Nuzlocke Tracker | Pokémon Radical Red Nuzlocke Guide (2022)

Radical Red Encounters

A fun aspect of Nuzlocke runs is the variety of encounters forcing you to try out new Pokémon you've never used before. That is why it's important to know which Pokémon will be available during a run. We've compiled a list of every encounter for Pokémon Radical Red so you can quickly see who you might want on your team!

Pokémon Radical Red has 46 different encounter locations with 533 different Pokémon available as wild encounters. Hover over a Pokémon to see where to encounter it!

17 Dragon Pokémon encounters

  • Dratini - Celadon City
  • Altaria - Route 18
  • Bagon - Celadon City
  • Gible - Celadon City
  • Axew - Pewter City and Safari Zone
  • Druddigon - Safari Zone
  • Deino - Celadon City
  • Tyrunt - Celadon City
  • Goomy - Celadon City
  • Noibat - Mt. Moon and Diglett's Cave
  • Noivern - Cerulean Cave
  • Turtonator - Route 17
  • Drampa - Route 17
  • Jangmo-o - Celadon City
  • Applin - Pewter City and Route 7
  • Duraludon - Cerulean Cave
  • Dreepy - Celadon City

27 Steel Pokémon encounters

  • Sandshrew-Alola - Route 22
  • Sandslash-Alola - Rock Tunnel and Seafoam Islands
  • Diglett-Alola - Diglett's Cave
  • Dugtrio-Alola - Diglett's Cave
  • Meowth-Galar - Pewter City and Route 5
  • Magnemite - Route 10
  • Magneton - Power Plant and Cerulean Cave
  • Steelix - Victory Road
  • Skarmory - Route 17 and Safari Zone
  • Mawile - Mt. Moon
  • Aron - Rock Tunnel
  • Beldum - Celadon City
  • Shieldon - Celadon City
  • Bronzor - Rock Tunnel
  • Excadrill - Cerulean Cave
  • Ferroseed - Rock Tunnel
  • Ferrothorn - Route 15
  • Klink - Rock Tunnel
  • Stunfisk-Galar - Diglett's Cave
  • Bisharp - Route 18 and Safari Zone
  • Durant - Rock Tunnel and Route 14
  • Honedge - Celadon City
  • Klefki - Safari Zone
  • Togedemaru - Route 16 and Power Plant
  • Meltan - Safari Zone
  • Cufant - Mt. Moon
  • Duraludon - Cerulean Cave

28 Ice Pokémon encounters

  • Sandshrew-Alola - Route 22
  • Sandslash-Alola - Rock Tunnel and Seafoam Islands
  • Vulpix-Alola - Route 5
  • Ninetales-Alola - Seafoam Islands
  • Dewgong - Seafoam Islands
  • Jynx - Seafoam Islands
  • Lapras - Saffron City
  • Sneasel - Rock Tunnel and Seafoam Islands
  • Swinub - Route 22 and Rock Tunnel
  • Piloswine - Seafoam Islands
  • Delibird - Seafoam Islands
  • Smoochum - Mt. Moon
  • Snorunt - Rock Tunnel and Seafoam Islands
  • Spheal - Seafoam Islands
  • Walrein - Seafoam Islands
  • Snover - Viridian City, Pewter City and Seafoam Islands
  • Abomasnow - Route 18 and Seafoam Islands
  • Darmanitan-Galar - Seafoam Islands
  • Vanilluxe - Route 13 and Seafoam Islands
  • Cubchoo - Viridian City and Rock Tunnel
  • Beartic - Seafoam Islands
  • Cryogonal - Seafoam Islands
  • Amaura - Celadon City
  • Avalugg - Seafoam Islands
  • Crabominable - Safari Zone
  • Snom - Viridian Forest
  • Frosmoth - Seafoam Islands
  • Eiscue - Route 5

28 Fairy Pokémon encounters

  • Clefairy - Mt. Moon
  • Ninetales-Alola - Seafoam Islands
  • Jigglypuff - Route 3
  • Rapidash-Galar - Route 12 and Pokémon Mansion
  • Weezing-Galar - Route 17 and Pokémon Mansion
  • Mr. Mime - undefined
  • Togepi - Route 6
  • Marill - Viridian City and Route 25
  • Snubbull - Route 22 and Route 24
  • Ralts - Route 24
  • Kirlia - Route 8
  • Gardevoir - Cerulean Cave
  • Mawile - Mt. Moon
  • Mime Jr. - Route 9
  • Cottonee - Route 24
  • Flabébé - Route 22, Route 3 and Route 4
  • Floette - Route 11
  • Spritzee - Route 5 and Route 12
  • Swirlix - Route 5 and Route 12
  • Dedenne - Route 6 and Power Plant
  • Carbink - Rock Tunnel
  • Klefki - Safari Zone
  • Cutiefly - Pewter City and Route 7
  • Morelull - Viridian City and Route 5
  • Shiinotic - Cerulean Cave
  • Comfey - Route 8
  • Mimikyu - Cinnabar Island
  • Grimmsnarl - Cinnabar Island

31 Fighting Pokémon encounters

  • Mankey - Route 22
  • Primeape - Route 23, Victory Road and Cerulean Cave
  • Poliwrath - Cerulean Cave
  • Machop - Viridian City and Mt. Moon
  • Machamp - Victory Road and Cerulean Cave
  • Farfetch’d-Galar - Vermillion City
  • Heracross - Safari Zone
  • Tyrogue - Mt. Moon
  • Makuhita - Mt. Moon
  • Meditite - Viridian City and Route 6
  • Medicham - Cerulean Cave
  • Riolu - Celadon City
  • Croagunk - Route 10
  • Toxicroak - Route 18 and Cerulean Cave
  • Timburr - Mt. Moon
  • Conkeldurr - Cerulean Cave
  • Throh - Safari Zone
  • Sawk - Safari Zone
  • Scraggy - Diglett's Cave and Route 11
  • Mienfoo - Viridian City and Route 7
  • Pancham - Viridian City and Route 11
  • Pangoro - Cerulean Cave
  • Hawlucha - Route 16 and Safari Zone
  • Crabrawler - Saffron City
  • Crabominable - Safari Zone
  • Stufful - Route 11
  • Bewear - Pokémon Mansion
  • Passimian - Route 7
  • Clobbopus - Saffron City
  • Grapploct - Seafoam Islands
  • Falinks - Route 16

