Dome Fossil

Dome Fossil
The Dome Fossil (Japanese: こうらのカセキ - Carapace Fossil) is one of the first fossils introduced to the Pokémon world. It appears in Generation I, the Generation III remakes, Generation IV and Generation V. It is used to revive the Ancient Pokémon Kabuto.

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[edit] Generation I

The Dome Fossil can be found in Mt. Moon. You have the choice to choose either this fossil or the Helix Fossil. In order to revive it you must take it to the laboratory on Cinnabar Island.

A Kabuto can also be obtained in Pokémon Stadium after clearing the Gym Leader Castle (beating the Elite Four and the Rival) as a Prize Pokémon, which is determined at random.

[edit] Generation III

The Dome Fossil can be found at Mt. Moon in Fire Red and Leaf Green, reprising its location in Red, Blue and Yellow. As it was in the First Generation of games, the fossil has to be taken to the laboratory on Cinnabar Island in order to be revived.

[edit] Generation IV

Dome Fossils can start to appear in the Sinnoh Underground in Diamond, Pearl and Platinum after the National Pokédex has been obtained. Take the Dome Fossil to the Mining Museum in Oreburgh City to revive it.

In Heart Gold and Soul Silver, Dome Fossils can be found at the Ruins of Alph by using the field move Rock Smash. The fossil can be revived at the Pewter Museum in Pewter City.

[edit] Generation V

After obtaining the National Pokédex in Black and White, the Dome Fossil is one of the Fossils that can be obtained at random on Twist Mountain. Only one fossil is given out per day, so keep returning to obtain them all!

The Dome Fossil can be taken to the Museum in Nacrene City to revive Kabuto.

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