Silph Co.

Silph Company シルフカンパニー
Sylph Company
"Wild Missingno. appeared!"
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Location: Saffron City
Region: Kanto
Generations: I, II, III, IV, VII
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Location of Silph Company in Kanto.
Pokémon world locations

The Silph Co. (Japanese: シルフカンパニー Sylph Company), also known as simply Silph (Japanese: シルフ Sylph), is a company headquartered at the Silph Co. Office Building or Silph Co. Head Office (Japanese: シルフ カンパニー ほんしゃ ビル Sylph Company Main Office Building; シルフほんしゃビル Sylph Main Office Building; シルフ カンパニー ほんしゃ Sylph Company Main Office) in Saffron City.

This company is featured in many versions of the Pokémon franchise. They are the manufacturers of many tools, including the Silph Scope—a device that allows the user to view spectral entities—as well as home appliances. They are also speculated to run the Poké Marts in Kanto as well as in Johto and the Sevii Islands.

In the Generation I core series games and their remakes, due to Team Rocket having invaded the Silph Co. headquarters in Saffron City, a Team Rocket Grunt is initially guarding the front door, preventing entrance into the building. After the player has saved Mr. Fuji from Team Rocket at the Pokémon Tower in Lavender Town, the guard will have fallen asleepRBFRLG, disappearedY, or is knocked out by Jessie and JamesPE, allowing the player to enter the building.

Terminology

Japanese

Names used for Silph Co. in the Japanese games:

  • シルフカンパニー (Sylph Company)
    This name is often used in the dialogue by multiple characters in several generations.
    This name is seen in the Pokémon's summary if it was originally met in this building (including the gift Lapras, as well as any Eggs hatched here).
    In generations III and VII (but not in Pokémon Crystal, HeartGold, or SoulSilver), this name is used when the player is entering the Silph Co.
    In Generation III, the floor number appears when the player enters the floor. Each floor is named as "シルフカンパニー 1F", "シルフカンパニー 2F", etc. The elevator is simply named "シルフカンパニー".
  • シルフ (Sylph)
    Sometimes this name is used in character dialogue, such as "おおきく なったら シルフで はたらくと いいよ" ("Come work for Silph when you get older!")
    This name is used in "シルフスコープ", the Japanese name of Silph Scope.
    This name is used in the Trainer class "シルフのチーフ" (Sylph's Chief), that is found in the Generation I game data but is not seen in-game. This Trainer class was translated as simply "Chief" in English.
  • シルフ カンパニー ほんしゃ ビル (Sylph Company Main Office Building)
    This name is displayed on the sign at the side of the Silph Co. building, from Generation I to IV.
  • シルフカンパニー 本社ビル (Sylph Company Main Office Building)
    In Generation VII, the name is written with kanji on the sign.
  • シルフほんしゃビル (Sylph Main Office Building)
    This name is displayed in the Generation I Town Map. This may be a shortened version of "シルフ カンパニー ほんしゃ ビル", which would not fit in the Town Map due to the limit of 9 characters for each place name. From Generation II onwards, Silph Co. is not named in any form of map equipment.
  • シルフ カンパニー ほんしゃ (Sylph Company Main Office)
    In Generation III, this name appears with the floor number, on the sign near the stars on each floor. For instance, "シルフ カンパニー ほんしゃ 4かい" (Silph Company Main Office 4th Floor).

English

Names used for Silph Co. in the English games:

  • Silph Co.
    This name is often used in the dialogue by multiple characters in several generations.
    This name is displayed on the Town Map in Generation I. From Generation II onwards, Silph Co. is not named in any form of map equipment.
    This name is seen in the Pokémon's summary if it was originally met in this building (including the gift Lapras, as well as any Eggs hatched here).
    In generations III and VII (but not in Pokémon Crystal, HeartGold, or SoulSilver), this name is used when the player is entering the Silph Co.
    In Generation III, the floor number appears when the player enters the floor. Each floor is named as "Silph Co. 1F", "Silph Co. 2F", etc. The elevator is simply named "Silph Co."
  • Silph
    Sometimes this name is used in character dialogue, such as "Come work for Silph when you get older!", "You mistook me for a Silph worker?", and "Thank you for saving Silph!" in generations I and III.
    Used in the name of Silph Scope.
  • Silph Co. Office Building
    This name is displayed on the sign at the side of the Silph Co., in all generations where this building appears.
  • Silph Co. Head Office
    In Generation III, this name appears with the floor number, on the sign near the stars on each floor. For instance, "Silph Company Head Office 4F".
  • Sylph Corpration
    This name appears on the Card Key in its official artwork from Generation I

For comparison, the name "Silph Company" is not used in any English core series games.

