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Oreburgh City - Sinnoh


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A positional vantage point of Oreburgh City in Sinnoh.

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Oreburgh City Gym

Type specialty
Coal Badge


Battleable NPCs
Ground-lootable items
Berry trees

Adjacent areas

Route 207
Oreburgh Gate Oreburgh City
Oreburgh Mine

Oreburgh City is a Sinnoh city located between Oreburgh Gate and Route 207. It also exists southward toward Oreburgh Mine.

The city gym will initially be blocked, requiring to speak to an NPC in Oreburgh Mine first. Another point of interest, although overshadowed by similar NPCs of other regions, is the possibility to revive Sinnoh's Fossils in the museum.

Notable miscellanies

Rock Smash vendor

The Rock Smash vendor, Miner Daen, is located in the house between the Pokemon Center and the Pokémart. He will sell TM114 (Rock Smash) for the price of PokémonDollar.png5,000.

Fossil revival

The Sinnoh Expert is located inside the Museum, the large building north of the Pokemon Center. He will first ask for the evolved data of both Cradily and Armaldo, the two Hoenn Fossil Pokémons. Their base form can be obtained by reviving the Claw Fossil and Root Fossil in other regions.

Once the two evolved datas has been presented to him, he will revive the Sinnoh Fossils, namely the Skull Fossil into Cranidos and the Armor Fossil into Shieldon.

Pokédex NumberPokémonType 1Type 2Rarity TierHeld Item
#408 408Icon.png Cranidos Rock 9
#410 410Icon.png Shieldon Rock Steel 9

Diggable Patches debugger

In the Pokemon Center, the NPC Explorer will ask if the player has any misbehaving Dig spots in Sinnoh. If there are any that appears to be broken, he will reset them.



Oreburgh City Mart
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Burn Heal.pngBurn HealPokémonDollar.png250

Oreburgh Gym

The Oreburgh Gym will initially be blocked by a Hiker until the player talks to Roark at the bottom of the Oreburgh Mine.

The layout of the gym is, just like all first region gyms, straightforward. However, for the first time, Gym trainers have their level displayed, making it far easier to estimate the level of the Gym leader.

Upon defeating Roark, the path to Ravaged Path in Route 204 will be unblocked. However, the gym greeter will not offer to sell any move.

Gym trainers

Oreburgh City Gym Trainers
Youngster Jonathon
Lv. 10
Youngster Cai
Lv. 8
Lv. 9

All NPCs cool down after 7 days unless noted contrariwise.


Roark continues the tradition of the first gym being Rock type specialist. His team will however gradually grow stronger over the fight. His first Pokémon, Geodude, is no more dangerous than a wild one. His second Pokémon, Onix, learns some better coverage, with two of his moves being able to slow down the player's Pokémon. His last Pokémon, Cranidos, is no joke. With an already impressive base 125 Attack and perfect coverage of end-game moves, it is likely to kill any Pokémon in one hit. As such, Cranidos should be taken care of with speed and power. It may be wise to make sure the best Pokémon to take care of Cranidos hasn't been slowed down by Onix.

  • Emboldened moves avail from a STAB bonus when deployed by that Pokémon.
  • Italicized moves are functionally broken; see their individualized pages for more information.