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|image_size=240
|type=cave
|mapdesc=This island has been known by this name since the distant past. No one today knows where it got this name, however.{{sup/3|FRLG}}
|location_name=Altering Cave
|japanese_name=へんげのどうくつ
}}
 
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.
[[File:Sevii Islands Altering Cave Map.png|thumb|300px|Altering Cave in the Sevii Islands]]
The '''Altering Cave''' (Japanese: '''へんげのどうくつ''' ''Changing Cave'') is found in {{signgame3|FRLGFireRed and LeafGreen|headerPokémon 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.
{{sign|FRLG|ALTERING CAVE|}}
{{sign|FRLG|This island has been known by this|}}
{{sign|FRLG|name since the distant past.|}}
{{sign|FRLG|No one today knows where it got|}}
{{sign|FRLG|this name, however.|}}
{{sign|FRLG|footer|}}
 
==Location==
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.
 
==Changes between gamesPokémon==
Geographically, the two caves are exactly the same, except for their color schemes.{{catch/header|cave|no}}
{{catch/entry3a|041|Zubat|yes|yes|yes|Cave|6-16|100%|type1=poison|type2=flying}}
{{catch/div|cave|Mystery Gift exclusive Pokémon}}
{{catch/entry3a|179|Mareep|yes|yes|yes|Cave|3-13|100%|type1=electric}}
{{catch/entry3a|190|Aipom|yes|yes|yes|Cave|18-28|100%|type1=normal}}
{{catch/entry3a|204|Pineco|yes|yes|yes|Cave|19-29|100%|type1=bug}}
{{catch/entry3a|213|Shuckle|yes|yes|yes|Cave|18-28|100%|type1=bug|type2=rock}}
{{catch/entry3a|216|Teddiursa|yes|yes|yes|Cave|18-28|100%|type1=normal}}
{{catch/entry3a|228|Houndour|yes|yes|yes|Cave|12-20|100%|type1=dark|type2=fire}}
{{catch/entry3a|234|Stantler|yes|yes|yes|Cave|18-28|100%|type1=normal}}
{{catch/entry3a|235|Smeargle|yes|yes|yes|Cave|18-28|100%|type1=normal}}
{{catch/footer|cave}}
 
==Layout==
Geographically, the two caves are exactly the same, except for their color schemes.
{| align="center" style="background: #000; {{roundy|10px}}; border: 5px solid #{{locationcolor/med|cave}}"
|-
| colspan="2" style="background:#{{locationcolor/light|cave}}; {{roundybottom|5px}}" |  
|}
 
==Pokémon==
{{catch/header|cave|no}}
{{catch/entry3a|041|Zubat|yes|yes|yes|Cave|6-16|100%|type1=poison|type2=flying}}
{{catch/div|cave|Mystery Gift exclusive Pokémon}}
{{catch/entry3a|179|Mareep|yes|yes|yes|Cave|3-13|100%|type1=electric}}
{{catch/entry3a|190|Aipom|yes|yes|yes|Cave|18-28|100%|type1=normal}}
{{catch/entry3a|204|Pineco|yes|yes|yes|Cave|19-29|100%|type1=bug}}
{{catch/entry3a|213|Shuckle|yes|yes|yes|Cave|18-28|100%|type1=bug|type2=rock}}
{{catch/entry3a|216|Teddiursa|yes|yes|yes|Cave|18-28|100%|type1=normal}}
{{catch/entry3a|228|Houndour|yes|yes|yes|Cave|12-20|100%|type1=dark|type2=fire}}
{{catch/entry3a|234|Stantler|yes|yes|yes|Cave|18-28|100%|type1=normal}}
{{catch/entry3a|235|Smeargle|yes|yes|yes|Cave|18-28|100%|type1=normal}}
{{catch/footer|cave}}
 
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