Viridian Forest

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Viridian Forest Map

Viridian Forest is a forest which lies between Viridian City and Pewter City in the middle of Route 2 with both the north and south entrances of Viridian Forest open to the route. The deep and sprawling forest is said to be a natural maze as many people get lost inside. The trees in the forest are so thick that little light gets in, and because of this the forest is full of Bug- and Flying-type Pokémon that attract Bug Catchers and other Trainers.

Geography

Viridian Forest is a deep and sprawling woodland expanding across Route 2 reaching to Pewter City in the north and to Viridian City in the south, giving the forest its name. The trees in this area have grown so dense that light has trouble getting through, and because of this the forest seems dark and gloomy. The path across to each terminus winds its way around the dense layers of trees, creating a giant labyrinth many liken to a natural maze, as many people get lost inside. The entrance to the forest seems to be light and airy: the trees are not as thick and sunlight is able to get in fine. The trees stand tall and the grass appears to be long and unmaintained, while trees in the distance appear to be shadowed.

Because of its dark and shady environment, Viridian Forest hosts a large array of different Bug-type Pokémon. They are not particularly powerful, but they will cause status conditions such as paralysis and poison. It is advised from sign posts and even from other Trainers that Trainers should buy status condition healing items such as Antidote and Paralyze Heal before entering the forest. Pokémon such as Caterpie, Weedle, Metapod, and Kakuna inhabit trees and tall grass, allowing themselves to stay hidden from predators. Viridian Forest is also one of the locations where Trainers can seek wild Pikachu as well as under-leveled Pidgeotto, making the forest a very exclusive place to find Pokémon. Bug Catchers, that own common bug Pokémon such as Caterpie and Weedle, come here in groups from Viridian and Pewter to battle and train.

Items

Image Name Description Location
TMPsychic.png TM 09 Teaches "Psych Up" to a Pokémon In the sunken dead end section in the south east corner.
Dire Hit.png Dire Hit An item that raises the critical-hit ratio greatly. It can be used only once and wears off if the Pokémon is withdrawn. In the curve directly east of the north exit.
Leaf Stone.png Leaf Stone A peculiar stone that can make certain species of Pokémon evolve. It has an unmistakable leaf pattern. In the south west section of the map on a small raised section just north of a ledge.
Full Restore.png Full Restore A medicine that can be used to fully restore the HP of a single Pokémon and heal any status conditions it has. At the end of a raised path directly south from the north exit. (Hidden)
Max Ether.png Max Ether This medicine can fully restore the PP of a single selected move that has been learned by a Pokémon. In the grass in the very south western most corner. (Hidden)
Big Mushroom.png Big Mushroom A very large and rare mushroom. It's popular with a certain class of collectors and sought out by them. On the open raised platform along the east side of the map just south of the bug catcher. (Hidden)
Big Mushroom.png Big Mushroom A very large and rare mushroom. It's popular with a certain class of collectors and sought out by them. On the west side in the north corner of the highest section. (Hidden)
Tiny Mushroom.png Tiny Mushroom A very small and rare mushroom. It's popular with a certain class of collectors and sought out by them. In the wall directly north of the south entrance. (Hidden)
Tiny Mushroom.png Tiny Mushroom A very small and rare mushroom. It's popular with a certain class of collectors and sought out by them. In the corner of the north-west corned of the east most bend. (Hidden)
Beedrillite.png Beedrillite One variety of the mysterious Mega Stones. Have Beedrill hold it, and this stone will enable it to Mega Evolve during battle. Near the top of the the northwestern most bend in the path.

Pokémon

Unless stated otherwise, all levels in this chart are of Difficulty 0.

Pokémon Location Levels Rate Morning Rate Day Rate Evening Rate Night
010 Caterpie Grass Grass encounter.png 3-8 20% 20% 20% 0%
011 Metapod Grass Grass encounter.png 7-11 15% 15% 15% 0%
012 Butterfree Grass Grass encounter.png 10-13 5% 5% 5% 0%
013 Weedle Grass Grass encounter.png 3-8 20% 20% 20% 0%
014 Kakuna Grass Grass encounter.png 7-11 15% 15% 15% 0%
015 Beedrill Grass Grass encounter.png 10-13 5% 5% 5% 0%
016 Pidgey Grass Grass encounter.png 3-7 10% 15% 10% 0%
017 Pidgeotto Grass Grass encounter.png 7 4% 9% 4% 0%
017 Pidgeotto Grass Grass encounter.png 4-7 6% 6% 6% 5%
163 Hoothoot Grass Grass encounter.png 3-5 0% 0% 0% 80%
164 Noctowl Grass Grass encounter.png 7 0% 0% 0% 15%

For a list for all locations see: Pokémon Locations

Trainers

Unless stated otherwise, all levels in this chart are of Difficulty 0.

