Mt. Moon

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Mt. Moon お月見山
Mt. Otsukimi
"Wild Missingno. appeared!"
HGSS Mt. Moon-Night.png
Map description: A mystical mountain that is known for its frequent meteor falls. The shards of stars that fall here are known as Moon Stones.FRLG
A mountain where a star fell. It now holds a mysterious power.HGSS
A mountain where shooting stars are said to fall. It is apparently abundant with fossils.PE
Location: Routes 3 and 4
Region: Kanto
Generations: I, II, III, IV, VII
Kanto Mt Moon Map.png
Location of Mt. Moon in Kanto.
Pokémon world locations

Mt. Moon (Japanese: お月見山 Mt. Otsukimi) is a mountain located in northern Kanto, between Pewter City in the west and Cerulean City in the east. It also provides access to Mt. Moon Square in Generations II and IV. Climbing does not seem to be possible; to get past it, travelers always need to travel through the caves.

Mt. Moon is known for being one of the few places where wild Clefairy can be found and for its frequent meteor falls. The shards of meteorites that fall here become Moon Stones, which is why its name is Mt. Moon. The mountain is also known for being home to Pokémon Fossils. Brock digs for Fossils here in his spare time.

Geography

Generation I

In the Generation I games, Mt. Moon's interior is a large cave spanning three floors. Being the first cave that the player will come across with, Mt. Moon has a very long and complex structure. The first floor contains several ordinary Trainers, while the basement floor contains members of Team Rocket who are trying to steal Fossils from Mt. Moon to market them for money. On the player's way out to Cerulean City, the player will find two Fossils, the Dome Fossil and the Helix Fossil that a Super Nerd claims to have found first. After being defeated in battle, the Super Nerd lets the player choose one of the Fossils while he will take the other one. In Pokémon Yellow, after the player obtains one of the Fossils, Jessie and James will appear for the first time and battle the player. However, they are not referred to as such in-game, sharing their Trainer class with that of ordinary Team Rocket Grunts.

Players will first encounter wild Clefairy here at Mt. Moon.

Generation II

In Pokémon Gold, Silver, and Crystal, Mt. Moon has dramatically decreased in size from Pokémon Red, Green, Blue, and Yellow. It now has only one base floor with a couple of connectors. It is also a spot where the player's rival is training near the entrance and he will battle the player for the sixth time during the game.

When entering through the Pewter City entrance, there are two possible paths: one in the eastern direction and another one in the southern direction. By traveling south and then east, the Cerulean City entrance can be found. However, by traveling east from the Pewter City entrance, the player will end up at the northern side of Mt. Moon, where Mt. Moon Square, its summit, is located. By traveling south in Mt. Moon Square, and entering the southern cavern, there will be a ledge which can be jumped to instantly access the Cerulean City entrance.

Mt. Moon Square is an area in the heights of Mt. Moon. On Monday nights, two Clefairy will dance and pray to a large Moon Stone in the square. By interrupting the dance and breaking the stone using Rock Smash, Trainers can always find a Moon Stone below the rock. There is also a small shop here that sells a variety of goods.

Generation III

Mt. Moon's incarnation in Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen is very similar to the original from the Generation I games. The only major change done for the remakes is the items found within the cave. Another addition is a man who is excavating for Fossils in the north-eastern corner of the first floor. He is a friend of Brock and is a source of one of Brock's Fame Checker entries.

Generation IV

Diamond, Pearl, and Platinum

Although it does not appear in Pokémon Diamond, Pearl, and Platinum, a guest at Hotel Grand Lake by Lake Valor mentions Clefairy dancing under the moon at Mt. Moon.

HeartGold and SoulSilver

Mt. Moon's incarnation in Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver is essentially intact from the Generation II games, but with updated graphics enhancing the scenery and depicting its mountainous nature more accurately. The only significant changes are in Mt. Moon Square, where four Clefairy will appear instead of the only two that appear in the Generation II games, and the background music being changed to つながりのどうくつ Union Cave, a Johto theme, from イワヤマトンネル Rock Tunnel, a Kanto theme, which is the background music that plays here in the Generation II games (the latter being itself a remix of おつきみのどうくつ Mt. Moon's Cave from the Generation I games).

