Pokémon Mansion (Kanto)

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Pokémon Mansion ポケモン屋敷
Pokémon Mansion
"Wild Missingno. appeared!"
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Map description: A decrepit, burned-down mansion on Cinnabar Island. It got its name because a famous Pokémon researcher lived there.
Location: Cinnabar Island
Region: Kanto
Generations: I, III, VII
Kanto Cinnabar Island Map.png
Location of Pokémon Mansion in Kanto.
Pokémon world locations

The Pokémon Mansion (Japanese: ポケモン屋敷 Pokémon Mansion) is a decrepit, burned-down mansion on Cinnabar Island. It got its name because a famous Pokémon researcher once lived there.

In the games

In Generations I, III, and VII, the player has to enter the mansion and find the Secret Key at its basement to access the Cinnabar Island Gym. The abandoned building is full of Burglars and Scientists, looting whatever valuable they can find.

The Pokémon Mansion has four different floors. Doors can be unlocked in the mansion by pressing switches hidden in statues scattered around the building. In Generations I and III, there is a balcony on 3F with two possible points to jump down from, with the eastern one leading back to 2F and the western one leading to 1F and allowing the player to access B1F, while in Generation VII, the western balcony is the only possible way down, and it is utilized by climbing down a ladder instead of jumping. In Generation VII only, there are beds at the basement, which the player can rest in, fully healing their entire party. In Generations I and III, there is an exit at the southeast corner of 1F, which transports the player back to the front door of the mansion, while in Generation VII, it is replaced by a one-way warp panel that serves the same purpose.

Amongst the rubble and wreckage are journal entries written by the scientist who obtained a Mew and cloned it to create Mewtwo. In Generation VII, there are also multiple glass containers likely used during said cloning process at the basement, the largest one of which shows signs of having been beaten on over and over from the inside.

The Pokémon Mansion, along with most other buildings on Cinnabar Island, is destroyed in the eruption of the Cinnabar Island volcano prior to the events of Generations II and IV, and as such, it no longer exists.

Journal quotes

Main article: Pokémon Mansion journals

A series of journal entries are scattered around the mansion. They appear to have been written by Mr. Fuji and detail the birth of Mewtwo.

Items

Item Location Games
  Escape Rope 1F, in-between the row of pillars in the north area of the floor  R  B  Y  FR  LG 
  Carbos 1F, near the stairs to B1F  R  B  Y  FR  LG 
  Moon Stone 1F, on the fifth pillar northeast of the entrance (hidden)  R  B  Y 
  Moon Stone 1F, one square north and three squares west of the base of the northwesternmost pillar from the entrance (hidden)  FR  LG 
  Protein 1F, southeast of the Escape Rope  FR  LG 
  Max Repel 1F, in the southwest corner of the northwest room  P  E 
  Max Elixir 1F, in the room south of the row of pillars  P  E 
  Max Lure 1F, under a table on the west side of the floor  P  E 
  Silver Razz Berry ×5 1F, north of the ladder from 3F  P  E 
  Fire Stone 1F, southwest of the stairs to B1F  P  E 
  Max Ether 2F, in the room south of the stairs from 1F  P  E 
  Calcium 2F, in the northeast area of the floor  R  B  Y  FR  LG 
  HP Up 2F, in the east area of the floor, accessible from the southernmost stairs on 3F  FR  LG 
  Zinc 2F, on the balcony  FR  LG 
  Max Revive 2F, in the northeast area of the floor  P  E 
  Ultra Ball ×3 2F, on the balcony  P  E 
  PP Up 2F, in the southwest room  P  E 
  Escape Rope 2F, in the north area of the floor  P  E 
  TM22 (Rock Slide) 2F, reward for defeating Coach Trainer Rita  P  E 
  Hyper Potion 2F, in the east area of the floor, accessible from the southernmost stairs on 3F  P  E 
  Max Potion 3F, in the southwest area of the floor  R  B  Y  FR  LG 
  Iron 3F, in the northeast area of the floor  R  B  Y  FR  LG 
  Max Revive 3F, seven squares north of the southwest corner of the floor, on the rubble (hidden)  R  B  Y 
  Rare Candy 3F, far east of Scientist Braydon, at the end of the path (hidden)  FR  LG 
  Rare Candy ×2
  • 3F, in the southwest area of the floor
  • B1F, in the northern area of the floor
 P  E 
  Courage Candy 3F, on the fallen bookshelf in the southwest area of the floor (hidden)  P  E 
  Full Heal 3F, in the middle north area of the floor  P  E 
  TM21 (Foul Play) 3F, in the northeast area of the floor  P  E 
  X Accuracy 3F, far east of Scientist Braydon, at the end of the path  P  E 
  Full Restore B1F, in the southwest area of the floor  R  B  Y  FR  LG 
  Secret Key B1F, in the west area of the floor  R  B  Y  P  E 
  Rare Candy ×2
  • B1F, in the northern area of the floor
  • B1F, in the northwest corner of the area with the Secret Key (hidden) (brokenRG)
 R  B  Y 
  TM22 (SolarBeam) B1F, in the northwest area of the floor  R  B  Y 
  TM14 (Blizzard) B1F, east of the southernmost statue  R  B  Y 
  Elixir B1F, eight squares east of the northeastern statue (hidden)  FR  LG 
  TM14 (Blizzard) B1F, in the northern area of the floor  FR  LG 
  Secret Key B1F, in the northwest area of the floor  FR  LG 
  TM22 (SolarBeam) B1F, in the west area of the floor  FR  LG 
  TM52 (Sludge Bomb) B1F, near the southernmost statue  P  E 
  Max Potion B1F, in the southwest area of the floor  P  E 
  Max Elixir B1F, in the northwest area of the floor  P  E 
  Health Candy B1F, in the west area of the floor, next to the southwestern tank (hidden)  P  E 
  Smart Candy B1F, southwest of the rest beds, on the eastern dresser with a lamp (hidden)  P  E 
  Tough Candy B1F, southwestern corner of the room, in the middle of the eastern bookshelf (hidden)  P  E 

