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Pokemon HeartGold Version – Safari Zone Guide


Safari Zone Guide (DS) by Marter

Version: 1.20 | Updated: 07/04/2010

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This calculator is a tool to help determine the encounter slots for the HeartGold & SoulSilver Safari Zone. Simply enter in the information for each field and click Calculate to determine which Pokémon occupy which encounter slots. The encounter slot tables and time for each block upgrade can be found on the Safari Zone slot webpage . Enjoy!

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Johto Route 47

Johto Route 47

Route 47 (Japanese: 47ばんどうろ Route 47 ) is a route in western Johto , connecting Route 48 and Cianwood City via the Cliff Edge Gate . It only appears in Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver .

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Route description

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Only accessible after the SecretPotion has been given to Jasmine in the Olivine Lighthouse , Route 47 is vastly different from all other routes in Johto, being carved out of the face of the sheer cliffs west of Cianwood .

The route begins rather high up as Trainers exit from Cliff Edge Gate , and heads due west past a Hiker , where it takes its first branch. From here, Trainers can go north two paces and into Cliff Cave , which connects the various levels of the route, or continue westward across a bridge in front of a roaring waterfall . There is very little across the bridge, however, as only a Camper appears, separating the player from a Revive .

Inside Cliff Cave , the player can either go up or down; each path contains its own perks. Going down and out from Cliff Cave leads the player to the sea, where they can explore, and with HM07 ( Waterfall ), climb to the only tall grass on the route.

Further west is another waterfall; climbing it will lead the player to a White Flute , otherwise obtainable only via transfer from Generation III or trading with Platinum .

The upper path will take travelers to Route 48 and Johto's brand-new Safari Zone ; a Double Team waits to challenge any player exiting the Cliff Cave. Passage is free to the west, across several bridges over beautiful waterfalls, and eventually onto a grassy path near a billboard advertising the Safari Zone. North of here are the final Trainers on the route, a Young Couple , and a bit further north, Route 48.

Places of interest

Cliff Cave assists in navigating between the levels of Route 47; going up leads to Route 48 , while going down leads to Embedded Tower and the only tall grass and surfable ocean on the route.

Embedded Tower

Accessible only with HM08 ( Rock Climb ), Embedded Tower is the whereabouts of Kyogre HG , Groudon SS , or Rayquaza (if both are captured and shown to Professor Oak ). West from the entrance to Embedded Tower is the westernmost accessible point in Johto, a small spit of beach at the bottom of climbable rocks.

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Route 47 was mentioned by Norman and Ruby in PS611 as the location of the Embedded Tower . They planned to go there to find Rayquaza , but they located it before they could even head there.

  • Young Couple Duff & Eda have received a lot of attention in the Pokémon fandom, as their Pokémon of choice, Onix and Cloyster , are together considered to be an innuendo .
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The routes in Johto have a tendency to be incredibly short, and Route 38 keeps this tradition in tact. There's three-way split path here: to avoid the wild grass entirely, you can keep to the top path, but you'll have to battle a Sailor with a Wooper, a Lass with a Flaaffy and Psyduck and a School Kid with a Mr. Mime. If you cut through the center, you'll encounter a male Birdkeeper with three Doduo and a White Apricorn tree before spilling into the bottom path, which has a Max Potion on the ground, a Beauty with a Hoppip and Skiploom, and some wild grass. The Lass on this Route asks for your phone number; like the Camper on Route 34, she may call for rematches and occasionally will give you Thunderstones, so you might want to take her number.

Route 38 also has several new Pokemon to catch. Miltank and Tauros are single-stage Normal-types that have good stats and can make useful additions to your team. Magnemite is an Electric/Steel-type with good Special Attack and Defense as well as several key resistances; catch one if you need an Electric-type but didn't get Mareep earlier. Snubbull is a decent Physical Normal-type that has the useful Intimidate ability, and SoulSilver players get Meowth, a speedy Normal-type, who learns Pay Day if you need some extra money and can also have Pickup, an ability that occasionally lets it find and hold free items after a battle. And then there's Farfetch'd who, sadly, is completely useless. You also might notice that the trainers here occasionally use MooMoo Milk to heal their Pokemon; to find out why, head west and to Route 39.

