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|name = Sevault Canyon
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|name = Sevault Canyon
|japanese = しっぽうけいこく
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|japanese = しっぽうけいこく
|romaji = Seven Treasures Canyon
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|romaji = Seven Treasures Canyon
|image = Sevault Canyon1.png
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|image = Sevault Canyon1.png
|region = Sevii Islands
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|region = Sevii Islands
|locations = Southern [[Seven Island]]
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|locations = Southern [[Seven Island]]
|GenAvailable = [[Generation III]]
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|GenAvailable = [[Generation III]]
 
|color = Brown
 
|color = Brown
 
|kind = Route
 
|kind = Route
 
|weather = Normal
 
|weather = Normal
 
|hm = [[Strength]], [[Rock Smash]]
 
|hm = [[Strength]], [[Rock Smash]]
}}'''Sevault Canyon''' (Japanese: '''しっぽうけいこく''' ''Seven Treasures Canyon'') is relatively long route located on [[Seven Island]]. It is one of the final destinations in [[Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen]] and is where some of the strongest trainers and highest-leveled wild [[Pokémon (species)|Pokémon]] in the games are found.
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}}'''Sevault Canyon''' (Japanese: '''しっぽうけいこく''' ''Seven Treasures Canyon'') is relatively long route located on [[Seven Island]]. It is one of the final destinations in [[Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen]] and is where some of the strongest trainers and highest-leveled wild [[Pokémon (creature)|Pokémon]] in the games are found.
   
 
==Route Description==
 
==Route Description==
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Latest revision as of 01:09, November 18, 2018

Sevault Canyon (Japanese: しっぽうけいこく Seven Treasures Canyon) is relatively long route located on Seven Island. It is one of the final destinations in Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen and is where some of the strongest trainers and highest-leveled wild Pokémon in the games are found.

Route DescriptionEdit

Upon arriving in Seven Island, you will find a bridge in the south leading to a smaller route known as the Canyon Entrance. As the name suggests, this small path guides you into the much larger route of Sevault Canyon. In the north, the player will experience many turns and have to walk through several patches of grass. However, as they progress further, the path becomes much more straightforward and populated with a variety of strong trainers. The southern entrance, leading from the Tanoby Ruins, is much more narrow than that in the north.

While patches of grass are scattered all over the valley, it is also a mix of dry, arid land. The route is very hilly with many steps throughout. It is also rocky, as the use of Rock Smash and Strength is required in a few areas.

One house in the southern half of the route homes a man and his Chansey. When talking to him, he will ask if you would like to do the Chansey Dance. After doing so, your Pokémon will be fully healed and you can safely progress through the rest of Sevault Canyon and then the Tanoby Ruins.

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