Skyarrow Bridge

Skyarrow Bridge スカイアローブリッジ
Skyarrow Bridge
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Skyarrow Bridge entrance BW.png
Map description: The biggest, longest bridge in Unova has four supporting towers.
Location: Between Pinwheel Forest and Castelia City
Region: Unova
Generations: V
Unova Skyarrow Bridge Map.png
Location of Skyarrow Bridge in Unova.
Pokémon world locations

The Skyarrow Bridge (Japanese: スカイアローブリッジ Skyarrow Bridge) is a long suspension bridge that connects the southeastern part of Unova via the Pinwheel Forest to Castelia City in central Unova. The bridge serves as a means of transportation into and out of Castelia City.

In the games

The middle of the Skyarrow Bridge

The Skyarrow Bridge first appears in Pokémon Black and White. The player can access it after retrieving the Dragon Skull from Team Plasma. The bridge has two spans to support it across the water and loops off on the eastern entrance. Each end of the bridge has a gate between it and the area it is connected to.

The lower part of the bridge is built for vehicle traffic while suspended above the roadway is a pedestrian walkway. While traveling across the bridge, it is possible to see a stunning view of Castelia City due to changing camera angles. The Royal Unova can occasionally be seen passing underneath the bridge.

On the Pinwheel Forest side, there is a small viewing area between the forest area and the Bridge Gate. Inside the Pinwheel Forest Bridge Gate, a Hiker will give the player a Quick Claw, while a woman will talk about item maniacs. On the bridge itself, there are several people admiring it. At the Castelia City Bridge Gate, a woman complains about her sore legs from walking across the bridge.

In Black 2 and White 2, the bridge is temporarily closed for inspections until the player enters the Hall of Fame. On the bridge, the player can find a man in an orange shirt who is parched and in need of some Fresh Water. If the player gives him a bottle, he will be rehydrated and dash to the Driftveil Drawbridge. The player can meet him there and give him Fresh Water again, and this repeats on the Tubeline Bridge, Village Bridge, Marvelous Bridge, and in the Marine Tube. After giving him Fresh Water in the Marine Tube, he will return here, where he will give the player a dozen bottles of Moomoo Milk.


Item Location Games
  Quick Claw From a Hiker in the Pinwheel Forest Bridge Gate  B  W 
  Quick Claw From a Clerk♀ at the Castelia City Bridge Gate  B2  W2 
  Fresh Water Sold by a man on the bridge for  300  B2  W2 
  Moomoo Milk ×12 From the man in the orange shirt after giving him a Fresh Water here, on the Driftveil Drawbridge, Tubeline Bridge, Village Bridge, Marvelous Bridge, and in the Marine Tube  B2  W2 

In the anime

Skyarrow Bridge in the anime
Skyarrow Bridge still under construction

Skyarrow Bridge is a huge suspension bridge that connects Pinwheel Forest and Castelia City, and the largest bridge in Unova like in the games. A small Poké Mart is located nearby, having food and a telephone system. Prior to the bridge's construction, a water taxi service operated by Sally and her father helped travelers cross the river. A departure building and an old storage building for ferry supplies also once stood there. Additionally, there is a nearby road meant for transportation.

In The Lost World of Gothitelle!, a Gothitelle created a fog around the bridge to deter people from crossing. Ash and his friends crossed it anyway and were attacked by Gothitelle. It then created an illusion of its old life with Sally and her father, when the bridge was still under construction. The group followed Gothitelle onto Skyarrow Bridge, where it attacked them once more. However, Sally appeared and stopped it from battling Ash's Snivy. As a result of this reunion, Gothitelle cleared the fog, allowing Ash's group to cross. It then mysteriously disappeared.

The bridge made a cameo appearance in Thrash of the Titans! as Ash and Goh flew over it and Castelia City on their way to Opelucid City.

In the manga

Skyarrow Bridge in Pokémon Adventures

Pokémon Adventures

Black & White arc

Skyarrow Bridge appeared in A Direct Attack and a Daunting Defense. After being attacked by a mysterious Pokémon in Pinwheel Forest, Black and White entered Skyarrow Bridge, where they encountered Janitor Geoff, who complained that they were making the bridge dirty, and challenged Black to a battle. After Black won the battle, Geoff revealed that he was actually the president of the Battle Company, and told the two Trainers that the mysterious Pokémon they had encountered had been the Legendary Pokémon Virizion.