31 Ghost Pokémon encounters

  • Gastly - Pewter City
  • Haunter - Pokémon Tower
  • Misdreavus - Mt. Moon
  • Corsola-Galar - Route 10, Route 20 and Route 21
  • Sableye - Pokémon Tower and Pokémon Mansion
  • Shuppet - Viridian City and Mt. Moon
  • Banette - Pokémon Mansion
  • Dusclops - Pokémon Tower
  • Drifloon - Route 5 and Route 12
  • Drifblim - Route 12
  • Mismagius - Pokémon Tower
  • Spiritomb - Pokémon Tower
  • Rotom - Celadon City
  • Yamask-Galar - Diglett's Cave
  • Cofagrigus - Pokémon Tower
  • Frillish - Safari Zone
  • Jellicent - Safari Zone, Route 19 and Route 21
  • Lampent - Pokémon Tower
  • Chandelure - Pokémon Mansion
  • Golett - Route 11
  • Honedge - Celadon City
  • Phantump - Route 4
  • Pumpkaboo - Viridian Forest and Route 4
  • Sandygast - Diglett's Cave and Route 11
  • Palossand - Route 14 and Victory Road
  • Mimikyu - Cinnabar Island
  • Dhelmise - Safari Zone
  • Sinistea - Pewter City
  • Polteageist - Pokémon Tower
  • Runerigus - Pokémon Tower
  • Dreepy - Celadon City

35 Electric Pokémon encounters

  • Pikachu - Viridian Forest
  • Geodude-Alola - Mt. Moon and Diglett's Cave
  • Graveler-Alola - Rock Tunnel
  • Magnemite - Route 10
  • Magneton - Power Plant and Cerulean Cave
  • Voltorb - Route 10
  • Electrode - Power Plant
  • Electabuzz - Power Plant
  • Chinchou - Route 25 and Route 20
  • Lanturn - Safari Zone and Route 20
  • Mareep - Route 2 and Route 4
  • Ampharos - Power Plant
  • Elekid - Route 24
  • Electrike - Route 10
  • Manectric - Power Plant
  • Plusle - Route 10
  • Minun - Route 10
  • Shinx - Route 2 and Route 4
  • Pachirisu - Route 4
  • Rotom - Celadon City
  • Zebstrika - Route 17 and Power Plant
  • Emolga - Route 10
  • Joltik - Viridian Forest
  • Galvantula - Route 15
  • Eelektross - Power Plant
  • Stunfisk - Diglett's Cave
  • Helioptile - Route 10
  • Dedenne - Route 6 and Power Plant
  • Charjabug - Route 14
  • Vikavolt - Power Plant
  • Togedemaru - Route 16 and Power Plant
  • Yamper - Route 25
  • Toxel - Celadon City
  • Pincurchin - Route 10
  • Morpeko - Route 18

36 Fire Pokémon encounters

  • Charmander - Starter and Route 13
  • Vulpix - Route 5 and Route 8
  • Ninetales - Pokémon Mansion
  • Growlithe - Route 5 and Route 8
  • Arcanine - Pokémon Mansion
  • Ponyta - Viridian City and Route 24
  • Rapidash - Route 12 and Pokémon Mansion
  • Magmar - Pokémon Mansion
  • Cyndaquil - Celadon City
  • Slugma - Mt. Moon
  • Houndour - Route 2
  • Houndoom - Pokémon Mansion
  • Magby - Route 24
  • Torchic - Cinnabar Island
  • Numel - Pewter City, Mt. Moon and Diglett's Cave
  • Camerupt - Route 12
  • Torkoal - Route 17 and Route 14
  • Chimchar - Celadon City
  • Tepig - Celadon City
  • Pansear - Route 22 and Route 12
  • Simisear - Route 12 and Route 23
  • Darumaka - Route 9
  • Lampent - Pokémon Tower
  • Chandelure - Pokémon Mansion
  • Heatmor - Rock Tunnel and Pokémon Mansion
  • Larvesta - Celadon City
  • Fennekin - Celadon City
  • Litleo - Route 2
  • Litten - Celadon City
  • Oricorio - Route 18 and Route 15
  • Salandit - Route 9
  • Salazzle - Pokémon Mansion
  • Turtonator - Route 17
  • Scorbunny - Celadon City
  • Carkol - Rock Tunnel
  • Sizzlipede - Route 6

36 Rock Pokémon encounters

  • Geodude - Mt. Moon and Diglett's Cave
  • Geodude-Alola - Mt. Moon and Diglett's Cave
  • Graveler - Rock Tunnel
  • Graveler-Alola - Rock Tunnel
  • Golem - Victory Road
  • Onix - Mt. Moon and Rock Tunnel
  • Rhyhorn - Rock Tunnel
  • Omanyte - Celadon City
  • Kabuto - Celadon City
  • Shuckle - Rock Tunnel
  • Corsola - Safari Zone, Cinnabar Island and Route 21
  • Larvitar - Celadon City
  • Nosepass - Diglett's Cave and Rock Tunnel
  • Aron - Rock Tunnel
  • Lunatone - Rock Tunnel
  • Solrock - Rock Tunnel
  • Lileep - Celadon City
  • Anorith - Celadon City
  • Relicanth - Safari Zone, Cinnabar Island and Route 21
  • Cranidos - Celadon City
  • Shieldon - Celadon City
  • Bonsly - Rock Tunnel
  • Roggenrola - Diglett's Cave
  • Boldore - Rock Tunnel
  • Dwebble - Rock Tunnel
  • Tirtouga - Celadon City
  • Archen - Celadon City
  • Binacle - Safari Zone
  • Tyrunt - Celadon City
  • Amaura - Celadon City
  • Carbink - Rock Tunnel
  • Rockruff - Route 22 and Mt. Moon
  • Minior - Rock Tunnel
  • Rolycoly - Mt. Moon
  • Carkol - Rock Tunnel
  • Stonjourner - Rock Tunnel

