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[[File:Lavendertower.jpg|thumb]]The '''Pokémon Tower''' is a tower located in [[Kanto]] that first appeared ''[[Pokemon Red and Blue]]''. The Pokémon Tower is a burial site for Pokémon that have died, and serves as a memorial for said [[Pokémon]].
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[[File:Lavendertower.jpg|thumb]]The '''Pokémon Tower''' is a tower located in [[Lavender Town]] in the [[Kanto]] region. The Pokémon Tower first appeared [[Pokémon Red and Blue|''Pokémon Red'' and ''Blue'']]. The Pokémon Tower is a burial site for [[Pokémon (species)|Pokémon]] that have died, and serves as a memorial for Pokémon. In Generation 2 and 4, the tower was changed into a Radio Tower.
   
== Role in Generation I ==
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== Appearances ==
The first time the player ventures into the Pokémon Tower, they are usually unprepared, lacking the [[Silph Scope]]. While in the Pokémon Tower without the Silph Scope, the player encounters unidentifiable ghosts that are too terrifying to attack.[[File:MissingNo.GhostSprite.png|thumb|This is an example of a ghost encountered without a Silph Scope]] When the player has received the Silph Scope, the ghost is revealed to be a Gastly in almost every encounter (excluding one Marowak). At the top of the tower, there is a staircase leading to where [[Mr. Fuji]] is being held captive by [[Team Rocket]], however, the restless ghost of a dead mother [[Marowak]] attacks you.
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=== Generation I ===
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[[File:MissingNo.GhostSprite.png|thumb|This is an example of a ghost encountered without a Silph Scope]]
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The first time the player ventures into the Pokémon Tower, he or she usually does not have the [[Silph Scope]]. Without the Silph Scope, the player encounters unidentifiable ghosts that cannot be fought. When the player has received the Silph Scope, the ghosts are revealed to be a [[Gastly]], [[Haunter]], or [[Cubone]] in most encounters. At the top of the tower, there is a staircase leading to where [[Mr. Fuji]] is being held captive by [[Team Rocket]], however, the restless ghost of a dead mother [[Marowak]] attacks the player.
   
== Role in Generation II ==
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=== Generation II ===
Pokemon Tower completely changed in [[Generation II]]. It became the Kanto Radio Tower. The new radio tower was just like [[Goldenrod Radio Station|Goldenrod's]], but there is a guard that keeps the player from going upstairs. The graves located in the Pokémon Tower were relocated into a small house called Soul House. The Soul House is located at south end of [[Lavender Town]].
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The Pokémon Tower completely changed in [[Generation II]]. It became the Kanto Radio Tower. The new radio tower was just like [[Goldenrod Radio Station|Goldenrod's]], but there is a guard that keeps the player from going upstairs. The graves located in the Pokémon Tower were relocated into a small house called Soul House. The Soul House is located at south end of [[Lavender Town]]. In generation IV, the Soul House's name was changed to "House of Memories".
   
 
==Pokémon==
 
==Pokémon==
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*[[Cubone]] Lv 15-19
 
*[[Cubone]] Lv 15-19
   
==Pokemon Specials==
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==Pokémon Specials==
 
*[[Marowak]] Lv 30
 
*[[Marowak]] Lv 30
 
**[[Headbutt]]
 
**[[Headbutt]]
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==Items==
 
==Items==
 
 
===Generation I===
 
===Generation I===
*[[Escape Rope]] 3rd Floor
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*[[Escape Rope]] - Third Floor
*[[Awakening]] 4th Floor
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*[[Awakening]] - Fourth Floor
*[[Elixir]] 3rd Floor
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*[[Elixir]] - Third Floor
*[[HP Up]] 4th Floor
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*[[HP Up]] - Fourth Floor
*[[Nugget]] 5th Floor
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*[[Nugget]] - Fifth Floor
*[[X Accuracy]] 5th Floor
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*[[X Accuracy]] - Fifth Floor
*[[Rare Candy]] 6th Floor
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*[[Rare Candy]] - Sixth Floor
   