In the core series games

 
A Silph Co. Master Ball

Overview

Silph Co. is the leading manufacturer of Pokémon technology. This company develops the most commercially used Poké Balls and several other Pokémon-related items, including medicine and Technical Machines, looking for ways to improve them. It supplies the Poké Marts of its territory. Its president is a kind, old man.

In the Generation I games and Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen, Scientist Taylor mentions an international branch of Silph Co. In English, he states that the Tiksi branch of the company is "in Russian no-man's-land". In the Japanese version, he states that the Ponaya Tunguska (Japanese: ポナヤツングスカ) branch is located "deep in Russia". Ponaya Tunguska appears to be a shortened form of the transliterated name of Podkamennaya Tunguska in Japanese (ポドカメンナヤツングースカ). In the English version of Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!, Taylor instead mentions having been sent "off to the boondocks", removing the real-life reference. In Japanese, the reference to "Ponaya Tunguska" is kept but the place is not mentioned to be located in Russia anymore.

History

Silph's status had made it a target of Team Rocket, which, in Generations I , III, and VII orchestrated the takeover of their headquarters in Saffron City. The situation will be resolved by the player, who will take on the mission of driving them out of the city. Team Rocket had also gained the Silph Co.-made Silph Scope to combat ghosts. The company's president reveals that the top-secret development project Team Rocket was after is the Master Ball, which can catch any Pokémon without fail.

Headquarters

The Silph Co. Office Building, based in Saffron City, is an eleven-floor skyscraper that is effectively a giant maze.

Generations I, III, and VII

In Generations I, III, and VII, the player can navigate the inside of the building by using warp tiles in order to reach the board room on the top floor. The player must obtain the Card Key, which unlocks Silph's doors like a hotel key, on the fifth floor of the building in order to do this. All the while, the player must battle through numerous Team Rocket Grunts, including the four Rocket BrothersRBYFRLG/Rocket SistersPE and a Juggler, who also appears to be a member of Team Rocket. Several Scientists have also defected to Team Rocket, sometimes pretending to be hostages, and will battle the player on sight. The bed at the bottom-left corner of the ninth floor can be used to heal the Trainer's Pokémon without having to leave the building.

On the seventh floor, the player can receive a Lapras as a gift from a Silph employee. In the Generation I games, this was the only way to obtain a Lapras. Upon reaching the president's room on the top floor, the player must defeat Giovanni to stop him from stealing the Master Ball. After he is defeated, Team Rocket abandons their plans for Silph and withdraws from the building.

In Generations I and III, Blue will challenge the player to a battle on the seventh floor, while in Generation VII, Trace will instead stay behind on this floor to stall Archer and give the player time to reach Giovanni.

On the second floor, a woman hiding from Team Rocket will give away a TM for Self-Destruct in Generation I and Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!. In Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen, she will instead offer to teach the move Thunder Wave to one of the player's Pokémon.

Generations II and IV

 
A Silph Co. Pokégear, bearing the company's logo

In Generations II and IV, Silph Co. has increased security, and the player is not allowed to enter the upper floors. One of the guards will kindly give the player an Up-Grade for talking to him.

In HeartGold and SoulSilver, the elevator has broken and is unsafe, denying the player access to the upper floors. However, upon defeating Red, the player can meet the Hoenn League Champion Steven Stone here and receive one of the Hoenn region's starter Pokémon from him. He will also trade his Beldum for a Forretress after being interacted with at the Pewter Museum of Science.

Generation IV introduced a logo for the company that appears on the Pokégear and has a statue based on it in the company's building.

Rotom's Room

Main article: Rotom's Room

The alternate forms of Rotom may also be accessed here in Generation IV via the broken elevator. When Rotom is in the party, the Silph Co. building will be deserted of all people, including Steven. The notebook present in the room indicates that Charon may have had a past connection to the company.

