Mods/Silver's Soul/Burned Tower

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Burnt Tower F1 Map
Burnt Tower BF1 Map

The Burned Tower (Japanese: やけたとう Burned Tower) is a location in Ecruteak City formerly as tall as the Bell Tower to the east. It burned down mysteriously 150 years prior to the events of the game and . Before the great fire that caused its destruction the tower was called Brass Tower (Japanese: かねのとう Kane Tower).

According to some legends, Lugia once perched here. However, when the tower burned down, Lugia fled to the Whirl Islands to live, while Ho-Oh, which lived in the Bell Tower, flew away in search of a pure-hearted Trainer. Three unnamed Pokémon perished in the fire; Ho-Oh returned briefly to revive them after the fire had been put out. These Pokémon, the legendary beasts Raikou, Entei, and Suicune, were destined to speed across the land since their revival.

The player encounters Raikou, Entei, and Suicune for the first time in the basement of the Burned Tower, who then flee. This is also where Silver will challenge the player once again.

It is said that, before it burned down, the tower was known as the Brass Tower, with gleaming golden panels of brass to compliment the Tin Tower's silvery panels of tin.

History

The tower was built 700 years before the time of the game alongside its twin, the Bell Tower. The two towers were meant to foster friendship between people and Pokémon. Many people, mostly ancestors of Ecruteak Gym Leader Morty, traveled to the tops of these towers to commune with the legendary Pokémon residing there.

Suddenly, 150 years before the events of the game, this tower burned down in a mysterious fire, ignited by a bolt of lightning and put out by a sudden downpour. This fire, which may have had some relation to the drought that a Slowpoke ended in Azalea Town, caused three nameless Pokémon to perish. Ho-Oh, fleeing from its perch, granted new life to the Pokémon, making them into the legendary beasts before flying in search of a pure-hearted Trainer. The three events of the fire, the lightning bolt, raging blaze, and sudden downpour, are said to have some relation to the three beasts.

Items

There are no known Items.

Pokémon

Unless stated otherwise, all levels in this chart are of Difficulty 0.

Pokémon Location Levels Rate Morning Rate Day Rate Evening Rate Night

Burned Tower Floor 1:

156Quilava Floor 27-31 5% 5% 5% 5%
088Grimer Floor 28-31 20% 20% 20% 20%
109Koffing Floor 28-31 20% 20% 20% 20%
037Vulpix Floor 28-31 10% 10% 10% 0%
228Houndour Floor 28-31 0% 0% 0% 10%
631Heatmor Floor 29-31 5% 5% 5% 5%
041Zubat Floor 27-32 30% 30% 30% 30%
126Magmar Floor 30-33 10% 10% 10% 10%
436Bronzor Floor 30-33 10% 10% 10% 10%

Burned Tower Basement Floor 1:

562Yamask Floor 29-33 20% 20% 20% 20%
607Litwick Floor 28-33 20% 20% 20% 20%
200Misdreavus Floor 29-32 10% 10% 10% 10%
429Mismagius Floor 32-34 5% 5% 5% 5%
093Haunter Floor 28-32 10% 10% 10% 10%
356Dusclops Floor 29-34 10% 10% 10% 10%
622Golett Floor 27-31 20% 20% 20% 20%
442Spiritomb Floor 32-32 5% 5% 5% 5%

For a list for all locations see: Pokémon Locations

Trainers

Label Name Image Pokémon Reward
EVENT Rival Silver Rival.png 093MS.png Haunter Lv.36

042MS.png Golbat Lv.36
214MS.png Heracross Lv.35
215MS.png Sneasel Lv.38

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Trivia

  • Burned Tower is the only building to have no roof. In effect, Weather may occur while the player is inside.

Gallery

Version history

Version Changes
0.10 Implemented.


List of Places.

Kanto
Cities and Towns
Lavender Town


Johto
Cities/Towns
New Bark Town | Cherrygrove City | Violet City | Azalea Town | Goldenrod City | Ecruteak City | Olivine City | Cianwood City
Routes
Route 29 | Route 30 | Route 31 | Route 32 | Route 33 | Route 34 | Route 35 | Route 36 | Route 37 | Route 38 | Route 39 | Route 40 | Route 41 | Route 46 | Route 49 | Route 50
Landmarks
Dark Cave | Sprout Tower | Ruins of Alph | Union Cave | Slowpoke Well | Ilex Forest | National Park | Burned Tower | Shining Lighthouse