while in Pokémon Sapphire and Emerald, the player is forced to battle Team Aqua members who are trying to steal the Blue Orb to control Kyogre. In Emerald, after Groudon and Kyogre disappear at Sootopolis City, Maxie and Archie return both orbs to their respective perches at the summit of Mt. Pyre, providing closure to the game's main plot.

TrainersEdit

Ruby/SapphireEdit

InteriorEdit

Trainer Pokémon Level
PokéManiacRSEsprite
PokéManiac
Mark
305 Lairon 32
Gain: Poké Dollar1920
Trainer Pokémon Level
Young CoupleRSEsprite
Young Couple
Dez & Luke
301 Delcatty 32
310 Manectric 32
Gain: Poké Dollar2048
Trainer Pokémon Level
Psychic(F)RSEsprite
Psychic
Kayla
064 Kadabra 32
Gain: Poké Dollar768
Trainer Pokémon Level
Psychic(M)RSEsprite
Psychic
William
280 Ralts 31
281 Kirlia 31
Gain: Poké Dollar744
Trainer Pokémon Level
Black BeltRSEsprite
Black Belt
Atsushi
296 Makuhita 30
067 Machoke 30
297 Hariyama 30
Gain: Poké Dollar960
Trainer Pokémon Level
Hex ManiacRSEsprite
Hex Maniac
Tasha
353 Shuppet 31
064 Kadabra 31
Gain: Poké Dollar744
Trainer Pokémon Level
Hex ManiacRSEsprite
Hex Maniac
Valerie
302 Sableye 32
Gain: Poké Dollar768

SummitEdit

Team MagmaEdit
Trainer Pokémon Level
Team Magma Grunt(M)RSEsprite
Team Magma Grunt
041 Zubat 30
041 Zubat 30
041 Zubat 30
Gain: Poké Dollar600
Trainer Pokémon Level
Team Magma Grunt(M)RSEsprite
Team Magma Grunt
261 Poochyena 31
322 Numel 31
Gain: Poké Dollar620
Trainer Pokémon Level
Team Magma Grunt(M)RSEsprite
Team Magma Grunt
322 Numel 31
322 Numel 31
Gain: Poké Dollar620
Team AquaEdit
Trainer Pokémon Level
Team Aqua Grunt(M)RSEsprite
Team Aqua Grunt
041 Zubat 30
041 Zubat 30
041 Zubat 30
Gain: Poké Dollar600
Trainer Pokémon Level
Team Aqua Grunt(M)RSEsprite
Team Aqua Grunt
261 Poochyena 31
318 Carvanha 31
Gain: Poké Dollar620
Trainer Pokémon Level
Team Aqua Grunt(M)RSEsprite
Team Aqua Grunt
318 Carvanha 31
318 Carvanha 31
Gain: Poké Dollar620

EmeraldEdit

SummitEdit

Trainer Pokémon Level
Team Aqua Grunt(M)RSEsprite
Team Aqua Grunt
318 Carvanha 32
Gain: Poké Dollar640
Trainer Pokémon Level
Team Aqua Grunt(M)RSEsprite
Team Aqua Grunt
041 Zubat 32
Gain: Poké Dollar640
Trainer Pokémon Level
Team Aqua Grunt(M)RSEsprite
Team Aqua Grunt
261 Poochyena 30
318 Carvanha 30
Gain: Poké Dollar600
Trainer Pokémon Level
Team Aqua Grunt(F)RSEsprite
Team Aqua Grunt
320 Wailmer 30
041 Zubat 30
Gain: Poké Dollar600

Double Battle:

Trainer Pokémon Level
Team Aqua Grunt(M)RSEspriteTeam Aqua Grunt(F)RSEsprite
Team Aqua Grunt & Team Aqua Grunt
261 Poochyena 30
318 Carvanha 30
320 Wailmer 30
041 Zubat 30
Gain: Poké Dollar1200

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