Pokémon

Generation I

  Pokémon     Games     Location     Levels     Rate  
1F
  Rattata
R B Y
  1F
34, 37 35%
  Raticate
R B Y
  1F
34, 37 25%
  Vulpix
R B Y
  1F
34 10%
  Growlithe
R B Y
  1F
34 10%
  Growlithe
R B Y
  1F
26, 30, 34, 38 20%
  Ponyta
R B Y
  1F
28, 30, 32, 34 40%
  Grimer
R B Y
  1F
30 5%
  Grimer
R B Y
  1F
30, 32 40%
  Grimer
R B Y
  1F
23, 26 20%
  Muk
R B Y
  1F
39 1%
  Muk
R B Y
  1F
37 4%
  Koffing
R B Y
  1F
30, 32 40%
  Koffing
R B Y
  1F
30 5%
  Weezing
R B Y
  1F
37 4%
  Weezing
R B Y
  1F
39 1%
2F
  Rattata
R B Y
  2F
37, 40 35%
  Raticate
R B Y
  2F
37, 40 25%
  Vulpix
R B Y
  2F
32 25%
  Growlithe
R B Y
  2F
32 25%
  Ponyta
R B Y
  2F
28, 30, 32 25%
  Grimer
R B Y
  2F
30 5%
  Grimer
R B Y
  2F
30, 34 40%
  Grimer
R B Y
  2F
26, 29, 32, 35 35%
  Muk
R B Y
  2F
37 1%
  Muk
R B Y
  2F
39 4%
  Muk
R B Y
  2F
35, 38 5%
  Koffing
R B Y
  2F
30, 34 40%
  Koffing
R B Y
  2F
30 5%
  Weezing
R B Y
  2F
39 4%
  Weezing
R B Y
  2F
37 1%
3F
  Rattata
R B Y
  3F
40, 43 35%
  Raticate
R B Y
  3F
40, 43 25%
  Vulpix
R B Y
  3F
33 15%
  Growlithe
R B Y
  3F
33 15%
  Ponyta
R B Y
  3F
32, 34, 36 24%
  Ponyta
R B Y
  3F
32, 36 14%
  Grimer
R B Y
  3F
34 5%
  Grimer
R B Y
  3F
31, 35 40%
  Grimer
R B Y
  3F
32, 35, 38 35%
  Muk
R B Y
  3F
42 1%
  Muk
R B Y
  3F
38, 40 15%
  Muk
R B Y
  3F
38, 41 5%
  Koffing
R B Y
  3F
31, 35 40%
  Koffing
R B Y
  3F
34 5%
  Weezing
R B Y
  3F
38, 40 15%
  Weezing
R B Y
  3F
42 1%
  Magmar
R B Y
  3F
34 10%
B1F
  Raticate
R B Y
  B1F
37, 40, 43, 46 40%
  Vulpix
R B Y
  B1F
35 15%
  Growlithe
R B Y
  B1F
35 15%
  Ponyta
R B Y
  B1F
32, 34 15%
  Grimer
R B Y
  B1F
35 5%
  Grimer
R B Y
  B1F
31, 33 50%
  Grimer
R B Y
  B1F
35, 38 40%
  Muk
R B Y
  B1F
42 1%
  Muk
R B Y
  B1F
40 10%
  Muk
R B Y
  B1F
41 10%
  Koffing
R B Y
  B1F
31, 33 50%
  Koffing
R B Y
  B1F
35 5%
  Weezing
R B Y
  B1F
40, 42 14%
  Weezing
R B Y
  B1F
42 1%
  Magmar
R B Y
  B1F
38 4%
  Ditto
R B Y
  B1F
12, 18, 24 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.


