Fuego Ironworks

Fuego Ironworks タタラせいてつじょ
Tatara Ironworks
"Home to Molten Foundries"
Fuego Ironworks Pt.png
Map description: The sprawling ironworks is located with the forest at its back.
The ironworks refines iron ore mined from Mt. Coronet to make iron and to manufacture mechanical parts.
Location: West of Route 205, north of Floaroma Town
Region: Sinnoh
Generations: IV
Sinnoh Fuego Ironworks Map.png
Location of Fuego Ironworks in Sinnoh.
Pokémon world locations

The Fuego Ironworks (Japanese: タタラせいてつじょ Tatara Ironworks) is a location in Sinnoh. Its motto is "Home to Molten Foundries." The building is owned by Mr. Fuego, a man who will give away a free Fire Stone to players who reach him in Pokémon Diamond and Pearl. In Pokémon Platinum, however, Mr. Fuego will offer the player four colored shards in trade for one Star Piece, one of each color (note that this can be repeated and thus Mr. Fuego can trade anytime should the player offer him a Star Piece). The interior of the building features spin tiles needed to navigate through the building.

It is located just north of Floaroma Town, while having the Eterna Forest at its back. It can be reached by surfing west in the stream on Route 205.

By going south and crossing the stream, the player will be able to reach the northern section of Floaroma Meadow.

The Fuego Ironworks refines iron ore mined from Mt. Coronet to make iron and to manufacture mechanical parts.

Items

Exterior

Item Location Games
  Sitrus Berry At the berry patch south of Fuego Ironworks building  D  P  Pt 
  Wepear Berry ×4 At the berry patch south of Fuego Ironworks building  D  P  Pt 
  Kelpsy Berry At the berry patch south of Fuego Ironworks building  D  P  Pt 
  Ultra Ball Northeast of the Honey Tree (hidden)  D  P 
  Ultra Ball Northwest of the Honey Tree (hidden)  Pt 
  Max Potion Between a small gap between the right side of the Ironworks building and some trees (hidden)  D  P 
  Big Mushroom Between a small gap between the right side of the Ironworks building and some trees (hidden)  Pt 

Interior

Item Location Games
  Burn Heal On the other side of the wall east of Worker Dillan, in the section below the Full Heal  D  P 
  Fire Stone In the upper-right corner of the interior  D  P  Pt 
  Rock Incense At the bottom-right area of the interior, amongst the spinning pads  D  P  Pt 
  TM35 (Flamethrower) Right next to the boiler  D  P  Pt 
  Hyper Potion In a standalone barrel at the right side of the building interior (hidden)  D  P 
  Star Piece ×2
  • In a standalone barrel at the right side of the building interior (hidden)
  • Received from Mr. Fuego upon talking to him for the first time
 Pt 
  Full Heal At a dead end above the walled-off section with two blue crates and four barrels (hidden)  D  P 
  Fire Stone Received from Mr. Fuego upon talking to him for the first time  D  P 
  Green Shard Between the twisting narrow spinning pad passage  Pt 
  Red Shard Just above Mr. Fuego's area  Pt 
  Yellow Shard Behind the blue box just north of the first spinning tiles  Pt 
  Blue Shard In a dead end directly right after the twisting narrow passage  Pt 
  Calcium Directly right from Worker Dillan, behind a wall  Pt 
  Protein At a dead end around the mid-upper-left area, northwest of Worker Holden (hidden)  Pt 

Exchange for Star Pieces

Item Location Games
  Green Shard From Mr. Fuego in exchange for a Star Piece (repeatable)  Pt 
  Red Shard From Mr. Fuego in exchange for a Star Piece (repeatable)  Pt 
  Yellow Shard From Mr. Fuego in exchange for a Star Piece (repeatable)  Pt 
  Blue Shard From Mr. Fuego in exchange for a Star Piece (repeatable)  Pt 

Pokémon

  Pokémon     Games     Location     Levels     Rate  
     
  Magnemite
D P Pt
  Grass
28-30 30%
  Magmar
D P Pt
  Grass
28-29 30% 30% 20%
  Wingull
D P Pt
  Grass
29 10%
  Shinx
D P Pt
  Grass
28 10%
  Luxio
D P Pt
  Grass
29 10%
  Pachirisu
D P Pt
  Grass
29 10%
  Floatzel
D P Pt
  Grass
29-30 25%
  Floatzel
D P Pt
  Grass
29-31 25%
  Shellos
West Sea
D P Pt
  Grass
28 20%
  Gastrodon
West Sea
D P Pt
  Grass
29-30 15%
  Gastrodon
West Sea
D P Pt
  Grass
29-31 15% 15% 25%
Surfing
  Tentacool
D P Pt
  Surfing
20-30 60%
  Tentacruel
D P Pt
  Surfing
20-40 5%
  Tentacruel
D P Pt
  Surfing
20-40 9%
  Wingull
D P Pt
  Surfing
20-30 30%
  Pelipper
D P Pt
  Surfing
20-40 5%
  Shellos
West Sea
D P Pt
  Surfing
20-30 30%
  Gastrodon
West Sea
D P Pt
  Surfing
20-40 1%
Fishing
  Magikarp
D P Pt
  Fishing
Old Rod
3-10 100%
  Magikarp
D P Pt
  Fishing
Old Rod
3-15 100%
  Magikarp
D P Pt
  Fishing
Good Rod
10-25 55%
  Finneon
D P Pt
  Fishing
Good Rod
10-25 45%
  Shellder
D P Pt
  Fishing
Super Rod
20-40 15%
  Shellder
D P Pt
  Fishing
Super Rod
20-50 15%
  Gyarados
D P Pt
  Fishing
Super Rod
30-40 40%
  Gyarados
D P Pt
  Fishing
Super Rod
30-55 40%
  Lumineon
D P Pt
  Fishing
Super Rod
20-50 45%
  Lumineon
D P Pt
  Fishing
Super Rod
30-55 45%
Swarm
  Magnemite
D P Pt
  Swarm
28-29 40%
Special Pokémon
  Hoppip
D P Pt
  Poké Radar
29 20%
  Skiploom
D P Pt
  Poké Radar
30 2%
  Aron
D P Pt
  Poké Radar
29-30 22%
  Aron
D P Pt
  Poké Radar
30-31 22%
A colored background means that the Pokémon can be found in this location in the specified game. A white background with a colored letter means that the Pokémon cannot be found here.