Items

Item Location Games
  TM12 (Water Gun) 1F, near the southwest corner of the floor  R  B  Y 
  TM09 (Bullet Seed) 1F, southeast of Bug Catcher Kent, in the southwest area of the floor  FR  LG 
  Potion 1F, in the southwest area of the floor  P  E 
  Great Ball ×5 1F, northwest of the Potion, near Bug Catcher Kent  P  E 
  Potion ×2
  • 1F, to the far northwest of TM12, in the southwest area of the floor
  • 1F, southwest of the Super Nerd, in the south area of the floor
 R  B  Y 
  Parlyz Heal 1F, northwest of Bug Catcher Kent, in the southwest area of the floor  FR  LG 
  Potion 1F, northwest of Super Nerd Jovan, in the south area of the floor  FR  LG 
  Rare Candy 1F, near the southeast corner of the floor  R  B  Y  FR  LG 
  Ether 1F, near the southeast corner of the floor  P  E 
  Awakening 1F, northwest of the Ether, near Super Nerd Jovan  P  E 
  Escape Rope 1F, northeast of the Rare Candy, in the east area of the floor  R  B  Y  FR  LG 
  Repel 1F, northeast of the Ether, in the east area of the floor  P  E 
  Stardust 1F, in a crater in the northeast corner of the floor (hidden) (daily)  P  E 
  Moon Stone 1F, in the northwest area of the floor  R  B  Y  FR  LG 
  Pearl 1F, in the northwest area of the floor  P  E 
  Poké Ball 1F, from a man in the northwest near the ladder to B1F, if the player has less than 10 Poké Balls (repeatable)  P  E 
  TinyMushroom ×3
  • B1F, down the easternmost ladder on 1F, on the second easternmost of the four rocks lined up horizontally (hidden, reappears occasionally)
  • B1F, down the ladder between the other two ladders on 1F, on the rock in the northeast corner (hidden, reappears occasionally)
  • B1F, up the ladder in the northwest corner of B2F, on a rock in the northeast corner (hidden, reappears occasionally)
 FR  LG 
  Big Mushroom ×3
  • B1F, down the easternmost ladder on 1F, on the two faceable rocks northwest of the ladder that leads to B2F (×2) (hidden) (post-game)
  • B1F, down the westernmost ladder on 1F, on the southernmost most rock (hidden) (post-game)
 FR  LG 
  Big Mushroom B1F, down the first ladder east of the western entrance, to the west of the second crater between two groups of rocks (hidden) (daily)  P  E 
  HP Up B2F, on a plateau to the far east of a Team Rocket Grunt in a closed-off room accessible from the easternmost ladder on 1F  R  B  Y 
  Star Piece B2F, on a plateau to the far east of a Team Rocket Grunt in a closed-off room accessible from the easternmost ladder on 1F  FR  LG 
  TM01 (Mega Punch) B2F, on a plateau north of a Team Rocket Grunt in a closed-off room accessible from the ladder between the other two ladders on 1F  R  B  Y 
  TM46 (Thief) B2F, on a plateau north of a Team Rocket Grunt in a closed-off room accessible from the ladder between the other two ladders on 1F  FR  LG 
  Rare Candy B2F, on a plateau northeast of the Team Rocket Grunt in a closed-off room accessible from the eastern ladder on 1F  P  E 
  Moon Stone B2F, in a crater east of the Team Rocket Grunt in a closed-off room accessible from the eastern ladder on 1F (hidden) (daily)  P  E 
  Moon Stone B2F, in a crater east of the ladder in a closed-off room accessible from the ladder exactly north of the entrance on 1F (hidden) (daily)  P  E 
  Nugget B2F, on a plateau in a closed-off room accessible from the ladder between the other two ladders on 1F  P  E 
  Ether B2F, on the rock northeast of a Team Rocket Grunt in a closed-off room accessible from the ladder between the other two ladders on 1F (hidden)  R  B  Y  FR  LG 
  Revive B2F, north of the ladder in the center of the floor that leads to B1F  FR  LG  P  E 
  Potion B2F, northeast of the Team Rocket Grunt northeast of the ladder in the center of the floor that leads to B1F  P  E 
  Revive B2F, southeast of the Team Rocket Grunt in the west area of the floor  P  E 
  Moon Stone B2F, southeast of the Super Nerd, on the wallRBY or on a rockFRLG (hidden)  R  B  Y  FR  LG 
  Dome Fossil B2F, choice between this or the Helix Fossil after defeating the Super Nerd  R  B  Y  FR  LG  P  E 
  Helix Fossil B2F, choice between this or the Dome Fossil after defeating the Super Nerd  R  B  Y  FR  LG  P  E 
  Antidote B2F, southwest of the ladder near the northwest corner of the floor  FR  LG 
  Revive On a rock southeast of the northern ladder (hidden)  HG  SS 