As you enter Route 39, a Gentleman named Baoba, the Safari Zone Warden, will stop you, announce that he's opening a Safari Zone in the Johto Region and give you his phone number. Route 39 is a vertical road that connects Olivine City to Moo Moo Farm, which happens to be the building to your left. If you visit the farm, you'll find a Green Apricorn tree next to the owners' house and TM60 - Drain Punch, a move that damages the opponent and heals the user, near a small tower with a blue roof at the southern end of the farm. You'll encounter another photographer who takes your picture as well as another NPC to help: one of the farm's Miltank is currently ill and it's your job to nurse it back to health. To do this, you must grow about ten Oran Berries in your Berry Pots and feed them to her. When Miltank is healed, you'll be able to buy Moo Moo Milk at the farm. Continue south.

As you continue south from the farm, you'll first encounter a male Psychic with two Slowpoke. After descending to the lower section of the route, you'll come across three more trainers: a Sailor who uses a Poliwhirl, a Raticate and a Krabby, as well as a male and a female Pokefan who both use a Pikachu. There's also a small patch of grass to the left of these trainers, but the wild Pokemon here are repeated from Route 38, so feel free to ignore it. There's nothing else to do on this Route, so walk south to reach Olivine City.

As you enter Olivine City, the first building you'll notice is the Pokemon Gym. Your Rival will emerge and announce that the Gym Leader is at Olivine Lighthouse caring for a sick Pokemon; because compassion is a foreign concept to him, he'll insult the Gym Leader and leave without a battle. Talk to the man in the nearby green-roofed house to receive a Good Rod, which allows you to fish for more than just Magikarp. Below his house are the Pokemart and Pokemon Center; inside of the Center, you can speak to the Beauty at the counter to battle her Bellossom. Northeast of the Pokemart is a pair of more green-roofed houses. In the left house, you'll find a Fisherman who offers to trade his Voltorb for a Krabby. Voltorb doesn't appear for awhile yet, so accept the deal if you want one (you can fish for Krabby in Olivine City, which means that this Fisherman is pretty lazy). Heal and then enter the Lighthouse to the southeast.

Olivine Lighthouse has six floors and, as you might expect, the Gym Leader is inconveniently tending to the sick Pokemon on the highest one. HGSS adds an elevator to the Lighthouse, which you can take straight to the top level. Grab the Super Potion on the ground and you'll notice that... the Gym Leader is blocked off. Well, what were you expecting? Return to ground level and go up the stairs to the second floor, which is a small path that has a Gentleman with a Noctowl and a Sailor with a Poliwag and Poliwhirl. Continue upstairs.

Laugh at the male Birdkeeper with five Pidgeys on the third floor and then climb up to the fourth, which has a Gentleman with more Growlithe, a Lass with a Marill and TM87 - Swagger, which confuses its target but raises that Pokemon's Attack by two levels, on the ground. Next to the Gentleman on the fourth floor, you'll notice light seeping into the room: this is your cue to leap out of the Lighthouse TO YOUR DOOM and land safely onto a lower level on the outer edge of the Lighthouse. Check the left end of this platform for a free Rare Candy and then return inside.

You'll be on a different section of the third floor, where you'll encounter another Sailor, who has two Krabby, another male Birdkeeper, who has two Spearow and a Fearow, and an Ether on the ground. Head up two more levels to reach the fifth floor, which is home to Sailor with a Poliwhirl, another Sailor who uses two Machop and a Poliwhirl, and a Super Repel on the ground. Climb to the top level and the Olivine City Gym Leader, Jasmine, will introduce herself and explain that she's watching over the Ampharos, Amphy, who uses its electricity to power the Lighthouse. Because she doesn't want to leave Amphy while it's sick, Jasmine refuses a Gym match and instead requests that you travel across the sea to Cianwood City to collect some medicine that will heal Amphy; you, of course, must do this to progress the game. Now that you have your new objective, Jasmine opens the door that blocked you out before, so take the elevator down and leave the Lighthouse.

