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The Lake of Rage, also known as Pokémon_List/Gyarados Lake, is a location in North Western Johto. It is located just north of Mahogany Town, connected to it by Route 43, making it the northern-most accessible point of the Johto region. A large lake spans the area of the Lake of Rage, with a few residents living nearby. It is said to be the largest lake in the region. West of the lake lies a labyrinth of trees, which hides a house.
It is said the Lake of Rage was created the last time many Gyarados got together and stirred up a storm. The crater that remained filled with rainwater and became the Lake of Rage. In the middle of the lake dwells a Shiny Gyarados that had recently became irritable due to the radio waves transmitted by Team Rocket from their hideout in Mahogany Town. The Lake of Rage was considered a dangerous place to go, as the Red Gyarados started tipping over boats and scaring swimmers.
The Lake of Rage is located north of Route 43. Along the way to the Lake of Rage, the player will meet several members of Team Rocket. By surfing into the middle of the lake, the player will encounter a Red Gyarados. After catching, defeating or fleeing from it, the player will receive a Red Scale. Lance, of the Elite Four, will be waiting for the player on the shore afterwards, and will speak of the secret Team Rocket HQ in Mahogany Town.
To the northwest of the lake, there is a house hidden within a labyrinth of trees. Inside, a man will give players TM10 (Hidden Power) for locating the reclusive house. The path to this house begins in Route 43, on the western side.
Southeast of the lake is another house, where a Fishing Guru resides. His greatest dream is to see the world's largest Magikarp, and he regularly measures those brought to him in order to realize it. If the player brings him a large enough Magikarp, he will give the player an Ether as a prize.
The player can also Fly to the Lake of Rage.
|Red Scale||Defeat the Red Gyarados.|
Unless stated otherwise, all levels in this chart are of Difficulty 0.
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For a list for all locations see: Pokémon Locations
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