Slateport City

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Slateport City カイナシティ
Kaina City
"The port where people and Pokémon cross paths with nature."
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People from many different regions gather and mingle in this bustling port city.
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Route 110
 
Slateport City
Route 134
 
Route 109
 
Location
Hoenn Slateport City Map.png
Location of Slateport City in Hoenn.

Slateport City (Japanese: カイナシティ Kaina City) is a port town on the southern coast of Hoenn. It is the ninth largest city in the Pokémon world.

Slateport was created because the clean water made the food abundant in the area, so a local market started to grow. The city then soon became a harbor where ships and boats come and go. There is a lighthouse near the south of Slateport that illuminates the sea for passing ships. It is a great shopping destination with a local Slateport Market. Captain Stern is a big name in Slateport. He is an undersea explorer who runs Stern's Shipyard, the local Oceanic Museum and also working on the S.S. Tidal which runs in and out of Slateport City after its completion.

The city has three major entrances, one from the north of Slateport City is Route 110, which has a bicycle route as well as a path to Mauville City, one that is directly south of the city is the beach of Route 109, and one that is east of the city is the ocean path of Route 134, but the water's current is too strong to Surf east.

Slogan

The port where people and Pokémon cross paths with nature. (Japanese: ヒトと ポケモンが いきかう みなと The port where people and Pokémon cross paths with nature.)

Places of interest

Slateport Market

"Unique items found nowhere else!"

The Slateport Market is an open-air bazaar featuring items that cannot be easily found anywhere else. The Slateport Market has been in business since the creation of Slateport City itself as the clean water made the food abundant in the area, so a local market started to grow. The Slateport Market is situated next to the ocean, so the scent of the salty sea seeps through the air. There is a place to buy Secret Base decorations, vitamins, IncensesORAS, and fresh seaweed there.

Shops

Doll shop

There is a shopkeeper in the bottom-left corner that sells Pokémon dolls.

Dolls (Generation III)
  Azurill Doll
 3000
  Marill Doll
 3000
  Skitty Doll
 3000
Dolls (Generation VI)
  Marill Doll
 3,000
  Azurill Doll
 3,000
  Skitty Doll
 3,000


TM shop

There is another shopkeeper in the middle-rightRSE/top-rightORAS side that sells TMs. In Generation III, this shopkeeper only appears after the player obtains TM43 (Secret Power) on Route 111.

TMs (Generation III)
  TM10 (Hidden Power)
 3000
  TM43 (Secret Power)
 3000
TMs (Generation VI)
  TM01 (Hone Claws)
 5,000
  TM73 (Thunder Wave)
 5,000
  TM76 (Struggle Bug)
 5,000
  TM100 (Confide)
 5,000


Incense shop

In Generation VI, there is a shopkeeper that sells Incenses in the middle-right side.

Incenses
  Sea Incense
 9,600
  Lax Incense
 9,600
  Rose Incense
 9,600
  Pure Incense
 9,600
  Rock Incense
 9,600
  Odd Incense
 9,600
  Luck Incense
 9,600
  Full Incense
 9,600
  Wave Incense
 9,600


Energy Guru

In Generation III, after entering the Hall of Fame, the Energy Guru will occasionally announce a sale on television, when he will sell everything at half price. In Generation VI, the sale will occur every Monday.

Energy Guru (Generation III)
  Protein
 9800
  Iron
 9800
  Carbos
 9800
  Zinc
 9800
  Calcium
 9800
  HP Up
 9800
Energy Guru (Generation VI)
  Protein
 9,800
  Iron
 9,800
  Calcium
 9,800
  Zinc
 9,800
  Carbos
 9,800
  HP Up
 9,800


Additionally, the woman standing next to the Energy Guru will award the Pokémon in front of the player's party with an Effort Ribbon, provided that the Pokémon does not have the Ribbon already and the Pokémon has previously acquired 510 effort values.

Secret Power Club shop

Once the player has obtained the TM for Secret Power at Route 111, they will be able to buy Secret Base decorations here.