Pokémon

Generation I

1F

  Pokémon     Games     Location     Levels     Rate  
  Sandshrew
R B Y
  Cave
12 4%
  Clefairy
R B Y
  Cave
8 1%
  Clefairy
R B Y
  Cave
11 1%
  Zubat
R B Y
  Cave
6-11 79%
  Zubat
R B Y
  Cave
6-11 75%
  Paras
R B Y
  Cave
8 5%
  Geodude
R B Y
  Cave
8, 10 15%
  Geodude
R B Y
  Cave
10 20%
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.


B1F

  Pokémon     Games     Location     Levels     Rate  
  Clefairy
R B Y
  Cave
9 4%
  Clefairy
R B Y
  Cave
10, 12 5%
  Zubat
R B Y
  Cave
7-11 60%
  Zubat
R B Y
  Cave
8-11 65%
  Paras
R B Y
  Cave
10 10%
  Paras
R B Y
  Cave
9, 11 10%
  Geodude
R B Y
  Cave
7-9 26%
  Geodude
R B Y
  Cave
10-11 20%
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.


B2F

  Pokémon     Games     Location     Levels     Rate  
  Clefairy
R B Y
  Cave
10, 12 6%
  Clefairy
R B Y
  Cave
9, 11, 13 10%
  Zubat
R B Y
  Cave
9-12 49%
  Zubat
R B Y
  Cave
10-13 60%
  Paras
R B Y
  Cave
10, 12 15%
  Paras
R B Y
  Cave
13 15%
  Geodude
R B Y
  Cave
9-10 30%
  Geodude
R B Y
  Cave
11 15%
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.


Generation II

  Pokémon     Games     Location     Levels     Rate  
     
  Sandshrew
G S C
  Cave
8 20%
  Sandshrew
G S C
  Cave
8 20% 20% 0%
  Sandslash
G S C
  Cave
10 5%
  Clefairy
G S C
  Cave
8 5%
  Clefairy
G S C
  Cave
8 5% 5% 0%
  Clefairy
G S C
  Cave
8-12 0% 0% 25%
  Zubat
G S C
  Cave
6 30%
  Zubat
G S C
  Cave
6-8 50%
  Paras
G S C
  Cave
12 10%
  Geodude
G S C
  Cave
8 30%
  Geodude
G S C
  Cave
8-10 35%
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.


Generation III

1F

  Pokémon     Games     Location     Levels     Rate  
  Zubat
FR LG
  Cave
6-10 69%
  Geodude
FR LG
  Cave
7-9 25%
  Paras
FR LG
  Cave
8 5%
  Clefairy
FR LG
  Cave
8,10 1%
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.


B1F

  Pokémon     Games     Location     Levels     Rate  
  Paras
FR LG
  Cave
5-10 100%
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.


B2F

  Pokémon     Games     Location     Levels     Rate  
  Zubat
FR LG
  Cave
8-11 49%
  Geodude
FR LG
  Cave
9-10 30%
  Paras
FR LG
  Cave
10, 12 15%
  Clefairy
FR LG
  Cave
10, 12 6%
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.


Generation IV

  Pokémon     Games     Location     Levels     Rate  
  Zubat
HG SS
  Cave
6 30%
  Zubat
HG SS
  Cave
6-8 50%
  Geodude
HG SS
  Cave
8 30%
  Geodude
HG SS
  Cave
6-10 35%
  Sandshrew
HG SS
  Cave
8 20%
  Paras
HG SS
  Cave
12 10%
  Sandslash
HG SS
  Cave
10 5%
  Clefairy
HG SS
  Cave
8 5%
Special Pokémon
  Makuhita
HG SS
  Hoenn Sound
8 20%
  Absol
HG SS
  Hoenn Sound
6-8 20%
  Chingling
HG SS
  Sinnoh Sound
8 20%
  Bronzor
HG SS
  Sinnoh Sound
6-8 20%
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.


Generation VII

1F and B1F

  Pokémon     Games     Location     Levels     Rate  
  Clefairy
P E
  Cave
5-10 4%
  Zubat
P E
  Cave
5-10 40%
  Paras
P E
  Cave
5-10 15%
  Geodude
P E
  Cave
5-10 40%
  Onix
P E
  Cave
5-10 1%
Rare Spawns
  Chansey
P E
  Cave
5-10 -
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.