Before you leave Olivine, Surf east from the ship dock and hug the Lighthouse's coast to find TM57 - Charge Beam, a special Electric-type attack with a 70% to boost the user's Special Attack. Leave Olivine City through the West to enter Route 40, which is a small vertical route with some land and a lot of water. On Monday, the beach is where you'll find Monica of the Weekday Siblings; if you speak to her, she'll give you a Sharp Beak, which provides a 20% power boost to Flying-type attacks. You'll notice an outpost near Monica: it's currently a dead-end, but eventually Johto's Battle Tower will open there (see guide for more).

Olivine and Cianwood City are separated by two water routes and a small chain of islands, so you'll have to teach Surf to at least one of your Pokemon; nearly every Water-type learns it. While standing next to and facing the water on Route 40, press A and your Pokemon, which still looks like a generic Wailmer-like sprite while Surfing on the overworld, will come out to ferry you. If you Surf south along the right side of the route, you'll find a small island with TM88 - Pluck, a Flying-type move that consumes the held Berry of its target.

While Surfing across the water, the main Pokemon that you'll encounter is Tentacool, which is a Water/Poison-type with great Speed and Special Defense. And, yes, Tentacool will get incredibly annoying on this trip if you don't have any Repels, but you can train some Psychic- or Electric-type Pokemon at the very least. Occasionally, you might find Tentacool's evolved form, Tentacruel, who you should battle for a good chunk of experience. There are four Swimmers on Route 40: a female with a Staryu near Pluck; a male with two Shellder and a Wartortle, who is next to another female with a Shellder and a Staryu; and, most importantly, a male with two Tentacools near the start of the route. If you want to get through this sea as fast as possible, hug the rocky barricade near this first male Swimmer; Surf south into Route 41 along this barricade.

This is where things start to get messy. Because Route 41 surrounds a chain of four islands collectively known as the Whirl Islands, there are three different paths to take and, altogether, ten Trainers to fight here. Tentacool and Tentacruel still appear, but HeartGold players will also come across the version-exclusive Mantine, a Water/Flying-type with incredibly high Special Defense, who only appears on this route, so catch it now if you want one. The quickest way to reach Cianwood is to stay on the upper path: keep going west, traveling south as little as possible, and stay against the rock barricade that began on Route 40. You should only encounter two trainers on this path: a male Swimmer with four Tentacool, a Remoraid and a Staryu, and a female Swimmer with a Psyduck and a Goldeen. Also, the Whirl Islands are blocked off by massive whirlpools at this point in the game, so just ignore them for now.

After many encounters with Tentacool, you'll reach the western tip of the Johto region: Cianwood City, a small ocean port. Heal at Pokemon Center in the southeast and then enter the building next door, which is the pharmacy that Jasmine sent you to find. Because the Lighthouse is non-operational due to Amphy's illness, and Cianwood City has been left isolated without the Lighthouse guiding traffic to the City, the man at the counter will give you a key item, the Secretpotion, to heal Amphy.

In the house next to the pharmacy, you'll find a Trainer who was just robbed by a young man with red-hair, which certainly sounds familiar. The victim is afraid that the thief will return for his last Pokemon and, for its safety, he wants you to take it for awhile. You can accept this task to receive a free level 20 Shuckle holding a Berry Juice and, unfortunately for the victim, the game doesn't even obligate you to return it, although he'll officially let you keep Shuckle if you show it to him later with high happiness. You'll see Cianwood City Gym just beyond this house, but skip it for the moment; there's first a plot development to address at the northern tip of the City.

At the highest point of the City, much like in Pokemon Crystal, Suicune will be waiting on a small, raised piece of land. As you approach, it will leap around, taking a moment to examine your character again, and then leave by running across the sea. Suddenly, Eusine will appear from behind; he'll wonder why Suicune has shown in interest in you on two different occasions and challenge you to a battle to prove himself to Suicune.

Mysticalman Eusine has three Pokemon: a level 25 Drowzee, a level 25 Haunter and a level 27 Electrode. The same Pokemon that you used against Morty can handle both Drowzee and Haunter, while strong Physical or Ground-type attacks will take down Electrode. Watch out for Drowzee and Haunter's Hypnosis as well as Electrode's Sonicboom. After the battle, Eusine congratulates you and leaves.