Generation III

  Pokémon     Games     Location     Levels     Rate  
1F-3F
  Rattata
FR LG
  1F-3F
26, 28 15%
  Raticate
FR LG
  1F-3F
32, 36 30%
  Vulpix
FR LG
  1F-3F
30, 32 15%
  Growlithe
FR LG
  1F-3F
30, 32 15%
  Grimer
FR LG
  1F-3F
28 5%
  Grimer
FR LG
  1F-3F
28, 30 30%
  Muk
FR LG
  1F-3F
32 5%
  Koffing
FR LG
  1F-3F
28, 30 30%
  Koffing
FR LG
  1F-3F
28 5%
  Weezing
FR LG
  1F-3F
32 5%
B1F
  Rattata
FR LG
  B1F
26 5%
  Raticate
FR LG
  B1F
34, 38 30%
  Vulpix
FR LG
  B1F
30, 32 15%
  Growlithe
FR LG
  B1F
30, 32 15%
  Grimer
FR LG
  B1F
28 5%
  Grimer
FR LG
  B1F
28, 30 30%
  Muk
FR LG
  B1F
34 5%
  Koffing
FR LG
  B1F
28, 30 30%
  Koffing
FR LG
  B1F
28 5%
  Weezing
FR LG
  B1F
34 5%
  Ditto
FR LG
  B1F
30 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.


Generation VII

  Pokémon     Games     Location     Levels     Rate  
1F-3F
  Rattata
P E
  1F-3F
39-44 20%
  Raticate
P E
  1F-3F
39-44 20%
  Grimer
P E
  1F-3F
39-44 40%
  Muk
P E
  1F-3F
39-44 5%
  Koffing
P E
  1F-3F
39-44 40%
  Weezing
P E
  1F-3F
39-44 5%
  Magmar
P E
  1F-3F
39-44 14%
  Ditto
P E
  1F-3F
39-44 1%
B1F
  Rattata
P E
  B1F
39-44 20%
  Raticate
P E
  B1F
39-44 20%
  Grimer
P E
  B1F
39-44 30%
  Muk
P E
  B1F
39-44 10%
  Koffing
P E
  B1F
39-44 30%
  Weezing
P E
  B1F
39-44 10%
  Magmar
P E
  B1F
39-44 10%
  Ditto
P E
  B1F
39-44 10%
Rare Spawns
  Chansey
P E
  B1F-3F
39-44 -
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

Trainer Pokémon
 
Burglar
Reward:  3060
  Charmander Lv.34
No item
  Charmeleon Lv.34
No item
 
Burglar
Reward:  3420
  Ninetales Lv.38
No item
 
Scientist
Reward:  1650
  Magnemite Lv.33
No item
  Magneton Lv.33
No item
  Voltorb Lv.33
No item
 
Scientist
Reward:  1450
  Electrode Lv.29
No item
  Weezing Lv.29
No item
 
Burglar
Reward:  3060
  Growlithe Lv.34
No item
  Ponyta Lv.34
No item
 
Scientist
Reward:  1700
  Magnemite Lv.34
No item
  Electrode Lv.34
No item


Generation III

Trainer Pokémon
 
Youngster Johnson
ユウリ Yūri
Reward:  544
  Ekans Lv.33
No item
  Ekans Lv.33
No item
  Raticate Lv.34
No item
 
Burglar Arnie
トヨジ Toyoji
Reward:  2992
  Charmander Lv.34
No item
  Charmeleon Lv.34
No item
 
Burglar Simon
ヤスノブ Yasunobu
Reward:  3344
  Ninetales Lv.38
No item
 
Scientist Braydon
アオバ Aoba
Reward:  1584
  Magnemite Lv.33
No item
  Magneton Lv.33
No item
  Voltorb Lv.33
No item
 
Scientist Ted
ノブヒサ Nobuhisa
Reward:  1392
  Electrode Lv.29
No item
  Weezing Lv.29
No item
 
Burglar Lewis
エイタ Eita
Reward:  2992
  Growlithe Lv.34
No item
  Ponyta Lv.34
No item
 
Scientist Ivan
ヨシタカ Yoshitaka
Reward:  1632
  Magnemite Lv.34
No item
  Electrode Lv.34
No item
Trainers with a Vs. Seeker by their names, when alerted for a rematch using the item, may use higher-level Pokémon.


