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Illustratory artwork of Johto on the client's mini-map

Successional Order 2
Starting Town New Bark Town
Pokémon League Indigo Plateau
Indigenous Pokémon Generation II
Criminal Syndicates Team Rocket
Zephyr Badge
Violet City
Hive Badge
Azalea Town
Plain Badge
Goldenrod City
Fog Badge
Ecruteak City
Storm Badge
Cianwood City
Mineral Badge
Olivine City
Glacier Badge
Mahogany Town
Rising Badge
Blackthorn City
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Johto is one of the mainland regions that is currently playable in Pokémon Revolution Online. It is unified to the same mainland continent as Kanto, encompassing the western segment of it.

By virtue of the regional linearity of the game's storyline wherein regions are traveled to in generational succession, it is the second region that players venture into. It's the neighboring region near Kanto, which will be made travelable after all-eight Kanto's badges have been acquired and its Elite Four bureau has been vanquished.

It is inhabited predominantly by Generation II Pokémon, being the native land of them. While a smattering of post-generational Pokémon are interspersed throughout the wild, Generation III Pokémon and onwards will be mostly unacquirable until successive regions are completed, since there is a regionalized restriction to trading early on wherein only Pokémon caught from the region are tradable in its Pokémon Centers.

Transregional accessibility


Once the Kanto League has been defeated, Johto is unlocked. To reach Johto, head west from Viridian City into the Pokémon League Reception Gate. From there, head south to Route 26, then to Route 27, and finally to Route 28. Following Route 28, you will be in Johto. You will receive a warning explaining that you cannot go back to Kanto and all your Kanto Pokémon will be locked until you obtain the 8th Johto badge. Make sure to remove any held items your Pokémon may have, as they will be locked alongside the Pokémon that they are equipped to.

Returning to Johto

As mentioned above, you cannot travel back to Kanto until the 8th Johto badge is acquired. Once this has been accomplished, you can travel back to Kanto via the ferry in Olivine City or by going back the same way you originally entered Johto through. Keep in mind the ferry will cost PokémonDollar.png5,000 unless you have an active Transit Pass.




Cites and towns

Cities and towns
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New Bark Town
Cherrygrove City.png
Cherrygrove City
Violet City.png
Zephyr Badge Icon.png Violet City
Azalea Town.png
Hive Badge Icon.png Azalea Town
Goldenrod City.png
Plain Badge Icon.png Goldenrod City
Ecruteak City.png
Fog Badge Icon.png Ecruteak City
Olivine City.png
Mineral Badge Icon.png Olivine City
Cianwood City.png
Storm Badge Icon.png Cianwood City
Mahogany Town.png
Glacier Badge Icon.png Mahogany Town
Blackthorn City.png
Rising Badge Icon.png Blackthorn City
  • All emboldened, badge-prepended names are tenanted by official gyms.

Notable Sites

Dark Cave Entrance Sprout Tower Ruins of Alph Union Cave Slowpoke Well
Ilex Forest National Park Burned Tower Bell Tower Whirl Islands
Cliff Edge Gate Johto Safari Zone Mt. Mortar Forest Pit Lake Cave
Lake Of Rage Ice Path Dragon's Den

Expansionary areas

Expansionary areas
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Dock Island


Starter Pokémon

Main article: Starter Pokémon

Johto comprises with only three optional selectees.

Johto's Starter Pokémon
Held Item
Oran Berry
Held Item
Oran Berry
Held Item
Oran Berry


Main article: Bosses
Johto bosses
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Bugsy boss NPC.png
Gamers Pewdie and Diepy boss NPC.png
Gamers Pewdie and Diepy
Guardian (Suicune) boss NPC.png
Guardian (Suicune)
Lance boss NPC.png
Lance (Dragons Shrine) boss NPC.png
Lance (Dragons Shrine)
Lorelei boss NPC.png
Misty boss NPC.png
Neroli boss NPC.png
Professor Elm boss NPC.png
Professor Elm
Sage boss NPC.png
Terminator boss NPC.png
Thor boss NPC.png


Main article: Johto quests