Discoveries and inventions

Within the company, there are three reports of discoveries that serve as in-game trivia for the player, labeled Pokémon Report (Japanese: ポケモン レポート).

In the Generation I games, one report says that only four Pokémon evolve when traded, referring to Kadabra, Graveler, Machoke, and Haunter. In Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen, it instead says that some Pokémon evolve when traded.

Another report confirms that Pokémon can learn over 160 techniques in the Generation I games, while in FireRed and LeafGreen it's over 350 techniques.

A third report informs the player that Porygon, the first virtual-reality Pokémon, was created by the Pokémon Lab in Cinnabar Island.

Manufactured items

Below is a list of all the known items that are manufactured by Silph Co.:

Items

One of the items below is in a different location in the original Red and Green version, and is listed separately. Other items are in the same location.

Item Location Games
  X Sp. Atk ×2
  • 1F, between the fountains
  • 6F, in the central room
 P  E 
  Super Potion ×2
  • 2F, in the west area of the floor
  • 6F, next to the southernmost plant
 P  E 
  TM36 (Selfdestruct) 2F, received from the woman in the northwest room  R  B  Y 
  TM42 (Self-Destruct) 2F, received from the woman in the northwest room  P  E 
  Ultra Ball ×2
  • 2F, on the southern plant in the southwest area of the floor (hidden)
  • 10F, in the southwest area of the floor
 FR  LG 
  Fresh Water ×3
  • 2F, on the water dispenser in the south area of the floor (hidden)
  • 4F, on the water dispenser in the middlemost room (hidden)
  • 6F, on the water dispenser in the northwest room (hidden)
 P  E 
  X Attack ×2
  • 2F, in the southwest area of the floor
  • 8F, north of the northern plant in the eastern room
 P  E 
  Hyper Potion 3F, northeast of the Scientist  R  B  Y  FR  LG 
  Protein 3F, on the center plant of the three plants in the southeast area of the floor (hidden)  FR  LG 
  Max Lure 3F, in the first room to the west  P  E 
  X Sp. Def 3F, in the eastern room  P  E 
  Full Heal 4F, in the storage room in the west  R  B  Y  FR  LG  P  E 
  Escape Rope 4F, in the storage room in the west  R  B  Y  FR  LG  P  E 
  Max Revive 4F, in the storage room in the west  R  B  Y  FR  LG 
  TM41 (Torment) 4F, in the southeast area of the floor  FR  LG 
  Iron 4F, on the southernmost plant in the southeast area of the floor (hidden)  FR  LG 
  Dire Hit 4F, in the southeast area of the floor  P  E 
  Star Piece 4F, in the storage room in the west  P  E 
  Great Ball ×8
  • 4F, in the storage room in the west (×5)
  • 9F, on a shelf in the southern room (×3)
 P  E 
  Revive ×3
  • 4F, in the storage room in the west
  • 8F, near the northwest corner of the floor
  • 9F, in between beds in the southwest corner
 P  E 
  Card Key 5F, east of the southernmost Team Rocket Grunt  R  B  Y  FR  LG 
  Protein 5F, in the northwest room  R  B  Y  FR  LG 
  Elixer 5F, on the first plant east of the Scientist (hidden)  Rᴶ  G 
  Elixer 5F, on the second plant east of the Scientist (hidden)  R  B  Y 
  TM09 (Take Down) 5F, in the southwest area of the floor  R  B  Y 
  TM01 (Focus Punch) 5F, in the southwest room  FR  LG 
  PP Up 5F, on the first plant south of the staircase leading to 6F (hidden)  FR  LG 
  Elixir 5F, on the southern plant of the two plants in the center area of the floor (hidden)  FR  LG 
  Card Key 5F, from Trace after defeating Archer and a Team Rocket Grunt in a Multi Battle  P  E 
  Max Ether 5F, in the northwest room  P  E 
  TM54 (Flash Cannon) 5F, in the southwest room  P  E 
  Poké Ball ×8
  • 5F, in the southwest room (×5)
  • 9F, in the southern room (×3)
 P  E 
  Nugget 5F, in the narrow corridor in the east  P  E 
  Guard Spec. 5F, in the room in the middle of the floor  P  E 
  HP Up 6F, in the southwest room  R  B  Y  FR  LG 
  X Accuracy 6F, in the southwest room  R  B  Y 
  Carbos 6F, on the western plant of the two plants in the northwest area of the floor (hidden)  FR  LG 
  X Special 6F, in the southwest room  FR  LG 
  Max Repel 6F, in the southwest room  P  E 
  Hyper Potion 6F, in the southwest room  P  E 
  PP Up ×2
  • 6F, in the eastern corridor
  • 7F, in the west area of the floor
 P  E 
  Calcium 7F, northeast of the Scientist  R  B  Y  FR  LG 
  TM03 (Swords Dance) 7F, in the eastern room  R  B  Y 
  TM08 (Bulk Up) 7F, in the eastern room  FR  LG 
  Zinc 7F, on the southern plant of the two plants in the east area of the floor (hidden)  FR  LG 
  TM34 (Dragon Pulse) 7F, in the eastern room  P  E 
  Smart Candy ×3 7F, in the southeast corner of the floor  P  E 
  Rare Candy 7F, in the room south of the counter  P  E 
  Iron 8F, east of the two beds south of the elevator  FR  LG 
  Nugget 8F, on the northern plant of the two plants in the east area of the floor (hidden)  FR  LG 
  Max Potion 9F, one square south and one square west of the nurse, on the bed (hidden)  R  B  Y 
  Max Potion 9F, one square east of the boxes (hidden)  FR  LG 
  Calcium 9F, on the eastern plant of the two plants in the northwest area of the floor (hidden)  FR  LG 
  Ultra Ball ×3 9F, on a shelf in the southern room  P  E 
  Rare Candy 10F, in the southwest room  R  B  Y  FR  LG  P  E 
  Carbos 10F, in the southwest room  R  B  Y  FR  LG 
  TM26 (Earthquake) 10F, in the southwest room  R  B  Y 
  HP Up 10F, on the plant in the eastern area of the floor (hidden)  FR  LG 
  Full Heal 10F, in the northwest  P  E 
  Max Revive 10F, in the southwest room  P  E 
  TM37 (Flamethrower) 10F, in the southwest room  P  E 
  Master Ball 11F, received from Silph Co.'s president after defeating Giovanni  R  B  Y  FR  LG  P  E 
  Zinc 11F, one square north of the southeast corner of the floor  FR  LG 
  Revive 11F, on the center plant of the three plants in the south area of the floor (hidden)  FR  LG 
  Max Elixir 11F, near the southeast corner of the floor  P  E 
  Up-Grade Received from the guard  G  S  C  HG  SS 
  Dawn Stone Held by Iron, a Beldum the player can obtain in a trade  HG  SS 