37 Dark Pokémon encounters

  • Rattata-Alola - Route 1
  • Raticate-Alola - Pokémon Mansion
  • Meowth-Alola - Route 3
  • Grimer-Alola - Pewter City and Route 5
  • Muk-Alola - Celadon City, Route 17 and Pokémon Mansion
  • Murkrow - Route 25
  • Sneasel - Rock Tunnel and Seafoam Islands
  • Houndour - Route 2
  • Houndoom - Pokémon Mansion
  • Poochyena - Route 1, Viridian City and Route 2
  • Mightyena - Pokémon Mansion
  • Zigzagoon-Galar - Route 1
  • Nuzleaf - Route 13
  • Sableye - Pokémon Tower and Pokémon Mansion
  • Carvanha - Pallet Town, Route 13, Seafoam Islands and Cerulean Cave
  • Sharpedo - Route 24, Cerulean City, Safari Zone, Route 20, Seafoam Islands, Cinnabar Island, Route 21 and Cerulean Cave
  • Crawdaunt - Safari Zone, Route 13, Route 19, Seafoam Islands and Cerulean Cave
  • Absol - Safari Zone
  • Stunky - Route 3 and Route 4
  • Skuntank - Pokémon Mansion
  • Spiritomb - Pokémon Tower
  • Drapion - Route 18
  • Purrloin - Route 25
  • Liepard - Pokémon Mansion
  • Sandile - Viridian City, Mt. Moon and Diglett's Cave
  • Krookodile - Pokémon Mansion
  • Scraggy - Diglett's Cave and Route 11
  • Zorua - Safari Zone
  • Bisharp - Route 18 and Safari Zone
  • Vullaby - Route 7
  • Deino - Celadon City
  • Pangoro - Cerulean Cave
  • Inkay - Route 7
  • Nickit - Route 3
  • Grimmsnarl - Cinnabar Island
  • Obstagoon - Pokémon Mansion
  • Morpeko - Route 18

44 Ground Pokémon encounters

  • Sandshrew - Route 2
  • Sandslash - Rock Tunnel
  • Diglett - Diglett's Cave
  • Diglett-Alola - Diglett's Cave
  • Dugtrio - Diglett's Cave
  • Dugtrio-Alola - Diglett's Cave
  • Geodude - Mt. Moon and Diglett's Cave
  • Graveler - Rock Tunnel
  • Golem - Victory Road
  • Onix - Mt. Moon and Rock Tunnel
  • Cubone - Rock Tunnel and Pokémon Tower
  • Marowak - Victory Road
  • Rhyhorn - Rock Tunnel
  • Wooper - Diglett's Cave
  • Gligar - Diglett's Cave
  • Steelix - Victory Road
  • Swinub - Route 22 and Rock Tunnel
  • Piloswine - Seafoam Islands
  • Phanpy - Route 2, Pewter City and Diglett's Cave
  • Larvitar - Celadon City
  • Nincada - Viridian Forest
  • Numel - Pewter City, Mt. Moon and Diglett's Cave
  • Camerupt - Route 12
  • Trapinch - Mt. Moon and Diglett's Cave
  • Barboach - Pallet Town and Route 10
  • Whiscash - Pallet Town, Route 10 and Route 19
  • Baltoy - Mt. Moon and Route 11
  • Gible - Celadon City
  • Hippopotas - Diglett's Cave
  • Hippowdon - Safari Zone
  • Drilbur - Mt. Moon and Diglett's Cave
  • Excadrill - Cerulean Cave
  • Seismitoad - Safari Zone and Cerulean Cave
  • Sandile - Viridian City, Mt. Moon and Diglett's Cave
  • Krookodile - Pokémon Mansion
  • Yamask-Galar - Diglett's Cave
  • Stunfisk - Diglett's Cave
  • Stunfisk-Galar - Diglett's Cave
  • Golett - Route 11
  • Mudbray - Route 16
  • Sandygast - Diglett's Cave and Route 11
  • Palossand - Route 14 and Victory Road
  • Silicobra - Route 2 and Diglett's Cave
  • Runerigus - Pokémon Tower

47 Poison Pokémon encounters

  • Bulbasaur - Starter and Route 12
  • Weedle - Viridian Forest
  • Ekans - Route 3
  • Arbok - Victory Road
  • Nidoran-F - Route 3
  • Nidoran-M - Route 3
  • Nidorino - Route 21
  • Zubat - Mt. Moon and Rock Tunnel
  • Golbat - Seafoam Islands, Route 23, Victory Road and Cerulean Cave
  • Oddish - Route 2 and Route 4
  • Venonat - Route 25
  • Bellsprout - Route 4
  • Weepinbell - Route 21
  • Victreebel - Route 21
  • Tentacool - Pallet Town, Vermillion City, Route 10, Route 12 and Route 13
  • Tentacruel - Pallet Town, Vermillion City, Route 20, Cinnabar Island and Route 21
  • Grimer - Pewter City and Route 5
  • Grimer-Alola - Pewter City and Route 5
  • Muk - Celadon City, Route 17 and Pokémon Mansion
  • Muk-Alola - Celadon City, Route 17 and Pokémon Mansion
  • Gastly - Pewter City
  • Haunter - Pokémon Tower
  • Weezing - Route 17 and Pokémon Mansion
  • Weezing-Galar - Route 17 and Pokémon Mansion
  • Spinarak - Viridian Forest
  • Ariados - Pokémon Mansion and Route 21
  • Qwilfish - Pallet Town, Route 6, Safari Zone, Route 20, Cinnabar Island and Route 21
  • Roselia - Route 13
  • Gulpin - Route 6 and Route 16
  • Seviper - Route 25, Route 13, Pokémon Mansion and Route 23
  • Budew - Route 1 and Route 22
  • Stunky - Route 3 and Route 4
  • Skuntank - Pokémon Mansion
  • Skorupi - Route 9
  • Drapion - Route 18
  • Croagunk - Route 10
  • Toxicroak - Route 18 and Cerulean Cave
  • Venipede - Route 8
  • Whirlipede - Route 14
  • Trubbish - Route 6 and Route 16
  • Amoonguss - Route 15 and Cerulean Cave
  • Skrelp - Safari Zone
  • Mareanie - Route 22, Celadon City, Safari Zone, Route 13, Seafoam Islands and Cerulean Cave
  • Toxapex - Safari Zone and Cerulean Cave
  • Salandit - Route 9
  • Salazzle - Pokémon Mansion
  • Toxel - Celadon City