Secret Power Club shop (Generation III)
  Red Brick
 500
  Blue Brick
 500
  Yellow Brick
 500
  Red Balloon
 500
  Blue Balloon
 500
  Yellow Balloon
 500
  C Low Note Mat
 500
  D Note Mat
 500
  E Note Mat
 500
  F Note Mat
 500
  G Note Mat
 500
  A Note Mat
 500
  B Note Mat
 500
  C High Note Mat
 500
Secret Power Club shop (Generation VI)
  Red Brick
 500
  Yellow Brick
 500
  Blue Brick
 500
  Red Balloon
 500
  Yellow Balloon
 500
  Blue Balloon
 500
  Low C Note Mat
 500
  D Note Mat
 500
  E Note Mat
 500
  F Note Mat
 500
  G Note Mat
 500
  A Note Mat
 500
  B Note Mat
 500
  High C Note Mat
 500


Berry Powder woman

In Pokémon Emerald, there is a woman in the northern part of the market who concocts a variety of medicines from Berry Powder and will exchange Berry Powder for herbal medicine and vitamins. When she is first visited, he gives the player the Powder Jar, and will ask the player to make some Berry Powder from the new machine that crushes Berries in the Pokémon Center upstairs. There is also a sign next to her that keeps a record of pressing-speed ranking the player achieves.

Berry Powder
  EnergyPowder
50 units
  Energy Root
80 units
  Heal Powder
50 units
  Revival Herb
300 units
  Protein
1,000 units
  Iron
1,000 units
  Carbos
1,000 units
  Calcium
1,000 units
  Zinc
1,000 units
  HP Up
1,000 units
  PP Up
3,000 units


Oceanic Museum

Main article: Oceanic Museum

The Oceanic Museum is a large two-floored museum located in the eastern district of Slateport. The museum was built by Captain Stern to teach others of the ocean and the ocean floor. There is a  50 entrance fee which must be paid upon entry. The first floor contains information about the sea. There are seven exhibits, each with a different piece of information about the sea. On the western wing, there are experiments and displays involving Whirlpools, Waterfalls, buoyancy, and fossilization. While, on the eastern wing, there are displays and samples of ancient beach sand, and old sedimentary rocks, as well as fun facts about the sea. On the second floor, there are nine more exhibits, which include models of the Hoenn region and the ship S.S. Anne. The museum can be entered free of charge before Team Magma or Team Aqua leave, as the reception believes that the player is part of their group. However, this only works if the player lacks the money needed for the  50 fee.

Pokémon Fan Club

Main article: Pokémon Fan Club

Slateport is the home to the headquarters for the Hoenn branch of the Pokémon Fan Club. The Fan Club is basically a place for people to meet and chat about their favorite Pokémon and to show off their collections to each other. In general, the members are usually more oriented to unevolved, cute Pokémon and Pokémon Contests than Pokémon battles. The people in the Fan Club adore their Pokémon and give friendly advice. One of the women in the Fan Club will give away a Soothe Bell if the player's Pokémon has a high friendship. In Emerald, people show off their Pokémon in Contests because the Contest Hall in Lilycove City is too far to travel. Gabby and Ty often visit the Club House in Hoenn to do interviews with enthusiastic Trainers.

Trainers of the Poké Fan Trainer class are members of the Pokémon Fan Club. The Hoenn Pokémon Fan Club Chairman sits in the center of the club house. He claims to have raised over 100 different Pokémon in his lifetime. He travels across the nation on his Fearow.

In Pokémon Emerald, there is a Move Tutor here who will teach a compatible Pokémon Swagger one time only. In Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire, a Pokémon Breeder here can trim Furfrou for  500.

Stern's Shipyard

Main article: Stern's Shipyard

Stern's Shipyard is a building owned by Captain Stern. Stern's Shipyard is a large brown building located next to the ocean. In front of the building are two houses, and around the building are three small wooden boats. It is located in the eastern part of Slateport City, and is where the S.S. Tidal was constructed. The Shipyard also takes old boats and sinks them, to make habitats for the Pokémon who live around the city and its neighboring beaches.