Generation VII

Trainer Pokémon
 
Burglar Arnie
トヨジ Toyoji
Reward:  3,520
3 Poké Balls
  Rapidash Lv.44
No item
 
Coach Trainer Rita
ヨシカ Yoshika
Reward:  4,700
  Graveler Lv.46
No item
  Dugtrio Lv.46
No item
  Poliwrath Lv.47
No item
 
Burglar Simon
ヤスノブ Yasunobu
Reward:  3,520
3 Poké Balls
  Magmar Lv.44
No item
  Muk Lv.44
No item
 
Scientist Braydon
アオバ Aoba
Reward:  2,700
  Weezing Lv.45
No item
  Magneton Lv.45
No item
  Magmar Lv.45
No item
 
Ace Trainer Louis
クニヒコ Kunihiko
Reward:  4,600
5 Ultra Balls
  Kingler Lv.45
No item
  Primeape Lv.46
No item
 
Scientist Ted
ノブヒサ Nobuhisa
Reward:  2,700
  Electrode Lv.45
No item
  Muk Lv.45
No item
 
Burglar Lewis
エイタ Eita
Reward:  3,520
3 Poké Balls
  Koffing Lv.44
No item
  Koffing Lv.44
No item
  Koffing Lv.44
No item
  Weezing Lv.44
No item
 
Scientist Ivan
ヨシタカ Yoshitaka
Reward:  2,700
  Electabuzz Lv.45
No item
After becoming Champion
Master Trainer
 
Ace Trainer Jace
シュンスケ Shunsuke
Reward: N/A
  Magmar Lv.75
Toxic Confuse Ray
Psychic Fire Spin
Master Trainer
 
Scientist Gordon
マサミ Masami
Reward: N/A
  Muk Lv.75
Haze Rock Slide
Thunder Punch -


Layout

Inside design

Version 1F 2F 3F B1F
Red        
Blue
Yellow
FireRed        
LeafGreen
 

Outside design

   
Generation I Generation III

In the anime

 
The Pokémon Mansion in Pokémon Origins

Pokémon Origins

Red was seen visiting the Pokémon Mansion in File 3: Giovanni. The mansion used to be full of different kinds of Pokémon, but was now just an old, abandoned house. While exploring the mansion, Red found a journal describing the discovery of a new species of Pokémon.

The Pokémon Mansion was also referenced in File 4: Charizard, where Red recalled reading the entries in the journal, leading to him identifying the Pokémon Blue had recently fought against and lost to as Mewtwo, possibly created in the very same mansion Red visited and found the journal from.

In the manga

 
The Pokémon Mansion in Pokémon Adventures

Pokémon Adventures

Red, Green & Blue chapter

In Pokémon Adventures, instead of being burned-down and deserted, the Pokémon Mansion appears to be well-kept and habitable. It made a brief appearance in Holy Moltres, where multiple Team Rocket Grunts were seen raiding the building, searching for clues of Blaine's whereabouts in order to find and punish him for leaving Team Rocket.

Trivia

  • Some of the wild Pokémon found here in Generation I were moved to One Island in Generation III, such as Ponyta and Magmar. In Generation VII, due to the Sevii Islands being inaccessible, Magmar is available in here once again.
  • In Generation VII, a cloning laboratory is added to the west side of the basement. If the player brings a Mew or Mewtwo along as the walking Pokémon to the laboratory, it will stop next to the largest glass container and stare quietly at it.
  • In Generation I, it is possible to get stuck on 3F. This happens if the player stands on the east side of the table in the southwestern room and the Burglar with a Ninetales then challenges them to a battle. After the battle, the player will be stuck in a corner, the Burglar blocking the way. If the player saves after this and doesn't have an Escape Rope or a Pokémon with Dig, the only way to escape is to black out by fighting wild Pokémon. The layout was changed in FireRed and LeafGreen, and it is no longer possible to get trapped.
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In other languages

Language Title
Chinese Cantonese 寶可夢屋 Pokémon Ūk *
寵物小精靈屋 Chúngmaht Síujīnglìhng Ūk *
Mandarin 寶可夢屋 / 宝可梦屋 Pokémon Wū *
神奇寶貝屋 / 神奇宝贝屋 Shénqí Bǎobèi Wū *
宠物小精灵大院 Chǒngwù Xiǎojīnglíng Dàyuàn *
  Czech Pokémoní vila
  French Manoir Pokémon
  German Pokémon-Villa (VII)
Pokémon-Haus (I-III)
  Italian Villa Pokémon
  Korean 포켓몬저택 Pokémon Jeotaek
  Brazilian Portuguese Mansão Pokémon
  Spanish Mansión Pokémon
  Vietnamese Dinh thự Pokémon



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Landmarks
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