49 Psychic Pokémon encounters

  • Abra - Route 24
  • Alakazam - Cerulean Cave
  • Ponyta-Galar - Viridian City and Route 24
  • Rapidash-Galar - Route 12 and Pokémon Mansion
  • Slowpoke - Route 6, Fuschia City and Route 19
  • Slowpoke-Galar - Celadon City
  • Slowbro - Seafoam Islands and Cerulean Cave
  • Drowzee - Route 11
  • Hypno - Route 17
  • Exeggcute - Pewter City and Route 9
  • Starmie - Safari Zone
  • Mr. Mime - undefined
  • Jynx - Seafoam Islands
  • Xatu - Route 18
  • Slowking - Seafoam Islands
  • Wobbuffet - Safari Zone
  • Girafarig - Route 8
  • Smoochum - Mt. Moon
  • Ralts - Route 24
  • Kirlia - Route 8
  • Gardevoir - Cerulean Cave
  • Meditite - Viridian City and Route 6
  • Medicham - Cerulean Cave
  • Spoink - Pewter City
  • Grumpig - Route 17
  • Lunatone - Rock Tunnel
  • Solrock - Rock Tunnel
  • Baltoy - Mt. Moon and Route 11
  • Chimecho - Pokémon Mansion
  • Beldum - Celadon City
  • Bronzor - Rock Tunnel
  • Mime Jr. - Route 9
  • Munna - Route 12
  • Musharna - Route 12
  • Woobat - Mt. Moon
  • Swoobat - Cerulean Cave
  • Sigilyph - Route 11 and Route 15
  • Gothita - Route 5
  • Gothorita - Route 16
  • Solosis - Route 5
  • Duosion - Route 16
  • Reuniclus - Cerulean Cave
  • Elgyem - Route 16
  • Espurr - Pewter City and Route 9
  • Inkay - Route 7
  • Oranguru - Route 7
  • Bruxish - Route 12, Safari Zone and Route 20
  • Hatenna - Route 5
  • Indeedee - Route 9

51 Bug Pokémon encounters

  • Caterpie - Viridian Forest
  • Weedle - Viridian Forest
  • Paras - Mt. Moon
  • Parasect - Cerulean Cave
  • Venonat - Route 25
  • Scyther - Safari Zone
  • Pinsir - Safari Zone
  • Ledyba - Viridian Forest
  • Spinarak - Viridian Forest
  • Ariados - Pokémon Mansion and Route 21
  • Yanma - Route 4 and Safari Zone
  • Pineco - Route 25
  • Shuckle - Rock Tunnel
  • Heracross - Safari Zone
  • Wurmple - Viridian Forest
  • Surskit - Viridian Forest
  • Nincada - Viridian Forest
  • Volbeat - Route 24
  • Illumise - Route 24
  • Anorith - Celadon City
  • Kricketot - Viridian Forest
  • Kricketune - Route 21
  • Burmy - Route 2 and Viridian Forest
  • Combee - Viridian Forest
  • Vespiquen - Safari Zone
  • Skorupi - Route 9
  • Sewaddle - Viridian Forest
  • Swadloon - Route 14
  • Leavanny - Route 18
  • Venipede - Route 8
  • Whirlipede - Route 14
  • Dwebble - Rock Tunnel
  • Karrablast - Route 24
  • Joltik - Viridian Forest
  • Galvantula - Route 15
  • Shelmet - Route 9
  • Durant - Rock Tunnel and Route 14
  • Larvesta - Celadon City
  • Scatterbug - Viridian Forest
  • Grubbin - Viridian Forest
  • Charjabug - Route 14
  • Vikavolt - Power Plant
  • Cutiefly - Pewter City and Route 7
  • Dewpider - Route 25, Route 9, Safari Zone and Route 13
  • Araquanid - Safari Zone
  • Wimpod - Route 12 and Safari Zone
  • Golisopod - Safari Zone and Route 14
  • Blipbug - Viridian Forest
  • Sizzlipede - Route 6
  • Snom - Viridian Forest
  • Frosmoth - Seafoam Islands

54 Flying Pokémon encounters

  • Pidgey - Route 1
  • Pidgeot - Route 12
  • Spearow - Route 22 and Route 3
  • Fearow - Route 23
  • Zubat - Mt. Moon and Rock Tunnel
  • Golbat - Seafoam Islands, Route 23, Victory Road and Cerulean Cave
  • Farfetch’d - Route 24
  • Doduo - Route 25
  • Dodrio - Route 16
  • Scyther - Safari Zone
  • Gyarados - Route 25, Route 6, Vermillion City, Route 12, Fuschia City, Seafoam Islands, Route 23 and Cerulean Cave
  • Hoothoot - Route 1
  • Ledyba - Viridian Forest
  • Xatu - Route 18
  • Hoppip - Route 2
  • Yanma - Route 4 and Safari Zone
  • Murkrow - Route 25
  • Gligar - Diglett's Cave
  • Delibird - Seafoam Islands
  • Mantine - Route 19, Cinnabar Island and Route 21
  • Skarmory - Route 17 and Safari Zone
  • Taillow - Route 25
  • Wingull - Route 2 and Route 10
  • Pelipper - Vermillion City and Route 14
  • Swablu - Route 25
  • Altaria - Route 18
  • Tropius - Route 9
  • Starly - Route 1 and Viridian City
  • Staraptor - Route 23
  • Combee - Viridian Forest
  • Vespiquen - Safari Zone
  • Drifloon - Route 5 and Route 12
  • Drifblim - Route 12
  • Chatot - Celadon City
  • Mantyke - Route 22, Safari Zone and Route 13
  • Pidove - Route 4
  • Woobat - Mt. Moon
  • Swoobat - Cerulean Cave
  • Sigilyph - Route 11 and Route 15
  • Archen - Celadon City
  • Ducklett - Route 11
  • Emolga - Route 10
  • Rufflet - Route 7
  • Vullaby - Route 7
  • Hawlucha - Route 16 and Safari Zone
  • Noibat - Mt. Moon and Diglett's Cave
  • Noivern - Cerulean Cave
  • Rowlet - Celadon City
  • Pikipek - Route 22
  • Oricorio - Route 18 and Route 15
  • Minior - Rock Tunnel
  • Rookidee - Route 22
  • Corvisquire - Route 9
  • Cramorant - Cinnabar Island and Route 21

