Route 11

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Route 11 — Kanto

Overview

Location

A positional vantage point of Route 11 in Kanto.

Land Pokémon

Average levels
17
Members-only
1
Extremely Rares
1

Water Pokémon

Average levels
16
Members-only
0
Extremely Rares
0

Resources

Battleable NPCs
10
Ground-lootable items
4
Berry trees
2

Adjacent areas

Vermilion City Route 11 Route 12

Route 11 is a Kanto route that is interlocated between Vermilion City and Route 12, serving as a junctional route therebetween.

This route becomes immediately accessible from the contiguous Vermilion City upon obtaining the Thunder Badge from Vermilion Gym; before then, you will be occluded by an NPC who enjoins you to challenge Lt. Surge before proceedingly advancing onto this route.

The eastern gatehouse leads to Route 12, which paves the fastest-travellable path from Vermilion City to Fuchsia City; however, until the roadblocking Snorlax on the bridge is woken up, you will not be able to pass through the trisection to other contiguous areas. The only pathway to reach Lavender Town for the first time—and Celadon City at its ultimacy, for the fourth badge in Kanto’s successional line of gyms—is from the Rock Tunnel, which is reachable on Route 10 (eastwards of Cerulean City).

Notable miscellanies

Diglett’s Cave

Main article: Diglett’s Cave

Diglett’s Cave can be found north of the brook in the southwesternmost segment of the route.

It interconnects Route 2 to this route, thereby providing an on-foot shortcut between the two areas. Once the digway outlets of the cave on both routes have been interacted with, you can travel through the burrows for an even more expeditious shortcut, contingent that you have a Dig-toting Pokémon on-hand with 150-plus happiness points.

Abra porter

Contingent that you are a Kanto champion and that you have a Pokémon with the Teleport technique on-hand, the Magnemite wending nearby Diglett’s Cave will teleport you across the route for a fee of 750.

Wild Pokémon

Land

Pokémon Level range Times Held Item Rarity Tier
Drowzee 15-19 Morning Night TwistedSpoon Common
Ekans 15-17 Morning Day Night Common
Hypno 18-20 Morning Night Uncommon
Magnemite 16-18 Day Metal Coat Common
Meowth 15-17 Morning Night Common
Noctowl 17-18 Night Common
Pidgeotto 17-17 Morning Day Common
Pidgey 15-18 Morning Day Common
Pidgey 15-18 Morning Day Common
Raticate 18 Morning Day Night Oran Berry Common
Rattata 15-18 Morning Oran Berry Common
Sandshrew 15-18 Day Common
Snorlax 20 Day Leftovers Rare
Spearow 14-19 Morning Night Sharp Beak Common
  • Pink-colored names denote that this Pokémon is exclusively encounterable for members in this area
  • Emboldened levels indicate they are isolatable with the Repel trick

Water

Surfing

Pokémon Level range Times Held Item Rod Rarity Tier
Krabby 10-20 Morning Day Night Common
Tentacool 17-19 Morning Day Night Common
  • Pink-colored names denote that this Pokémon is exclusively encounterable for members in this area
  • Emboldened levels indicate they are isolatable with the Repel trick

Fishing

Pokémon Level range Times Held Item Rod Rarity Tier
Goldeen 10-20 Morning Day Night Common
Gyarados 20-22 Morning Day Night Uncommon
Horsea 10-20 Morning Day Night Dragon Scale Common
Magikarp 10-19 Morning Day Night Common
Poliwag 10-20 Night Kings Rock Uncommon
Psyduck 10-20 Morning Day Night Common
Seaking 17-20 Morning Day Night Uncommon
Shellder 15-21 Night Uncommon
Slowpoke 10-20 Morning Common
  • Pink-colored names denote that this Pokémon is exclusively encounterable for members in this area.
  • All Pokémon tabulated here can only be encountered via fishing; they are not Surf-encounterable.

Headbuttable trees

Pokémon Levels Rarity Tier
Silcoon 18-22 Common
Rattata 18-22 Common
Caterpie 18-22 Common
Pidgey 18-22 Common
Natu 18-22 Uncommon
Pinsir 18-22 Rare

Items

Natural resources

Item Quantity Cooldown Location
Awakening 1 Not respawnable North of the wending Magnemite porter on the west.
Escape Rope 1 Not respawnable Hidden item. Shrouded underneath the boulder nearby the gatehouse.
Great Ball 1 Not respawnable Next to the fence barricading the gatehouse.
Revive 1 Not respawnable In the middle of a square of grass surrounded by roads west of the east gate.
TM114Rock Smash 1 Not respawnable Claimable from one of Professor Oak’s aides upstairs in the gatehouse.
Chesto Berry 1-3 3 days The berry-tree allotment northward of the gatehouse.
Persim Berry 1-3 3 days The berry-tree allotment northward of the gatehouse.
Leppa Berry 1-3 1 day A randomized eventuality of all Headbuttable trees.
Lum Berry 1-3 1 day A randomized eventuality of all Headbuttable trees.
Sitrus Berry 1-3 1 day A randomized eventuality of all Headbuttable trees.
Pomeg Berry 1-3 1 day A randomized eventuality of all Headbuttable trees.
Kelpsy Berry 1-3 1 day A randomized eventuality of all Headbuttable trees.
Qualot Berry 1-3 1 day A randomized eventuality of all Headbuttable trees.
Hondew Berry 1-3 1 day A randomized eventuality of all Headbuttable trees.
Grepa Berry 1-3 1 day A randomized eventuality of all Headbuttable trees.
Tamato Berry 1-3 1 day A randomized eventuality of all Headbuttable trees.

NPC Trainers

Route 11 Trainers

Youngster Eddie

Ekans
Lv. 29

Youngster Dave

Weepinbell
Lv. 26
Pinsir
Lv. 26

Youngster Dillon

Sandshrew
Lv. 26
Zubat
Lv. 26

Engineer Braxton

Magneton
Lv. 29

Gamer Darian

Growlithe
Lv. 26
Vulpix
Lv. 27

Youngster Yasu

Drowzee
Lv. 26
Tangela
Lv. 26
Fearow
Lv. 27

Gamer Dirk

Voltorb
Lv. 26
Magnemite
Lv. 28

Gamer Jasper

Seedot
Lv. 26
Exeggcute
Lv. 27

Chef Bernie

Lickitung
Lv. 26
Stunfisk
Lv. 26

Gamer Hugo

Poliwag
Lv. 26
Poliwhirl
Lv. 27

All NPCs cool down after 7 days unless noted contrariwise.


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