Pokémon

Generation I

  Pokémon     Games     Location     Levels     Rate  
Gift Pokémon
  Lapras
R B Y
  Gift
15 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.


Generation III

  Pokémon     Games     Location     Levels     Rate  
Gift Pokémon
  Lapras
FR LG
  Gift
25 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.


Generation IV

  Pokémon     Games     Location     Levels     Rate  
Gift Pokémon
  Treecko
HG SS
  Gift
5 One
  Torchic
HG SS
  Gift
5 One
  Mudkip
HG SS
  Gift
5 One
Special Pokémon
  Beldum
HG SS
  Trade
Forretress
The same as the Traded Pokémon 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.


Generation VII

  Pokémon     Games     Location     Levels     Rate  
Gift Pokémon
  Lapras
P E
  Gift
34 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.


Trainers

After Giovanni has been defeated, all the Trainers associated with Team Rocket will disappear from the building.

Generation I

2F
Trainer Pokémon
 
Rocket
Reward:  750
  Golbat Lv.25
No item
  Zubat Lv.25
No item
  Zubat Lv.25
No item
  Raticate Lv.25
No item
  Zubat Lv.25
No item
 
Scientist
Reward:  1400
  Magnemite Lv.28
No item
  Voltorb Lv.28
No item
  Magneton Lv.28
No item
 
Rocket
Reward:  870
  Cubone Lv.29
No item
  Zubat Lv.29
No item
 
Scientist
Reward:  1300
  Grimer Lv.26
No item
  Weezing Lv.26
No item
  Koffing Lv.26
No item
  Weezing Lv.26
No item