B2F

  Pokémon     Games     Location     Levels     Rate  
  Clefairy
P E
  Cave
5-10 9%
  Clefable
P E
  Cave
5-10 1%
  Zubat
P E
  Cave
5-10 40%
  Paras
P E
  Cave
5-10 15%
  Geodude
P E
  Cave
5-10 34%
  Onix
P E
  Cave
5-10 1%
Rare Spawns
  Chansey
P E
  Cave
5-10 -
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.


Trainers

Generation I

1F

Trainer Pokémon
 
Lass
Reward:  210
  Clefairy Lv.14
No item
 
Bug Catcher
Reward:  110
  Weedle Lv.11
No item
  Kakuna Lv.11
No item
 
Super Nerd
Reward:  275
  Magnemite Lv.11
No item
  Voltorb Lv.11
No item
 
Bug Catcher
Reward:  100
  Caterpie Lv.10
No item
  Metapod Lv.10
No item
  Caterpie Lv.10
No item
 
Lass
Reward:  165
  Oddish Lv.11
No item
  Bellsprout Lv.11
No item
 
Youngster
Reward:  150
  Rattata Lv.10
No item
  Rattata Lv.10
No item
  Zubat Lv.10
No item
 
Hiker
Reward:  350
  Geodude Lv.10
No item
  Geodude Lv.10
No item
  Onix Lv.10
No item


B2F

Trainer Pokémon
 
Rocket
Reward:  330
  Sandshrew Lv.11
No item
  Rattata Lv.11
No item
  Zubat Lv.11
No item
 
Rocket
Reward:  360
  Zubat Lv.12
No item
  Ekans Lv.12
No item
 
Rocket RB
Reward:  480
  Raticate Lv.16
No item
 
Rocket
Reward:  390
  Rattata Lv.13
No item
  Zubat Lv.13
No item
 
Super Nerd
Reward:  300
  Grimer Lv.12
No item
  Voltorb Lv.12
No item
  Koffing Lv.12
No item


Pokémon Yellow



Generation II

  If the player chose Chikorita:



  If the player chose Cyndaquil:



  If the player chose Totodile:



Generation III

1F

Trainer Pokémon
 
Bug Catcher Kent
トモミチ Tomomichi
Reward:  132
  Weedle Lv.11
No item
  Kakuna Lv.11
No item
 
Lass Iris
ナホ Naho
Reward:  224
  Clefairy Lv.14
No item
 
Super Nerd Jovan
キミタカ Kimitaka
Reward:  264
  Magnemite Lv.11
No item
  Voltorb Lv.11
No item
 
Bug Catcher Robby
ノリオ Norio
Reward:  120
  Caterpie Lv.10
No item
  Metapod Lv.10
No item
  Caterpie Lv.10
No item
 
Lass Miriam
ルリ Ruri
Reward:  176
  Oddish Lv.11
No item
  Bellsprout Lv.11
No item
 
Youngster Josh
タロウ Tarō
Reward:  160
  Rattata Lv.10
No item
  Rattata Lv.10
No item
  Zubat Lv.10
No item
 
Hiker Marcos
カツト Katsuto
Reward:  360
  Geodude Lv.10
No item
  Geodude Lv.10
No item
  Onix Lv.10
No item
Trainers with a Vs. Seeker by their names, when alerted for a rematch using the item, may use higher-level Pokémon.


B2F

Trainer Pokémon
 
Team Rocket Grunt
Reward:  352
  Sandshrew Lv.11
No item
  Rattata Lv.11
No item
  Zubat Lv.11
No item
 
Team Rocket Grunt
Reward:  352
  Zubat Lv.11
No item
  Ekans Lv.11
No item
 
Team Rocket Grunt
Reward:  416
  Rattata Lv.13
No item
  Sandshrew Lv.13
No item
 
Team Rocket Grunt
Reward:  416
  Rattata Lv.13
No item
  Zubat Lv.13
No item
 
Super Nerd Miguel
ミツハル Mitsuharu
Reward:  288
  Grimer Lv.12
No item
  Voltorb Lv.12
No item
  Koffing Lv.12
No item
Trainers with a Vs. Seeker by their names, when alerted for a rematch using the item, may use higher-level Pokémon.