Slateport Harbor

The Harbor is located at the northeast of Slateport. This is where Captain Stern can be found most of the time, trading the Scanner for a DeepSeaScale or DeepSeaTooth. After the player visits the summit of Mt. Pyre for the first time (and, in Emerald, also clears the Magma Hideout), Captain Stern is seen being interviewed outside the Harbor. Submarine Explorer 1 is then stolen by Team AquaSEAS/Team MagmaROR. After entering the Hall of Fame, Captain Stern is here, asking the player to go on a cruise on the S.S. Tidal.

Vending Machine

In Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire, there is a Vending Machine at the back of the harbor building.

  Soda Pop
 300


Name Rater

Main article: Name Rater

The Name Rater of Hoenn lives in northern district of Slateport City. As always, he allows Trainers to change the nickname of any Pokémon they captured or received in-game. Those traded from outside sources will not be able to be renamed. If the Pokémon was caught by the player that currently owns it, he'll say that the name could be better and offer the player the option of changing it. If the Pokémon he's judging was obtained via a trade, he will say that the name is perfect and refuse to change it. However, if both players have identical Trainer IDs and secret IDs, he will allow name changes.

Contest Hall

Main article: Contest Hall

The Hyper Rank Pokémon Contest is located in Slateport. Only Pokémon who have beaten the Super Rank can perform here. It is replaced by the Battle Tent in Emerald. Contest entries of all ranks are unrestricted in Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire.

Battle Tent

Main article: Battle Tent

The Battle Tent can only be found in Pokémon Emerald. It is one of the three Battle Tents found in Emerald. Entrants pick out three Pokémon from a list of 6 random rentals, all at level 30. Then, three Trainers battle, having a chance after each battle to possibly trade a Pokémon for one from the person that was just defeated.

Demographics

Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire

In Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire, the population of Slateport City is 76, making it the second largest city in Hoenn, behind Lilycove City. Slateport City's high population can be attributed to a number of factors, such as its market, beach, and shipyard.

Pokémon Emerald

In Pokémon Emerald, the population of Slateport City is 60, making it the third largest city in Hoenn after the cities of Lilycove and Rustboro.

Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire

In Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire, Slateport City has a total population of 79, making it the third largest city in Hoenn after the cities of Mauville and Lilycove.

Poké Mart

Generation III
  Poké Ball
 200
  Great Ball
 600
  Potion
 300
  Super Potion
 700
  Antidote
 100
  Parlyz Heal
 200
  Escape Rope
 550
  Repel
 350
  Harbor Mail
 50


Lower cashier (Generation VI)
  Poké Ball
 200
  Great Ball
 600
  Ultra Ball3 Badges
 1,200
  Potion
 300
  Super Potion
 700
  Hyper Potion
 1,200
  Max Potion4 Badges
 2,500
  Full Restore5 Badges
 3,000
  Revive
 1,500
  Antidote
 100
  Paralyze Heal
 200
  Awakening
 250
  Burn Heal
 250
  Ice Heal
 250
  Full Heal3 Badges
 600
  Escape Rope
 550
  Repel
 350
  Super Repel
 500
  Max Repel3 Badges
 700
Upper cashier (Generation VI)
  X Speed
 350
  X Attack
 500
  X Defense
 550
  Guard Spec.
 700
  Dire Hit
 650
  X Accuracy
 950
  X Sp. Atk
 350
  X Sp. Def
 350


