• Cedar Town Gym in Godra Remastered
  • Cedar Town Gym
  • Cedar gym interior
  • East Godra National Park
  • Very short tutorial to how to be able to move from cedar town to route 20.

Cedar Town is a small burg situated just off of Route 15 to the south, with Route 20 to the west. It is home to a few shops, some older individuals, and the Cedar Town Gym.

Main FeaturesEdit

  • Pokemon Center
  • PokeMart
  • Cedar Town Gym (situated on a hill)
  • East Godra National Park
  • Flower Shop
  • Honey House (Remastered)


  • Water Can - is given to you in the flower shop (right of the National Park) after you beat the Gym, necessary to continue your journey
  • Honey House - You can buy honey from the house next to the western town gate. You can lather honey on the yellow honey trees scattered across East Godra. Each honey tree has two different types of Pokemon that are drawn to it at random. This is the only way to get some types of bug/grass type Poekmon in East Godra. It takes one day for the honey to draw wild Pokemon. In Godra Remastered, you must visit the Honey House after beating the Gym to continue your journey.

East Godra National Park Edit

Wild Pokemon

At Day

  • Jigglypuff Lv.12-18 30%
  • Cherubi lv.14-19 30%
  • Combee Lv.12-17 23%
  • Teddiursa Lv.11-17 15%
  • Pachirisu Lv.18-19 2%

At night:

  • Yanma Lv.12-19 50%
  • Pachirisu Lv.13-20 30% (most are lv18-19)
  • Jigglypuff Lv.18-20 10%
  • Kricketot Lv.16-18 10%

During the Bug Catching Contest

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  • Caterpie Lv.7-18 20%
  • Weedle Lv.7-18 20%
  • Metapod Lv.9-18 10%
  • Kakuna Lv.9-18 10%
  • Paras Lv.10-17 10%
  • Venonat Lv.10-16 10%
  • Butterfree Lv.12-15 5%
  • Beedrill Lv.12-15 5%
  • Pinsir Lv.13-14 5%
  • Heracross Lv.13-14 4%
  • Scyther Lv.13-14 1%

Honey Trees

  • Tree north of Honey House: Cutiefly 50% or Combee 50%
  • Tree to the right of Cedar Town Gym: Heracross 50% or Larvesta 50%
  • Tree near the southern town entrance: Cutiefly 50% or Combee 50%
  • Tree below Pokemon Center: Heracross 50% or Larvesta 50%

Cedar Town GymEdit

Type - The Cedar Town Gym is home to a host of Bug-Type Pokemon.

Gym Battles
Pokemon Trainer Remastered Original Game
Bug Catcher  Arin Heracross Lv. 18, Pinsir Lv. 18 Heracross Lv. 18, Pinsir Lv. 18
Bug Catcher Dane Butterfree Lv. 18, Beedrill Lv. 18 Butterfree Lv. 18, Beedrill Lv. 18
Bug Catcher Yani Ariados Lv. 19 Ariados Lv. 19
Bug Catcher Harvey Yanma Lv. 19 Yanma Lv. 19
Gym Leader Saul

Lv. 20 Shedinja w/ Toxic, Sand Attack, Confuse Ray, Hidden Power

Lv. 20 Charjabug w/ Spark, Bugbite, Bite, Leer

Lv. 20 Scizor w/ Bulletpunch, Furycutter, Pursuit, Doubleteam

Lv. 20 Shedinja, Lv. 20 Scyther, Lv. 20 Scizor

Strategy - Bug-Type Pokemon are weak against several types that you can catch before reaching Cedar Town. Notably, the Taillow you receive through trade in Holly City would be a good choice. Be careful of the types you choose to bring, because Saul's Scyther knows Vaccum Wave (and is a dual Bug/Flying). His Scizor knows Bullet Punch, but any Fire-Type Pokemon could take it out with relative ease. To reach him, you'll have to navigate through the web maze covering the entire gym. Try going to the left after entering, and follow the invisible walls.

Remastered: The Rockruff or Helioptile you can catch on Route 14 helps a lot with this gym. You can also catch a Houndour or Numel on Route 15 at night. Saul's Charjabug knows Spark and is a dual Bug/Electric, so don't use your Flying-type Pokemon on it. Otherwise, the strategy is similar to the original version.

Reward - For beating Saul, you will receive  the Arachnid Badge. He will also reward you with TM54 (False Swipe).

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