Rock Tunnel . Have you taught Flash to one of your Pokémon? If you have, select that Pokémon from your list and use the technique to light up the dark -- otherwise you won't make it through ...
The Rock Tunnel is a small two floored cave that sits in the middle of Route 10. It is always pitch black requiring the move Light Up to progress. This cave has many wild Pokémon and items within. Secret Techniques used in Rock Tunnel: Light Up
This area is basically a connector between the two parts of Route 10-- but there are plenty of trainers to fight on the way.
Rock Tunnel is the only way to get from Route 10 to Lavender Town. Unlike the caverns beneath Mt. Moon, Rock Tunnel is pitch black, and you must rely on the Flash technique (HM 05) to light your way. Use the labeled maps to follow the ladders through the tunnel to the exit.
Location of Rock Tunnel in the Kanto region. Situated in the middle of Route 10 in Kanto, players must go through the Rock Tunnel so as to reach Lavender Town for the first time. There are 2 levels in this cave: Rock Tunnel F1 and Rock Tunnel F2, where both are completely dark inside.
Rock Tunnel is a passageway in the Kanto Region from Cerulean City to Lavender Town. In the Generation I games, it is the only way to progress at the time required to take it, due to a sleeping Snorlax on Route 12.
The Rock Tunnel is a simple dungeon with a few interesting items (like TM 47 which contains Steel Wing, a rare Steel-type attack). It's also the only place you'll find Kangaskhan and wild Cubone. Floor 1 . First floor of the Rock Tunnel.
Rock Tunnel, Kanto (location) This is the Pokémon Location guide for Rock Tunnel in Kanto . Choose which generation of games you're playing to see the Pokémon and capture methods.
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Rock Tunnel is a cave that is encompassed by Route 10 in Kanto. Due to this cave's lightless obscurity, HM05 and a Flash-toting Pokémon will be needed to illuminate the cave in …
Blue Shard In a rock north of the ladder closest to the signpost (hidden)
Dec 05, 2018 · So we finally make it to the rock tunnel and catch a whole bunch of new pokemon!!
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These Pokémon appear as groups in waves of 10 (Area 1), 20 (Area 2), or 30 (Area 3). Random Pokémon that are also catchable in the tunnel show up at the end of each wave regardless of which group of Pokémon you run into.