With the latest plot development addressed, return to Cianwood Gym, which has been changed quite a bit in HGSS: most notably, Strength is no longer a requirement to get through the Gym. The Gym Leader, Chuck, is sitting right in front the entrance, but he's meditating and won't battle you until you cut off the flow of his waterfall. With the center of his gym inhabited by a giant water-pouring platform, Chuck's gym has been divided into two sides with four levels each. The right side is completely optional, but it has a Karate Guy with a Hitmonchan (watch out for his elemental punches) and another Karate Guy with two Mankey and a Primeape. To stop the water, climb up the left side, where you'll encounter a Karate Guy with a Hitmonlee, another with a Machop and a Machoke, and a red button that, when pushed, will draw up the center platform. When you talk to Chuck now, he'll accept your challenge.

When Chuck is defeated, you'll receive TM01 - Focus Punch, an extremely powerful Physical Fighting-type attack that only works if the user isn't hit during the same turn, and the Stormbadge, which allows you to use Fly outside of battle.

When you leave Cianwood Gym, a woman outside will speak to you. She'll introduce herself as Chuck's wife and, because you defeated her husband, she'll give you HM02 - Fly, which allows you to transport instantly to any location that you've already visited. Fly can be taught to nearly any Flying-type Pokemon, at which point you can Fly back to Olivine City to deliver the Secretpotion to Jasmine. But first, you might have noticed that cave-like opening behind Cianwood's Gym; this is Cliff Edge Gate, which leads to Route 47, Route 48 and the newly-implemented Johto Safari Zone. However, because Baoba's Safari Zone is still under construction at this time, the engineers at the gate won't you let pass; you'll have to beat Jasmine first. Fly or Surf back to Olivine now.

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Pokémon Go City Safari 2023 to introduce Shiny Skiddo at 3 major cities across the globe

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Pokémon Go Safari events are heading to three cities in October and November, introducing Shiny Skiddo and other bonuses and encounter chance increases.

The event will head to Seoul, South Korea, on Oct. 7 and 8, to Barcelona, Spain on Oct. 13 and 14, and lastly to Mexico, on Nov. 4 and 5.

All three events will mainly feature the same rewards, heading to different continents to gather players from across the globe. But each one will also get something of their own.

Set off on an adventure with #PokémonGO City Safari! Featuring location-themed wild encounters and exclusive Special Research, you’ll be able to explore cities around the world with your Pokémon beside you. Learn more about Pokémon GO City Safari: https://t.co/boDpRFZfck pic.twitter.com/8EttGY5DqP — Pokémon GO (@PokemonGoApp) July 27, 2023

In these events, players will have a whole weekend to explore the city and catch rare Pokémon. They will get increased spawn chances for many Shiny Pokémon, as well as a Field Research to complete.

To enjoy the Safari to its fullest, a ticket can be purchased for around the equivalent of $13. Players will get more features for the day of their choice, including bonuses on Lure Modules, Special Trades, and buddy finds. They can also buy tickets that will be specific to some parts of the event, such as Raids or Eggs.

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The events will feature a Special Research they can complete to be rewarded an Eevee with an explorer hat with chances of getting its Shiny version.

Pokémon Go Safari-featured Shiny encounters

Every Safari event will feature different lists of Shiny Pokémon featured depending on the city, except Skiddo, which will be common to all three. They’ll also feature Unown Pokémon from the letters present in the city’s names (S, E, and O for Seoul, B, C, and N for Barcelona, and M, E, and X for the Mexico event).

For the time being, Shiny Skiddo will be exclusively available to players who participate in Safari events in person. The developer mentioned it might be available in Pokémon Go in the future but didn’t specify a time window, so they’ll likely have to be patient.

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Like all previous Pok�mon games, Pok�mon HeartGold & SoulSilver have a subplot that features an evil team trying to further their agenda which would end up with world domination. HeartGold & SoulSilver features Team Rocket in a storyline that continues on from FireRed & LeafGreen. Several people have decided to reform Team Rocket after Giovanni disbanded it three years previously. Be warned though as this page does contain spoilers for the entire game.

