Fortulose Manor is an old and mostly abandoned mansion which is accessible deep on Route 9. Inside the manor, candles have a small chance to turn purple randomly, allowing players to encounter the Candle Pokémon Litwick upon clicking. The player also has a chance to capture the special Pokémon Rotom.
Start in the music room at the very end of the bottom left hallway. There are instruments and a jukebox inside. If the player clicks the flashing jukebox, he or she will start a chase with Rotom. The player will have to go back and forth through the manor exploring every room looking for electronic devices Rotom has possessed. Access 1/F by opening the red book in the bedroom, then clicking the green button, which sucks the player into the wardrobe and spits them out in an identical room on 1/F. The player can go back to G/F by walking down the broken stairs and falling down or through a hole in the railing. 2/F is accessible through the rightmost door on 1/F, where the player then climbs up the slope on the balcony.
At the end, the player will find Rotom inside a Game Boy on 1/F where the player is spit out from the wardrobe. It is strongly recommended that the player should save immediately and turn off Autosave before clicking on the console. When the player clicks it, the player will see the same electric effect above it, but then it shocks the player and he or she is sent into the Game Boy, spawning at Lavender Town, Kanto. The graphics will change to that in one of the very first core series games — Pokémon Yellow, with Starter Pokémon Pikachu following the player, who has respawned as Pokémon Master Red.
The player is forced to walk right and go inside the Pokémon Tower, as trying to go elsewhere will only lead to an endless path. When the player tries to enter the tower, a fight will automatically start with Rotom inside the Game Boy. Pikachu is sent into battle, but apart from Thunder, every move has no PP left, so the player is forced to use Thunder on Rotom. Player will then be taken out of the Game Boy and get to battle Rotom for real, where the Plasma Pokémon can now actually be caught.
Note: Rarity levels are estimations according to this scale and might be subject to changes due to different encounter assessment results. If there are any Pokémon with low catch rates, the possibility to flee or requirement of gaining happiness to evolve, recommended Poké Balls for that Pokémon will be shown with the corresponding bag sprite under the Pokémon's name.
|Grass Patches||Tall Grass||Lv. 20-23|
|Golett||Very Rare||1 Atk|
|Fishing||Old Rod||Lv. 10|
|Fishing||Good Rod||Lv. 20|
|Duskull||Uncommon||1 Sp. Def|
||Rare||None||1 Sp. Def|
|Honedge||Very Rare||None||1 Def|
|Candles||Purple Candles||Lv. 20-23|
|Litwick||Rare||None||1 Sp. Atk|
|Click on the Pokémon names to check their learnsets on Bulbapedia. All Pokémon follow their movesets in Pokémon Sun and Moon. Hover on the item sprites to check the exact chance of being held by the Wild Pokémon. All information above only applies to the Normal Adventure Mode.|
Warning: Players can only battle the following Pokémon once! Save beforehand and turn off Autosave.
|Requires checking all household appliances and sending Rotom into the Game Boy|
|Lv. 25||One Only||None||1 Sp. Atk|
|If attempts of catching the above Pokémon failed, immediately leave the game and rejoin without saving, in order to secure a second chance.
Click on the Pokémon names to check their learnsets on Bulbapedia. All Pokémon above follow their movesets in Pokémon Sun and Moon. Hover on the item sprites to check the exact chance of being held by the Set Encounter Pokémon.
|Dusk Ball||G/F||On the balcony accessible from the right door.|
|Metronome||G/F||Next to the piano in the music room.|
|1/F||Room with a rocking chair and fireplace, next to the bedroom with Game Boy. Initially invisible, but eventually appears on the rocking chair.|
|Dusk Stone||2/F||In the top left corner of the attic; left of the keg rack.|
|There was no change to the above items between any of the updates.|
- Everything inside the gate linking Route 9 to this ominous area is smashed and destroyed, and the gate is abandoned, with no one left to guard it.
- When the player enters the Mansion, there is a chance of seeing Gastly or Haunter peeking out of the mirror, although neither are available for battle in this area.
- In the update on 14th July, 2016, the soundtracks of Fortulose Manor have been updated with original compositions by Kyle Allen Music, in addition to an aesthetic change that added a purple fog surrounding the mansion, contributing to the eerie atmosphere.
- An Odd Keystone is seen hanging on the circular stone plate in front of the mansion, out of reach for the player.