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Oreburgh Cityクロガネシティ Kurogane City
City of Energy
|Connecting routes:||North - Route 205|
West - Route 204
|Name:||Oreburgh City Gym|
Oreburgh City is known as the "City of Energy". Buildings here include Pokemon Center, Pokemart, the Gym Leader, Roark, Oreburgh Mining Museum, and Oreburgh Mine. At the north, it is Route 207, but is inaccessible without a bike. To the west, it is Oreburgh Gate. Oreburgh Mine is at the south. Oreburgh city is west of Jubilife City
PokéMart Merchandize[edit | edit source]
|Poké Ball||200||An item to catch Pokémon.|
|Potion||300||Restores HP of a Pokémon by 20 points.|
|Antidote||100||Heals a Pokémon from poisoning.|
|Parlyz Heal||200||Heals a Pokémon from paralysis.|
|Tunnel Mail||50||Stationery featuring a print of a dimly lit coal mine. Let a Pokémon hold it for delivery.|
|Heal Ball||300||A remedial Poké Ball that restores the caught Pokémon's HP and eliminates any staus problem.|
|Net Ball||1000||A somewhat different Poké Ball that works especially well on Water- and Bug-type Pokémon.|
Oreburgh Pokémon Gym[edit | edit source]
This is the first gym you come across in the whole Sinnoh region. You have to find Roark from the Oreburgh Mine because he is not there the first time you visit the city. He uses Rock-type Pokémon. The road towards the Gym Leader is straightforward. You can avoid the trainers there and battle the Gym Leader directly. However, you are encouraged to battle the trainers to earn experience points and cash, so that you are ready to battle with the Gym Leader.
Trainers[edit | edit source]
Youngster Jonathon[edit | edit source]
Youngster Colin[edit | edit source]
|Geodude ♂||Onix ♂|
|Lv. 7||Lv. 7|
Gym Leader Roark[edit | edit source]
It is recommended that you use a Grass-type or Water-type Pokémon to exploit Roark's Pokémon weakness. If you chose Chimchar at the beginning, it will be difficult to battle, so you have to catch a Pokémon that can exploit his Pokémon, such as Machop.
|Geodude ♂||Onix ♂||Cranidos ♂|
|Lv. 12||Lv. 12||Lv. 14|
Events[edit | edit source]
Inaccessible Gym[edit | edit source]
When you first visit Oreburgh City, a Youngster will talk to you and bring you to a Gym. Your rival is standing at the entrance, apparently he had defeated the Gym Leader. He said that the Gym Leader is not at the gym, he is currently at Oreburgh Mine mining rocks. Head to Oreburgh Mine to find him.
Trading for a Machop[edit | edit source]
Oreburgh Mining Museum[edit | edit source]
This is the place where you can extract Pokémon from fossils. Talk to the impatient man at the counter to extract the fossils. He can extract fossils later when you complete more of your adventure.
Get Free Goodies[edit | edit source]
Tour the town and get free items! Talk to the worker near the mine to receive a free Super Potion. Then go to the house at the east to get Great Ball. Go to the house at the extreme left (near Oreburgh Gate) to get Dusk Ball.
To Eterna City![edit | edit source]
You can access Eterna City directly at Route 207. But it is inaccessible without a bike. So you have to go back to Jubilife City and head north to make a detour to Eterna City. You will get bumped by your friend when you are heading to the Oreburgh Mine, he will explain for you and then run off to Eterna City.
Quick Walkthrough[edit | edit source]