Trophy Garden

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Trophy Garden 自慢の裏庭
Vaunted Backyard
"Wild Missingno. appeared!"
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Location: Pokémon Mansion
Region: Sinnoh
Generations: IV
Sinnoh Route 212 Map.png
Location of Trophy Garden in Sinnoh.
Pokémon world locations

The Trophy Garden (Japanese: 自慢裏庭 Vaunted Backyard) is an area located on Route 212 where many rare Pokémon can be caught. It is located behind the Pokémon Mansion.

There are many Pokémon that can be found here without any interaction with the Trophy Garden's owner, Mr. Backlot. All of these Pokémon are in the Sinnoh Pokédex, and many can be found in other areas. After the player has gotten the National Pokédex upgrade, however, Pokémon that do not otherwise appear in Sinnoh will be placed in the Trophy Garden by Backlot's butler to cover up for his fibs, with a different one there daily. The counter is not reset at midnight, but after 24 hours. It is possible to have Backlot mention a different Pokémon, simply by soft-resetting. The last two Pokémon placed in the garden at any given time will remain available until more Pokémon are placed in the garden.

Pokémon

Generation IV

  Pokémon     Games     Location     Levels     Rate  
     
  Pikachu
D P Pt
  Grass
18 10%
  Pikachu
D P Pt
  Grass
22, 24 10%
  Pichu
D P Pt
  Grass
16 30% 10% 10%
  Pichu
D P Pt
  Grass
21-22 30%
  Roselia
D P Pt
  Grass
16-17 30%
  Roselia
D P Pt
  Grass
22-23 30%
  Staravia
D P Pt
  Grass
16-17 20% 40% 20%
  Staravia
D P Pt
  Grass
22-24 20% 30% 10%
  Kricketune
D P Pt
  Grass
16-17 10% 10% 30%
  Kricketune
D P Pt
  Grass
22-23 10% 0% 20%
Special Pokémon
  Clefairy
D P Pt
  Backlot
16, 18 5%
  Jigglypuff
D P Pt
  Backlot
16, 18 5%
  Jigglypuff
D P Pt
  Backlot
22 5%
  Meowth
D P Pt
  Backlot
16, 18 5%
  Meowth
D P Pt
  Backlot
22 5%
  Chansey
D P Pt
  Backlot
16, 18 5%
  Chansey
D P Pt
  Backlot
22 5%
  Ditto
D P Pt
  Backlot
22 5%
  Eevee
D P Pt
  Backlot
16, 18 5%
  Eevee
D P Pt
  Backlot
22 5%
  Porygon
D P Pt
  Backlot
16, 18 5%
  Cleffa
D P Pt
  Backlot
16, 18 5%
  Igglybuff
D P Pt
  Backlot
16, 18 5%
  Igglybuff
D P Pt
  Backlot
22 5%
  Marill
D P Pt
  Backlot
16, 18 5%
  Azurill
D P Pt
  Backlot
16, 18 5%
  Plusle
D P Pt
  Backlot
16, 18 5%
  Minun
D P Pt
  Backlot
16, 18 5%
  Castform
D P Pt
  Backlot
16, 18 5%
  Bonsly
D P Pt
  Backlot
16, 18, 22 5%
  Mime Jr.
D P Pt
  Backlot
16, 18, 22 5%
  Happiny
D P Pt
  Backlot
16, 18, 22 5%
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 VIII

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  Pokémon     Games     Location     Levels     Rate  
     
Pikachu
BD SP
  Grass
18 10%
Pichu
BD SP
  Grass
16 30% 10% 10%
Roselia
BD SP
  Grass
16 20%
Roselia
BD SP
  Grass
17 10%
Staravia
BD SP
  Grass
16 0% 20% 0%
Staravia
BD SP
  Grass
17 20%
Kricketune
BD SP
  Grass
16 0% 0% 20%
Kricketune
BD SP
  Grass
17 10%
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.


In the anime

 
Trophy Garden in the anime

The Trophy Garden appeared in Hungry for the Good Life!. It is part of Pokémon Mansion and is considered a relaxing spot for Pokémon. Team Rocket tried to steal all the Pokémon in the Trophy Garden with their flying mecha, but Dawn rescued them with the help of a gluttonous Swinub. After Team Rocket's defeat, Swinub joined Dawn's team.

In the manga

 
Trophy Garden in Pokémon Adventures

Pokémon Adventures

Diamond & Pearl chapter

In Suffering Psyduck, Mr. Backlot showed the Trophy Garden to Diamond, Pearl, and Platinum.

Trivia

  • The Trophy Garden is the first known location where wild Eevee and Porygon can be caught. Previously, they had only been available as gift Pokémon.

In other languages

Language Title
Chinese Cantonese 自豪的後院 Jihhòuh-dīk Hauhyún *
漂亮的後院 Piuleuhng-dīk Hauhyún *
Mandarin 自豪的後院 / 自豪的后院 Zìháo-de Hòuyuàn *
最自豪的庭院 Zuìzìháo-de Tíngyuàn *
  European French Jardin Trophée
  German Trophäengarten
  Italian Giardino Trofeo
  Korean 자랑의 뒷마당 Jarang-ui Dwitmadang
  European Spanish Jardín Trofeo
  Vietnamese Hậu viên Kiêu hãnh



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See also
Hisui


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