Generation IV

  If the player chose Chikorita:



  If the player chose Cyndaquil:



  If the player chose Totodile:



Generation VII

1F

Trainer Pokémon
 
Bug Catcher Kent
トモミチ Tomomichi
Reward:  84
3 Poké Balls
  Butterfree Lv.7
No item
 
Lass Evelyn
ルリ Ruri
Reward:  160
3 Poké Balls
  Bellsprout Lv.8
No item
 
Super Nerd Jovan
キミタカ Kimitaka
Reward:  400
3 Poké Balls
  Grimer Lv.10
No item
 
Youngster Robby
ノリオ Norio
Reward:  160
3 Poké Balls
  Mankey Lv.8
No item
 
Lass Miriam
ルリ Ruri
Reward:  160
3 Poké Balls
  Clefairy Lv.8
No item
 
Youngster Josh
タロウ Tarō
Reward:  160
3 Poké Balls
  Sandshrew Lv.8
No item
 
Hiker Marcos
カツト Katsuto
Reward:  400
3 Poké Balls
  Geodude Lv.10
No item
  Geodude Lv.10
No item
After becoming Champion
Master Trainer
 
Bug Catcher Evan
トシミツ Toshimitsu
Reward: N/A
  Paras Lv.70
X-Scissor Sludge Bomb
- -


B1F

Trainer Pokémon
After becoming Champion
Master Trainer
 
Lass Alexandra
トモミ Tomomi
Reward: N/A
  Clefable Lv.80
Iron Tail Moonblast
Minimize -


B2F

Trainer Pokémon
 
Team Rocket Grunt
Reward:  252
  Rattata Lv.9
No item
 
Team Rocket Grunt
Reward:  252
  Drowzee Lv.9
No item
 
Team Rocket Grunt
Reward:  252
  Zubat Lv.9
No item
 
Super Nerd Miguel
ミツハル Mitsuharu
Reward:  400
3 Poké Balls
  Voltorb Lv.10
No item
  Magnemite Lv.10
No item





Trainer Pokémon
After becoming Champion
Master Trainer
 
Hiker Barnaby
ユウジ Yūji
Reward: N/A
  Kabuto Lv.70
Reflect Sand Attack
Substitute Leech Life
Master Trainer
 
Hiker Colson
シンジ Shinji
Reward: N/A
  Omanyte Lv.70
Scald Blizzard
- -


Layout

Version 1F B1F B2F
Red (JP)      
Green
Blue (JP)
Red
Blue
Yellow
Gold  
Silver
Crystal
FireRed      
LeafGreen
HeartGold  
SoulSilver
 

Preview

In the side games

Pokémon Pinball

Mt. Moon appears on the Blue Field as Area 1. Catchable Pokémon include Rattata, Ekans, Clefairy, Zubat, Paras, and Geodude.

In the anime

Main series

 
Mt. Moon in the anime

Mt. Moon is depicted as being bigger in the anime than it is in the games. It can be clearly seen from as far away as Pallet Town.

Mt. Moon first appeared in Clefairy and the Moon Stone, when Ash, Misty, and Brock encountered a scientist named Seymour and stopped Team Rocket from stealing a giant Moon Stone. Brock also caught himself a Zubat here.

Mt. Moon was briefly mentioned in The School of Hard Knocks, when Brock pulled out a bottle of Mt. Moon spring water from his backpack.

In A Real Cleffa-Hanger, Ash, Brock, Misty, May, and Max passed by Mt. Moon on the road to the Battle Factory. They helped a lost Cleffa reunite with the other Fairy Pokémon before Misty headed to the Cerulean Gym and the rest of the group resumed their journey to the Battle Factory.

Pokémon

 
Zubat (multiple)
 
Paras (multiple)
 
Sandshrew
 
Cleffa (multiple)
 
Clefairy (multiple)
 
Clefable (multiple)

Caught Pokémon

 
Brock's Zubat

Pokémon Origins

 
Mt. Moon in Pokémon Origins

Mt. Moon was briefly seen in File 2: Cubone, as Red recalled battling a Fossil-crazy Super Nerd there.

In the manga

The Electric Tale of Pikachu

Mt. Moon appeared in Clefairy Tale, where Ash traveled there in the hopes of catching a Clefairy. After three agonizing weeks in the wilderness, Ash and Pikachu accidentally followed a Clefairy into an occupied Onix nest. After escaping from Onix, they encountered Professor Oak and Bill, who had come to research the local Clefairy. Together, they witnessed a Clefairy evolution ritual before parting ways, with Professor Oak giving Ash a Pokédex upgrade to commemorate their encounter.