3F
Trainer Pokémon
 
Rocket
Reward:  840
  Raticate Lv.28
No item
  Hypno Lv.28
No item
  Raticate Lv.28
No item
 
Scientist
Reward:  1450
  Electrode Lv.29
No item
  Weezing Lv.29
No item


4F
Trainer Pokémon
 
Rocket
Reward:  840
  Ekans Lv.28
No item
  Zubat Lv.28
No item
  Cubone Lv.28
No item
 
Rocket
Reward:  870
  Machop Lv.29
No item
  Drowzee Lv.29
No item
 
Scientist
Reward:  1650
  Electrode Lv.33
No item


5F
Trainer Pokémon
 
Rocket
Reward:  1015
  Hypno Lv.33
No item
 
Juggler
Reward:  1160
  Kadabra Lv.29
No item
  Mr. Mime Lv.29
No item
 
Scientist
Reward:  1450
  Magneton Lv.26
No item
  Koffing Lv.26
No item
  Weezing Lv.26
No item
  Magnemite Lv.26
No item
 
Rocket
Reward:  990
  Arbok Lv.33
No item


6F
Trainer Pokémon
 
Rocket
Reward:  870
  Machop Lv.29
No item
  Machoke Lv.29
No item
 
Rocket
Reward:  840
  Zubat Lv.28
No item
  Zubat Lv.28
No item
  Golbat Lv.28
No item
 
Scientist
Reward:  1250
  Voltorb Lv.25
No item
  Koffing Lv.25
No item
  Magneton Lv.25
No item
  Magnemite Lv.25
No item
  Koffing Lv.25
No item


7F
Trainer Pokémon
 
Rocket
Reward:  870
  Cubone Lv.29
No item
  Cubone Lv.29
No item
 
Rocket
Reward:  780
  Raticate Lv.26
No item
  Arbok Lv.26
No item
  Koffing Lv.26
No item
  Golbat Lv.26
No item
 
Scientist
Reward:  1450
  Electrode Lv.29
No item
  Muk Lv.29
No item
 
Rocket
Reward:  840
  Sandshrew Lv.29
No item
  Sandslash Lv.29
No item


Pokémon Red and Blue

For each of his Pokémon, Blue has a Potion that he uses 12.5% of the time if the HP falls below 20%.

  If the player chose Bulbasaur:



  If the player chose Charmander:



  If the player chose Squirtle:



Pokémon Yellow

For each of his Pokémon, Blue has a Potion that he uses 12.5% of the time if the HP falls below 20%.

  If Eevee evolved into Vaporeon:



  If Eevee evolved into Jolteon:



  If Eevee evolved into Flareon:



8F
Trainer Pokémon
 
Rocket
Reward:  780
  Raticate Lv.26
No item
  Zubat Lv.26
No item
  Golbat Lv.26
No item
  Rattata Lv.26
No item
 
Rocket
Reward:  840
  Weezing Lv.28
No item
  Golbat Lv.28
No item
  Koffing Lv.28
No item
 
Scientist
Reward:  1450
  Grimer Lv.29
No item
  Electrode Lv.29
No item


9F
Trainer Pokémon
 
Rocket
Reward:  840
  Golbat Lv.28
No item
  Drowzee Lv.28
No item
  Hypno Lv.28
No item
 
Rocket
Reward:  840
  Drowzee Lv.28
No item
  Grimer Lv.28
No item
  Machop Lv.28
No item
 
Scientist
Reward:  1400
  Voltorb Lv.28
No item
  Koffing Lv.28
No item
  Magneton Lv.28
No item


10F
Trainer Pokémon
 
Scientist
Reward:  1450
  Magnemite Lv.29
No item
  Koffing Lv.29
No item
 
Rocket
Reward:  840
  Machoke Lv.33
No item


11F
Trainer Pokémon
 
Rocket
Reward:  750
  Rattata Lv.25
No item
  Rattata Lv.25
No item
  Zubat Lv.25
No item
  Rattata Lv.25
No item
  Ekans Lv.25
No item
 
Rocket RB
Reward:  960
  Cubone Lv.32
No item
  Drowzee Lv.32
No item
  Marowak Lv.32
No item


Pokémon Red and Blue

Giovanni has a Guard Spec. for each of his Pokémon, using it randomly 25% of the time.