 
===Generation II===
 
===Generation II===
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===Generation IV===
 
===Generation IV===
*[[Escape Rope]] 3rd Floor
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*[[Escape Rope]] - Third Floor
*[[Awakening]] 4th Floor
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*[[Awakening]] - Fourth Floor
*[[Elixir]] 3rd Floor
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*[[Elixir]] - Third Floor
*[[Great Ball]] 4th Floor
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*[[Great Ball]] - Fourth Floor
*[[Cleanse Tag]] 5th Floor
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*[[Cleanse Tag]] - Fifth Floor
*[[Big Mushroom]] 5th Floor (Hidden)
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*[[Big Mushroom]] - Fifth Floor (Hidden)
*[[Nugget]] 5th Floor
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*[[Nugget]] - Fifth Floor
*[[X Accuracy]] 5th Floor
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*[[X Accuracy]] - Fifth Floor
*[[Rare Candy]] 6th Floor
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*[[Rare Candy]] - Sixth Floor
*[[Soothe Bell]] 7th Floor
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*[[Soothe Bell]] - Seventh Floor
   
 
== Trivia ==
 
== Trivia ==
* The ghost in the Pokémon Tower is a sprite sometimes used during the appearance of the Glitch Pokémon Missingno.
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* The ghost in the Pokémon Tower is a sprite sometimes used during the appearance of [[Missingno.]], the most famous [[Glitch Pokémon]].
*There is a little girl in the original version in front of Pokémon Tower asking: Do you believe in ghosts? If you say no, she will say: Hahaha, I guess not. That white hand on your shoulder is not real.
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*There is a little girl in [[Generation I]] and Generation III who stands in the front of Pokémon Tower and asks, "Do you believe in ghosts?" If the player replied with a no, she will say, "Hahaha, I guess not. That white hand on your shoulder is not real."
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{{Kanto}}
 
{{Kanto}}
 
[[Category:Towers]]
 
[[Category:Towers]]

Latest revision as of 01:08, November 24, 2014

Lavendertower
The Pokémon Tower is a tower located in Lavender Town in the Kanto region. The Pokémon Tower first appeared Pokémon Red and Blue. The Pokémon Tower is a burial site for Pokémon that have died, and serves as a memorial for Pokémon. In Generation 2 and 4, the tower was changed into a Radio Tower.

Appearances Edit

Generation I Edit

MissingNo.GhostSprite

This is an example of a ghost encountered without a Silph Scope

The first time the player ventures into the Pokémon Tower, he or she usually does not have the Silph Scope. Without the Silph Scope, the player encounters unidentifiable ghosts that cannot be fought. When the player has received the Silph Scope, the ghosts are revealed to be a Gastly, Haunter, or Cubone in most encounters. At the top of the tower, there is a staircase leading to where Mr. Fuji is being held captive by Team Rocket, however, the restless ghost of a dead mother Marowak attacks the player.

Generation II Edit

The Pokémon Tower completely changed in Generation II. It became the Kanto Radio Tower. The new radio tower was just like Goldenrod's, but there is a guard that keeps the player from going upstairs. The graves located in the Pokémon Tower were relocated into a small house called Soul House. The Soul House is located at south end of Lavender Town. In generation IV, the Soul House's name was changed to "House of Memories".

PokémonEdit

Generation IEdit

Generation IIIEdit

Pokémon SpecialsEdit

ItemsEdit

Generation IEdit

Generation IIEdit

Generation IVEdit

Trivia Edit

  • The ghost in the Pokémon Tower is a sprite sometimes used during the appearance of Missingno., the most famous Glitch Pokémon.
  • There is a little girl in Generation I and Generation III who stands in the front of Pokémon Tower and asks, "Do you believe in ghosts?" If the player replied with a no, she will say, "Hahaha, I guess not. That white hand on your shoulder is not real."

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