Items

Item Location Games
  Soothe Bell From the woman at the back of the Pokémon Fan Club if the player's lead Pokémon has at least 150 friendship  R  S  E  OR  AS 
  Red Scarf From the chairman in the Pokémon Fan Club if the player's lead Pokémon has at least 200 Coolness  R  S  E  OR  AS 
  Blue Scarf From the chairman in the Pokémon Fan Club if the player's lead Pokémon has at least 200 Beauty  R  S  E  OR  AS 
  Pink Scarf From the chairman in the Pokémon Fan Club if the player's lead Pokémon has at least 200 Cuteness  R  S  E  OR  AS 
  Green Scarf From the chairman in the Pokémon Fan Club if the player's lead Pokémon has at least 200 Cleverness  R  S  E  OR  AS 
  Yellow Scarf From the chairman in the Pokémon Fan Club if the player's lead Pokémon has at least 200 Toughness*  R  S  E  OR  AS 
  Powder Jar From the woman in the northeast corner of the Slateport Market  E 
Effort Ribbon From the woman next to the Energy Guru in the Slateport Market, if the player's lead Pokémon has 510 EVs  R  S  E  OR  AS 
  Alakazite In the southwest corner of the Slateport Market  OR  AS 
  Contest Pass From Lisia after delivering the Devon Parts to Captain Stern and attempting to enter Route 110  OR  AS 
  Pokéblock Kit From Lisia after delivering the Devon Parts to Captain Stern and attempting to enter Route 110  OR  AS 
  DeepSeaTooth From Captain Stern in exchange for the Scanner (choice between this or the DeepSeaScale)  R  S  E 
  DeepSeaScale From Captain Stern in exchange for the Scanner (choice between this or the DeepSeaTooth)  R  S  E 
  Clear Bell From Captain Stern in exchange for the Scanner  OR 
  Tidal Bell From Captain Stern in exchange for the Scanner  AS 

Contest Hall/Battle Tent

Item Location Games
  TM41 (Torment) From a Sailor in the Contest HallRSORAS/Battle TentE  R  S  E  OR  AS 
  Pokéblock Case From a little girl in the Contest Hall  R  S 
  Luxury Ball Prize for winning a Contest with a Pokémon that has won a Master Rank Contest before and already has a Ribbon of the won category and rank  R  S 
  Full Heal Reward for completing the Battle Tent  E 
  Contest Costume From Lisia upon approaching the Contest Hall reception for the first time (can be received at any Contest Hall)  OR  AS 
  Star Light From Lisia after defeating her in a Master Rank Contest (can be received at any Contest Hall)  OR  AS 

Pokémon

Generation III

  Pokémon     Games     Location     Levels     Rate  
Surfing
  Tentacool
R S E
  Surfing
5-35 60%
  Wingull
R S E
  Surfing
10-30 35%
  Pelipper
R S E
  Surfing
25-30 5%
Fishing
  Tentacool
R S E
  Fishing
Old Rod
5-10 30%
  Magikarp
R S E
  Fishing
Old Rod
5-10 70%
  Tentacool
R S E
  Fishing
Good Rod
10-30 20%
  Magikarp
R S E
  Fishing
Good Rod
10-30 60%
  Wailmer
R S E
  Fishing
Good Rod
10-30 20%
  Wailmer
R S E
  Fishing
Super Rod
20-45 100%
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.


Generation VI

  Pokémon     Games     Location     Levels     Rate  
Surfing
  Tentacool
OR AS
  Surfing
20, 25 65%
  Wingull
OR AS
  Surfing
20 30%
  Pelipper
OR AS
  Surfing
25, 30 5%
Fishing
  Tentacool
OR AS
  Fishing
Old Rod
5 35%
  Magikarp
OR AS
  Fishing
Old Rod
10, 15 65%
  Tentacool
OR AS
  Fishing
Good Rod
25 35%
  Magikarp
OR AS
  Fishing
Good Rod
25 60%
  Wailmer
OR AS
  Fishing
Good Rod
25 5%
  Wailmer
OR AS
  Fishing
Super Rod
30, 35, 40 100%
Gift Pokémon
  Pikachu
Rock Star
OR AS
  Gift
20 One
  Pikachu
Pop Star
OR AS
  Gift
20 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

Pokémon Omega Ruby

Trainer Pokémon
 
Team Magma Grunt
Reward:  1,440
  Mightyena Lv.36
No item
 
Team Magma Grunt
Reward:  1,360
  Numel Lv.34
No item
  Golbat Lv.34
No item
Trainers with a PokéNav by their names will be registered in the Trainer's Eyes or Match Call function after the first battle, and may have a rematch with the player with higher-level Pokémon.


