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Cinnabar Island

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Cinnabar Island
Cinnabar Island FRLG.png
A screenshot of the player character in Cinnabar Island in the Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen Versions
First appearance Pocket Monsters Red and Green Versions (1996)
Region Kanto
Gym Leader Blaine
Route navigation
North (↑): Route 21
East (→): Route 20

Cinnabar Island is a city located on an island with a dormant volcano in southern Kanto. It first appears in Pocket Monsters Red and Green Versions (released as Pokémon Red and Blue Versions internationally).

In the Generation I games and the Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen remakes, Blaine is the Gym Leader of Cinnabar Island, and can be battled in the Cinnabar Gym. If the player character wins the battle, Blaine rewards him with the Volcano Badge. The Pokémon Mansion and Pokémon Laboratory are unique locations to the area.

Prior to the events of Pokémon Gold and Silver Versions and Pokémon Crystal, Cinnabar Island was destroyed by a volcano. In these games, a Pokémon Center is the only building left on Cinnabar Island. As a result, Blaine's Gym was relocated to the nearby Seafoam Islands.


Poké Mart

In the Generation I games, the Poké Mart is right next to the Pokémon Center.

Item Price
Ultra Ball 1200
Great Ball 600
Hyper Potion 1200
Max Repel 700
Escape Rope 550
Full Heal 600
Revive 1500

Pokémon encountered

Sprite Pokémon Levels Probability
Old Rod
Magikarp RB sprite.png Magikarp 5 100%
Good Rod
Poliwag RB sprite.png Poliwag 10 50%
Goldeen RB sprite.png Goldeen 10 50%
Super Rod
Shellder RB sprite.png Shellder 15 25%
Horsea RB sprite.png Horsea 15 25%
Goldeen RB sprite.png Goldeen 15 25%
Staryu RB sprite.png Staryu 15 (Red and Blue)
10–15 (Yellow)
25% (Red and Blue)
60% (Yellow)
Tentacool Yellow sprite.png Tentacool 15–30 40%

Pokémon highlighted in yellow are exclusive to Pokémon Yellow.

Sprite Pokémon Levels Probability
Tentacool Gold sprite.png Tentacool 30–39 90%
Tentacruel Gold sprite.png Tentacruel 35–39 10%
Old Rod
Magikarp Gold sprite.png Magikarp 10 85%
Krabby Gold sprite.png Krabby 10 15%
Good Rod
Krabby Gold sprite.png Krabby 20 55%
Magikarp Gold sprite.png Magikarp 20 35%
Super Rod
Krabby Gold sprite.png Krabby 40 60%
Kingler Gold sprite.png Kingler 40 10%

Names in other languages

Language Name Meaning
Japanese グレンじま
Guren Island
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