Pokémon Yellow



Giovanni has a Guard Spec. for each of his Pokémon, using it randomly 25% of the time.



Generation III

2F
Trainer Pokémon
 
Team Rocket Grunt
Reward:  800
  Golbat Lv.25
No item
  Zubat Lv.25
No item
  Zubat Lv.25
No item
  Raticate Lv.25
No item
  Zubat Lv.25
No item
 
Scientist Jerry
ヒデオ Hideo
Reward:  1344
  Magnemite Lv.28
No item
  Voltorb Lv.28
No item
  Magneton Lv.28
No item
 
Team Rocket Grunt
Reward:  928
  Cubone Lv.29
No item
  Zubat Lv.29
No item
 
Scientist Connor
ユヅル Yudzuru
Reward:  1248
  Grimer Lv.26
No item
  Weezing Lv.26
No item
  Koffing Lv.26
No item
  Weezing Lv.26
No item
Trainers with a Vs. Seeker by their names, when alerted for a rematch using the item, may use higher-level Pokémon.


3F
Trainer Pokémon
 
Team Rocket Grunt
Reward:  896
  Raticate Lv.28
No item
  Hypno Lv.28
No item
  Raticate Lv.28
No item
 
Scientist Jose
トモノリ Tomonori
Reward:  1392
  Electrode Lv.29
No item
  Weezing Lv.29
No item
Trainers with a Vs. Seeker by their names, when alerted for a rematch using the item, may use higher-level Pokémon.


4F
Trainer Pokémon
 
Team Rocket Grunt
Reward:  896
  Ekans Lv.28
No item
  Zubat Lv.28
No item
  Cubone Lv.28
No item
 
Team Rocket Grunt
Reward:  928
  Machop Lv.29
No item
  Drowzee Lv.29
No item
 
Scientist Rodney
マサヒロ Masahiro
Reward:  1584
  Electrode 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.


5F
Trainer Pokémon
 
Team Rocket Grunt
Reward:  1056
  Hypno Lv.33
No item
 
Juggler Dalton
テリー Terry
Reward:  1160
  Kadabra Lv.29
No item
  Mr. Mime Lv.29
No item
 
Scientist Beau
カズユキ Kazuyuki
Reward:  1248
  Magneton Lv.26
No item
  Magnemite Lv.26
No item
  Koffing Lv.26
No item
  Weezing Lv.26
No item
 
Team Rocket Grunt
Reward:  1056
  Arbok 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.


6F
Trainer Pokémon
 
Team Rocket Grunt
Reward:  928
  Machop Lv.29
No item
  Machoke Lv.29
No item
 
Team Rocket Grunt
Reward:  896
  Zubat Lv.28
No item
  Zubat Lv.28
No item
  Golbat Lv.28
No item
 
Scientist Taylor
ソウスケ Sōsuke
Reward:  1200
  Voltorb Lv.25
No item
  Koffing Lv.25
No item
  Magneton Lv.25
No item
  Magnemite Lv.25
No item
  Koffing Lv.25
No item
Trainers with a Vs. Seeker by their names, when alerted for a rematch using the item, may use higher-level Pokémon.


7F
Trainer Pokémon
 
Team Rocket Grunt
Reward:  928
  Cubone Lv.29
No item
  Cubone Lv.29
No item
 
Team Rocket Grunt
Reward:  832
  Raticate Lv.26
No item
  Zubat Lv.26
No item
  Golbat Lv.26
No item
  Rattata Lv.26
No item
 
Scientist Joshua
シュウイチ Shūichi
Reward:  1392
  Electrode Lv.29
No item
  Muk Lv.29
No item
 
Team Rocket Grunt
Reward:  928
  Sandshrew Lv.29
No item
  Sandslash Lv.29
No item
Trainers with a Vs. Seeker by their names, when alerted for a rematch using the item, may use higher-level Pokémon.


