Fortree City is a city located roughly between Mauville City and Lilycove City in the Hoenn Region.


Fortree City has a quite different design than any other city in the Pokémon World. The Fortree City has treehouses and several other wooden buildings. All the houses are built at a height from the ground so ladders are there to get to the houses. Wooden Bridges connect the Treehouse. It has a Pokémon Center, a Poké Mart, a Pokémon Gym and 6 to 7 houses (varies from game to game).

Areas of interest

Fortree Gym

Fortree Gym is under the tutelage of Gym Leader Winona, who specializes in using Flying-type Pokémon. The gym's layout revolves around the concept of rotating turnstile doors that will prevent the player from going backwards once the player goes through them. In order to reach Winona, the player is forced to navigate through these various gates and encounter numerous Trainers along the way.

Upon her defeat, Winona will award the player with the Feather Badge, which enables the player's Pokémon to use HM02 Fly outside of battle. Winona also grants the player the TM Aerial Ace.

Upon the player’s arrival at Fortree City, the gym is initially blocked off by an invisible object, preventing his/her access until the player encounters Steven Stone on Route 120. Steven gifts the player with a Devon Scope, which enables the invisible object outside Fortree Gym to be revealed as a camouflaged Kecleon, which the player can then battle and potentially capture.

Secret Base Shop

Fortree City is also home to a shop devoted to selling decorative goods for the player to add to their Secret Base. The two vendors sell desks and chairs respectively.

Desk Shop

Item Sprite Price
Small Desk RSEDeskSprite Poké Dollar3000
Pokémon Desk RSEDeskSprite2 Poké Dollar3000
Heavy Desk RSEDeskSprite3 Poké Dollar6000
Ragged Desk RSEDeskSprite4 Poké Dollar6000
Comfort Desk RSEDeskSprite5 Poké Dollar6000
Brick Desk RSEDeskSprite6 Poké Dollar9000
Camp Desk RSEDeskSprite7 Poké Dollar9000
Hard Desk RSEDeskSprite8 Poké Dollar9000

Chair Shop

Item Sprite Price
Small Chair RSEChairSprite Poké Dollar2000
Pokémon Chair RSEDeskSprite2 Poké Dollar2000
Heavy Chair RSEDeskSprite3 Poké Dollar2000
Ragged Chair RSEDeskSprite4 Poké Dollar2000
Comfort Chair RSEDeskSprite5 Poké Dollar2000
Brick Chair RSEDeskSprite6 Poké Dollar2000
Camp Chair RSEDeskSprite7 Poké Dollar2000
Hard Chair RSEDeskSprite8 Poké Dollar2000


Fortree City, as its name suggests, is also home to a collection of residential treehouses, where its occupants live high off the ground. Connecting these treehouses are lengths of wooden trackwork.



  • TM10 (Hidden Power)


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  • Fortree City's name comes from "forest green" and "tree." Hiwamaki City, its Japanese name, comes from 鶸色 (hiwairo, chartreuse).
  • As Hoenn is based on Kyūshū, Fortree City is based on Kobayashi.
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