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Three Island

Three Isle Port

Three Isle Path


Location Location of Three Isle Port in Sevii Islands.

Pokémon world routes


Bond Bridge

Three Isle Port (Japanese: 3のしまみなと Island 3 Port) is a relatively small area located on Three Island in the Sevii Islands. North of Three Isle Port is Three Island and the Three Isle Path, while south of the port is the Seagallop Ferry dock. There is a cave to the right of the dock that leads to another area where only Dunsparce can be found.


1 Route description

1.1 West segment 1.2 East segment

2 Pokémon 3 Trivia 4 In other languages

Route description West segment The west portion of Three Isle Port is just a pathway or connector to Three Island from the Seagallop Ferry dock. There is a cave entry that leads to Three Isle Path that ends on the eastern side of Three Isle Port. Most of the West segment is made up of sandy ground.

East segment The east portion cannot be accessed until after the player has defeated the Elite Four and has received the National Pokédex, because the Three Isle Path is initially incomplete. After it is finished, the player can go through Three Isle Path and reach the east segment. The east portion seems to be a secluded rock cliff with a small patch of tall grass. Here, the player can find Dunsparce.











5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35


A colored background means that the Pokémon can be found in this location in the specified game. A white background with a colored letter means that the Pokémon cannot be found here.

Trivia Three Isle Port is also the only point in the Sevii Islands that holds the dock for the Seagallop Ferries that is not in a city, aside from Birth Island and Navel Rock, the only islands which lack cities. In other languages





Port Île 3





Porto Terzisola


Latin America

Puerto Isla Tera


Sevii Islands

SettlementsOne Island • Two Island • Three Island • Four Island • Five Island • Six Island • Seven Island

RoutesTreasure Beach • Kindle Road • Cape Brink • Bond Bridge • Three Isle Port • Three Isle Path • Resort Gorgeous • Water LabyrinthFive Isle Meadow • Memorial Pillar • Outcast Island • Green Path • Water Path • Ruin Valley • Trainer Tower • Canyon EntranceSevault Canyon • Tanoby Ruins

LandmarksMt. Ember • Berry Forest • Icefall Cave • Rocket Warehouse • Lost Cave • Altering Cave • Pattern BushDotted Hole • Tanoby Key • Tanoby Chambers • Navel Rock • Birth Island

Access toKanto

This article is part of Project Routes, a Bulbapedia project that aims to write comprehensive articles on every route in the Pokémon world.

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Black GlassesくろいメガネBlack Glasses

Pokémon Global Link artwork

Introduced in Generation II


Generation II


Generation III

Generation IV

Generation V

Items (Held items)

Generation VI

Generation VII




The Black Glasses (Japanese: くろいメガネ Black Glasses), formatted BlackGlasses prior to Generation VI, is a type of held item introduced in Generation II that boosts the power of Dark-type moves.

1 In the core series games

1.1 Price 1.2 Effect

1.2.1 Generations II and III 1.2.2 Generation IV onward

1.3 Description 1.4 Acquisition

2 In other languages 3 External links

In the core series games Price



Sell price



Effect Generations II and III Boosts the power of the holder's Dark-type moves by 10%.

Generation IV onward Boosts the power of the holder's Dark-type moves by 20%.




Powers up dark-type moves. (HOLD)


A hold item that raises the power of Dark-type moves.


An item to be held by a Pokémon. A shady-looking pair of glasses that boosts Dark-type moves.


An item to be held by a Pokémon. It is a shady-looking pair of glasses that boosts Dark-type moves.


An item to be held by a Pokémon. A pair of shady-looking glasses that boost the power of Dark-type moves.


Finite methods

Repeatable methods

Dark Cave


Route 116

Rocket Hideout


The Under Subway


Held by Shadow Carvanha


Celestic TownDay



Desert Resort


Castelia City


Lysandre Labs


Hano Beach

Haina Desert (sometimes dropped after Krokorok ambush encounters), held by wild Krokorok (5% chance)



黑色眼鏡 Hāaksīk Ngáahngeng


黑色眼鏡 / 黑色眼镜 Hēisè Yǎnjìng *黑色的眼鏡 Hēisè-de Yǎnjìng *


Lunet.Noires*Lunettes Noires*




검은안경 Geomeun An-gyeong


Gafas de Sol

External links On Smogon's Itemdex: Generation II Generation III Generation IV Generation V Generation VI Generation VII

This item article is part of Project ItemDex, a Bulbapedia project that aims to write comprehensive articles on all items.

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1 Welcome 2 When you find out an episode title 3 Darren Dunstan 4 Voice Actors 5 Preview Button 6 Voice Actors part 2 7 Tom Wayland as Pansage


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 Thank you, and have a good time editing here!  ♫Green♫ギャラドス♫Talk♫ 22:22, 4 October 2009 (UTC)

When you find out an episode title You need to enter it in all required fields. This means the infobox, the page, and the next or previous title markers. Please remember that next time. Thanks. –ケンジのガール 23:03, 4 October 2009 (UTC)

Darren Dunstan I checked the credits myself on the CN website. The voice actors listed are Kether Donahue, Jason Griffith, Marc Thompson, Tom Wayland, and Tim Werenko. But no Darren Dunstan. Unless you have physical proof that you can show me, then don't add it back. –ケンジのガール 04:17, 12 October 2009 (UTC)

Voice Actors I'm not trying To games for pc be mean here, but do you actually know what your doing when adding voice actors? You've changed the voice actors of multiple characters multiple times, so how is anyone suppose to trust your contributions if you keep changing them? Again, not trying to be mean, I just want the site to have the correct information. –HoennMaster 20:43, 10 February 2010 (UTC)

Preview Button Please make use of the Preview Button when making multiple edits to the same article. Making multiple edits puts a lot of stress on the server. Also, in regards to the voice actors, John Campbell is the name he has been most commonly credited under. I've never seen him credited as Greg Abbey in Pokémon credits. Finally, it's not necessary to list every single character that voice actors have portrayed on the List of English voice actors. In general, we just list the main characters that were voiced by them, and for characters of the day, we usually type “various CODs.” The exception to this is when the only known characters they have played are characters of the day, which is when specific characters are mentioned. Thank you. –PAK Man Talk 05:15, 21 August 2010 (UTC)

Voice Actors part 2 I would really like to know where you get your information from. How do you know that Pete Capella came back to the cast under an alias? Aaron didn't sound anything like Pete Capella to me. And please don't ignore this message like you have the others. –ケンジのガール 02:31, 19 October 2010 (UTC)

Tom Wayland as Pansage Do you have any kind of proof of that? Because Eli James appeared in the credits for episodes 5, 6, 8, and 9 but not 7 were Pansage did not appear. –ケンジのガール 23:08, 12 April 2011 (UTC)

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…. There's a large issue with the template Team Rocket. It's displaying “Team Rocket” instead of Meowth… Fixed it for this article until someone fixes the template.

City This episode shows Ash & friends reaching Cherrygrove City, a place from the games which didn't have a Gym yet it appears in the Johto map (also, at least one trainer during the Johto saga mentions being from this place). Should this be listed as a “major event”? –Johans 20:37, 18 June 2007 (UTC)

At least in the dub, they actually visit some anime-only town, named something like Florando City (stated early on in the episode). Anaphysik 23:17, 13 April 2010 (UTC)

Twister? Forgive me should I be wrong, but didn't the Bellossom use Twister in this episode? Missingno. Master 05:49, 13 December 2007 (UTC)

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