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[[File:Mtsilvercaveoutsidemountain.png|thumb]]'''Mt. Silver''' is a mountain in the northeast region of [[Johto]]. It is the place of the Pokémon Preservation Center (not in game). At its peak, the player challenges [[Red]], who has [[Pikachu]], [[Charizard]], [[Blastoise]], [[Venusaur]], [[Snorlax]], and [[Espeon]] (or [[Lapras]] in [[HeartGold]]/[[SoulSilver]]). In the manga Red goes there to bathe in the hot springs after being frozen.
{{Nihongo|'''Mt. Silver'''|シロガネやま|Shirogane-yama}} is a mountain in the north-east of the [[Johto|Johto region]]. This mountain contains [[Red]], a player from the [[Generation I]] series of Pokémon. Red has been localized at the peak on Mt. Silver. In the anime, the Mt. Silver is the place of the Pokémon Preservation Center.
 
   
== Wild Pokémons ==
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In order to battle Red in HeartGold/SoulSilver, you must have beaten all 16 Gym Leaders of [[Kanto]] and [[Johto]], get [[Rock Climb]], and go through Mt. Silver Cave. Red's Pikachu is level 88, Lapras is level 80, Blastoise is level 84, Venusaur is level 84, Snorlax is level 82, and Charizard is level 84.
=== Outside ===
 
==== Pokémon Gold, Silver and Crystal Version ====
 
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== Trainers ==
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While fighting Red it will start to [[Hail]], unless you have a weather effect [[Pokémon]] such as [[Rayquaza]]. When fighting Red, he will send out Pikachu first, and he will use [[Volt Tackle]], unless yours is a different type, it will be [[Iron Tail]]. After beating Red, he will disappear, then the game will end as if you had beaten the [[Elite Four]]. Red does not disappear forever, after you beat the Elite Four again, Red will be at Mt. Silver again. This location first appeared in the original Gold and Silver games.
   
== Part in the series ==
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Also in Mt. Silver, [[Moltres]] resides there at level 50. In order to get Moltres, you need to have a Pokémon with Rock Climb in your party and also a Pokémon who knows [[Waterfall]].
=== Manga ===
 
In the Pokémon manga series, Red goes there to bathe in the hot springs after he was being frozen.
 
   
=== Anime ===
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==In the series==
 
In the series, [[Ash Ketchum|Ash]], [[Misty]], and [[Brock]] travel to the mountain to drop off Larvitar and enter the Johto League Silver Conference. The Silver Conference is at the foot of Mt. Silver.
 
In the series, [[Ash Ketchum|Ash]], [[Misty]], and [[Brock]] travel to the mountain to drop off Larvitar and enter the Johto League Silver Conference. The Silver Conference is at the foot of Mt. Silver.
   
 
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Revision as of 09:39, January 12, 2013

File:Mtsilvercaveoutsidemountain.png
Mt. Silver is a mountain in the northeast region of Johto. It is the place of the Pokémon Preservation Center (not in game). At its peak, the player challenges Red, who has Pikachu, Charizard, Blastoise, Venusaur, Snorlax, and Espeon (or Lapras in HeartGold/SoulSilver). In the manga Red goes there to bathe in the hot springs after being frozen.

In order to battle Red in HeartGold/SoulSilver, you must have beaten all 16 Gym Leaders of Kanto and Johto, get Rock Climb, and go through Mt. Silver Cave. Red's Pikachu is level 88, Lapras is level 80, Blastoise is level 84, Venusaur is level 84, Snorlax is level 82, and Charizard is level 84.

While fighting Red it will start to Hail, unless you have a weather effect Pokémon such as Rayquaza. When fighting Red, he will send out Pikachu first, and he will use Volt Tackle, unless yours is a different type, it will be Iron Tail. After beating Red, he will disappear, then the game will end as if you had beaten the Elite Four. Red does not disappear forever, after you beat the Elite Four again, Red will be at Mt. Silver again. This location first appeared in the original Gold and Silver games.

Also in Mt. Silver, Moltres resides there at level 50. In order to get Moltres, you need to have a Pokémon with Rock Climb in your party and also a Pokémon who knows Waterfall.

In the series

In the series, Ash, Misty, and Brock travel to the mountain to drop off Larvitar and enter the Johto League Silver Conference. The Silver Conference is at the foot of Mt. Silver.

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