Label Name Image Pokémon Reward
A Bug Catcher Abner Bug Catcher.png 012 Butterfree Lv.44
015 Beedrill Lv.44
025 Pikachu Lv.44
Pokémon Dollar704
B Bug Catcher Ellis Bug Catcher.png 013 Weedle Lv.28
014 Kakuna Lv.38
015 Beedrill Lv.48
Pokémon Dollar736
C Bug Catcher Stacey Bug Catcher.png 011 Metapod Lv.52
011 Metapod Lv.56
011 Metapod Lv.60
Pokémon Dollar960
D Bug Catcher Dion Bug Catcher.png 168 Ariados Lv.50 Pokémon Dollar800
D Bug Catcher Dane Bug Catcher.png 015 Beedrill Lv.48
012 Butterfree Lv.48
Pokémon Dollar768

Gallery

Version History

Version Changes
0.46 Implemented.
0.52 Visual update
0.55 Beedrillite added
List of Places.

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Cities and Towns
Vermilion City | Cerulean City | Lavender Town | Pewter City | Viridian City | Saffron City
Celadon City | Fuchsia City | Pallet Town | Cinnabar Island

Routes
Route 1 | Route 2 | Route 3 | Route 4 | Route 5 | Route 6 | Route 7 | Route 8 | Route 9 | Route 10
Route 11 | Route 12 | Route 13 | Route 14 | Route 15 | Route 16 | Route 17 | Route 18 | Route 19
Route 20 | Route 21 | Route 22 | Route 24 | Route 25

Landmarks
Viridian Forest | Diglett's Cave | Mt. Moon | Rock Tunnel | Power Plant | S.S. Aqua
Seafoam Islands | Cerulean Cave | Ancient Ruins | Millennial Star Tower


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Landmarks

Indigo Plateau

Route 23 | Route 26
Route 27 | Route 28

Tohjo Falls | Victory Road | Mt. Silver


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Cities/Towns
New Bark Town | Cherrygrove City | Violet City | Azalea Town | Goldenrod City | Ecruteak City
Olivine City | Cianwood City | Safari Zone Gate | Mahogany Town | Blackthorn City

Routes
Route 29 | Route 30 | Route 31 | Route 32 | Route 33 | Route 34 | Route 35 | Route 36 | Route 37
Route 38 | Route 39 | Route 40 | Route 41 | Route 42 | Route 43 | Route 44 | Route 45 | Route 46
Route 47 | Route 48 | Route 49 | Route 50

Landmarks
Dark Cave | Sprout Tower | Ruins of Alph | Union Cave | Slowpoke Well | Ilex Forest
Radio Tower | National Park | Burned Tower | Tin Tower | Shining Lighthouse | S.S. Aqua
Cliff Cave | Safari Zone | Mt. Mortar | Lake of Rage | Team Rocket HQ | Whirl Islands | Ice Path
Dragon's Den | Embedded Tower | Diamond Dive | Berry Vista | Twirl Forest | Hidden Grotto


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Cities/Towns
One Island | Two Island | Three Island | Four Island | Five Island | Six Island | Seven Island

Routes
Treasure Beach | Kindle Road | Cape Brink | Three Isle Port | Bond Bridge | Five Isle Meadow
Memorial Pillar | Water Labyrinth | Resort Gorgeous | Water Path | Green Path | Outcast Island
Ruin Valley | Tower Straits | Canyon Entrance | Sevault Canyon | Tanoby Ruins

Landmarks
Kolben Tower | Mt. Ember | Three Isle Path | Berry Forest | Icefall Cave | Rocket Warehouse
Lost Cave | Altering Cave | Pattern Bush | Dotted Hole |Trainer Tower | Tanoby Chambers
Faraway Island | Underwater Cave


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Liberty Garden


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