55 Grass Pokémon encounters

  • Bulbasaur - Starter and Route 12
  • Oddish - Route 2 and Route 4
  • Paras - Mt. Moon
  • Parasect - Cerulean Cave
  • Bellsprout - Route 4
  • Weepinbell - Route 21
  • Victreebel - Route 21
  • Exeggcute - Pewter City and Route 9
  • Chikorita - Celadon City
  • Hoppip - Route 2
  • Sunkern - Route 6
  • Treecko - Saffron City
  • Lotad - Pewter City
  • Lombre - Route 8
  • Seedot - Route 1
  • Nuzleaf - Route 13
  • Shroomish - Viridian Forest and Route 3
  • Roselia - Route 13
  • Cacnea - Route 11
  • Lileep - Celadon City
  • Tropius - Route 9
  • Turtwig - Celadon City
  • Budew - Route 1 and Route 22
  • Cherubi - Route 6
  • Carnivine - Cerulean City
  • Snover - Viridian City, Pewter City and Seafoam Islands
  • Abomasnow - Route 18 and Seafoam Islands
  • Tangrowth - Route 13
  • Snivy - Celadon City
  • Pansage - Route 2
  • Simisage - Route 13 and Route 23
  • Sewaddle - Viridian Forest
  • Swadloon - Route 14
  • Leavanny - Route 18
  • Cottonee - Route 24
  • Petilil - Route 24
  • Maractus - Route 11
  • Deerling - Route 22 and Route 7
  • Amoonguss - Route 15 and Cerulean Cave
  • Ferroseed - Rock Tunnel
  • Ferrothorn - Route 15
  • Chespin - Celadon City
  • Skiddo - Route 22 and Route 3
  • Phantump - Route 4
  • Pumpkaboo - Viridian Forest and Route 4
  • Rowlet - Celadon City
  • Lurantis - Route 13
  • Morelull - Viridian City and Route 5
  • Shiinotic - Cerulean Cave
  • Bounsweet - Route 6
  • Tsareena - Route 15
  • Dhelmise - Safari Zone
  • Grookey - Celadon City
  • Gossifleur - Route 6
  • Applin - Pewter City and Route 7

73 Normal Pokémon encounters

  • Pidgey - Route 1
  • Pidgeot - Route 12
  • Rattata - Route 1
  • Rattata-Alola - Route 1
  • Raticate - Pokémon Mansion
  • Raticate-Alola - Pokémon Mansion
  • Spearow - Route 22 and Route 3
  • Fearow - Route 23
  • Jigglypuff - Route 3
  • Meowth - Pewter City, Route 3 and Route 5
  • Farfetch’d - Route 24
  • Doduo - Route 25
  • Dodrio - Route 16
  • Lickitung - Route 6
  • Chansey - Safari Zone
  • Kangaskhan - Safari Zone
  • Tauros - Safari Zone
  • Ditto - Route 15
  • Eevee - Route 18
  • Porygon - Route 7 and Safari Zone
  • Sentret - Route 1 and Viridian City
  • Hoothoot - Route 1
  • Aipom - Route 25
  • Girafarig - Route 8
  • Dunsparce - Mt. Moon
  • Teddiursa - Mt. Moon
  • Stantler - Route 8
  • Smeargle - Safari Zone
  • Miltank - Route 8 and Route 13
  • Zigzagoon - Route 1
  • Zigzagoon-Galar - Route 1
  • Taillow - Route 25
  • Slakoth - Route 25
  • Vigoroth - Route 18
  • Whismur - Mt. Moon and Route 24
  • Skitty - Route 10
  • Spinda - Safari Zone
  • Swablu - Route 25
  • Zangoose - Route 25 and Route 13
  • Castform - Safari Zone
  • Kecleon - Safari Zone
  • Starly - Route 1 and Viridian City
  • Staraptor - Route 23
  • Bidoof - Route 1
  • Ambipom - Route 15
  • Buneary - Route 4
  • Lopunny - Cerulean Cave
  • Glameow - Route 3 and Route 4
  • Chatot - Celadon City
  • Patrat - Route 2
  • Lillipup - Route 1
  • Pidove - Route 4
  • Audino - Route 25, Route 16, Route 17, Pokémon Mansion, Victory Road and Cerulean Cave
  • Minccino - Route 8
  • Deerling - Route 22 and Route 7
  • Bouffalant - Safari Zone
  • Rufflet - Route 7
  • Bunnelby - Route 11
  • Litleo - Route 2
  • Furfrou - Route 6
  • Helioptile - Route 10
  • Pikipek - Route 22
  • Yungoos - Route 22 and Pewter City
  • Stufful - Route 11
  • Bewear - Pokémon Mansion
  • Oranguru - Route 7
  • Type: Null - Cerulean Cave
  • Komala - Route 6 and Pokémon Mansion
  • Drampa - Route 17
  • Skwovet - Route 2
  • Wooloo - Route 22
  • Obstagoon - Pokémon Mansion
  • Indeedee - Route 9

