Once the player character climbs to the top (in Pokémon Diamond/Pearl) the tower's overseers will hand out an item, the Cleanse Tag and the HM04 Strength. In Pokémon Platinum, the player character must use Defog to make it to the top to obtain the Cleanse Tag, and replacing the HM04 Strength, the Spell Tag. Throughout the Lost Tower, all items found are Oval Stone, Stardust, Honey, Revive, TM27 Return, Great Ball, Cleanse Tag, HM04 Strength (Pokémon D/P), and Spell Tag (Pokémon Platinum).
Many trainers come here to mourn over their lost Pokémon making it filled with battle-ready trainers many willing to fight. The tower is said to be the creator of most Ghost Pokémon in Sinnoh there are rumors that the tower is how Ghost Pokémon are born (without eggs). More ghosts are produced here than through breeding from the souls of the deceased Pokémon. The stronger the Pokémon was when it was living the more powerful he's reincarnated as. Most of Ghost Pokémon made this way don't know they were ever alive.
- A Trainer named Roughneck Kirby in this building is a reference to the Kirby series. He uses a Cleffa (which slightly resembles Kirby) and when the player character wins against him, he shouts "Gwaaaaaah!", which is often a noise Kirby makes when taking large amounts of damage.
Caves, Tunnels and Mountains
Places of Interest
Valley Windworks · Fuego Ironworks · Galactic Eterna Building · Hallowed Tower · Lost Tower · Solaceon Ruins
Galactic HQ · Great Marsh · Spear Pillar · Snowpoint Temple · Sendoff Spring · Hall of Origin · Canalave Library
Flower Paradise · Seabreak Path · Distortion World Pt · Iceberg Ruins Pt · Iron Ruins Pt · Rock Peak Ruins Pt
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