In the TCG

The following is a list of cards named Skyarrow Bridge.

Skyarrow Bridge
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
Rarity # Japanese
Rarity #
Skyarrow Bridge St Next Destinies   91/99 Psycho Drive   051/052

The following is a list is of cards mentioning or featuring the Skyarrow Bridge 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
Rarity # Japanese
Rarity #
Lapras   Next Destinies   25/99 Psycho Drive   015/052
Cryogonal   Plasma Freeze   30/116 Thunder Knuckle   015/051
Kyurem   Legendary Treasures   43/113 EX Battle Boost   035/093
Xatu   Legendary Treasures   56/113 EX Battle Boost   047/093
Drifloon   Plasma Blast   34/101 Megalo Cannon   026/076
Gurdurr   Noble Victories   63/101 Psycho Drive   035/052
Skarmory   Boundaries Crossed   96/149 Cold Flare   040/059
Klink   McDonald's Collection   10/12 Snivy Collection Sheet   003/009
Meowth   Next Destinies   80/99 Psycho Drive   045/052
Staraptor   Plasma Freeze   97/116 Thunder Knuckle   045/051
Pidove   McDonald's Collection   11/12 Tepig Collection Sheet   006/009
Cheren Su Emerging Powers   91/98 White Collection   053/053
      BW-P Promotional cards   013/BW-P
      Virizion Strength Deck   012/014
      Terrakion Strength Deck   012/014
      Cobalion Strength Deck   012/014
      Battle Theme Deck: Victini   020/021
Dark Explorers   91/108 Reshiram-EX Battle Strength Deck   017/018
      Zekrom-EX Battle Strength Deck   017/018
      Battle Gift Set: Thundurus vs Tornadus   019/020
      Hydreigon Half Deck   014/015
      Garchomp Half Deck   014/015
      Master Deck Build Box EX   042/046
      Black Kyurem-EX Battle Strength Deck   016/018
      White Kyurem-EX Battle Strength Deck   016/018
      Blastoise + Kyurem-EX Combo Deck   015/018
      Mewtwo Half Deck   014/016
      Genesect Half Deck   014/016


  • Skyarrow Bridge draws inspiration from Brooklyn Bridge and Rainbow Bridge.[citation needed]
  • If the player enters Skyarrow Bridge and then gets on their bicycle, the music does not change.
  • Starting and ending from either staircase, Skyarrow Bridge is 386 steps long. This makes it the longest non-circular straight path in the games, making it popular for Egg hatching.
  • In Pokémon Black and White, there is an Ace Trainer who is searching for the exact centerpoint of the bridge. Assuming that only the fully elevated part counts (which is 195 steps long), the centerpoint would be at 98th step. The Ace Trainer spawns just one step south of the centerpoint.
  • Despite being outside, the player cannot use Fly or their bicycle in the small outdoor Bridge Gate area between Pinwheel Forest and Skyarrow Bridge.
  • If the player passes underneath the second span without stopping, they can hear the wind in the background as the camera zooms in on them.
  • The Skyarrow Bridge makes an appearance as a backdrop when a Pokémon from Unova is used in the Alola Photo Club in Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon.
  • Skyarrow Bridge is Junichi Masuda's favorite location in Pokémon Black and White.[1]

In other languages

Language Title
Chinese Cantonese 天箭橋 Tīnjin Kìuh *
天之箭橋 Tīn-jī Jin Kìuh *
Mandarin 天箭橋 / 天箭桥 Tiānjiàn Qiáo *
天之箭橋 Tiān-zhī Jiàn Qiáo *
  Finnish Skyarrow-silta
  European French Pont Sagiciel
  German Himmelspfeilbrücke
  Italian Ponte Freccialuce
  Korean 스카이애로 브리지 Seukaiaero Beuriji
  Polish Strzelisty Most
  Brazilian Portuguese Ponte Flecha Celeste
  Russian Мост Небесой Стрелы Most Nebesoi Strely
Spanish   Latin America Puente Flecha Cielo
  Spain Puente Saeta
  Vietnamese Cầu Thiên Cung


  1. (February 10, 2011). Interview with Game Freak in London by Bisafans (Page 2) (German)

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