  If the player chose Bulbasaur:



  If the player chose Charmander:



  If the player chose Squirtle:



8F
Trainer Pokémon
 
Team Rocket Grunt
Reward:  832
  Raticate Lv.26
No item
  Golbat Lv.26
No item
  Arbok Lv.26
No item
  Koffing Lv.26
No item
 
Team Rocket Grunt
Reward:  896
  Weezing Lv.28
No item
  Golbat Lv.28
No item
  Koffing Lv.28
No item
 
Scientist Parker
ヒデキ Hideki
Reward:  1392
  Grimer Lv.29
No item
  Electrode Lv.29
No item
Trainers with a Vs. Seeker by their names, when alerted for a rematch using the item, may use higher-level Pokémon.


9F
Trainer Pokémon
 
Team Rocket Grunt
Reward:  896
  Golbat Lv.28
No item
  Drowzee Lv.28
No item
  Hypno Lv.28
No item
 
Team Rocket Grunt
Reward:  896
  Drowzee Lv.28
No item
  Grimer Lv.28
No item
  Machop Lv.28
No item
 
Scientist Ed
スグル Suguru
Reward:  1344
  Voltorb Lv.28
No item
  Magneton Lv.28
No item
  Koffing Lv.28
No item
Trainers with a Vs. Seeker by their names, when alerted for a rematch using the item, may use higher-level Pokémon.


10F
Trainer Pokémon
 
Team Rocket Grunt
Reward:  1056
  Machoke Lv.33
No item
 
Scientist Travis
ヨシヤ Yoshiya
Reward:  1392
  Magnemite Lv.29
No item
  Koffing Lv.29
No item
Trainers with a Vs. Seeker by their names, when alerted for a rematch using the item, may use higher-level Pokémon.


11F
Trainer Pokémon
 
Team Rocket Grunt
Reward:  800
  Rattata Lv.25
No item
  Zubat Lv.25
No item
  Ekans Lv.25
No item
  Rattata Lv.25
No item
  Rattata Lv.25
No item
 
Team Rocket Grunt
Reward:  1024
  Cubone Lv.32
No item
  Drowzee Lv.32
No item
  Marowak Lv.32
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

1F




Trainer Pokémon
After becoming Champion
Master Trainer
 
Ace Trainer Leopold
ユウマ Yūma
Reward: N/A
  Kingler Lv.75
Agility Stomp
Scald Guillotine


2F
Trainer Pokémon
 
Team Rocket Grunt
Reward:  924
  Raticate Lv.33
No item
 
Team Rocket Grunt
Reward:  924
  Koffing Lv.33
No item
  Koffing Lv.33
No item
  Koffing Lv.33
No item
 
Scientist Jerry
ヒデオ Hideo
Reward:  2,100
  Electabuzz Lv.35
No item
 
Scientist Connor
ユヅル Yudzuru
Reward:  2,100
  Weezing Lv.35
No item


3F
Trainer Pokémon
 
Scientist Jose
トモノリ Tomonori
Reward:  2,100
  Grimer Lv.35
No item
  Magmar Lv.35
No item
 
Team Rocket Grunt
Reward:  924
  Haunter Lv.33
No item


4F
Trainer Pokémon
 
Team Rocket Grunt
Reward:  924
  Koffing Lv.33
No item
  Electrode Lv.33
No item
 
Team Rocket Grunt
Reward:  924
  Rattata Lv.33
No item
  Grimer Lv.33
No item
 
Scientist Rodney
スグル Suguru
Reward:  2,100
  Voltorb Lv.35
No item
  Voltorb Lv.35
No item
  Electrode Lv.35
No item
After becoming Champion
Master Trainer
 
Black Belt Masahiro
マサシゲ Masashige
Reward: N/A
  Machop Lv.65
Thunder Punch Poison Jab
Bulk Up -


5F
Trainer Pokémon
 
Juggler Dalton
テリー Terry
Reward:  1,360
3 Poké Balls
  Hypno Lv.34
No item
  Haunter Lv.34
No item
  Kadabra Lv.34
No item
 
Scientist Beau
カズユキ Kazuyuki
Reward:  2,100
  Muk Lv.35
No item
 
Team Rocket Grunt
Reward:  924
  Ekans Lv.33
No item
  Hypno Lv.33
No item
 
Team Rocket Grunt
Reward:  924
  Zubat Lv.33
No item
  Arbok Lv.33
No item


Trace joins the player in a Multi Battle against Archer and a Team Rocket Grunt.

  In Let's Go, Pikachu!:



  In Let's Go, Eevee!: