- Main article: Silvent Gym
The Silvent Gym is an Gym Leader Chad, who is the DJ of the party. After defeating him, the Arc Badge and TM57 Charge Beam are awarded. The player also receives the Recreational Teleportation Device (abbreviated as the RTD) from Rival Jake upon victory prior to leaving the gym.-type Gym and has a party taking place inside when the player enters it. The player has to walk on 2 sets of dance pads without stepping on the same panel twice in order to pass and battle
There is a house in Silvent City where the player would have received a free Shiny Eevee from the old man inside if he or she paid for early access to the game. The house is opposite the staircase leading to Pokémon Centre. As of 22nd October, 2016, the reward has been terminated as the game is now free to access. However, months later, the old man inside has started giving out normal Eevee from 9th March, 2017 onward for any player who has joined the official Roblox Pokémon Brick Bronze Group.
Trick Room House
The house next to the Pokémon Centre contains TM92 Trick Room, but to obtain the TM, the player must figure out a way to access the secret room inside the house. The room is hidden above a set of shelves which the player has to climb.
There is a strange cellar located on the outermost edge of Silvent City. It is surrounded by barbed wire fences, and the door is locked, making it inaccessible at the present time.
In the Pokémon Centre, a man says that the PC is not working properly and may need an upgrade. If the player boots up the PC, and there will be a pink mark in the background of the PC Storage Box that scrolls along with the wallpaper. When the player clicks on it, Porygon will promptly battle the player. Note that Porygon can be fought only once, so save beforehand and turn off Autosave. Also, Porygon cannot be encountered on a mobile device, so it must be done on a PC or Mac.
Warning: Players can only receive the following Pokémon once. Save beforehand. Requires membership in the official Roblox Pokémon Brick Bronze Group.
Warning: Players can only battle the following Pokémon once! Save beforehand and turn off Autosave.
|Porygon||Lv. 5||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.
|Trainer: Bouncer David Reward: $352|
|Electrike||Lv. 11||Static||None||139||1 Speed|
|Trainer: Bouncer Jed Reward: $320|
|Electrike||Lv. 10||Static||None||126||1 Speed|
|Mareep||Lv. 10||Static||None||120||1 Sp. Atk|
|Trainer: Gym Leader Chad Reward: $2240, Arc Badge, TM57|
|Shinx♂||Lv. 13||Intimidate||None||136||1 Atk|
|Attacks: Tackle, Charge Beam, Charge|
|Pikachu♂||Lv. 14||Static||None||292||2 Speed|
|Attacks: Charge Beam, Quick Attack, Thunder Wave|
|Some of the rewards, Pokémon Levels and EXP Points in the above matches have been modified during certain updates. Please check the trivia section for details. All information above only applies to the Normal Adventure Mode.|
|Dusk Ball||Behind the house that is on the left to the Pokémon Centre. Go to the left and behind the building to get it.|
|In the house that is on the right to the Pokémon Centre. Climb up the shelf next to the fridge and go through the wall to access the hidden room.|
|Arc Badge||Given by Gym Leader Chad upon victory.|
|Requires Arc Badge|
|Recreational Teleportation Device||Obtained from Rival Jake when leaving Silvent Gym.|
|There was no change to the above items between any of the updates.|
- Silvent Gym Leader Chad is based on ChadTheCreator, who created Club Boates and After The Flash. The Gym is constructed in a similar theme to Club Boats.
- Leader Chad gave only 2080 dollars before the free access update. His Shinx and Pikachu were also 1 level lower.
- Due to a character model error, Chad has dirty blonde hair when talking, but instead has black hair during the battle.
- The music in Silvent City was based on Fallarbor Town, Hoenn from the core series game Pokémon Ruby, Sapphire and Emerald, until the version 0.7.3 update on 13th July, 2016, where the soundtrack has been replaced with an original composition by Kyle Allen Music.
- "Silvent" most likely comes from the word "silver", a metal that has high electric conductivity, and "current", as in electrical current.