Additionally, wild Pokémon can appear on the Honey Tree.

Trainers

Pokémon Diamond and Pearl

Trainer Pokémon
 
Worker Dillan
イサオ Isao
Reward:  1240
  Machop Lv.31
No item
  Machoke Lv.31
No item
 
Worker Holden
シュウイチ Shūichi
Reward:  1320
  Steelix Lv.33
No item
 
Worker Conrad
シゲミチ Shigemichi
Reward:  1320
  Rapidash Lv.33
No item
Trainers with a Vs. Seeker by their names, when alerted for a rematch using the item, may use higher-level Pokémon.


Pokémon Platinum

Trainer Pokémon
 
Worker Dillan
イサオ Isao
Reward:  1320
  Machop Lv.33
No item
  Machoke Lv.33
No item
 
Worker Holden
シュウイチ Shūichi
Reward:  1280
  Magnemite Lv.32
No item
  Magnemite Lv.32
No item
  Magnemite Lv.32
No item
 
Worker Conrad
シゲミチ Shigemichi
Reward:  1400
  Magmar Lv.35
No item
Trainers with a Vs. Seeker by their names, when alerted for a rematch using the item, may use higher-level Pokémon.


Layout

Exterior

Diamond Pearl Platinum
   
 

Interior

Version Inside
Diamond  
Pearl
Platinum
 

In the anime

 
Fuego Ironworks in the anime

The Fuego Ironworks was first mentioned in Double Team Turnover!, where Mars reported that the research on the Veilstone meteorites that was being conducted there had been completed, and that the Red Chain project was nearing completion.

The Fuego Ironworks first appeared in Unlocking the Red Chain of Events!. Ash and his friends entered to rescue Looker and the Team Rocket trio from the clutches of Team Galactic. The Ironworks is also the location where Jupiter and Charon constructed the Red Chain. When they left, Charon left a fragment of the Red Chain for Looker to examine. When scanned directly into the International Police database, this caused the scanner to explode and the International Police database to be wiped.

Unlike in the games, the Fuego Ironworks in the anime is abandoned and shut down due to pollution. They have been infiltrated by Team Galactic and reactivated secretly to experiment on the Red Chain and Veilstone meteorites.

In the manga

 
Fuego Ironworks in Pokémon Adventures

Pokémon Adventures

Diamond & Pearl chapter

Fuego Ironworks first appeared in Winning Over Wingull, where Pearl arrived there by accident after getting lost from his intended route to Lake Valor. After arriving, he was reunited with the Luxray that he had encountered several weeks earlier as a Luxio. Hearing voices from within the facility, Pearl rushed in to find Mr. Fuego, who revealed that Team Galactic had used the facility to produce the parts they required for the Galactic Bomb. After defeating the Pokémon that Teams Galactic had left behind to guard the ironworks, Pearl asked Mr. Fuego for a list of parts that the villainous team had ordered.

In Cautious Clefairy, Mr. Fuego gave Pearl the list of ordered parts, which, to Pearl's confusion, revealed that Team Galactic was only building one Galactic Bomb, despite their goal being to capture all three lake guardians. He then offered to deliver some bolts and nuts to Rad Rickshaw in Eterna City in order to ask the bike shop owner why Team Galactic had held him captive earlier.

Trivia

Name origin

Fuego is the Spanish word for fire. Its Japanese name refers to 蹈鞴 tatara, foot bellows.

In other languages

Language Title
Chinese Cantonese 多多羅鐵工廠 Dōdōlòh Titgūngchóng *
多多羅製鐵廠 Dōdōlòh Jaititchóng *
Mandarin 多多羅鐵工廠 / 多多罗铁工厂 Duōduōluó Tiěgōngchǎng
  Finnish Fuegon paja
  European French Forge Fuego
  German Feuriohütte
  Italian Fonderie Fuego
  Korean 골풀무제철소 Golpulmu Jecheolso
  Polish Huta Fuego
  Brazilian Portuguese Fuego de Ferro
  European Spanish Forja Fuego
  Vietnamese Xưởng đúc Tatara




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