Navel Rock is a secret island in “Pokemon: Fire Red” that can only be accessed with the MysticTicket item. This island is noted for being the only place in the game where you can capture two legendary Pokemon. This island is home to a level 70 Ho-oh and a level 70 Lugia. Players only get one chance to fight and potentially capture each of these Pokemon.
Things You'll Need
Go to Vermillion City in “Pokemon: Fire Red.” This is the only dock that allows you to travel to Navel Rock.
Talk to the sailor next to the ship on the docks. He will tell you that you can go to Navel Rock the first time you talk to him with the MysticTicket in your inventory.
Talk to the sailor again. A list of possible destinations will appear.
Select to go to “Navel Rock” from the list. The boat will immediately take you to Navel Rock once you make your selection.
Tips & Warnings
- The MysticTicket is a promotional item that was given out to players that attended official Nintendo Pokemon events around when “Pokemon: Fire Red” was released. The only other way to get the MysticTicket is to use an Action Replay to give yourself this item. This could potentially cause issues to arise in your game, which is always a potential when using a cheat device to alter game memory.
- Lugia and Ho-oh on Navel Rock are both difficult Pokemon to capture. It is a good idea to take a full team of level 70+ Pokemon, healing items, and pokeballs with you. It is a good idea to take too many supplies to these encounters than too few.
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