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Altering Cave

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{{Infobox location
|image=FL Altering Cave.png
|japanese_name=へんげのどうくつ
|translated_name=Changing Cave
|location=[[Outcast Island]] ([[Sevii Islands]])<br>{{rt|103|Hoenn}} ([[Hoenn]])
|region=Sevii Islands|Sevii Islands / Hoenn
|region2=Hoenn
|generation={{gen|III}}
}}
 
The '''Altering Cave''' (Japanese: '''へんげのどうくつ''' ''Changing Cave'') is found in {{game3|FireRed and LeafGreen|Pokémon FireRed, LeafGreen|s}} and {{v2|Emerald}}. Only {{p|Zubat}} can be found in this cave, but it is possible for the Altering Cave's wild Pokémon to be altered by using [[Mystery Gift]] at a Wonder Spot hosted by Nintendo. Despite this, no country has ever held an event to make use of this hidden feature.
 
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==Location==
 
{{Infobox location
|image=Pokemon-E-AlteringCave.png
|type=cave
|location_name=Altering Cave
|japanese_name=へんげのどうくつ
|translated_name=Changing Cave
|location=[[Hoenn Route 103|Route 103]]
|region=Hoenn|Hoenn
|generation={{gen|III}}
}}
 
In {{game|FireRed and LeafGreen|s}}, Altering Cave is found north of [[Fortune Island]] on [[Outcast Island]]. In {{v2|Emerald}}, Altering Cave is found on {{rt|103|Hoenn}}, on the east bank of the pond that passes through the center of the route. The entrance of the cave is only open after becoming the Pokémon League Champion.
 
 
==Trivia==
* All of the exclusive Pokémon can be found in the extended area of the [[Hoenn Safari Zone|Safari Zone]] in {{v2|Emerald}}, except for {{p|Smeargle}}, which is found in {{DL|Battle Frontier (Generation III)|[[Artisan Cave}}]] at the {{Gdis|Battle Frontier|III}}. In addition, they are all available in [[Pokémon Colosseum]] as [[Shadow Pokémon]], and were available via this method even prior to {{2v2|FireRed|LeafGreen}}'s release.
* While the Altering Cave's inclusion in FireRed and LeafGreen made sense due to the Mystery Gift-exclusive Pokémon being missing from those games, it is unknown why it was carried over to Emerald, where those Pokémon were normally obtainable elsewhere.
* The music for Altering Cave in Emerald is the same one from FireRed and LeafGreen, as Pokémon Emerald has all the soundtrack from FireRed and LeafGreen.