Pokémon Adventures

Red, Green & Blue chapter

Mt. Moon was first mentioned by Professor Oak in Gyarados Splashes In!, telling Red and Misty that Team Rocket was trying to find a Moon Stone from there. In Raging Rhydon, Red and Misty entered the mountain, and encountered a group of Team Rocket Grunts led by Koga. During the battle that ensued, Koga forcibly evolved his Rhyhorn into Rhydon to fight them, but the two Trainers were able to escape when Red collapsed part of the cave. Once he and Misty had exited Mt. Moon, Red revealed that he had found a Moon Stone from the rubble created when he had collapsed the cave.

Yellow chapter

In Ponyta Tale, Red received a challenge from Bruno to come battle him on Mt. Moon. However, when he didn't return, Brock went to investigate the mountain in The Primeape Directive. In Putting It on the Line...Against Arcanine, Brock contacted Blaine, informing him that he had discovered an empty ice mold in the shape of Red, with its backside broken open.

In a series of flashbacks spread out across the chapter, it was revealed that Red had battled against Bruno, feeling truly challenged and excited for the first time since becoming the Pokémon League Champion two years earlier. However, the battle was interrupted by Lorelei and Agatha, who placed Bruno under mind control and wanted to know if Red had the Earth Badge, which they needed for their plans. When Red refused to help them in their plans, the three Elite Four members attacked Red together, defeating all of his Pokémon and encasing him in ice. Only Red's Pikachu, Pika, was able to escape. Red was later freed from his icy prison by Giovanni.

In Take a Chance on Chansey, Super Nerd Miles revealed that he and his friends had found Red frozen in ice a month earlier, as well as a fragment of Red's glove. He had afterwards been approached by Agatha, who had tasked him with capturing Pika, but he had failed.

In the TCG

 
Mt. Moon as depicted in the TCG

In addition to its presence as a card, Mt. Moon has been featured in Area 3 of Expansion Sheet 1 of the Vending Machine cards. The Pokémon shown in this area are Geodude, Paras, Clefairy, and Zubat.

This listing is of cards mentioning and/or featuring Mt. Moon in the Pokémon Trading Card Game.

Related cards
Cards listed with a blue background are only legal to use in the current Expanded format.
Cards listed with a silver background are legal to use in both the current Standard and Expanded formats.
Card Type English
Expansion
Rarity # Japanese
Expansion
Rarity #
Mt. Moon T [St] EX FireRed & LeafGreen   94/112 Flight of Legends   82/082
 


In other languages

Language Title
Chinese Cantonese 月見山 Yuhtgin Sāan
Mandarin 月見山 / 月见山 Yuèjiàn Shān
  Czech Měsíční hora
  Danish Moonbjerget
  Dutch Maanberg
  Finnish Kuuvuori
  French Mont Sélénite
  German Mondberg
  Italian Monte Luna
  Korean 달맞이산 Dalmaj-isan
  Norwegian Moon-fjellet
Mount Moon*
  Polish Góra Księżycowa
  Brazilian Portuguese Mt. Lua (anime)
Montanha da Lua (manga)
Monte Lua (The Official Pokémon Handbook)
Monte da Lua (The Official Pokémon Handbook)
  Russian Лунная Гора Lunnaya Gora
Spanish   Latin America Monte Luna
Montaña Luna (AG134)
  Spain Monte MoonPE
Mt. MoonRBYGSCFRLGHGSS
Monte LunaDPPt
  Swedish Mount Moon*
Månberget*
Moon-berget*
  Vietnamese Núi Otsukimi



Kanto
               
Settlements
Pallet TownViridian CityPewter CityCerulean CityVermilion CityLavender Town
Celadon CitySaffron CityFuchsia CityCinnabar IslandIndigo Plateau
Routes
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Landmarks
Professor Oak's LaboratoryViridian ForestDiglett's CavePewter Museum of ScienceMt. Moon (Square) • Cerulean Cave
Underground Path (Kanto Routes 5-6)Underground Path (Kanto Routes 7-8)S.S. AnneS.S. AquaSea CottageRock Tunnel
Power PlantCycling Road/Pokémon RoadTeam Rocket HideoutSilph Co.Magnet TrainPokémon TowerSafari Zone/Pal Park
GO ParkSeafoam IslandsPokémon MansionCinnabar LabPokémon League Reception GateVictory RoadTohjo Falls
Access to
Sevii IslandsJohto


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