96 Water Pokémon encounters

  • Squirtle - Starter and Vermillion City
  • Psyduck - Route 22, Route 25, Route 6, Celadon City, Fuschia City and Route 23
  • Golduck - Route 24, Cerulean City, Route 12, Safari Zone, Seafoam Islands and Cerulean Cave
  • Poliwag - Route 25, Cerulean City, Celadon City, Fuschia City, Safari Zone, Route 13 and Route 23
  • Poliwhirl - Route 25, Route 6, Celadon City, Route 23 and Cerulean Cave
  • Poliwrath - Cerulean Cave
  • Tentacool - Pallet Town, Vermillion City, Route 10, Route 12 and Route 13
  • Tentacruel - Pallet Town, Vermillion City, Route 20, Cinnabar Island and Route 21
  • Slowpoke - Route 6, Fuschia City and Route 19
  • Slowbro - Seafoam Islands and Cerulean Cave
  • Dewgong - Seafoam Islands
  • Shellder - Route 6, Vermillion City, Seafoam Islands, Cinnabar Island and Route 21
  • Krabby - Vermillion City, Route 12, Safari Zone, Seafoam Islands, Cinnabar Island, Route 21 and Cerulean Cave
  • Kingler - Safari Zone, Seafoam Islands, Route 21 and Cerulean Cave
  • Horsea - Route 24, Vermillion City, Safari Zone and Route 19
  • Seadra - Vermillion City, Route 10, Route 12, Safari Zone, Route 20 and Seafoam Islands
  • Goldeen - Route 22, Route 25, Vermillion City, Fuschia City, Seafoam Islands and Route 23
  • Seaking - Fuschia City and Safari Zone
  • Staryu - Cerulean Cave
  • Starmie - Safari Zone
  • Magikarp - Route 24, Route 25, Route 6, Vermillion City, Route 10, Route 12, Celadon City, Fuschia City, Safari Zone, Route 13, Route 19, Route 20, Seafoam Islands, Cinnabar Island, Route 21, Route 23 and Cerulean Cave
  • Gyarados - Route 25, Route 6, Vermillion City, Route 12, Fuschia City, Seafoam Islands, Route 23 and Cerulean Cave
  • Lapras - Saffron City
  • Omanyte - Celadon City
  • Kabuto - Celadon City
  • Totodile - Celadon City
  • Chinchou - Route 25 and Route 20
  • Lanturn - Safari Zone and Route 20
  • Marill - Viridian City and Route 25
  • Wooper - Diglett's Cave
  • Slowking - Seafoam Islands
  • Qwilfish - Pallet Town, Route 6, Safari Zone, Route 20, Cinnabar Island and Route 21
  • Corsola - Safari Zone, Cinnabar Island and Route 21
  • Remoraid - Cerulean City, Route 10, Route 12, Safari Zone, Route 19 and Seafoam Islands
  • Octillery - Route 24, Cerulean City, Cinnabar Island and Route 21
  • Mantine - Route 19, Cinnabar Island and Route 21
  • Mudkip - Saffron City
  • Lotad - Pewter City
  • Lombre - Route 8
  • Wingull - Route 2 and Route 10
  • Pelipper - Vermillion City and Route 14
  • Surskit - Viridian Forest
  • Carvanha - Pallet Town, Route 13, Seafoam Islands and Cerulean Cave
  • Sharpedo - Route 24, Cerulean City, Safari Zone, Route 20, Seafoam Islands, Cinnabar Island, Route 21 and Cerulean Cave
  • Wailmer - Route 24, Cerulean City, Safari Zone and Route 20
  • Wailord - Route 22 and Route 20
  • Barboach - Pallet Town and Route 10
  • Whiscash - Pallet Town, Route 10 and Route 19
  • Corphish - Route 22 and Cerulean Cave
  • Crawdaunt - Safari Zone, Route 13, Route 19, Seafoam Islands and Cerulean Cave
  • Feebas - Safari Zone and Cerulean Cave
  • Milotic - Safari Zone and Cerulean Cave
  • Spheal - Seafoam Islands
  • Walrein - Seafoam Islands
  • Clamperl - Pallet Town, Route 13 and Route 19
  • Huntail - Safari Zone
  • Gorebyss - Safari Zone
  • Relicanth - Safari Zone, Cinnabar Island and Route 21
  • Luvdisc - Pallet Town, Route 22, Route 24, Cerulean City and Vermillion City
  • Piplup - Celadon City
  • Buizel - Route 25 and Route 13
  • Floatzel - Safari Zone
  • Shellos - Diglett's Cave
  • Finneon - Pallet Town and Route 12
  • Lumineon - Safari Zone, Route 19, Cinnabar Island and Route 21
  • Mantyke - Route 22, Safari Zone and Route 13
  • Oshawott - Celadon City
  • Panpour - Route 1 and Route 15
  • Simipour - Route 15 and Route 23
  • Tympole - Mt. Moon
  • Seismitoad - Safari Zone and Cerulean Cave
  • Basculin - Route 22, Route 10, Safari Zone, Route 19 and Route 20
  • Tirtouga - Celadon City
  • Ducklett - Route 11
  • Frillish - Safari Zone
  • Jellicent - Safari Zone, Route 19 and Route 21
  • Alomomola - Vermillion City and Safari Zone
  • Froakie - Cerulean City
  • Binacle - Safari Zone
  • Skrelp - Safari Zone
  • Clawitzer - Route 19 and Route 20
  • Popplio - Celadon City
  • Wishiwashi - Route 24 and Cerulean City
  • Mareanie - Route 22, Celadon City, Safari Zone, Route 13, Seafoam Islands and Cerulean Cave
  • Toxapex - Safari Zone and Cerulean Cave
  • Dewpider - Route 25, Route 9, Safari Zone and Route 13
  • Araquanid - Safari Zone
  • Wimpod - Route 12 and Safari Zone
  • Golisopod - Safari Zone and Route 14
  • Pyukumuku - Safari Zone and Cerulean Cave
  • Bruxish - Route 12, Safari Zone and Route 20
  • Sobble - Celadon City
  • Chewtle - Mt. Moon
  • Cramorant - Cinnabar Island and Route 21
  • Arrokuda - Celadon City and Safari Zone
  • Barraskewda - Route 21

17Dragon Pokémon

DRAGON

27Steel Pokémon

STEEL

28Ice Pokémon

ICE

28Fairy Pokémon

FAIRY

31Fighting Pokémon

FIGHTING

31Ghost Pokémon

GHOST

35Electric Pokémon

ELECTRIC

36Fire Pokémon

FIRE

36Rock Pokémon

ROCK

37Dark Pokémon

DARK

44Ground Pokémon

GROUND

47Poison Pokémon

POISON

49Psychic Pokémon

PSYCHIC

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51Bug Pokémon

BUG

54Flying Pokémon

FLYING

55Grass Pokémon

GRASS

73Normal Pokémon

NORMAL

96Water Pokémon

WATER

Radical Red Boss Battles

In order to complete a Radical Red Nuzlocke and become the Champion, you will need to win 44 Boss battles throughout the Kanto region - ranging from bickering Rival & Evil team fights, to Gym Leaders & ultimately the Elite Four.

