Mt. Shady

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Reason: Japanese name

Mt. Shady
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Mt. Shady Caverns
Region Sinnoh
Debut A Rivalry to Gible On!

Mt. Shady is an anime-exclusive location in the Sinnoh region, found near Lilypad Town. It appeared in A Rivalry to Gible On!.

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The grassy areas of Mt. Shady

Mt. Shady is known for a wild Gible who had a habit of taking out the Pokémon of just about any Trainer who attempted to catch it. The Gible used both Mt. Shady's grassy areas as well as its system of caverns in its attempts to evade being caught. Ash's companion Khoury eventually caught the Gible. There is also a lake where Team Rocket were after Gible, but they were blasted off by a Sharpedo.

Pokémon seen around Mt. Shady

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Sharpedo
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Trapinch
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Diglett (multiple)
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Dugtrio (multiple)
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Onix
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Zubat (multiple)
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Murkrow (multiple)

Caught Pokémon

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Khoury's Gible

In other languages

Language Title
20px German Schattenberg
20px Italian Monte Ombroso
20px Polish Góra Shady
20px Swedish Shady-berget




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Emeragrove TownEterna Historical MuseumGerbera TownGracideaGreenstation TownLake PsyduckLily of the Valley IslandLilypad Town
Lucario KingdomMajolica TownMetagross MountainMichina TownMt. ShadyNeighborly TownPokémon Summer AcademyPokémon Training Center
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