Pokémon Alpha Sapphire

Trainer Pokémon
 
Team Aqua Grunt
Reward:  1,440
  Mightyena Lv.36
No item
 
Team Aqua Grunt
Reward:  1,360
  Carvanha Lv.34
No item
  Golbat Lv.34
No item
Trainers with a PokéNav by their names will be registered in the Trainer's Eyes or Match Call function after the first battle, and may have a rematch with the player with higher-level Pokémon.


Appearance

Ruby Sapphire Emerald Omega Ruby Alpha Sapphire
     
 

In the anime

 
Slateport City in the anime

In the anime, Slateport City is a large city on a cliff overlooking the ocean. It is also the hometown of Harley, a Pokémon Coordinator and one of May's rivals. Ash and his friends arrived there in Now That's Flower Power!, where May met Drew while practicing for the Slateport City Pokémon Contest with her Beautifly at the beach.

In Having a Wailord of a Time, it was revealed that Slateport City's Nurse Joy, in addition to being responsible for the health and well-being of Pokémon at the Pokémon Center, gives new Trainers their starter Pokémon. Joy explained that Littleroot Town's location may be difficult for some Trainers to reach, and Slateport City offers a convenient alternative. New Trainers have the choice of Treecko, Torchic, and Mudkip.

The Slateport Contest took place in Win, Lose or Drew!. May was very nervous as it was her first time competing in a Pokémon Contest, while contestants such as Drew and Robert were more relaxed. In the Appeals Round, Drew did a very good job at showcasing his Roselia's style and skill, earning a high score from the panel of judges. Robert also managed to captivate the judges' attention with his Milotic, delivering a performance that received a perfect score.

 
Coordinators who cleared the first stage

Later, when May was called on stage, her nervousness got the best of her and she fell down to the ground when she was about to call out her Beautifly. Vivian helped her to get up and May kicked things off by throwing a flying disc up in the air so Beautifly could use String Shot on it and send it back to her. After that, Beautifly created a giant tornado with its Silver Wind attack. Despite May's shaky start, the judges felt her performance was impressive enough and she was among the Coordinators moving on to the Contest Battles along with Drew and Robert.

After the list of contestants was randomly shuffled, the match-ups for the second round were determined, revealing that May would face off against Drew in the first match. May was determined to beat her rival, but her lack of experience caused her downfall as Beautifly was subdued by Roselia's powerful Solar Beam. With Beautifly unable to continue battling, the judges ruled Battle Off and declared Drew as the winner. Afterwards, Drew and his Roselia went up against Robert and his Milotic in the semifinals. Despite Drew's efforts, Robert easily defeated him and proceeded to the finals, where he once again emerged victorious, earning the coveted Slateport Ribbon.

In The Spheal of Approval, Ash and Max visited the Oceanic Museum and met Captain Stern, but they were caught in an attack by Team Magma. The thief got away with only half of the volcanic stone, while Captain Stern was able to recover the other half to continue his research.

After learning that the Hoenn Grand Festival would be held in Slateport City, May and her friends traveled there aboard the S.S. St. Flower in The Ribbon Cup Caper. The event took place from Hi Ho Silver Wind! to Rhapsody in Drew. May, Drew, Harley, Robert, and Anthony were ultimately among the 247 Coordinators who qualified for the competition. During the competition, May was able to defeat Harley and Anthony, but lost to Drew in the quarterfinal round. In the end, Robert emerged victorious by defeating Drew, earning the Ribbon Cup and becoming a Top Coordinator.

In The Cuteness Quotient!, Ash, Goh, Chloe, and Jinny visited Slateport City so that Jinny could compete in the Friendship Festival with her Feebas. While in Slateport, Goh caught a Wingull.

Gallery

Pokémon Center Contest Hall Oceanic Museum Hoenn Grand Festival
       

In the manga

Pokémon Adventures

Spoiler warning: this article may contain major plot or ending details.
 
Slateport City in Pokémon Adventures

Ruby & Sapphire chapter

In Tripped Up by Torkoal, Ruby and Sapphire arrived at Slateport on Sapphire's Wailord, nicknamed Lorry. After splitting up from Sapphire, Ruby met the region's Pokémon Fan Club Chairman, who led Ruby to the city's Contest Hall. There, Ruby learned that he had to apply for a new Contest Pass in Verdanturf Town. After witnessing Team Magma attacking Stern's Shipyard, Ruby ended up escaping them into Submarine Explorer 1, which subsequently dived on autopilot, with him and Magma Admin Blaise on board.

