Canalave City

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Canalave City — Sinnoh

Overview

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Location

A positional vantage point of Canalave City in Sinnoh.

File:Mine Badge.png

Canalave City Gym

Gym-leader
Byron
Type specialty
Steel
Badge
Mine Badge

Resources

Battleable NPCs
6
Ground-lootable items
1
Berry trees
0

Adjacent areas

Canalave City Route 218

Canalave City is a Sinnoh city located west of Route 218. Being the harbor of the Sinnoh region, it is possible to return to other regions or sail to Iron Island by talking to Sailor Danny.

On top of Barry and the local gym, there are a few NPCs coming back from previous regions, such as the PvP coin trader, making it one of the biggest city of the region.

Notable miscellanies

Barry

When first arriving to Canalave City, Barry will be blocking the bridge. He will fight the player with a team that varies depending on the player’s starter choice: On top of a Staraptor and his newly addition, a Heracross, he will have one pokemon of each starter type, with one of them being the final evolution of the starter strong against the player’s starter, and the two others being either Floatzel, Roserade or Rapidash. He shouldn’t be underestimated, as his team is estimated to be level 60.

Win or lose, he will leave after the fight, making it impossible to rechallenge him.

After completing the city’s gym, Barry will appear at the exit. He will ask the player to come at the library, which is the north-westmost building. Following Barry to the top floor, Professor Rowan will be there and ask the player to head to Lake Valor, which is located midway between Veilstone City and Pastoria City.

Canalave Harbor

Canalave is home to the harbor where it is possible to travel to other regions, at the condition that the player has completed the Sinnoh Elite Four as well as the Elite Four of the region he or she wishes to travel to. The fee will be 5,000, unless the player has an active Transit Pass.

Iron Island

Main article: Iron Island

On top of the regional harbors, the option to travel to Iron Island is also given in Canalave only. Travelling there is free, and there are no condition that the player must fulfill in order to travel there. Barry even suggests training there if the player lost to him in his Canalave City encounter.

PvP Coin Master

Main article: PvP Coins

Kanto‘s iteration of the PvP Coin Master will exchange prizes in return for PvP Coins—a currency that is attained from winning ranked PvP battles.

Caught Date Checker

The Caught Data Checker is located in the Pokemon Center. He will determine the exact time a Pokémon has been caught at.

Cooldown Checkers

In the south-eastmost house are located both the Boss Cooldown Checker and the Extra Cooldown Checker.

The Boss Cooldown Checker will state whether or not each individual boss is available to fight or not, and if they are not available, how much time remaining there is before the player can fight them again.

The Extra Cooldown Checker will check the following:

  • Battle Tower
  • Bug Contest
  • Sinnoh Underground
  • Transit Pass (How much time remaining if it is active)

Mysterious Cultist

The Mysterious Cultist is located in the north-east corner of the city. Once in a while, a World Quest will be triggered, in which all players in the server must hunt a specific given Pokemon and sacrifice them to the Cultist. Scores are based on total IVs of the Pokemon, and both an individual and server scores are accumulated with each sacrificed Pokemon. Participation awards up to 2 Mysterious Tickets, depending on if individual and server quotas were reached.

Items

Lootable items

Item Quantity Cooldown Location
Big Pearl 1 Not respawnable Hidden item. On the northmost reachable tree in the south-west corner, accessible by surfing south the water.

Pokémart

Canalave City Mart
Item Price
Pokeball 200
Great Ball 600
Hyper Potion 1,200
Revive 1,500
Super Repel 500
Burn Heal 250
Awakening 250
Escape Rope 550
Ice Heal 250

NPC Trainers

Canalave City Trainers

Barry

Staraptor
Lv. ??
Heracross
Lv. ??
Floatzel
Lv. ??
Roserade
Lv. ??
Infernape
Lv. ??

Notes: Barry’s lineup if the player chose Turtwig as the starter. He does not award any money or experience.

Barry

Staraptor
Lv. ??
Roserade
Lv. ??
Heracross
Lv. ??
Rapidash
Lv. ??
Empoleon
Lv. ??

Notes: Barry’s lineup if the player chose Chimchar as the starter. He does not award any money or experience.

Barry

Staraptor
Lv. ??
Floatzel
Lv. ??
Rapidash
Lv. ??
Heracross
Lv. ??
Torterra
Lv. ??

Notes: Barry’s lineup if the player chose Piplup as the starter. He does not award any money or experience.

All NPCs cool down after 7 days unless noted contrariwise.

Canalave Gym

Canalave City’s Gym layout is a multi-floor maze. There are multiple platforms with yellow ones moving one floor up or down, and red ones moving in a straight line within the same floor. The only exceptions are the north-west one on the 1st floor which is a one-way from Byron’s floor, and the center north one of the 1st floor which brings the player up 3 floors to Byron’s floor, making it the destination.

Following the Walkthrough maps, the way to Byron is fairly simple. After taking the ‘D’ platform, the way will be a single path up to 3F. On 3F, take the west platform, then the northmost platform and the rest of the path will be a single path again up to Byron.

The gym-greeter does not sell or teach any move after defeating Byron. Although he suggests to go to the next gym, there will be story events to do beforehand.

  • 1F

  • 2F

  • 3F

Gym trainers

Canalave City Trainers

Worker Gary

Steelix
Lv. 55
Steelix
Lv. 55

Worker Amo

Metagross
Lv. 55
Scizor
Lv. 57

Explorer David

Steelix
Lv. 53
Aggron
Lv. 56

Blackbelt Cesar

Skarmory
Lv. 54
Lucario
Lv. 57

Worker Gerardo

Steelix
Lv. 54
Probopass
Lv. 57

All NPCs cool down after 7 days unless noted contrariwise.

Byron

Byron is the second gym leader to specialize in the Steel type. And unlike previous Gym leaders of the region, he does not hold back, having a full team of 5 fully evolved Pokemons knowing some of the best moves. With almost all of his team potentially having Sturdy, Fire type Pokémons are discouraged as they will take back many super effective moves in return. Steel and Fighting types are thus the best choice of Pokemons, as they will not take back super effective moves on a Sturdy trigger. However, they both have to be careful of Bronzong due to its Psychic typing and its potential Levitate. His last Pokémon, Aggron, also have a large chance of killing the player’s Pokémon with a Sturdy plus either Avalanche or Metal Burst. Although at that point, any Pokémon can take the remaining HP down and snatch the win.

Byron
Bronzong
Move Type Category Base Power Accuracy
Extrasensory Psychic Special 80 100
Flash Cannon Steel Special 80 100
Light Screen Psychic Status
Stealth Rock Rock Status
Steelix
Move Type Category Base Power Accuracy
Autotomize Steel Status
Earthquake Ground Physical 100 100
Flash Cannon Steel Special 80 100
Ice Fang Ice Physical 65 95
Magneton
Move Type Category Base Power Accuracy
Flash Cannon Steel Special 80 100
Metal Sound Steel Status 85
Thunderbolt Electric Special 90 100
Tri Attack Normal Special 80 100
Bastiodon
Move Type Category Base Power Accuracy
Flash Cannon Steel Special 80 100
Iron Defense Steel Status
Stone Edge Rock Physical 100 80
Roar Normal Status
  • Emboldened moves avail from a STAB bonus when deployed by that Pokémon.
  • Italicized moves are functionally broken; see their individualized pages for more information.


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