Lake of Outrage

Not to be confused with the Lake of Rage, an area in the Johto region.
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Lake of Outrage げきりんの湖
Lake of Imperial Rage
"Wild Missingno. appeared!"
Lake of Outrage SwSh.png
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Location: Wild Area
Region: Galar
Generations: VIII
Galar Lake of Outrage Map.png
Location of Lake of Outrage in Galar.
Pokémon world locations

The Lake of Outrage (Japanese: げきりんの湖 Lake of Imperial Rage) is a part of the Wild Area in the Galar region, located in the northwest of the northern portion of the Wild Area.

Geography

The Lake of Outrage begins with a small patch of water that connects to the southwest of Giant's Cap. To the west, across the water, there is land. This area contains three patches of grass and a stone circle which surrounds a Pokémon Den. Another Pokémon Den is in the northernmost part of the area.

Items

Since accessing Lake of Outrage requires Rotom Bike Water Mode, so too does obtaining any of the items herein.

Item Location Games
  TM65 (Shadow Claw) By the tree on the shelf of land at the north end of the lake  Sw  Sh 
  Focus Sash On the northwest island, by the wall in the southwest  Sw  Sh 
  Assault Vest On the northwest island, by the tree in the northeast  Sw  Sh 

Hidden items

Unless otherwise stated, hidden items in the Wild Area regenerate every day. In many of these cases, they can also regenerate as different items.

Every item that regenerates every day can also rarely regenerate as a Wishing Piece (at approximately a 1% chance).

Item Location Games
  Pearl
  • In the lake, in a small nook along the west cliff wall
  • In the lake, west of the den along the island's cliff
  • In the lake, north of the den along the island's cliff
  • In the lake, along the east cliff wall near the north shelf of land
 Sw  Sh 
  Big Pearl
  Pearl String
  Tiny Mushroom On the northwest island, by the northeast tree  Sw  Sh 
  Big Mushroom
  Balm Mushroom
  Revive On the northwest island, in the southeast, along the large spine of rock  Sw  Sh 
  Max Revive
Stone ring

On the outer side of each stone in the stone ring in the northwest of the island, an Evolution stone may appear as a hidden item. These items each have approximately a 33% chance to reappear each day.

Item Location Games
  Dawn Stone By the south stone  Sw  Sh 
  Ice Stone By the southwest stone  Sw  Sh 
  Leaf Stone By the west stone  Sw  Sh 
  Water Stone By the northwest stone  Sw  Sh 
  Thunder Stone By the north stone  Sw  Sh 
  Fire Stone By the northeast stone  Sw  Sh 
  Dusk Stone By the east stone  Sw  Sh 
  Shiny Stone By the southeast stone  Sw  Sh 

100-Watt gifts

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Hikers and Fishers may appear throughout the Lake of Outrage to offer the player a random item for 100 Watts.

Berry tree

Shaking a Berry tree can yield Berries, but a Pokémon may be shaken loose instead and steal some of the Berries after a battle.

Item Location Games
  Yache Berry Can fall from the Berry tree  Sw  Sh 
  Shuca Berry Can fall from the Berry tree  Sw  Sh 
  Charti Berry Can fall from the Berry tree  Sw  Sh 
  Haban Berry Can fall from the Berry tree  Sw  Sh 
  Petaya Berry Can fall from the Berry tree  Sw  Sh 
  Apicot Berry Can fall from the Berry tree  Sw  Sh 
  Leftovers Can fall from the Berry tree  Sw  Sh 

Pokémon

After the player starts the Darkest Day or has caught Eternatus, all Pokémon in the Wild Area become level 60 (unless they are already at or above level 60).

Random encounters

Pokémon Games Location Levels Rate
                 
Sw Sh 50-52 40%
Sw Sh 50-52 33%
Sw Sh 50-52 35%
Sw Sh 50-52 13%
Sw Sh 50-52 2%
Sw Sh 50-52 13%
Sw Sh 50-52 25%
Sw Sh 50-52 5% 5%
Sw Sh 50-52 2%
Sw Sh 50-52 38%
Sw Sh 50-52 1%
Sw Sh 50-52 35%
Sw Sh 50-52 33%
Sw Sh 50-52 30%
Sw Sh 50-52 25%
Sw Sh 50-52 25%
Sw Sh 50-52 16%
Sw Sh 50-52 10%
Sw Sh 50-52 2%
Sw Sh 50-52 2%
Sw Sh 50-52 10%
Sw Sh 50-52 13%
Sw Sh 50-52 25%
Sw Sh 50-52 2%
Sw Sh 50-52 2%
Sw Sh 50-52 2%
Sw Sh 50-52 20%
Sw Sh 50-52 2%
Sw Sh 50-52 13%
Sw Sh 50-52 2%
Sw Sh 50-52 5% 5%
Sw Sh 50-52 2%
Sw Sh 50-52 40% 20% 20% 20% 20% 20% 20% 20% 23%
Sw Sh 50-52 40% 20% 20% 15% 20% 15% 20% 21% 23%
Sw Sh 50-52 13%
Sw Sh 50-52 23%
Sw Sh 50-52 25%
Sw Sh 50-52 35%
Sw Sh 50-52 38%
Sw Sh 50-52 25%
Sw Sh 50-52 13%
Sw Sh 50-52 15%
Sw Sh 50-52 25%
Sw Sh 50-52 25%
Sw Sh 50-52 25% 2%
Sw Sh 50-52 25% 2%
Sw Sh 50-52 40%
Sw Sh 50-52 6%
Sw Sh 50-52 40%
Sw Sh 50-52 2% 5%
Sw Sh 50-52 2% 5%
Sw Sh 50-52 14%
Sw Sh 50-52 14%
Sw Sh 50-52 2%
Sw Sh 50-52 1% 2% 2%
Berry trees
Sw Sh 50-52 5%
Sw Sh 50-52 95%
Fishing
Sw Sh 50-52 5%
Sw Sh 50-52 35%
Sw Sh 50-52 10%
Sw Sh 50-52 50%
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.