These can be a challenge, especially when your dear nicknamed nuzlocke mons are at risk. So below we've listed detailed overviews of all these fights! Giving you all the information you'll need to face everything from Gary's Squirtle to Lance (Team B)'s Salamence.

8 Gym Leader fights

9 Elite Four fights

10 Rival fights

6 Evil Team fights

11 Other fights

Select your starter type

Like all Pokémon games, you will have to select a starter. The type will update some of the boss teams to match. For example, if your starter was a grass type Gary might have a fire type to take advantage!

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Gym Leader fights

  • - Pewter City Gym

    has a team of 0, made up of a level undefined undefined. The level cap for this fight is level null.

  • - Cerulean City Gym

    has a team of 0, made up of a level undefined undefined. The level cap for this fight is level null.

  • - Vermillion City Gym

    has a team of 0, made up of a level undefined undefined. The level cap for this fight is level null.

  • - Celadon City Gym

    has a team of 0, made up of a level undefined undefined. The level cap for this fight is level null.

  • - Saffron City Gym

    has a team of 0, made up of a level undefined undefined. The level cap for this fight is level null.

  • - Fuschia City Gym

    has a team of 0, made up of a level undefined undefined. The level cap for this fight is level null.

  • - Cinnabar Island Gym

    has a team of 0, made up of a level undefined undefined. The level cap for this fight is level null.

  • - Viridian City Gym

    has a team of 0, made up of a level undefined undefined. The level cap for this fight is level null.

Elite Four fights

  • - Indigo Plateau

    has a team of 0, made up of a level undefined undefined. The level cap for this fight is level null.

  • - Indigo Plateau

    has a team of 0, made up of a level undefined undefined. The level cap for this fight is level null.

  • - Indigo Plateau

    has a team of 0, made up of a level undefined undefined. The level cap for this fight is level null.

  • - Indigo Plateau

    has a team of 0, made up of a level undefined undefined. The level cap for this fight is level null.

  • - Indigo Plateau

    has a team of 0, made up of a level undefined undefined. The level cap for this fight is level null.

  • - Indigo Plateau

    has a team of 0, made up of a level undefined undefined. The level cap for this fight is level null.

  • - Indigo Plateau

    has a team of 0, made up of a level undefined undefined. The level cap for this fight is level null.

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  • - Indigo Plateau

    has a team of 0, made up of a level undefined undefined. The level cap for this fight is level null.

  • - Champion

    has a team of 0, made up of a level undefined undefined. The level cap for this fight is level null.

Rival fights

  • - Oak's Laboratory

    has a team of 0, made up of a level undefined undefined. The level cap for this fight is level null.

  • - Route 1

    has a team of 0, made up of a level undefined undefined. The level cap for this fight is level null.

  • - Virdian Forest

    has a team of 0, made up of a level undefined undefined. The level cap for this fight is level null.

  • - Route 24

    has a team of 0, made up of a level undefined undefined. The level cap for this fight is level null.

  • - Diglett's Cave

    has a team of 0, made up of a level undefined undefined. The level cap for this fight is level null.

  • - Silph Co. Rival

    has a team of 0, made up of a level undefined undefined. The level cap for this fight is level null.

  • - Safari Zone

    has a team of 0, made up of a level undefined undefined. The level cap for this fight is level null.

  • - Pokémon Mansion Entrance

    has a team of 0, made up of a level undefined undefined. The level cap for this fight is level null.

  • - Route 22

    has a team of 0, made up of a level undefined undefined. The level cap for this fight is level null.

  • - Indigo Plateau

    has a team of 0, made up of a level undefined undefined. The level cap for this fight is level null.

Evil Team fights

  • - Mt. Moon

    has a team of 0, made up of a level undefined undefined. The level cap for this fight is level null.

  • - Celadon City Game Corner

    has a team of 0, made up of a level undefined undefined. The level cap for this fight is level null.

  • - Silph Co.

    has a team of 0, made up of a level undefined undefined. The level cap for this fight is level null.

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  • - Cerulean Cave

    has a team of 0, made up of a level undefined undefined. The level cap for this fight is level null.

  • - Cerulean Cave

    has a team of 0, made up of a level undefined undefined. The level cap for this fight is level null.

  • - Cerulean Cave

    has a team of 0, made up of a level undefined undefined. The level cap for this fight is level null.

Other fights

  • - Pewter City Museum

    has a team of 0, made up of a level undefined undefined. The level cap for this fight is level null.

  • - Bill's House

    has a team of 0, made up of a level undefined undefined. The level cap for this fight is level null.

  • - Route 11

    has a team of 0, made up of a level undefined undefined. The level cap for this fight is level null.

  • - Lavender Town

    has a team of 0, made up of a level undefined undefined. The level cap for this fight is level null.

  • - Saffron City Dojo

    has a team of 0, made up of a level undefined undefined. The level cap for this fight is level null.

  • - Seafoam Islands

    has a team of 0, made up of a level undefined undefined. The level cap for this fight is level null.

  • - Seafoam Islands

    has a team of 0, made up of a level undefined undefined. The level cap for this fight is level null.

  • - Seafoam Islands

    has a team of 0, made up of a level undefined undefined. The level cap for this fight is level null.

  • - Cinnabar Island

    has a team of 0, made up of a level undefined undefined. The level cap for this fight is level null.

  • - Cinnabar Island

    has a team of 0, made up of a level undefined undefined. The level cap for this fight is level null.

  • - Cinnabar Island

    has a team of 0, made up of a level undefined undefined. The level cap for this fight is level null.

Now that you're ready to take on the Pokémon Radical Red Nuzlocke Challenge, why not keep track of all your encounters with the Nuzlocke Tracker?

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FAQs

Is radical Red impossible to Nuzlocke? ›

The difficulty spike in Pokemon Radical Red is pretty significant; not that the originals weren't tough too, but Radical Red can be especially hard for players who are used to the regular games and/or have never played a Nuzlocke (permadeath) run before.