After Maxie awakened Groudon and Kyogre at Seafloor Cavern, Slateport City was struck by a tsunami. In Always Keep Whiscash on You for Emergencies, Ruby returned to the flooded city to compete in the Hyper Rank Pokémon Contests, despite being the only competitor. However, he failed to obtain the Hyper Rank Beauty Ribbon due to his Feebas, Feefee, being outperformed by a mystery competitor. Angered by this, Ruby vented his frustration out on Feefee, who swam away and appeared to get trapped by the collapsing Contest Hall. After being taken to a nearby hospital unconscious, Ruby decided to help the Hoenn Gym Leaders and Sapphire deal with the crisis.

Omega Ruby & Alpha Sapphire chapter

In Omega Alpha Adventure 0, Sapphire learned from Emerald that while the two were out training in Dewford, Ruby was at Slateport hosting a Contest Spectacular with Lisia. After being interviewed by Gabby, Ruby departed to Southern Island to meet up with Latios and Latias. In Omega Alpha Adventure 21, Ruby and Sapphire performed together in a Contest Spectacular at the Slateport City Contest Hall.

Trivia

  • As Hoenn coincides with Kyushu, Slateport coincides with Nagasaki's location.

Name origin

Language Name Origin
Japanese カイナシティ Kaina City From 灰 kai (gray), 海 kai (sea), and possibly 腕 kaina (arm)
English, Danish,
Swedish
Slateport City From slate (a type of rock) or slate gray and port
German Graphitport City From Graphit (graphite) and port
Spanish Ciudad Portual From portual (Italian for "of the port")
French Poivressel From poivre et sel (pepper and salt; blend of various shades of gray)
Italian Porto Selcepoli From porto (port), selce (flint), and the suffix -poli (city)
Korean 잿빛도시 Jaetbit Dosi* From 잿빛 jaetbit (gray color)
잿빛시티 Jaetbit City*
Chinese (Mandarin) 凱那市 / 凯那市 Kǎinà Shì Transcription of its Japanese name
Chinese (Cantonese) 凱那市 Hóináh Síh
Polish Slateport City*
Miasto Slateport*
Slateport*
From its English name
Brazilian Portuguese Cidade de Slateport From its English name
Russian Слейтпорт Сити Sleytport Siti Transcription of its English name
Vietnamese Thành phố Kaina Transcription of its Japanese name


Hoenn
               
Settlements
Littleroot TownOldale TownPetalburg CityRustboro CityDewford TownSlateport CityMauville CityVerdanturf Town
Fallarbor TownLavaridge TownFortree CityLilycove CityMossdeep CitySootopolis CityPacifidlog TownEver Grande City
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Routes
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Landmarks
Petalburg WoodsRusturf TunnelIsland CaveGranite CaveAbandoned ShipSea MauvilleOceanic Museum
Seaside Cycling RoadTrick HouseMauville Game CornerNew MauvilleTrainer HillDesert RuinsMirage TowerFiery Path
Jagged PassMt. ChimneyDesert UnderpassMeteor FallsWeather InstituteScorched SlabAncient TombSafari ZoneMt. Pyre
Lilycove MuseumShoal CaveTeam Aqua Hideout • Team Magma Hideout (LilycoveJagged Pass) • Mossdeep Space CenterSeafloor Cavern
Cave of OriginMirage IslandSky PillarVictory RoadSealed ChamberArtisan CaveAltering CaveSouthern IslandMarine CaveTerra Cave
Contest HallBattle MaisonBattle TowerBattle TentSecret IsletSecret MeadowSecret Shore
Mirage spots

Mirage CavesMirage ForestsMirage IslandsMirage Mountains
Crescent IsleFabled CaveGnarled DenNameless CavernPathless PlainTrackless Forest

Access to
Birth IslandFaraway IslandNavel RockSky


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