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Mahogany Hideout

When you get to Mahogany Town, you will learn of a radio signal being sent out causing the Gyarados in Lake of Rage to go crazy. Once you investigate and either defeat or capture the Red Gyarados, Lance, one of the strongest trainers in Johto & Kanto, will come up to you and tell you Team Rocket is to blame and requests your assistance to take them down. Return to Mahogany Town and enter the shop. Lance is there and uncovers an entrance to a Secret Hideout. You both enter to go defeat Team Rocket

When inside, you will find a variety of statues that trigger an alarm due to proximity. Each alarm brings up two Rocket Grunts for you to fight. Continue on through the area and you'll soon find a tile puzzle. There is a a small path you are capable of going through, however if you stray from the path, you will be attacked by a wild Voltorb, Geodude or Koffing. You then find some stairs. Go down there and you will soon meet Lance who will tell you there are some passwords to unlock the keys. He has found a password but you need two to access the doors.

Continue on and you'll eventually be confronted by your rival who claims you're too weak to fight Team Rocket. Nearby, you'll find another Rocket Executive, Petrel. He is disguised as Giovanni. You must battle him to get the final password to unlock the doors in the hideout

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Once you have defeated Petrel, he will disappear and you will see a Murkrow left behind. The Murkrow then runs off. Follow it and it will eventually lead you back to the big door in B2F. Once you approach the door, you will be confronted by another Rocket Executive and a grunt. They challenge you at the same time, however Lance quickly appears and joins you in order to battle Ariana and the grunt in a double battle

Once defeated, you can go into the door and Lance suggests you defeat the Electrode powering the generator in order to break the signal. Defeat the Electrode and Team Rocket is defeated in Mahogany Town.

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Goldenrod Underground & Radio Tower

Shortly after defeating them in Mahogany Town, you will discover that Team Rocket have hijacked the Goldenrod City Radio Tower and have begun sending out a signal calling out for Giovanni to rejoin them. Go to Goldenrod and you will discover that you cannot enter the Radio Tower's second floor. Go to the Underground and you will find that you can change into the Rocket Disguise usually used for photographs. With that costume on, head up to the Radio Tower.

Once there, if you try to go up to the next floor, you will be challenged as your rival appears and blows your disguise. Defeat the Rockets and climb up to the fourth floor, battling Rockets on the way. On the fourth floor, you will find the Director of the Radio Tower. Talk to him and you will soon discover that he is actually Petrel in disugise. Defeat him and you'll get the Underground Key

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With the Underground Key in hand, head to the South of the Goldenrod Underground. Continue through the underground and you'll end up having to battle your rival. Once defeated, he'll leave you be and you can continue on. The underground has a puzzle which controls the gates. Open the right gates and go through to the next floor and travel through the corridors, fighting through rockets until you hit the centre where you will find the real director. He will give you a card key that opens every door in the Radio Tower

Return to the Radio Tower and find the locked door on the third floor and head upwards. Soon after this, you will be challenged by Proton, the Rocket Executive from the Slowpoke Well.

Defeat him and continue on and you'll soon end up facing the next Rocket Executive, Ariana

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Once you have defeated Ariana, you can then access the lift upwards to the top of the Radio Tower. Once you get to the top, you will see the new Rocket Leader, Archer. He will continue to state that Team Rocket will prevail and that Giovanni will return. He then challenges you.

Defeat him and he will admit defeat and disband Team Rocket. The Director will then come and reward you the Rainbow or Silver Feathers depending upon your version.

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Cerulean City

When you get to Kanto, you will discover that the electricity is out across Kanto preventing the Magnet Train from running and the Kanto Radio Tower from being operational. Go to the Power Plant and you will learn a shady character has been spotted in Cerulean City and may be the one who stole the part preventing electricity from being generated.

Go to Cerulean Gym and you will encounter a Rocket. He will quickly rush out of the gym. Follow him and you will find him at Route 24 where he will quickly try to hide. Talk to him and he will challenge you to a battle.

Once you defeat him, he'll hear that Team Rocket has disbanded and will learn his mistakes and tell you that the Machine Part he stole from the Power Plant is stored within the LifeRings in Cerulean City Gym. Team Rocket is now defeated.

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