Can you heal in Nuzlockes? ›

Potions and status-healing items may not be used, so the player may only use Pokémon Centers for healing. Or, Pokémon Centers may not be used, meaning only Potions and items may be used for healing.

How do I get better at Pokemon Nuzlocke? ›

Challenge. Number two don't overthink. Things this is probably the most important lesson as it can

Who created radical Red? ›

Obviously, one of the more popular Pokémon ROM hacks is Radical Red, a game created by Eric “Soupacell” Huang that defies everything you've come to know about traditional Pokémon games.

What emulator does radical Red use? ›

Players can visit romspure.cc and download the hack itself. All they have to do then is have their emulator ready and start. ROMspure.cc is safe and players should not have any trouble with the Radical Red ROM they download from there.

Can you breed in a Nuzlocke? ›

While it's not technically against the rules to breed Pokémon during a Nuzlocke run, many players feel that this cheapens the experience. The No Breeding Clause is rather self-explanatory. A player cannot breed Pokémon during their run, because doing so allows an infinite number of Pokémon.

Is Ditto good for Nuzlocke? ›

Ditto can rarely win in a mirror match due to its poor health and the non-mirror matches require support to make them happen when it would be easier and safer to just use a better Pokemon. Honestly, Ditto tends to be more a liability than an asset, and that just won't do in a Nuzlocke.

Is trading allowed in Nuzlocke? ›

Thanks. Some people consider the trade itself to count as your one new pokemon per area. So it is perfectly allowed (it's your Nuzlocke so the allowed-ness is up to you anyway) but many people would then say you can't get anything else in Violet City.

What is Nuzlocking? ›

A Nuzlocke is a playthrough of a Pokémon game with several self-imposed rules. The standard Nuzlocke rules are: Only the first Pokémon on any route can be caught. If that Pokémon is knocked out or it runs away etc., then no further Pokémon will be caught on that route.

What do you do if you lose a Nuzlocke? ›

If you perform a Nuzlocke run, you don't get second chances. If a Pokemon faints, you treat it as permadead and can't use it again. Thus, you need to adopt new approaches to make sure your team survives, as well as thrives.

What is the best Pokémon game to Nuzlocke? ›

Pokémon Sapphire/Ruby

Ruby and Sapphire make great entry-level Nuzlocke games for long-time Pokémon fans. In fact, Ruby was the first game to be Nucklocked. These titles aren't too difficult, but they still feature a lot of the core gameplay challenges that make Nuzlocks hard but fun.

Is radical Red hardest? ›

Pokémon ROM hacks are Pokémon games that have been altered by fans. There are dozens of Pokémon ROM hacks on the internet, but there is only one that's been understood as the most challenging hack: Pokémon Radical Red.

Why is Pokemon radical Red good? ›

All in all, Pokémon Radical Red is one of the best ROM hacks out there. The game does not try to do anything fancy by reimagining the flawless story of the original but adds new gameplay features that elevate the game and its current mechanics.

How many regions are in radical Red? ›

Radical Red Encounters

Pokémon Radical Red has 46 different encounter locations with 533 different Pokémon available as wild encounters.

How many Pokemon are there? ›

We counted every generation of Pokémon, including Arceus. As of June 2022, there are 905 Pokémon spread across eight generations.

Who made Pokemon clover? ›

Pokémon Clover is a rom-hack of Pokémon Firered made by 4chan's /vp/ board but unlike Sage, it's more of a joke hack incorporating many internet memes, as well as racial stereotypes.

What is the hardest Pokémon game to Nuzlocke? ›

For those who want a fierce challenge, Pokémon Platinum is considered by many to be the most difficult Nuzlocke challenge in the series.

What is an Egglocke? ›

The Egglocke is a variant of the Nuzlocke challenge. It follows standard Nuzlocke rules, with one major addition, which is that caught Pokémon are replaced as soon as possible by eggs, containing a Pokémon unknown to the player.

Are static encounters allowed in Nuzlockes? ›

If there's a static encounter in the area, the player is allowed to capture them despite already capturing a Pokémon in that area. Shiny Pokémon also do not apply to this rule.

Why is it called Nuzlocke? ›

The name of the run, the “Nuzlocke” run, is derived from the character Ruby's first caught Pokemon, Seedot (Nuzleaf), and the character John Locke from Lost, which inspired many of the comic's jokes. Over time, players have added their own twists and restrictions on the Nuzlocke Run.

How many Pokemon can you get in a Nuzlocke? ›

You may only catch one Pokémon per Route/Area (includes obtaining from other trainers). You may not buy healing items, and can only use the items you collect on the road. You can buy items that don't heal your Pokémon in any way, like Escape Ropes, Repels and TM's.

Can you trade Pokemon with NPCS in a Nuzlocke? ›

Yes. In my opinion: Even if you have already caught a Pokemon in the City where the trade is. The Pokemon isn't your "City Encounter" it's replacing your "Route Encounter" where you caught it. Yes, so long as the pokemon you get is something you haven't caught yet and the pokemon you give is still alive.

How do you survive a Nuzlocke? ›

Those who are giving their first go at this difficult mode should know a few extra tips before they get started.
  1. 10 Make Sure You're Familiar With The Original Nuzlocke Rules.
  2. 11 Make Your Own Rules. ...
  3. 12 Research Your Opponents. ...
  4. 13 Save Constantly. ...
  5. 14 Turn Off Battle Effects. ...
  6. 15 Choose Your Starter Carefully. ...
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Are Nuzlockes hard? ›

They can be quite difficult. Some Nuzlocke challenges can be fairly easy, however there are parts in some games that can make a man go insane. Certain games can take up to 20 or more attempts to beat.

Why is Encore good Nuzlocke? ›

Use Encore: We've already discussed the value of non-damaging moves, but Encore is so useful that it gets its own section. Encore allows you to lock an opponent into their last used move, forcing them to use only that move for the next 2-6 turns.

How do you do a sun Nuzlocke? ›

In order to complete a Sun Nuzlocke and become the Champion, you will need to win 37 Boss battles throughout the Alola region - ranging from bickering Rival & Evil team fights, to Gym Leaders & ultimately the Elite Four. These can be a challenge, especially when your dear nicknamed nuzlocke mons are at risk.

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