Visible encounters

Pokémon Games Location Levels Rate
                 
Sw Sh 55-58 25%
Sw Sh 55-58 25%
Sw Sh 55-58 13%
Sw Sh 55-58 10%
Sw Sh 55-58 30%
Sw Sh 55-58 2%
Sw Sh 55-58 2%
Sw Sh 55-58 1%
Sw Sh 55-58 5%
Sw Sh 55-58 25%
Sw Sh 55-58 24%
Sw Sh 55-58 15%
Sw Sh 55-58 2% 2%
Sw Sh 55-58 30%
Sw Sh 55-58 35%
Sw Sh 55-58 30%
Sw Sh 55-58 13%
Sw Sh 55-58 30%
Sw Sh 55-58 13%
Sw Sh 55-58 13%
Sw Sh 55-58 25% 20%
Sw Sh 55-58 30%
Sw Sh 55-58 32%
Sw Sh 55-58 30%
Sw Sh 55-58 32%
Sw Sh 55-58 14%
Sw Sh 55-58 10%
Sw Sh 55-58 5%
Sw Sh 55-58 1%
Sw Sh 55-58 20% 20% 20% 20% 20% 13% 20% 23% 20%
Sw Sh 55-58 25%
Sw Sh 55-58 25%
Sw Sh 55-58 25%
Sw Sh 55-58 5%
Sw Sh 55-58 25%
Sw Sh 55-58 25%
Sw Sh 55-58 5%
Sw Sh 55-58 2%
Sw Sh 55-58 5%
Sw Sh 55-58 27%
Sw Sh 55-58 29%
Sw Sh 55-58 25%
Sw Sh 55-58 12%
Sw Sh 55-58 25%
Sw Sh 55-58 4%
Sw Sh 55-58 2%
Sw Sh 55-58 1% 1% 2% 2%
Surfing
Sw Sh 40-43 30% 45% 40% 30% 15% 10% 25% 35% 45%
Sw Sh 40-43 65% 50% 55% 65% 30% 20% 70% 60% 50%
Sw Sh 40-43 50% 65%
Sw Sh 40-43 5%
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.


Wanderers

These wanderers respawn daily.

Pokémon Games Location Levels Rate
                 
In the west end, by the island
Sw Sh
Wanderer
46 One
Sw Sh
Wanderer
46 One
Sw Sh
Wanderer
47 One One
Sw Sh
Wanderer
46 One One One One One
In the south end, by the shore with Giant's Cap
Sw Sh
Wanderer
60 One One One One One One One One
Sw Sh
Wanderer
60 One
East of the den, by the shore with Giant's Cap
Sw Sh
Wanderer
46 One One One
Sw Sh
Wanderer
46 One One One
Sw Sh
Wanderer
47 One One
Sw Sh
Wanderer
46 One
In the north end, by the shelf of land
Sw Sh
Wanderer
56 One One One
Sw Sh
Wanderer
56 One One One One One One
On the island, on the slope up from the lake
Sw Sh
Wanderer
56 One
On the island, south of the stone ring
Sw Sh
Wanderer
56 One
Sw Sh
Wanderer
56 One
Sw Sh
Wanderer
56 One
Sw Sh
Wanderer
56 One
Sw Sh
Wanderer
56 One
Sw Sh
Wanderer
56 One
Sw Sh
Wanderer
56 One One
Sw Sh
Wanderer
56 One
On the island, east of the stone ring
After becoming Champion
Sw Sh
Wanderer
65 One
On the island, on the east end
Sw Sh
Wanderer
60 One
Sw Sh
Wanderer
60 One One
Sw Sh
Wanderer
60 One
Sw Sh
Wanderer
60 One One
Sw Sh
Wanderer
60 One One One
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.


Pokémon Dens

Main article: Lake of Outrage/Dens

In other languages

Language Title
Chinese Cantonese 逆鱗湖 Yihklèuhn Wùh
Mandarin 逆鱗湖 / 逆鳞湖 Nìlín Hú
  French Lac Ouragan
  German Wutanfall-See
  Italian Lago Dragofuria
  Korean 역린호수 Yeongnin Hosu
  Spanish Lago del Enfado



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